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Mount Olive Public Library will host a workshop

The Mount Olive Public Library will host a workshop titled, “Investing 101 – Putting Your Financial Goals Within Reach” on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 6:30pm. During this free and informative workshop, financial advisor Doug Sheroff will discuss avenues that are available to you for investing your money.  Topics to be covered include: •    The basics of stocks, bonds and mutual funds and how they work •    Basic financial terminology •    Common myths within the financial industry •    Investment vehicles such as income, retirement and education savings There will also be a Q & A session so bring any and
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SANTA to visit Flanders Twice

SANTA to visit Flanders Twice United States Marine Corps Reserve & Flanders Fire/Rescue (Main & Railroad Streets) will be hosting Santa as he arrives on the “Toys for Tots” Train at 1:30pm to 2:30pm on December 13 to collect NEW and UNWRAPPED toy donations for ages Infant to 16 years old for the U.S. Marine Reserve “Toys for Tots” program. This program benefits needy children in our area by providing them with gifts during the holiday season. Toy collection will be held from: Thru December 23rd, 2012 on Saturday Dec. 20nd by fire truck We will be riding through Flanders
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New Members Welcomed

New Members Welcomed – Father J. Antonio Gaviria, pastor of St. Jude Church in Budd Lake, joins the four newest members of the parish’s Rosary Altar Society in the daily chapel below the statue of the Blessed Mother after the official installation ceremony at the group’s Nov. 3 meeting. New members are (seated from left) Maria Farruggia of Budd Lake, Rebecca Payonk of Hackettstown, Ellen Gilligan of Budd Lake and Theresa Bahr. Mel Kaufhold, Rosary Society president, standing left, and Carol Ann Gagnon, trreasurer, were among the group’s officers who were present. The new members received a special blessing from
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The Mayors Column

With the holidays approaching and the close of 2014, I would like to take a moment to reflect on our successes as a Township. It has been my honor to be your Mayor for the past 3 years. I have enjoyed working with the employees of the township, meeting many business leaders and discussing concerns with our clergy.  I appreciate all who have come up to me and told me that my efforts have had a positive impact in our community. I recognize, in my role as Mayor, I work for all of you.  I have imparted that same sentiment
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Learn The “Fun-damentals” of Girls Lacrosse

Learn The “Fun-damentals” of Girls Lacrosse Mt. Olive Jr. Lacrosse Club would like to invite your daughter to try the fast paced, fun, competitive game of lacrosse! We are holding a Free Development Days! Girls in grades 2-5 are encouraged to come and try the game. We supply all the gear needed to give it a try. Our dedicated High School Lacrosse players, along with our staff of certified coaches will be on-hand to show new players the “fun-damentals” of this exciting sport. Info is below: DATES: Sunday, Sunday, January 11th TIME: 1:00-3:00pm LOCATION: Mt Olive High School Gym Cost:
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F&M Hobbies

Celebrating the opening of F&M Hobbies located in The Mall on 206 in Flanders. Pictured from left to right:  Jim Dobis (Owner), Mayor Rob Greenbaum, and Fred Moglia (Founder of F&M Hobbies in 1984).
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Adopting Is Easy

Andy  (left) is a young adult domestic short hair looking for his forever home.  Andy is a sweet and social young man who loves to talk with his foster mom.  As you can see from his pictures he is quite the ham and loves any and all attention bestowed upon him.   Troy (right) is a young adult male approximately 1-2 years old.  He was found wandering around at a camp and was impounded and then came to TNR.  Troy is a bit of a shy boy, but once he warms up is very affectionate and playful. He very much loves his foster brother
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