Vol. 43 - 2018
October 18, 2018
Veterans Join Unveiling
Of Signed KIA Honor Flag
A framed official Killed In Action (KIA) Honor Flag, signed by Hunterdon County Veterans who attended the County’s flag raising ceremony at the Historic Courthouse in April, was unveiled for public display at a special ceremony, at the County’s Administration Offices, on October 16th.

Joined by Veterans and many County officials, Freeholder Board Deputy Director Suzanne Lagay and Freeholder John W. King officially unveiled the Veteran autographed stark red flag that is dedicated to the memory of United States military service people killed in action, while serving the nation. 

Freeholder Deputy Director Suzanne Lagay told the Veterans in attendance, “We have framed the signed KIA Honor Flag to serve as a reminder of those that paid the ultimate price and for all other Veterans who served here in the County. We are always grateful for your service and all of the sacrifices that have been made.”

Hunterdon County Independent Audit
Comes In Clean Again
Hunterdon County financial recordkeeping received a ruling from the Independent Auditor of ‘no findings’ for the second year in a row, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Janet Previte reported at the October 16 Freeholder Board meeting.

Freeholder Board Deputy Director Suzanne Lagay stated, “There is a direct correlation between the Freeholders’ ability to cut the budget for five consecutive years, including a $1 million budget cut this year, and the maintenance of accurate financial records. Good records create confidence in budget decision making.

The CFO, her staff, and all our Departments are to be congratulated for our second consecutive clean bill of health.”

Hunterdon Culture & Heritage Commission
Hosts Successful
World Music Day Event,
At No Cost To Attendees
Hunterdon County’s third annual World Music Day event at Deer Path Park, held on September 30, was a great success with more than 700 people in attendance. Presented by the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission, the free event promotes musical art and cultural awareness among all sections of society.

Cultural & Heritage Commission Director Carrie Fellows, on October 2 nd , reported to the Freeholder Board, “World Music Day featured three interactive world music workshops with Andy Wasserman who offered Native American music and dance sessions, middle eastern drumming and playing along in a “Voyage to Bongoland.”

Two participatory jam sessions were also held, and several activities were geared toward children. Jim Davidson hosted a West African Drum Circle, and the Bluegrass Jam was led by Daniella Fischetti and Tim Ryan of the local group Hub Hollow.”

i nformation
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October 25th, 9:30am to 12noon

Hunterdon County
Senior Center
Building #1, 4 Gauntt Place Flemington

Presented by the Sheriff, County Clerk and Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders
Saturday, November 3
9-12 noon
Rain OR Shine

Hunterdon County Parks and Recreation Division Announces Fall 2018 Programs

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Hazardous Waste Clean-Up Day

Saturday, November 17, 2018
Saturday, March 9, 2019
(mark your calendar now)
TIME: 9:00am to 1:00pm
LOCATION: Rt. 12 County Complex, ( directions
Fire Safety For Seniors
Friday, October 19
Call To Register (908) 788-1359
E-waste Recycling Event

Date: Saturday, November 10, 2018
Time: 9am to 1pm

Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders
and Constitutional Officers

J. Matthew Holt  
Suzanne Lagay 
Deputy Director
John E. Lanza
John W. King 
Shaun Van Doren

Mary H. Melfi
County Clerk
Fred Brown
Susan J. Hoffman
Anthony P. Kearns III
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