September 18, 8:30 am Breakfast Event at Two River Bank
They are located at 328 South Avenue in Fanwood, next door to the Goddard School. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual 5K Race Seeks Sponsors
Become a sponsor of one of Fanwood's signature fundraising events of the year. For as little as $100, support this great event while supporting our community! Here's how
Scholarships Awarded to 5 SP-F High School Seniors
Congratulations to Scotch Plains and Fanwood high school seniors who were awarded scholarships by the Scotch Plains and Fanwood Business and Professional Associations at their annual scholarship picnic on June 24th. Pictured are Steve Goldberg, SPBPA Scholarship Chairman; Mindy Scarlett, FBPA Secretary; Scholarship winners Arianna Correa of Fanwood, Steven Davies of Scotch Plains and Rachel Lavelle of Scotch Plains; Lisa Mohn of the SPBPA, Jeni DiVirgilio of the FBPA and Brian Walter, president of the FBPA. Winners not pictured: Elizabeth Hom and Auva Dariana.
K9 Resorts Grand Re-Opening: A Decade of Good Business
Congratulations to Steven and Jason Parker on the opening of their bigger and better K9 Resorts facility on South Avenue. The ribbon cutting on Saturday, June 20th, featured, left to right, Scotch Plains Mayor Kevin Glover, Lena Matthews of Financial Resources Credit Union, Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr, Fanwood PD Lt. Eugene Chin, Steven and Jason Parker. K9 Resorts started a decade ago at a single facility in Fanwood, grew to a franchise with seven locations and the new building which can accommodate many more dogs of all sizes including doggie daycare.
Ladies' Night Out 2015: Success!
Fanwood’s fourth-annual Ladies’ Night Out, sponsored by the Fanwood Business and Professional Association (FBPA), drew a large crowd toting brightly colored bags to the downtown area Thursday, June 11. The event drew more than 200 shoppers to check out goods and services from more than 20 merchants. Participants checked in at the event headquarters in the new Fanwood Crossing II building on South Avenue and picked up a map and a goodie bag loaded with coupons and other items before setting out on their shopping excursions. Several stores featured big sales and a Tricky Tray drawing, featuring a wide variety of items from local merchants, also drew interest throughout during the evening. A champagne reception at the Fanwood Crossing II location, where Tricky Tray winners were announced, ended the evening. (Photos by Brian Horton)