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15
Jan
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VOICE OF DEMOCRACY WINNER

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Paul M. Jojy, a junior at Livingston High School, was the winner of the Veterans of Foreign Wars' "Voice of Democracy" audio essay contest, sponsored by the Livingston VFW Post 2856.
 
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15
Jan
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“Unsung Hero” Tom Cooney Is UNICO’s Citizen of the Year

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In honor of his long-term commitment to community service, Tom Cooney will be honored as Livingston UNICO’s Citizen of the Year for 2015. UNICO president Al Branchi said, "Tom best exemplifi es UNICO’s core belief of 'Service above Self.' " UNICO is America’s largest Italian-American service organizations and for the past 60 years has annually recognized local residents who have contributed to the well-being of Livingston and its citizens.
 
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15
Jan
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GRANDPARENTS GONE WIRED

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The Senior, youth and Leisure services held "Grandparents Gone Wired," a technology program for senior citizens, at the Livingston Public Library on Saturday, Januray 10.
 
Thu
15
Jan
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Superintendent of Schools Holds Forum For Parents of High School Students

Jim O’Neill, interim superintendent of schools, held an open forum for Livingston High School parents. The event was held in the media center at Livingston High School on January 12. In attendance were the department supervisors, the LHS administration, and members of the Board of Education, along with a number of district parents.
 
Thu
08
Jan
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Chirls Elected School Board President At Annual Reorganization Meeting

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Pamela Chirls became the Livingston Board of Education’s new president, and Ronnie Spring was selected to serve as vice president, during the Board’s reorganization meeting on Monday, January 5. A reception was held prior to the meeting
 
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08
Jan
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Michael Silverman Is Elected Mayor At Town Council's Reorganization Meeting

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Livingston residents came out en masse on New Year’s Day to the Town Council’s annual reorganization meeting, during which Michael Silverman was sworn in as mayor of the township for 2015. Silverman, a Democrat who served as deputy mayor during 2014, succeeds previous mayor Dr. Michael Rieber. Daena Silverman, Esq. administered the oath of office for her husband, who was unanimously elected by his fellow councilmen.
 
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Jan
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CITRUS BOWL PERFORMANCE

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Gina Scheskowsky, Samantha Sheng, Brooke Sgobbo, Brooke Cohen, Quinn wright, Mackenzie warren, Arsema Amare, and Rachel McDonald, Livingston High School cheerleaders, were invited by the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) to participate in the 2015 New Year's Day Citrus Bowl Pre-Game performance.
 
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LSO to Present Family Concert

The Livingston Symphony Orchestra (LSO) will perform its annual Family Concert on Sunday, January 18, at 2 p.m. in the Livingston High School auditorium. The performance will be the second part of its annual concert series and will be a family concert of “Music for the Great Outdoors!”
 
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Athletic Director Plans to Retire

After 14 years as athletic director in Livingston, and 42 years in education overall, Patrick Genova has announced his retirement at the end of this school year. “Now is the time to take a deep breath and not worry if it rains or not,” said Genova, who has successfully managed 30 varsity sports at 75 levels in a comprehensive athletic program at Livingston High School.
 
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Dec

Coat Drive Volunteers Make Deliveries; Collection to Continue through February

The fourth annual Livingston Coat Drive will continue through February, announced organizer Jeff Friedman of Livingston.
Friedman, known popularly as the "Coat Guy," noted, "The holidays are just about over, but the coat drive isn't. It has just started to get really cold, so the need is even greater right now. I will suggest an appropriate New Year's Resolution for Tribune readers: search your closets, basements, and garages for new and gently used coats and accessories, so you can join your Livingston friends and neighbors who have already provided warmth and comfort to the poor, homeless and disenfranchised. The need is real, local, and immediate!"

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