April 4, 2012 - Luncheon
April 04, 2012
12:00 - 2:00pm
Double Tree Hotel
180 Route 17 South
Come for an afternoon of networking while enjoying a great lunch.
Our guest speakers will be MRCC members who have published books.
Skylands - The Garden of the Garden State -
is about the history of the original private estate and the beauty of the public garden it has become today.
Speaking without Words, by
was inspired by the needs to teach others that commincation can be done with gestures as well as words.
by Barry Cohen - is a real-world, practical and comprehensive guide to starting and growing a business. It covers everything from legal structures and formation, to taxes and accounting, to funding & financing, to employee development and employment practices.
The Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant,
by Thomas O'Brien - The Ford Motor Comapy operated an assembly plant in Mahwah, NJ from 1955 to 1980. At the time of its completeion, it was the largest motor vehicle assembly plant in the United States. The plant leaves behind memories of a significant period of growth and the changes that have had a lasting effect on the area.
39 Things To Make A Cancer Patient Smile
, by Susan Reif - 39 Things To Make A Cancer Patient Smile will help and inspire family members, friends, caregivers, co-workers and acquaintances of cancer patients. This heartwarming compilation of Smiles answers the universal question posed by nearly everyone when they hear of someone's illness: “What can I do to help?”
Cassie Gets Her Smile Back, by Sherri Alpert, DDS - this whimsical story is about a little girl who gets cavities in her teeth and how she gets them restored with the help of her family and her dentist.
The Ramapough Chronicles, by Carol Wehran Greene -The Ramapough Chronicles: A 300 Year History of Mahwah, New Jersey and Its Surrounds is a comprehensive history of Mahwah with 850 pages and1,600 illustrations, beginning with Mahwah's relationship in the 1700s and 1800s to surrounding towns of present Ramsey, NJ and Suffern, NY, when our modern civic boundaries did not exist. The history draws from the extraordinary documents of the 1783 “Ramapough Meeting House”/Ramapo Reformed Church and its ties to the community, showing purchases of spirits from Wanamaker Distillery, coal from Winter’s General Store, schoolmaster’s salaries, workman's wages, etc. This is also the story of the Depot section of Mahwah from the 1800s to the present time—our original center of town.
Members may bring promotional literature and materials for our media table.
Sponsorships are available. The sponsorship package includes one lunch, a brief speaking opportunity, promotional materials at place settings, and name and/or logo recognition on all future advertising for this event.
Advance registration is required.
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