Make a Child's Wish Come True at Livingston Mall's Holiday Wish Wall

December 15, 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ — This holiday season, the Livingston Mall partnered with foster homes and community organizations that help children in need to create a Holiday Wish Wall, where children were invited to write down holiday wish in hopes that shoppers might purchase a gift card and grant their wish.

The Livingston Mall, which will display the Holiday Wish Wall in the upper level of ...

CycleBar Livingston Ride to Benefit Lung Transplant Recipient

LIVINGSTON, NJ — CycleBar Livingston is hosting a fundraising ride to benefit Chelsea
Gaynes, a young woman waiting for a double lung transplant, on Dec. 16 at 3:30 p.m. The cost to participate in the ride is $50.

Nearly 100 percent of proceeds will benefit Chelsea, as her family struggles to pay for her medical care.
Gaynes suffers from Lymphangioleiomyomatosis ...

Local Teen and Therapy Dog Bring Smiles to Those in Need

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Since her father’s death two years ago, local 16-year-old Heather McGuire has dedicated her time to “turning tragedies into triumphs” by giving back to the community alongside her certified therapy dog, Bella. 

Only a week after losing her father to a heart attack after he had been battling Stage IV cancer for nearly a year, Heather also lost her ...

Livingston Youth & Community Services Holiday Drive Ends Friday

LIVINGSTON, NJ – There is still time to participate in the 2017 Livingston Youth & Community Services (LYCS) Leaders “Toys 4 Tots” holiday drive, which ends on Dec. 15. 

Those who would like to donate should drop off toys at any of the following collection locations: Livingston Town Hall, the Livingston Senior/Community Center (first and second levels), Heritage ...

Israel Bonds New Jersey to Honor Local Health Professionals

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Saint Barnabas Medical Center’s (SBMC) Dr. Stuart Geffner of Livingston and Morristown Medical Center’s Dr. Renee Frankel of Short Hills will be honored at this year’s Health Professionals Dinner at Crystal Plaza on Monday, hosted by Israel Bonds New Jersey.

Geffner, the Director of Renal and Pancreas Transplant Surgery at SBMC since 1995, has ...

Retiring Officer Gary Mankowitz Reflects on 25 Years with the Livingston Police Department

LIVINGSTON, NJ — After serving on the Livingston Police Department (LPD) for 25 years and being an instrumental member of the Community Policing Unit (CPU) since 2008, Livingston Police Officer Gary Mankowitz retired from the LPD last week.

As Livingston’s first CPU officer, Mankowitz has been an integral part of the Livingston community and said he is grateful to have made so ...

Livingston Camuso Holiday Display is Lit for the First Time in 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Instrumental members of the Camuso Collection Preservation Committee had the honor of officially lighting the Camuso display at the Livingston Memorial Oval on Saturday, where hundreds of residents attended a ceremony to kick off the holiday season.

Throughout the event, guests donated funds to the Burn Center at Saint Barnabas Medical Center (SBMC), which helped ...

Livingston Holiday Decorations Committee Seeks Support of Community

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Holiday Decorations Committee’s annual “Winter Wonderland” display is officially up throughout the Township of Livingston, but because the display is only made possible through donations, the committee is looking to the community for help in order to continue the tradition.

“The committee is concerned that if contributions ...

Horseneck Motorcycle Riding Club Hosts Event for Livingston's Shining Stars Program

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston’s Horseneck Motorcycle Riding Club, which sets aside one day each quarter to perform acts of charity within the local community, joined Livingston's Adaptive Recreation Department and its Shining Stars families for a morning of motorcycle fun last weekend at Monmouth Court.

Families participating in Shining Stars, an adaptive after-school program for ...

Livingston's Camuso Elves Set to Work on 2017 Holiday Display

LIVINGSTON, NJ — As Thanksgiving came to an end, work began for Livingston’s Camuso Elves, who spent the weekend at the Oval setting up the Camuso Holiday Display in anticipation of opening night on Dec. 2, Santa’s arrival on Dec. 9 and the Menorah lighting ceremony on Dec. 14.

The Starline Dancers return for the annual lighting ceremony on Saturday, which will include hot ...

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