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April 2018

North Caldwell Students Do The Math And Make A Difference With Annual Fundraiser


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Thon, generous donations and much more, St. Jude’s ensures that no family ever receives a bill for their services and treatments. Since Grandview School’s Math A Thon Started in 1995, they have raised more than $335,500 for St. Jude. Do The Math:

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By Dawn M. Chiossi ids helping kids: It is never too early to think of others, and the students from North Caldwell’s Grandview School agree. Recently, during its 23rd annual Math-A Thon fundraiser, 165 students in kindergarten to third grade raised $19,138 to benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. The proceeds were raised during a five week period beginning in early January, and all proceeds went directly to St. Jude. Founded on Feb. 4, 1962, by the late entertainer Danny Thomas, St. Jude is a leading children’s hospital pioneering research and


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Grover Cleveland Middle School Collects Change For Parkland Victims


By Dawn M. Chiossi he students of Grover Cleveland Middle School are adding their own voices and efforts by collecting change in school to benefit the Stoneman Douglas Victims Fund. Recently on March 28 and 29, sixth, seventh and eighth graders, staff and entire school, raised $100 for those affected from the shooting at Parkland Florida’s Margery Stoneman Douglas High School. Proceeds were collected in the cafeteria at lunchtime and at the main office. Donation containers were placed in various locations all throughout the school where they remained for another week. Leftover dimes, nickels, quarters, pennies, dollars: People toss their leftover change away and then forget all about it, considering it insignificant. As everyone can

attest, that same change can add weight. Now imagine what that same change can do when it is donated to help someone else. When caring and compassion is added to that equation along with it, even the littlest bit can make an amazing difference. It isn’t just those students of Grover Cleveland stepping up to help the students of Parkland Florida either. According to Grover Cleveland Middle School Principal James Brown, this idea was the inspiration of Allison Pienciak, religious education eighth grade teacher at Notre Dame Church in North Caldwell. Enthusiastic in teaching and helping others, Pienciak describes that Notre Dame often participates in fundraisers with students from Grover Cleveland as some students in her group also go there, in-

cluding her daughter. “We thought the idea of collecting change as a fundraiser was a great one for the school,” Pienciak says. “It’s easy to donate. If kids have cash at lunch and receive change, they can just throw it in to containers.” Pienciak describes how she combines them both in her teaching style, disclosing that she often discusses with her students the causes that the kids are passionate about. “I have been with some of my students since the 3rd grade,” she says. “It has been a true pleasure to watch them grow up and work with them. I felt as they were getting older it would be more beneficial to put our faith into action through listening to speakers and doing community service projects.” Some of these wonderful events included organizing

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food drives, and donating used blankets to the animal shelter, as well as much more. But with all of the fundraisers they could choose to do, helping Parkland was uppermost in their minds. “One of the students was personally affected,” Pienciak shares. “She had a cousin at the school where the shooting happened. Many of the kids were shaken up by what happened, and wanted to make a difference.” As such they didn’t hesitate to bring the idea for the fundraiser to Grover Cleveland Middle School. “The kids stepped up and have done amazing things this year,” Pienciak says. “I am so proud of them for putting extra time into our efforts to make a difference.” According to the Go Fund Me Page that was set up to continued on page 3



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continued from page 2 support the Stoneman Douglas Victims Fund, to date, more than $6.5 million has been raised by 35,167 people in the span of just one month. The fundraising and generous actions of Grover Cleveland Middle School and Notre Dame Church are just one example of how people are at

he 3rd annual Wine Tasting Event is set for Thursday, May 3, from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. Tickets are $35 per person and can be purchased in the library or at www.caldwellpl. org. Two short seminars about wine varietals by Bob the Wine

their best when things are at their worst, and how that spirit echoes: reaching so many more. Pienciak concludes: “I wanted to bring to the idea to the students that even though they are one small group, they can do amazing things for other people.”

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continued from front page With this two-fold event, students received the opportunity not only to have fun and sharpen their necessary math skills; they additionally learned the importance of helping others through fundraising. Through participating in the Math-A-Thon, the children at Grandview School not only exercised their caring and compassion for other children who are struggling with cancer, they raised awareness regarding this widespread illness. Through a Math-A-Thon coordinator, students in kindergarten through eighth grade, utilize the St. Jude’s Math-AThon Funbook designed to get them excited regarding math while fundraising for children with childhood cancer. The St. Jude Math-A-Thon Funbook is an educational math workbook that contains a weeklong curriculum of age appropriate math problems that meet Common Core Standards. The Funbook is a supplement to school’s existing curriculum. Children can additionally do the math problems on line. Simply by getting sponsors, sharing the fundraising page and doing the fundraising, students and schools can get the chance to save lives. According to Fran Angellino, North Caldwell kindergarten

teacher and St. Jude coordinator for 15 years, the annual Math-A-Thon is something the students really enjoy. “Many of the students look forward to the school’s annual event,” she says. “They have enjoyed raising money for St. Jude, and learning how important it is to help children with cancer and their families.” The children are empathetic to the cause because they are shown a video about children receiving treatment from St. Jude. By coordinating and participating in a Math-A-Thon, school staff and students even won great prizes which are earned based on fundraising amounts. Every student received a certificate of participation. According to Angelino, a few favorite prizes were: “A St. Jude T Shirt, earbuds, a selfie stick, headphones and an air sofa. Some parents even donated back the prizes to St. Jude,” she says. Angellino describes how she was so impressed by Grandview’s Math-A-Thon when she first arrived at the school, she had offered to be one of the co-coordinators’ of it. Equally passionate about the Math-AThons were the children and community. “The students were so excited and motivated to complete

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portance of helping others. It is a wonderful feeling knowing we help people and that we have such a generous and caring community.” St. Jude’s Math-A-Thons, benefiting St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital is an education-based fundraiser, impressively now in its 37th year. To date, the St. Jude’s MathA-Thons have raised more than $450 Million dollars to aid children battling cancer.

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he National Council of Jewish Women, Essex County Section, will present a special evening event, “Dessert and Dialogue,” featuring author Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, on April 25 at Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel, South Orange, at 7 p.m. Weiss-Wolf is a leader in the movement to make feminine hygiene products affordable and accessible. Her work to end the “tampon tax” and advocate for legislation that



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holds. While one in four households in American were dual income households in 1960, by 2012 that figure had risen to 60 percent. While those figures represent dramatic changes, the number of households in which mothers are the sole earners has not changed all that much since 1960. In 1960, mothers were the sole earners in just 2 percent of American households. Fifty-two years later 6 percent of American households featured mothers as the sole earners.

addresses the lack of menstrual equity in our communities has put her on the map as one of the nation’s “badass menstrual activists” by the publication “Bustle.” Menstrual equity is, in Weiss-Wolf’s opinion, a “gateway issue for feminism” and one that is intensely relatable by all women. NCJW/Essex operates a community service project called, “The Period.Project” which collects and distributes

feminine hygiene supplies to local agencies and clients of its Center for Women. “Our community service work has shown us that more needs to be done to address the often overlooked issue of menstrual equity,” says Shari Harrison, president of NCJW/Essex. “We are thrilled to welcome Jennifer Weiss-Wolf to educate us and inspire us to continue engaging on this important issue.”


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Leaders, Students Honor Dr. King


ssex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr., along with elected officials community leaders and students from the Essex County Newark Tech Campus shared what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., means to them during a ceremony to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his assassination April 4. “Dr. King was one of our nation’s greatest leaders and one of his last public appearances was his visit to Newark, just a week before he was taken from us,” DiVincenzo said. “His message of hope, peace and equality has resonated throughout the decades and inspired generations - and is just as poignant and relevant today as it was in 1968. Remembering his contributions and laying a wreath at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Statue in front of the Essex County Hall of Records is


a fitting tribute to an individual whose guidance and foresight impacted our nation.” “I am a little conflicted because today is the anniversary of Dr. King’s death,’’ said State Senator and Deputy Chief of Staff Teresa Ruiz. “But this is an opportunity to take back the negativity and celebrate a life that was taken away from us too early.” “Dr. King taught us that our fight for justice has to be stronger than our enemies’ anger,” Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said. “Today we are commemorating his assassination, but we are also celebrating the sacrifice he made for all of us.” Deputy Chief of Staff William Payne talked about the various times he met Dr. King when the minister visited Newark. “I saw him at an event at Abyssinian Church in Newark




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relations, I believe his message for my generation should transcend to other areas, including gender equality, religious tolerance, LGBT advocacy, immigration, and gun control. Collectively, we seek to create a world where man or woman, regardless of race, religion or sexual orientation, can be viewed and respected as an equal.” The Essex County Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Statue was dedicated in October 2015.

Mindful Meditation Program For Women Planned


he NCJW/Essex Center for Women will present a stress workshop April 19. The workshop will be led by Pat Stein, a meditation teacher for hospitals, college, and high school students, who will demonstrate mindfulness techniques to ease anxiety and worries. This program will be held at the NCJW/Essex Center for Women in Livingston from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. Registration is required and open to all women in the community. To register or for additional information about this or other programs, call 973-994-4994

or visit Workshops are free for members of NCJW and $7 per workshop for non-members. The Linda & Rudy Slucker NCJW/Essex Center for Women is a nonsectarian, nonprofit community service sponsored by the NCJW Essex County Section that works to improve the quality of life for women, children, families, and the elderly through a variety of nonsectarian services including children’s peer support groups, legal and financial consultations, job development, and women’s workshops.

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5 Ways To Refresh Your Home For Spring

pring is a time for renewal and awakenings. It’s also the perfect time to take your cues from Mother Nature and devise a plan to reduce and reimagine your way to a refreshing, updated home you can fully enjoy once more. Reorganize cluttered areas If a room (or rooms) in your house are in disarray, start by reorganizing those often-used spaces to give them a likenew look and feel. Begin by removing everything from the room - including the furniture, if you’re able - and separate your belongings into boxes or piles based on what you plan to put back in the room, move to another location and throw away or donate. Once you’ve cleaned the space, resituate the necessary furniture then place items you’re keeping back in their places in tidy fashion so they’re easy to locate. Eliminate the extras While you’re freshening up the house, it’s the perfect time to purge unwanted and unused items, but remember that items in good condition can actually do good for those in need. By donating clothing, electronics, furniture, household goods and vehicles to be sold in The Salvation Army Family and Thrift Stores, you can help transform lives in your local community. A good rule of thumb: if you haven’t used it in the last year and it doesn’t have special sentimental value, it’s probably time to let it go. Get rid of grime A whole season’s worth

of dirt and dust accumulates during the cold winter months. A deep clean inside and out can restore your home to its former glory. Inside, take time to launder all of your linens, including curtains, rugs and bedding. Move furniture to vacuum behind and below, and don’t overlook dust and dirt magnets like mirrors, light fixtures and the insides of cabinets, especially higher shelves that see infrequent use. Outdoors, hose off or power-wash surfaces like windows, siding, decks and concrete to restore a crisp, clean appearance. Revise for real life If there’s an area of your home that isn’t quite working for your lifestyle, spring cleaning is the perfect opportunity to make a change. That may mean reconfiguring furniture for a more functional living room or converting an underused guest room into a useful craft or project space. Take time to consider what changes will make the space more practical, and even sketch out some possibilities on paper to finetune your ideas before you get to work. Discover new decor A spring refresh is about more than just decluttering and cleaning, it’s about giving new life to your home with new decor, accessories and artwork. One affordable option: seek out unexpected treasures by shopping for great bargains at thrift stores. The proceeds from the sale of items found at shops like The Salvation

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Clothing, Household Items Needed


lothing and fashion accessories for men, women and children will be collected as Employment Horizons holds its annual spring clothing drive from April 18 to April 20. The clothing drive offers an opportunity to spring into spring while benefiting area residents with disabilities. Items to be collected also include stuffed animals and hard toys, such as dolls and action figures (must be less than 14 inches in size), as well as household linens. All items should be placed in well-tied plastic bags. Shoes, boots, and sneakers are also accepted. No single shoes, winter coats or winter


boots are needed. All donated items will be distributed to needy families overseas. The clothing will be turned over to a company that will, in turn, pay Employment Horizons for each pound collected. Our goal is to collect 5,000 pounds. Bags may be dropped off at Employment Horizons, Inc. at 10 Ridgedale Avenue in Cedar Knolls, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Donations are to be placed in the box truck marked “Clothing Drive” located in the Employment Horizons rear parking lot. Items may not be dropped off prior to these dates. Employment Horizons is a local not-for-profit organization

Support Children In Foster Care

ASA of Morris and Sussex Counties has planned a fun filled evening on Thursday, April 19, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Park Savoy, Florham Park, with games, prizes, open

bar, food, networking and more while supporting advocacy for the community’s children in foster care. FDU President Dr. Christopher Capuano will be honored.

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An easy way for families to save time and money at the grocery store is to rely on “shop at home” services being offered by many different retailers. “Click-and-collect” programs enable customers to use their computers or mobile devices to stock their virtual grocery carts with items, shop sales or choose items directly from weekly circulars and then pick up the merchandise at their own convenience. Some stores will even load groceries into customers’ vehicles. Other stores pair online shopping with home delivery for even greater convenience. Shopping from home enables customers to keep a running tally of how much they’re spending so they can better stick to their food

budgets. Items can be added or removed from the cart accordingly. Shopping can be done on a person’s downtime, such as on a lunch break, while sitting at kids’ sports practice or even during commutes on public transportation. Picking up the prepackaged groceries later on also can help shoppers avoid making impulse buys. The Food Marketing Institute and Nielsen reports that, in the next 10 years, 70 percent of all American consumers will buy at least some of their groceries online, with millennial shoppers most willing to buy groceries online in the future. These services marry the convenience of online shopping with the familiarity and brand loyalty of shopping local brick-and-mortar stores.


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Spring Into Lawn And Garden Care


f cooler weather has you longing for sunny days outdoors, take heart. Once spring rolls around, you can safely begin the annual cleanup to prepare your yard for months of warm-weather enjoyment. Start by evaluating your lawn. Look for bald spots where grass has grown sparsely and needs reseeding, or uneven areas that may need to be filled and leveled. Before you take steps to correct any problems, you’ll need a clean slate. Clear the yard of any leaves, rocks or sticks that may have accumulated then cut the grass as short as you can. Use a thatching rake to remove dead roots and grass. Break up the soil in bare spots to create an environment that will be hospitable to new seed. Add lawn soil to level the surface.

You’ll also need to apply an herbicide to treat weed-infested areas. Allow the weed killer to work for about a week then rake again to remove dead weeds. Then you’re ready to overseed or spot seed, depending on your lawn’s needs. Your climate will determine the best grass variety for your yard. Be sure to select and apply a fertilizer that is consistent with your grass type and water thoroughly to promote deep root growth, which can help your lawn withstand extreme conditions as temperatures rise. Your lawn isn’t the only part of your yard that needs attention during the spring months, though. Your garden and flower beds may need some care before they, too, are ready to burst with new bounty and color. Begin by clearing your gar-

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minimize stress. You can also start indoor seeds, and early spring is the time to divide perennials and plant some hardier vegetables, such as onions and potatoes. The warmer months may still seem far away, but getting some of your lawn and garden care underway now can make those warmer, sunny days feel closer in no time. Find more seasonal tips for prepping your yard at

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