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Chatham Key Club Raises Funds for Outreach Program at Chatham Farmers' Market

October 20, 2018

@CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Key Club has been raising funds to support "The Outreach Program" by selling treats at the Chatham Borough Farmers' Market on Saturdays.

A year ago, the CHS Key Club raised $14,500 and packaged 50,000 meals for families in need. This year, the goal is to raise $17,250 in order to provide 50,000 meals and also make a donation to the Community Food Bank ...

Chatham Football Players & Cheerleaders Set Up Pumpkin Patch at Chatham Presbyterian Church; Funds Help Fight Hunger

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham football coach Dan Czepiga directed his players and the CHS cheerleaders joined in on Wednesday afternoon, unloading the pumpkins for the 2018 Chatham Presbyterian Church "Pumpkin Patch."

The Chatham Presbyterian Church buys pumpkins of all sizes from the Navajo Indians in New Mexico, and the net proceeds from the sale are divided ...

Chatham Township Hosts Out of the Darkness Suicide Awareness And Fundraising Walk Event

CHATHAM TOWNSHIP, NJ - Chatham Township Mayor, Curt Ritter, partnered with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, to host the "Out Of The Darkness" walk to raise funds and awareness about mental illness and suicide prevention.

"Over the past three years, we've raised over $200,000, which is truly remarkable," said Mayor Ritter

AFSP New Jersey Area Director, ...

Chatham Emergency Squad Unveils New Website; Modern Look Focuses on Volunteer Recruitment and Community Donations

CHATHAM, NJ – The Chatham Emergency Squad, an all-volunteer organization providing medical assistance and transport to Chatham Borough and Chatham
Township residents and its visitors 365 days a year, has unveiled a new website to showcase the depth and breadth of services provided in the Chatham community.

“The new site provides a modern look and feel, highlighting the amazing ...

Chatham Relative of George Shepard Page Recognized for Restoring Stanley Park Sign, Landscaping

CHATHAM, NJ - The before and after photos pretty much say it all. With the help of Sarah W. Stanley, the signage and landscaping at Stanley Park on River Road have been vastly improved.

Stanley was recognized with a resolution of appreciation for her "generous and thoughtful contribution" at the regular meeting of the Borough of Chatham Council on Monday night.

The 22-year ...

Chatham's Third Annual "Out of the Darkness" Community Walk Rings Up $60,000 for Suicide Prevention

CHATHAM, NJ - Curt Ritter is thankful that he doesn't know anyone personally who has taken their own life.

That hardly matters, however, to the Chatham Township Mayor who has dedicated himself to doing all he can to prevent the tragedy of suicide. That was evident at the third annual "Out of the Darkness" community walk held at Cougar Field on Saturday afternoon.

It is hard ...

Chatham's Fourth Annual Sunshine Striders 1-Mile Fun Run Set for Saturday, Sept. 29; Benefits Rare Cancer Research

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham kids and their families have contributed more than $45,000 to rare cancer research through funds raised with the Sunshine Striders 1-Mile Fun Run and Chathamites are set to run again on Saturday, Sept. 29, when the fourth annual event is held.

The event is free, with a suggested donation of $25 per participant. Each kid participant will receive a race t-shirt and a ...

Chatham 8th Grader Raises $1500 for Victims of 9/11; Finishes 4th in His Age Group in 9/11 Heroes Run

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Joseph Shuster, a 13-year-old Chatham Middle School eighth-grader, raised $1,500 for 9/11 victims on Saturday.

Shuster placed fourth in his age group in the Johnson & Johnson 9/11 Heroes 5K run.

Also participating was his father, Brian Shuster, who is an employee of Johnson & Johnson.


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The Madison Area YMCA’s 17th Annual Bocce Invitational Champions: Aristocrats Tournament Raised More Than $32,000 for Health and Wellness Programs   

October 21, 2018

MADISON, NJ - Congratulations to the Madison Area YMCA’s 17th Annual Charity Bocce Invitational Tournament champions, The Aristocrats.

Hosted by the Forum Club and the Toto family, the Bocce Invitational raised more than $32,000 for health and wellness programs such as LIVESTRONG at the YMCA for cancer survivors, the Diabetes Prevention Program, the Community Mental Health ...