Burgers for Benefits- supporting Randolph Regional Animal Shelter

Burgers for benefits-- dine out and support the animals at the Randolph Regional Animal Shelter!   
 
15% of orders will be donated will be donated to the shelter.  You must present ticket by email or hardcopy for donation to be applied.  Tickets also available at www.randolphregionalanimalshelter.org/events

Vegan and Vegetarian options available.

Contact Information
  1. Randolph Regional Animal Shelter
  2. 973-543-9333
  3. friends@randolphregionalanimalshelter.org
Sat, February 22
11:00 am — 10:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 02/22/2020 11:00am 02/22/2020 10:30pm America/New_York Burgers for Benefits- supporting Randolph Regional Animal Shelter

Burgers for benefits-- dine out and support the animals at the Randolph Regional Animal Shelter!

15% of orders will be donated will be donated to the shelter. You must present ticket by email or hardcopy for donation to be applied. Tickets also available at www.randolphregionalanimalshelter.org/events

Vegan and Vegetarian options available.

275 Route 10 Succasunna, NJ 07845

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275 Route 10
Succasunna, NJ 07845

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A Valentine’s Day Story: Brightview Resident Shares His 65 Year Love Story

February 13, 2020

RANDOLPH, NJ- On a June day in 1954, Mendham resident and high school senior Lee Kenny was rehearsing for his upcoming graduation in the school gym. Little did he know, a moment that would shape the next 65 years of his life was about to unfold.

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January Police Blotter Includes Mandatory Court Appearances

February 13, 2020

On 02 January  2020 – After responding to police headquarters, Carlos J. Aguilar-Castro, age 25 of Dover, NJ, was arrested by Ptl. Grosso on the strength of an outstanding ATS contempt warrant out of Hackettstown.  Mr. Aguilar-Castro was processed, advised of his mandatory court appearance date in Hackettstown Municipal Court, then released.

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Mayor Christine Carey Recognizes Randolph Rescue Squad

February 25, 2020

While serving as the Mayor of Randolph, I have the pleasure to meet many residents and work with numerous local organizations that make Randolph such a special community. 

The Randolph Rescue Squad is one such organization.  It was formally established as an independent, volunteer rescue and first aid association in 1967, and has now been serving the Randolph community for over 50 ...

Morris Sheriff Named President of Statewide Sheriff’s Association ; Sheriff James M. Gannon to Head the Sheriffs’ Association of New Jersey

February 25, 2020

RANDOLPH, NJ- Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon has been named by his peers as president of the Sheriffs’ Association of New Jersey.

He took the oath of office for a two-year term last week at special event in West Windsor Township. He succeeds the immediate past president, Ocean County Sheriff Michael G. Mastronardy.

“Sheriffs are the oldest, non-military law ...

Danielle Miller Wins Fernbrook Teacher of the Year 

February 25, 2020

RANDOLPH, NJ- Fernbrook Elementary Teacher of the Year  is Danielle Miller. Ms. Miller teaches 2nd Grade and has served the district since 2002. In addition to Fernbrook Elementary, she has taught students at Center Grove Elementary. Ms. Miller received her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education and her Master’s in Supervision and Evaluation from William Paterson University.

She ...

Randolph Speech and Debate Team Advances Record Number of Students to Octa- and Quarter-Final Rounds at Harvard’s 46th Annual National Tournament

February 21, 2020

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph High School Speech and Debate Team saw a record number of students succeed at the 46th Annual Harvard National Speech and Debate Tournament, with eight students advancing to the octafinals and one person advancing to the quarterfinals. The tournament was held the weekend of February 14-16 on the university campus. 

The team had a tremendous showing with the ...

County College of Morris Legacy Project Announces its Spring Semester Series on “War, Peace & Healing”

February 25, 2020

 RANDOLPH, NJ – The Legacy Project at County College of Morris (CCM) continues its yearlong programming on “War, Peace & Healing” with the announcement of its Spring Semester schedule. The series includes lectures, panel discussions, recordings, film and book discussions.  All events are free and open to the public. Reservations are requested by ...

CCM Receives National Award for its Support of First-Generation Students Educational Opportunity Fund Program Recognized for Record of Success

RANDOLPH, NJ – The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program at County College of Morris (CCM) has received the Silver Award of Excellence from NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education for its record of success in serving first-generation students.

The national award recognizes programs, policies, procedures, best practices and services that support students who are the ...

CCM Professor Receives National Faculty of the Year Award

Dr. Janet Eber Recognized by American Association of Community Colleges for Teaching Excellence

RANDOLPH, NJ – Dr. Janet Eber, a decades-long member of the County College of Morris (CCM) faculty and an instrumental leader in shaping the quality of teaching and learning at CCM, has been selected to receive the Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty Award from the American Association ...

$1,000 Music Scholarship

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CAR T-Cell Therapy Trial

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