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  • Giving Back: Morristown National Historic Park Gets $1.3 Million Check For History - New Jersey Monthly
    Mensch Jessica McKinney second from left of Hope for the Warriors happily accepted a 132 000 check from QuickChek team members from left John Rakowski Ken Lowenstein Heather Stillman and Flip Amato Funds benefit post 9 11 service members and their families 3 Freedom For All Photo courtesy of charitable organization The Provident Bank Foundation awarded a 1 000 grant to Freedom House to support one of the nonprofit s halfway house residents There to celebrate were from left Nicole Wisniewski Provident and Glenn King and Dawn Knill Freedom House 4 A Helping Fin Photo courtesy of Lisa Johnson Founder and director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center Bob Schoelkopf left and his wife Sheila Dean gave thanks to those attending the fourth annual Dancing With Dolphins event supporting the Brigantine based nonprofit s mission to rescue sick and injured marine mammals and turtles Recommended Reading Giving Back Punkin Chunkin Raises 3 200 For St Jude Children s Research Hospital 5 Realtors Rally For Good Photo courtesy of Scott Janelli Photography Jacelyn Botti left of Weichert Realtors presented Nancy Marino center and Kerri Whetzel of the American Cancer Society with a 140 000 check to support breast cancer research Funds were raised during Weichert s 15th annual Charity Golf Outing Send pictures of your recent charitable event to socialdatebook njmonthly com for possible inclusion in an upcoming issue Read more Social Datebook articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to

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  • Giving Back: CohnReznick Foundation Supports Kids In More Ways Than One - New Jersey Monthly
    Affinity Federal Credit Union Foundation s 18th annual golf invitational with from left Charlie Johnson and Gale Cogswell of Fiserv and Scott Witherspoon of Affinity The event raised 150 000 to support local charities 3 Martha Keates Fellowship Awarded Photo courtesy of Nick Valinote Robyn Begley left chief nursing officer at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center and Audrey Fischer center president of ARMC Atlantic City Campus Auxiliary congratulate Erika Smail recipient of the 2015 Martha Keates Fellowship which comes with a 4 000 scholarship to pursue a nursing education 4 Let s Go Back 2 School Photo courtesy of Neil Katz Jill Neff right a volunteer with the National Council of Jewish Women Essex County Section helps 6 year old Chastelyn Salazar pick out a winter coat at the nonprofit s annual Back 2 School Store which helped over 600 students shop cost free for back to school supplies Recommended Reading Giving Back Punkin Chunkin Raises 3 200 For St Jude Children s Research Hospital 5 Virtual Clinic Helps Real Patients Photo courtesy of Investors Bank Dr Filomela Marshall left dean of Thomas Edison State College W Cary Edwards School of Nursing accepts a 37 500 grant from Investors Bank for the college s Virtual Clinical Simulation Program Joining her from left are John Thurber of TESC and Linda Martin and Amy Rouze of Investors Send pictures of your recent charitable event to socialdatebook njmonthly com for possible inclusion in an upcoming issue Read more Social Datebook Uncategorized articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress

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  • Giving Back: Alex's Lemonade Stand Raises $100,000 To Fight Childhood Cancer - New Jersey Monthly
    New Jersey area is an advocate for homeless youth and has helped raise over 90 000 to support the organization this year alone 3 Bankers Support Their Local Communities Photo courtesy of Don Christensen NJ Bankers Association The New Jersey Bankers Association Community Service Award Program recognizes the significant impact Garden State banks have on local communities NJ Bankers president and CEO John E McWeeney right honored from left Nick Miceli of TD Bank Fay Hamid of Garden State Bank Craig Montanaro of Kearny Bank Kevin Lynch of Oritani Bank Bill Moss of Two River Community Bank and James Fisher of Sturdy Savings Bank for their service in 2014 Recommended Reading Giving Back Punkin Chunkin Raises 3 200 For St Jude Children s Research Hospital 4 NFL Alumni Play Golf For A Good Cause Photo Courtesy of Mark Palczewski Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks from left Michael Vick Ron Jaworski and Donovan McNabb teed up for charity at the 31st Annual Ron Jaworski Celebrity Golf Challenge Funds raised will benefit the NFL Alumni Association s Caring for Kids charities as well as the Jaws Youth Playbook 5 A Race To Find A Cure Photo courtesy of Pole Position Raceway Elaine Winter left associate director of the Alzheimer s Association Greater New Jersey Chapter and walk coordinator Jean Smith right accepted a 10 018 check from Karen Davis Farage and Eyal Farage co owners of Pole Position Raceway in Jersey City Send pictures of your recent charitable event to socialdatebook njmonthly com for possible inclusion in an upcoming issue Read more Social Datebook articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called

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  • Giving Back: The Valerie Fund And JAG Physical 5K Raise $1 Million For A Good Cause - New Jersey Monthly
    of Verona 2 VIP Casino Night Wins Big Photo courtesy of The Phoenix Center Enjoying the VIP Casino Night Reception to support the Phoenix Center were from left Giants linebacker Devon Kennard Dr Geraldine Gibbia founder of the nonprofit and Anne and Jim Russomano of Nutley Kia 3 Changing Lives Through Literacy Photo courtesy of Provident Bank Nadira Dahodwala second from left is the first place winner of the Provident Bank Committed to Share Sweepstakes raising funds for Literacy New Jersey Congratulating her from left were her husband Abbas Chris Martin of Provident Bank and Elizabeth Gloeggler of Literacy New Jersey 4 A Leader Of Change Photo courtesy of Be Creative Photography From left Susan Present Emmanual Bello and Ronni Denes of New Jersey SEEDS presented Robert H Doherty there on behalf of Bank of America with the Leading Change Award 5 Rebuilding Together Photo Courtesy of Wells Fargo From left Robert Williams and Danielle Cervino accept a 15 000 check on behalf of Rebuilding Together of Bergen County from Yajaira Rodriguez and Dolly Fernandez of Wells Fargo Recommended Reading Giving Back Punkin Chunkin Raises 3 200 For St Jude Children s Research Hospital Send pictures of your recent charitable event to socialdatebook njmonthly com for possible inclusion in an upcoming issue Read more Social Datebook articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February 2016 Best New Restaurants Table of Contents Subscribe Give a Gift Locate

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  • Best Of Jersey Archives - New Jersey Monthly
    a seasonal getaway Read More Best of NJ 2014 Attractions and Recreation New Jersey is not short on fun activities Take a look at the exceptional attractions and recreation around the state Read More Best of NJ 2014 For the Home November 13 2014 Whether choosing the perfect accent piece for your living room or searching for a safe and clean place to leave Fido for the weekend these Best Of winners will make you feel right at home Read More Best of NJ 2014 Health and Beauty Everyone needs to take some time to themselves Try relaxing or getting the blood flowing at any of these exceptional spas and fitness clubs Read More Best of NJ 2014 Shopping November 12 2014 Looking for a stylish shoe boutique What about a small but stocked record store We catalog the best shopping in the Garden State Read More Best of NJ 2014 Food and Drink November 11 2014 Where are the best places to nosh in New Jersey Our readers picked the best spots to find bagels wings cupcakes and more Read More Jersey Choice August 2014 Best Of Winners September 11 2014 Our final poll of 2014 asked for the best in specialty food stores and sweet treats Who took top honors Read More Jersey Choice July 2014 Best Of Winners August 12 2014 Another Best of Jersey 2014 poll is in the books For July we asked for your favorites in health and beauty Read More Jersey Choice June 2014 Best Of Winners July 30 2014 Our Jersey Choice Best Of New Jersey poll will run all year with new items to vote for each month For June we asked our readers to vote for their favorite summer getaways Read More Jersey Choice May 2014 Best Of Winners July 9 2014 Our Jersey Choice Best Of New Jersey poll is live for all of 2014 with new categories on the ballot each month This May our readers voted for the best in style and shopping Read More 2012 Jersey Choice The Best of NJ Recreations and Attractions March 12 2012 In the warmer months there are no shortage of recreation activities offered in NJ Our readers have a few unique choices of their own along with some staple favorites Read More 2012 Jersey Choice The Best of NJ Health and Beauty New Jersey is replete with day spas salons health and beauty shops exercise studios fitness clubs and biking trails But which ones do our readers favor You ll find the answers here Read More 2012 Jersey Choice The Best of NJ Shopping We sure do love to shop here in the Garden State Find out which boutiques clothing stores flea markets and arts and crafts supply stores our readers most enjoy Read More Page 1 of 9 1 2 3 4 5 Last 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange

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  • Breanne McCarthy, Author at New Jersey Monthly
    13 2016 New Jersey s pound fishing industry was one of the largest and most lucrative in North America Seen in Historic Jersey Jersey Living People Welcome Aboard Commuting on the Hoboken Ferry January 6 2016 For almost 90 years ferries would remain the only way to traverse the Hudson Seen in Historic Jersey Jersey Living Giving Back Mary s Place By The Sea Gets 130 000 To Support Women Battling Cancer January 4 2016 Each month New Jersey Monthly s Social Datebook page features photos taken at various charitable events across the Garden State The Read the rest Seen in Social Datebook Down on the Corner The Neighborhood Pharmacy The town pharmacy once served as a gathering place for communities where patrons could grab a malted milkshake the latest comic book or any number of household essentials Seen in Historic Jersey Jersey Living 7 Budget Friendly Activities For The New Year December 29 2015 Out of funds Embark on one of these low cost activities in 2016 Seen in Just For the Web Listicle Giving Back Morristown National Historic Park Gets 1 3 Million Check For History December 8 2015 Plus QuickChek supports 9 11 service members and their families marine animals get a helping fin and more Seen in Social Datebook Page 1 of 8 1 2 3 4 5 Last 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February 2016 Best New Restaurants Table of Contents Subscribe Give a Gift Locate a Newsstand Purchase back issues View older issues Paper Mill Playhouse presents A Bronx Tale Millburn Feb

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  • Seeds Of Hope Honorees
    SOH Awardees Katie Meyler More Than Me Foundation Tricia Baker Attitudes In Reverse A I R Herb Ouida Todd Ouida Children s Foundation Abby Hoffman Elijah s Promise Ellen Smith Hackensack University Medical Center s Hospital Elder Life Program HELP 2011 SOH Awardees Erika Rech Mike Ruane Breast Friends Forever Linda Walder Fiddle the Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Emmet Daly and Tom Cash Student Partner Alliance Sister Jane Frances Brady Court Appointed Special Advocates Tim McLoone Holiday Express 2010 SOH Awardees Leonard Bornstein Arts Unbound Mary Kotzas the Resale Shop Nancy Liverakos Amandla Crossing James Mock Rebuilding Together Jersey City Susan Rose Lauren Rose Albert Foundation Janet and Peter Simon Morristown Memorial Health Foundation 2009 SOH Awardees Bob Benjamin Light of Day Foundation Ernie Cottrill Wagner Farm Arboretum Foundation Leonard and Arlene Lieberman NJPAC Newark Museum Dr Laura McKirdy the Lake Drive Foundation Kathy Tanaka Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity Recommended Reading Becky Quick Quick Study 2008 SOH Awardees Susan Colacurcio Franciscan Community Development Center of Fairview Ruth Dugan Bayonne Medical Center Patrick Gonnelli the Smile Forever Foundation Carol Kivler National Alliance on Mental Illness 2007 SOH Awardees Dr Ian Goonewardene Community Health Practice Chris Miles A Step Toward Hope William Morgan P I L O T Personalized Independent Living Opportunities Mary Jane Salvato Driven to Read Program Phil Van Kirk Affordable housing projects Wendy Wintfeld Early Childhood Learning Center of New Jersey 2006 SOH Awardees Carmela Lunt Community Hope Inc Deborah Belfatto Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation North Jersey Affiliate Mary Hess Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation North Jersey Affiliate Mark Hyman Global Care Limited Carol Ewertsen Montclair Schools Rock Bob Schechner American Cancer Society Warren Buddy Kirby Saint Barnabas Burn Foundation 2005 SOH Awardees Dennis Murray the Chore Service Ann and Ted Probert Jersey Battered Women s Service Marie VanderZwan Clara Maas Medical Center Carole Ehlinger Our Chance to Dance Family Resource Associates Lillian Hernandez Dress for Success Jersey City Marc and Michael Brummer Operation Salami Drop 2004 SOH Awardees Neil Gagnon Morristown Memorial Health Foundation Janie Schildge Red Bank Crop Walk Church World Service Rhonda Y Berry New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research Pauline Sabas Center for Hospice Care St Barnabas Irene Dolan Jersey Battered Women s Service Barbara Bell Coleman Veronica Goldberg Patricia E Ryan and Diana T Vagelos New Jersey Performing Arts Center Women s Association Read more Jersey Living People articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February 2016 Best New Restaurants Table of Contents Subscribe Give a Gift Locate a Newsstand Purchase back issues View older issues Paper Mill Playhouse presents A Bronx Tale Millburn Feb 04

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  • A List of Past Judges Of New Jersey Monthly's Annual Seeds Of Hope Awards
    Services Camden County College Mary G Horn Weichert Realtors Ed Remsen Regional Vice President NJ Field Operations American Heart Association Douglas W Schoenberger Verizon New Jersey 2009 SOH Judges Elizabeth Christopherson President CEO and Director Rita Allen Foundation Becky Dembo Executive Director Partnership in Philanthropy Marion O Neill Manager Corporate Contributions PSEG Liz Thomas CEO Thomas Boyd Communications Recommended Reading On the Frontline in the Fight Against Cyberterrorism 2008 SOH Judges Vicki Bixel President Semple Bixel Associates Mary Ellen Burke Regional Sales Director Continental Airlines Inc Rose Cali John J and Rose Cali Family Foundation Sandra E Capell the Subaru Foundation Ellen Lambert Executive Director Corporate Contributions and Executive VP the Merck Co Foundation 2007 SOH Judges Clive Cummis Chairman Emeritus Sills Cummis Epstein Gross P C Les Loysen President Loysen Consulting Roberta Morton Vice President Tiffany Co Laura Overdeck Jennifer Young Field Director External Affairs Verizon Communications 2006 SOH Judges Jerry S Buckley Senior VP Public Affairs Campbell Soup Elaine Vincent Manager of Community Involvement First Energy Nancy Taylor Senior VP Retail Operations DiModolo Diane Turton founder Diane Turton Realtors Mary P O Malley Vice President Local Initiatives Community Resources Prudential Financial 2005 SOH Judges Veronica Goldberg President Arthur M Goldberg and Veronica Goldberg Foundations Wendy Lazarus Director Public Affairs Pfizer Clement Price Director of the Institute on Ethnicity Culture and the Modern Experience Rutgers University Newark Mizar Turdiu News anchorperson and television host 2004 SOH Judges David Grant Executive Director Geraldine R Dodge Foundation S Dillard Kirby President F M Kirby Foundation Abby O Neill Senior VP Market Development Manager Bank of America Clement A Price Director of the Institute on Ethnicity Culture and the Modern Experience Rutgers University Newark Nina Wells Esq Read more Jersey Living People articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or

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