Arthur Murray Dance Studios Raise Funds for United Way of Greater Union County Three Arthur Murray Dance Studios (Kenilworth, Montclair, and Princeton) recently raised $7,600 to benefit the United Way of Greater Union County (UWGUC). This amount was raised through their event at the beginning of last month, “A Theatre Night, Broadway Tribute.” The special evening of dancing was held Arthu r Murra y Danc e Cente rs prese onstage at the Wilkins Theatre at Kean University in Union. nts a check to the Unite d Way of Great er Union Coun ty for $7,60 0. Pictu red are (l-r) Danil a Danila & Nuna Kartashov are the owners of the Kenilworth studio, and they were and Nuna Karta shov, along with Jessi ca Robin son (from AMDS ), and Jame s W. Horne , Jr, Presi dent/ happy to support the work of the United Way. A certificate of appreciation was CEO of the UWGU C, and Joe Stein er, UW board memb er and camp aign chair presented to Arthur Murray Dance Studios for “for their support in Strengthening man. Families and building Stronger Communities.” “Having such a prestigious partner to benefit the United Way was really a great opportunity for residents to enjoy the art of dancing while supporting the community as well,” exclaimed James W. Horne, President/CEO, United Way of Greater Union County. For more information on the United Way of Greater Union County visit www.uwguc.org.
Bottle & Bottega Has Grand Opening
Mayor Joe Bruno cuts the ribbon at the Grand Opening, with Rupa Kale assisting
The Chatham Community Band, under the direction of Brian Conti, an all- volunteer adult band that provides music entertainment in Chatham and surrounding areas, is open to adult members who wish to expand their musical experiences in an instrumental concert band format. The band seeks musicians in woodwind, brass and percussion backgrounds. Rehearsals are held at the Chatham High School on Tuesday evenings from 7:30-9:00PM, mid-September through June. Two formal concerts are held, during the holiday season and in the spring. The band provides additional opportunities through a jazz ensemble, flute ensemble and brass ensemble. More information about the band can be obtained by visiting their web site, www.chathamcommunityband.org, Chatham Community Band on Facebook, or contacting Brian Conti directly at email@example.com.
Momentum Cycling and Fitness Club Celebrates Grand Opening New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford cut the ribbon and shared fitness tips at the grand opening of Momentum Cycling and Fitness Club in Summit on September 13. Weatherford joined Momentum Fitness owners Menekse “Nekki” Robinson and Camellia Lowry Redmerski to celebrate the launch of their premier fitness studio, located at 33 Union Place in downtown Summit. Summit Mayor Ellen Dickson was also present for the official ribbon cutting. Steve Weatherford also launched his World Champion Foundation at the grand opening in Summit. Momentum Fitness will offer the community a variety of cutting edge workouts in a studio setting, with classes built to complement one another, including Spinning®, HIIT, TRX® & core strengthening and personal training. Their goal is to provide clients with an
individualized and welcoming health/fitness environment. For more information about Momentum, visit www.momentumnj.com.
Mayor Ellen Dickson of Summit cuts the ribbon at the Grand Opening of Momentum Cycling and Fitness in downtown Summit
NY Giant Steve Weatherford made a guest appearance at the Grand Opening celebration, with Momentum owners Nekki Robinson and Camellia Lowr y Redmerski
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Nekki and Camellia celebrate the launch of their premier fitness studio in Summit