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19 posts from February 2017

February 28, 2017

Spring Boutique Craft and Vendor Show to Benefit Montville Pet Parents/Montville Animal Shelter

A perfect place to shop for Spring Holidays, Mother’s Day, 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 candles, chocolate, crochet Items, jewelry, kitchen Items, pet Items, educational, local specialty & packaged foods, seasonal & home decor Items, crafts & gifts, kid's items, health & beauty items, fashionable clothing& accessories.

 Feeling lucky? Basket Raffle filled with gift certificates from local restaurants and business. (winner need not be present)

WHEN: April 1, 2017 , 10am-3pm
WHERE: Montville Senior House. 356 Rte 202 Montville , NJ
(next to public safety building)

For more information email Nancy at nshearts@optonline.net or call/text at 201-247-1460.

Can't get the event but would like to make a tax deductible donation to help the animals? Visit our website www.montvillepetparents.org or mail your donation to: Montville Pet Parents, PO Box 231, Pine Brook, NJ 07068

Proceeds will be used to for medical care and spay/neuter for the homeless pets at the Montville Animal Shelter.

Montville Board of Education Presents Further Details of Proposed Budget

ReneMONTVILLE, NJ – Superintendent of Schools René Rovtar gave further details of administration’s proposed 2017-18 budget at the Feb. 21 Montville Township Board of Education meeting, with the caveat that programs and proposals would be revisited following the release of state aid figures on March 2. To read more click the following words, "click here"

February 27, 2017

Montville Kiwanis Announces Lasagna Dinner Fundraiser

MONTVILLE, NJ, FEBRUARY 27,2017: The kiwanis club of montville has announced its 2017 lasagna dinner fundraiser will take place on sunday, march 26, 2017, from 1pm to 5:30pm, at the montville senior center, 356 route 202, montville nj.

Tickets are $15.00 for adults, $12.00 for Seniors, and Students grades 9-12, $8.00 for students grades k-8. no charge for PRE-KINDERGARTEN. the dinner will be B.y.o.b. (BEER and wine only)

Take out will be available after 4pm.

Proceeds from ticket sales, and placemat ad sales, will benefit the Montville Kiwanis scholarship program, and other youth and community activities.

For tickets and more information, contact Doug Cooper:

908-907-1112. DCOOP1025@YAHOO.COM

The kiwanis club of montville, a community service group formed in june of 1978, has focused ALL its activites and projects to benefit the children, and families in need, of its community and beyond.

Noteworthy accomplishments and ongoing activites include: Installation of the playground at community park, rehabilitation of facilities at camp dawson, annual thanksgiving food distribution, support of montville high school key club activities, annual christmas caroling at senior citizens nursing homes, annual Archway and pathways holiday party for special CHILDREN, sebb book drive,  annual mothers day/fathers day shopping for families in need , annual fishing derby, MONTVILLE ADOPT-A-HYDRANT PROGRAM, and the montville kiwanis food pantry.

Montville Kiwanis welcomes new members. 

February 23, 2017

Montville High School ShopRite Stars Named for Second Marking Period

PeopleMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township High School ShopRite Stars were named at the Feb. 7 Montville Township Board of Education meeting for the second marking period of the school year. To read more click the following, "click here"

Goals and Budget Discussed at Special Montville Twp Committee Meeting

PeepsMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee held a special meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 31 where the committee discussed goals for 2017 and further discussed the capital budget. To read more click the following, "click here"

Towaco Townhouse Proposal Returns to Montville Township Committee

PersonMONTVILLE, NJ – Towaco resident Dan Furia reappeared with his attorney Steven Schepis at the Feb. 14 Montville Township Committee meeting regarding Furia’s proposed 20 townhouse unit development on nine acres in the Towaco section of the township. To read more click the following, "click here"

February 22, 2017

Wrestling: Montville's Fox Leads Seven Local Grapplers in Region 2 Field

WrestlingMOUNT OLIVE, NJ – Montville senior 285-pound wrestler Parker Fox was awarded the top seed in his weight class for this week’s NJSIAA Region 2 Individual Wrestling Tournament at Mount Olive High School. To read more click the following, "click here"

February 20, 2017

Wrestling: Montville Sends Seven to Regions, including Four District Winners

WrestlingpicPASSAIC VALLEY, NJ – Seven Montville High School wrestlers survived and advanced to next week's NJSIAA Region 2 tournament after finishing in the top 3 of their weight class at Saturday's NJSIAA District 8 Tournament at Passaic Valley High School. To read more click on the following "click here"

February 16, 2017

Freshman Clarinetist Jennifer Weiss makes New Jersey All State Symphonic Band

Montville Township High School student will also tour concert halls in Budapest and Vienna this summer BANDGIRL

Montville Township, NJ – Montville Township High School (MTHS) student Jennifer Weiss was selected for the New Jersey All State Band. The clarinetist is one of the few freshmen to have landed a spot in the highly competitive ensemble. All State band programs are sponsored by the New Jersey Music Educators Association (NJMEA). The NJ All State Band will perform at the prestigious New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 3:00PM.  

“This year, I want to congratulate Jennifer Weiss who, as a freshman, made it into the All State Symphonic Band on the Clarinet,” said MTHS Band Director Kenneth Korlishin, “This is quite an accomplishment for Jennifer.  Through her talent and hard work, we are proud to have her represent MTHS in this great accomplishment!”

Through the audition process, Weiss competed in January against high school students from North, Central and South Jersey Regional Ensembles.

“It is an extremely competitive field of very talented students representing every high school in the state,” added Montville Township Public Schools Supervisor of the Fine and Applied Arts Edward Fleischman. “Earning a seat in such ensemble is quite an achievement.”

Weiss, who attended the esteemed Interlochen Arts Camp as a sixth grade student from the Montville Township Public Schools’ Robert R. Lazar Middle School and Brevard Music Center of North Carolina last summer, also represents MTHS this season as a member of the NJMEA Region I Band of North Jersey.

“I love the clarinet because it is versatile,” Weiss said. “It has a good part in classical music, but it is also great to play jazz with it. I enjoy playing jazz.”

Coming up, Weiss join the other All State Band members for a two day rehearsal at Rutgers University, followed the Saturday, February 25 concert at NJPAC.

This summer, Weiss will tour the concert halls of Budapest and Vienna with the New Jersey Youth Symphony.

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Montville Township High School (MTHS) student Jennifer Weiss was selected for the New Jersey All State Band. The clarinetist is one of the few freshmen to have landed a spot in the highly competitive ensemble. All State band programs are sponsored by the New Jersey Music Educators Association (NJMEA). The NJ All State Band will perform at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark on Saturday, February 25 at 3:00PM.  

Fourteen Musicians To Represent Montville Township High School at Regional Concerts

BANDSpring performances to be held in Northern New Jersey

Montville Township, NJ – Fourteen of Montville Township High School’s musicians will perform throughout Northern New Jersey this spring. The talented freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors are currently in rehearsals for a number of Region I concerts sponsored by the North Jersey School Music Association of the New Jersey Music Educators Association.

MTHS chorus students who were awarded spots in the Region I Women’s Chorus include: Madison Bustamante (Freshman, Alto 2); Gabriella Casiano (Freshman, Soprano 2); Rachelle Philip (Freshman, Soprano 2) and Anna Rehberg (Freshman, Soprano 2).

Mixed Chorus Region I members are: David Champion (Senior, Tenor 2); Heather Giudice (Grade 12, Alto 1); Verina Megala (Sophomore, Soprano 2) and Srishti Nandy (Freshman, Alto 2).

“All eight chorus students who auditioned were accepted,” said MTHS Chorus teacher Kristen Markowski. “It is a challenging audition process. This is an exceptional accomplishment.”

Region I Orchestra students include: Enoch Jo (Junior, Violin, Orchestra); Bethany Ko (Junior, Cello, Orchestra) and Seungho Lee (Freshman, Violin, Orchestra).

MTHS representatives to Region I Band include Region I Third Chair recipient Tommy Sansone (Senior, Trombone). Sophia Hwang (Junior, Oboe) and Jennifer Weiss (Freshman, Clarinet) were also awarded chairs in the Region I Band.

Students who made the Region I Orchestra or Band also qualified to audition for the New Jersey All State Orchestra or Band. In Late January, MTHS Freshman Jennifer Weiss landed a spot in the New Jersey All State Band. The All State Band concert will be held at New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 3:00PM. 

“Students from Across Northern New Jersey compete for the opportunity to participate in Region I ensembles,” said Montville Township Public Schools’ Supervisor for the Arts Edward Fleischman. “We are very proud of the accomplishments of these students.”

The MTHS Band students study under the direction of Band teacher Kenneth Korlishin. The MTHS Orchestra teacher is Andrew Havington.

For information on upcoming Northern New Jersey Region I concerts see NJSMA.com or NJMEA.org

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