Sandyston Township
Recreation Contacts:
President  Jennifer Lubeck
sandystonrec@gmail.com
Secretary Kristin Lavin             "          "
Treasurer Beth Greene             "          "
Soccer Coordinator Erik Marra 862-354-2081
Amanda Marra 862-354-7323
Basketball Coordinator Michelle Hull 862-219-0286
Little League Pres. Jack Choma 973-557-7809
Little League Sandyston Rep Roy McClain 862-268-3305
Township Liason Kamala Hull
973-222-7722
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New Meeting Day: Recreation meets the 4th Monday of each month!
The next meeting is Monday, November 20, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Congratulations to Emily Schindler who was selected to serve as Miss Sandyston at Sandyston Day on Saturday, June 8, 2019.

Emily Schindler , daughter of Christine Schindler and the late Steve Schindler, is 18 years old. Emily is a 2018 graduate of Kittatinny Regional High School and is currently a Freshman at Sussex County Community College where she plans to attend Russell Sage College to further her studies in pediatric nursing. She is a member of and is currently serving as Acting Corresponding Secretary for Blue ridge Rescue Squad, and in her high school career was a member of Peer Leadership, Cross-age and Best Buds. In 2018, Emily was awarded the Stroke Save Award for successfully treating and transporting a stroke victim to the hospital within the "golden hour". In her work experience, Emily has worked at Project Self-Sufficiency and is currently employed at Picatinny Arsenal as a Camp Counselor. In her spare time, Emily enjoys painting, running, baking and babysitting.

Emily will compete in the Queen of the Fair Competition at the New Jersey State Fair/Sussex County Farm & Horse Show in August. Good Luck Emily!
Congratulations Emily Schindler
Miss Sandyston 2019
Congratulations Geraldine Mahon
Sandyston Senior of the Year 2019
Geraldine Mahon was presented with the Senior of the Year Award at Sandyston Day held Saturday, June 8, 2019.

Geraldine and her husband, Jimmy, and their children, Patrick, Gina and Tara came from Leonia, NJ and settled in Hainesville, about 40 years ago. Geraldine and her husband, Jimmy, founded Mahon Moving and Storage in 1972 and shortly after settling here opened a second business on Route 206 in Hainesville.

Geraldine is a devoted member of the St. Thomas the Apostle R.C. Church in Hainesville, is a Trustee withthe Sandyston Township Historical Society and the Montague Association for the Restoration of Community History and a member of the Sandyston Township Volunteer Fire Department serving as Fire Police.

Geraldine is generous, loving and caring. She is the first to help in a time of need and usually shows up without being asked, it is just who she is.

Geraldine's immediate family include her son, Patrick, his daughter, Katie, and Katie's mother, Christy; her daughter Gina and her husband Del and their son, Luke; and her daughter, Tara and her husband Jason and their children Matthew, Julia and Elle.
Miss Sandyston Contestants Emily Schindler and Katie Sikora hold hands wishing each other luck before the winner is announced
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