News Updates

May
19

Kiwanis Freedom Parade Applications

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The 2017 Randolph Kiwanis Freedom Parade will step off at Noon on Saturday, July 1.

The Freedom Parade - one of the largest Fourth of July weekend  parades in New Jersey - is sponsored and organized by the all-volunteer, not-for-profit Randolph Kiwanis Club in partnership with Randolph Township. It will start at the Mount Fern Methodist Church, 443 Quaker Church Road in Randolph, proceed down Quaker Church Road, make a right on to Center Grove Road, cross Route 10 and finish at the lower parking lot of the County College of Morris in Randolph.

Jan
25

Pins 4 Pets 2017

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The Kiwanis Club of Randolph Township will be hosting their second annual “Pins 4 Pets” bowling fundraiser to benefit the Eleventh Hour Rescue, a volunteer based, non profit, 501c3 organization that saves dogs and cats from death row.

Join us for a great day of bowling, bring your family, bring your friends - form a team!

Oct
05

40th ANNUAL MORRISTOWN CRAFTMARKET

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The Morristown CraftMarket, now celebrating its 40th consecutive year as a nationally acclaimed and charitable fine art and craft show featuring 150 gifted artists from over 25 states throughout the country, will be held Friday, October 14 through Sunday, October 16 at the Morristown Armory.

The show hours are:

Friday, October 14, 5pm to 9pm;

Saturday, October 15, 10am to 6pm; and

Sunday, October 16, 10am to 5pm.

 

Jun
28

Support the Randolph Kiwanis Freedom Parade

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Help support the tradition!

Sheriff Ed Rochford, who is retiring after 24 years as Morris County Sheriff and 51 years in law enforcement, will lead the Randolph Kiwanis Freedom Parade as Grand Marshal when it kicks off at Noon this Saturday, July 2. “We chose Ed Rochford to be Grand Marshal because of his exceptional record of public service,” said volunteer parade director Geoff Price.

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The Randolph Township Kiwanis Club has once again awarded  “SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SERVICE” to graduating seniors.

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