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Santa Claus Arrives at Berkeley Heights Town Hall

December 3, 2016

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. -- Santa Claus arrived at Town Hall in a horse drawn wagon at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, as members of Governor Livingston Marching Band played seasonal tunes and excited children and their parents waited to greet him.

Santa shook hands with the children In the crowd then went up the steps where he was greeted by Mayor Robert Woodruff, who presented him ...

Berkeley Heights Road Closures for Tree Lighting, Firework Show and Winter Walk; Trolley Service Available

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Downtown Berkeley Heights will be transformed into a fun festival like atmosphere Saturday night starting with the Special Events Committee's Tree Lighting and Firework Show at 5 p.m. immediately followed by the Winter Walk.  

Springfield and Sherman avenues will be closed between Snyder and Plainfield avenues from 4 to 10 p.m. There will be a trolley ...

Ice Hockey: Alexander Scores Equalizer; Gov. Livingston Ties Scotch Plains-Fanwood 3-3

UNION, NJ --  The Gov. Livingston Highlanders were less than two minutes away from defeat Friday night against Scotch Plains-Fanwood. Instead, thanks to a dramatic game-tying goal with 1:54 left to play, they settle for a tie, 3-3, with the Raiders at Union Sports Arena.

After trailing, 3-2, for the entire third period, the Highlanders received a power play after an interference was ...

Kick-off of Annual New Winter Clothing Drive for Veterans Living at VA Campus in Lyons Section of Bernards

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Bedminster resident Stacia McDonough has kicked off her fifth annual, “They Kept Us Safe, Let's Keep Them Warm,” new winter clothing drive to benefit the formerly homeless and disabled veterans that are now in housing on the Veterans Administration campus in the Lyons section of Bernards Township.

McDonough launched the campaign ...

Berkeley Heights Themed Ornaments and Magnets on Sale on December 3rd

December 1, 2016

Berkeley Heights residents may purchase ornaments and magnets featuring the watercolor image of the town’s train station. The Berkeley Heights Beautification Committee will sell these items only at two town events on December 3:

Santa’s visit to the municipal building from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Annual tree lighting ceremony from 5 to 6 p.m. (preceding the Winter ...

Second Mosque Case Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against Bernards Twp.; Township Disputes Constitutionality

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The U.S. Justice Department this week filed a lawsuit against Bernards Township, alleging that the township violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 (RLUIPA) when it denied zoning approval to allow the Islamic Society of Basking Ridge to build a mosque on land owned by the ISBR in Liberty Corner. This second complaint follows a ...

Proclamation Honors Cross Country Star Victoria Vanriele

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -- The first order of business at the Township Council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 22, was to honor ninth-grade track star Victoria Vanriele for her achievements this school year as a Cross Country runner.

Mayor Robert Woodruff read a proclamation commending Vanriele for her achievements during her first season running for Governor Livingston High School.

Vanriele won the ...

Berkeley Heights BOE Pays Tribute to John Sincaglia

December 2, 2016

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – The Board of Education (BOE) members, school administrators, teachers, parents and family members took part in a farewell celebration for retiring board member John Sincaglia at the Thursday, Dec. 1 BOE meeting. Sincaglia has served on the board for 12 years, since 2004, and decided not to seek reelection. 

Sincaglia began his career as a teacher, but worked a ...

75 Gov. Livingston InterAct Club Members Give Sandwiches to Those in Need

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - For most, Thanksgiving is about memories of family, football, and most importantly, turkey. But, for those experiencing homelessness, it may seem like just another day. In the spirit of giving, over 75 students from the Gov. Livingston's InterAct Club stayed after school on Tuesday to make 800 sandwiches for the Market Street Mission out of Morris County. The Market ...

Columbia Middle School Gets New Rain Garden

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Berkeley Heights School District received a grant in the amount of $4,500 from New Jersey American Water for a new rain garden. The newest garden was planted in front of Columbia Middle School on Plainfield Avenue.

The school district, working together with the Berkeley Heights Environmental Commission, and the efforts of Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water ...

Ice Hockey: Alexander Scores Equalizer; Gov. Livingston Ties Scotch Plains-Fanwood 3-3

December 3, 2016

UNION, NJ --  The Gov. Livingston Highlanders were less than two minutes away from defeat Friday night against Scotch Plains-Fanwood. Instead, thanks to a dramatic game-tying goal with 1:54 left to play, they settle for a tie, 3-3, with the Raiders at Union Sports Arena.

After trailing, 3-2, for the entire third period, the Highlanders received a power play after an interference was ...

Gov. Livingston Girls Swim Team Opens With Win Against Plainfield

WARREN, NJ - The Gov. Livingston girls swim team was anxious to get back into competition after making it all the way to Central Sectional C finals last season. They proved to have too much talent and depth for a game Plainfield squad last night in a 136-31 victory. 

 

Coach Closs put it rather succinctly, “it was a good start to the season.” Highlights from last ...

GL Men's Swim Team Victorious

WARREN, NJ - The Highlander men opened the 2016-17 swim season with a 135-27 win over Plainfield tonight in Warren.  GL opened up the evening with a 1-2 finish in the 200 Medley Relay. The quartet of Jack OHalloran, Matt Zarrelli, Declan Feely and Ellis Sartorio came in with a 1:49.30. In the 200 freestyle event, GL finished 1,2,3. Jason Paprocki led the way in the 200 IM followed ...

Santa Claus Arrives at Berkeley Heights Town Hall

December 3, 2016

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. -- Santa Claus arrived at Town Hall in a horse drawn wagon at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, as members of Governor Livingston Marching Band played seasonal tunes and excited children and their parents waited to greet him.

Santa shook hands with the children In the crowd then went up the steps where he was greeted by Mayor Robert Woodruff, who presented him ...

Berkeley Heights Road Closures for Tree Lighting, Firework Show and Winter Walk; Trolley Service Available

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Downtown Berkeley Heights will be transformed into a fun festival like atmosphere Saturday night starting with the Special Events Committee's Tree Lighting and Firework Show at 5 p.m. immediately followed by the Winter Walk.  

Springfield and Sherman avenues will be closed between Snyder and Plainfield avenues from 4 to 10 p.m. There will be a trolley ...

Bramnick Teams up with Joe Piscopo to Benefit Boys and Girls Clubs

SOMERSET HILLS NJ - Jon Bramnick represents the Somerset Hills in the State Assembly, and over the years he has earned a reputation as a good lawyer and legislator.  He also has a well-known sense of humor.  In fact, he holds the title "Funniest Lawyer in New Jersey" after winning contests sponsored by the bar association at Rascals Comedy Club.

On Tuesday ...

Union County Prosecutor Grace Park Speaks to Suburban Chamber of Commerce at Networking Breakfast

November 28, 2016

SUMMIT, NJ - The Suburban Chamber of Commerce, representing the business communities of Summit, New Providence and Berkeley Heights will host acting Union County Prosecutor Grace Park Friday, December 2 at thier monthly breakfast networking meeting at The Grand Summit Hotel.  The business public is welcome to attend this special breakfast by registering ...

Winter Walk Receives $1,000 from Smith Chiropractic Foundation

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - At this month's Suburban Chamber of Commerce Berkeley Heights networking meeting, Dr. Patrick Smith presented a check from the Smith Foundation for $1,000 to Cheri Pertesis, co-Chair of the Berkeley Heights Winter Walk as a sponsor of the event. The Winter Walk is held immediately following the Township's Tree Lighting and Firework show that starts at 5 ...

Union County Clerk Advises Travelers on New Passport Photo Rules

UNION COUNTY, NJ - Travelers needing new passports and applying Nov. 1 or after that date must remove their eyeglasses for their passport picture according to a new U.S. State Department rule, says Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi.

 The new rule only covers passport applications submitted on or after November 1.

“If you already have a valid passport and you are wearing your ...

Trader Joe’s in Westfield Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

December 2, 2016

WESTFIELD, NJ —  Amid cheers from employees and customers, the Downtown Westfield’s newly re-built Trader Joe’s opened Friday morning at 8 a.m.

The previous building was demolished this in February after its roof collapsed during January’s blizzard.

“It’s so great to be home,” store manager Casey Latsko said as he greeted people ...

Breakfast with Santa, Mrs. Claus & Elves At Mt. Carmel Hall

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Are you ready to have breakfast with Mr. and Mrs. Claus and their elves?  

On Sunday, Dec. 11, Mt. Carmel Society will hold a breakfast buffet with the famous pair and their elves at Mt. Carmel Hall, 56 River Road, Berkeley Heights.

Attendees are asked to consider bringing an unwrapped gift for children in need.  The gifts will be provided to Mountainside ...

Grain & Cane Bar & Table Food Truck Brings Sneak Preview to Winter Walk

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Grain & Cane Bar & Table coming this spring to the new Embassy Suites by Hilton Berkeley Heights will preview their cuisine at the Winter Walk on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. Visit the Grain & Cane Bar & Table Food Truck that will be located on Springfield Avenue by Summit Avenue for a taste and meet Chef Will. 

The food truck’s ...

Columbia Middle School Gets New Rain Garden

November 22, 2016

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Berkeley Heights School District received a grant in the amount of $4,500 from New Jersey American Water for a new rain garden. The newest garden was planted in front of Columbia Middle School on Plainfield Avenue.

The school district, working together with the Berkeley Heights Environmental Commission, and the efforts of Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water ...

Union County Community Pulls Together for Pollinators

A multi-age civic partnership is transforming a roadside parcel of County parkland into a lush, natural habitat for the endangered Monarch butterfly and many other valuable pollinators including butterflies, bees and birds.

“This new meadow will serve as a valuable teaching tool for the thousands of children and adults who visit Trailside every year,” said Chairman Bruce H. Bergen.

Kick-off of Annual New Winter Clothing Drive for Veterans Living at VA Campus in Lyons Section of Bernards

December 3, 2016

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Bedminster resident Stacia McDonough has kicked off her fifth annual, “They Kept Us Safe, Let's Keep Them Warm,” new winter clothing drive to benefit the formerly homeless and disabled veterans that are now in housing on the Veterans Administration campus in the Lyons section of Bernards Township.

McDonough launched the campaign ...

Bramnick Teams up with Joe Piscopo to Benefit Boys and Girls Clubs

SOMERSET HILLS NJ - Jon Bramnick represents the Somerset Hills in the State Assembly, and over the years he has earned a reputation as a good lawyer and legislator.  He also has a well-known sense of humor.  In fact, he holds the title "Funniest Lawyer in New Jersey" after winning contests sponsored by the bar association at Rascals Comedy Club.

On Tuesday ...

Breakfast with Santa, Mrs. Claus & Elves At Mt. Carmel Hall

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Are you ready to have breakfast with Mr. and Mrs. Claus and their elves?  

On Sunday, Dec. 11, Mt. Carmel Society will hold a breakfast buffet with the famous pair and their elves at Mt. Carmel Hall, 56 River Road, Berkeley Heights.

Attendees are asked to consider bringing an unwrapped gift for children in need.  The gifts will be provided to Mountainside ...

Kick-off of Annual New Winter Clothing Drive for Veterans Living at VA Campus in Lyons Section of Bernards

December 3, 2016

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Bedminster resident Stacia McDonough has kicked off her fifth annual, “They Kept Us Safe, Let's Keep Them Warm,” new winter clothing drive to benefit the formerly homeless and disabled veterans that are now in housing on the Veterans Administration campus in the Lyons section of Bernards Township.

McDonough launched the campaign ...

Laurie's journey; This is the new me

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - It's been over a year since Laurie Liming was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. It's been about the same time since the Berkeley Heights community rallied around their popular Mountain Park Teacher of the Year. There have been bake sales, t-shirt sales, Fat Blast classes, a Meal Train and the YourCaring social media page ...

Center for Hope Hospice in Scotch Plains Raises Funds for Charity Care at Annual Fashion Show

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ – As they do every October, several hundred people gathered for an afternoon of fashion, fun and chances to win prizes at the annual Fashion Show & Luncheon to benefit the Center for Hope Hospice. The luncheon event raised over $30,000 to provide hospice and palliative care to people in need.

Nearly 400 people attended the event at Pines Manor in Edison, which ...

Union County Community Pulls Together for Pollinators

November 20, 2016

A multi-age civic partnership is transforming a roadside parcel of County parkland into a lush, natural habitat for the endangered Monarch butterfly and many other valuable pollinators including butterflies, bees and birds.

“This new meadow will serve as a valuable teaching tool for the thousands of children and adults who visit Trailside every year,” said Chairman Bruce H. Bergen.

NJ Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Raises Close to $5,000 for CASA Bridgewater, NJ (Nove

December 1, 2016

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (NJ AAML) raised $4,857 for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Jersey in its sixth annual holiday fundraiser, improving on its efforts in previous years. A check was presented to Liza Kirschenbaum, Esq., Associate Director of CASA, by Amy C. Goldstein, President of NJ AAML, Richard F. Iglar, ...

Muñoz bill banning underage marriages approved by Assembly

TRENTON, N.J. – Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Nancy F. Muñoz barring individuals under the age of 18 from marrying or entering into a civil union received General Assembly approval Monday, Nov. 21..
 
“New Jersey’s children are one step closer to no longer being victims of forced or arranged marriages. I am extremely happy for Fraidy Reiss, who advocated ...

New Brunswick: Rutgers Business School Stabbing Suspect Charged

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The Rutgers student suspected of attacking a fellow student and a faculty member with a knife at the business school on the Livingston campus has been identified and charged with attempted murder, officials said Monday.

Police said that Joshua S. Thompson, 25, of Mountainside is being charged with two counts of attempted murder, possession of a weapon for an unlawful ...

Serious Accident on Mountain Avenue

November 29, 2016

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Breaking News Network (BNN) which listens to police radio calls reports there is a serious car accident on Mountain Avenue involving a pole.

According to the report, CPR is in progress and police have called for backup and the County Crash Team.

A call to the New Providence Police Department produced no information.

Check back for more information.

Parents, Prepare for the Berkeley Heights Police Santa

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - One of the best-loved traditions at Christmas time is the PBA's Police Santa program.

One Dec. 11, Santa will be patrolling with the Berkeley Heights Police Department and will bring a present to your child -- if you register.

To arrange for a present delivery, register by e-mail to bhpba144@gmail.com and provide your name, names of your children, home address and ...

Discarded Fireplace Ashes Caused Garage Fire in Berkeley Heights

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Discarded fireplace ashes caused a fire in the detached garage of a Mountain Avenue home on Saturday evening, Nov. 26.

Deputy Fire Chief Jim Hopkins said the fire department was dispatched to the fire at 7:06 p.m. "People were there when I arrived, dousing flames with a garden hose," he said.  At that point, the fire had "extended to the inside of the ...

Second Mosque Case Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against Bernards Twp.; Township Disputes Constitutionality

November 25, 2016

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The U.S. Justice Department this week filed a lawsuit against Bernards Township, alleging that the township violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 (RLUIPA) when it denied zoning approval to allow the Islamic Society of Basking Ridge to build a mosque on land owned by the ISBR in Liberty Corner. This second complaint follows a ...

Planner for Objecting Residents Says Berkeley Heights Cell Tower Application Should Have Been Approved First by Township Council; Zoning Board Vote Could Take Place on January 26

Edited 7:09 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ—The Berkeley Heights Board of Adjustment hearing on the 130-foot cell phone tower on  the property of Governor Livingston High School continued for more than three hours on Thursday evening in the crowded municipal building meeting room.

The meeting was highlighted by testimony by Jessica Caldwell, a professional ...

New Union County Transportation Master Plan Now Available

UNION COUNTY, NJ – The 2016 Union County Transportation Master Plan is now available as a free download from the Union County website, at ucnj.org/tmp.

The Transportation Master Plan identifies the conditions, challenges and opportunities involved in moving people and goods in and around Union County. It is designed to help develop strategies for meeting current and future demands on ...

The Spirit Rejoices: Concord Singers Winter Concert Set for Dec. 10

November 27, 2016

SUMMIT, NJ - The Concord Singers, a community women's chorus based in Summit, will present a concert of Holiday sacred and secular music entitled "The Spirit Rejoices''. Works by Bach and Elgar will be featured, as well as the Porpora Magnificat, accompanied by strings and continuo.  Arrangements of well-known spirituals, carols and Jewish songs will round out the ...

Faith Lutheran Receives Group Volunteer of Year Award

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - The Health Care Association of New Jersey has awarded a team from Faith Lutheran Church in New Providence its Group Volunteer of Year Award for the team’s work at Broadway House for Continuing Care in Newark.  The award was given at the Annual Convention of the Health Care Association of New Jersey, which took place at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City.

Second Mosque Case Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against Bernards Twp.; Township Disputes Constitutionality

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The U.S. Justice Department this week filed a lawsuit against Bernards Township, alleging that the township violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 (RLUIPA) when it denied zoning approval to allow the Islamic Society of Basking Ridge to build a mosque on land owned by the ISBR in Liberty Corner. This second complaint follows a ...

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Registration Begins Next Week for Indoor Riding Lessons at Lord Stirling Stable in Basking Ridge

December 3, 2016

BASKING RIDGE, NJ – Winter weather doesn't have to mean the end of horseback riding for equestrians in Basking Ridge and nearby. The Somerset County Park Commission has announced that registration will begin next Saturday, Dec. 10, for a 10-week session of Winter Horseback Riding Classes at Lord Stirling Stable, 256 S. Maple Ave. in Basking Ridge.

Lessons are ...

Holiday Specials for Personal Training

Stay active this winter and get in shape for the spring!  Whether you are looking for a meaningful gift or a way to get healthy, the Summit Area YMCA has a variety of options that will be sure to help you and your family reach your goals this winter season! Take advantage of our holiday personal training specials available at both the Summit YMCA and Berkeley Heights YMCA to get healthy and ...

Cures Bill Passes, Securing Lance Victories

 Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today hailed passage of the 21st Century Cures Act in the U.S. House.  Lance, the chair of the Congressional Rare Disease Caucus and a member of the Energy and Commerce Health Committee, praised the landmark bill which has been two years in the making:

“This legislation is for anyone who has lost a loved one from cancer,  had a ...

Annual Christmas Community Celebration: 'Night of Songs and Carols' is Dec. 8

"Tis the Season," with these words we continue to celebrate all that we are thankful for and share the joy and spirit of Christmas.  A tradition that has taken its place in the "not to be missed" events in Berkeley Heights is the Christmas Community Concert hosted by Westminster Presbyterian Church. 

This year's event is on Thursday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 ...

BH Town Council, Where's the Zero?

November 23, 2016

To the editor: 

In a recent Mayor’s Roundtable, the town council mentioned that Berkeley Heights uses zero-based budgeting. The Nov 17, 2016 stream of the Mayor's Roundtable explained the budgeting process and made it clear that Berkeley Heights is not using ZBB by any definition of the term.  

Our council used to have five or six budget review meetings to publicly go ...

Unwanted guests leave a bad taste

Dear Editor,

Last Friday night, six friends gathered at a local Italian restaurant to catch up about the week's surprise events and enjoy each other's company.   Our dinner was interrupted by a surprise serving of bigotry and intolerance.

A different couple, strangers who had just ended their dinner, approached our table and interjected their opposing views on the ...

Union County Community Pulls Together for Pollinators

November 20, 2016

A multi-age civic partnership is transforming a roadside parcel of County parkland into a lush, natural habitat for the endangered Monarch butterfly and many other valuable pollinators including butterflies, bees and birds.

“This new meadow will serve as a valuable teaching tool for the thousands of children and adults who visit Trailside every year,” said Chairman Bruce H. Bergen.

My Epic Beauty Fails

One day as I was looking around a high-end cosmetics store for a new lipstick, a “beauty expert” approached me and said that I was so stunning I should forget the lipstick, and get a lip plumper instead. At first I wondered why I needed a lip plumper if I was already so stunning. But then I thought, “Now here is someone wearing a badge that says, ‘beauty expert,’ so ...

The Mayor's Roundtable November Edition

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Mayor's Round Table is a monthly show hosted by Dr. Donald DeFabio, who sits with Mayor Robert Woodruff to talk about current issues that affect the township as well as answer questions submitted by citizens. 

Included in this episode are discussions regarding the next step to creating a Peppertown Park committee; Board of Education ...

Shannon's six week transformation story

Shannon just finished her 6 Week Transformation, here were her results: 

Dropped 2 Pant sizes
Energy Level went from a 2 to a 9
Confidence level from a 5 to a 9

She was very happy and satisfied with these results, but the best result was taking her focus off the scale! For years Shannon only measured her success for her health by weight loss.

When we sat down in the ...

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Sun, December 4, 5:00 AM

Summit YMCA, Summit

Merry Fitness – A Program To Get You Through The ...

Health & Wellness

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Take Care of Yourself This Holiday Season at ...

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Sun, December 4, 11:00 AM

Bryant Park, Summit

Ugly Sweater Family Fun Run

Food & Drink Health & Wellness

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Sun, December 4, 12:30 PM

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Mah Jongg

Arts & Entertainment

Sun, December 4, 1:00 PM

Summit Free Public Library, Summit

Jewelry Sale to benefit the Friends of the Summit ...

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Open House - 8 Christy Lane, Springfield, NJ

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Which is Best: Lump Sum or Pension Annuity?

Is a lump sum offer from an employer a better choice than a pension annuity for life? The former provides an immediate up-front amount (say $300,000), but the pension annuity gives you a stream of payments for life (example: $1,350 per month). A number of employers dangle a lump sum offer to employees in part to remove future liabilities from their balance sheets. It’s tempting for ...

Chris Brown Named President at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties is proud to announce the appointment of Chris Brown to President of the 21-office real estate brokerage headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey. Previously serving as Executive Vice President and General Sales Manager, Brown is a member of the company’s ownership team along with Bill Keleher, Seymour and Nancy Litwin, and Steve Janett.

Local Students Lend a Hand at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Gov. Livingston seniors Hannah Probst and Gillian Mitreuter walk in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade for the second yea.. Last year they were a part of the 'All star' baseball clown group and this year they were a part of the first ever Girl Scout float group.

"It was such an honor walking with the Girl Scout's inaugural float as we were both Girl Scouts ...