Montville Area Tea Party Meeting

Discussion: The attack on our 2nd Amendment: New Jersey, Virginia and national updates and legislative status. Speaker: Anthony Colandro; owner, Gun for Hire Gun Range; Woodland Park, NJ; NRA Board Member

Contact Information
  1. Scott Russell
  2. 862-345-6127
  3. tmtpmontvillechapter@gmail.com
Thu, February 27
7:00 pm — 8:00 pm
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Discussion: The attack on our 2nd Amendment: New Jersey, Virginia and national updates and legislative status. Speaker: Anthony Colandro; owner, Gun for Hire Gun Range; Woodland Park, NJ; NRA Board Member

356 Main Road/Route 202 Montville, NJ 07045

Montville Senior House

356 Main Road/Route 202
Montville, NJ 07045

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To Whom It May Concern:

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Visit and read your ...

Montville Twp VFW Encourages Residents to Fly the Flag

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The veterans of Montville Township VFW Post 5481 wanted to ask residents to fly the flag to show unity in the face of uncertain and frightening times, Post Commander Ken Hanzl said.

The post's 87 members, who are still mourning the recent loss of one of their comrades to the COVID-19 virus, will be flying the American flag to show support for one another during the ...

Randolph Rescue Squad to the Birthday and Celebration Rescue

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Rescue Squad has offered a very thoughtful celebration service during this difficult time. They posted the following on Social Media for the Randolph Community, and have already kicked off their social distance "parades" this week:

“Everyone has been asked to stay home, limit our movement, and keep our social distance. For kids celebrating a ...

Caldwell-West Caldwell Community Mourns Death of Middle School Principal

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CALDWELL, NJ — The Caldwell-West Caldwell (CWC) Public Schools district has announced the death of James Brown, a loving husband and father of three, after seven years serving as principal of Grover Cleveland Middle School (GCMS) and more than 20 years of employment with the district.

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Pastore won his first award for “Best supporting Actor” ...

Celebrated Music Photographer Elliott Landy Reflects on the Beginnings of his Legendary Career

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We pray for everyone's health and safety during this time. 

We are working remotely and available for all your real estate needs or anything else we can help with.

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The CARES Act and What It Means for NJ Small Businesses

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The $2.2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill is providing a lifeline for small businesses in New Jersey and across the country in states that have been hit hard by the epidemic.

The cornerstone of the legislation for business owners is a bold a $349 billion lending program for companies that are currently struggling to make payroll and pay other bills. It also provides increased ...

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It’s a true story.  Eighteen-year old high school senior, Jen, wants her own car because:

a) mom’s car isn’t often available to her.
b) taking the bus is not cool and takes longer.
c) she and her boyfriend broke up, so there goes that ride, too.

We talked about Jen’s needs versus her wants, her participation in the search and purchase of the car, and her ...

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