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Vol. 2 No. 10 www.ironareanews.com October 12, 2010

Welcome Noah’s Ark’s New Executive Director


by Elsie Walker forever homes, Louie was a rescued animal. Before coming

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ouie the rat happily plays in his cage and welcomes to Noah’s Ark, Cramer worked in both the corporate and
visitors to Todd Cramer ‘ s office. It might seem non-profit environments, including working for the ASPCA
strange to have a pet rat in an office, that is, until you for the past 6 years. It was during an ASPCA outreach visit
realize who Todd Cramer is. In May, he became the exec- at a shelter that he met Louie. Now, Louie is a treasured
utive director of the Noah’s Ark Animal Welfare animal companion. He even accompanies Cramer when he
Association, Inc. in Ledgewood. does Noah’s Ark humane education visits, teaching children
“Louie brings so much to the office environment. He’s about animals.
a reminder of what we do, “ said, Cramer. Although he’s only been its executive director a few
Like the dogs and cats which Noah’s Ark helps to find months, Cramer is no stranger to Noah’s Ark. As a commu-
nity initiatives director for the ASPCA, Cramer worked
with shelters in the New York and New Jersey region, help-
ing the shelters to move forward. One of those was Noah’s
Ark.
“Some groups you just get attached to, “ said Cramer.
Still, if you had told him a year ago that he’d be the exec-
utive director at Noah’s Ark, he admits that he would have
laughed. He liked where he lived and his job gave him the
freedom to work from home. However, when approached
about the job, Cramer admits there were several things that
drew him to it: he knew the shelter, the good job it was
doing, the passion both at Noah’s Ark and in New Jersey for
animals.
“Who wouldn’t want to be part of that,” he said. Todd Cramer holding Louie.
Now, he’s building on the great work Noah’s Ark has
done. A new operations manager, a person with 17 years es on bringing adoptable pets to those who can’t come to
experience was hired, training opportunities for staff are the shelter to select a pet. Serious adopters will be able to
being put in place, and a huge emphasis is being placed not have a “House Calls” van bring adoptable pets to their
only on customer service, but on people in general. homes, allowing a selection to be made there. It has been
“You can’t make a difference for the animals if you don’t found that some people want to adopt, but don’t because
reach the people,” Cramer said. they can’t come to the shelter because of work or family
Cramer notes that one of his goals for Noah’s Ark is to responsibilities, can’t drive, or find the shelter environ-
make it a “community destination”, not just a place where ment (so many homeless animals) too emotional. The
people only come to adopt animals, but also one to get House Calls service will be an additional fee (except for
information on caring for pets. seniors and the disabled) added to the pet adoption fee. It
However, not only does Noah’s Ark want to be a desti- will allow more animals to be adopted.
nation, it wants to be an outreach, too. In that vein, Cramer For more information on Noah’s Ark, visit its website at:
excitedly shared that one of the projects in the works focus- http://www.noahsarknj.org/Home.asp

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First Presbyterian Church’s Organ


Recital - October 30th

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October 30 at 7:30 p.m. Guests are invited Westminster Choir College graduate and is
to hear the newly refurbished 15 rank in her 28th year as the director of music at
Peragallo pipe organ in the acoustically First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen. An
amazing 225-seat sanctuary. Organist ongoing presence in Roxbury for over 250
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Temple Shalom Members Build A Place To Celebrate Jewish Thanksgiving

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embers of the Temple Shalom structure, referred to as a sukkah, or booth. use the sukkah,” said Peters as the men put nightfall on Sept. 29. It stems from direc-
Brotherhood spent Sunday build- Temple Brotherhood President Michael together the hut. “First, our Rosh Chodesh tions found in the Biblical book of
ing a temporary hut in which the Peters explained that the holiday for which group, a group of women who are building Leviticus and includes such directives as
Jewish congregation planned to celebrate the booth is being built commemorates the friendships while deepening their under- making the roof open enough that rain can
the holiday of Sukkot, a festival that may 40 years that the Jews spent wandering in standing of our religion, will decorate the get in and stars can be seen, but without
have a direct link with the American holiday the desert and living in temporary struc- sukkah. Then our religious school and our major gaps. In addition, the roof must be
of Thanksgiving. tures. It’s also a harvest festival, a time Jews youth groups will have activities in it. made from something that grows from the
The men spent the morning assembling give thanks for a good harvest and for their Synagogue members will gather to have ground and was cut off.
aluminum poles, fastening canvas on the survival. their Sukkot services there.” “We use bamboo,” said Peters. “I doubt
poles and making a bamboo roof for the “Many of our synagogue members will Peters said the holiday lasts seven days. if our forefathers could have imagined a
This year, its tonight and runs through continued on page 6
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Calendar of Events
Friday, Oct 15 Bakeshop and Espresso Bar’s (Randolph).
HS Varsity Football: West Morris Open to public; Sat & Sun, 1 pm to 4:30
Central vs. Roxbury – Roxbury HS, 1 pm; $; (973) 366-9060.
Bryant Dr., Succasunna, NJ; 7 pm. Family Fun Day – A day for families of
Saturday, Oct 16 young children to enjoy fun activities,
2010 Fall Foliage Poker Run – Motor bik- including a petting zoo, pony rides, a pump-
ers take a scenic road tour from Hope to kin patch, games, crafts, food and much
Phillipsburg, NJ. Along the way, riders will more. Presbyterian Church of Morris
pick up their poker cards. Upon reaching Plains, 400 Speedwell Ave., Morris Plains,
Phillipsburg, there will be live music, ven- NJ. Open to public; 10 am- 2 pm; free;
dors, food, prizes, etc. to entertain riders (973) 229-4145.
and guests. Tour begins at Tramontin Musical: Forever Plaid – Watch how four
Harley-Davidson, Exit 12, Route I-80, members of an all-male singing group get a
Hope, NJ, Ends at Walters Park, 224 second chance to fulfill their dreams in the
Stockton, Phillipsburg, NJ. Open to public; afterlife. They will be serenading you with
registration begins at 10 am; $; (908) 835- music from the 1950s. Community Theatre,
9200. 100 South Main St., Morristown, NJ. 8 pm;
Celebrate Apples – Watch how apple cider $$; (973) 539-8008.
was made in the 1880s. Apple head dolls Netcong and Mt. Olive TNR Project Cat
will be on display, and visitors can try a Adoption Day – Tractor Supply, 293 Route
hand-cranked apple peeler and also deco- 206, Flanders, NJ. 11 am to 2 pm.
rate an apple. Cooper Gristmill, NJ Route Sunday, Oct 17
#513 (old Rt. 24), Chester Township, NJ. 1 Theater: Barefoot in the Park – Enjoy one
pm to 3:30 pm; free, donation requested; of Neil Simon’s earliest plays. This classic
(908) 879-5463. romantic comedy is about a conservative
Community Children’s Museum young lawyer and his free-spirited newly-
Spooktacular Cakes Event (Oct 16 & 17) wed bride. Brundage Park Playhouse,
– Learn the fine art of cake decoration from Carrell Road, Randolph, NJ. 2 pm; tickets
master chefs just in time for Halloween. $15 adults, $12 children & seniors; (973)
Classes are held at Morris County School of 989-7092.
Technology (Denville) and Becker Bros continued on page 6
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Temple Shalom... Calendar of Events...


continued from page 5 Saturday, Oct 23 or www.canalsocietynj.org.
continued frompge 4 Canal Heritage Day – Saturday, Oct 23
They Might Be Giants
Family Show – Alternative Enjoy fall weather in the Count Basie Orchestra –
roof of bamboo, frame of aluminum and the way many people decorate for
rock favorites present a beautiful settings of Community Theatre, 100
green canvas, held up with bungee cords. Thanksgiving, it’s not a coincidence,
rockin’ afternoon of cool Waterloo Village. Enjoy South Main St.,
But we’ve captured the idea of a place to according to some experts, including noted
pop music with a touch of boat rides, canal tours, Morristown, NJ. 8 pm; $$;
commemorate the wandering they did and a Mayflower historian Caleb Johnson.
sly humor that kids and par- museum exhibits, the (973) 539-8008.
place to celebrate this very joyous holiday, Many historians believe that the deeply
ents can enjoy together. Blacksmith Shop, and more. Saturday, Oct 23
especially for the children. It’s one of those religious Pilgrims may have been looking
Community Theatre, 100 Waterloo Village, 525 HS Varsity Football:
activities we get to do that’s based in our for a way to give thanks for their good har-
South Main, Morristown, Waterloo Road, Stanhope, Roxbury vs. Morristown –
religion, helps us connect with and learn a vest and survival. Naturally, they turned to
NJ. 1:30 pm & 4:00 pm; NJ. 11 am to 5 pm; free Morristown HS, 50 Early
little more about our heritage and gives us a the Bible and there they found the chapters
tickets $25; (973) 539-8008. admission; (908)722-9556 continued on page 14
chance to do something constructive while in Leviticus that described Sukkot, a harvest
having some fun. It takes us a couple of festival that always takes place in the fall. Thursday, Oct 21
hours and then we go have breakfast togeth- Temple Shalom, based in Succasunna, is Concert: Jethro Tull –
er.” a reform Jewish congregation in Western Community Theatre, 100
Peters said the synagogue Brotherhood Morris County servicing 30+ communities South Main, Morristown,
has been putting up a Sukkah for most of in the area. Lead by Rabbi David Levy, and NJ. 8 pm; $$; (973) 539-
the temple’s history. This year, the construc- Cantor Kathy Barr, Temple Shalom is a 8008.
tion took place in the shadow of a bigger family-oriented organization that seeks to Friday, Oct 22
construction project: the major renovation engage its membership in all synagogue Cesar Millan – World-
of Temple Shalom’s building, including activities while meeting their individual renowned dog behavior spe-
updating the Temple’s community hall, needs. The Temple accomplishes this by cialist, Cesar Millan will
offices and classrooms and the creation of a offering a variety of special-interest groups, give advice on how to deal
resource center for Judaic studies. The ren- educational activities for all age and wor- with aggressive, scared,
ovation comes at the same time as the syna- ship opportunities that range from tradition- lazy, compulsive and jeal-
gogue is celebrating its 50th birthday. al to experimental. More information is ous dogs. Community
Typically, sukkot, the plural of sukkah, available at www.tshalom.org or by calling Theatre, 100 South Main,
are decorated with corn stalks, Indian corn, (973) 584-5666. Morristown, NJ. Open to
and pictures by children. If it sounds like public; 8 pm; $$$; (973)
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October is Breast Cancer


Awareness Month

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he Sussex County Department of symptoms of the disease, is essential since
Environmental and Public Health early detection can increase the chances of
Services and the Sussex County surviving the illness. A clinical breast exam
Cancer Coalition want to remind you that and a mammogram by a physician, in addi-
October is "National Breast Cancer tion to monthly self-breast exams are sever-
Awareness Month." The American Cancer al tests that are used to check for breast can-
Society started the event in 1985 to increase cer.
awareness and education about the impor- Some people are at higher risk for devel-
tance of breast health and early detection. It oping breast cancer, especially those with a
has now become a month long, nationwide family history of breast cancer. Some other
campaign that has become easily recogniza- risk factors include being overweight, lack
ble and symbolized by pink ribbons. of daily exercise, the use of alcohol, long-
Breast cancer is one of the most common term use of hormone replacement therapy
cancers among American women, second and getting older. However, you can help to
only to skin cancer. According to the most prevent your risk by getting screened regu-
recent statistics from Centers for Disease larly and living a healthy lifestyle.
Control and Prevention (CDC), more than Remember, early detection is key! For more
91,000 women were diagnosed with breast information on breast cancer, visit the
cancer and 40,820 women died from breast American Cancer Society's website at
cancer in 2006. Screening, or checking the www.cancer.org or the CDC at
breasts for cancer before there are signs or www.cdc.gov.

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The Kiwanis Club of Randolph to Hold Its Annual Fine Arts Craft Show
By Cheryl Conway Named by Morris County Tourism Bureau as “An Event

T
ake a break from apple or pumpkin-picking this Not to Miss” and a “Top 10 Event in Morris County” for
weekend and take in some art at the 34th annual October, the craft market is a one-of-a-kind cultural event
Morristown CraftMarket. featuring beautiful displays that vary every year and raising
After a year of preparation, The Kiwanis Club of thousands of dollars to numerous local charities.
Randolph plans to hold its annual fine arts craft show “Our show is different each year because we're a top
Friday, Oct. 15 through Sunday, Oct. 17, indoors at the juried show where the artists have to compete to be able to
National Guard Armory in Morristown. The Morristown exhibit their work,” explains Geoffrey Price, Show
CraftMarket - one of the nation’s top juried fine crafts Director. “That means besides returning artists, we get new
shows and a not-for-profit event - will feature original faces and fresh and exciting work each year. The work
works by 160 artists throughout the United States and exhibited in the show is always changing. A guest who sees
Canada. a piece in a show may never see that piece exhibited again
in another show.”
In existence for 39 years, the Kiwanis Club of Randolph
organizes the craft market every year because of its
fundraising results and support for the arts.
“For 34 consecutive years, it's been our largest fundrais-
er for the many charities that we support,” says Price. “The
members of the Randolph Kiwanis Club strongly support
the arts, and we're very proud to produce a fine crafts show says Price. “The show is nationally acclaimed because we
of this exceptional quality and size. It takes us an entire showcase extraordinary, one-of-a kind and limited edition
year to organize the show and we greatly enjoy working fine crafts made by highly gifted artists in all contemporary
with each other in producing it.” media. Our artists compete in a very rigorous and nation
The charitable show raises thousands of dollars for local wide selection process to get into the show and our panel of
charities and not-for-profit groups such as the girl scouts, jurors chooses the best in each arts category.”
boy scouts, Interfaith Food Pantry, Meals on Wheels and Price says, “This charitable show isn’t just highly selec-
Habitat for Humanity. tive, it’s highly diverse, too. Guests can find affordable gifts
“The Morristown CraftMarket is the jewel of craft shows or heirloom investments. The show caters to every taste
in the country and raises tens of thousands of dollars that and pocketbook.”
directly benefit not-for-profit groups in our community,” The prices are set by the individual artists, but many
continued on page 18
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Roxbury Councilwoman, Kathy DeFillippo having fun in the sun at Roxbury's Olde
Suckasunny Day street fair on September 25th.
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The Thriller Side of Thomas Edison’s Inventions


By Michele Guttenberger minute film was thought to available was a single photo an intact copy. In a with the idea of eliminating

H
alloween season is be lost forever. Added noto- shot of the wild haired mon- Wisconsin basement an what would be repulsive to
here and an almost riety was given to this film ster scowling into the cam- eccentric film buff Alois a moving picture audience.”
lost thriller-Thomas when in 1980 The American era. The monster was por- Dettlaf obtained a copy Frederick C. Wiebel, Jr a
Edison’s Frankenstein cele- Film Institute asserted that trayed by Charles Ogle. He back in the 1950’s for just a history author and artist was
brates its centennial year. Edison’s Frankenstein was was part of the Edison Stock few dollars. Dettlaf did not passionate in getting
In 1910, Edison’s studios, one of the top 10 culturally Company Players. With a use Eastman House or Dettlaf’s copy restored and
with James Searle Dawley historical “lost” films. centennial anniversary of AMPAS preservationists’ transferred onto DVD for-
as director, produced the Thus, the existence of any this classic horror film there professionals to help pre- mat. Wiebel detailed the
very first Frankenstein film. copy of the film was widely was an intensive search by a serve the film from further restoration process and the
The film came to be known sought after by cinema his- few diehard cinema collec- deterioration. Included in history behind the film in
as “Edison’s Frankenstein”. torians. For many years the tors. Their persistence in this found collection was his book “Edison
For many years, this 12 only cinema memorabilia their search finally rendered the Edison Co’s catalogue Frankenstein” and received
summary of the film for its commendation from the
distributors: Library of Congress for his to assume human sem-
“To those familiar with efforts. blance is probably the most
Mrs. Shelly’s story it will be Thanks to people like remarkable ever committed
evident that we have care- Wiebel Edison’s to a film." (March 19,
fully omitted anything Frankenstein the publican 1910).
which might be any possi- can download and view this Come visit the Edison
bility shock any portion of 100 year horror classic. Museum to experience all
the audience. In making the http://www.archive.org/deta his thrilling inventions in
film the Edison Co. has ils/FrankensteinfullMovie sound and cinema. Open
carefully tried to eliminate This is a movie that in Wednesday through
all actual repulsive situa- 1910’s leading trade publi- Sunday. Hours are 9:00am -
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the original story it is purely monster seemed gradually dex.htm
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Calendar of Events...
continued frompage 6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ. HS Varsity Football: Roxbury vs. drawn carriages and a Model “T” Ford,
St, Morristown, NJ. 1 pm. Open to public; 7:45 pm; free, small dona- Montville – Montville HS, 100 Horseneck among others. Fosterfields Living
Sunday, Oct 24 tion requested; (973) 994-1143. Road, Montville, NJ. 7 pm. Historical Farm, 73 Kahdena Road,
Chamber Orchestra Kremlin Concert – Thursday, Oct 28 Saturday, Nov 6 Morristown, NJ. Open to public; $; (973)
Enjoy works of Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, Buddy Guy – Don’t miss a chance to hear Netcong & Mt. Olive TNR Project Cat 326-7645.
and Rossini, and other classical favorites one of the greatest blues guitarist and Rock Adoption Day – Tractor Supply, 293 Route Fall-Winter 2010 Art Exhibit (thru Jan
performed by one of Russia’s finest ensem- and Roll Hall of Famer perform live in con- 206, Flanders, NJ. 11 am to 2 pm. 2011) – Morris County Administration and
bles. David and Carol Lackland Center, cert. Community Theatre, 100 South Main, Tuesday, Nov 16 Records Building, Atrium Art Gallery,
Centenary College, 400 Jefferson, Morristown, NJ. 8 pm; $$; (973) 539-8008. Adventures in the MunchMobile with Court Street, Morristown, NJ. Open to pub-
Hackettstown, NJ. 2:30 pm; $; (908) 979- Friday, Oct 29 Pete Genevese – The Star Ledger’s Pete lic; free; (973) 285-5115, ext. 10.
0900. HS Varsity Football: Roxbury vs. Genevese dishes on the best dishes in the Guided Tours of The Willows Historic
Sunday, Oct 24 Parsippany Hills – 7 pm. state. From dogs to desserts, burgers to House Museum – Take a guided tour of the
Netcong TNR Project Food/Supply Drive Saturday, Oct 30 bratwurst, learn about the best and coolest Gothic Revival-style mansion on
and Cat Adoption Day – 81 International First Presbyterian Church’s Organ places in New Jersey to grab a bite to eat. Fosterfields Farm. Fosterfields Living
Drive South, Budd Lake, NJ. 11 am to 6 pm. Recital – Enjoy Bach’s most famous organ (Approx 60-75 min.) Mayo Center for the Historical Farm, 73 Kahdena Road,
Tuesday, Oct 26 piece Toccata and Fugue in D Minor played Performing Arts, Starlight Room, 100 South Morristown, NJ. Open to public; ; $; (973)
SpeakEasy – Storytelling – Enjoy an on the 15 rank Peragallo pipe organ. Recital Main, Morristown, NJ. 7:30 pm; tickets 326-7645.
evening of long-form comedic storytelling also includes works by Mendelssohn and $10; (973) 539-8008. Neil Simon’s “Prisoner of Second
by six stand-up comics. Community Durufle. First Presbyterian Church of ONGOING EVENTS Avenue” (Oct 1-17) – Follow the life of a
Theatre, 100 South Main, Morristown, NJ. Succasunna, 99 Main Street, Succasunna, “Greener Pastures: A Sustainable married couple living in Manhattan’s Upper
7:30 pm (happy hour at 6:30 pm); tickets NJ. Open to public; 7 pm; $5 admission; Approach” Exhibit (thru Oct 2010) – East Side after the husband, Mel, has lost
$20; (973) 539-8008. (973) 584-5238. Learn about sustainable farming methods his job and the economic crisis and urban
Wednesday, Oct 27 Sunday, Oct 31 and how those methods can improve envi- life pushes him towards a complete nervous
Depression And Bipolar Support Alliance Town-Wide Halloween Yard Sale & Clam ronmental stewardship, farm profitability, breakdown, with only his wife and eccentric
Meeting – Ivan Goldberg, M.D., a noted Chowder Social – Enjoy the excitement of and rural communities. Fosterfields Living family to offer support. Lackland
psycho-pharmacologist will discuss (1) the outdoor shopping in a flea market while Historical Farm, 73 Kahdena Road, Performing Arts Center, Centenary College,
use of anti-depressants to treat people with touring Dover’s downtown shops. Dover Morristown, NJ. Open to public; $; (973) Hackettstown, NJ. Call for dates and times;
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Looking for Fresh Delicious Food in a


Comfortable Ambience?

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477 Route 10 East (College Plaza) many years and decided to turn his talents
Randolph offers you the finest ingre- into a business. All the meals are prepared
dients at reasonable prices.The family fresh. The pricing is very reasonable. You
friendly atmosphere lends itself to comfort- can choose from variety of breakfast
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lies, singles and business gatherings. omelets, Aspen Fruit Crepes, fresh made
Owner Gayrat Umarov was a culinary & continued on page 27

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Pumpkin Cookies With Cream Cheese Frosting


Makes approx. 3 dozen cookies 1/4 cup milk sheets. Bake for 10 minutes, or
For the cookies: 1 tablespoon vanilla extract until lightly golden brown
1 cup sugar Zest of one lemon around the edges. Cool on
2 sticks unsalted butter, softened For Garnish:Whole pecans racks. When cool, ice with the
2 tablesppons Maple syrup Preheat the oven to 3500F. cream cheese frosting.
2 eggs In a mixer, fitted with a paddle, For the Frosting: In a mixer, fit-
1 cup canned pumpkin cream the sugar and the butter ted with a paddle, add the cream
11/2 tsp ground cinnamon until light and fluffy. Add the cheese. Beat until light and
1/2 tsp ground all spice maple syrup and eggs. Mix to fluffy. Beat in the powdered
1/4 tsp freshly grated nutmeg incorporate. Add the pumpkin sugar until smooth. Add milk
Pinch ground cloves and mix to incorporate. Sift and vanilla. Beat until smooth.
21/2 cups flour together the flour, baking pow- If frosting is too thick, thin with
2 tsp baking powder der, salt, cinnamon, allspice, a little more milk. Fold in the
Pinch of salt nutmeg and cloves. Add the dry lemon zest. When cookies are
For the frosting: ingredients to the batter and mix cool spread with some of the
2 (8-ounce) pkgs. cream cheese well. Drop rounded tablespoon- frosting. Garnish with a whole
1 cup confectioners sugar fuls onto ungreased cookie pecan.

Fresh Delicious Food...


continued from page 26 Gayrat was attracted to the franchise
waffles with fresh fruit. because of the fresh ingredients used. After
Lunch offers a variety of salads such as experimenting with the menu Gayrat found
the fresh spinach with fresh strawberries, through some simple modifications he was
diced bacon, slivered almonds with rasp- able to lose twenty pounds and stop taking
berry vinaigrette or a variety of wraps, fresh all his medications.
grilled burgers, pasta chicken or fresh fish. So whether you are looking for a light or
Substitutions are easily made to accommo- traditional meal the generous portions and
date any dietary need for a lighter or choices are abundant at Le Peep. Open
reduced fat variety. every day from 7 -2:30. 973-442-7337
Tell Them You Saw It In The Iron Area News • October 2010 • Page 17

Simple Slow Cooker Tips


Slow cookers are a simple, no-nonsense solution to making Potatoes in this recipe can be added at the beginning. Stir in carrots. Top with mashed potatoes. Pour gravy on top of
delicious meals for a family on the go. With minimal prep spices for the last hour of cooking. They will lose flavor if potatoes. Cover and cook on low 4 to 6 hours.
time, you can walk away and let the slow cooker work its cooked with the rest of the ingredients for the duration. For more family-friendly slow cooker recipes, visit
magic – welcoming you home to an aromatic, ready-to- • Resist the urge to stir. Each time you lift the lid to do so, www.bobevans.com.
serve dinner. Here are some tips for slow cooker success: heat escapes, extending the needed cooking time by up to
• Brown your meat before you heat. The extra few minutes half an hour. Some recipes do instruct you to stir halfway
you take to do so will greatly enhance the flavor of your through the cooking process or toward the end, but other-
meal. If you dredge your meat in a little flour before brown- wise it's best to leave the lid closed. To check progress with-
ing, you’ll also get a thicker sauce. While some foods will out lifting the lid, spin the cover until the condensation falls
brown during the cooking process, they won’t have the off. Then it's easy to see inside.
same color and flavor they get when browned first on the Here’s a deliciously simple slow cooker recipe from Bob
stovetop. If you can find the time for this step, the results Evans Food Products that your whole family will love:
are worth it.
• Prioritize your ingredients. Hardy, fresh vegetables such Slow Cooker Shepherd’s Pie
as carrots, potatoes, or turnips for example, cook more Prep time: 10 minutes
slowly than meat. To avoid undercooking these types of Cook time: 4 to 6 hours
veggies, place them on the bottom or sides and the meat on Makes 6 servings
top. Add tender veggies (peas) and strongly flavored veg- 1 pound Bob Evans Original Recipe Sausage Roll
gies like broccoli, cauliflower or onions in the last 15 to 60 1 24 ounce package Bob Evans Mashed Potatoes
minutes. Dairy products like sour cream, milk or yogurt, 2 cups frozen peas and carrots
tend to break down in the slow cooker. To prevent this, add 1 12 ounce jar beef gravy
them during the last 15 to 30 minutes of cooking. However, In medium skillet over medium heat, crumble and cook
prepared items such as the Bob Evans’ Refrigerated Mashed sausage until brown. Place in slow cooker. Add peas and

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Annual Fine Arts Craft Show...


continued from page 9 collaborative efforts to fight hunger in our beautiful piece from one of the artists as a Oct. 16, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; and Sunday, Oct.
affordable crafts will be offered, including neighborhoods.” door prize. 17, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
for gift-giving, Price adds. There will also be gourmet food vendors Children can have fun too by participat- Tickets are $10 at the door; a weekend
Artists from more than 25 states and and a plant sale in the annex to the main ing in free theatrical face painting on pass is $12; children under 12 with an adult
Canada will sell their original and magnifi- show floor. Sunday, Oct. 17, from 10 a.m. to 5pm. are free. A $2 coupon off admission is
cent creations in jewelry, leather, ceramics, Organizers will also be raffling off a “The kids can be whatever they want to available online at
metal, glass, wood, wearable fiber be - if a kid wants to be a tiger, we'll make morristowncraftmarket.org. There is plenty
and more. More than 5,000 people that kid a tiger,” says Price. of free parking.
are expected to attend, says Price. The Morristown CraftMarket’s hours are For more information, visit www.morris-
In addition to art displays, the Friday, Oct. 15, 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.; Saturday, towncraftmarket.org.
Interfaith Food Pantry will have a
booth at the craft market. Anyone
who brings an item or makes a
financial contribution to the food
pantry will be entered into a raffle.
For a list of Interfaith Food Pantry’s
current needs, visit
www.mcifp.org/currentneeds.htm.
“We’re very pleased that we can
continue to partner with the mem-
bers of the Randolph Kiwanis Club
on a highly successful charitable
event like the Morristown
CraftMarket,” said Carolyn Lake,
assistant director of the Interfaith
Food Pantry. “They’re valued sup-
porters who have donated countless
hours of their time, talents and
resources to help those in our com-
munity in need of assistance. This
partnership is an extension of our
Tell Them You Saw It In The Iron Area News • October 2010 • Page 19
Pink Extensions For A Cure from Alfonso's Salon in Flanders
By Cheryl Conway "We usually always do something for breast cancer month,"

O
ctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and says Alfonso Merola owner/stylist of Alfonso's at Sutton
through October 31st., Alfonso's Salon is offering Plaza. Cancer, "it affects everybody in general. It's impor-
hair extensions in two different shades of pink to tant to take note and bring the cancer rate down. You hear
raise money for breast cancer. Extensions are $10 each. All so many people with cancer issues. In the past, the salon has
donations and proceeds for this fundraiser, "To the Cure received two awards for breast cancer awareness, so
For The Cure" will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation women were prescreened to stop breast cancer before it
- Passionately Pink for the Cure - to help raise money for happens.
cancer research. In September, Alfonso's receptionist, Melissa Hackenberg,
approached him with the
idea of offering pink exten-
sions to raise money for
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great idea". To support the
cause, Melissa decided to
get three pink extensions in
her own hair. "It means a lot
to me" Melissa 22 of
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from Alfonso.

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Alfonso started the extension fundraiser on September
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Appointments are suggested, but not required he says. It
takes only five minutes to put in he says.
The non-permanent extensions come in a light pink or a
darker pink color. Most customers are getting one exten-
sion but some have gotten two or three.
"We compress it into the hair and pull through", he
describes. " As long as you don't use a conditioner, it stays
in. It lasts as long as they want it to stay in, but if they use
a conditioner on the scalp, or moisturizing shampoo or sil-
icon product, it will come out", he warns.
"We are very good at doing extensions and I even cut it to
the length that they want", he adds. We ordered a lot more
extensions for the fundraiser. He has about five dozen
ready to be worn.
For customers who do not want an extension, but want to
contribute to the cause, donations are being collected in a
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staff."
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National Gymnastics Day Flips Electric Prices Deregulated in New Jersey:
At CS Gymnastics Businesses and Residents Save Up To 15%

C Monthly and Receive A $50 Rebate Check


S Gymnastics was
once again proud to

T
be a sponsor for the hanks to an innovative and compre- supply portion of your electric bill.
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on National Gymnastics New Jersey, you are now able to business or residence for signing up. There
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hosting a fund raising the Phone Company and Cable Television, takes just minutes.
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dren from the local commu- Jersey Central Power and Light or Public in the supermarket with your supermarket
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fitness circuits, an obstacle month and service your account. And, if information about their $50 rebate check
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