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Garage Sale

Garage Sale, hosted by the Ironia Free Methodist Church, at 298 Dover Chester Road in Randolph, is set for April 18, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Vendors are welcome. For more info call 973 927 0692.
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ReStore Hosts Give Away Day

For the seventh time the Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Randolph, has offered those in dire need a way to obtain free furnishings, appliances, and much more. On Jan. 18 families that had registered with area social service agencies braved icy roads and drenching rain to take advantage of what the ReStore calls their “Give Away Day.” Often families in need are faced with tough financial decisions . . . if they spend money on furniture, they have less for necessities. This “Give Away Day” helps alleviate some of the stress associated with those decisions. It is a collaborative
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Relay For Life Ready Set Go

The American Cancer Society 2015 Relay For Life of Central Morris County, which will take place on June 6 to 7, 2015, at County College of Morris in Randolph is looking for people to get involved.  Cancer touches us all in one way or the other. As the nation’s largest fundraising event, Relay For Life of Central Morris County rallies families, friends, businesses, schools, hospitals, service and faith based organizations in communities throughout Morris County and beyond and is asking you to participate in the event by: starting or joining a team, making a donation, sponsoring the event, purchasing a track
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Italian For Adults

Italian For Adults, Introduction To Basic Italian Part 2, is being offered at County College of Morris in Randolph, starting April 21. Web Registration at: http://webadvisor.ccm.edu. Instructor: Domenico Tancredi.
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Wine Tasting At Church

Wine Tasting At Church Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Randolph plans to hold its annual wine tasting on Fri., April 17, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person. This year’s theme is “A Taste of Italy,” serving Italian wine and food.  Contact Sandra at 973-691-2653 for tickets. Seating is limited. Please bring your own glass.
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Cub Scout Pack 88 Celebrates Scout Sunday

Cub Scout Pack 88 Celebrates Scout Sunday Hopatcong Cub Scout Pack 88 recently coordinated the return of Scout Sunday to Northwest New Jersey. Vicki Kallok spearheaded Pack 88’s effort to celebrate Scout Sunday in Northern Morris County and Southern Sussex County places of worship. Scout Sunday recognizes the contributions of Scouting in the community and this year was celebrated on the 105th anniversary of the founding of the Boy Scouts of America. Dozens of Pack 88 Cub Scouts, leaders and family members were joined by an array of Girl Scouts, Brownies, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from other Packs at religious services throughout the area. Pack 88 Scouts in dress uniforms participated in Services
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Kids And Teens Summer Program At CCM

  The Corporate and Community Programs (CCP) division at County College of Morris (CCM) has opened registration for this summer’s very popular College for Kids and Teens program.  The program brochure is now available online at www.ccm.edu/CFK and includes instructions for registration, as well as complete summer schedules.   Programs are available for children from kindergarten through high school. Classes will begin on Mon., June 29, and run for five weeks ending July 31.  Legos, code breakers, fashion sewing, Minecraft and music recording are just a few of the returning programs this year! Check to see if your child’s favorite is back!   Of
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Summer Sessions Registration Taking Place at CCM

For those looking to put their summer to good use by earning some additional college credits while saving on tuition, it’s time to start thinking about Summer Sessions at County College of Morris (CCM).   Online registration for Summer Sessions courses is now taking place. CCM offers four Summer Sessions: Summer early five-week from May 18 – June 20; Summer eight week from June 1 – July 25; Summer late five week from June 22 – July 25, and Summer three week from July 6 – July 25.   Classes offered this summer cover a range of disciplines and general educational requirements.   Courses
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Morris County Vocational School District Introduces Engineering Design and Advanced Manufacturing Program for High School Students

The Morris County Vocational School District in partnership with County College of Morris (CCM) is offering a new Share Time program, Engineering Design and Advanced Manufacturing (EDAM), for Morris County high school students. The program will prepare students for a career in engineering and advanced manufacturing.   EDAM is designed for students with an interest in engineering, computer applications and manufacturing who will learn through college-level work and hand-on activities.   “Utilizing cutting-edge technologies in a newly renovated state of the art facility at CCM, students will be prepared for careers in a growing industry,” said Shari Castelli, director of
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CCM’s Students Benefit from Industry Input and Internships

High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), ultraviolet visible spectrophotometer (UV-Vis) are instruments used in industrial laboratories, and they’re also the apparatus students train on in the Instrumental Methods of Analysis class at County College of Morris (CCM).   Keri Flanagan, assistant professor of chemistry at CCM, has high expectations of her students and has designed the class like an industrial laboratory.   “Everybody gets to handle the instruments,” says Flanagan. “I step back a lot so they learn how to troubleshoot the ins and outs of the instrument.”   Instrumental Methods of Analysis, along with the other biotechnology
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