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Grounds For Sculpture Welcomes Two New Board Members


Grounds For Sculpture (GFS), the 42-acre sculpture park and arboretum in Hamilton, NJ, is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to its board of trustees. The two new board members were chosen for their extraordinary commitment to the arts and the incredible and varied expertise each possesses. Newly appointed board members include Penelope B. Lattimer, Director of ...

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Social Profit: What is it?


Amid deep government and socio-economic changes, the brave new world of non-profit work goes by a new, more practical name. And when it’s done right, everyone from the community to small businesses to local municipalities can all reap the rewards together. By Evan Grossman The non-profit business isn’t what it used to be. And it may never be again. This ...

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Ask a Busy Person: Jeff Edelstein, Columnist for The Trentonian

Jeff Edelstein, Columnist for The Trentonian

Edelstein may have grown up in Parsippany, but he considers himself a true-blue Mercer County man these days. A 1995 graduate of Rider University, Edelstein moved down here for good in 1999 when he accepted a position at The Trentonian. Through the years, he’s held numerous positions at the paper, but the one he’s held he’s always wanted since he ...

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Nominations Sought for 17th Annual Lawrence Township Economic Development Awards

LAWRENCE TWP., N.J. (June 10, 2015) — Lawrence Township’s Growth and Redevelopment Committee is seeking nominations for the 17th Annual Awards Program for Economic Development.  These awards are presented each year to businesses, individuals, and civic groups that have enhanced the community in a special way: for job growth, expanding the tax base of the Township, building or renovating a ...

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Golf & Tennis Classic was a Success!

Although the weather wasn’t ideal, a fun time was had by all at the 2015 Golf & Tennis Classic hosted by the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce. If you’d like to see the photos, click here.

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Data Breach Services: Know the Facts before You Act

As seen in midJersey Business Magazine By Gerri Burns Target received criticism for its offer of credit monitoring because the service didn’t directly address the main risk factor of the breached constituents—namely, that their existing accounts would be subject to account takeover via the stolen credit card information. If the Target breach is any indication, it’s clear that expectations are shifting. ...

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Ask a Busy Person: Eileen Thorton, Community Activist

As seen in midJersey Magazine A proud, native Hamiltonian, Eileen Thornton is a graduate of Rider College, where she studied commerce, journalism, and business. She believes her college education prepared her well for her career in public relations, marketing, and communications in the private and public sectors. Her first job was at the Mercer County Chamber of Commerce. She worked ...

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