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34 posts from April 2016

April 29, 2016

Friday, May 20, 2016 - GREEN IN DAY

Unnamed-2The mission of OneMontville is to create and promote a climate of acceptance, inclusion and kindness which teaches and celebrates respect for one another by embracing and being enriched by the diversity that comprises the Montville Township Community.  The mission can only be fully accomplished through the involvement and commitment of community leaders, religious leaders, business leaders, and residents of all ages, races, religions, ethnicities, abilities, gender identity or sexual orientation. Show your support for the OneMontville mission of supporting acceptance, unity and kindness BY WEARING GREEN on May 20, 2016Please help us to create a very visible representation of the fact that we are all ONEMONTVILLE no matter who we are.Residents of all ages, business owners and their employees, EVERYONE!!

June 4 & 5 -16th Annual Town-Wide Garage Sale

Imgres-4The 16th Annual Town-Wide Garage Sale, sponsored by the Montville Women's Club and the Township, is being held on Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. - rain or shine.  To host a garage sale, complete the Application Form below and mail it to 4 Birch Road, Montville, NJ 07045. Applications must be received no later than May 14, 2016.  The cost to participate in this event is $20, which entitles the participant to the following:

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May 12th - First Annual Golf Outing Hosted by The Montville Township Chamber of Commerce and the Montville Kiwanis Club

Search-1The Montville Township Chamber of Commerce and the Montville Kiwanis Club are hosting its first Annual Golf Outing on May 12, 2016 at the Green Brook Country Club in North Caldwell, NJ for only $165.00/golfer. For reservations and/or additional information, check our website www.montvillechamber.org. We are also asking for Door Prizes and Hole, Lunch, Sponsorships. If you or your company is interested in donating door prizes (gift certificates or other gift items) or sponsorships, contact the Chamber Office at (973)263-3310 or info@montvillechamber.org. We welcome all donations!

Montville Baseball Advances to First Round of Morris County Tournament

BballThe Montville Mustangs persisted in a walk-off win on Saturday, defeating the Mount Olive Marauders 3-2 at Montville Township High School in the preliminary round of the Morris Country Tournament. To read more about this story, click the following link.

 

May 4th - Presentation On Grounds of The Henry Doremus Dutch Stone House

SearchJoin us May 4, Wednesday, at 11:30 am. A presentation will be made on the grounds of the Henry Doremus Dutch Stone House property (490 Main Rd, Towaco) from the Museum of Agriculture, New Jersey to the Montville Township Historical Society, Beavertown Historical Society and the Canal Society of New Jersey to mark the permanent gift of specific donations from the Museum of Agriculture to these historic groups.  In this way, the Museum of Agriculture will live on and these farming artifacts will be able to be viewed by the public and New Jersey’s farming history will not be lost by the closure of the Museum of Agriculture. 

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Montville Republican Club Hosts Morris County Sheriff Candidates for Debate

Carousel_image_7b7bc6b4f99cd6a51a15_sheriffThe Montville Republican Club hosted Morris County Sheriff candidates James Gannon and John Sierchio for a debate to a packed Senior House on April 25. Republican Club First Vice President Michael Johnson moderated as candidates made an opening statement for two minutes, had one minute to answer each question and had one minute for closing remarks. To read more about this story, click the following link.

May 9 - MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESENTS “3 Iron Mines- Mt Hope, Hibernia & Richard“

Mining“3 Iron Mines- Mt Hope, Hibernia & Richards“ is the subject of the next “Glimpses of the Past History Series” at the Montville Township Historical Society’s program, May 9 (Monday), 7:30 p.m. in the Montville Township Senior House, 356 Main, Montville. In Morris County, the area emerged as a leading producer of iron ore after the American Revolution.  This impact was felt for several years as Morris County was greatly influenced by its many iron mining districts.  Further, the impact of the Morris Canal and the transportation infrastructure created a vehicle to get the iron product to market allowing easy distribution of the product.  Other natural resources in the area, such as timber, allowed the forges to run.

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April 22, 2016

APRIL 23 - Leading Early Education Provider Set To Break Ground On First New Jersey School in Montville

KidsrkidsKids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies, a national early childhood education franchise with three decades of experience, announced today a groundbreaking ceremony for its first New Jersey center, located in Montville, N.J., on Saturday, April 23 at 1 p.m. at 217 Changebridge Road. Montville Township Mayor James Sandham and Deputy Mayor Richard Conklin will be in attendance along with Township Committeewomen Deborah Nielson. The new school represents Kids ‘R’ Kids' first center in the Tri-state Region of the country. To date, the company has nearly 160 schools located in 16 states nationwide.  

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Montville High School Hosts Dozens of Artists for 4th Annual Ceramics Invitational

MuddEighty ceramics pieces by student artists were exhibited at the 4th Annual All Ceramics Invitational Exhibition, otherwise known as MUDD, at Montville Township High School on Tuesday, March 8. Artists from ten area high schools competed for top prizes in a four categories including Hand built Functional, Hand built Sculptural, Wheel Thrown Functional and Wheel Thrown Sculptural, as well as 1st, 2nd, 3rd & Honorable Mention was awarded in each category. To read more about this story, click the following link.

Cedar Hill Student Entrepreneurs “Wow” With Their Wares

TrepMore than 70 student entrepreneurs set up tables in the gymnasium and halls of Cedar Hill Elementary School on April 16, and the results were a culinary, fashion and craft extravaganza. The students were participating in a program through the school’s Home and School Association called “Trep$,” short for en-TREP-reneurs. To continue reading this story, click the following link.

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