Volume 6 • Issue 7 July 2014. newcommunity.org
NCC Marks 20 Years Of Golfing For A Cause

Committed business partners and friends of New Community turned out for a delightful afternoon of golf during the nonprofit's major annual fundraising event that supports services for homeless families and raises money for scholarships.

Hosted at the Montclair Golf Club in West Orange, NCC's 20th Annual Golf Classic drew supporters to play golf, hear testimonials from Harmony House residents and raise money for NCC programs through a silent auction.

Proceeds from the event, dubbed "Golfing For A Cause," benefit Harmony House, New Community's transitional living facility for homeless families, and the Monsignor William J. Linder Scholarship Fund, which provides financial support to needy students attending academically rigorous prep schools in northern New Jersey and beyond.

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Shining Stars: NCC Early Learning Center Students 'Move On'

More than 75 students from New Community's two early learning centers beamed with pride as they donned caps and gowns to mark their graduation.

Dubbed as "Moving On" ceremonies, two separate events held by NCC Harmony House and Community Hills early learning centers were both jubilant occasions that shared themes of excitement and hope for each child's future.

"This is where it starts. Let's keep going," Tracy Stapleton, Harmony House pre-kindergarten teacher, said to parents gathered for the ceremony held in a multipurpose room at the NCC Healthcare Services building.

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As Newark Mayor Takes Reins, NCC Residents Say Much Work Lies Ahead

All eyes in Newark will be on Ras Baraka as the former councilman steps into the top elected post at City Hall on July 1. Baraka's decisive mayoral victory in May marked a sea change in the city for political observers but many Newark residents say they hope that shift will bring about tangible progress in their communities.

"There's so many things that have to be done that (were) promised but haven't been done," said Teodoro Rivera, a resident of NCC Roseville Senior who has lived in Newark since 1986. Rivera, 74, said he wants to see more affordable and safe housing offered and social services to support single mothers.

"There's so many things that have to be done that (were) promised but haven't been done," said Teodoro Rivera, a resident of NCC Roseville Senior who has lived in Newark since 1986. Rivera, 74, said he wants to see more affordable and safe housing offered and social services to support single mothers.

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Monthly Features
Articles & Photos
  • Young Harmony House Teen Runs After Her Dreams
  • NCC Shows Appreciation To Fathers
  • NCC Adult Medical Day Care Throws Senior Prom
  • Former NCC Security Director Receives Medal Of Honor For Heroics 50 Years Ago
  • NCC Hosts Meet And Greet
  • NCC Champions Health, Appreciates Staff At Wellness Fair
  • Around The Network - Learning To Love Music At Harmony House
  • Around The Network - Children's Author From Newark Reads Her Latest Book At NCC
  • Around The Network - NCC Students Sharpen English Skills At Adult Learning Center
  • Visiting Group From
    Baltimore Tours NCC
  • Bon Voyage: NCC Residents Cruise Along Hudson River On Tour
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