Senior Prom

Senior Citizen PROM was held on Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 5-7 pm. We served Hors d’oeuvres from Mazzella’s with the help from Alex Moriak and Luke & Cole Williams, and desserts were made by Karen Bandics & Kiri Williams. Volunteers were Karen Bandics, Sandy VanderMeer, Kathy McGlew, Karen Aryes, and Kiri Williams. Live music was provided by Bud Aryes on double bass, and Ryan Hernandez on guitar. DJ Darien Gomez kept the seniors on the feet. A big thanks to custodian Ed Aponte who helped turn the 8th grade dance to the Senior PROM, and thanks to Deerfield for providing the space, and for the parents who decorated which added that special touch.

With just shy of 40 people in attendance, the Senior Prom was a huge success. The seniors started with Hors d’oeuvres and punch and ended with something sweet and coffee all while they danced to some oldies, big band and listened to live Jazz. A special thanks goes out to Mayor Mirabelli and Councilwoman Andre for making this night happen. Your efforts and support were greatly appreciated and looking forward to working with both of you on creating a Senior Lounge that our senior citizens will enjoy and upgrading the community room for our community to enjoy.


Fire & Rescue Training Exercise

On 7-11-17 The Mountainside Fire Department and the Mountainside Rescue Squad teamed up to practice on a house donated by the homeowner at 300 Old Tote Road

Four Centuries in a Weekend event (Oct. 15-16) featuring Mountainside's Deacon Andrew Hetfield House. It features Scott Daniels, Chairman of the Mountainside Historic Committee.