CALDWELL, NJ - The Rotary Club of the Caldwells
announced Thursday that Willing Hearts, the consignment store under their auspices, will not be moving to the former Caldwell Women's Club, located on Westville Avenue. The consignment store is staffed entirely by volunteers and all of the proceeds from sales are distributed to selected charities.
At the meeting of the Caldwell governing body on Tuesday, Dec. 2, residents from the surrounding neighborhood expressed their thoughts on the challenges a retail business would bring to their community.
Samantha McCoy, of Caldwell, a spokesperson for the Rotary, commented that the club had listened to the comments from the Brookside and Westville families and decided to not move forward with the idea of a January relocation to Westville.
"The Rotary Club of the Caldwells listened to the
Rotary Club of the Caldwells
President J. Tim Blattner
The Rotary Club of the Caldwells joins together with 1.2 million volunteers worldwide to service local communities, counties, states and countries. They are joined together through a fellowship of their individual vocations and their mutual concerns for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The organization meets each and every week for lunch at The Cloverleaf Tavern Restaurant to foster their goals and objectives to help when and wherever the needs arise. Thier principle goals are to help the less fortunate.
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ROSELAND, NJ - A "sweet, sweet" black colored dog, possibly a Labrador, was found at about 5:30pm Thursday afternoon in Roseland Green in Roseland. The Roseland Police have been notified and the resident who found her is currently housing the dog until her owners can be located. The resident says the dog is an older female, who did not have any collar or identification on her.
Anyone with information should contact the Roseland Police at 973-226-8700.