Normally the NPBPA sponsors the Annual Holiday Party for the Borough of New Providence around mid December. However, Super Storm Sandy wrecked extreme havoc on the Jersey Shore, and caused considerable hardship here in New Providence as well.
Therefore, instead of having the usual Holiday Party, we are going to have a special reception at 8:00 pm on Monday, January 7, 2012 at the Senior Citizens Center. In addition to expressing our appreciation to all of the employees and volunteers dedicated to the Borough, we will also recognize and honor all of those who helped New Providence through this extreme storm. Proceeds of the event will be donated to the Community Service Association of New Providence (CSA). CSA is a New Providence based non-profit organization that helps New Providence residents through tough times.
A number of our local restaurants have volunteered to provide the food for the reception, so the majority of all sponsorships will be donated to CSA.
There are 3 levels of sponsorship …
Hosts – $500.00 – will be included on the community invitations, the NP Business Community Website and will have the opportunity to post a banner at the event.
Sponsors – $250.00 – will be included on the NP Business Community Website and will have their names on the welcome signs at the event.
Helpers – $100.00 – will be included on the NP Business Community Website.
Please let us know if you can help. All members of the Business Community (the New Providence Business & Professional Association and the New Providence Downtown Improvement District) will be invited, along with all Borough employees and volunteers.
Checks can be made payable to: New Providence Business & Professional Association and mail to: NP BPA, 360 Elkwood Avenue, New Providence, NJ 07974
Thanks for your support.
NP Business & Professional Assoc
NP Downtown Improvement
For additional information, or to talk to someone about becoming a sponsor, please contact Pam or Joe Steiner at 908-598-2532 or send an email to email@example.com.
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NP Business Community Sponsors Holiday Party to Thank Borough Employees and Volunteers for Their Service to the Community
New Providence Business Community Sponsors Holiday Party to Thank Borough Employees and Volunteers for Their Service to the Community
by Michael Shapiro on The Alternative Press (read full article)
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – New Providence business leaders, borough employees and volunteers came together on Thursday night at the New Providence Senior Center to celebrate the holidays and to show appreciation for the hard work and dedication on the part of the Borough’s employees and volunteers during this year.
Prestige Diner, Prudential New Jersey Properties, NJ Sharing Network, Lassus Wherley, Major Consulting, Birdsall Consutling, and Kapuscinski Luongo Architects were the primary sponsors of the holiday celebration, in conjunction with the New Providence Business & Professional Association (NPBPA).
Norm Sobin, owner of Cartridge World in New Providence, said, “It’s better than ever. This is the fourth holiday party I’ve been to and they really do a bang up job. The Borough employees really deserve this. As the sign to the entrance of the Senior Center says today, ‘thank you for all you do.’”
Michele Stivalo of Elefante Music and School for the Performing Arts told TheAlternativePress.com, “It’s really nice to be here tonight to celebrate the holidays with the Borough employees and volunteers. Stephani Healey and I both live in New Providence and work in New Providence so we especially appreciate what these people do for the community.”
Mayor Brooke Hern and the members of the Borough Council were on hand to show their appreciation to the Borough’s employees and volunteers. Hern spoke movingly about the September 10th dedication of the 9/11 memorial at Centennial Park and told the event’s attendees, “It happened against great odds. Not only did our town employees step up to get it done…they gave effort above and beyond the call of duty. They put so much commitment into getting it done…and members of the community…gave of their time to make it possible even through difficult times.” He added, “It really showed how special New Providence is.”
New Providence Borough Administrator summed up the evening, telling TheAlternativePress.com, “This is a wonderful opportunity to express our appreciation to all of our employees and the wonderful volunteers that make New Providence a special place to live and work. We are so appreciative of the partnership we have with the New Providence Business & Professional Association, which helped make tonight’s event a reality.”
You’re invited ….
MAYOR BROOKE HERN
NEW PROVIDENCE BOROUGH COUNCIL
INVITE YOU TO THE
2011 BOROUGH HOLIDAY PARTY!
hosted by the
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2011
NEW PROVIDENCE SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
6:30 – 9:30 PM
PLEASE RSVP TODAY!
Get more information:
CALL LINDA AT BOROUGH HALL, 908-665-1400 EXT 0
OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
KAPUSCINSKI LUONGO ARCHITECTS
Come see Santa shortly after he arrives in town at the Holiday Walk on Friday, November 25th. Santa will be hearing wishes and requests at the Prudential New Jersey Properties office in the Village Shopping Center as soon as he can get from South Street to the office. He will be there until approximately 8:30pm. Beverages and snacks will be available for all and special treats for the children. Start making your lists now and make sure you’ve been good!
You are Invited
to come in costume to TRICK-OR-TREAT
in Downtown New Providence
Due to the state of emergency, our downtown trick-or-treating has been postponed till FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4
3:00 to 5:00 PM
Rain or Shine
Hosted by New Providence Businesses
*Look for the Stores with an ORANGE PUMPKIN in the Window or on the Door!
the New Providence Downtown Improvement District.
New Providence Businesses
For information call 908-598-2532