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Using Their Noodles

March 21, 2019

Summit Mayor Nora Radest once again unveils her super-sized ceremonial shears to herald the opening of Ani Ramen House.

Radest was joined by Ani Ramen Partner Israel Jiles, Ani Ramen Chef & Partner Julian Valencia, Ani Ramen Partner Luck Sarabhayavanija, Summit Council Member Stephen Bowman; Summit Downtown, Inc. Executive Director Nancy J. Adams; Summit Common Council ...

Champion Cagers

The Summit Basketball Club's 4th grade boy's travel squad defeted Bridgewater, 38-32, to claim the Jersey Basketball Association League Championship.

Coached by Joe DeLong and Matthew Post and managed by Claire DeLong. the title-winning team includes Owen Fagan, Ben DeLong, Tim Iacovelli, Zack Karelis, Lucas Kubeck, Theodore Mixon, Jason ...

Not So Totally Random

Students in The Connection’s AfterSchool program at Jefferson Elementary School spent time working on kindness projects to spread joy to others as part of a celebration of 'Random Acts of Kindness Day'.

Kindness is often a topic at the school: with teachers finding that the best way to teach kindness is by being an example, having consistent conversations and discussions, as ...

Congressional Compassion

Congressman Thomas Malinowski (NJ-07) joined Edward Roman, Quinn Butler and Other Fellow First Foundation Trustees Jordan Glatt and Brett Haire for lunch at the Foundation's 'home' -- the Summit Diner.

Malinowski was meeting with Edward Roman to see if he could offer any assistance to Summit resident Edward Roman and his twin brother Edwin, who have both already undergone ...

The Mighty Quinn

Summit resident Quinn Butler accepts a Certificate of Recognition from Summit Mayor Nora Radest at the March 5 Summit Common Council meeting, during which time the Council's Members gave the 18-year-old Newark Academy senior a standing ovation.

Butler took the initiative to start a GoFundMe page to support Edward and Edwin Roman, 24-year-old twin brothers and co-workers of his at ...

Park Praise

Karen Zimmerman, Awards Committee Chair for the New Jersey Recreation & Parks Association (NJRPA) and Bill Foelsch, NJRPA President, salute former City of Summit Common Council Member Dr. Robert Rubino, who was named the recipient of the organization's Fay Matheson Award for outstanding work by a volunteer to promote parks in New Jersey.

Rubino is a founding member of the ...

Moving Pictures

Clients from the SAGE Eldercare Spend-A-Day program participate in a video -- which was produced by the Visual Arts Center of Jersey (VACNJ) and will be shown at the VACNJ's spring gala -- showcasing the 'Art from the Heart' program. 'Art from the Heart' is made possible by a grant from the Summit Area Public Foundation, a community foundation that provides ...

Culture and Color

Summit Mayor Nora Radest joined Lynn Robertson-Hotz, Andrea Cruise and Ann-Marie Aymer at the Summit Free Public Library to help ring in the Year of the Pig, enjoying a colorful and festive Culture Fair which concluded a week's worth of activities celebrating Chinese New Year.

The Culture Fair included decorated Children’s and Teen areas, a ...

More Than a Dash of Collaboration

Summit Mayor Nora Radest, with oversized ceremonial ribbon-cutting scissors in tow, celebrates the opening of The Co-Co in Summit along with the business' principals Lynne Pagano, Lauren Decker, Suzanne Willian, Christine Gilfillan and Suzanne Spero.

The Co-Co is a collaborative co-learning and co-working community where members can work, learn and have fun. A women-led ...

Singing from the HEART

Presented by the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs' Music for All Seasons, and made possible, in part, by a History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands (HEART) grant from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Jazz vocalist and  pianist / composer Lou Watson performed a free concert at SAGE Eldercare.

SAGE Spend-A-Day clients and members of the public ...

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