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Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone The Buckinghams

Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone The Buckinghams Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 8 pm (Morristown) -Get set for a trip down memory lane, featuring the classic pop sounds of Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone and The Buckinghams, Thursday, November 20, 2014 at Mayo Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $39-79. Peter Noone is a multi-talented entertainer, who has been delighting audiences nearly all his life.  At the age of fifteen, Peter achieved international fame as “Herman,” lead singer of the legendary pop band Herman’s Hermits. His classic hits include: “I’m Into Something Good,” “Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter,” “I’m Henry VIII,
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Annual Fall Craft Fair To Be Held

Annual Fall Craft Fair To Be Held Sponsored by Northwest Christian School   Augusta, NJ – October 21, 2014 – Get a jump on your holiday shopping by visiting the 33rd Annual Fall Craft Fair sponsored by Northwest Christian School on Saturday, November 22, 2014 from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., at the Sussex County Fairgrounds in Augusta, New Jersey. Visit over 100 tables of juried artists and crafters featuring handcrafted items made using a variety of techniques and mediums. The craft fair will also be showcasing holiday decor items and unique everyday items to use year round in and around
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Byram Student Gets Hands-On World History Lesson

Byram Student Gets Hands-On World History Lesson Imagine being able to learn World History by actually visiting the places you previously only read about, by actually seeing the historic landmarks you studied, and being able to photograph some of the world’s famous sights and artwork with your own camera . . . .for Byram Intermediate School eighth grader, Kaitlyn Andolena, this summer was a world history lesson up close and personal. Kaitlyn is an accepted delegate and accomplished alumni of the People to People Student Ambassador Program. Created by Dwight D. Eisenhower over 50 years ago, the premise of the
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Eleventh Hour Rescue’s Stand Up For Rescue Comedy Night

Eleventh Hour Rescue’s Stand Up For Rescue Comedy Night Saturday November 15, 2014 7:00pm – 11:00pm Lake Hopatcong Elk’s 782 201 Howard Blvd. Mt. Arlington, NJ Are you ready to laugh for a good cause? Join Eleventh Hour Rescue on Saturday November 15th for our Stand Up For Rescue Comedy Night Fundraiser at the Lake Hopatcong Elk’s Lodge. All proceeds from this very funny evening benefit Eleventh Hour Rescue and help us save the lives of more dogs and cats on death row. This year’s comedians feature Rob Falcone who performs on Comedy Central and “Orange is the New Black”,
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Hopatcong Schools Recognize Red Ribbon Week

The week of October 28th celebrates Red Ribbon Week. During this week the Hopatcong schools conducted several different activities for their students to promote healthy life choices. To begin the week, elementary students were asked to wear red to be “Too Smart to Start!” While the middle school students wore their favorite team jersey to “Team up for healthy choices!”   The high school, in conjunction with the NJ State Police and Hopatcong Police Department, held a “Fatal Vision Goggles” assembly during their Gym classes. Students had the opportunity to simulate drunk driving and texting and driving while wearing goggles
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School Violence Awareness Week

School Violence Awareness Week at Durban Avenue Elementary School In an effort to promote a respectful, caring school environment here at Durban Ave, students have been working on different activities throughout the week to raise awareness about bullying and violence in our schools. The students at Durban Ave. are determined to prevent school violence and have dedicated their time to work together to discuss ways to respond to it. The fourth and fifth graders have turned the school into an anti-bullying zone by creating life-sized silhouettes that have been mounted throughout the hallways with messages on ways to show respect
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Character Counts at Tulsa Trail School Cynthia Randina, Hopatcong Superintendent of Schools, Announces – Character Counts at Tulsa Trail School. This year at Tulsa Trail, we will be “Connecting with Character,” using the Character Counts Program for Character Education. The school kicked off the new theme with a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 7, 2013 to dedicate the main hallway as Respect Avenue. This event coincided with the Week of Respect, which was celebrated across New Jersey. All Tulsa Trail students and staff participated in the dedication ceremony. Salah Ibrahim was honored to cut the ribbon for the event, modeling
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Violence Awareness Week

  Hopatcong, NJ –            Hudson Maxim & Tulsa Trail Celebrate School Violence Awareness Week Cynthia Randina, Hopatcong Superintendent of Schools, Announces – The students at Hudson Maxim School continue their theme of Hopping on the Energy Bus and spreading positive energy during School Violence Awareness Week. School Violence Awareness Week takes place the third week in October each year. It is a time to focus on keeping schools safe and bully-free. This year in a lesson from Mrs. Schuffenhauer, School Counselor, Hudson Maxim students learned the “High Five” for problem solving. It includes five different steps to take in solving
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Holiday Parade

On Sunday, December 1st, just prior to the Annual Tree Lighting Festivities, the Netcong Recreation Commission and the Netcong Community Partnership will sponsor a Holiday Parade. The parade will kick off at 5pm sharp at the corner of College Road and Allen Street. The parade route will continue down Allen Street, crossing over Route 183 onto Main Street, making a left onto Maple Avenue, ending in front of Company #1 Firehouse. There will be marchers, floats, and decorated fire trucks & police cars. Come out and line the streets to support our annual holiday Parade. There may even be a
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