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Sticker Shock Campaign: Stopping the Sale of Alcohol to Minors

Chatham Borough Police Commanding Officer Brian Gibbons and Community Services Officer Brian Colatrella; MACC volunteer Jane Devlin; MCC Allison Bardon and MCC volunteer Marilyn Musielski.  Credits: Madison Area YMCA
Credits: Madison Area YMCA

Volunteers from the Madison Chatham Coalition and Municipal Alliance Committee of the Chathams, Chatham Borough law enforcement and Chatham High School students came together on May 24 to participate in Sticker Shock, a campaign designed to deter the sale of alcoholic beverages to underage kids.

Chatham alcohol retailers Bottle King, Hickory Wine Cellars, Cottage Deli and USA Wine Traders Club participated in this important event.

The Madison Chatham Coalition is funded by the Office of National Drug Control Policy and is a collaborative partnership between the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America. For more information about the Madison Chatham Coalition, please visit


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Madison Area YMCA Charity Golf Outing and Dinner Reception to Send More Kids than Ever to Summer Camp

June 22, 2018

The Madison Area YMCA’s 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic and “Camp for One, Camp for All” dinner reception held at Morris County Golf Club in Morristown will send more children to summer camp than ever before. Event proceeds exceeded $100,000.

Citi Global Markets was the presenting sponsor. Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse were tournament sponsors.

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AtlantiCast Episode 17

On this week’s AtlantiCast, it’s National Men’s Health Month, so check out important health tips for you or the men in your life, learn about groundbreaking research into breast cancer treatment that could mean an end to chemotherapy for some patients, meet a local sports hero who’s living his baseball dreams thanks to Goryeb Children’s Hospital and much ...

Cool Ways to Save Money This Summer

As the summer temperatures rise, home cooling costs rise as well. But there are ways to help save money without sweating the heat:

To increase your cooling system’s efficiency by as much as 20%, get it checked out for summer.  A technician will clean the condenser, make sure you have the optimal amount of refrigerant, and ensure the airflow over the coil is ...