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The Springfield Hadassah Annual Holocaust observance meeting is scheduled for April 20th

The Springfield Hadassah Annual Holocaust observance meeting is scheduled for April 20, 12:30 ​PM at the ​

Springfield Public Library    Miriam Gershwin, a survivor and long time resident of Springfield will oversee the lighting of 6 candles in memory of the 6 million Jews who perished during the Holocaust.

HILLIARD MEMORIAL BENCH INSTALLED AT TRIVETT PARK

On Friday, March 24th, a beautiful custom bench, donated by the Miller family of Springfield in memory of Sandra Hilliard, was installed at Trivett Park. Hilliard was a Springfield resident for many years, Board of Education employee, and Scouts and youth sports volunteer. The Township Committee approved the acceptance of the bench in 2016. The Miller family worked with the Recreation Department to choose an appropriate bench that was delivered from Illinois, and the Public Works Department created a concrete and stone pad between the playgrounds.

The annual Spring Fest and Egg Hunt will take place on Saturday, April 8th

The annual Spring Fest and Egg Hunt will take place on Saturday, April 8th, from 1:00-3:00 pm, at Chisholm Park, 100 South Springfield Avenue. Overflow parking is available across the street at Florence Gaudineer Middle School. Co-sponsored by the Recreation Department, Mike Scalera State Farm, the Rotary Club of Springfield, the Springfield BID, and the Springfield Patriot Chamber of Commerce, the free event will include an egg hunt, pictures with the Easter bunny, sand art, face painting, inflatable bounce house, DJ music, prizes, and more! Children are asked to bring their own baskets.

Union County’s Housing Summit to Build a Thriving NJ is  Wednesday March 29, 2017

Union County’s Housing Summit to Build a Thriving NJ is  Wednesday March 29, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 639 Mountain Avenue in Springfield.  Please register at http://monarchhousing.org/union-county-housing-summit-registration/ 

Our faith-based members and community partners know all too well that an affordable place to call home in Union County is an impossible dream when a family needs an income of $52,8960 to rent a modest two-bedroom apartment.

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