The Jefferson Township Recreation Department is partnering with Sparta Lanes to provide another winter/spring bowling program for Jefferson Township students in Kindergarten (5 year olds) through 12th graders.
“We are all elected to office because of a trust placed in us by those who elect us. A trust to make the right decisions, a trust to keep our promises,’’ said Freeholder Director Cabana.
It is with much gratitude that we write this letter to you. On behalf of the Junior Woman's Club of Jefferson Township, we would like to thank everyone who participated in our annual Wish Tree and Toy Drive.
This fire took the home of one of the township’s most valued teachers and most dedicated volunteer, Pam Graham.
When the AIM Jefferson Community Newspaper recently ceased publication, local resident and entrepreneur Kevin L. Pattky, Jr. has founded THE JEFFERSON CHRONICLE, an online digital news resource.
During this structural fire, the Graham family in Lake Shawnee lost everything and is seeking your assistance on their GoFundMe site.
Applications due January 20, 2017, for Morris Arts’ Ehlers and Coladarci Arts Scholarships
Awards were presented on December 7, 2016 at the Jefferson Township Library. Each month the Art Teacher/s from each school in the district choose an outstanding artist.
Strong media advocate of Police and Media Communications set to retire at the end of the year.
Police in Jefferson Township are investigating reports that a skimmer was used to hack into the accounts of Lakeland Bank customers, and there is evidence that it’s happened at other locations as well.
The Jefferson Township Recreation Department is excited to add Cardio Kickboxing, a new adult exercise class, to its already established Yoga, CORE, and Zumba class schedules.
Jefferson Township shows their support for the local police by painting a blue line outside headquarters on Weldon Road.
Today, Dec. 7, 2016, we are remembering the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and the more than 2,000 lives lost on what had been a peaceful, beautiful Sunday morning in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941.