Hogs and Heroes Foundation Celebrity Bartender Night

The Hogs and Heroes Foundation NJ Chapter Prez, Chrissy “Crazy” and Secretary, Kathy KitKat serves ’em up as your guest bartenders with their tips donated to our K-9 Officer Dunkin’. Tunes by Camo Pants Band, free food and a cash bar!

Clearview Math League Pi K Fun Run/Walk

Join the Clearview Math League in the Pi-K fun run/ walk for Pi Day! All proceeds will benefit the Clearview Math Scholarships that are awarded to graduating seniors each year.

Rotary Comedy Night

Join the Rotary Club for a raucous night of laughter! This annual event supports the Rotary’s community initiatives throughout the year!

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

Join us in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, by writing motivational cards and donating non-perishable snacks and household goods in support of the Ronald McDonald House. Donations can be made at various locations around the Hill.

Photo & S’mores

Santa stops by Farm House Design for pics and to find out what’s on your list! Plus, there’ll be cozy fire pits and s’mores. Tickets are $6 and support a local charity.

Clearview Marching Band Annual Craft Fair

The View Marching Band Annual Craft Fair features an array of local artisans. This is a great opportunity to find a unique holiday gift or a little special something for yourself. Proceeds support the Clearview Marching Band.

Hogs and Heroes Celebrity Bartending Fundraiser

Stop by for a cold one as The Hogs and Heroes Foundation NJ Chapter 1 Prez and Vice Prez, Crazy & Dawg, serve ’em up. All of their tips from the night will be donated in support of the Legion.

Homeward Bound at Critical Level of Capacity

Homeward Bound, a local animal welfare agency, is at a critical level with nearly 150 dogs being housed. This level requires the use of all available floor space and pop-up shelters. They are in urgent need of loving families to adopt and foster families willing to help.

Steve’s Story

Let’s forever celebrate the first day of September as a day of gratitude for small towns. Never forget the love and goodwill that we receive from our neighbors.