10th Annual Pleasantville 5K for Peace and Wellness with Miller Chiropractic Wellness Center
Saturday, August 19
Time: 8:30AM Registration | 9AM Start
Location: Franklin & Ansley Blvd.
$5 entry fee (adults) | kids are free
Pre-registration is accepted
All proceeds benefit the Ralph Peterson Education Foundation.
For 10 years, Pleasantville has promoted Peace and Wellness with an annual 5K for the whole family. Join us Saturday, August 19th, 2017 for the 10th Annual Pleasantville 5K for Peace and Wellness with Miller Chiropractic Wellness Center and celebrate the movement! Participants who pre-register will be guaranteed a shirt. All others will receive shirts on a first-come, first-served basis.
Immediately following the 5K, join us for a Health Fair.
National Night Out
Tuesday, August 1 | 5 – 8PM
Location: Tilton & Langston Ball Field
Join us for another great National Night Out, an event for everyone in the community. We will have food, face painting and inflatables for the kids. Enjoy the fun while checking out the local non-profits and organizations in Pleasantville.
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Professional Networking Event
Thursday, June 8 | 5PM
Club Mia >>
Mayor Jesse Tweedle, the Pleasantville Business Community and our Atlantic County neighbors came together at Club Mia on June 8th for a free professional networking event.
Assemblyman Chris A. Brown, Assemblyman Vincent Mazzeo, Freeholder Chairman Frank D. Formica, Freeholder Alex C. Marino, Councilwoman Judy Ward, Councilman Ricky Cistrunk, Councilman Nolan Q. Allen, City Administrator Linda D. Peyton and Director of Economic Development Jacqueline Amdo-Belton were in attendance. With close to 40 people in attendance, we hope to see more community members taking part in the strong foundations our city has built. We hope to see you again at future networking events.
IAAC Resource Fair
Earth Day Clean Up
April 22 | 9AM
with the Pleasantville Police Explorers Program
Nearly 50 volunteers of all ages came out to the Pleasantville Recreation Center on Saturday, April 22 to join the Pleasantville Police Explorers, along with the Travis Manion Foundation (TMF), in keeping Pleasantville clean and green.
The groups worked around the city to pick up litter, repaint community buildings and more. The groups were comprised of members of the community, including Boy Scout Troop 26, local law enforcement and city officials.
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