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HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES CONTINUE AT CAMUSO DISPLAY

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Children were treated to a free Gingerbread Decorating event at the Camuso Display this past Saturday evening. The festivities, cosponsored by the Livingston Fire Department, First Aid Squad, Police Department and Auxiliary Police, included hot cocoa and cookies.
 
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Healthcare Foundation of NJ Gives Grant For New NICU Suite at Saint Barnabas

The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey (HFNJ) has awarded $1.5 million to the Saint Barnabas Medical Center Foundation to support the creation of The HFNJ Private Room & Isolation Suite. The suite will be located in the expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, part of the hospital’s new Cooperman West Wing that is slated to open in the summer of 2017.
 
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To Hold First Meetings of 2016

The Livingston Township Council and the Board of Education will hold their first meetings of the New Year in the coming weeks.
 
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The Township Council will hold its annual re-organization meeting on New Year's Day, next Friday, January 1. The event will begin at 11 a.m. at the Senior/Community Center on Hillside Avenue.
 
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Livingston Coat Drive in High Gear; Almost 1,100 Coats Delivered to Date

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The Livingston Coat Drive is going “full throttle,” announced founder and coordinator Jeff “The Coat Guy” Friedman. “As Tony Soprano said around this time of year, ‘Hey, this is my busy season,’ it’s very much the same for the Livingston Coat Drive during the holiday season,” he notes. “Coats, winter accessories and men’s business wear comes in, and it goes out, many delivered just days later, and sometimes, the very same day they are received.”
At press time, the Livingston Coat Drive delivered some 1,068 coats, along with 307 men’s suits and sports coats, for a total of 1,375 garments, Friedman reports. “Not counting winter accessories, shirts and neckties,” he adds.

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Coat Drive Connects with Newark City Hall; Press Time Forecast: 1,000 Coats by Friday

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With an expanded volunteer workforce, the Livingston Coat Drive, thus far, has been able to make 15 deliveries to multiple distribution partners, announced its founder and coordinator, Jeff "the Coat Guy" Friedman of Livingston. At press time, he predicted that a total of 1,000 coats and hundreds of men’s suits and sport jackets, along with many bags of winter accessories, including scarves, hats and gloves, will have been delivered by this Friday, December 18.

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Branquinho Is 2015 Employee of the Year: Twp. Presents Excellence in Service Awards

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At the close of each year, the Township recognizes staff members who have provided exemplary service to the Livingston community. The goal of the recently held sixth annual Employee Recognition Program was to recognize significant contributions in areas relating to improving operation, cost savings, promoting team spirit, improving the image and reputation of the Township, and customer satisfaction. Both full-time and part-time employees are nominated by their colleagues, and the selection committee is made up of Township employees. There are seven categories of Awards: Employee of the Year, Customer Service, Teamwork, Innovation, Sunshine, Mentor, and Pride.
 
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Santa's Eye View

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This aerial photo of the Camuso holiday display at the Memorial Park Oval shows how it will look to Santa Claus as he flies over it Christmas Eve. The display, originally created by Ernest Camuso and erected at his family home on Burnet Hill Road, was donated to the township after his death, and continues his tradition of serving as a collection site for the Saint Barnabas Burn Foundation.
 
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Goldberg’s Documentary About Holocaust Survivor to Premiere

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"Be an Upstander: The Fred Heyman Story" will premier at the JCC in Whippany on Sunday, December 20 at 5 p.m. Produced by Howard Goldberg, a Livingston resident and junior at Ithaca College, the documentary presents Holocaust survivor Fred Heyman's story about growing up in Berlin in the 1930s.
 
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Camuso Display Opens/Menorah Lit

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The Camuso Holiday Display opened this past weekend to one of its largest crowds. The event included a performance by the township’s Starliners dance team, a train ride, and a costumed characters, including the Grinch and a Minion.
 
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Three Days Left to Respond to Livingston Survey

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The Vision 20/20 Livingston survey, which gives residents and those who work in Livingston an opportunity to provide ideas and suggestions for the town, was a family affair for Kari and Juana DiTonno who used their smart phones to complete it.
 

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