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St. Patrick School Welcomes New Student Council Leaders with 2017 Installation Ceremony

St. Patrick School Student Council Credits: St. Patrick School

The St. Patrick School community welcomed its new student council leadership with an installation ceremony held on Tuesday, September 19. The ceremony opened with a processional song “We Are Called” and presentation of the seven student officers and ten class representatives accompanied by Student Council Moderators/Teachers Nancy Johnson, Maureen Pridham, and Caitlin Dickinson. 

Principal Dr. Christine Ross presented the students with their leadership pins which was illuminated by a ceremonial candle lighting. The student leadership were subsequently sworn in with the oath of office.  Finally, the presentation of the traditional gavel was presented to President and 8th Grader student Molly Farrell, who then charmed the St. Patrick School community with her spirited inaugural address delivery speaking on behalf of her fellow student council members.

The ceremony concluded with a blessing from Father Bob Mitchell and a song, “Go Make a Difference” led by Music Ministry Director, Mrs. Maggie Hanson.

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Newly inducted Student Council Officers include Principal’s Representative / Liaison Alex Greene, President Molly Farrell, Co Vice-Presidents Brian Boler and Molly McHugh, Secretary Ceara Murphy, Treasurer John Shalhoub, Historian Patrick Feit 

St. Patrick School Student Council includes Class Representatives Graciana Meulener and   Katie Pignatello, fourth grade; Leah Costa and Joseph DiRienzo fifth grade; Christopher Martin   and   Matthew Shaffer sixth grade; Jack Angelica and Mary Kate Bolster seventh grade; Hannah Kajor and Erin Stoffel eighth grade.




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


At the latest meeting of the Library of The Chathams Board of Trustees on February 27, Chatham Township Representative Kevin Sullivan administered the oath of office to Thomas E. Browne and Bill Holmes.  Welcome on board (pun intended), Tom and Bill!  Here is the complete list of current members:

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A Week at the Library of The Chathams Monday, March 12 – Sunday, March 18, 2018


By Galina Natenzon

After the storm of the Annual Friends’ Book Sale (no, not the snowstorm), the library is returning to relative peace and quiet.  The sale continues with Bag Sale ($8 for a large bag of books) on Monday, Tuesday, and until most books are sold.

For information about all programs or to sign up, please call the library at 973‑635‑0603 or go ...

Proud of Chatham Township Residents During "Weather Events"

March 13, 2018

To the Editor

As I watch the next “Weather Event” cross my computer screen I am compelled not to roll my eyes in hopelessness to but reflect on the incredible response of helpfulness I have seen throughout the Chatham Township Community over the last several days. 

We are a rural community with dozen of miles of winding road yet we have seen our volunteer first ...


AtlantiCast: Episode 13

On this episode of AtlantiCast, new clinical studies in the fields of cardiology and immunotherapy, national and statewide recognitions for Atlantic Health System medical centers and the inaugural AtlantiCast Collab Challenge!


Chatham Township Committee Advises Residents to Take Precautions During Winter Storm Toby

March 20, 2018

Municipal Offices Will Be Closed on Wednesday; Residents Are Reminded
To Stay Off Snow Covered Roads; No Overnight Street Parking; Contact JCP&L
Immediately If They Lose Power; Clear a Perimeter Around Fire Hydrants;

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CHATHAM TOWNSHIP, NJ – March 20, 2018 – The Chatham Township Committee advised residents to take all necessary ...