The Bordentown Banner Newsletter - March

Welcome to the March edition of the Bordentown Township Banner!
Our goal is to keep residents, friends and neighbors informed about the latest Township news and events.

Daylight Savings Time - Sunday, March 10, 2019

As spring rolls around, it's time to adjust your clocks! On Sunday, March 10 Daylight Savings begins, which means we're springing ahead one hour.

Daylight Savings

Veterans Career Fair - Friday March 22

Citizen Soldier Life is hosting a career fair for Veterans on Friday March 22, 2019 from 12-3 p.m. at Bordentown Armory. Soldiers, Veterans and their dependents are invited to meet and network with Veteran-friendly employers, service providers and government agencies at no cost. Guests are encouraged to bring their resumes to be reviewed by professionals and a financial counselor will be on-site. On-the-spot interviews will also take place; and a free lunch will be provided courtesy of the United Services Organization of PA and NJ. For more information, please contact Cassie Edwardson: [email protected].

For more information on the event please call: 609-265-5548.


Veterans Career Fair

Free Lead Screenings - Wednesday, March 27, 2019

On Wednesday March 27, 2019, The Burlington County Health Department & Virtua Community Nursing Services will offer free lead screenings for children 1-6. The event takes place at The Carslake Community Center from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00p.m.

For more information on the event please call: 609-265-5548.


Free Lead Screenings

Conversation with MTIS Alumni - Saturday, March 30

Travel back through time with Bordentown Historical Society’s Untold Stories series. The fifth session of the series will take place at Bordentown Senior Center on Saturday, March 30. During the session, Alumni from Bordentown Manual Training & Industrial School will share their firsthand experiences and the impact of two locally segregated schools had on the community.


Conversation with MTIS Alumni

Easter Egg Hunt – Saturday, April 20, 2019

Bordentown Township will host an Easter Egg Hunt at the Northern Community Park on Saturday, April 20, 2019. Free registration will be from 9-9:30.a.m, and the Hunt will begin at 10 a.m. This is a rain or shine event and the Easter Bunny will make an appearance for photos at the conclusion. Please bring your own camera or phone to capture precious moments.


Easter Egg Hunt

February Recap

BTPD Introduces New Police Uniforms

After a thorough evaluation and with input from the entire Police Department, the BTPD unveiled their new uniforms in a new color, style and design to be more functional, cost-effective and durable. Chief Brian Pesce proudly announced this change for first time in the department's 47-years. We are pleased to report that the bulk of this uniform change was paid with drug forfeiture funds.

New Police Uniforms

Bordentown High School Volleyball Tournament

Our very own Bordentown Township Police competed against Bordentown Regional High School students at the school's annual volleyball tournament. Didn't make it to this match? The BTPD regularly participates in these types of events in an effort to improve the relationships between local youth and the police officers who serve their community - stay tuned for the next one.

Bordentown High School Volleyball Tournament

Bordentown Township Honors Black History Month at BRHS

Bordentown Township honored Black History Month at the 6th Annual Black History Celebration on February 28 at Bordentown Regional High School. Special thanks to the master of ceremonies, Bettye Campbell; keynote speaker, Elizabeth A. Campbell; Assemblywoman Carol Murphy; Freeholder Daniel J. O'Connell; Deputy Mayor Eugene Fuzy; Committeeman Eric Holiday; and the students of BRHS.

Black History Celebration

1 Municipal Dr, Bordentown , NJ 08505, United States

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