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October 19, 2011

Local Teen Auditions for America’s Got Talent
are key for those trying to succeed and reach their dreams. “Don’t give up,” says Bianco. “One day you will be doing what you want to do. Go out for a talent show- it’s just a good experience. You never want to give up…you can do what you want to do. That’s why I will never give up because I really want to be a professional dancer.” Bianco of Hackettstown decided this past summer that she wanted to try out, so she went online and printed out audition papers. A long day spent, Bianco and her mother, Michele, arrived at the Javits Center at 8 a.m., waited on line for close to ten hours before she tried out at about 6:30 continued on page 12

By Cheryl Conway any times people say “I should go try that” but instead put their dreams on hold for another day. Not Cheyenne Bianco, a 15-year old sophomore at Mt. Olive High School, who recently auditioned in front of the producers of the television reality show America’s Got Talent. Bianco tried out along with millions of others from the tri-state area on Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York. Dancing since she was three-years old, Bianco choreographed her own jazz/hip hop dance routine for her audition. Self-motivation and determination

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Glen Burtnik and Friends Perform The Beatles Revolver
ing the Burtnik concert in August, Reynolds attended the Glen Burtnik and Friends performance this past summer with his son at the State Theater at the Rutgers University campus. The performance left such a lasting impression that Reynolds could not pass an opportunity to share such a wonderful concert with the people in Mt Olive. After the first song “and that’s when I found out this band was incredible,” says Reynolds. “It was incredibly cool. It takes a lot to impress me. It was a standing ovation with every song.” Reynolds admits, “I’m a huge Beetles fan. I’ve seen Paul McCartney three times. I’m in a band myself and sing Beetles music.” Burtnik – a singer, songwriter, entertainer, multi-instrumental and former member if Styx- plans to perform the entire Beatles Revolver album “note for note, song for song, exactly as it was recorded in 1966.” Other songs expected to be performed during the 2.5 hour concert are from Sergeant Peppers Lonely Hearts Club and Abbey Road albums. All the profits from the show will be split among Tinc Road School PTO; Chester M. Stephen’s SCA; Sandshore SHSP; Mountain View PTA; Mt. Olive Middle School; MOHS Music Department; and the MOHS Football Booster Club. “Each can decide how to spend the money,” says Reynolds. “The idea is to raise as much revenue as possible,” says Reynolds. The school board allocated $20,000 to contract Burtnik’s concert but is expected to raise $50,000 in ticket sales if tickets are sold out, leaving a $30,000 profit to benefit Mt. Olive students. Reynolds assigned the MOHS DECA Club to design a marketing campaign for

By Cheryl Conway ongs from the Beatles will be echoed through Mt. Olive High School later this month with the first ever live rock-n-roll concert held in town. The Mt. Olive Performing Arts Center at MOHS auditorium will be the place to be Saturday, Oct. 29, at 8 p.m., when Glen Burtnik and Friends perform The Beatles Revolver Note for Note. Songs will be performed with live eight-piece orchestra and brass sections as well as a 20-voice choir. Utilizing the performing arts center for events outside the high school for the community to enjoy has been a goal of the township board of education since the 1,500 seated theater style center was built more than six years ago. Proceeds from the concert will be allocated to the district’s schools. “This is our first chance to do a rock-nroll band,” says Dr. Larrie Reynolds, Mt. Olive superintendent of schools. Although the district has had comedians and plays at the center before, “We were ready for a big concert.” This is the “first big name act in Mt. Olive. To do a big show, you need a big room. That is the biggest room in Mt. Olive.” Instrumental in contracting and negotiat-

the concert. “It’s real life opportunity to use what they are learning in real life,” explains Reynolds. The DECA club is a marketing group at the high school that deals with mostly fake products. “We have a real thing- an actual business we are going to run. It was a great learning opportunity.” Maddie Piotrowski, 17, a senior at MOHS and chairperson of the marketing campaign for the Glen Burtnik and Friends continued on page 6

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Barbara Melveger, President Board of Trustees of the Mt Olive Child Care and Learning Center (left) hands out one of the many prizes to Claude Branda (right) of Branda’s Italian Restaurant in Budd Lake at the annual golf outing on October 3rd. This year’s outing was held at Black Oak Golf Club in Long Valley. The course was great, the outing is an annual fundraiser for the Mt. Olive Child Care and Learning Center in Budd lake. Mark your calendars for the first Monday in October of 2012 for the next outing being help at Black Oak.

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The Republican Team

Elect Councilman Joe Nicastro is the publisher of six newspapers, including Mount Olive This Month. He came to Mount Olive in 2003. Joe says he experience as a business owner will help him make good decisions. He believes the town has a lot to offer to businesses that are looking for a new location, and wants to see the Lake area improved. joenicastroforcouncil.com

Re-Elect Councilwoman Colleen Labow has lived in Mount Olive for 31 years and is proud of her support for volunteer EMS, the township’s program to humanely reduce the feral cat population and encouraging new business growth in Mount Olive. Colleen is a Realtor with EXIT Realty Gold Service, located in Mountain Lakes. She has served on the township council for eight years. She also has served on town committees dealing with open space, solid waste, library services, planning, council vice president and chair of the Board of Health.

Re-Elect Councilman Alex Roman has been a resident of Mount Olive for over 18 years. He has owned DTA Automotive in Budd Lake for almost 10 years. He's the proud father of four children. He has served the community as a volunteer football and softball coach for a combined 13 years. He has provided his voice on the Zoning Board of Adjustment and the Recreation Advisory Committee. He has been a strong and effective advocate at reducing spending and controlling property taxes since being elected to the Township Council in 2007. He currently serves as Vice President of the Township Council.

Elect Mayor Rob Greenbaum is a local resident who has spent the last 10 years representing the community on various government and neighborhood boards and as a town councilman. A Flanders homeowner with children in the Mount Olive schools, he has worked to control property taxes while maintaining services. He advocates economic development as a way of stabilizing township taxes and been successful in finding creative ways to maintain services and facilities.

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Glen Burtnik...

continued from page 2 concert, has been working with five other committee members of DECA to market the concert by raising awareness, generating revenue and creating and distributing press releases. Made up of 100 members, DECA is the MOHS business and marketing club that competes against other schools in states, regionals and national competitions, explains Piotrowski, DECA member for the past two years. DECA will be running a concession stand during the concert. “We are hoping to sell out completely,”

says Piotrowski. “We are trying to make as much revenue from this concert.” Branching out and bringing in something new to the performing arts center is “fun and exciting,” she concludes. Tickets can be purchased on line at mtoliveboe.org, or call Delores in the superintendent’s office at 973-691-4008 for current ticket prices. Purchasers are requested to designate which school or organization they would like their proceeds to benefit. For more information on Glen Burtnik, visit www.glenburtnik.com.

Mount Olive High School Soccer Team, comes to Alfonso’s Salon in Flanders New Jersey for the Susan G. Komen Pink Extensions for the Cure. This is the 2nd. Year Alfonso has opened up his salon and his heart for this worthwhile cause. Last year he raised over $5000.00 and this year he hopes to deliver more than this. He has donated 100% of the profits to this cause. Besides the Mt. Olive Soccer team, also getting pink extensions were, Rebecca Jackson of Mount Olive, and sisters Marley & Delaney Zehnder of Flanders. The Mount Olive soccer team shown here are top Michelle Kozak, Becka DeValve, Allison Schroeder, Nicolette Thorkildsen, Bottom Row, Sarah Fasino, Emily Crowley, Melanie Kopacki, Rachel Spies and Stephanie Lopez.

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Tell Them You Saw It In The Mt. Olive News - October 2011 - Page 7 him to be active, to get involved in something. At the time, Robin was working at the American Cancer Society Chapter in Parsippany and encouraged him to become a volunteer in the Road to Recovery program. Twice a week for ten years, Gilfillan drove cancer patients located in Northwest New Jersey to treatments at St. Clare’s Hospital in Dover and Morristown Medical Center. However, it was not just a ride he offered , but an ear at a time that many needed it the most. Today, Gilfillan continues to give

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By Elsie Walker imi Gelbman will tell you that Flanders resident Tom Gilfillan is “ a m a z i n g ” . As the Coordinator of Oncology Volunteer Services at the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center and having worked at the American Cancer Society before that, Gelbman knows of Gilfillan’s dedication to helping others. Being 79, doesn’t stop him at all. After Tom Gilfillan’s wife died, his daughter Robin told him that she wanted

rides to patients, this time people he knows from his church’s congregation at the United Presbyterian Church, Flanders. Also, Fridays he can be found at the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center, offering blankets, snacks, or comfort to those getting transfusions or chemotherapy, treatments on an outpatient basis. Recently, Gilfillan reflected on his volunteer experiences. “That’s the last thing you should worry about when you have cancer,” said Gilfillan talking about patients who worried about getting to their appointments. As a Road to Recovery volunteer, the people he’d take needed rides because they were either too sick to drive, their spouse was no longer living [to take them] or their children were exhausting their vacation days trying to help them and couldn’t afford to lose any more time from work. Gilfillan would take the same patient twice a week, for an average of six weeks, to treatments. “I never said ‘no’,” said Gilfillan. Gelbman noted that when they needed a volunteer driver, the people at the American Cancer Society knew they could depend on him. He was conscientious, too. “I’d take a dry run to where they [the

patients] lived so I’d be on time [on the first day to take them to their appointments],” Gilfillan said. He also noted that, for the female patients, he opened the door like a gentleman. They appreciated the courtesy. What the patients also appreciated was his willingness to listen. “I wasn’t just a chauffeur, “ Gilfillan said. He’d sit and talk to the patients while they waited for their treatments or afterwards. They needed someone outside of their families that they could talk to and he was there. His presence meant a great deal to them. He recalled a woman who went into hospice and, knowing the end was near, asked her daughter to call Gilfillan and ask him if he would come by so she could say good-bye to him. There were many like that. “You become very close to these people, “ he said. At the time Gilfillan was a Road to Recovery volunteer, volunteers not only donated their time, but of course provided the ride in their own car and paid for the gas themselves. Gilfillan noted that patients would try to give him something to pay for the gas. For a while, he refused; to him, it was just part of continued on page 14

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An Interview with Mt. Olive Mayoral Candidates
By Cheryl Conway h the general election approaching next month on Tuesday, Nov. 8, some registered voters in Mt. Olive may want to get to know the candidates running for mayor a bit better before casting their final vote. From his profession, to his community involvement and goals for the township, Republican candidate for mayor, Rob Greenbaum, provides readers with insightful details about himself and his plans as they get ready to vote in the upcoming local election. I had reached out to Democratic candidate Gary Mahabir but he could not be reached for an interview before press time. The following responses were received from a question/answer interview with Greenbaum and the Mt. Olive This Month newspaper earlier this month. How long have you been a resident of Mt. Olive? My wife, Beth and three children, Sydne (18), Jack (15) and Halle (9) reside in Flanders Crossing. We have lived in Mt. Olive since June of 1997. What is your profession? I am a local attorney with an office in Allamuchy/Hackettstown area since 2005. Prior to opening my own office I worked at Budd Larner (100 attorney firm) in Short Hills for fifteen years and was a partner at the time I left the firm. http://www.greenbaum lawoffice.com/ What has been your involvement in the community? (List both volunteer and political positions) Mt. Olive Council - 2001 to present; Mt. Olive Council President – 2005-2007; Vice President 2010; Mt. Olive Planning Board – 2001- 2004, and 2009; Mt. Olive Environmental Committee – 2000; Mt. Olive Safety Committee; Mt. Olive Library Liaison; Flanders Crossing Homeowners Association President – 1999- 2000; member of Mt. Olive Chamber of Commerce; member of Mt. Olive Lion's Club; Mt. Olive Travel Soccer coach; Mt. Olive Recreation basketball coach. Why are you running for mayor? To make a difference. I believe my history of involvement in the town government and as a volunteer in many organizations demonstrates my commitment to Mt. Olive. I want to use what I have learned to make Mt. Olive even better. Moving forward, it will require creative problem solving to maintain and improve our infrastructure. I believe that my training as a lawyer is particularly helpful to thinking outside of the box, spotting issues and then resolving those issues. What are your main concerns or issues you would like to address with Mt. Olive Township? There are many issues facing the residents over the next four years. Without question, I believe the most important issue is controlling property tax increases. In the 10 years I have served on the township council, we have reduced departmental spending every year, including significantly reducing the number of township employees. Not only cutting salaries from the budget, but also benefits, has been an area of cost-savings on which I've focused heavily. Despite conservative fiscal management, there is little to no discretionary spending available to maintain our existing infrastructure. The next mayor will need to be extremely creative in terms of funding improvements. We need to do more with less. I believe one way to accomplish this is to encourage private public partnerships and look for grant funding from outside sources. As residents of Mt. Olive, you deserve to hear specific ideas in order to choose the best leader, problem-solver, and visionary for our town. To help you make your decision, here are my plans for business development, health and senior services, personnel issues, infrastructure needs, and shared services. Business Development: The key going forward is to encourage further business development. This will lead to a greater share of the necessary governmental expenses being borne by the commercial entities in town, as opposed to the residents. We all win in this scenario. Controlling property tax increases today

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and in the immediate future depends upon successfully increasing our commercial ratable base. Despite the township having an economic development committee studying our economy for years, it has yielded little to no effect. It is time for action. I have been working on several, concrete and major business projects. These possibilities will bring in significant ratables, as well as stimulate additional commercial growth in both the Route 46 and Route 206 corridors. Three of these ideas include the following: Filling the old BASF building with a new tenant. Very recently, I've been involved in meetings with a serious contender. I am hopeful about their decision which they should render in the next few weeks; Working with developers on a youth sports complex and big box store, both to be located in the Trade Zone; Planning with a property owner to build an indoor sports facility near Turkey Brook Park. These three new business ideas alone will create jobs in our town, spur the stagnant housing market, and attract visitors from outside of Mt. Olive on both a weekday and weekend basis to our stores, restaurants, and hotels. These propositions are also likely to create new business opportunities for the vacant stores in the town's shopping centers. Additionally, it is my intention to take the section of Route 46 along the lake and declare it a redevelopment zone. Budd Lake is totally underutilized, and one of the town's greatest assets. Due to its natural beauty it has the potential to be a destination point for shopping and restaurants. In the past, I brought in a developer who was interested in building a restaurant where the former municipal building once stood. That restaurant would have created jobs, generated tax dollars, and serviced the beach patrons. I intend to move forward with that project if elected. Another potential source of significant tax dollars is the old continued on page 21

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200 Years Old and Looking To The Future

by Elsie Walker rakestown United Methodist Church has dreams. Those dreams include ways it can move out into the local community to make a difference. Located on Church Street not far from Route 46 East in Budd Lake, the church has been part of the area for two centuries. Recently, it is celebrated its 200th anniversary with a concert by The Gospel Project and a re-dedication service with a pot lunch luncheon. However, while noting its heritage, the church’s focus is on now and the “future”. “We want to be known as ‘The Drakestown Church- a United Methodist Community’,” said the church’s pastor, the Rev. Bob Mayer. That community’s history began with Christians gathering in that place called Drakestown two hundred years ago. However, it wasn’t until 1858 that the actual church was built. Also, according to the New Jersey Civil War Cemetery site, there is well-kept small historic cemetery by the church. Looking at the church today, people can see some changes that have been made over

the years such as the change in the steeple and the addition of the basement and the handicapped ramp. The Friendship Hall, a separate building which was erected in 1956 (as a gift from the Smith family), offers space for a variety of meetings. However, one thing remains the same. The church cares and now reaches out to others near and far in a number of ways. “Our food pantry is very active. We work with the neighborhood schools at the holidays. We are sending our second team to the Appalachia Service Project this month. On November 19th, we will have our Free Community Turkey Dinner. We [provide room for] eight Alcoholic Anonymous meetings and one Overeaters Anonymous meeting each week, “ shared Mayer. Currently, one of the most visible signs of the church working in the community is its Drive In Prayer Tent. Originally a Lenten project, the tent now operates on Mondays from 6 - 8:30 am and 5 6:30pm. “We are praying for all the commuters and the community around us. It is our way of showing we care and we are there for them,” said Mayer.

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Local Teen Auditions...
continued from front page p.m., and got home about 10:30 p.m. “Whoever wanted to audition could audition that day,” says Bianco, who was number 7,010,658. “Everyone got a chance with the producers.” Each tryout whether singing, dancing or a talent acts was 90 seconds long in front of a cameraman, two producers and any relatives/friends who came along for support. Each tryout is being sent to the producers in California, who will decide which acts will be chosen to audition in front of the celebrity judges. Bianco was told she will be informed in March as to whether she has been chosen to perform in front of celebrity judges for a live taping. The celebrity judges then pick the top 40 to be aired for the 2012 season, which is televised in the summer. The grand winner gets $1 million dollars and a headlining show in Las Vegas. “I wore a blue sports sparkly bra with green stripes and neon green shorts,” describes Bianco for her tryout. And she had to bring her own music on her iPod. Choreographing her own dance routine, Bianco decided on pop jazz- a jazz style with a hip hop edge - to the song “Who You Are” by Jessie J. Bianco says she

incorporated a lot of her moves from her favorite choreographer, Sonya Tayeh from “So You Think You Can Dance.” Bianco says “I like her type of dance- I always watch her dance. I like her style.” With a lot to look forward too, Bianco, in the meantime says she was very satisfied with her audition and the overall experience and opportunity. “We met so many people,” says Bianco. “We talked to them; wished them good luck. It was a good experience.” While waiting around for her tryout, Bianco says “I felt really good, I was so excited.” But right before going into the audition, “I got nervous and shaky.” Once she started dancing, “I got a rush and it was amazing. I was in the moment and it felt amazing.” She received positive feedback from one of the producers taking notes during her audition. “The producer asked me how long I’ve been dancing,” explains Bianco. “I said ‘since I was three.’ He said, ‘Wow! Cause it shows.’ He said I have amazing technique.” A fourth year student at Heartbeat Dance Center in Succasunna, Bianco has been dancing for 13 years from ballet and

tap when she was younger to various styles including jazz, hip hop and lyrical. She quit soccer and gymnastics this year to concentrate on dancing and is currently taking two classes at Heartbeat, jazz and hip hop. “It makes me happy,” says Bianco about her desire for dancing. “I love dancing so much. I’ve always had a passion for dance. My mom dances too. I want to dance the rest of my life.” When she watches other performers on television shows such at So You Think You Can Dance and America’s Got Talent, Bianco says “It always amazes me how talented they are. It always inspires me. Every season I’ve watched America’s Got Talent. Since they let all ages try out, I thought that would be perfect. I want people to see me or find me- to get my name out there.” Bianco plans to study dance at a school for the arts when she graduates high school. “I want to be a professional dancer or choreographer or a back up dancer for a singer…that would be awesome.” In the meantime, Bianco was chosen by choreographer Tim Roberts to be a part of the 2012 Jr. Jazzercise taping for a

Jazzercise DVD. She was invited by special invitation to travel to Orlando, FL, in June 2012 - all expense paid. Roberts, who is a choreographer for Disney, some Broadway shows and jazzercise videos, met Bianco while at the Jazzercise center in Succasunna, where Bianco’s mom, Michele has been a Jazzercise instructor for the past four years. “He was at our center for our 10 year anniversary a couple weeks ago and that's where he saw Cheyenne dance,” says Michele Bianco. “She takes my class every now and again.” A dancer herself for the past 15 years, Michele says “dance and music has always been a passion of mine. It’s a big part of our family. For us, dance and music is how we like to express ourselves.” She could not be any prouder of her daughter. “I can’t even put into words how proud I am of Cheyenne - She danced more beautifully then I’ve ever seen her...so in the moment and amazing!” says Michele. “I thought she did an incredible job. It was all on her own. It was an experience of a lifetime.”

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continued from page 7 being a volunteer. However, one day a patient said something that opened his eyes. “It’s a win-win. I’ll give you gas money and I’ll get back my dignity,” she said. After that, he said he’d take gas money if it was offered. A few years ago, Gilfillan was honored with a luncheon for his 10 years of volunteer service for Road to Recovery. His family was there as was the patient that he had driven the longest. It was around that time that he decided to switch volunteer gears. He wanted a change. Gelbman, who had dealt with volunteers at the Cancer Society had started working with volunteers at Carol G. Simon Cancer Center. Gilfillan had “an in”, contacted her, and asked what he could do. Now Fridays, he is found sporting a blue volunteer jacket with his name on it and helping out in any way needed. Gilfillan will tell you that his spirit of helping others comes from his family. He had six sisters and two brothers, yet his parents were always taking in people who needed help. He also points proudly to his children who have entered careers that help others. Besides Robin (who now works at Piccatinny), Gilfillan has two sons: David, a lawyer and Tommy, a chiropractor. Although he wanted a change, Gilfillan

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does still give rides, when needed, to people at his church who are cancer patients and need rides to treatments. Also, he still has one rider that he met while volunteering at Road to Recovery. While Road to Recovery drivers can only drive patients to and from treatments, now that he is volunteering on his own, he also drives his longtime rider on different errands she runs. Gilfillan also goes with a group from his church that volunteers once a month at a soup kitchen in Dover. “Tom is a real ‘salt of the earth’ guy who is always available to our members and friends, and always ready to help out when there is a need,” said the Rev. Rick Oppelt, pastor of the church. One might wonder what has inspired Gilfillan to keep volunteering. He’s even been asked why he wants to hang around sick people, cancer patients; it can’t always be easy. Gilfillan will tell you, it’s that feeling of appreciation he gets from the patients, and the hugs and hellos he gets as he walks down the hallway on a Friday. In Tom Gilfillan’s Flanders home is a clock he received from the American Cancer Society in recognition of his volunteerism as a Road to Recovery driver. The inscription seems to fit him perfectly : “no one is more cherished than one who lightens the burden of others”.

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he Knights of Columbus, Council 5410 and the American Red Cross is sponsoring a blood drive on Saturday, October 29th, 2011. Time: 8:302:30PM; Place: Knights of Columbus Council 5410 Hall, 3 Schmidt Lane, Flanders, NJ (opposite Flanders Fire Department and railroad tracks in the old section of Flanders). Appointments are pre-

KofC and American Red Cross Blood Drive-October 29th,

ferred and can be set up by visiting www.redcrossblood.org, and entering sponsor code # 15349. Questions regarding eligibility need to be directed to the American Red Cross at 1-866-236-3276, all other questions, directions to the Knights of Columbus etc, 973-610-1308. All donors must have a photo ID, drivers license or passport to donate."

The Mt. Olive Lions Club presents a check to Mt. Olive Patrolman Matthew Carlson for a bullet proof vest. Shown L to R are: Ray Perkins, Carl Spellman, Patrolman Matthew Carlson, Drew Van Dam, Rob Greenbaum, and Joan Cutrone. The Mt. Olive Lions Club has presented over 106 bullet proof vests to new police officers for over 30 years. The Lions Club also support local activities such as student vision screening in Mt. Olive schools, providing gifts for needy at Holidays, and supporting a summer camp for the blind in Rockaway, NJ.

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Acupuncture, “What’s the Point?” Sticking to the Facts - Learn How Everyone Can Benefit!
In attempts to raise awareness about Acupuncture in my own community, I am sharing some of these Acupuncture Facts with you! What is Acupuncture? Acupuncture is a modality of Traditional Chinese Medicine that requires the insertion of tiny filiform needles into various points on the body. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine originated in Ancient China thousands of years ago. The Ancient Chinese discovered that every living being has energy that flows through invisible meridians (energy lines) throughout the body. This energy, known as "Qi" is the motive life force. In healthy individuals the Qi flows smoothly through the channels/ meridians. Imbalance in the flow of Qi results in illness and/or disease. Think of a garden hose. Water flows smoothly through the hose as long as there are no kinks. When a kink occurs, the water builds up on one side of the kink preventing the water from flowing through. Now envision 14 garden hoses attached to one another and arranged within the body. Each hose is connected to an organ in the body. You can see how a kink in just one of the hoses can affect all the other hoses/organs throughout the body. The “kink” or blockage results in illness and/or disease. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine is used to restore the smooth flow of Qi (i.e. “remove all the kinks”) and bring the body back to balance. If you are still following then you are probably wondering how the “kinks” originate in the first place. Our “Qi” or energy can become “kinked” or blocked from physical/emotional trauma, stress, poor lifestyle and eating habits, seasonal changes, overexertion, and exposure to the elements (wind, cold, dampness, heat). But have no fear…Acupuncture is here! How does Acupuncture Work? There are several theories regarding the Acupuncture mechanism. Acupuncture helps the body to do what it was meant to do- heal itself. Some of the most common theories include: - Acupuncture stimulates the release of endorphins, which relieve pain - Acupuncture stimulates the release of neurotransmitters (substances that that transmit nerve impulses to the brain -Acupuncture has a profound effect on the Autonomic Nervous System - Acupuncture stimulates circulation - Acupuncture enhances the body’s immune response - Acupuncture influences the electrical currents of the body The most common question of all… Does Acupuncture Hurt? Extremely fine needles are used in the treatment of Acupuncture, making the experience almost painless. Most patients don't even feel the needles being inserted. The Acupuncture needles used are as fine as a few hairs on your head. All of my patients find their Acupuncture treatments to be very relaxing. In fact, most people fall asleep during their treatment. What is a typical Acupuncture treatment like? Upon arrival the patient is asked to fill out a detailed health history questionnaire. Then, the acupuncturist will review the health history with the patient and go over the patient’s primary health concern and lifestyle. The acupuncturist will take the patient's pulses and look at his/her tongue (In Chinese medicine the tongue and pulses are representative of the various organ/meridian systems and help in the diagnostic process). After the interview, the practitioner will come up with a diagnosis and treatment plan for the patient. The treatment plan is specific to the individual- not their disease. Then, the needles will be inserted into various acupuncture points. The patient may feel a heaviness or tingling sensation around the needle insertion site. The needles are typically retained for 20-30 minutes. How many Acupuncture treatments are needed? The number of Acupuncture treatments needed is based on the severity and chronicity of the condition. However, most patients experience some relief after the very first treatment. What kinds of needles are used in an Acupuncture Treatment? Tiny filiform needles are used for Acupuncture treatment. All of the needles are disposable, pre-sterilized and prepackaged. After each treatment, the needles are thrown away and new needles are used every time. Are there any side effects of Acupuncture treatment? Most people do not experience any side effects from Acupuncture. Occasionally, minor bruising can occur at the needle site. What does Acupuncture treat? Acupuncture is effective in treating various disorders and symptoms including, but not limited to the following: Addiction, Anxiety, Arthritis, Tendonitis & Joint Pain, Asthma, Auto Injuries, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Common Cold & Influenza, Constipation, Degenerative Disk Disorders, Depression, Facial Rejuvenation, Fibromyalgia, Headaches, Indigestion, Gas, Bloating, Infertility, Insomnia, Menopause symptoms, Migraines, Morning Sickness, Musculoskeletal pain, Nausea, Orthopedic Conditions, Pain, PMS & Menstrual Irregularities, Reproductive Issues, Sports Injuries, Stress, Tendonitis, Smoking Cessation and Weight management. What does it take to become an Acupuncturist? In addition to obtaining a Bachelor’s degree, Acupuncturists are required to undergo 3 years of schooling at an accredited Acupuncture school. Acupuncture programs consist of various classes in the areas of Acupuncture and Biomedicine as well as a full year of a clinical internship to obtain the experience of treating patients. The National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine requires that Acupuncturists take 3 National Board Examinations to test proficiency and knowledge in the areas of Acupuncture, Theory and Biomedicine. The State of New Jersey requires an additional Licensing Board Examination to obtain licensure in New Jersey. Once licensed, Acupuncturists are required to take Continuing Education Courses every year. For more information on Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine call Kearstin R. Saya, L.Ac 908.876.3643

cupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day is observed annually on October 24. It is part of an effort designed to increase public awareness of the progress, promise, and benefits of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine. This Ancient Medicine has been practiced for thousands of years in China, but has only gained popularity in the U.S over the past 25 years. Although 36% of U.S adults have used complementary and alternative medicine, many healthcare consumers are still unaware of alternative healthcare options and their vast benefits. In fact, everyone can benefit from Acupuncture whether seeking help for an existing health issue or just to promote overall wellness and to help prevent future issues. Acupuncture is an evidence-based modality and research from the National Institute of Health proves that Acupuncture is effective for use in pain management, osteoarthritis, postoperative or chemotherapy-related nausea, addiction, stroke rehabilitation, infertility and asthma, among others. In addition, The World Health Organization declares Acupuncture’s efficacy in relieving anxiety, panic disorders, insomnia and forty-two other medical conditions.

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Diapers Needed

Tell Them You Saw It In The Mt. Olive News - October 2011 - Page 17 problems for the infant, but a strain on the family that can lead to even more problems. The answer for many is the Diaper Bank, and Child and Family Resources in Mt. Arlington is hoping the community can help meet the need for diapers. According to statistics from Child and Family Resources, a healthy change of diapers costs $112 per month for children and $312 per month for adults. However, fulltime work at minimum wage grosses only about $1,160 per month; at $10/hour, it grosses about $1,600. Now think that the average rent for a one bedroom apartment is $1,045 per month, leaving only $115-$5 in disposable income for all other expenses, including taxes, food, transportation, clothes, and diapers. When you think about those who are unemployed and about homeless families, the picture is even grimmer. In some cases, the cost is not “short term”. Many disabled babies never outgrow the need for diapers, requiring them through adulthood. Child and Family Resources notes that for child care, school, and job training, many disabled children and adults require incontinence supplies. Cloth diapers are not a solution. For adults, they are not readily available For children, child care programs require disposable diapers for sanitary reasons. The result of a lack of diapers or diaper changes is not just a mess. A child who is left in the same dirty diaper risks everything from skin problems to hepatitis. Then there is the child’s reaction. The baby cries. Prolonged, non-stop crying can become unbearable for some parents and caregivers. Child and Family Resources notes that children under age three represent 28% of all abuse and neglect cases. The answer to the problem is disposable diapers for the Diaper Bank and that’s where Child and Family services needs the community’s help. There are many ways it can be done. Child and Family Resources offered these ideas: “Host a Diaper Drive at your workplace, congregation, or organization. We are in great need of sizes 4, 5 and 6 diapers. Collect unopened diapers at an upcoming party or family event. Donate Dollars for Diapers by making a check payable to Child and Family Resources or host a fundraising event for the Diaper Bank at Child and Family Resources.” Diapers are distributed through the following affiliated organizations: Children on the Green, Interfaith Council for Homeless Families, Little People’s Academy, the Morris County Office of Temporary Assistance, Jersey Battered Women’s Services, NORWESCAP Early Head Start Program, Parsippany Child Day Care Center, Catholic Charities Hope House, Homeless Solutions and Samaritan Inn Shelter. There are babies in need, and Child and Family Resources is hoping that the community will donate for those who can’t help themselves. For more on the Diaper Bank contact Claire Bianco at: Child & Family Resources 111 Howard Blvd., Ste.201 Mt. Arlington, NJ 07856 (973) 601-6157 or cbianco@childandfamily-nj.org www.childandfamily-nj.org

by Elsie Walker his area and surrounding areas have been hit by high unemployment and problems associated with the recent flood conditions. While it is difficult enough for adults to try to keep their heads above water (so to speak), think about the effects on infants. Infants depend on a parent to provide necessities like food and diapers. However, when money is short or non-existent, parents may not have enough to buy diapers. Neither WIC, Medicare, nor food stamps cover diapers (except for hospice care). Parents of infants may resort to trying to stretch the diapers out, making the child go without a change or more. This can cause not only health

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hen you decide you can’t live with the chronic tightness in your neck and shoulders a day longer, or your sciatic nerve is not letting you sit for more than 20 minutes, here are some things to look for when reaching out to a Massage Therapist for the first time. New Jersey State License – this ensures that the therapist successfully completed the State required number of training hours (500 hours for NJ) at an accredited school and the mandatory background check and finger printing was completed. This license should be in open view at their place of work. Ask if the Therapist is a member of any professional organization such as ABMP (Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals – ABMP.org), AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association – amtamassage.org). Such organizations require their members to conform to the accepted codes of conduct & practice and to get continuing education on a regular basis. To find a Massage Therapist in your area you can go to massagetherapy.com and enter your zip code. You should arrive early especially for your first appointment as you will most

likely have to complete paper work. The massage room should always be a comfortably warm temperature, the lights should not be glaring and the music soothing. The massage table should always have at least two sheets and a face cradle cover. The massage lubricants can be oil, cream, lotion and gel. If you have any allergies, especially to nuts, be sure to tell your therapist. Your body is always covered except for the area being worked on. You can also choose to remain completely clothed. There are hundreds of different modalities of massage therapy and what is commonly referred to as energy work. If you’re not sure what you need, ask the Therapist to describe what kind of work they do, then describe your symptoms. S/he should be able to explain how they can help you or refer you to a colleague who can. There are many independent Massage Therapists who charge reasonable rates for truly therapeutic work. Some brief & basic explanations (Keep in mind that you, the Client, dictate the level of pressure that you want.): Swedish massage – great for destressing and relaxation usually with moderate pressure; Deep Tissue – great for focusing on chronic tight

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areas using a firmer pressure to help break up the tight muscles; Reflexology (not the same thing as a foot massage) - organs & muscle groups of your body are mapped on the soles of your feet (and hands and ears). Specifically trained Reflexologists manipulate these areas to bring relief. Peggy Burke LMT, (peggyburke.massage

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by Elsie Walker alem Pact”, “Touching the Dead”, “Vampire “ Resurrection” and “Deadly Innocence”…..all those titles sound like the perfect Halloween reading fare. Ask their author, Carlotta Holton of Chester Township, and she’ll tell you that she is definitely a Halloween person. While she has fond memories of many childhood and adult Halloween parties, it may just be her writing that truly reflects the Halloween spirit in her. Holton was dubbed the “Queen of Superstitions” by her publisher when her book “Touching the Dead” came out. This month “the Queen” will be presenting various programs related to her books at the Ocean County Library Book Festival, Toms River; the Watchung Public Library; the Bound Brook Public Library and at a local Red Hat group. She will be marking Halloween by doing a radio show on WMBS-CBS, Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Holton’s books focus more on psychological horror than the gory. For her inspiration, she’s turned to some of the great historic mysteries: “Unresolved mysteries from the pages of history, e.g. the Salem witchcraft trials, ancient ethnic superstitions, the lost colonists of Roanoke, the allegedly murderous Lizzie Borden, and the strange deaths in the Cornell and Borden families, sparked my imagination and have made for unique horror stories,” she said. For example, Holton’s book, “Salem Pact”, is about a college professor who gets permission to re-enact the infamous Massachusetts trials for the entertainment of visitors to historic Salem Village. Suddenly, the dramatic history lesson become a modern nightmare as innocent people are

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Tell Them You Saw It In The Mt. Olive News - October 2011 - Page 19 accused of serving Satan and sentenced to all-too-real executions. Similarly, the missing colonists of Roanoke inspired “Vampire Resurrection”. The story takes place in Manteo, North Carolina where people start turning up dead or deranged. Two journalists with some history of their own, set about investigating the catastrophe which, according to a Native American sage, is that the people are falling victim to Count Roget, a French vampire believed to have devoured the members of the Lost Colony of Roanoke in 1587. One of her books,”Deadly Innocence”, addresses the idea of whether immoral behavior be inherited when murders start happening around eight-year old Grace. Grace’s ancestors include Rebeckah Cornell and Lizzie Borden. Has Grace a deadly gene? Unlike her other books, “Touching the Dead” is not one story, but a collection of 17 short stories which Holton describes as “alarming stories of superstition, madness, revenge, and the ancient struggle between good and evil”. For that, her inspiration was a little different than the others. “The stories are based on superstitions from across this country and around the world. Some were based on my own childhood beliefs, others garnered from travel assignments,” she said. Holton’s books have won her a variety of accolades including Best Anthology/Compilation 2008 – New England Book Festival; Best Horror Book Of The Year 2007, Books and Authors.net; New Jersey Press Women, First Place, Fiction 2009; Finalist, Fiction, Horror, National Best Books 2009 Award USA Book News; National

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Federation of Press Women 2nd place fiction at large; and the Excellence Award in Fiction Writing 2011 from the New Jersey Press Women’s Association. Last year, he Morris County Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Committee honored Carlotta and six other women as “a new generation of strong women who continue to achieve success”. Holton’s started her writing career as a journalist. Her continued on page 28

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s we watch the seasons change, we can also see the positive changes of the pre-school students enrolled at CS Gymnastics in Flanders. Whether they participate in the Bunny tots (1 ½ -3yrs) with parents, Bouncin’ Bunnies (3-4yrs), or Gym n’Learn Pre-School –combining Pre-K academics and fitness, these youngsters are having a healthy lifestyle reinforced in a Fun environment every week. The national organization, USAGymnastics, strongly promotes the many benefits of being involved in a

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a fitness. The sport of ALL sports - Gymnastics prepares kids for all sports. To see for yourself, come visit CS Gymnastics in Flanders during our upcoming Gym n’ Learn Back to School Night/Open House on Thursday, October 20th. See how you can get your special young ones involved in the Fun and over-all body developing gymnastics programs at CS Gymnastics in Flanders. Contact us at 973-347-2771, or visit www.csgymnasticsinc.com.

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continued from page 9 landfill site in the ITC South area. When I first brought the concept of selling the landfill to the township, we were able to obtain a bid for sale which would have netted Mt. Olive over 10 million dollars. Although that deal fell through because of the failing national economy, as mayor, I intend to negotiate a contract for the sale of that property and/or to take a portion of that property and generate income through creation of solar power. One additional untapped area of tax revenue for the township is through the development of the Morris Canal near Waterloo Valley Road as a historical destination. Potentially,

this may also lead to increased commerce for our commercial establishments in town through increased visitors to the site. Health and Senior Services: I have initiated contact with Hackettstown Regional Medical Center who, as part of their outreach program, has an interest in exploring the concept of opening an acute medical treatment facility in Mt. Olive. One purpose would be providing access to residents in the cases of injuries and illnesses which do not necessarily require full hospital services. Such a facility would be of great benefit to our residents in terms of convenience, as well as a ratable (this coincides with my business development plan). If elect-

ed, I will aggressively pursue this project, as it is a win-win on several levels. Reliable transportation has always been the greatest need for the senior population in Mt. Olive who do not drive. It has been brought to my attention that the current system is, at times, unreliable. I intend to ensure that our transportation reliability is significantly improved for both the seniors and handicapped residents of Mt. Olive and will look at the age of our buses and maintenance history of our buses to insure that the transportation is available as needed. In fact, if money becomes available, I will seek to develop a mini-bus system that runs at regular times throughout designated stops throughout the town. That type of system would benefit our businesses and residents. Personnel Issues: The first major task in this area will be finding a suitable replacement to fill the role of our town's business administrator. My requirements for this position will include someone who can think outside of the box and is knowledgeable in all aspects affecting municipal government. Doing more with less will have to be a philosophy to which this prospective employee subscribes, as that is part of my promise as Mayor of Mt. Olive. I also intend to re-establish our part-time grants coordinator and make her full-time. The position more than funds itself by obtaining increased outside funding which benefits Mt. Olive. We cannot afford to miss out on existing grants which are available to us, but are not currently sought due to time constraints of the

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position as it exists today. Another commitment I will make as mayor is to maintain a minimum of 48 police officers in Mt. Olive. In the near future, we are likely to see significant savings through academy hiring to replace more senior retiring officers. Infrastructure Needs: In this area, I will continue to work with all sporting organizations in town. They clearly recognize that their participation is required to maintain and improve the sporting facilities that they utilize here in Mt. Olive. Through these partnerships, as well as partnerships with other local businesses, I will address the following issues: drainage at Turkey Brook fields; installation of new lacrosse fields; consideration of turf fields at either Turkey Brook or the old Blue Atlas site. Also, I will insure the creation of additional paved and unpaved trails for more passive forms of recreation, such as walking, as well as other sporting opportunities at our preserved open space parcels. Resurrecting another important issue that pertains to safety, I will arrange a meeting with the State DOT regarding the idea of a traffic light at the Route 46 and Connelly Avenue intersection. I believe that the area is dangerous without a light. For this reason, I will make obtaining one at that intersection a priority. Finally, we need to find a solution for the Rosewood Ditch. The DEP needs to understand that the current status of the ditch is unacceptable and presents a health hazard to continued on page 24

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Janice’s Blog
the slimmest laptop, it’s in the brand new model of that very thing we don’t really need but must have. But the more we distract ourselves with everything that’s outside of ourselves, the harder it is to see what’s inside. One of my favorite children’s books is Shel Silverstein’s “The Missing Piece” (and the sequel, “The Missing Piece Meets The Big O”). If you happen to be in the bookstore, pop on over to the children’s aisle and give it a read. Personally, I think it’s in the wrong section entirely, it should be in the adult “Self-Help” aisle. The idea is that a sweet, little pac-man shaped character goes looking for the missing piece that he thinks will make him whole, only to discover in the end, that there’s nothing really missing from his life after all. The search for what he thinks is missing was only a distraction from seeing the beauty of the fullness of his life. Oh, by the way, if you come to my house, you’ll find both of those books on my shelf, my most prized literary material! When you begin to learn to trust that you have everything you need, life just gets eas-

“The Missing Peace”

By Janice C. Molinari ometimes when a lesson comes, it hits you from all sides. It seems like recently, I’ve been hearing the same thing over and over. It comes in different voices trying to get me to pay attention. Maybe it’s time for me to really listen up and hear the message that’s being delivered. Here’s what it’s saying…”You already have everything you need for your own greatness.” That’s shocking. And at the same time, it feels like something I’ve always known deep down in my core. I’ve heard time and again “you do not GAIN something, you UNCOVER what has been there all along, what will always be there.” In a society that’s constantly delivering the message, “you NEED the latest and the greatest”, it is no wonder this message that is embedded in our very DNA, gets lost. We know deep down that we already possess everything we need. But somehow, we still get distracted by the message that what we’re looking for exists in something outside of ourselves. It’s in the latest iphone or

ier. We carry our greatness within us, we just need to remove the clutter and let it shine. We need to stop searching for the thing that we think will make us complete, we need to stop looking for our Missing “Peace” and realize that we are already whole and beautiful…all on our own.

Janice C. Molinari is the owner of Ananda Yoga located in Mendham, NJ . Join her at the studio on October 27th at 8pm for her FREE monthly workshop, “The Conversation”. A discussion group about what really matters in life. Visit anandayogamendham.com for details.

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iding a surge of research showing that learning a foreign language early in life improves math and reading skills and SAT scores later in life, Foreign Language program Lango Adventures has begun teaching Mandarin Chinese, Spanish and French to kids ages 6 month old 11 years in the Northwest NJ and sur-

New Foreign Language Program to Teach Mandarin, Spanish and French to Northwest NJ-area
rounding communities. Bringing Lango to this area is owneroperator and Chester NJ resident Agnes Beede. A mother of 6 Children who became unemployed after 9 years of working at Novartis Pharmaceuticals. Agnes started Lango a year ago after her daughter lost the Language program at her school, now her daughter is learning Spanish, French and Chinese after she decided to become entrepreneur. Convinced of the importance of learning new languages when traveling overseas, Agnes says that America falls far short when it comes to a key aspect of getting along in an increasingly global society. Joining forces with San Franciscobased Lango, Agnes has hired nativespeaking and certified teachers who use a proprietary curriculum, teaching classes in local schools, community centers and other facilities. Lango classes employ music, movement, playacting, games, reading and writing and art activities in a high-energy environment. “We strive to reach every child in the manner that best suits their learning style,” continues Aggie. “We believe that every child should learn another language, and that every child can learn another language. Our teachers work really hard to ensure that we make good on this belief.” Foreign language instruction among

young children has indeed gained wide acceptance in recent years as numerous studies have shown that learning languages early in life impacts a child in a variety of ways. In addition to being able to speak the language devoid of accents that teenagers and adults typically appropriate, children benefit through accelerated cognitive development, which has been shown to result in stronger achievement in other subject, including math and reading, and even in higher test scores. “When you’re learning a second language not long after learning your first, your brain isn’t so cluttered, and it’s not anchored to the sounds and patterns you already know,” says Aggie. “They say those little kids are like sponges, and it’s really true; I see it every day in our classes, as they soak it up readily and naturally. It’s a blast to watch happen.” Lango website www.lango4kids.com Phone 973-476-3137 - Email langoadventures@gmail.com

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Mayoral Candidate...
continued from page 21 our residents. The recent Marveland Farms application brought that issue to light again. We need to move on the issue while it has momentum and the evidence continues to mount. Shared Services: I have long encouraged exploring every shared service opportunity available to Mt. Olive. The township to date has seized those opportunities. As Mayor, I will encourage the township employees to continue to explore every shared service opportunity with the county, other municipalities and our school board. With high taxes always an issue, how do you plan to tackle increasing costs? Reduce spending and increase revenue through: Public private partnership to build and maintain our infrastructure needs; Greater shared services to reduce our costs; Attracting smart growth to

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add additional tax revenue and increase the viability of our existing businesses without putting more children into our school system. Control spending. Is there anything you would like to add or stress? “Leadership is more than just running for and being elected to an office. It is about earning the respect of those who seek direction and are affected by the decisions made. My record clearly shows that I care deeply about this town, as I have been involved in its betterment for many years. Whether it is my record of service for the town, or the endorsements of so many who have worked beside me and understand my passion for service, as well as my ability to get things done, I hope that you will consider me for mayor of Mt. Olive this election. I ask for your support and your vote on November 8th, 2011.”

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Mt. Olive HS Cheerleaders to hold Tricky Tray Oct. 22

he Mount Olive High School Cheerleaders will be having their annual fundraising tricky tray on Saturday, October 22, 2011. The event will be held in the cafeteria at Mount Olive High School, 18 Cory Road in Flanders, N.J. The Mount Olive High School Parents Club is sponsoring the tricky tray. Doors will open at 6 p.m. Over 225 trays and items are available for prizes! Admission is $5 per person and will include coffee or tea. Red tier tickets cost $5 for one

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sheet and $20 for five sheets. Gold and Black-tier tickets are available at door. Those who purchase raffle tickets in advance are admitted free. Advance raffle tickets will be available at the Mt. Olive High School home football games, as well as at the high school front desk/visitors center. The event also includes 50/50 tickets, door prizes and refreshments. For more information, please contact Maggie Bagley at mecbagley@optonline.net.

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ountain Creek the tri-state area’s premiere destination for mountain excitement, is pleased to announce an unprecedented investment of $40 million in improvements to the resort for this winter. An investment of this size is rarely seen done at one time and will include several new additions and substantial upgrades that will dramatically improve the overall experience for each segment of Mountain Creek’s diverse clientele. Conveniently located in Vernon, NJ, Mountain Creek is just 47 miles from the George Washington Bridge and an easy drive from points throughout eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Its location, coupled with these improvements, will further solidify Mountain Creek’s position as the top destination for on-snow adventure-seekers living in the region. The new developments taking place at Mountain Creek’s facilities will benefit anyone who comes to the resort, from novice skiers to the veteran locals alike. Visitors this winter will have access to one of the finest, most modern day-lodges on the east coast, a high-tech rental facility that transports equipment to the slopes for the user, five new slopeside dining options, three new bars and entertainment options, and the largest snow tubing park in the country. Beginners will enjoy newly designed teaching terrain that will make learning to ski or snowboard easier than ever before. More daring skiers and snowboarders can utilize the two new BagJump™ features. These inflatable stuntman-style landing pads, will allow guests to experience the thrills of big air and spins with the safety of an impact-free landing. “The improvements made this year to Mountain Creek are nothing short of amazing. We now have destination level, world-class facilities that are well above anything within a four-hour drive of Manhattan. Regardless of if our guests are

Mountain Creek Reinvents For Winter With $40 Million In Improvements
coming for the day or looking to make a weekend out of it, everything is in place to provide an incredible experience,” commented Bill Benneyan, Mountain Creek’s Chief Marketing Officer. “The technology in our rental center is truly next level, our snow tubing park is the biggest in the country and our terrain parks consistently win national recognition. Whether you’re looking to try snowboarding for the first time, a seasoned skier looking to sharpening their skills or a hardcore park enthusiast, there’s now something for everyone here at Mountain Creek.” Details on Mountain Creek’s recent improvements include: • New Red Tail Lodge: Visitors to Mountain Creek’s blog (http://creektalks.blogspot.com/) have watched the extraordinary 55,000 square foot Red Tail Lodge take shape. Merging rustic charms with high-tech elegance, the lodge is comprised of three floors, two bars, a fine dining restaurant, indoor and outdoor dining options, and a state-of-the-art rental center. With all of these features packaged together under one roof, the Red Tail Lodge is easily one of the most modern and plush day lodges in the East. • Revolutionary New Rental Center and Learn-To Area: Learning to ski or snowboard can be daunting. The physical experience of simply securing your rental equipment can be a tiresome process, which can make actually getting onto the snow to learn even more challenging than it needs to be. Mountain Creek’s new technology-driven rental system fills out your paperwork with just the swipe of a credit card or driver’s license, and then transports your equipment via a surface elevator to the new on-snow “Schoolyard” teaching area so

it’s there waiting for you when you arrive. No fumbling required! Revolutionary New Rental Center and Learn-To Area Continued: In addition, the new learning area will feature an intuitive, terrain-assisted learning paradigm that makes the experience of learning to turn on snow easier, more successful, less tiring and more enjoyable for beginners, complete with a special ‘Cool School’ station. • Action Lift Company Restaurant: A new 180-seat slopeside restaurant pays homage to Mountain Creek’s past while providing the modern amenities that visitors desire. Located at the base of the Appalachian Hotel at Vernon Peak, the restaurant will feature a mix of traditional home cooking and real Southern-style BBQ. The interior will be decorated with posters, pictures and icons representing the deep history of rollicking spirit of invention and fun in the Vernon Valley area, including Action Park, Great Gorge, the Playboy Club and the rich heritage of skiing and snowboarding in New Jersey, which includes the headquarters of Cubco Bindings, the first Head Ski test and early proving grounds for snowboard pioneer, Tom Sims. The Action Lift Company is destined to be a great place to get a drink, relax with family for a sit down dinner or simply just unwind on the patio and while breathing in the fresh mountain air. • Drop Zone Snow Tubing Park: With more than 35 lanes totaling six miles of runs, it will be the largest snow tubing facility in the country. In addition to the tubing chutes, there’ll be free-to-try demo skis and snowboards in the Snow Play continued on page 38

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200 Years Old and Looking To The Future

by Elsie Walker rakestown United Methodist Church has dreams. Those dreams include ways it can move out into the local community to make a difference. Located on Church Street not far from Route 46 East in Budd Lake, the church has been part of the area for two centuries. Recently, it is celebrated its 200th anniversary with a concert by The Gospel Project and a re-dedication service with a pot lunch luncheon. However, while noting its heritage, the church’s focus is on now and the “future”. “We want to be known as ‘The Drakestown Church- a United Methodist Community’,” said the church’s pastor, the Rev. Bob Mayer. That community’s history began with Christians gathering in that place called Drakestown two hundred years ago. However, it wasn’t until 1858 that the actual church was built. Also, according to the New Jersey Civil War Cemetery site, there is well-kept small historic cemetery by the church. Looking at the church today, people can see some changes that have been made over

the years such as the change in the steeple and the addition of the basement and the handicapped ramp. The Friendship Hall, a separate building which was erected in 1956 (as a gift from the Smith family), offers space for a variety of meetings. However, one thing remains the same. The church cares and now reaches out to others near and far in a number of ways. “Our food pantry is very active. We work with the neighborhood schools at the holidays. We are sending our second team to the Appalachia Service Project this month. On November 19th, we will have our Free Community Turkey Dinner. We [provide room for] eight Alcoholic Anonymous meetings and one Overeaters Anonymous meeting each week, “ shared Mayer. Currently, one of the most visible signs of the church working in the community is its Drive In Prayer Tent. Originally a Lenten project, the tent now operates on Mondays from 6 - 8:30 am and 5 6:30pm. “We are praying for all the commuters and the community around us. It is our way of showing we care and we are there for them,” said Mayer.

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"Winnie the Pooh," the world's most beloved bear, finds himself in all sorts of adventures with his friends Christopher Robin, Tigger, Kanga, Roo Owl, Piglet, Rabbit and Eeyore in a delightful play for children at the Pax Amicus Castle Theater in Budd Lake. "Winnie the Pooh" plays on Oct. 22, Oct. 29, Nov. 5 and Nov. 12 at 11 a.m.; Friday, Nov. 4 at 4 p.m. and Nov. 10 and Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. All seats are $12. Please call the box office at 973-691-2100 for reservations.

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Members of Cub Scouts Pack 47 of Flanders help clean up Flanders Park on September 12, 2011. The boys logged over 40 hours of community service. Submitted photo.

n September 12, 2011, members of Pack 47 and their parents/siblings, helped clean up Flanders Park. In all, they collect over 10 bags of trash and helped log over 40 hours

Scouts clean up Flanders Park

of community service. For those children in grades K-5 interested in joining Pack 47 Flanders NJ, please contact Cyndi Marchand at (201) 738-2356.

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continued from page 19 positions included working as a reporter for the Independent Press, features writer for The Daily Journal, Health editor/travel writer at The Record of Bergen County, regular contributor to Jersey Weekly Section of The New York Times for six years, and stringer for The Star Ledger. She’s taught journalism, creative writing, composition and literature at the College of St. Elizabeth, Convent Station and at Union County College. Most recently, she was Executive Director of the New Jersey Press Women. How did she go from journalist to horror maven? “Having written objective news for the media for so many years, I cherish the times I have for creating fiction. The evolution of my horror writing stems from two passions: the first is that I have always been intrigued

with the many mysteries in the pages of history. These unresolved mysteries are perfect literary fodder for all kinds of suppositions. Secondly, I am fascinated with the power of the human mind and how psychological terror – as opposed to gory violence – has a subtle, yet very corrosive impact, on the mind and soul. I love the stories of Edgar Allan Poe and contemporary horror novelist, John Saul. I think planting a seed of doubt and or fear creates an anticipatory anxiety or ‘what if’ thinking that preys on the psyche and can be crippling to the spirit over a long period of time,” Holton said. Now, even while spending the month speaking and sharing about her books, Holton is working on more. She is working on “Touching the Dead … Again. Volume II” and a one-act play. Horror never takes a holiday, even on

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Thomas Edison and The Ghost Machine – Truth or Dare
paper away from the stranger’s view. The stranger placed his hand on the assistant’s head and was able to call out every name on the paper. To confirm this was not a hoax, Edison asked if he could answer a question for him. The question he chose related to his storage battery. He wrote down – Is there was anything better than nickel-hydroxide? The stranger answered – “No. There is nothing better.” The mysterious man left without his calling card and never returned again. This incident gave Edison a more serious consideration to paranormal sciences and not to dismiss it as pure quackery. Edison met the famed medium Dr. Bert Reese. He thought Reese was a prodigy who had developed a new sense that all humans are capable of developing. Confirmation of Edison interests in determining if there was life after death appeared in a special January 23, 1921 New York Times feature story by A.D. Rothman entitled: Mr. Edison’s “Life Units” Hundred Trillion in Human Body May Scatter After Death – Machine to Register Them. Edison goes into details about his life after death theories and the apparatus that could register it. However, in final closing argument he denies that his experimentation has spiritual motives. He tells his audience during this interview: “The grub when it dies splits open. A remarkable change occurs, a butterfly comes forth. I am investigating the butterfly existence of human life, but I have nothing to do with transmigration of souls. One is scientific; the other I know nothing of.” Was Edison’s New York Times interview a bit of the Wizard’s sensational chitchat or was it a media premiere to

by Michele Guttenberger here is a long running legend that Thomas Edison thought it was possible that a machine could be invented for the purpose of helping humans communicate with the dead. Whether Edison had actually worked on developing this machine is pure conjecture. If you ask those who give credence to paranormal sciences, they claim that Edison was serious in his claim and had something in development. If you ask an Edison historian the verdict is – they were thoughts he gave some theory to. However, he left no records of any apparatus blueprints on application of these theories. In all the documents, notations and patent applications that have been archived and collected no one has found hardcopy evidence of its existence. Thomas Edison himself may be blamed on how these rumors got started. In a 1920 interview for Scientific American with B.C. Forbes (later founder of Forbes magazine), Edison was quoted saying: “...I am inclined to believe that our personality hereafter will be able to affect matter. If this reasoning be correct, then, if we can evolve an instrument so delicate as to be affected, moved, or manipulated...by our personality as it survives in the next life, such an instrument, when made available, ought to record something.” Edison attracted many people from the scientific community and that included those involved in the paranormal who wanted to engage his attention. One day a clairvoyant stranger had walked into his lab claiming he could read minds. Edison allowed the stranger to demonstrate his abilities. Edison’s assistant wrote some names on a slip of

new mind bending discoveries to come. To this day it still remains a topic for debate. Although, you won’t find the Ghost Machine, there are many mind probing exhibits at the museum. Visit The Thomas Edison Museum. Open Wednesday through Sunday. Hours are 9:00am - 5:00pm Fee is $7.00 211 Main Street West Orange, NJ 07052 Visit website for more details http://www.nps.gov/edis/index.htm

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This is Jake from Eleventh Hour Rescue. He is a 1 year old, handsome, brindle, Pit Bull mix. Although neglected as a young puppy, and in need of finding the “right” family to adopt him, he has made wonderful progress in gaining appropriate social skills. This dog may not be for everyone, but truly is a Diamond in the Rough. With the right environment, the right training, and the right owners, Jake is ready to blossom now. He is a favorite amongst the volunteers and many of them have been working with him one-on-one to bring him along. We are proud of his progress and want to find his forever home now. To read more about Jake, to see all of our adoptable pets, to see our upcoming events, or to make a donation, please visit our website at: www.ehrdogs.org or call: 973-664-0865.

This is Huck (Puppy) from Eleventh Hour Rescue. This 6 month old, black lab mix, would be an adorable addition to any home. Full of puppy love and curiosity about his surroundings, Huck will explore everywhere he goes, and when needed, he will obey the “No” command. Huck is very playful and enjoys a good game of “fetch” whenever he can. He’ll chase his toy and then dutifully return it to you and drop it for another toss. As with all youngsters, Huck is full of enthusiasm and has a lot of energy. He will need a Family that is willing to train him and harness that energy. To read more about Huck, to see all of our adoptable pets, to see our upcoming events, or to make a donation, please visit our website: www.ehrdogs.org or call: 973-664-0865.

Meet Bonito (pictured here) from Eleventh Hour Rescue. He and his other siblings, Pee Wee, Herman, and Barbie are 4 months old. They are all neutered/spayed and up to date on shots. The Foster Mom reports that they are the most affectionate kittens that she has ever fostered. They adore human companionship and purr whenever any human comes close to them. They love to be petted and held too. They are very playful and get along great with other cats. To read more about Bonito and his siblings, to see all of our adoptable pets, to see our upcoming events, or to make a donation, please visit: www.ehrdogs.org or call: 973-664-0865. Also, follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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ou can host a fabulous holiday dinner party with a guaranteed-delicious menu like this one, crafted by Kendall-Jackson® and The Beef Checkoff. Sweet and Savory Petite Steak Sandwiches set the party off on the right note. The first bite of the entrée, juicy Pistachio-Crusted Tenderloin with Cabernet Sauce, will have guests begging for the recipe. And for the perfect ending, offer Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Riesling Raisins. Holiday Beef Roasts —Tenderloin Roast: The most tender of all, this lean roast is available whole or as a smaller center-cut. —Rib Roast: This show-

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of fruit and subtle spice notes. Perfect with a dessert like panna cotta. To learn more about Kendall-Jackson wines and recipes, visit www.KJ.com. roast (about 2 to 3 pounds) Cabernet Sauce: 1 tablespoon olive oil 4 ounces cremini or button mushrooms, slice 1/4 cup finely chopped shallots 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup reduced-sodium beef broth, divided 1 cup Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 1 tablespoon cornstarch Heat oven to 425°F. Combine nuts and thyme in small bowl. Spread mustard evenly over all surfaces of beef roast; press nut mixture evenly onto mustard. Place roast in shallow roasting pan. Insert ovenproof meat thermometer so tip is centered in thickest part of beef. Do not add water or cover. Roast 35 to 40 minutes for medium rare; 45 to 50 minutes for medium doneness. Remove roast when meat thermometer registers 135°F for medium rare; 150°F for

Serve with KendallJackson® Vintner’s Reserve® Cabernet Sauvignon Makes 8 to 12 servings 1/4 cup salted, shelled pistachio nuts, chopped 1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme 2 tablespoons Dijon-style mustard 1 center-cut beef tenderloin

Pistachio-Crusted Tenderloin with Cabernet Sauce

medium. Transfer roast to carving board; tent loosely with aluminum foil. Let stand 15 to 20 minutes. (Temperature will continue to rise about 10°F to reach 145°F for medium rare; 160°F for medium.) Meanwhile, prepare cabernet sauce. Heat olive oil in large nonstick skillet over medium heat until hot. Add mushrooms, shallots and salt; cook and stir 6 to 9 minutes or until mushrooms are browned. Add 3/4 cup broth and wine to skillet; increase

heat and bring to a boil; reduce heat slightly and cook 12 to 16 minutes or until liquid is reduced to 1 1/2 cups. Combine remaining 1/4 cup broth and cornstarch in small bowl. Whisk cornstarch mixture into wine mixture; bring to a boil. Cook 1 to 2 minutes or until sauce thickens, stirring frequently. Carve roast into slices; season with salt, as desired. Serve with cabernet sauce. Courtesy of The Beef Checkoff and KendallJackson Winery

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Easy, Elegant Ideas for Holiday Entertaining
Cheese plates are a great idea for an easy and elegant buffet. When selecting cheese, aim for variety – try mixing textures (soft, semisoft, hard and very hard) and flavors (mellow and sharp). Plan on at least 2 ounces of cheese per person. Here are some delicious cheese plate combinations: • Flavored cheddar, like chipotle, queso blanco and pepper Jack. Serve with grapes, pickled chiles, dates, grape tomatoes. • Gruyère, Havarti and blue or Gorgonzola. Serve with apple and pear slices, dried apricots, olive assortment. • Chèvre (goat cheese), Colby, cream cheese. Serve with chives, crackers, breads, chutney. Instead of serving a typical dip, try this scrumptious Smoked Salmon Cheesecake. It’s one of more than 1500 recipes featured in the 11th edition of the “Betty Crocker Cookbook.” In this edition you’ll find hundreds of new recipes, brand new features, all new photography and plenty of helpful tips and techniques. With the new “Learn to Make” feature to guide you through recipes, you’ll become an expert in no time. And the “Heirloom Recipe and New Twist” feature brings many classic dishes to life alongside up-to-date recipe versions

that you’ll want to try. For more great party recipes and ideas from the book, visit www.bettycrocker.com/ BCcookbook. continued on page 33

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Holiday Entertaining...
Prep: 30 minutes Total: 4 hours 20 minutes 36 servings

Smoked Salmon Cheesecake

1 cup crushed buttery crackers (about 24 crackers) 3 tablespoons butter, melted 2 packages (8 ounces each) cream cheese, softened 1/4 cup whipping cream 2 eggs 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 cups shredded Gouda cheese (6 ounces) 1/4 cup sliced green onions (4 medium) 1 package (4 1/2 ounces) smoked salmon, flaked 2 tablespoons sliced green onions (2 medium), if desired 2 tablespoons red caviar, if desired Pumpernickel crackers, if desired

Heat oven to 375°F. In small bowl, stir crackers and butter until well mixed. Press evenly in bottom of 9-inch springform pan. Bake about 8 minutes or until golden brown. Reduce oven temperature to 325°F. In large bowl, beat cream cheese with electric mixer on medium speed until smooth. Add whipping cream, eggs and salt; beat until smooth. Stir in Gouda cheese, 1/4 cup onions and salmon until well mixed. Spoon evenly over crust. Bake 45 to 50 minutes or until center is set. Run knife around edge of pan to loosen cheesecake. Cool completely at room temperature, about 1 hour. Cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours but no longer than 48 hours. Remove side of pan. Place cheesecake on serving platter. Top with 2 tablespoons onions and the caviar. Cut into wedges. Serve with crackers.

Serves 4 Olive oil 1 13-ounce to 1-pound turkey breast, skin left on Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper 1 cup chicken stock 4 tablespoons butter 2 large oranges, segmented, membrane, seeds and pith removed (24 segments total) 4 tablespoons pistachios, toasted and roughly chopped 1/ 2 bunch chives, finely chopped Preheat oven to 400° F. Season turkey breast with salt and pepper. Set aside. Heat an 8 to 10-inch ovenproof sauté pan with olive oil over medium high heat. Place breast skin side down in hot pan, searing until skin is golden brown, for approximately 4 minutes. Transfer pan to middle shelf of preheat-

Roasted Turkey with Pistachios and Orange

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aving friends and family over for the holidays doesn’t have to be difficult. With these tips and a savory recipe from the all new “Entertaining Chapter” of the latest edition of the “Betty Crocker Cookbook,” (Wiley, 2011), experienced and novice hosts can pull off a festive party with ease. Setting a Buffet Table Buffets are a great option when the gathering is less formal or you’re short on table space. • Buffets can be set up on a variety of surfaces, including a center island or counter, dining room table, sideboard or folding table. Allow ample room for people to move around the serving area. • Arrange buffet items starting with the main course and then the side dishes, salad, condiments, bread, flatware, with glasses and napkins last. • Make cutlery bundles for easier carrying. • If people will be standing to eat, skip paper plates and use dishes or plastic plates. If you must use paper, make sure they are heavy-duty. Avoid serving foods that require cutting. What to Serve

Easy, Elegant Ideas for Holiday Entertaining
Cheese plates are a great idea for an easy and elegant buffet. When selecting cheese, aim for variety – try mixing textures (soft, semisoft, hard and very hard) and flavors (mellow and sharp). Plan on at least 2 ounces of cheese per person. Here are some delicious cheese plate combinations: • Flavored cheddar, like chipotle, queso blanco and pepper Jack. Serve with grapes, pickled chiles, dates, grape tomatoes. • Gruyère, Havarti and blue or Gorgonzola. Serve with apple and pear slices, dried apricots, olive assortment. • Chèvre (goat cheese), Colby, cream cheese. Serve with chives, crackers, breads, chutney. Instead of serving a typical dip, try this scrumptious Smoked Salmon Cheesecake. It’s one of more than 1500 recipes featured in the 11th edition of the “Betty Crocker Cookbook.” In this edition you’ll find hundreds of new recipes, brand new features, all new photography and plenty of helpful tips and techniques. With the new “Learn to Make” feature to guide you through recipes, you’ll become an expert in no time. And the “Heirloom Recipe and New Twist” feature brings many classic dishes to life alongside up-to-date recipe versions

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or most Americans, the holiday season is the busiest and most demanding time of the year. From social engagements and travel to buying gifts and baking, it’s often hard to juggle competing commitments. In fact, 80 percent of Americans anticipate stress during the holiday season, according to the American Psychological Association. If you are planning a cocktail or dinner party this year, remember, inviting friends and family into your home should be fun and festive, not overwhelming. Take time to plan ahead and follow these simple tips for a special gathering that both you and your guests will enjoy. Set the mood as you set the table. When entertaining, linen napkins and tablecloths can set the tone for the party and create a festive and welcoming experience for guests. If table linens are kept packed away, wash and freshen before setting the table. No one wants to see lipstick or food stains as they sit down for dinner. Before the party, wash linens with a gel detergent that attacks stains and rinses eas-

Easy Entertaining Tips for Holiday Celebrations
ily. Try Arm & Hammer Plus OxiClean Power Gel Laundry Detergent which removes stains like food, oil and grease. Menu planning 101. Expect guests to be thirsty and hungry when they arrive. Whether passing hors d’oeuvres or having a sit-down meal, buy and prepare plenty of food to keep everyone happy and full. To have enough cocktails on hand, plan for your guests to drink one to two drinks per hour of the party and calculate from there. Create a show-stopping centerpiece. Adding centerpieces, whether one large arrangement or a series of small vases or candles, can help dress up any room. Arrangements made from pine, holly, or berry branches tie nicely to the holiday season and can be found at any craft store. As an alternative, make an arrangement of pomegranates, cloves, and oranges to provide a pleasant and fresh scent. Warm up by the fire. If you have a fireplace in your home, lighting it during gatherings provides an intimate and cozy glow. If you have not used the fireplace in a while, make sure you open the flue. Then add newspaper and wood logs. Plan to light the fireplace 15-20 minutes before guests arrive. Arrange a festive soundtrack. Music is an essential component of any successful holiday party. Organize CD’s ahead of time or make a digital playlist on your mp3 player so you’re ready to push play and get the party started as soon as your guests walk in the door. Freshen up after the revelry. When the party has died down and it’s clean up time, check areas around the house for messy remnants from the celebration. In particular, carpets may appear dirty from heavy foot traffic. Sprinkle a liberal amount of baking soda over carpets, let sit for fifteen minutes, and then vacuum up. Baking soda will help neutralize any lingering odors in the carpet. For more pre- and post-entertaining house prep, visit www.armandhammer.com.

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he 35th Annual Morristown CraftMarket (www.morristowncraftmarket.org), one of the top juried, longest running and most successful fine crafts shows in the nation, will be held Friday, October 21 through Sunday, October 23 at the National Guard Armory in Morristown, NJ. The show hours are Friday, October 21, 5pm to 9pm; Saturday, October 22, 10am to 6pm; and Sunday, October 23, 10am to 5pm. In a Special Citation for 2011, the Arts Council of the Morris Area recognized the Morristown CraftMarket as a “nationally acclaimed charitable fine crafts show” and as “a major cultural event, attracting thousands of visitors each year in addition to gifted artists from over 25 states throughout the county.” Showcased in the Morristown CraftMarket are extraordinary, one-of-a-kind and limited edition fine crafts in all contemporary media. 160 artists will display and sell their original and magnificent creations in jewelry, leather, ceramics, metal, glass, wood, wearable fiber and more. “The artists compete in a rigorous, nationwide selection process and the panel of judges, who are peer judges, choose the best in each arts category,” said Geoffrey Price, Volunteer Show Director. The Morristown CraftMarket is sponsored and run by the not-for-profit Kiwanis Club of Randolph Township, NJ. All proceeds from the show benefit local charities such as the Interfaith Food Pantry and Meals On Wheels, among others. “The Morristown CraftMarket is one of only a handful of fine crafts shows of its size and quality in the country run to benefit charities in the community,” said Price.

Major Cultural and Charitable Event Showcases Nationally Acclaimed and Original Fine Crafts
Fall Plant Sale A Fall Plant Sale will be held which is included in admission to the show. The Plant Sale will feature best quality, elegant and unusual plants from two expert horticulturists who have appeared on The Martha Stewart Show. Ken Selody of Atlock Farm in Somerset, NJ will bring his one-of-a-kind living sculptures, including precisely trimmed topiaries, along with cacti and other succulents, tropicals, perennials and more. Kathleen Gagan of Peony’s Envy in Bernardsville, NJ will bring a handpicked selection of choice peony root cuttings for fall planting. The Friends of the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, a not-forprofit organization partnering with the Morristown CraftMarket which will be in Booth # 703, will present a special 20 minute demonstration: “Planting Bulbs with a Friend.” The demonstration will be held at 11:00am on Saturday, October 22 and Sunday, October 23 in the Conservatory. Also partnering with the Morristown CraftMarket are two other not-for-profit organizations: the Arts Council of the Morris Area, which will be in Booth #211, and the Interfaith Food Pantry. Visitors to the show are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to the Annex which is located near the main show floor. Tickets to Show Tickets to the Morristown CraftMarket are $10 at the door. A weekend pass may be purchased for $12. Children under 12 with an adult are free. A coupon for $2 off the admission price is available online at www.morristowncraftmarket.org.

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Page 38, October 2011, Tell Them You Saw It In The Mt. Olive News the successful merger of Mountain Creek with Crystal Springs Resort in May of 2010. Together, Crystal Springs and Mountain Creek offer 4-season world-class amenities including seven award-winning golf courses, 2 top-ranked spas, abundant lodging in 4 hotels including the distinctive Grand Cascades Lodge, a globally-renowned 120,000 bottle wine cellar, multiple venues for weddings, meetings and catered events, ski and snowboard, Mountain Creek Waterpark, Diablo Freeride mountain bike park. About Mountain Creek Located in Vernon, NJ, Mountain Creek is the tri-state area’s premiere destination for mountain excitement. Just 47 miles from the George Washington Bridge, Mountain Creek is easily accessible for New York, New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania residents looking for a world-class resort experience in less than two hours from many major locations. Mountain Creek offers over 167 acres of terrain on 4 mountain peaks with 100% night skiing and the region’s highest vertical at 1040'. More information on Mountain Creek can be found online at http://www.mountain creek.com/.

continued from page 26 Center, so inquisitive tubers who are eager to explore other winter activities can do so in a low-pressure setting. • 2 New BagJump™ Air Bags: Get ready to take flight. If you’ve ever wanted to try a big jump without the hard landing consequences, Mountain Creek is making it easier than ever to be that daring skier or rider. Two new BagJump™ air bags, which are essentially inflatable landing pads that cushion landings off of jumps, will be located at the South Terrain Park and Vernon Base all winter long. These are the same landing bags that many professional athletes use for training and can be found at major resorts around the globe. More information on BagJump air bags is available online at (http://www.bagjump.com/). • Expansive New Solar Project: Decreasing their environmental footprint is a major goal for Mountain Creek. For this winter Mountain Creek will be covering all of their parking spaces with new roof-mounted solar parking canopies, which will ultimately generate more than eight megawatts of electricity for the resort and decrease electrical usage by 50 percent. This is believed to be one of the largest resort solar installations in the US. All of these changes come on the heels of

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oNetco Supermarkets with ShopRite stores in Sussex, Morris and Warren counties will offer Flu and Pneumonia vaccinations beginning Thursday, October 13th through Sunday, October 16th at the stores. Administered by a registered nurse or licensed pharmacist, the cost for a flu vaccination will be $9.99. There is no charge for Medicare Part B customers. The cost of the pneumonia vaccination is $50. No appointment is necessary. Please call your ShopRite pharmacy with questions. ShopRite of Newton, 125 Water Street, Newton NJ 07860, 973-579-1119 Thurs., Oct. 13 (4:00pm - 8:00 pm), Fri., Sat., Sun., Oct 14, 15, 16 (10:00am - 4:00 pm)

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Energy Saver Tips Saving Energy and Money at Home & Business
Pay less for your electricity We have all been inundated with phone calls, emails and junk mail to switch to a different energy provider. Is it worth it? YES. Thanks to the deregulation of energy, you can now shop for a better rate. Just like the phone company and cable television, NJ, CT and PA and many other states have deregulated there energy market . Already, 40% of electric customers in CT and PA have converted to a different electric supplier and NJ customers are following this trend. In all the states mentioned, the local utility is still responsible for maintaining the existing wires, pipes and poles and billing. These new energy suppliers can provide the electricity at a lower cost than the existing utilities such as PSE&G, JCPL and ACE. However, when switching, beware, as some of these suppliers offer promotional rates which increase over time, have hidden fees and their rate does not include sales tax. Just make sure that the rate you’re offered is the rate you’ll pay. Lastly some have penalties if you want to switch, so read the terms and conditions, shop wisely and start saving There are many ways to cut energy consumption and be smarter in the way we use it. By doing just a few of the things mentioned in this article you will be adding money to your pocket.

t used to be so simple. “Just Turn the Lights Off!” Now with technology and competition, it’s become a little more complex. According to the Energy Data Book, heating accounts for 31% of the average energy bill, followed by appliances and electronics at 27% and water heating at 12%. Saving energy can be divided into three areas. 1. Use less. 2. Be more efficient when you are using it. 3. Pay less for it. USING LESS. The average family can cut energy consumption by more then 10% simply by doing the basics. Turn off lights, use timers on night lights, and turn your thermostat down at night. William Curcio, Executive Vice President at Eastern Propane located in Oak Ridge, NJ recommends the following six simple energy saving tips which can help you conserve energy and reduce your family’s home heating bills. • CHANGE YOUR FURNACE FILTER MONTHLY. Clean filters help your heating system work more efficiently. • DIAL BACK YOUR THERMOSTAT. You can cut annual heating bills by as much as 10 percent per year by turning your thermostat back 10-15 percent for eight hours per day. • GET A TIMER. Investing in a furnace thermostat timer saves you money by lowering your home’s temperature when you’re not at home. • KEEP JACK FROST FROM SNEAKING IN Reduce the air leaks in your home by caulking, and weather stripping windows, doors and other openings. • SCHEDULE A TUNE UP. A properly working heating system is more efficient and will save you money. • KEEP YOUR VENTS UNOBSTRUCTED. Arrange furniture and draperies so they do not block radiators, vents or baseboard units. The US Department of Energy recommends switching to more efficient lighting! BE MORE EFFICIENT. Switching to more efficient lighting is one of the fastest ways to cut your energy bills. An average household dedicates 11% of its energy budget to lighting. Using the latest lighting technologies can reduce lighting energy use in your home by 50% to 75%. Be sure to buy ENERGY STAR qualified. They will save you about $30 or more in electricity costs over each bulb’s lifetime. The top energy users for appliances are the refrigerator and washers, and dryers. When you shop for a new appliance, look for the ENERGY STAR label. ENERGY STAR products usually exceed minimum federal standards by a substantial amount. The Energy Guide label estimates how much power is needed per year to run the appliance based on the yearly cost. Many appliances continue to draw a small amount of power when they are switched off. These “phantom” loads occur in most appliances that use electricity, such as VCRs, televisions, stereos, and computers. Many people believe that equipment lasts longer if it is never turned off, this is an incorrect perception. Unplugging the appliance or using a power strip and using the switch on the power strip to cut all power to the appliance can avoid these phantom loads.

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