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Fundraiser at Roxbury Diner for Color Fun Run

March 20, 2017

ROXBURY, NJ - A fundraiser for the annual Roxbury Color Fun Run is taking place today (March 20) at Roxbury Diner in Succasunna.

The diner, a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor, will donate to the Roxbury High School Interact Club 10 percent of the tab from all customers who present a copy of this flyer:

The fundraiser is for Monday, March 20 only.

This year's Color Fun Run, ...

It's Gone Today, Hair Tomorrow for Generous Roxbury Girl

ROXBURY, NJ – Many young girls wouldn’t dream of cutting their long hair, a prized element of their image, an attribute they nurture.

Ask their brothers. Between the blow-drying, the conditioning, the straightening and the general fussing, a long-haired young girl can tie-up a family bathroom for extended periods.

Roxbury 5th Grader Alexandra Porter had fairly long, brown ...

Roxbury Students Plan All-Nighter to Fight Kid Cancer

ROXBURY, NJ - Some Roxbury High School students are hoping to dance their way to $20,000 in donations for childhood cancer research.

In doing so, the kids participating in the annual Roxbury High School Mini-THON on April 7 will be among more than 70,000 students nationwide, according to Four Diamonds, a program at PennState Health Children’s Hospital. Money raised by the Mini-THON is ...

"George to the Rescue" TV Team Unveils Roxbury Home Upgrade

ROXBURY, NJ – The crew of the “George to the Rescue” television program on Monday unveiled the improvements it made, using local contractors, at the Succasunna home of Levi Spencer, a boy born with spina bifida.

As Roxbury police blocked off a section of Condit Street, a crowd that included those contractors - as well as public officials - gathered at the Spencer home for the ...

Roxbury VFW Enjoys Good Turnout at Irish Food Fundraiser

ROXBURY, NJ – There was a good turnout Sunday at the third annual VFW Post 2833 Corned Beef and Cabbage fundraiser.

Green was everywhere at the event, including in the cash drawer. Even before members of the post in Kenvil stopped serving food, the folks in charge of counting the number of dinners sold this year said they were doing better than they did in 2016.

“We’re ...

Woodsy Succasunna Boy Finds Dog Lost in Roxbury Swamp

ROXBURY, NJ – Christina Kropifko said she never cried as much as she did Thursday night after her little dog, with a snowstorm approaching, got lost in the swampy woods of Succasunna.

Kropifko’s tears of pain turned to tears of joy the next day when a local kid familiar with those woods, spotted little Missy’s tracks and followed them to the scared and frightened ...

St. Therese Knights of Columbus Sets Date for Annual Charity Auction and Tricky Tray

ROXBURY, NJ - The Knights of Columbus, St. Therese Council in Succasunna has scheduled its 19th Annual Charity Live Auction and Tricky Tray for April 29.

The event, which starts at 6 p.m., will help raise money to benefit disabled citizens, senior citizens, veterans, the homeless and needy through organizations like Hope House and Catholic Charities. The K of C also supports many youth ...

Roxbury Boy Scouts Schedule Used Clothing and Toy Collection

ROXBURY, NJ - Boy Scout Troop 188 of Landing will be hosting a used clothing and small toy collection on April 8.

The event will take place 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake School, 9 Rooney Rd., Mt. Arlington.

The Scouts will be collecting wearable and useable clothing, shoes, belts, handbags, ties, linens, comforters, blankets and bicycles. Small toys and stuffed ...

Roxbury Red Dogs Launch Somerset Patriots Fundraiser

ROXBURY, NJ - The Roxbury Red Dogs 13U, 12U and 11U travel baseball teams are selling Somerset Patriots tickets for a team fundraiser.

The game is on August 5 at 7:05 p.m. Tickets are $10 each.

"Please help support the Roxbury Red Dogs and come out for a fun night of baseball, food, fireworks after the game and fun with your family and friends," said team ...

Roxbury Official's "Nitro Circus" Son Helps Spina Bifida Kid Hang with Wheelchair Athlete

ROXBURY, NJ –  Thanks to a Roxbury Township official and his high-flying son, a Succasunna boy with spina bifida saw Saturday that being unable to walk doesn't mean a person can't soar.

Roxbury Construction Official Rod Schmidt and his son - "Nitro Circus" daredevil Brandon Schmidt - pulled a few strings and helped 4-year-old Levi ...

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