Wayside Fire and Rescue shared a link.
The popular arts and crafts store, Michaels, has issued a recall for thousands of Himalayan Salt Lamps.
Come out and support the Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 at the First Annual Flashover 5k.
The Tinton Falls Fire Company is an all-volunteer fire department proudly serving the community since 1932.
Human & Dog* runners welcome!
* Dogs must be leashed at all times (NO Retractable leashes), friendly with people and other dogs, and up to date on vaccinations, including Rabies. Dogs may participate in the 5k run or 1 mile walk.
Awards in the following categories for Male and Female 5k finishers:
• Overall and by Age Group (<18, 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+)
• First Responders (Police, Fire, EMS)
• Largest Team
5k Timed Run: $25
1 Mile Fitness Walk: $15
Kid’s 150-yard dash:$10
3/25/27 - Race day
Add $5.00 to each price
Register by March 24, 2017 to be guaranteed a shirt. Dog runners are free. Dog runners registered before March 24, 2017 will receive a bandana. After March 24 2017 shirts and bandanas will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis while supplies last.
Register online at https://raceforum.com/flashover-5k or complete the registration form below and mail it to:
Tinton Falls Fire Company, 695 Tinton Avenue Tinton Falls, NJ 07724 or email it to Flashover5k@tintonfallsfire.org
SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN!!!
On Saturday, December 17th, Santa Claus will be visiting the south end of Tinton Falls from approximately 1pm - 4pm with the members of Wayside Fire Company No. 2 and Tinton Falls EMS South!!! Be sure to look for the lights and listen for the sirens to get a chance to see Santa this year. Our volunteers will be handing out candy canes for all the kids and families that come out to see him! We look forward to seeing everyone this year, be sure to take plenty of photos and share them with our page!
P.S. Santa will be visiting the north end of town the following day, being escorted by Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Northside Engine Co. 4!
On this installment of RANDOM ACTS OF COPNESS we feature Tinton Falls Police Captain Jerry Turning, a 21-year veteran of law enforcement and proud father of his 12 year-old son Eric who has Autism. Captain Turning says he is committed to bridging the gap between law enforcement and the special needs community. Eric was also the first registration of the Monmouth County Special Needs Registry!
👮🏼🚨🚓👦🏼💙 Tinton Falls Police Capt. Jerry Turning
🔵I’ve been a cop for 21 years. I started my career with the Ocean Twp. Police Department and transferred to Tinton Falls in 1996. I’ve spent most of my career in the K9 Unit. My son was diagnosed with Autism in 2007. I started writing about my family’s experiences with Autism in 2012 when I created my blog and Facebook Page: "Bacon and Juice Boxes: Our Life With Autism". I currently have roughly 25,000 followers of my page from around the world. I credit my popularity to a commitment to sharing our experiences, victories, and challenges honestly and openly.
I believe deeply that, while Autism “Awareness” is a noble initial goal, we should be pursuing Autism “Acceptance” and “Understanding”. Autism effects the entire family, not just the individual with the diagnosis. First Responders can only achieve understanding and acceptance through personal, face-to-face interactions with our families. This is the approach I take with my training of First Responders as well as my challenge to Special Needs families to proactively reach out to their local First Responders and begin to build meaningful, lasting relationships.
I am available and eager to speak with First Responding agencies, individual officers, parents, teachers, administrators, or anyone willing to listen and discuss these issues with honest intellectual curiosity.
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It's that time of the year again!!! Our Christmas Tree Lot is full of beautiful trees just for you!!!
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