Morristown National Historical Park’s Fort Nonsense Projects Completion Commemoration
The Washington Association of New Jersey announces a ceremony to mark the completion of several projects at Fort Nonsense. The event takes place Saturday, October 23 at 3:30. Representatives of the Washington Association, the Morristown National Historical Park, and public officials are expected to attend.
Hackettstown’s Dr. Linfante Leaving WCC With An Amazing Legacy
When Dr. Phil Linfante of Hackettstown steps down as the Chair of the Warren Community College Board of Trustees in November, he will be a tough act to follow. His legacy includes recognition from not only Warren County, but from state – and national – organizations.
At my mom and dad’s wedding, my dad’s best friend from his service at Hickam Air Field was a part of the wedding party. Tommy served as an usher at my parents’ wedding. In all so many ways, Tommy represented another time, another place in my father’s life.
CCM President Named to Education Power 50 List by NJBIZ
County College of Morris (CCM) President Anthony J. Iacono once again has been named a prominent leader in higher education in New Jersey with his most recent inclusion on the 2021 NJBIZ Education Power 50 list. This is the third consecutive year that Iacono has been named to the NJBIZ Education Power list.
Pink witches night out, scheduled for Oct. 14, is part of downtown Denville’s Most successful and well attended event. Each year this amazing affair gets bigger and better with nearly 1500 to 2000 attendees an awareness that reaches over 75,000 impressions on social media news coverage and more. Cancer has affected us all in one way or another, so please join us and supporting the continuous battle that many of our friends neighbors and family are fighting daily. The Halloween inspired night is about proudly honoring survivors those still in the fight and their friends and family members and celebrating women Health.
Open Spaces: Recent Work of Anne Goffin Smith Exhibition at Caldwell University Mueller Gallery
Caldwell University’s Mueller Gallery is pleased to present “Open Spaces: Recent work of Anne Goffin Smith” to coincide with activities during inauguration week celebrating the installation of President Matthew Whelan, Ed.D. The exhibit opens on Oct. 14 and runs through Nov. 28.
Scenthound, a wellness-based dog grooming concept, held its ribbon-cutting event September 28 with the help of Denville Mayor, Tom Andes. The rain could not dampen the excitement of the event for all involved.
Project Self-Sufficiency Will Host Virtual Career Fair
Local businesses and organizations are gearing up to recruit new staff members at Project Self-Sufficiency’s Virtual Career Fair on Wednesday, October 20th, 10:00 a.m. Representatives from local businesses, organizations and educational institutions will be featured individually and given the opportunity to promote job openings and scholastic opportunities. Information packets with links to online job applications, company profiles, and contact information will be made available to all attendees following the event.
New Jersey Highlands Announces Annual Meeting in October
The New Jersey Highlands Coalition will hold its 2021 Annual Meeting on October 13 featuring a keynote speech about climate change and mitigation strategies from New Jersey State Climatologist, Dr. David Robinson. Members of the general public are invited to attend the free event over Zoom.
(Family Features) Whether your family counts a holiday vacation among your treasured traditions or you’re anticipating a holiday getaway for the first time, getting an early start on your planning can help ensure your trip is filled with good tidings and joy.
Know what you want to spend. If you’re planning to open your wallet a little wider for this trip than you have in the past, you’re not alone.
The Marine Corps’ last weapons systems officers (WSO) received their Wings of Gold along with 10 naval flight officers (NFO) during a ceremony at the National Naval Aviation Museum aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, Sept. 24.
Serenity Bench Installed at West Orange High School
As Green Ribbon Week came to a close in West Orange, the West Orange STOP Suicide Advocacy Coalition (WOSAC), faculty and staff of WOHS, and the family of Class of 2011 graduate Zach Massader gathered to dedicate a Serenity Bench in his honor on Sept. 24 in the Senior Courtyard at West Orange High School.
Green Ribbon Week is tied into September’s National Suicide Prevention Month, with mental health advocates, prevention organizations, survivors, allies, and community members uniting to promote suicide prevention and awareness.
Santa, toys, Easter Bunny and more are all coming to the Everything Party on October 17, 2021, to celebrate the holidays we missed for the last two years. All the fun will take place at the American Legion Post 132 in Franklin at 1 Legion Place.
(Family Features) Your home is a reflection of you, and your decor should match your tastes. With some simple home upgrades, you can create the perfect space for you and your family, even if your design preferences change over time.
“When we’re designing our ideal home, too often we may only think about what we want others to see and enjoy when they visit,” said Jack Goldman, president and CEO of the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA). “The reality is visitors account for less than 1% of your in-home time.”
(Family Features) Reimagining taco night can be as simple as a new protein swap.
Spice up your favorite taco dishes by making walnuts the star ingredient. Nutty and full of flavor, “walnut meat” turns taco recipes into plant-forward options. Try these Walnut-Stuffed Korean Street Tacos and Walnut “Chorizo” Tacos for a tasty and nutritious meal, loaded with all the goodness of California walnuts.
It’s easier than ever to do more with California Walnuts. Discover more recipes at walnuts.org.
(StatePoint) It’s that time of year: pumpkin spice is here and so are shorter days and cooler nights. Before nightfall comes too early, take advantage of the milder temps to prepare your home for winter. Here are a few easy, DIY tasks to check off your list.
1. Close Up the Patio. It’s important to protect patio items from winter wear and tear so you can enjoy them as soon as the weather breaks in the spring.
(Culinary.net) The same bowl of cereal can get boring after eating it for breakfast day in and day out. You may find yourself looking for something new and exciting to start your whole family’s morning off on the right foot.
3 Ways to Make a Positive Impact in Your Community
(Family Features) Acts of kindness, big and small, have the ability to change the world, one community at a time. After more than a year of isolation for many people across the country, now is the perfect time to do good and build unity in your area.