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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.
The Kiwanis Club of Randolph Township will be hosting our first ever “Pins 4 Pets” bowling fundraiser to benefit the Randolph Regional Animal Shelter.
Join us for a great day of bowling, bring your family, bring your friends - form a team!
“Pins 4 Pets” will be held on Sunday, July 10, 2016, 1:30 p.m to 3:30 p.m at Rockaway Lanes
365 Route 46, Rockaway, New Jersey. Registration is $20.00 per person which includes two hours of unlimited bowling and shoe rental.
The Randolph Kiwanis Club, in partnership with the Randolph Township, is proud to present the Randolph Township Freedom Festival. The Freedom Festival wil be held June 30th, July 1st and July 2nd. This event is RAIN or SHINE!
This family friendly event is held on the grounds of the County College of Morris (CCM), in parking lot P1 off of Center Grove Road. In addition to carnival rides and games, throughout the weekend there is live music, live entertainment, DJ’s, gourmet food trucks and other attractions.
The Randolph Township Kiwanis Club is offering four “SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SERVICE” to graduating seniors. The four scholarships are for $3,000 each as a one time distribution of funds for a total of $12,000.00 in 2017. These scholarships are for an accredited college, secondary institution, or technical school. All Randolph residents who are currently enrolled as high school seniors are eligible to apply.
The Randolph Kiwanis Club is hard at work, in partnership with the Randolph Township, planning the Randolph Township Freedom Festival. The Freedom Festival is a three day event scheduled for June 30th, July 1st and July 2nd. This event is RAIN or SHINE!
The Kiwanis club of Randolph Township is once again pleased and proud to work in conjunction with Randolph Township to present the Randolph Township Freedom Festival.
The 2015 Freedom Festival is a three day event that will be held on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th on the grounds of the County College of Morris in Randolph, New Jersey.
Kiwanis International's current global campaign for children is the Eliminate Project, the mission of which is to eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus around the world, saving the lives of 129 million mothers and their future babies.
For the 2 weeks leading up to Mother's Day, the Randolph Kiwanis is hosting a "FUNdRAISER" to benefit the Eliminate campaign at the Five Below store in the Target Plaza at the Rockaway Mall.
Five Below is a fun store where all items are $5.00 or less. The event will run from Sunday April 26th through Sunday, May 10th.
The Randolph Township Kiwanis Club is again offering two “SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SERVICE” to graduating seniors. The scholarships are for $1,500 per year for up to four years, a total award of $6,000 each. These scholarships are for an accredited college, secondary institution, or technical school. All Randolph residents who are currently enrolled as high school seniors are eligible to apply.
On Tuesday, October 7th 2014, members of the Randolph Kiwanis, RHS Key Club, Fernbrook K-Kids, Randolph town council, the Kull family and neighborhood famiiies gather at Kiwanis Park on Calumet Road in Randolph to celebrate the rededication of the Part and honor Kiwanis founding member Paul Kull.
The event was captured by TAP into Randolph - in this lovely article...