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Flanders Firefighters Sponsor Blood Drive on Aug. 28

Flanders Firefighters Sponsor Blood Drive on Aug. 28 Donors can help ease blood shortage, win $250 FLANDERS – Flanders firefighters and emergency medical personnel will sponsor a blood drive from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 28 at the Flanders firehouse, 27 Main St., Flanders. Donors will be helping the area address a major blood shortage while supporting the Flanders Fire Company #1 and Rescue Squad. “The Flanders Fire Company #1 and Rescue Squad is all about neighbors helping neighbors,” said Doug Fenichel, president of association that oversees the fire company. “This is another opportunity to do that, and you
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Classroom Success Begins with Breakfast

Classroom Success Begins with Breakfast Nutritious dairy foods give kids an essential boost   (Family Features) Dairy and breakfast go hand in hand. With so many types of milk, cheeses and yogurts available, it’s easy to find breakfast combinations that set the curve for success as the kids head back to school this fall.   Children who eat a morning meal perform better in the classroom and have better overall nutrition. Research shows that kids who eat breakfast have better memory, attention and behavior, and score higher on tests.   In addition to the wide variety of dairy foods that
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Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed Foodstock 2014 is a day long musical event on Saturday August 30th at Horseshoe Lake in Succasunna to benefit the Community Food Bank of NJ and Roxbury Social Services. We need volunteers to help with a variety of tasks throughout the day to collect canned goods, direct cars in the parking lot, assist at a merchandise table for the music artists, and so on. The shifts are 10:30 am – 1:30 pm, 1 – 4 pm, and 4 – 7 pm. All volunteers will receive a commemorative T-shirt. Letters confirming volunteer efforts for the event can be provided
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Part Time HEAD teacher for children ages between 5 and 12

We are seeking for a part time HEAD teacher for children ages between 5 and 12 to help with ALOHA Reading & Writing Program. Need help for minimum two to three days in a week during evening hours between 5-8 PM on weekdays & 10 AM-2 PM on weekends. Ideal candidates would be the teachers who have good experience working with young children and should have good communication skills. Must be patient and understanding. If you are interested, please contact us with your resume and contact information by emailing to flanders@aloha-usa.com
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Olive Middle School Science and Technology Team

Olive Middle School Science and Technology Team Beth Cohen The MOMS team has returned from our five day trip to the 36th annual Technology Student Association National Conference and would like to share some good news. At the conference, our students competed in various STEM events from against teams from throughout the country and have taken home some national titles. We are proud to announce that the students listed below are among the best in the nation. Agriculture and Biotechnology Aash Bhuva and Aum Bhuva – 8th place Challenging Technology Issues Justin Mickus and Varshitha Devagiri – 9th place Construction
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In Awe Foundation

In Awe Foundation is a US Registered 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. In Awe Foundation’s mission is to encourage, engage, and empower individuals affected by abuse and/or addiction to re-build their lives by the implementation of coaching techniques that will inspire action within surrounding communities and become catalysts for change in a multi-cultural society. The foundation was founded in 2011 to help those individuals who have been affected by abuse or addiction. The foundation does this by providing “Enthusiasm in Action through coaching”. This method of coaching works in a one-on-one or intimate group setting. To contact In Awe Foundation for
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Vendors & Crafters Wanted for an Indoor Holiday Bazaar

Vendors & Crafters Wanted for an Indoor Holiday Bazaar   Sat, Oct 18, 2014, 9-4PM At St. Jude’s Church Parish Center Budd Lake, NJ Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Thomas Christopher DeLalla Squires Circle 2192 Single tables $25, doubles $50 For more info contact Tish Rohe at 973-426-9394 or Email: rohesquires@yahoo.com    
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Tree Dedication at Mt Olive Senior Center

Tree Dedication at Mt Olive Senior Center By Lu Cartwright At the Mount Olive Senior Center on June 17, 2014, members of the Senior’s Club gathered to dedicate two Red Maple Leaf Trees in memory of long time members Phil and Grace Ganguzza. Present at the dedication was their son, Joe Ganguzza, who expressed the family’s appreciation for the remembrance of his parents. Joe accepted the plaque in memory of Phil and Grace and the plaque was placed on the wall in the Senior Center. The Senior Club wishes to thank those whose donations made this possible. In addition, our
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Tinc Road Elementary School’s Brownie Troop 5056

Tinc Road Elementary School’s Brownie Troop 5056 raised funds and made charitable donations this year to 11th Hour Rescue in Mt. Olive, The Seeing Eye in Morristown and spruced up the flower beds at Tinc Road School with new flowers! The girls have worked hard to make a positive impact on their community this year!
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The Mount Olive Public Library seeks handcrafters, authors, artists, and food vendors

The Mount Olive Public Library seeks handcrafters, authors, artists, and food vendors Registrations are now being accepted for vendor tables at the Mount Olive Public Library’s 5th Annual FallFest to be held on Saturday, October 11 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This festival will take place on the grounds of the library, located at 202 Flanders-Drakestown Rd in Flanders. Vendors are welcome to sell crafts and other merchandise. For information and registration forms, call Lyn Gebhard at 973-691-8686 ext 115 or email lyn.gebhard@mopl.org. Volunteer and sponsor opportunities are also available. All proceeds from the event will go toward enriching
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