ROXBURY, NJ – Two charity events at Horseshoe Lake on Sunday brought hundreds together for a sunny day of altruism and fun. The 6th Annual Color Fun Run hosted by Roxbury Rotary Club and Roxbury High School’s Interact Club started the day, followed by Vet Fest NJ, a music and food truck festival that raised money to benefit homeless veterans. This year’s recipients of proceeds from the Color Run were Roxbury firefighter and business owner Jeffery Poissant – who is fighting prostate cancer – and the family of Nicole Coleman, a local mother who died from brain cancer last November. Approximately 420 runners raised $10,426 for the two families, according to Interact Club President Courtney Graf. “Seeing everyone show up, it makes you think that people really care,” said Shaday Gibson, Coleman’s daughter. “People are going to be there for you even when you don’t expect it. To see you guys all pull together as a community really means a lot for our family.” Dozens of local business donated shirts, color powder, food and more. Lukoil, Jersey Mike’s, Valley Pharmacy & Surgical Supply Center, Fullerton Grounds Maintenance, Tim Smith and Family, PJ’s Auto Body and I...