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Where Will You Go for Your 2023 First Day Hike?

NEW JERSEY — Every New Year's Day, free and guided hiking events are offered in state parks across the country. It's the perfect way to introduce individuals and families to both the outdoors and a healthy lifestyle. First Day Hikes offer a variety of distances and levels of difficulty.According to the American Hiking Society, nearly 55,000 people rang in the New Year last year, collectively hiking over 133,000 miles throughout the United S...

NEW JERSEY — Every New Year's Day, free and guided hiking events are offered in state parks across the country. It's the perfect way to introduce individuals and families to both the outdoors and a healthy lifestyle. First Day Hikes offer a variety of distances and levels of difficulty.

According to the American Hiking Society, nearly 55,000 people rang in the New Year last year, collectively hiking over 133,000 miles throughout the United States. The hikes are led by state park staff and volunteers, and while the difficulty level and mileage may vary, the events are family friendly.

The New Jersey State Park Service is hosting a variety of free hikes and a lighthouse climb that may pique your interest; following are some ideas. To see a full list of events, click here.

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High Point Sixth Annual “First Day Challenge” Hike — 10 a.m. — The first half of this hike is more rugged, on the Appalachian Trail, or AT, in scenic High Point State Park. Participants will return on the easier Iris Trail, a well-graded old wagon road. This hike is approximately 6 miles and is considered difficult to strenuous, with an elevation up to 1,600 feet. Members of NJ Search and Rescue will be along to assist. Dogs on leashes (max 6’) and children ages 12 and up with an adult are welcome. Registration is required - call hike leader John Rovetto at 973-903-3496 or email [email protected]. The hike will be canceled if there is steady rain, heavy snow or icy conditions. Meet at the Appalachian Trail parking lot - Route 23, Montague (just south of High Point State Park Office at 1480 Route 23).

New Year's Day Beach Hike at Island Beach State Park — from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. — Join the Friends of IBSP for a scenic walk down the beach. The walk is approximately one mile out and back, but you can turn back at anytime. A bonfire and s'mores to follow, weather permitting. This walk is rated easy, and all are welcome, including well-behaved dogs on leashes. Registration is required, click here to register. Registered participants will receive an email if the program is canceled. Meet at Island Beach State Park Swimming Area 1 at 2401 Central Avenue, Seaside Park.

2023 First Day Hike at Cheesequake State Park — Meet at 1 p.m. — Enjoy a Naturalist led guided hike at Cheesequake State Park. During the hike, participants will learn about the history and environmental highlights of the park. This moderate hike is approximately 2 miles. For ages 8 and up, and dogs on leashes are welcome. Registration is not required. Meet at the Cheesequake State Park Nature Center, at 300 Gordon Road in Old Bridge. For more information, call the Nature Center on Saturday, Dec. 31 after 10 a.m. or day of event at 732-566-3208.

Perrine Hill and Sutfin Farm Hiking Tour — 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. — This guided, easy, 2.5-mile hike, with historical interpretation, allows participants to hike through farm fields where George Washington commanded the Continental Army and Molly Pitcher fought during the Battle of Monmouth. Children age 10 and over with parent/guardian are welcome. Registration is not required. The hike will be canceled if there’s snow, ice or rain; check the status day of by calling the Park office at 609-732-9616 or the Monmouth Battlefield Facebook page. Meet at the Monmouth Battlefield State Park Visitor Center, 20 Business Rte. 33, in Manalapan.

FreeWalkers First Hike of 2023 — Meet at 10:15 a.m. — FreeWalkers, a non-profit walking group, will host a morning hike in South Mountain Reservation. The hike will be around 6-7 miles and three hours, or a little more depending upon group size, trail conditions and how many times people want to stop for photo ops. Highlights include the Fairy Trail, Rahway River, Hobble Falls, Hemlock Falls, and the Lenape Trail. If you choose to do some, but not all, you can turn around and head back on your own; otherwise the hike will be a loop. It's not rated as a difficult hike, but can be hilly and muddy in places. For more information, email [email protected], call 201-618-5582, or check the FreeWalkers Facebook page. Register on Eventbrite here.

East Coast Greenway — Create your own hike. This 3,000-mile walking and biking trail runs from Key West, FL, to Calais, ME. There are almost one hundred miles of the trail in New Jersey, running from Trenton, through New Brunswick and Jersey City, to Hoboken. From there, one can walk along the waterfront all the way up to Fort Lee, and cross the George Washington Bridge into New York. Map your own adventure at greenway.org.

Wherever your walking travels take you to kickstart 2023, dress for the weather, bring water and snacks, and always let someone know where you will be going. Happy trails!

Lakeland Hills YMCA Launches Community "RESET" Challenge

Lakeland Hills Family YMCA is partnering with YMCAs across the nation to launch RESET! Beginning Monday, February 13, join the Y and almost 100 other YMCAs in the United States to choose one healthy habit to increase your physical mental, or spiritual health. Studies show that people who commit to healthier lifestyles are more successful when doing so with a partner or partners, and the Y wants to help you find your community.In three weeks (21 days), build your healthy habit, join (or create!) a virtual accountability group, and play...

Lakeland Hills Family YMCA is partnering with YMCAs across the nation to launch RESET! Beginning Monday, February 13, join the Y and almost 100 other YMCAs in the United States to choose one healthy habit to increase your physical mental, or spiritual health. Studies show that people who commit to healthier lifestyles are more successful when doing so with a partner or partners, and the Y wants to help you find your community.

In three weeks (21 days), build your healthy habit, join (or create!) a virtual accountability group, and play RESET Bingo every week to track your success and be entered to win gift cards weekly and a regional grand prize at the program’s completion. Additionally, Lakeland Hills YMCA is offering weekly prizes from locally-owned businesses.

Those who successfully finish RESET will have the satisfaction of changing their mind, spirit, and body. RESET isn’t only for Y members, though! Non-members can join RESET and be part of the challenge too.

If you were already thinking about making changes in the new year but don’t want to be alone, join by texting RESET to 844-889-6222! The Y helps people all around the country move forward as a community and helps you set and reach your goals. They’re looking forward to having you in the program! All the details for RESET are just a text away!

For over 100 years Lakeland Hills Family YMCA has been the leading community organization serving thousands of people, with its focus on Healthy Living, Youth Development, and Social Responsibility. For more information on Lakeland Hills Family YMCA please visit their website at https://lakelandhillsymca.com/reset-challenge/ or email Rosemary Linder Day at [email protected]

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Campbell Soup Moving 330 Jobs Into its Camden Headquarters

CAMDEN, NJ – About 330 jobs will be moved by Campbell Soup Co. to its city headquarters from operations in North Carolina and Connecticut, the company announced Wednesday morning."Over the next three years, the company plans to invest approximately $50 million to enhance its Camden facilities to drive greater creativity, collaboration and career development, as well as to accommodate more than 1,600 employees that will now be located on its renovated campus," the food company that has operated from Camden for more than...

CAMDEN, NJ – About 330 jobs will be moved by Campbell Soup Co. to its city headquarters from operations in North Carolina and Connecticut, the company announced Wednesday morning.

"Over the next three years, the company plans to invest approximately $50 million to enhance its Camden facilities to drive greater creativity, collaboration and career development, as well as to accommodate more than 1,600 employees that will now be located on its renovated campus," the food company that has operated from Camden for more than 150 years said in the announcement.

The snacks division will move to Camden and have a separate section on the Camden campus to be part of Campbell's two-division operating model of meals/beverages and snacks. Campbell said it expects the consolidation of offices will yield savings beginning in fiscal 2024 and reach $10 million a year in fiscal year 2026.

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Campbell announced it would construct new buildings and upgrade existing space in Camden. Construction is scheduled to start in March.

The expansion will include a new campus center, a Snacks Research and Development center, and a pilot plant. It will include on-site daycare, a café, complimentary health and fitness center and other services.

"In good times and bad, Campbell’s has remained a constant in Camden for over 153 years. It is such an extraordinary public-private partnership," Camden Mayor Victor Carstarphen said in a statement.

He said that Campbell's last major expansion in 2010 that cost about $132 million "was a catalyst for enhancements to the surrounding roadways, resulted in new infrastructure, and ultimately the development of a commercial office park."

"They are an American icon and an anchor in our community," the mayor said.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy had similar praise: “Campbell is an iconic New Jersey company, and I’m pleased with their commitment to invest and grow in our state.”

Murphy said in a statement that the plan "will create jobs, stimulate economic development, and strengthen Campbell’s roots in Camden where their efforts have played an essential role in the continued transformation of the city.”

Campbell acquired the Snyder-Lance Inc. snacks company in 2018 and most of the operations have been in Camden; Charlotte, North Carolina and Norwalk, Connecticut. Employees from the closing locations will begin to relocate to Camden in the middle of this year. Employees who choose not to move to New Jersey will get severance benefits and job-hunting help from Campbell, a spokesperson said Wednesday afternoon.

The company, with $8.6 billion in net sales in its latest fiscal year, has a brand portfolio that includes Campbell’s, Cape Cod, Goldfish, Kettle Brand, Lance, Late July, Milano, Pace, Pacific Foods, Pepperidge Farm, Prego, Snyder’s of Hanover, Swanson and V8.

Girl Scout Gold Encourages Residents to 'Bee Friendly'

MONTVILLE, NJ – An interest in beekeeping led to the subject of Madeline Tubbs’ Girl Scout Gold award – getting along with our small buzzing friends. The Morris County School of Technology/Vocational High School student says her main goal was to inform the public that bees as pollinators are a very important part of our food supply.“When we support the honeybees socially by having a positive attitude towards them, it supports our food system,” she said.To this end she spoke at Hilldale Elementary&r...

MONTVILLE, NJ – An interest in beekeeping led to the subject of Madeline Tubbs’ Girl Scout Gold award – getting along with our small buzzing friends. The Morris County School of Technology/Vocational High School student says her main goal was to inform the public that bees as pollinators are a very important part of our food supply.

“When we support the honeybees socially by having a positive attitude towards them, it supports our food system,” she said.

To this end she spoke at Hilldale Elementary’s Earth Day and to Boy and Girl Scout troops about honeybees and how to be nicer to them. This includes encouraging the planting of pollen and nectar providers like maple and locust trees and chrysanthemums, dahlias, dandelions and marigolds, according to her website lets-bee-friendly.com. Allowing for the growth of dandelions in the spring and calling beekeepers, not exterminators, when unwanted outcroppings of bees show up are other ways to “bee friendly,” Tubbs says.

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“A lot of people, when I mention I’m a beekeeper, they think the bees would sting me. It’s valid, but we, as a society, need to recognize the contributions they make. We don’t need to freak out if we see bees on a flower – we can just let the bees be,” she said.

Tubbs says she has been a beekeeper for about two years and she’s “had a blast with it.”

“I’m very new at it, and I have four hives in my backyard in Pine Brook,” she said. “All the interactions with the beekeeping community – they’ve been so kind – it’s a lot of fun. I’ve always been interested in honeybees since I’m a gardener. But it never really launched until two years ago with the help of my parents.”

Her passion for the subject led her to spend well over the 80 hours required for a Gold award, well into the area of 114 hours that she has actually documented although that doesn’t include the time spent taking care of her hives as part of the project.

“It didn’t feel like that many hours,” she said.

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Girls Basketball: Results, recaps, photos & coverage for Friday, Jan. 27

FRIDAY, JAN. 27FEATURED GAMESCedar Creek at Atlantic City, 5:30West Windsor-Plainsboro South at Princeton, 5:30COUNTY TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARDTOP 20 SCOREBOARDFRIDAY’S SCHEDULEFriday, Jan. 27DME Academy (FL) at University (13-4), 6pmLife Center (1-1) at Pope John (16-2), 7:30pmManchester Regional (4-11) at Paterson Kennedy (6-8), 4:30pmBCSLDoane Academy (4-8) at Burlington City (4-10), 3:45pm...

FRIDAY, JAN. 27

FEATURED GAMES

Cedar Creek at Atlantic City, 5:30

West Windsor-Plainsboro South at Princeton, 5:30

COUNTY TOURNAMENT SCOREBOARD

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

Friday, Jan. 27

DME Academy (FL) at University (13-4), 6pm

Life Center (1-1) at Pope John (16-2), 7:30pm

Manchester Regional (4-11) at Paterson Kennedy (6-8), 4:30pm

BCSL

Doane Academy (4-8) at Burlington City (4-10), 3:45pm

Medford Tech (12-4) at Riverside (1-10), 3:45pm

STEMCivics (1-13) at Willingboro (11-4), 3:45pm

Pennington (7-2) at Trenton Catholic (6-6), 4pm

Pennsauken (6-9) at New Egypt (9-6), 5:15pm

Delran (9-5) at Cinnaminson (16-2), 5:15pm

Florence (2-12) at Palmyra (12-4), 5:15pm

Burlington Township (6-8) at Holy Cross Prep (9-5), 5:30pm

Northern Burlington (3-11) at Bordentown (8-10), 6:30pm

Westampton Tech (11-3) at Pemberton (6-10), 6:30pm

BIG NORTH

New Milford (9-6) at Cliffside Park (4-12), 5:15pm

Ridgewood (6-11) at Sparta (12-4), 7pm

CAPE-ATLANTIC

Ocean City (15-2) at Middle Township (15-4), 5:30pm

Overbrook (2-10) at Bridgeton (14-3), 5:30pm

Wildwood Catholic (15-3) at Mainland (14-2), 5:30pm

Atlantic Tech (2-13) at Egg Harbor (9-8), 5:30pm

Cedar Creek (7-8) at Atlantic City (10-4), 5:30pm

Cape May Tech (4-6) at Lower Cape May (9-5), 5:30pm

Our Lady of Mercy (8-7) at Vineland (6-11), 6pm

COLONIAL

Pitman (4-9) at Collingswood (4-12), 5pm

Audubon (6-10) at Camden Tech (2-14), 5:15pm

Gateway (9-7) at Schalick (5-8), 5:30pm

CVC

Allentown (12-3) at Lawrence (1-13), 5:30pm

Notre Dame (11-6) at Hamilton West (6-8), 5:30pm

West Windsor-Plainsboro North (5-8) at Steinert (9-7), 5:30pm

Ewing (16-1) at Nottingham (1-14), 5:30pm

Hopewell Valley (6-10) at Robbinsville (10-6), 5:30pm

West Windsor-Plainsboro South (3-13) at Princeton (8-7), 5:30pm

Trenton (8-8) at Hightstown (15-2), 7pm

GMC

Dunellen (11-3) at Timothy Christian (3-11), 4pm

East Brunswick Magnet (8-8) at Perth Amboy Magnet (11-2), 4pm

Piscataway Magnet (5-9) at Wardlaw-Hartridge (10-2), 4pm

Somerset Tech (3-9) at Carteret (5-12), 5:30pm

New Brunswick (1-10) at South River (8-10), 5:30pm

Morristown (8-6) at South Brunswick (13-4), 6pm

Calvary Christian (Old Bridge) (7-9) at Spotswood (14-3), 6pm

Highland Park (9-7) at Metuchen (13-4), 6pm

Bound Brook (6-8) at North Plainfield (12-3), 6pm

HCIAL

Ferris (9-7) at Palisades Park (4-14), TBA

Weehawken (9-8) at Memorial (13-6), 4:30pm

NJAC

North Star Academy (11-5) at Randolph (13-1), 4pm

Hopatcong (4-12) at Boonton (12-2), 4:30pm

Morristown (8-6) at South Brunswick (13-4), 6pm

Ridge (9-7) at Montville (12-3), 7pm

Ridgewood (6-11) at Sparta (12-4), 7pm

Mendham (8-5) at Morris Knolls (6-7), 7pm

NJIC

Ferris (9-7) at Palisades Park (4-14), TBA

Leonia (9-6) at Wallington (7-7), 4pm

North Arlington (10-5) at Belleville (10-3), 4pm

Garfield (8-9) at Ridgefield (2-11), 4pm

Arts (0-14) at Paterson Charter (0-14), 4pm

Paterson Charter (0-14) at Bergen Charter (2-14), 4pm

Weehawken (9-8) at Memorial (13-6), 4:30pm

Butler (4-11) at Wood-Ridge (6-9), 4:30pm

New Milford (9-6) at Cliffside Park (4-12), 5:15pm

American History (6-6) at Harrison (4-11), 6pm

OLYMPIC

Moorestown (11-4) at Cherry Hill West (11-5), 3:45pm

Audubon (6-10) at Camden Tech (2-14), 5:15pm

Seneca (5-10) at Pitman (4-9), 5:30pm

SEC

North Arlington (10-5) at Belleville (10-3), 4pm

Orange (6-8) at St. Vincent (3-6), 4pm

North Star Academy (11-5) at Randolph (13-1), 4pm

Arts (0-14) at Paterson Charter (0-14), 4pm

West Side (4-11) at Bard (4-3), 4pm

SHORE

Ocean Township (15-1) at Lakewood (0-13), 4pm

Henry Hudson (6-7) at Keyport (7-7), 4pm

Pinelands (2-12) at Brick Township (2-13), 4pm

Donovan Catholic (4-11) at Jackson Liberty (6-10), 4:15pm

Point Pleasant Beach (14-2) at Keansburg (9-3), 5:30pm

Manchester Township (12-7) at Barnegat (11-7), 6:30pm

Jackson Memorial (11-7) at Southern (3-14), 6:30pm

Brick Memorial (6-11) at Toms River South (4-13), 6:30pm

Central Regional (11-6) at Lacey (3-13), 7pm

SKYLAND

Bound Brook (6-8) at North Plainfield (12-3), 6pm

Ridge (9-7) at Montville (12-3), 7pm

TRI-COUNTY

Glassboro (6-5) vs. Wildwood (9-5) at Wildwood High School, 4pm

Pitman (4-9) at Collingswood (4-12), 5pm

Overbrook (2-10) at Bridgeton (14-3), 5:30pm

Seneca (5-10) at Pitman (4-9), 5:30pm

Gateway (9-7) at Schalick (5-8), 5:30pm

Clayton (11-4) at Camden Academy Charter (2-11), 5:30pm

Independent

Pennington (7-2) at Trenton Catholic (6-6), 4pm

Stuart Day (3-2) at College Achieve Central (2-3), 4pm

Central Jersey College Charter (0-5) at Academy Charter (1-4), 4pm

Friends Select (PA) at Moorestown Friends (3-9), 4pm

West Side (4-11) at Bard (4-3), 4pm

Clayton (11-4) at Camden Academy Charter (2-11), 5:30pm

American History (6-6) at Harrison (4-11), 6pm

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