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Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow – An Open Dialogue

palJoin Mayor Barberio, Senator Anthony Bucco, and Assemblyman Tony Bucco, among other invited guests for an open dialogue between parents, young people, and community leaders on prescription drug use, and alcohol use in our communities on Monday, April 22  from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Parsippany PAL Youth Center, 33 Baldwin Road.

This is a kickoff event for a monthly gathering to focus on bringing the communities resources together to talk about addiction and alcohol related issues in the area.

Speakers include Dr. Mattiace (former NFL player and addiction counselor with youth), Elizabeth Thompson (Drug Policy Alliance), Steve Liga of NCADD-Middlesex, Paul Ressler of Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, NCADD-NJ Advocacy Leaders Christine Michaels and Devin Fox, and local youths sharing their experiences.

The event will highlight the theme of “Help for Today. Hope For Tomorrow” and assemble speakers that will address issues such as opioid use, underage drinking, and the climbing overdose rates in young people. A list of potential speakers has been put together to include young people in the community , people in recovery from alcohol and drugs, parents who have lost family members to overdose, members of the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism, and addiction and alcohol specialists.

The NCADD-NJ Advocacy Leaders in the area are currently confirming several local organizations that provide community resources such as prevention groups, family services, adolescent treatment centers, outpatient services, municipal alliances, and any other community groups working to address these issues. The resource tables will be set up during the evening for your convenience.

Bringing all of these organizations to the same event will provide you with the resources and information you will need to bring into your homes.

This is a family event – and all are welcome – please come and be part of the community that is fighting back to “save our kids”.

dePierro Receives Proclamation from Senator Pennacchio

Senator Pennacchio presented Councilman Michael dePierro with a Proclamation for Rotary Outstanding Citizen of the Year.
Congratulations! Thank you for all you do for Parsippany.

Par-Troy West Little League 2013 Opening Celebration

The festivities started with the team introductions, dignitary introductions, short speeches and other introductions.  The teams were introduced and the children marched around the field.  Par-Troy West Little league is comprised of 750+ children in both the softball and baseball program combined.Par-Troy West Little League started the Little League season on Thursday night, April 18.  Macchu Pizza  was  there serving food for the crowd.

Woman’s Club Meeting

The Woman’s Club of Parsippany will meet on Monday, April 22 at 7:00 p.m. at the Lake Parsippany Rescue and Recovery Building, 100 Centerton Drive.

In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month, a program on domestic violence and youth violence prevention will follow the business portion of the meeting at about 8:00 p.m. with speakers Bari Zell Weinberger and Dr. Douglas Baum.

For additional information send an email to Lora at

Religious Open House at Temple

The Temple Beth Am Religious School, 879 South Beverwyck Road will host a community-wide open house on Sunday, April 21 at 9:30 a.m. to give all an opportunity to see the school in action and meet the staff.

Advance registration is preferred by not mandatory at or by calling (973) 887-0046, ext. 10.

Ceremony to commemorate National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

morriscountyprosecutorActing Prosecutor Knapp announces ceremony to commemorate National Crime Victims’ Rights WeekActing Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp announces that the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office will recognize 2013 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (April 21-27) with a Recognition and Remembrance Ceremony. The ceremony, honoring victims and advocates of victims’ rights, will take place on Monday, April 22 at 12:00 noon in front of the County Administration and Records Building on Court Street in Morristown.

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week has been a time of national remembrance since 1981, an opportunity for communities, victims and their loved ones, and professionals serving victims to join together and reflect on the progress achieved in victims’ rights. The theme for 2013 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is “New Challenges * New Solutions”.

Thirty years ago, crime victims did not have rights, access to crime victim compensation, or services to help rebuild their lives. They were often excluded from courtrooms, treated as an afterthought by the criminal justice system, and denied an opportunity to speak at sentencing. Today, all states have enacted crime victims’ rights laws and established crime victims’ compensation funds.

Acting Prosecutor Knapp is proud of the outstanding team of capable and dedicated professionals in the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office who assist victims of crime and advocate on their behalf.

All are invited to join the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office at the ceremony.  For more information or to RSVP, contact the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Community Affairs Unit at (973) 285-6268 or e-mail

Any inquiries regarding this press release can be directed to First Assistant Morris County Prosecutor/SDAG Thomas Zelante at (973) 285-6252 or

Annual Historic Re-Enactment at the Livingston Benedict House

benedicthouseEach year in the spring a living history event is presented at the 250 year old Livingston Benedict House on Old Parsippany Road. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Thirty-seven years after the American Revolution, the United States was divided about declaring war. The War of 1812, two hundred years ago now, was supposed to be “over in two weeks”, and it was said our armies would be greeted as “liberators” of Canada. After two and a half years of fighting, the burning of Washington DC, and the Battle of New Orleans, the war ended inconclusively, but with US control of lands west of the Mississippi and the end of Native American dreams of their own independent country.

Interesting stories linking Parsippany and Troy to this war will be presented on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5.

The house will be open for tours, and costumed volunteers will present stories of people who lived in Parsippany two hundred years ago.  The kitchen features hearth cooking. The barn will be open as well, and there will be demonstrations of old-time crafts and children’s activities.

The Livingston Benedict House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is protected from development by an easement held by the New Jersey Historic Trust.Governor William Livingston and his family lived in the house during the Revolutionary War, and it has been owned by members of the Benedict family since 1857.

This event is made possible by almost thirty volunteers: Girl Scouts, members of the Historic and Preservation Society, and friends. For more information, call (973) 887-2455. Free, donations accepted.

Parsippany Town Council Regular Meeting 04/16/2013

Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Brings Fifth Annual Job Fair


Presented by the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce’s Employment Outreach Program, the 5th Annual Job Fair will be held on Wednesday, May 1 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 707 Route 46 East, Parsippany. Last year, over 500 potential job seekers and 25 hiring organizations attended this annual event.

This year’s scheduled attendees included ADP, Atlantic Health Care, Care One, Coca Cola Refreshments, Liberty Mutual, Prudential, Provident Bank, Zoomus, Rite Aid, and Tiffany & Company.  A complete list of attending companies will be available at on Sunday, April 20.

“Our Job Fair has a reputation for the last four years in providing outstanding service to our residents, businesses, and volunteers in the Parsippany Area at No Charge.  This is another example on how we strive to give back to our community!” stated Chamber President and Job Fair Chair Robert J. Peluso.  The job fair is a great opportunity for job seekers to connect with area employers while gaining new skills through the event’s free workforce development seminar. However, there is much more to the event. The job fair is part of the Chamber’s Employment Outreach Program which is the Chamber’s unique approach to drive community and economic growth in the Greater Parsippany Area through providing employers with a high quality workforce. However, the success of the Job Fair and Employment Outreach Program, which annually assists over 2500 job seekers and 75 area employers, demonstrates the success of Chamber President and Job Fair Chair Robert J. Peluso’s strategic partnership initiative.

In 2009, led by Peluso, the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce began focusing on creating strategic partnerships with other community based organizations. To date the Chamber has over eight organizations involved, which also assists in the Annual Job Fair. “A high quality workforce creates an advantage in attracting and retaining top companies to the Parsippany Area. We provide comprehensive services, including: a job posting board, quarterly newsletters (Workforce Morris), an active website (, internship opportunities, scholarship programs, training events, career counseling, and workforce development opportunities for students. All of these services are provided free of charge by the self-funded and volunteer based organization, however we could not make this program a success without our dedicated partner organizations,” stated Chamber President Robert J. Peluso. For more information on the Employment Outreach Program and the job fair, please visit

Comedy Show at Temple Beth Am

Bret Bickley, Johnny Rizzo and Pat Ceasar will be featured at a fund raising Comedy Show at Temple Beth Am, 879 S Beverwyck Road on Saturday, April 27 at 8:00 p.m.

An amazing line up of performers has been booked for the evening. Admission is $30.00 per person and can be purchased on line at by clicking here or by phoning (973) 887-0046.

Pre-show “table magic” tricks will be performed prior to the acts of the three comedians.

Where do you begin the task of trying to describe Johnny Rizzo?  The elastic faces, the flopping limbs, the silly, googly eyes…he’s got you in stitches and he hasn’t even opened his mouth yet!  And once that happens, you’re gone.  At the end of the night, your face hurts – literally – from the constant laughter.  He has earned the nickname, “The Rubber-Faced Comedian.”

Originally hailing from Boston, Pat Ceasar now makes her home  in Montclair. She has appeared in NYC in a number of Off-Off Broadway shows and is a regular at The Broadway Comedy Club, where she appears twice a month and is a featured comic at The Duplex in the Village. She has been seen on LAW & ORDER: SVU and on ONE LIFE TO LIVE. She was also in the Academy Award winning film, MONSTER with Charlize Theron.

Traveling the world before he was out of high school, Brett Bickley honed his comedy chops in every corner of the globe. Central America, the Middle East, numerous European countries and Cleveland. he has been seen on Comedy Central, Late Night with David Letterman and has shared the stage opening for such bands a The Allman Brothers, Huey Lewis & The News and The Beastie Boys. Now making his home in northern New Jersey, he is occasionally able to slip free from the chains of suburban home life to perform in NYC at such venues as The Boston Comedy Club, Caroline’s and the Best Buy Theater in Times Square.

Now celebrating our 46th year, Temple Beth Am is a Reform congregation with a diverse membership living throughout Morris County, including the towns of Boonton, Denville, Lake Hiawatha, Mountain Lakes, Montville, Parsippany and Rockaway. They open theirdoors to adults and youth, singles and couples, Jews-by birth and Jews-by-choice, and interfaith couples. A warm and nurturing congregation, we welcome all who want to worship in an inclusive, egalitarian community led by Rabbi Ronald W. Kaplan and Cantor Inna Serebro-Litvak.


CCM to Hold Spring Open House

ccmThe County College of Morris will be holding an Open House on Saturday, April 20, in the Student Community Center on its Randolph campus, 214 Center Grove Road.

The CCM Open House offers academic break-out sessions and the opportunity to speak with faculty and admissions, financial aid, career services and other student interest representatives.

Two sessions are being offered at 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., and those who attend will have the $30.00 application fee to the college waived.

High school students, their parents and others can learn about the college’s more than 70 associate’s degrees, athletic programs and student organizations. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to attend a “Financing Your College Education” workshop and view a show at the CCM Longo Planetarium.  There is also the option of taking a self-guided tour of campus.

Registration is required. To register or to obtain additional information, visit the, or call (973) 328-5101.

Health Fair and Education Forum

communityhopeCommunity Hope, in partnership with the Mental Health Association (MHA) of Morris County, will host the Annual Mental Health Learning and Wellness Fair on Thursday, May 16 beginning from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy, 500 West Hanover Avenue.

The one-day health fair and educational forum is an educational event geared toward promoting wellness and recovery for health care professionals; individuals with mental illness; their family members and caregivers.  The Forum is also open to the public and is offered as a free public service of Community Hope and the MHA of Morris County.

The theme of this year’s event is “Putting the Pieces Together:   Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit” with the keynote address delivered by Eric Arauz, President of Arauz Inspirational Enterprises.  Arauz is an inspirational speaker specializing in such topics as trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder; suicide assessment and prevention; child abuse issues; veterans issues and addiction and mental health issues.

Following the key note address, the Expo Resource Hall will open and 40+ vendors will be displaying services pertaining to wellness and recovery.  Interactive workshops led by professionals will be offered throughout the day emphasizing the Eight Dimensions of Wellness.  Workshop topics include healthy telationships; Feng Shui; creative arts; STD prevention; a peer recovery panel; sound healing; tobacco awareness and identity fraud and scam prevention.

Interested healthcare vendors and participants can visit the events page of Community Hope’s website at or contact Terry Carlson, Community Hope RN, at (973) 463-9600, extension 318, or Tracy Cappiecille at the MHA at (973) 334-3496, extension 112.

Last year, the Health and Wellness Fair drew more than 250 attendees and hosted 40 exhibitors.

Community Hope provides a continuum of housing with support services to more than 335  individuals in recovery from mental illness and substance abuse.  Community Hope is also the largest charity in New Jersey serving homeless veterans and veteran families. The agency will provide housing, services and case management to more than 500 individuals and veteran families this year.

The Mental Health Association of Morris County is a non-profit, charity organization dedicated to serving people with mental illness and their families. Incorporated in 1953, the Mental Health Association of Morris County (MHAMC) is a local chapter of the New Jersey Division of the National Mental Health Association, today known as Mental Health America.

Kiwanis Club Parsippany Clean Up Day

The Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany held a “Parsippany Clean Up Day” on Saturday, April 13.  Members of the Kiwanis Club and local residents volunteered to clean up a number of locations in Parsippany. The locations consisted of Parsippany Municipal Building, Parsippany Community Center, Parsippany Day Care, Watcong Gardens and an grass area on Parsippany Boulevard outside Town Hall, bordering Route 46.  The members cleaned up garbage, planted flowers, spread mulch and other gardening chores.

Members of Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany and residents gathered at Parsippany-Troy Hills Municipal Building to start the first annual “Kiwanis Clean Up Parsippany Day”
Kiwanis member Joyce Garrow cleaning out the “Toy Shed” at Parsippany Child Day Care during the Kiwanis Clean Up Parsippany Day.

Parsippany’s Rockaway Neck Volunteer First Aid Squad Fundraiser at Applebee’s

Parsippany’s Rockaway Neck Ambulance Squad parked in front of Applebee’s, this morning, for their Pancake breakfast fundraiser.

“Keeping Parsippany One” on the campaign trail

“Keeping Parsippany One” members were out on Saturday campaigning in the nice Spring weather.  The trio, running under the slogan “Let’s Keep Parsippany Moving Forward” were seen on Ferndale Drive visiting the residents and discussing their platform for the upcoming Primary Election to be held on Tuesday, June 4. Mayor James Barberio is up for re-election as well as Council Vice President Vincent Ferrara.  Lifelong Parsippany resident Milan Shah, 26, joined their campaign and is seeking a seat on the Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council.

Veterans Outreach Fair Draws Crowd at Parsippany PAL

Council on Veterans Affairs is committed to assisting the brave servicemen and women who have protected our nation and defended the ideals we hold so dear. It has come to their attention that many veterans are unaware of the benefits they are due. Upon returning home, many of those veterans need help finding jobs, addressing their medical needs or finding housing. Many older veterans need help obtaining various veteran, disabled person and senior citizen tax deductions. They arranged the Veterans Outreach Fair to provide veterans with emotional support and services that can be tailored to their needs. The fair was held at the Parsippany PAL Youth Center and included many vendors such as VITAS Hospice Care; G.I. Go Fund; American Legion; VFW; Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills Assessing Dept.; Welcome Home Vets of NJ; Helmets to Hard Hats – Building & Construction Trades; Northern NJ Veterans Memorial Cemetery; Vietnam Vets of America; U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Respect the Vet; NJ Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse; County of Morris Department of Human Services; Care One, Veterans Home Care of NYJ, LLC.; Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen and the Slattery division of the Marine Corp League.

Kiwanis Family Day 2013


Lake Parsippany K-Kids Stephanie Martinez, 11; Natalie Castellana, 11 and Kimbery Scott 10 proudly presenting their display at Kiwanis Family Day held recently at the Parsippany-Troy Hills Library.  During the presentation to Kiwanis members, family members and K-Club members, Builders Club and Key Club, Director of Sponsored Youth Programs for the Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany, Ron Orthwein was proud to announce the awards given to Division 19 during the New Jersey  District Key Club Convention held at Ocean Place Resort in Long Island.  Ron said “It was one of the most exciting, exhilarating and exhausting experiences of my life: The exhausting part came from being the Sergeant-At-Arms committee and having to do floor checks at 1:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights.  There were a total of 656 Key Club members and advisors attending the convention and they occupied all twelve floors of the hotel.

This year the two Key Clubs that the Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany sponsors, Parsippany High School and Parsippany Hills High School walked away with a total of 23 awards, including:

Early Bird Dues (2). Parsippany High School and Parsippany Hills High School.

Big Ten Award (1). 10% increase in membership. Parsippany Hills High School.

Video Award (1) – Parsippany High School. First Place Award to be submitted by the New Jersey District to the International competition at the Key Club International Convention to be held in July in Washington, D.C.

Golden Member Award (2) – General member with outstanding service and club participation. Sam Wu – Parsippany High School and Neenda Andican, Parsippany Hills High School.

Robert F. Lucas Distinguished Lieutenant Governor (1). Penny Xu, Parsippany Hills Lieutenant Governor District 19 New Jersey District Board.

Distinguished Presidents (2). Chirstina Hum, Parsippany High School; Selina Luong, Parsippany Hills High School.

Distinguised Vice Presidents (3). Judy Zhang, Parsippany Hills High School; Christine Yuan, Parsippany High School; and Alice Zhou, Parsippany High School.

Distinguished Secretaries (4). Julia Hong, Parsippany High School; Toobah Wali, Parsippany High School; Lina Estrada, Parsippany Hills High School and Lindsey Magbitang, Parisppany Hills High School.

Distinguished Treasurers (2). Shakti Gurikar, Parsippany High School and Eva Cavanaugh, Parsippany Hills High School.

Distinguished Editors (3). Aleena Kazmi, Parsippany High School; Elaine Lee, Parsippany Hills High School and Jasmine Thomas, Parsippany Hills High School.

Distinguished Webmaster (1). Amar Kakride, Parsippany High School.

New Jersey District Key Club Scholarship ($1,000.00) – Christina Hum, Parsippany High School.  This was one of 18 Scholarships that were given totaling $20,500.00.

In addition to the awards Division 19, which is the division that both Key Clubs are members, won back the coveted Spirit Stick which they had lost to Division 15 in the Fall Rally. The Spirit Stick was awarded at the end of the Sunday session to the division that demonstrates the most Key Club spirit when they are called upon by the Governor.  It was an extreme decibel experience.

The 2012-2013 Key Club Board set a fund raising goal for the “Eliminate Project” to reaise $100,602.23 during their service year.

-100 – For the 100 million mothers that still need vaccinations

-60 – For the 60,000 mothers and infants that die each year from MNT.

-2 – For the two powerful organizations, the Kiwanis Family and UNICEF working together.

-23 – For the 23 amazing divisions in the New Jersey District joining together to eliminate MNT.

Unfortunately, due to the devastating effects of Super Sandy they were not able to achieve their goal this year. They were however able to raise approximately $65,000 during this service year. Using the UNICEF/KIWANIS formula 3 (inoculations) x $.60 (cost of medication) = $1.80 = 1 life, the New Jersey District of Key Club saved 35,975 lives during their 2012-2013 service year. The 2013-2014 New Jersey Board has already decided to continue to support the ELIMINATE project for the 2013-2014 service year.

The district also elected their 2012-2014 Executive Board at the convention.  The new executive board members are:

Governor – Ryan Clarkin – Vernon TownshipSecretary – Kelly Tran, Egg Harbor Township
Treasurer – Penny Xu, Parsippany Hills High School
Edior – Pak Chau, Egg Harbor Township

Free May Computer Classes at Parsippany Library

laptopThe Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Library has free classes on Word, Excel, Powerpoint, selling on eBay, and more! Don’t know a thing about computers? Register for “Very Basics of Computers” and “Introduction to the Internet” to get started!  Want to increase your Internet search skills? Check out “Searching the Internet.”  Register for these free classes by calling (973) 887-5150 ext. 209 or emailing mary.martin@parsippanylibrary.orgRegistration is mandatory.  The Parsippany-Troy Hills Main Library is located at 449 Halsey Road.

Very Basics of ComputersTuesday April 30th at 2:30 p.m.

This class is for computer novices only. Learn about the elements of a computer, and get comfortable using a computer mouse. You will get hands-on practice in using a mouse to navigate the computer. Register for this free class by calling (973) 887-5150 ext. 209 or emailing

Introduction to the InternetThursday May 2 at 10:00 a.m.

Tailored to the new user, this program covers the basics of the Internet. Register for this free class by calling (973) 887-5150 ext. 209 or emailing

Excel 2010 BasicsTuesday, May 7 at 2:30 p.m.

Learn the basics of creating spreadsheets and other functions of Excel. Class covers the basics of settting up a spreadsheet, creating formulas, printing, and saving. Please bring a flash drive with you. (If you do not own a flash drive, you may purchase one at the beginning of class for $5.00.) Register for this free class by calling (973) 887-5150 ext. 209 or emailing

Social Media and YouThursday, May 9 at 2:30 p.m.

Learn about social media tools and how you can use them to connect with friends and family. Register for this free class by calling (973) 887-5150 ext. 209 or emailing

Word 2010 BasicsTuesday, May 14 at 2:30 p.m.

Class covers the basics of creating a document, changing fonts, font sizes, margins, inserting pictures, and saving documents. Please bring a flash drive with you. (If you do not own a flash drive, you may purchase one at the beginning of class for $5.00.) Register for this free class by calling (973) 887-5150 ext. 209 or emailing

Searching the InternetThursday, May 16 at 10:00 am

You’ve learned the basics of the Internet (prerequisite is Intro to the Internet or equivalent skill level), now it’s time to kick up your Internet capabilities even more. This class covers the tips and tricks of searching the Internet. Register for this free class by calling (973) 887-5150 ext. 209 or emailing

Excel: Beyond the BasicsWednesday, May 22 at 2:30 p.m.  or  Thursday, May 30 at 2:30 p.m.

You’ve learned the basics, now get ready to explore even more of what Excel can do for you! Register for this free class by calling 973-887-5150 x209 or emailing

Selling on eBayThursday, May 23 at 2:30 p.m.

Learn the ins and outs of selling your treasures on eBay, from staging items to pricing items to shipping items when someone purchases them. Prerequisite: Buying on eBay class or experience in buying items on eBay. Register for this free class by calling 973-887-5150 x209 or emailing

Powerpoint BasicsTuesday, May 28 at 2:30 p.m.

Class covers the basics of creating a presentation, inserting pictures, adding new slides, viewing a slideshow, and saving documents. Register for this free class by calling (973) 887-5150 ext. 209 or emailing

Fire at Shaya Ahavat Torah

Sgt. Bernard Hattersley, Officer Brian Conover and Officer Patrick McCarthy responded to the Congregation Shaya Ahavat Torah located on Hawkins Avenue to investigate a report of a structure fire after an individual entered the Temple at approximately 6:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 11  and noticed the smell of smoke.

He exited the temple and spoke to a neighbor who saw flames towards the rear of the building. The neighbor ran to his house and returned with a fire extinguisher as 9-1-1 was being called to report the blaze. The neighbor was able to contain the flames with the extinguisher and a garden hose until Parsippany Fire Districts 5 and 4 arrived at the location and extinguished the blaze.

They then remained at the location to overhaul that area of the building to ensure it would not reignite. Officer David Cavaliere as well as Det. David Guth whose function as Arson Investigators for the Parsippany Police Department arrived as Arson Investigators from the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office were responding.

The fire was determined to have been accidental in nature.. The motor of a sump pump that had been operating after the heavy rains on Wednesday evening seized up. The cord that supplied electrical power to the pump overheated and caused the fire to occur. Our department took the initiative to email the other Synagogues in the township to notify them of the incident as our patrol units were directed to increase their presence near the other two temples in Parsippany until the investigation was completed.

There were no injuries reported.

Parsippany High School Class of 1983 30th Reunion

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Parsippany High School Class of 1983 is hosting a 30th Reunion on July 27 starting at 1:00 p.m.

They are hosting an old-fashioned keg party at Volunteers Park. It’s located behind the ambulance squad on Beverwyck Road. They need a head count so they can hire a picnic company and accommodate for drinks, etc.

Please email Andrea Slansky-Geiger at with your response and how many attendees. Children are welcome if you choose to bring them. Please forward to any alumni you still keep in touch with. The more the merrier. This is only for PHS Class of ’83.