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Free Seminar about Social Security

Free Seminar about Social Security and what you need to know with Dinner to follow at La Strada Ristorante Hosted by Dawn O’Malley of Edward Jones and Matt Ward of Protective Life Wednesday January 28th at 6pm Please RSVP Ellen Hawkins at 973-398-0028
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Meet Tatum from Eleventh Hour Rescue!

    Meet Tatum from Eleventh Hour Rescue.   Tatum was born about 3 years ago in the home of a wonderful Eleventh Hour Rescue foster. He was adopted out as a little puppy but returned when he was about 2 through no fault of his own. Tatum is an active Pointer mix who loves to run, hike, and never turns down a long walk in the park. Tatum is living at the kennel right now but stays overnight at his volunteer friends’ house. He has good house manners, is crate-trained, and is a CUDDLE BUG. He seems to be a
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Meet Excelsis from Eleventh Hour Rescue!

Meet Excelsis from Eleventh Hour Rescue. Celsie, as she is lovingly called at the kennel, is a very playful and energetic Shepherd/Border Collie mix who is about 3 years old. Although she is active and energetic, she does have a timid side around people she doesn’t know. Celsie would be a great companion for a dog savvy family who will work with her on her manners. Celsie has learned “sit” and “off” and is currently working on leash manners. She is very eager to please and also very affectionate. She is good with other dogs, but would prefer a home with no cats. Celsie
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Metropolitan Saxophone Quintet

The Metropolitan Saxophone Quintet will perform at the Ironia Free Methodist Church 298 Dover Chester Road Randolph NJ on Sunday January 25th at 4:30 pm concert is free.  an offering will be taken for the quintet. light refreshments to follow concert for more info call: 973 927 0692
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CCM Graphic Design Students Win Best Presentation at the New Jersey Design Derby

CCM Graphic Design Students Win Best Presentation at the New Jersey Design Derby Winners Provided with Honorary Student Memberships in the Art Directors Club RANDOLPH, NJ – Five County College of Morris (CCM) graphic design students – Jacobo Aristizabal, of Columbia; Steven Greene, of Dover; Christopher Hamfeldt, of Wharton; Darius Osorio, of Budd Lake; and Paul Sanford, of Parsippany – recently won “Best Presentation” at the 19th Annual Art Directors Club of New Jersey Design Derby Competition. The Design Derby is a yearly competition that challenges art students to develop on-the-spot presentations to pitch to a client. Students are split
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Internship Expands CCM Student’s View of the World

Internship Expands CCM Student’s View of the World Luisa Salazar Finds a Pathway of Compassion as a Communication Major RANDOLPH, NJ—When Luisa Salazar, of Randolph, a communication major at County College of Morris (CCM), envisioned a college internship she pictured working at an advertising agency or radio station. What she found instead was an internship with the New Jersey AIDS Services (NJAS) that turned into an unexpected opportunity for personal growth. “I was the only communication major there,” says Salazar. That meant that, with the help of supervisors, she had to establish what communication tasks would best benefit the organization,
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CCM IT Students Gain an App to Take Full Advantage of Their Learning Experience Program Chair Nancy Binowski Develops “IT Department in Your Pocket”

RANDOLPH, NJ — Information Technologies students at County College of Morris (CCM) not only can learn the art of building mobile apps through a new course offering, they also can download a new app to enhance their learning experience. The CCM IT Department app, developed by IT Chair and Professor Nancy Binowski, provides IT students with easy mobile access to department faculty office hours and contact information, peer tutoring center hours, degree program information and other resources. “I call it the ‘IT Department in Your Pocket,’” says Binowski. The app currently is available on Google Play Store and is scheduled
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Meet Ashton!

Meet Ashton!   Ashton is a beautiful 4 month old puppy. Ashton and his brother Ayden were dropped off at a high kill shelter in NC after being found running in the streets. While running in the streets sounds like fun, its not very safe. FHDR transported them to NJ to live in foster homes.   Ashton’s foster family just loves him and he loves them! They say Ashton is is quite, calm & sweet. His personality is laid back yet he enjoys playing, runing around the yard and playing with other dogs. Going outside & getting fresh air is
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Sheriff Rewards Exceptional Work at No Cost to the Taxpayers, Freeholders Object; Sheriff to Take Legal Action

Sheriff Rewards Exceptional Work at No Cost to the Taxpayers, Freeholders Object; Sheriff to Take Legal Action By Ejvind Boccolini Freeholders over the years have not often been in favor of salary increases for the Morris County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Edward Rochford said in a phone interview last week, and added that they are also not in favor of the Sheriff wanting to use the office’s surplus money to give $2,500 to each staff member to reward recent achievements and offer relief due to their low salaries, which have fallen much lower than competitive levels. Chief of Staff Susan Hunter,
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Neo-Latino Exhibit at the CCM Gallery Exhibition of 21st Century Artists Runs November 24 through January 30, 2015

    RANDOLPH, NJ — The second wave of the Neo-Latino art movement will be launched at the County College of Morris (CCM) Art Gallery this winter with an exhibition featuring the work of 16 contemporary Latino artists. The exhibition runs from November 24 through January 30, 2015, with an artist reception on Wednesday, December 3, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The gallery is located in the Learning Resource Center on CCM’s Randolph campus, 214 Center Grove Road. The gallery is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from noon to 5 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday from noon to 8 p.m., Friday from noon to 4 p.m. and the first Saturday of the
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