Virtual Girl Scout Get-Together

Call in to our Zoom meeting on Wednesdays from 3:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. and participate in our free online activities with your girl. Learn about Girl Scouts while enjoying fun, hands-on activities for girls entering grades K-3.

Virtual Activities 

June 17 - Girl Scouts Tea Party: Enjoy tea and participate in a special
community service project.

Parents must register at https://bit.ly/GSgettogethers

After registering, parents will receive a link to the meeting and list of materials to make the projects. (Most materials are readily available in the home). For more information, call (973) 248-8200, or email customercare@gsnnj.org

 

Contact Information
  1. Customer Care
  2. (973) 248-8200
  3. customercare@gsnnj.org
Wed, June 17
3:00 pm — 3:30 pm
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community service project.

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Sparta Police: Speeding and Weaving Gets DWI for NY Man

January 12, 2021

SPARTA, NJ – A Glen Spay, New York man is facing drunk driving charges after being stopped on Route 15 for weaving and speeding.  On January 10 around 9 p.m. Officer Brian Porter stopped Piotr Mikolajcak,52  for driving up to 76 MPH in a 55 MPH zone and not being able to stay in his lane, police said.

When speaking with the driver, Porter smelled alcohol on Mikolajcak’s ...

Sparta Women's Club Participates in Wreath's Across America

January 8, 2021

SPARTA, NJ-Members of the Sparta Woman’s Club took part in the national initiative Wreaths Across America.  Joining with citizens across the country on December 19 the Sparta women joined with members of the McAfee Fire Department and the cemetery sponsors Vietnam Veterans of America Wallkill Valley Chapter #1002, laying wreaths at the Northern New Jersey Veterans Memorial Cemetery, ...

Sparta High School Students Give the Gift of Warmth to Veterans

SPARTA, NJ- Two local young men made a donation of warmth to veterans just after Christmas.  Sparta High School freshmen Tahg Herbison and Patrick Dunn collected more than 100 warm hats, gloves and socks for veterans in need according to Sparta VFW Commander Pete Litchfield.

“These young men are an example of community,” Litchfield said. “From all veterans we thank you ...

Commissioner Sylvia Petillo

January 11, 2021

We are going to assume that Sylvia Petillo, the director of the Sussex County Board of Commissioners, is a woman on intelligence.

She has a B. A. from William Paterson University, taught music education for more than 15 years, and co-owns a business with her husband.  And she's been politically involved for almost two decades. 

So we were absolutely gobsmacked this morning ...

Brian Sicknick, New Jersey Native and Capitol Police Officer, Dies from Injuries Sustained in Riot

January 8, 2021

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ - Since he was a young man Brian Sicknick wanted to be a police officer.  After serving in the Air Force National Guard, Sicknick became a Capitol Police Officer in Washington, DC in 2008.  Yesterday, he lost his life after being attacked by rioters who invaded the Capitol on Tuesday.  He was struck with a fire extinguisher, and he was gassed, ultimately ...

Love Your Frontline Worker FREE Event!

TEAM NEST BUILDER is proud to be hosting a Love Your Frontline Worker event. Do you have a favorite Frontline Worker who lives OR works in Sparta? Nominate them today to "show the love" and have them be entered to win a FREE Mani/Pedi at Nail Q in Sparta!

Nominations may be submitted through 2/15/2021 (multiple entries permitted).
All nominees must either live or work in ...

New Jersey Date Night: Get Comfortable at These Good Old-Fashioned Diners

January 14, 2021

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

A new year is upon us and optimistically one may believe that the possibilities are endless. Granted we just came off a year so horrific that it makes Divorce Court look better than Disneyland, so it’s reasonable to be a little trepidatious. But then again, aiming for the positive is a mindset that ...

Last Chance to Register for Free Virtual Panel Discussion Featuring Distinguished COVID-19 Experts

January 13, 2021

TAPinto will host a panel discussion featuring distinguished COVID-19 experts on Thursday, January 14, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. This virtual gathering is free for attendees, but registration is required. 

The panel, presented by Atlantic Health System and moderated by Communications Consultant Bruno Tedeschi, will feature Dr. Michelle Cholankeril, ...

Sussex County Commissioners Denounce Violence at the Capitol Building

(Newton, NJ) In the wake of the violence on Jan. 6 at the United States Capitol Building, the Sussex County Board of County Commissioners shared the following statement: "What we witnessed in our nation’s capital last week has no place in our nation. Violence in the wake of elections is unacceptable and threatens our institutions and values,"stated Commissioner Deputy ...

Out With the Old In With the New

It is that time of year again. Where we sign up for gym memberships and then drive home disgruntled because on the first day of our January resolution the Lifecycle bikes to nowhere are fully occupied and there is a line for seaweed and kale shakes at the juice bar.

The good news is that the gyms are not open, so now there is a legitimate reason not to workout at all.

The bad news is that ...

Brian Sicknick, New Jersey Native and Capitol Police Officer, Dies from Injuries Sustained in Riot

January 8, 2021

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ - Since he was a young man Brian Sicknick wanted to be a police officer.  After serving in the Air Force National Guard, Sicknick became a Capitol Police Officer in Washington, DC in 2008.  Yesterday, he lost his life after being attacked by rioters who invaded the Capitol on Tuesday.  He was struck with a fire extinguisher, and he was gassed, ultimately ...