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Monthly Archives for June 2017

September 11th National Memorial Trail Makes Its Mark in Morris County

Posted: June 30, 2017

The September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance, in conjunction with the Morris County Park Commission, will be celebrating the unveiling of the first trail blaze on the September 11th National Memorial Trail on Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

The unveiling of the trail—a 1,300 mile tribute to first responders and those who perished on September 11, 2001—is open to the public and will take place at the Patriot’s Path trail entrance on Dolly Bridge Road in Randolph. Local fire and police departments, EMS and veterans will be in attendance.

Beginning in 2004, the September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance was formed to establish a memorial trail that links both the planned and existing memorial sites dedicated to September 11th, including the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and Flight 93 Memorial.

In addition to linking the three national memorials, the continuous trail also passes through over 50 landmarks such as the Eastern Continental Divide, Delaware Water Gap, and Morristown National Historical Park, and is accessible to automobiles, hikers, and bikers. “It is a true honor for Morris County to be a part of this memorial trail. We thank those who have put in incredible amounts of time and effort into making this trail not only something for people to enjoy, but a part of history as well,” said Dave Helmer, executive director of Morris County Park Commission.

For more information and to register, please visit morrisparks.net.


2017 Freedom Festival

Posted: June 21, 2017

2017 Freedom Festival
Thurs., June 29 - Sat., July 1

Featuring the best fireworks show in the county plus a parade, games, food trucks, live bands, rides, attractions, arts & crafts and much, much more! Activities all take place at the County College of Morris, located at Center Grove Road off Route 10 in Randolph.

Please be aware that smoking and pets are not allowed on the CCM campus. Anyone found violating these policies will be asked to leave the campus.

  • Thursday, June 29
    Freedom Festival—Country Night
    6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    One Price Night—ride all night for $25.00! Rides, games, food trucks, line dancing, bands, free family entertainment and vendors.
  • Friday, June 30
    Freedom Festival—Rock ‘N Randolph with Brendan Fletcher from The Voice
    6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    One Price Night—ride all night for $25.00! Rides, games, food trucks, bands, free family entertainment and vendors.
  • Saturday, July 1
    Parade Day
    Kicks off at 12 noon
    Starts at Dover Chester Rd. & Randolph Ave. (Mt. Fern Church) and ends at CCM (Center Grove entrance). Led by Grand Marshal Major General Michael R. Smith, USAR, Ret., the parade will include military units, community groups, bands, historical reenactments and more. Performing for the first time in the parade will be the 78th Army Band, which is an Army Reserve marching band based at Fort Dix, NJ.

    Freedom Festival—Meet and Greet with Brendan Fletcher & Home Grown Music Night
    2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    Rides, games, food trucks, bands, EaZy Bubble, free family entertainment and vendors.

    Fireworks
    Starts at 9:45 p.m.
    DJ 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    The best show in Morris County!
    $5 donation per car.

View the complete schedule of events (8 MB) 

The parade marches rain or shine. The rain date for the fireworks and July 1 festival events is Sunday, July 2. In the case of questionable weather, check the township home page for updates.

Sponsored by the Randolph Kiwanis Club in partnership with Randolph Township


Discounted Theme Park Tickets Available

Posted: June 21, 2017

The Randolph Township Department of Parks and Recreation is offering adult discounted tickets for a variety of area theme parks this summer.

  • Great Adventure, Safari and Theme for $43.50
  • Hurricane Harbor (water park only) for $33.00
  • Mountain Creek for $35.00
  • Dorney Park for $45.00

Tickets may only be purchased with a check. Please stop by the community center on Calais Road or call 973.989.7084 for additional requirements for purchasing summer discounted tickets.

 



Informational Display on the Asian Tiger Mosquito

Posted: June 15, 2017

Courtesy of the Morris County Division of Mosquito Control, there will be an informational display on the Asian tiger mosquito in the foyer of town hall from Monday, July 3 through Friday, July 7, 2017. The display may be viewed during business hours, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Learn where mosquitoes lay their eggs, the best ways to eliminate their habitat and more! Stop this mosquito from making your home its home.


Online Auction of Surplus Vehicles & Equipment

Posted: June 15, 2017

Vehicles, office equipment, jewelry and various other items belonging to the township will be offered for sale through the online auction services of usgovbid.com.

The five day online auction will begin Saturday, June 24, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. and continue through to Wednesday, June 28, 2017, at 6:00 p.m.

All auction items may be inspected on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the DPW maintenance facility located at 1345 Sussex Turnpike, Randolph for vehicles, bicycles, jewelry and at town hall for all other items.

In order to view and participate in this auction, you must register as a bidder at www.usgovbid.com. Pursuant to the terms and conditions posted there, all sales will be made to the highest bidder, shall be final, and sold in “as is - where is” condition, free from any guarantee or warranty. Bidders must be 18 years of age or older. All items must be removed within five business days of the close of the auction and Randolph Township has the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

Vehicles and other items belonging to Randolph Township for public online auction are as follows:

Lot #ItemVIN/Identification #
12004 GMC K-2500248896
22004 Ford F-350D63600
32002 Ford ExplorerD22422
42009 Ford F-350A00183
51994 Ford F-350A52325
62006 Ford F-350 MasonA68244
72010 Ford Crown Vic111198
82003 Ford ExpeditionC61983
92008 Ford ExpeditionA86644
102010 Ford Crown Vic111199
112008 Ford Crown Vic174655
121999 Groundsmaster 325-D200000273
13Late 1980s SDI green sprayer 
14ATV137154
15Various office equipment, jewelry, other items 

HSOR to Host Randolph Reminisces Program

Posted: June 6, 2017

The Historical Society of Old Randolph (HSOR) is pleased to announce that Paula (nee Rosenfarb) Antin and her brother, Norman Rosenfarb will be the next guest speakers in its special series of programs entitled “Randolph Reminisces.”

The public is invited to attend this free program on Monday, June 19, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Randolph Museum. The museum is located in the historic Brundage House at the main entrance to Randolph’s Freedom Park on Millbrook Avenue. Light refreshments will be served.

Paula, Norman, and older brother Seymour are the children of Isadore and Sophie Rosenfarb. The Rosenfarbs resided in Mt. Freedom. The children attended Randolph Township schools through eighth grade and then went on to graduate from Dover High School because Randolph High School was not built until the early 1960s.

Isadore Rosenfarb was the owner of farmland on Calais Road from which he operated his business as a cattle dealer and (later) as a dairy farmer. The Rosenfarb siblings will discuss their experiences growing up in Randolph. Paula will elaborate on her time spent working at Saltz’s Hotel and Norman will speak to his adventures on the farm.

For more information about this event or about any of the programs the HSOR sponsors, please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this e-mail address).


Sheriff’s HOPE ONE Initiative to Visit Randolph

Posted: June 1, 2017

HOPE ONE, the mobile recovery access center vehicle launched in April by the Morris County Sheriff’s Office, will be in Randolph on Monday, June 26, 2017. Residents are invited to stop by between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at the Acme located at 690 Millbrook Avenue.

The vehicle travels to different locations throughout Morris County to meet with and provide critical support for individuals struggling with addiction, with the goal of preventing drug overdoses and deaths. HOPE ONE is staffed with a Morris County sheriff’s officer, a licensed clinician and a certified peer recovery specialist who understand the needs of those suffering from addiction and are able to provide clients with immediate access to services and treatment facilities, leading them on the road to recovery and wellness. In addition, Narcan training and kits are provided to family members and friends of those suffering with opiate addiction.

The sheriff’s HOPE ONE initiative is in partnership with the Morris County Department of Human Services, the Mental Health Association of Morris County, Morris County Prevention is Key and the Center for Addiction Recovery Education and Success (CARES).