MONTVILLE, NJ - The Kiwanis Club of Montville has announced the resurrection of the adopt a hydrant program. The Kiwanis Club has partnered with the township’s water and sewer department, and will spearhead the program.
The goal is to paint about one third of the townships hydrants each year in a multi year program. Kiwanis will enlist the help from other township organizations such as Key Club, Scouts, and other civic organizations. Individuals who wish to paint a hydrant(s) in their neighborhoods are also welcome to participate.
Kiwanis will assign the areas to be painted and maintain records as previously done by water and sewer staff. Supplies of wire brushes, paint, and paint brushes will be provided by the water and sewer department at town hall.
For organizations and individuals who wish to participate, send an email to kiwanisofmontville@gmail,com.
The Kiwanis Club of Montville, a community service group formed in June of 1978, has focused all of its activities and projects to benefit the children, and families in need, of its community and beyond.
Noteworthy accomplishments and ongoing activities include:
Installation of the playground at community park, rehabilitation of facilities at Camp Dawson, the Montville Kiwanis food pantry, annual Thanksgiving food distribution, annual Christmas caroling at senior citizens nursing homes, annual Archway and Pathways holiday party for special children and adults, annual fishing derby, Montville day, and more.
To learn more about Montville Kiwanis, contact Doug Cooper at 908-907-1112.