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Dogs Take Center Stage At Randolph Library Family Fun Event

Dogs Take Center Stage At Randolph Library Family Fun Event   By Chelsea Opong-Wadeer   Randolph Public Library has hosted events for kids and families this summer, many that brought countless laughter to those who attended.   Specifically, one event on Thurs., July 30, brought out parents and their kids imagination, with the Waltens Acrobatic and Performing Dog Show.   This was Randolph Public Library’s first time hosting an acrobatic and performing dog show, according to Lore Reinhart, event coordinator at Randolph Public Library.   “We sent a flyer around, and hoped for a great turn out,” Reinhart said. “The
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Happier Terrier Needs Family

Meet Valentino from Eleventh Hour Rescue. Valentino is a very handsome terrier mix who is about seven years old. He was abandoned to a shelter, but luckily an Eleventh Hour Rescue volunteer fell in love with him and rescued him from there. Valentino is a happy, funny boy who is very eager to please. He is a very sweet dog who loves to give and get kisses and belly rubs. Valentino loves to play with his soccer and tennis balls and just wants a forever family who will play with him. He would do best in a home without other
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Gentle Playful Pup Needs Home

Meet Gable from Eleventh Hour Rescue. Gable is a Boykin Spaniel/Beagle mix who is about 10 months old. This handsome boy with a beautiful coat weighs about 30 pounds. Gable is very affectionate and loves to be next to others. He is a very sweet boy who is eager to please. Gable is very gentle but also loves to play. He gets along good with other dogs and seems to love everyone he meets. Gable is up to date on all of his vaccinations and is just waiting for a forever home to call his own. To read more about
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Pup Eager To Please

Pup Eager To Please Meet Chip from Eleventh Hour Rescue. Chip is a Terrier mix who is about a year old and weighs 35 pounds. This amazing pup with beautiful eyes ended up in a kill shelter because his former owner allowed him to wander off and he got in trouble for chasing chickens, so he will need to go to a chicken-free home! However, Chip does play well with other dogs and loves playing with his toys. This smart boy is eager to please and very affectionate. Chip enjoys meeting new people and gets along with children and adults
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Registration For Fall Classes Continues At County College Of Morris

There is still time to enroll at County College of Morris (CCM) for the Fall Semester. Those who would like to take classes this fall should apply online and register for classes now at www.ccm.edu to get the best choice of classes. The college also will be holding final in-person registration sessions later this month on its main campus at 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph. Once they have applied, students can register in-person in the Student Community Center during the following dates and times: Tues., Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Wed., Aug. 26, from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Thurs.,
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Randolph Rocks 5K Run Raises More Than $24,000

Randolph Rocks 5K Run Raises More Than $24,000   [drops]More than 500 registered runners and walkers competed in the sixth annual Randolph Rocks 5K Run on Sat., June 13. The race raised more than $24,000 for the Randolph Education Foundation, (REF), which provides grants and other funding to support programs that enrich the educational experience of the district’s students.   First place overall for men went to Collin Frost of Randolph who completed the 5K in 15:42 minutes.   Amanda Houston, 12, of Randolph finished in 20:58 minutes, capturing the first place overall for women.   Prizes were awarded in more
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Kids Shave Heads At Local Church To Raise Money For Cancer Research

The Saint Baldrick’s Foundation was established on July 4, 1999, after a man by the name of Tim Kenny gave a challenge to his colleagues; John Bender and Enda McDonnell, according to their website. He posed the question, “How will you give back in return for your own good fortune in business?” It was McDonnell’s thick head of hair that gave Bender the idea to shave their heads for donations to raise money for child cancer research.   Today The Saint Baldrick’s Foundation has made an impact on Resurrection Church in Randolph. In it’s second year running, Resurrection Church’s “YES”
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Celebrate National S’mores Day With Girl Scouts

Love those gooey, sweet treats called “s’mores”? Celebrate National S’mores Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 10 at an open house at the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey Service Centers. Visitors to any of the three service centers in Paramus, Randolph or Riverdale can enjoy a free s’more. Can’t make it to the Girl Scouts’ offices? Visit Facebook or Twitter and share photos, videos, or even a favorite recipe for S’mores. “Most people love s’mores and enjoyed their first s’more at summer camp,” said Betty Garger, President and CEO of Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey.
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Brundage Park Playhouse Presents Performances Of Its Annual Kid’s Cabaret

Brundage Park Playhouse is pleased to announce performances for its upcoming annual “Kid’s Cabaret”. Performance Dates are Aug. 12, 13 and 14 at 8 p.m. and Aug. 15 and 16 at 2 p.m. at the playhouse on Carrell Road in Randolph. Director and Choreographer: Alicia Vega- Randolph, Music Director: Johnny Citarelli- East Hanover, and Stage Manager: Reggie Onorati- Mendham The cast includes, Clare Capuzzi- Morris Plains, Aimee Composto- Randolph, Sydney Familo- Morristown, Samara Fishkin- Randolph, Julia Frost- Randolph, Kelley Guerra- Randolph, McKenzie Hegarty- Denville, Michael Luciano- Randolph, Kristen Onufryk- Flanders, Lauren Onufryk- Flanders, Elizabeth Rosato- Randolph, Elizabeth Van Sciver- Morris Township, Sofia Wawrysniak- Morristown, and Alex Yudoff- Succasunna. Talented youth put on another fabulous production in an all new
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Peter Pan Jr. Performances In Randolph

Brundage Park Playhouse plans to hold performances for its upcoming show Peter Pan Jr. at the playhouse in Randolph. Remaining performance dates are July 24, at 8 p.m.; July 25 and July 26 at 2 p.m. Directed by  Mark Carovale, the performance is based on the Disney film and J.M. Barrie’s enchanting play, Disney’s Peter Pan. Jr., a modern version of the timeless tale about a boy who wouldn’t grow up. The score includes new arrangements of classic Disney songs, such as “Following the Leader,” “You Can Fly,” “The Second Star to the Right” and “Yo Ho, A Pirate’s Life for
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