Thursday, April 11, 2013
Verona car dealership will donate $200 to local education foundations each time a resident purchases a car.
DeCozen Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Verona will donate $1,000 to both the Verona and Caldwell school districts as part of a program to encourage residents to buy cars locally and support the schools. The Verona dealership, located at 225 Bloomfield Ave., kicked off a partnership on March 1, with the Verona and Caldwell-West Caldwell School Districts, in which a donation would be made every time a resident makes a car purchase through May 1. DeCozen will make a $200 donation to either the Verona Foundation for Educational Excellence or the Caldwell-West Caldwell Education Foundation each time a resident of Verona, Caldwell or West Caldwell buys a car during that period of time. In March, five cars were sold to Verona residents and five cars were…
Saturday, February 23, 2013
DeCozen Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Verona is partnering with the Verona and Caldwell-West Caldwell School Districts to make a donation every time a resident buys a car.
Verona, Caldwell and West Caldwell residents will have the unique opportunity to help out their school district while driving off the lot in their brand new car. DeCozen Chrysler Jeep Dodge, located at 225 Bloomfield Ave. in Verona will be partnering with the Verona and Caldwell-West Caldwell School Districts by making donations every time a resident makes a car purchase. “This is the kind of stuff we need more of,” said Verona Superintendent of Schools Steven Forte. “This is a great opportunity for the schools and to help support businesses in town, its a win win.” On Feb. 22, DeCozen held a special event to get ready for the big March 1 car kickoff with Superintendents of each school as well as members of the district's school …
Friday, March 30, 2012
DeNogla School demonstrates dances to local students.
Friday, March 30, 2012
St. Patrick’s Day was extended at Jefferson School as students were treated to an Irish Dance demonstration last Friday. Jen McGovern, owner of DeNogla School of Irish Dance in Verona, along with dancing teacher Maggie Herzog, explained to the Jefferson student body about the history and folklore of traditional Irish dances. The dancers included Katie Quigley from Caldwell; Molly Burke, Caroline Murray, Veronica Ramos, and Isabel Ramos from West Caldwell; Amber Tomlin of Fairfield; Siobhan Stack of Bloomfield; and Elizabeth Muska of Brick Township. They wore colorful costumes that are really works of art. McGovern explained about the types of céilí dances that are usually done in formations of up to 16 people. The first performance had …