Relief Efforts

Weichert Realtors & Florham Park PBA
Florham Park

Members of the Weichert Realtors-Short Hills office collected donations for Florham Park’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort Program, which were then transported to Texas by the Florham Park police department.

Associates of the Weichert Short Hills office pose with members of the Florham Park police and fire departments.

Charitable Donation

City Green
Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas

Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas presented a check for $1,000 to City Green, a Clifton-based, non-profit organization dedicated the establishment of urban farms and gardens in northern New Jersey’s cities. To raise funds, Spuntino donated $1 for every dish sold from its Local Harvest menu throughout August.

Brian McAllister, Jasmine Moreano, Jennifer Papa, Michel Desjardins.

Doggy Dash

The Seeing Eye of Morristown
Lidgerwood Park

The Seeing Eye of Morristown, a Seeing Eye dog training facility, recently commemorated Blindness Awareness Month with a 5K run/walk, doggy pageant and costume contest, and various raffles. Funds raised will be used for the training of guide dogs for the 260+ visually impaired individuals who visit the facility every year.

Tiara and Chaun Willis, Ernest Jones and George Moore from 4 Aces Entertainment provide music.

Two Seeing Eye dogs cheer on the runners.

5K participants pose for a quick photo.

Ribbon Cutting

Jag Physical Therapy
Downtown Chatham

Twelve years after he opened the first JAG Physical Therapy location in West Orange, Chatham resident John Gallucci Jr. brought the business to his hometown. Located on Main Street, the 4,600-square-foot facility features state-of-the-art equipment and a dedicated conference center for injury prevention programs and educational seminars.

Michael Evangelist, Karen Swartz, Mayor Bruce Harris, John Gallucci Jr., Dawn and Stephanie Gallucci, Jaclyn Levowsky.

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Grab some popcorn and head to the MILLBURN FILM FESTIVAL at Millburn High School to view movies created by local students. The event begins with a red carpet premiere at 7:30 p.m.; all proceeds go...

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