Monday, February 4, 2013
Team will play against West Morris Central at Mennen Arena.
Monday, February 4
On Wednesday, Montville Ice Hockey will take on the West Morris Central Ice Hockey Wolfpack at Mennen Arena at 7:45 p.m. Five senior teammates from the West Morris team – defensemen Mike Cotter, Zach Fischer and Chris Harquail, and forwards Zack Halko and Dan Devincentis, along with their parents, will all be honored that night. For Fischer, the game is extremely personal, as his father coaches the Montville squad – the same team that beat Central on Dec. 1 in the season opener. Information provided by Pam Fischer.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Morris Township facility has been primary county shelter since Sandy hit area; those still there will be moved to Public Safety Training Academy.
In a sign that things are (for some, very slowly) returning to normal here, the county announced Thursday it was beginning to wind down usage of Mennen Arena in Morris Township as Morris County's primary shelter. "As the recovery from Hurricane Sandy continues, the Morris County Office of Emergency Management, in cooperation with the Red Cross and the Morris County Department of Human Services, is in the process of closing the Mennen Arena ... as a primary shelter," the release states. The goal is to have Mennen closed as a shelter by noon Friday. Any residents currently at the shelter will be moved to the Public Safety Training Academy’s gymnasium, which will be able to house up to 80 people, the release states. The animal shelter set up …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Deadline is coming up April 22
The Friends of Historic Speedwell is sponsoring an All County Garage Sale on May 5 and 6 at Mennen Arena to raise funds for the nonprofit organization Historic Speedwell. Anyone can register to become a vendor until the April 22 deadline. Mark Sutherland, the superintendent of Historic Speedwell, said that the organization is hoping for about 80 people to sign up for a spot in the arena. As of mid-April it's up to about 45 people, but Sutherland said organizers getting more people everyday. Vendors must pay $100 fees to rent spaces, but they get to keep all of the proceeds from their sold items. The admission charge for the public is $5 for adults, $3 for senior citizens and students, and free for children 12 and under. The funds from the…