Community Life

Randolph Senior Picnic Well Attended, Video Footage Included

Randolph Township Senior Picnic 2017 Credits: Delia Vince-cruz

Randolph, NJ- The seniors had their Annual Randolph Senior Picnic for residents aged 60 and over was held on Tuesday, Sept. 12 from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at Brundage Park. Approximately 110 seniors attended the BBQ which was catered by Picnic Depot in Flanders. 

There was a wide variety of delicious food, the seniors ate, mingled and danced to DJ Nick Galletta's music selection.  After the dancing stopped, everyone was treated to Cliff's Homemade Ice Cream.

The weather was beautiful and the seniors enjoyed a day of good food, good friends and a day out.

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The event was organized by Barbara Lukavich, Parks and Recreation Services Coordinator.  

Also attending the event were Mayor Chris Carey, Deputy Mayor Mark Forstenhausler, Councilwoman Joanne Veech, Councilman Jim Loveys, Councilman Mike Guadagno, Town Manager Steve Mountain, Russ Newman, Director of Parks, Recreation, Community Services, and Jeanne Montemarano, Assistant Director.  

 

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