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Patton Becomes an Eagle Scout

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Brandon Patton became an Eagle Scout, the highest honor in Boy Scouting, at a Court of Honor ceremony on November 22, held by Livingston Troop 16. Patton was honored in person by the American Legion (the New Jersey, Essex County and Livingston Posts), the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and The Order of the Arrow.
 
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Nancy Dinar Selected by UNICO As Livingston's "Citizen of the Year"

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In honor of her long-term commitment to community service, former West Essex Tribune editor Nancy Dinar will be honored as Livingston UNICO's Citizen of the Year for 2016. UNICO president Kevin Francione stated that Dinar exemplifies UNICO's core values and belief of "Service Above Self."
 
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Lancer Hockey Returns to Ice for 2015 Season; Drops Opener to Montclair Kimberley Academy

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By Robert Towey
 
The Livingston Lancer varsity ice hockey team opened its season with a 3-2 loss to the Montclair Kimberley Academy Cougars on Monday, November 30, at home at Codey Arena, which was packed with parents and fans who came to cheer on the Lancers in their first game of the 2015 season. This game was a rematch of the McInnis Cup Championship game of February, in which Montclair Kimberley ended the Lancers’ 2014 season with a 4-1 win.
 
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ANNUAL TURKEY BOWL

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Young Livingston football players gathered at the Memorial Park Oval on Thanksgiving for their annual Turkey Bowl game. This year's event included two games, a sixth grade game, and a seventh-eighth grade game, organized by Warren and Michelle Greenberg.
 
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Holiday Spirit on Schedule

Over the last several years, setting up the Camuso Holiday Display at the Memorial Park Oval has often proven to be a challenge, but this year, the Camuso Committee had to deal with a last minute change that nearly derailed its opening day plans.
 
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Public and Staff Forums Begin Search for New Superintendent

The first steps in the search for a permanent superintendent of schools in Livingston, a series of public and staff forums, are currently underway. James O'Neill, a retired educator who served Livingston as interim superintendent last year, has been hired by the Board of Education to assist with the search and is leading the forums. Input gained from the forums will be used help the Board in its search, O'Neill said.
 
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Hold Private Service For Robert C. Sutton

Robert Cole Sutton of Hackettstown, formerly of Livingston, died November 27 at the age of 67. A private funeral service will be conducted by the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home. Mr. Sutton was predeceased by his parents, William and Margaret Sutton. He is survived by his sisters, Judith Jones, Marjorie McSpirit, and Linda Zielke.
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Offer Mass Friday For Nicholas Stabile

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Funeral Services Held For Mrs. Claire Gutin

Claire Gutin died Monday, November 23, in Care One at Livingston at the age of 86. Funeral arrangements were by Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel. Born in Newark, Mrs. Gutin grew up in East Orange and then lived in West Orange, where she owned Claire's Affairs. She moved to Livingston seven years ago. Mrs. Gutin is survived by her sister Jackie Friedman (Robert). Her son, Jeffrey, predeceased her. The family suggests that donations be made to a Jewish charity of one's choice.
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Hold Services Friday For Richard T. Eyrich

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