Education

Hillside Intermediate Holds 10th Annual Celebrity Chef Event

e191bc39d55e9ed56420_M1.jpg
7b936ac518e533767b08_L.jpg
1b1f44f9f3166c660f07_P1.jpg
26d372fb685a9961d1a5_B1.jpg
8ed3de5739b0bf3306e7_B7.jpg
e526c56b8ea536b1e40a_C.jpg
f49ead7577f344d1aaa8_D.jpg
ed0a313b72eed1ae25a1_D1.jpg
0c329bdd73ddea7859e1_E1.jpg
27cf5fa44d382748a424_G.jpg
794deb38dcbf19122491_I.jpg
5bb31121db9500a1c438_J.jpg
cd508a940f6ad2263853_J1.jpg
048a9c19cae36a8ed9d5_K.jpg
22f234d495281816d6fb_K1.jpg
bbdcb7e2525029d96541_L1.jpg
bc1f122dcf03398f2001_M2.jpg
3936abaedb122e7a9e3c_N2.jpg
e5180e8daed39a37a576_O.jpg
6016f6314936c5194765_P2.jpg
fc10a8ee4edc37098f92_P3.jpg
a086ba4a500595c92450_P5.jpg
d2b2bbf705dc6071719c_R.jpg
0f55148561ca5a01fc9e_R1.jpg
5e55fc08a516dad794db_R2.jpg
3585348f9e43631950b0_S.jpg
5480d00ea5f23329321b_T.jpg
e4103509d6df05bf5b00_T1.jpg
81ea3aeea08b0e9f4d03_V.jpg
84b05223598b356333db_W.jpg
fa11eedaa3b554d6d2cf_X.jpg
5b65235a7d44e03f3ad3_Y.jpg
2fe53d65be582edb698a_Z.jpg
a278c4e1ad2503c601b2_Z1.jpg
5193111b54016631a2f1_Z2.jpg
d2e46262f6c3e12100ad_Z3.jpg
f000367154369b860009_Z4.jpg
607dd015cd8f3d07b792_Z5.jpg
42724128c047e8e1eecb_Z6.jpg
0d36f31a314394eff2b6_Z8.jpg
e191bc39d55e9ed56420_M1.jpg

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - This year marked the 10th anniversary of the annual Hillside Intermediate School Celebrity Chef Challenge, which brings together students, staff, parents and community members to share their favorite recipes and compete with the school community.

Guests were treated to a wide range of foods, and then were asked to tip the treats they enjoyed the most. The money raised provides secondary and university scholarships for the Roots & Shoots partners in Kenya and Tanzania.

The event is sponsored by the Roots & Shoots Club at Hillside, Students Raising Students, which is committed to learning about the lives of children around the world and promoting the educational rights and aspirations of all children.

Sign Up for E-News

The program’s mission is to raise awareness about the impact of poverty on the lives of children in East Africa, and to increase their educational opportunities.

— Photos by Dawn Wilde

TAP Into Another Town's News:

You May Also Be Interested In

Sign Up for E-News

Bridgewater/Raritan

Upcoming Events

Fri, February 23

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Volunteer Art Show!

Arts & Entertainment Green

Fri, February 23, 9:00 AM

The Center for Contemporary Art , Bedminster

Dan Bischoff: Critic As Artist

Arts & Entertainment

Fri, February 23, 9:00 AM

The Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster

Keepers of the Chroma: An Exhibition Regarding ...

Arts & Entertainment

Raritan Police: Warren Man Arrested for DWI and More in Police Blotter

February 17, 2018

RARITAN, NJ - A Warren man was arrested Feb. 1 for driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle violation, according to a report from Raritan Borough Police.

Wayne Krause, 68, was charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and speeding after being pulled over on Route 22 West.

Krause was processed and released pending a court appearance.

Police made other arrests for ...

Grape Expectations Hosts Wine Tastings

February 23, 2018

BRIDGEWATER, NJ – Grape Expectations, recognized as the oldest “Make Your Own Wine” establishment in Somerset County, will host wine tastings the next two weekends for those curious about wines made from grapes harvested in South Africa and Chile in South America.

Tastings are scheduled Feb 24, from noon to 4 p.m.; March 2 from 5 p.n. to 9 p.m. and March 3 from noon to 4 ...

Sen. Bateman Launches "Socks for Soldiers" Drive

February 23, 2018

SOMERVILLE, NJ - State Sen. Christopher "Kip" Bateman and his colleague Kristin M. Corrado. (R-Passaic, Bergen, Essex, Morris),  have launched a “Socks for Soldiers” drive to collect one of the most requested items by United States troops serving around the world.

“Our heroes at home and abroad need our help to stay warm and comfortable,” said Bateman, ...

'What Stays' exposes family secrets and lies

‘What Stays’ exposes family secrets, resentment and lies

By Liz Keill

SUMMIT, NJ – In an original play by Laura Ekstrand and Jason Szamreta, the Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre has provided an enlightening, funny and heart-felt view of family foibles.

Ekstrand has said that the germ of the play came from conversations with the ensemble members of the troupe, based on ...