New Providence Notables

October 5, 2018

Recently, two candidates of different parties showed that some causes are too important for party lines. On US Voter Registration Day, Sharing Network reminded the public, by posting on their Facebook page, there are some things we can all agree on. Elizabeth Stamler, Democratic candidate for ...

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Friends and family gather at the Italian Club in Scotch Plains to celebrate the retirement of Lt. Justine Kennedy on Saturday, September 29th.  “Thank you Lt. Justine Kennedy for your many years of dedicated service to our community. New Providence will miss you. We wish you happiness on your ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - A surprise for Mayor Al Morgan at Monday evening’s council meeting. Monday, September 24, 2018, marked the Mayor’s 64th birthday. Friends and family arrived quietly and slipped into the council meeting to wish the mayor a very happy birthday. He was surprised and a little ...

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Elefante Music and Performing Arts held an Open House on Saturday, Sept. 8 that entertained all with Demo Classes and Musical Theater Sing Alongs. Guest enjoyed the Carnival atmosphere under the grand outdoor tent with Simon the Magician, prizes and treats.   Mayor Al Morgan pictured with ...

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New Providence High School Pioneer Football program held a fundraiser at the Paca Club in New Providence. Mayor Al Morgan, born and raised in New Providence, is a lifelong Pioneer and a New Providence High School Football team supporter and fan.  “Looking forward to a very successful season! GO ...

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Mayor Al Morgan with Paca Club President Armand Galluccio don the green at the annual St. Patrick's Day Extravaganza on Saturday night at the Paca Club in New Providence. The William Paca Club is a social and civic club, originally formed during the Great Depression by a group of residents of ...

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The New Providence Office of Emergency Management opened its shelter at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, March 7, 2018, their first guest being a stranded motorist.  The storm left ¾ of New Providence without power. The shelter cared for over 325 people over the course of 6 days.  The Shelter provided, ...

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“We thank the Sharing Network of New Providence and my friend, Pete Desarno, for the tour of the Sharing Network facility. The Lions Clubs of New Providence and North Plainfield enjoyed the educational experience immensely. We thank the Sharing Network for their life saving efforts, educational ...

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The owners of Raw Made Delicious at Strawberry Fields recently held a fundraiser for the New Providence High School Marching Band. Former band parents themselves, owners Ashima Abrol and Sunil Abrol wanted to show their support for the marching band program. Receiving the proceeds from the ...

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Union County Freeholders Christopher Hudak and Angel G. Estrada present a resolution to Michele Dabal, Sue Quiroga and Elizabeth Stamler of NJ Sharing Network recognizing April as National Donate Life Month in Union County. NJ Sharing Network, based in New Providence, is the non-profit organization ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Five New Providence wrestlers earned first team Union County Mountain Conference honors and two earned honorable mention for their accomplishments in the 2016-17 season. First team wrestlers include seniors Andrew Joachim (195 lbs), Doug Chacon (182 lbs), Chris Reynolds (160 ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Girl Scouts from Allen Wood Roberts fourth grade Girl Scout Troop 40140 researched famous women and inspirational quotes to create centerpieces for the upcoming New Providence Diversity Committee Ladies Tea celebrating Women's History Month. Troop Leaders Maria Deluca and ...

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Lots of activity at Skin Deep Salon and Spa Friday evening as Salt Brook school girls prepared for a glamorous night of dancing at the Father/Daughter dance. Curls, undoes, braids and manicures were on tap, while moms enjoyed complimentary champagne and massages. A lovely evening for everyone!

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Historian and author, Bob Mayers spoke at the New Providence Historic Society fall meeting on October 20, at the DeCorso Center. Mayers spoke of the "common foot soldier' of the Continental Army who fought the War for Independence. He was also available to sign his newest book, Searching for ...

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