VOL. 5 - 2017
September 1, 2017
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Everitt Fairgrounds Unveiled at 4-H Opening Ceremony
Pictured from left: Freeholder Deputy Director John King, Freeholder Director John Lanza, Alice Everitt, Diane Fleming, Patty Kurylo, Kathy Kovacs, David Everitt, Freeholders Suzanne Lagay and Matt Holt join in the unveiling of the Roger K. Everitt Fairgrounds.
Hunterdon County 9-1-1 Communications Assists in Texas Water Rescue
Tuesday morning, Hunterdon County’s
9-1-1 center and a member of the Kingwood, New Jersey rescue squad connected a Kingwood, Texas family, trapped by rising water in their home, with the Harris County, Texas Sheriff’s office to help effect a rescue, according to James Curry, Hunterdon County, New Jersey’s Emergency Services Communications Division Head.

Curry said that on Tuesday August 29 th at approximately 11:35 am, the Hunterdon County Communications Center received a call from a long standing member of the Kingwood Rescue Squad reporting the rescue squad member received an email from someone in Texas, unknown to her, on her personal account. The email was brief and stated two people were in an attic with water rising in Kingwood, Texas. Included in the email was a name, address, and cell phone
Veterans Honored at 4-H Fair Award Ceremony
A standing room only crowd at the 4-H Fair main event tent served as the backdrop for a group of Hunterdon County military veterans who were recognized and thanked for their service to the nation, at the annual Hunterdon Fair’s grand opening ceremonies on August 23 rd .

Feted by Hunterdon’s own U.S. Congressman, Leonard Lance, and other Constitutional officers and elected leaders, twenty five veterans, representing all eras and branches of the service, received the Hunterdon County Veterans’ Recognition Medal at an emotionally charged. Read more...
Hunterdon County
9/11 Remembrance Ceremony
Sheriff Fred Brown has announced that Hunterdon County will hold a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on the Historic Courthouse steps, Monday, September 11, at 8:30 am. The public is invited to join with Hunterdon County officials and members of the First Responder community to honor the memory of those who were lost.

Sheriff Brown stated, “September 11, 2001 is a date that Americans should never forget, for the lives lost, as well as the heroic actions of first responders and many ordinary citizens. We in Hunterdon County felt the pain of loss directly and, therefore, it is appropriate that we set aside time to reflect and remember.” Read more...
Largest ever Electronic Waste Drop-off for Hunterdon County residents.
Hunterdon County Library card holders are eligible for Museum Passes.
Hunterdon County Library card holders are eligible for discounts during Library Card Month. For more information, click here.
Hunterdon County Library Amateur Photography contest is happening, click here for more information.
Hunterdon County schools schedules for the 20178-2018 calendar year, click here.
County Clerk Mary Melfi announces Shredding Days for Hunterdon County residents, click here to find out more information.

John E. Lanza , Director
John W. King , Deputy Director
J. Matthew Holt
Suzanne Lagay 
Robert G. Walton
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