Livingston Neighbors Helping Neighbors Shares Successes and Future Goals

June 22, 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ— Board members of Livingston Neighbors Helping Neighbors (LNHN), which is on a mission to “support township residents struggling with unexpected hardship by providing short-term financial assistance and a variety of in-kind support,” gave their first official presentation on Monday to the Livingston mayor and council, who were all impressed and eager to ...

Local High School Students Honored with NCJW/Essex Volunteer Awards

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Thomas Salandra of West Caldwell and Max Prince of North Caldwell were recently presented with the Nancy and Robert Eskow The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)/Essex Volunteer Award, bestowed to select graduating high school seniors from Essex County who have shown a commitment and dedication to making life better for others locally or globally.

For reflecting the ...

Livingston Residents Celebrated for Volunteerism and Service to Community

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In addition to honoring longtime volunteer Joel Lightner with the prestigious Lifetime Award, which requires more than 4000 hours of community service, Livingston Youth and Community Services (LYCS) also celebrated a handful of local volunteers with the President's Volunteer Service Award, an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service ...

LTV Says Goodbye to Longtime Volunteer and Lifetime Award Winner Joel Lightner

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Volunteerism in the Township of Livingston was celebrated once again last week when longtime resident Joel Lightner received a citation from the mayor and council on the occasion of his retirement from service on the Livingston Public Broadcasting committee as well as the prestigious Lifetime Award and medal from Livingston Youth and Community Services (LYCS).

Mayor ...

Livingston Teenager to Throw First Pitch at Mets vs. Nationals Game Thursday

QUEENS, NY - In honor of the 15th annual enCourage Kids Night at Citi Field, which supports the organization’s kids, families and hospital partners, Livingston resident Danielle Sass will throw the first pitch for the New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals game at Citi Field on June 15.

Last year, more than 800 people, including 380 enCourage Kids and their families, enjoyed the event, ...

Big "L" Club Honors Livingston Senior Athletes at Second Annual Pep Rally

SEE ABOVE: Photos of LHS Senior Athletes with their Awards

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Only hours before the Livingston High School (LHS) Class of 2017 paraded off to prom on Thursday, the seniors enjoyed a breakfast ceremony and pep rally hosted by the Big “L” Club, which announced its annual scholarship recipients and three gifts to the Livingston Athletic Program: the Big ...

Livingston Summerfest Launches Season with Food Trucks, Crafters and Music

LIVINGSTON, NJ – More than two-dozen food trucks offering an assortment of food and drink options from frozen chocolate-covered cheesecake to Sicilian rice balls were some of the main attractions at the second annual Livingston Summerfest, whch drew thousands of people to the high school parking lot on Saturday.

The Livingston High School parking lot served as the site for Summerfest, ...

CareOne at Livingston Assisted Living Resident Celebrates 101st Birthday

LIVINGSTON, NJ — CareOne Assisted Living in Livingston celebrated the 101st birthday of resident Mary Salaway, originally from Bayonne, over the past week.

Mayor Shawn Klein stopped by the facility on Friday to wish her a happy birthday, followed by her family, who celebrated her real birthday on June 5 with her meal of choice: hot dogs and cake.

“I was excited to channel ...

Livingston Board of Education Celebrates Retirees, Welcomes New Staff for 2017-18

LIVINGSTON, NJ – Students from the Livingston High School String Ensemble opened a special Livingston Board of Education (LBOE) meeting on Monday as 26 Livingston Public Schools (LPS) teachers, administrators and support staff entered the annals of the LPS history books as retirees and five new administrators were welcomed to the LPS community.

The students performed two musical numbers ...

Livingston Students Honored for Service to Advisory Committee for Disabilities

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston High School seniors Lawrence Lerman and Emma Greenberg were recently recognized by the Livingston mayor and council for their many years of service to the Livingston Advisory Committee for Disabilities (LACD).

LACD chair Bob Gebroe said no one will be able to fill these two students’ shoes once they graduate at the end of the month. He also ...

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