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Chamber Music for Charity Benefits America’s Grow-A-Row

By MERYNDA ADAMS, CHAMBER MUSIC FOR CHARITY October 28, 2015 at 9:24 PM MADISON, NJ – Newly established Chamber Music for Charity will have its inaugural concert on Monday, November 2, 2015, at 7:30 pm at Grace Episcopal Church, . It will be an MORE>

Eagle Scout project results in 20 park benches for America’s Grow-A-Row

By Staff | NJ Advance Media for on October 23, 2015 America’s Grow-a-Row was the recipient of an Eagle Scout project constructed and completed by Ryan Negoescu, member of the Bethlehem, Boy Scout Troop 191. Ryan Negoescu presented 20 park benches to Chip Paillex, founder and MORE>

Cteen ‘producing’ change in Hunterdon County

By Staff | NJ Advance Media for on October 21, 2015 at 9:15 PM On Sunday, Oct. 18, in Milford, Chabad of Hunterdon County’s Teen Network “Cteen” gathered to help America’s Grow-a-Row harvest produce for those in need. “It may be cold outside but that MORE>

Feeding the poor, educating the millennials: ‘Ideas worth spreading’ at first TEDxMorristown

By Kevin Coughlin    October 21, 2015    Morristown Green Some revolutions start with guns. Others begin with zucchini. Chip Paillex brought so many home-grown squashes to his office that co-workers finally suggested he deliver them to a food pantry.  That delivery more than a decade ago MORE>

ExxonMobil volunteers give a helping hand throughout Hunterdon on October 06, 2015 at 3:57 AM ExxonMobil volunteers spent a week, painting, landscaping, sorting food and delivering meals and harvesting for non-profit agencies throughout Hunterdon County. Sponsored and organized by United Way of Hunterdon County with volunteers from ExxonMobil’s Clinton site, the MORE>