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Flemington's Main Street is considered one of the prettiest in America and a perfect example of a nineteenth century county seat....an historic district where 60% of the buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places...find out more in our History and Tourism sections.
This historic Victorian town, the seat of Hunterdon County, won international recognition in the 1930s when the county courthouse became the site of the famous Lindbergh kidnapping trial. Go Here. Town highlights include Fleming Castle. You can also ride the antique steam trains of the Black River & Western Railroad on an 11-mile roundtrip between Flemington and Ringoes. Northlandz offers a vast miniature railroad with 135 trains and eight miles of track as well as a 94-room dollhouse and doll museum. Outlet shopping is popular at Liberty Village, located at the site of the historic railroad turntable. And not to be forgotten Hunterdon County is known for Ballooning. To learn more Go Here.
Community Awareness

The 45th Anniversary Celebration of Hunterdon Helpline
Three Chef Spotlight Dinners

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HUNTERDON CHAMBER RADIO NEWS
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Roman Jewelers Celebrates 25th Anniversary with $25,000 Donation and chance for Flemington Community to find 25 "hidden" jewelry boxes
    Roman Jewelers of Flemington & Bridgewater is celebrating a milestone in their business - 25 years. And, the owners, Sophie and Roman Shor, along with the daughter, Lucy Zimmerman wanted to come up with some community-focused ways to celebrate.
    "25 years is pretty exciting for us, and we wanted to commemorate it in a significant way. The best way we could think of to do that was to give back and, of course, have some fun, too," says Sophie Shor, co-owner of Roman Jewelers.
    To celebrate, Roman Jewelers is donating $25,000 to local charities. These 25 charitable organizations were nominated by Roman Jeweler’s employees and each will receive a $1,000 donation. The selected charities are: Ability 2 Work (Baker’s Treat), America’s Grow-a-Row, Anderson House, ARC of Hunterdon County, Briteside Adult Day Center, BW NICE (Business Women Networking Involving Charity & Education), Family Promise, Flemington Fire Department, Flemington Food Pantry, Flemington Jewish Community Center, Flemington Police, Flemington Rescue Squad, Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce, Hunterdon Helpline, Hunterdon Museum of Art, Hunterdon Youth Services, Hunterdon Prevention Resources, Lions Club, Meals On Wheels in Hunterdon, Raritan Valley Community College, SAFE in Hunterdon, SKIT (Show Kids Invitational Theater), Steps Together, Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, and the YMCA of Hunterdon County.
    In the spirit of giving back to the Flemington community at large, for 25 days during the month of October, Roman Jewelers will be placing a total of $15,000 of jewelry prizes in and around businesses in Flemington. They are calling it “Finders Keepers” and hints will be provided through Facebook and Twitter posts as to the location of the next Finders Keepers prize. Prizes will be located mostly at other small businesses and people should be looking for Gold wrapped boxes with a "Finders Keepers" card on it. The winners are asked in the card to share a picture of themselves with the prize on social media, or emailing one to the store. Like the Roman Jewelers Facebook page to watch for the clues!
    The Shor/Zimmerman family is proud of their business and proud of their community. It stems from gratitude that began when the young family immigrated from the former USSR to Flemington in 1980. In Flemington, they met the community that embraced them and provided the freedom the family longed for.
    This 25th Anniversary celebration will culminate with an anniversary and holiday gala where Roman Jewelers’ family, friends, staff, charitable partners and long time customers will gather to celebrate. They will be toasting not only to the 25 years of wonderful business, but also to friends, customers and the community that made the Shor Family story possible.

HUNTERDON MEDICAL CENTER NEWS
Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation will Host the Crystal Ball
Under the Dome at Jack Cust Baseball Academy

     Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation will host its 34th Annual Crystal Ball on Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 6:30 PM at the Jack Cust Baseball Academy in Flemington, NJ. The dome that covers the baseball academy during the winter months will be transformed into an elegant ballroom. Titled “The Black and White Masquerade”, this year’s Crystal Ball proceeds, once again, will support Hunterdon Healthcare and its charitable medical mission.
      The Crystal Ball also enables the Hunterdon Healthcare System to honor those individuals who have made significant contributions toward the improvement of health in partnership with the organization or the community. This year the “Spirit of Hunterdon” crystal obelisk will be awarded to three individuals. They are Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns III; Hunterdon County resident and Bristol-Myers Squibb employee, Mark Peters, Pharm D; and Karen Kallens, RN, former Hunterdon County Medication Access Program Coordinator. “This year’s honorees were instrumental in introducing lifesaving medication access programs for Hunterdon County residents that have become models for the rest of the State”, stated Robert Wise, President and CEO, Hunterdon Healthcare.
     The event will begin with an open bar cocktail reception where guests will have a chance to mingle, and bid in the silent auction, while enjoying the evening. The cocktail reception will be followed by a lavish farm to table menu in the Grand Ballroom and an evening of dancing. “We decided to host the event locally to draw attention to the cultural richness of the Hunterdon County community as well as to celebrate Hunterdon Healthcare’s pledge to provide quality healthcare close to home,” stated Christopher Sickels, Executive Vice President, Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation and Senior Vice President, Community Affairs.
     The Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation, the fundraising organization for Hunterdon Healthcare, seeks gifts and grants from individuals, corporations, foundations and other sources to assist the Hunterdon Medical Center and its affiliated non-profit organizations. Annual charitable gifts to the Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation provide the essential support needed to expand clinical services and programs and maintain and enhance our facilities. For more information on the Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation visit, http://foundation.hunterdonhealthcare.org/ or call 908-788-6141.
     To inquire about sponsorship opportunities or to purchase tickets, please contact Christina O’Malley at 908-788-6134. To make an auction donation, please contact Randibeth Gallant at 908-788-6421.

Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers Open their Doors for a Free Work out
     The Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Clinton and the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Whitehouse Station are opening their doors for a Fall Open House. The community is invited to work out for free at the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Clinton on Tuesday, September 30th from 5:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. and on Thursday, October 2nd in Whitehouse Station from 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
     Attendees will enjoy open access to the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers, which includes use of the pool, whirlpool, a variety of classes, cardio equipment, various weight equipment, chair massages and complete locker facilities.
     The following classes will be offered during the open houses:
     Clinton - Tuesday, September 30th
     6:00 - 7:00 am Spinning
     8:00 - 8:45 am Aqua Pilates
     9:00 - 9:45 am Shallow Aquatics
     8:30 - 9:45 am BodyStep/Pump
     9:00 - -9:45 am Spinning
     9:00 - 9:45 am Pilates
     10:00 - 10:45 am BodyFlow
     10:00 - 10:45 am Strength
     11:00 - 11:45 am Zumba Gold
     11:00 - 11:45 am Yoga
     12:00 - 12:45 pm Intro to Spin
     12:00 - 12:45 pm Sr. Cardio/Strength
     12:00 - 12:45 pm Chair Yoga
     1:00 - 1:45 pm Chair Yoga
     4:30 - 5:15 pm BodyFlow
     5:00 - 5:30 pm Demo Tai JI
     5:00 - 5:45 pm BodyPump
     5:00 - 5:45 pm Intro to Spin
     5:30 - 6:00 pm Demo Kung Fu
     5:30 - 6:15 pm Pilates
     6:00 - 6:45 pm Spinning
     6:00 - 6:45 pm Zumba
     **6:00 - 7:30 pm Tai Ji
     7:00 - 7:45 pm BodyCombat
     7:00 - 7:45 pm Yoga
     **7:00 - 8:30 Master Swim
     **7:35 - 8:35 Shaolin Kung Fu
     ** indicates a fee based class
     Whitehouse - Thursday, October 2nd
     6:05 - 7:00 am Spinning
     8:00 - 8:45 am Pilates
     8:00 - 8:45 am BodyCombat
     9:00 - 9:45 am SH’BAM
     9:00 - 9:45 am Adv. Group Aquatics
     9:30 - 10:15 am BodyFlow
     10:00 - 10:45 am BodyPump
     10:45 - 11:30 am Aqua Zumba
     11:00 - 11:45 am Yoga
     12:00 - 12:45 pm Sr. Balance
     12:00 -12:45 pm Intro to Spin
     4:30 - 5:15 pm Pilates
     4:30 - 5:15 pm Spinning
     5:30 - 6:15 pm BodyCombat
     5:30 - 6:15 pm BodyFlow
     5:30 - 6:15 pm Spinning
     6:30 - 7:15 pm Yoga
     6:45pm - 7:45 pm Aquatics Boot Camp
     Special membership incentives will be available all week with extra savings at the open houses, including discounted enrollment fees and a number of great gifts for joining. The Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers are also offering a bonus incentive, turn in a scan tag from another gym and receive an additional $25 off your enrollment fee. The Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Clinton is located at 1738 Rte. 31 North in Clinton Township. For more information call 908-735-6884. The Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Whitehouse Station is located at 537 Rte. 22 East in Whitehouse Station. For more information call 908-534-7600.

American Golf Foundation Hosts Golf Outing to Benefit Hunterdon Hospice
     The American Golf Foundation’s Annual Golf Outing to benefit Hunterdon Hospice will be held at Beaver Brook Country Club in Annandale on Friday, September 26th . The event is a four person scramble and registration begins at 11:00 a.m., lunch at noon, shotgun start at 1:00 p.m. and dinner at 6:00 p.m. The cost for an individual golfer is $100 per person.
     Hunterdon Hospice provides physical, spiritual, psychosocial and bereavement support to those with a life threatening illness and their families. Services focus on quality of life, not length of life. Hospice’s unique approach addresses the needs of the entire family unit in planning care. For more information on Hunterdon Hospice call, 908-788-6600 or visit www.hunterdonhealthcare.org/hospice
     For more information or to register for the American Golf Foundation’s Annual Golf Outing, call 908-735-4200.

Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center Will Hold Triathlon Training Program Information Session
     The Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Clinton will offer a Triathlon Training Program. On Saturday, October 18th at 10:30 a.m. will be an information session to learn more about the program. This session will be held at the at the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center, located at 1738 Route 31 North in Clinton.
     Registration is currently open for the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center’s Spring 2015 Triathlon Training Program, which will begin on January 6, 2015. This is an opportunity to become a skilled athlete in all three triathlon disciplines: Swimming, learn how to efficiently swim with confidence through the Total Immersion® swim technique; biking, learn how and when to shift, ride like the wind, climb up and soar down hills, and running, learn how to efficiently run injury free through the ChiRunning® technique.
     Swim, bike, and run with Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center’s coaches: certified Total Immersion swim coach Beverly Peterson, Head Coach of Performance Cycling, Steve Hovey, and certified Master ChiRunning Instructor, David Stretanski.
     For further information, please call Beverly Peterson at 908-735-6884 or e-mail her at Peterson.beverly@hunterdonhealthcare.org .

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Hunterdon Chamber Of Commerce 2014 Annual Golf Classic
September 23
7:30am - 4:00pm
Hawk Pointe Golf Club

294 Route 31 South
Washington, NJ 07882
Get ready for the Chamber's 2014 Annual Golf Classic!
The event will include breakfast in the Clubhouse, 9:00 AM Shotgun Start, Hand Rolled Cigars by Jersey Joe Cigars, Liquor
Tastings on the green, Contests, Networking Luncheon and the Awards Ceremony!
Golf Pricing (Limited to first 100 Golfers!):
Chamber Member Rate per Golfer: $185
General Admission Rate per Golfer: $225
Foursome Chamber Member Rate: $700
Foursome General Admission Rate: $800
SPECIAL CHAMBER TWOSOME RATE! $330
NOT A GOLFER? NOT A PROBLEM!
Join us for the Networking Luncheon.
Luncheon Only Ticket: $35.
To Register for this Event. Go Here
For more information, please contact: 908-782-7115 info@hunterdon-chamber.org
MidJersey Chamber Of Commerce Carpe Vinum "sieze The Wine"
September 23
6:00pm - 8:00pm
The Hamilton Manor

30 Route 156
Hamilton, NJ 08620
Join the Young Professionals Connective for their inaugural wine tasting event on September 23rd.
This event will feature wines from across the country with distributors on hand to educate about the wine-making process and the tastes and flavors of each.
Wine tasting and heavy hors d'oeurvres, including Tuscan Table and pasta station, and live musical entertainment.
Cash bar will also be available.
Part of the proceeds will benefit the YPC's 2014 Non-Profit Partner, Allies, Inc.
To Register for this Event. Go Here
Hunterdon Chamber Of Commerce Leadership Hunterdon Class of 2015 Investiture Dinner
September 25
6:00pm
The Inn at Lambertville Station

11 Bridge Street
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Please join us for the Leadership Hunterdon Investiture Dinner on September 25 at 6:00 PM at The Inn at Lambertville Station.
The Chamber proudly introduces the Leadership Hunterdon Class of 2015!
Amy Andersen of United Way
Dolores Van Pelt of Hunterdon Healthcare
Violet Kocsis of United Way
Jeannie Aversa of Patton, Heide and Associates, a division of Amerprise Financial
Elizabeth Loew of Loew Orthodontics
Michele Kavanagh of Unity Bank
Carmel Gettings of Hunterdon Prevention Resources and Family Success Center
Colleen Duerr of Family Promise of Hunterdon County
Joanie Coffaro of Raritan Valley Community College
Cost to attend the Dinner: $25 per person.
Leadership Hunterdon was established in 2011 by the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce to transform people to become trustees of our communities and leadership resources to work for the betterment of Hunterdon County. Once a month from September through June, participants attend sessions targeted to specific aspects of the county such as business, education, tourism, environmental, agriculture, real-estate health care and government. Participants meet with leaders in Hunterdon County learning in-depth knowledge of these key community areas, as well as their own leadership success. The class concludes the program by working in teams on a White Paper that researches and focuses on a key issue in Hunterdon County, typically involving economic development as it impacts the creation of jobs and wealth and the improvement of quality of life.
To Register for this Event. Go Here
For more information, please contact: 908-782-7115 info@hunterdon-chamber.org
Princeton Chamber Of Commerce Plainsboro Business Networking
September 30
5:30pm - 7:30pm
New Jersey Audubon Plainsboro Preserve

80 Scotts Corner Rd
Cranbury, NJ 08512
The Plainsboro Business Partnership invites you to its Annual Business Networking Event at the Plainsboro Preserve. Join fellow business people for an evening of networking, nature, food, and wine-tasting. Enjoy the beautiful sunset over Lake McCormick as you sample wine from the Grape Escape and food from the Crown of India and Tre Piani!
Crown of India will be serving Murgh Malai Kabab (chicken), Amritsari Fish, Cashew Rolls, and mint or tamrind chutney. These foods pair nicely with the wines that The Grape Escape will be serving: Russian River Pinot Noir, a Super Tuscan reserve, a Naked Chardonnay - unoaked, a Pinot Grigio, a Zinfandel blend. Tre Piani will also be serving its award-winning cuisine.
To Register for this Event. Go Here
Non Profit
Mylestone Equine Rescue, a 501c3 Not-For-Profit Corporation will be Celebrating Their 15th Annual Open House & 20 Years of Helping Abused, Neglected, and Unwanted Horses
Sunday, October 12th, 12 - 4 p.m.
Raindate: Sunday October 19th, 12 - 4 p.m.

     As beautiful as the horses are in their photographs on Mylestone's website, Facebook, and calendar, there’s nothing like meeting them in person and seeing how truly beautiful they are. This is the one opportunity during the year to learn all about the horses, meet the wonderful volunteers, and have a great day enjoying the many attractions of Open House, including a silent auction, the infamous bake sale, enjoy the art of and meet equine artist Barbara Hornstra, get your 2015 Mylestone Calendar featuring the photography of Jen Wenzel, and many more fun surprises.
     If you’ve always wanted a firsthand look at how a horse rescue operates, and how the horses came to Mylestone, this is your chance! You’ll find plenty of information as well as inspiration. The many displays will show the deplorable conditions in which so many of the horses arrived. You can see for yourself how great they look now. They will also show, amongst other things, the farm activities in which the special needs students participate. Open House is an afternoon you’ll most certainly enjoy.
     Mylestone will also be collecting cans of soup to help those fighting hunger in the area's communities!
     Visit http://www.mylestone.org or Mylestone Equine Rescue on Facebook for more information
     Important! - Please remember, for everyone's safety, no dogs will be allowed at Open House. The horses are not familiar with dogs and may spook, potentially injuring volunteers and/or visitors. Thanks for understanding.
Hunterdon County Polytech Continuing Education Fall 2014 - New Classes Added
     Hunterdon County Polytech Continuing Education’s 2014 Fall Semester Brochure is available online HERE.
Vendors Needed for Holistic Vendor & Psychic Fair
     Registrations are being invited for vendors, crafters and practitioners to participate in the 11th Annual Holistic Vendor and Psychic Fair on Saturday, October 11 at the Flemington Elks Lodge from 10 am – 4 pm. Unique crafters and vendors invited to participate. Practitioners offering services such as aura photography, chakra balancing, massage and intuitive reflexology are invited. Proceeds from this event to benefit NORWESCAP’s Career & Life Transitions Center for Women.
     For more information or to register, please call 908-788-1453 or email careerlife@norwescap.org for more information.

     Microsoft Office Suite 2010 Computer Training Course that has been funded by a grant from the United Way of Northern New Jersey and the NJ Division on Women. This class will is offered on Mondays from 9:00 am - 2:30 pm. This 10-week / 50-hour course begins with an overview of computer fundamentals and provides instruction in Microsoft programs including: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and conducting Internet Job Searches. This class is offered free of charge to CLTC clients. Pre-registration is required. For more information on the next computer class scheduled, please call the Career Life Transitions Center for Women at 908-788-1453.

Legal Help
     Are your facing a legal situation, do not know where to start, and have limited financial resources to retain an attorney?
     NORWESCAP’s Career & Life Transitions Center is scheduling appointments and arranging one-on-one, confidential, Legal Information Clinics for low-income women and men. The Legal Information Clinic program offers individuals two 45-minute private, one-on-one meetings per year, each session with a different attorney, where individuals can ask questions pertaining to their situation. Attorneys within the Warren, Hunterdon, Morris, Sussex and Somerset County areas donate their services to this program and are qualified to provide information and guidance for those who have not retained an attorney. Coordinated by the NORWESCAP Career & Life Transitions Center, this service provides valuable information to hundreds of women and men in our community.
     Individuals pay a $20 pre-registration fee per attorney visit, and clinics are scheduled by appointment only. To make an appointment to meet with an attorney or for more information, please call 908/788-1453. Common categories of situations handled by the Legal Information Clinics are Family Law (divorce, child custody, child support, and domestic violence); Elder Care; Housing issues (foreclosures, landlord/tenant issues); Discrimination; Municipal Court matters, Criminal law and Bankruptcy. Please note, this service does not provide free legal representation.

NAMI offers two free programs
     NAMI offers two free programs for families of loved ones with mental health challenges. NAMI Family-to-Family is NAMI's flagship program and is recognized as an Evidence-Based Program for relatives of adults with mental illness. NAMI Basics is a Best Practice Program (currently in the process of obtaining Evidence-Based recognition) for parents (and primary caregivers) of school-age children/adolescents with mental challenges (whether diagnosed or not). No family should face this journey alone!
     For all the information GO HERE
For a listing of local Nonprofit Organizations Go Here
The Arts/Entertainment
WDVR CONCERT CALENDAR
     October 5 Beppe Gambetta
WDVR's long running old time barn dance radio style show
      September 27 Texas Rose Band & more !
      Shows are 6-8pm, $12 ($6 kids under 12) at door, family friendly, broadcast live on WDVR. Held at The Virginina Napurano Cultural Arts Center.
At The Movies
 Local Theaters
 AMC Theatres Bridgewater Commons 7 Map
 Reading Cinemas Manville 12-Plex Map
 Hillsborough Cinemas Map
 Montgomery Cinemas Map
Box Office
1. No Good Deed $24.3M
2. Dolphin Tale 2 $15.9M
3. Guardians of the Galaxy $8.1M
4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $4.86M
5. Let's Be Cops $4.38M
Coming Soon
The Equalizer
The Boxtrolls
Pride
The Two Faces of January
Advanced Style
Just For Fun/Things To Do
A Special Cabaret Show
Sunday, October 5th, 2014 at 2:00pm

     Two great voices join together in song and comedy. AJ and Jack McDade at the RRazz Room Bucks County Supper Club
     AJ local Real Estate Broker who owned her own business for 23 years AJ (Alice Jane Race) now concentrates on her voice, and her true passion. AJ is a Cabaret singer, She had the honor of singing with the legendary Margaret Whiting. AJ’s recent CD is a live performance recorded at the Stockton Inn, where Richard Rogers wrote the song “There’s a Small Hotel”.
     Jack McDade singer/comedian/radio and TV personality who was Dick Clark’s first musical guest on American Bandstand has appeared on NBC TV’s today show with Matt Lauer in a program “Remembering Dick Clark”. Jack’s shows and concerts play to sell out audiences. He’s a frequent singer of the National Anthem at the Trenton Thunder Baseball team a New York Yankees affiliate. His album The Music Keeps Me Young was met with critical acclaim.
     For reservations call toll free 888-596-1027
     The RRazz room is located within the Ramada New Hope, 6426 Lower York Road, New Hope, PA 18938
Jack McDade and Rick Charwin at Thursday Night Lights Main Street Flemington, at 55 Main Restaurant Thursday, October 9, 2014 6:00 pm to 9:00pm
     Jack McDade singer/comedian/radio and TV personality who was Dick Clark’s first musical guest on American Bandstand and Rick Charwin, vocalist and key board player will perform at 55 Main Restaurant, Flemington, NJ the Thursday Night Lights program.
     Thursday, October 9th from 6 to 9 pm come for dinner or just stop by for a snack or desert. Call 908-284-1551 for reservations.
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