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Hanover Wind Symphony to Sponsor Fund-Raising Golf Outing July 10 in Parsippany

The renowned Hanover Wind Symphony will host its seventh annual fund-raising golf outing Tuesday, July 10, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Knoll West Country Club, at Knoll and Greenbank Roads, in Parsippany. Before hitting the links, golfers can enjoy a sumptuous brunch beginning at 11:30 a.m. Golfers will each receive a goodie bag, and the golf outing includes dinner as well.

According to Russell Ford, golf outing chair, “This is a great opportunity to come out and have some fun and support the Hanover Wind Symphony.”

For more than 25 years, the Hanover Wind Symphony has played to enthusiastic audiences in and around the greater Morris County region. The symphony thrives on sharing the enjoyment of music with live audiences, and helps mentor the next generation of wind musicians.

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The Hanover Wind Symphony (www.hanoverwinds.org) is a unique extension of the great American band tradition.  One of just a handful of outstanding community-based wind bands in New Jersey, the Hanover Wind Symphony is a made up of woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments exclusively. Proceeds from this golf outing will provide funding for guest soloists, purchase of new music, space rental, and transportation. Portions of this contribution are tax-deductible.

The cost for a day on the links is $150 per person, and the registration deadline is July 6. Individuals and businesses are also welcome to support the orchestra by signing up for various sponsorships.

For further information about the golf outing or sponsorship opportunities, e-mail Ford at golf@hanoverwinds.org, visit the symphony’s website at www.hanoverwinds.org, or call 973-ANDANTE.

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Chatham

A Week at the Library of The Chathams Monday, February 19 – Sunday, February 25, 2018

PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

By Galina Natenzon

Friends of the Library are continuing their book collection in preparation for Annual Book Sale.  Kids are off from school on Monday for Presidents’ Day – bring them to the library!  We have plenty for them to do.  For adults, Professor Licklider’s second lecture on North Korea will take place on Tuesday.  The ...

Imagine a Chatham Toboggan Ride from the Top of Fairmount Avenue to Main Street

Did you know….
there was a time when Chatham kids could ice skate from downtown Chatham all the way to Florham Park? And that a toboggan ride could last from the top of Fairmount Avenue down to Main Street and beyond?

Those were the days!

This was back in the early to mid-1900s. The Passaic River meandered through grassy meadows and woods on the north side of Chatham. The marshy ...

#NoMore

February 20, 2018

To the Editor,

I told my daughter I needed to write about gun violence. Know what she told me? “Mom, be sure you’re not too polarizing. People won’t listen.” She’s right. At age eleven she’s figured out that we adults need to be reminded how to speak to one another in order to fix a problem. But I have hope and belief that we can fix that discourse in our ...

AtlantiCast

AtlantiCast: Episode 12

On this week’s episode of AtlantiCast, decade of excellence makes headlines, as Atlantic Health’s place on Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For List leads off the newest episode of AtlantiCast. Also on this week’s show, check out the newest “hybrid” operating room at Morristown Medical Center and find out how Atlantic Health is helping local ...

AtlantiCast Medical Minute: Atlantic Orthopedic Institute’s Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity Center

On this episode of the AtlantiCast Medical Minute, we’ll take you inside the Atlantic Orthopedic Institute’s Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity Center, with the center’s director, Jason Lowenstein, MD.

Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M7euCp86-c

Adults Who Interact With Teens Offered Free Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

February 23, 2018

With teenage suicide rates on an upswing, a barrage of tragedies in the news, and the heightened pressures of adolescence in a media-frenzied world, it’s more important than ever for caring adults to know how to intervene effectively.

Morris County again this year is funding Youth Mental Health First Aid training through NewBridge Services for adults who regularly interact with children ...