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4th Annual Easter Fun Fest in Madison, March 31st

The Madison Chamber of Commerce is preparing to bring the Easter Bunny and plenty of candy and toy-filled Easter eggs to downtown businesses during its 4th Annual Easter Fun Fest on Saturday, March 31 from 11am to 12:30pm.  

Children and their parents are encouraged to bring their Easter baskets and visit participating downtown businesses to collect candy and toy-filled eggs.  The event is free of charge.

Children can visit with the roaming Easter Bunny and enter to win a new bicycle donated by Peter Daniele of Rose City Collision, 291 Main Street, and provided by the Madison Bicycle Shop, 14 Kings Road.  

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The Chamber of Commerce will also raffle off special gifts provided by Madison businesses.  The gifts will be displayed at the Chamber booth on the corner of Waverly Pl. and Main St.

“This is a fun family event and it shows support of our local businesses.” said Chamber Vice President Peter Daniele of Rose City Collision.  

Participating businesses will feature balloons on their doors denoting participation.

For more information please contact Madison Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Karen Meyer at info@madisonnjchamber.org or at 973-377-7830.  Also visit the Chamber website at www.madisonnjchamber.org.

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The Madison Area YMCA’s “The Mind Matters 5K: Mentally Healthy One Stride at a Time” is Wednesday, May 16

April 26, 2018

Calling all runners! Lace up your running shoes for a great cause. On Wednesday, May 16, 2018, the Madison Area YMCA will host "The Mind Matters 5K: Mentally Healthy One Stride at a Time” and 1-mile family fun run/walk on the campus of Giralda Farms in Madison. This is the 22nd year that Pfizer has served as the lead corporate sponsor of the race.

 

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Letter to the Editor: Don't Complain. Vote!

April 14, 2018

Don’t Complain; Vote!

It’s no secret that people have strong feelings about what’s happening in our country. It’s also true that much of politics is local. In November, 11th District residents will have the opportunity to choose a new congressional representative who will not only serve as a critical check on the federal level, but also determine how our distract fares ...