Your Weekly Newsletter To Find Out 
What's Going on In and Around Woodbury
November 2 to 9, 2017
Free event tomorrow at McArt!

Calling ALL friends who are ages 13-18 and part of the next gen LGBTQIA+ community and allies!!!! Join us for two hours of chit chat and games at the Corner! 

Saturday, November 4 at 1 PM - 3 PM

164 South Broad Street, Woodbury, New Jersey 08096

Contact Kristina at with questions! Hope to see you soon!

The Kiwanis Club of Greater Woodbury

invites the public to a presentation by 

Hon. Benjamin C. Telsey, A.J.S.C., 

about  New Jersey's Criminal Justice Reform 

during the noon-time lunch meeting on 

November 9, 2017.
Judge Telsey will explain the goals of Criminal Justice Reform and how public safety concerns have been built into every aspect of the new procedures. 

"All parties have collaborated to ensure that scheduling is done fairly and within the prescribed time frames. From January until August of 2017, this outstanding cooperation has enabled the timely scheduling of 869 defendants for first appearances within 48 hours and 389 defendants for detention hearings within three business days," said Judge Telsey.
To achieve these results, Gloucester County Law Enforcement Agencies have adjusted their protocols and procedures. Likewise, the jails have facilitated the transportation needs of defendants to appear in court. Additionally, the Sheriffs and the jails have accommodated the electronic monitoring requirements to track the movements of certain defendants. Furthermore, with respect to issues over Public Defender representation of certain defendants, the private criminal defense bar covered appearances pro bono, and many towns made their municipal Public Defenders available too.
"New Jersey media and politicians as well as commentators and pundits have devoted a significant amount of attention to Criminal Justice Reform. This presentation offers an opportunity for the public to find out a judge's perspective on the significance of public safety in the courtroom," said Michael Smolensky, President of the Greater Woodbury Kiwanis.
The meeting starts at 12 pm on November 9, at Charlie Brown's, 111 N Broad Street. An optional lunch is available for $13.00, including the famous Unlimited Farmer's Market Salad Barâ„¢

In honor of veterans day we ask that if you see a member of the armed forces, retired or otherwise; you take a moment to thank them for their service and sacrifice for the freedoms we now enjoy. 

Municipal Reminders:

All municipal offices will be closed November 10th in honor of Veterans Day.

Trash Collection is being moved one day forward from November 6th to 9th for the Veterans Day Holiday. No yard debris pick up during this week.

Example: If your pick up is normally scheduled for Tuesday it will be picked up on the prior Monday.

Good Afternoon,

This week Bellia celebrated its 44th Anniversary, and we received the best Birthday gift - we were selected as the Best Family Business in New Jersey! For those of you that didn't know my grandfather, Salvatore Bellia, his main goal was to build a business that he could pass on to future generations--three generations later, that dream is still going strong.

I'd like to take a moment to give a great big thank you to you, all of our customers, the community and our staff for supporting our business for the last 44 years! We are proud and honored to continue the legacy started in 1973, and we look forward to serving you for all of your printing needs for another 44 years!

Thank you!

Andrew and Sal Bellia

Check out what else is going on at  Woodbury's Public Library!

Baby Story Time & Story Time
Tuesdays 11 AM / Wednesdays 11 AM
Have a little one at home? It's never too early to start reading to your child! Join Mrs. B. at the Woodbury Public Library for Baby Story Time (ages 0-23 months) on Tuesdays at 11 AM or our regular Story Time (ages 2-5) on Wednesdays at 11 AM for songs, dancing, finger-plays, rhymes and of course stories!  
Tween Time
2nd & 4th Thursdays at 3:30 PM (NEW!)
Make crafts, play games and have snacks! Open to AGES 9-12.

Lettering Art Studio
  Wednesdays @ 6:30 PM
 Woodbury Public Library
 Join Maureen Peters of Letterworks Art & Philadelphia  Calligraphers' Society to create unique pieces using calligraphy  techniques. Supplies provided. All levels welcome!

For more events from your local library click here!
Other Important Information!!
Gloucester County Historical Society
New Exhibit and Fundraiser
The Gloucester County Historical Society is proud to announce that from November 2017 to March 2018 our museum will feature displays of antique model trains. Visitors will experience running trains throughout the museum as well as displays from the private collection of the Tyler Family - founder of Tyco Trains. 

Fundraising goal of $500 will guarantee free admission for all visitors during the month of December!

The City of Woodbury has 3 locations set up for toy donations!

* City Hall - 33 Delaware St (8:30 am to 4:30 pm M-F)

* Woodbury Library - 33 Delaware St (10:30 am to 9:15 pm M-Th, 
        12 pm to 5 pm Fri,  10:30 am to 1 pm Sat)
* Woodbury Police Department - 220 S. Broad St (24/7)
If you need to request toys for your child(ren) click here  or e-mail the organization directly here.

Would you like to be a member of Woodbury's new Human Rights Commission?

Contact Administrator Scott Carew if you would like to get involved!
For more information on the Commission click here!

Monday through Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
City of Woodbury, 33 Delaware Street, Woodbury, NJ 08096