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24 posts from October 2016

October 25, 2016

Montville Kiwanis Installs 2017 Officers At 38th Annual Awards Dinner

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The Kiwanis Club Of Montville recently installted its 2017 slate of officers at its 38th annual awards dinner. Many founding members are still very active in Montville Kiwanis. Pictured left to right:

 

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November 14 - Montville Township Historical Society Presents: “Acetic Acid, Vinegar & Jersey Lightning”

Unnamed “Acetic Acid, Vinegar & Jersey Lightning “ is the subject of the next “Glimpses of the Past History Series” at the Montville Township Historical Society’s program, November 14 (Monday), 7:30 p.m. in the Montville Township Senior House, 356 Main, Montville. Cider making begins in the fall.  A mix of different apples are blended together to make a Jersey original.  Allowed to ferment longer than cider, apple cider vinegar is produced.  

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Holiday Boutique Vendor & Craft Show To Benefit Montville Animal Shelter

429494_248407735251488_1039967377_nA perfect place to shop for Holiday Gifts, Teacher’s gifts, your favorite someone or a little something for yourself (or furry friend) while knowing you will also be helping homeless pets. Shoppers will find everything from specialty foods to kids and adult clothing, unique home items, purses, accessories, pet items and much, much more. Direct Sales Vendors include Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple, Partylite, 31 Gifts, Jamberry, Initials Inc, Origami Owl, Mary Kay, Signature Home Styles, Touchstone, Tupperware, Younique, Usborne Books, Passion Parties.

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Upcoming Superstars of the Internet Lecture Series At Montville Library

Imgres-1The internet could not exist without people to produce web content, videos, cartoons, shows, websites, and music that make the internet enjoyable. Join us and listen to experts in the field discuss their experiences working and creating online.

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October 24, 2016

Montville Police Officer Charged with Driving While Intoxicated

Carousel_image_e32d86d536962977dcf9_imageMontville Township police officer Kurt Geisinger was arrested on Oct. 21 for driving while intoxicated, a motor vehicle offense, according to Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp and Montville Township Police Chief Rudy Appelmann. To read more about this story, click the following link.

 

Children's Author Visits William Mason Elementary, Gets Kids Interested in Reading

Carousel_image_abf01fb70e7dbe8fa245_a_collage_w_lineChildren’s book author Dan Gutman visited William Mason Elementary School on Oct. 14 and discussed his writing not only with large-group assemblies of the students, but also with small groups who had won an essay contest and were able to have lunch with the author during his visit. To read more about this story, click the following link.

Historical Society a No-Show; No Traffic Light for Gathering Road

Carousel_image_a4c8093374e5b1f616e0_a_sandham_sullivanDespite being urged to bring the officers, bylaws, and a list of inventory to the Oct. 11 Township Committee meeting, the Montville Township Historical Society did not appear before the committee. To read more about this story, click the following link.

Planning Board Rejects Historic Homeowner’s Request to Demolish

Carousel_image_6a20fc3a83947c398bd8_By_Jerrye___Roy_Klotz__MDThe Montville Township Planning Board voted unanimously to reject the application by Alexander Sweetwood, owner of 107 Changebridge Road, to demolish the Dutch stone house known also as the Cornelius Doremus House. To read more about this story, click the following link.

 

William Mason Elementary Raises Money for Pediatric Cancer

Carousel_image_726fde59abe40fc37422_a_dave_1_crop-1Every school principal has a bad day, but not many of them can say they got a pie in the face. William Mason Elementary School Principal David Melucci and four colleagues received pies in the face at the culmination of a fundraiser for pediatric cancer on Oct. 7. To read more about this story, click the following link.

Library Lecturer Describes South Pole Life

Carousel_image_72371dbfb5450f4c3dd5_IMG_0356We’ve all complained that Montville is cold in the winter, but Gil Jeffer can honestly say it’s not as cold as the South Pole. Jeffer has taken four trips to Antarctica for solar research, and told about his trips at the Montville Township Public Library on Sept. 28. To read more about this story, click the following link.

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