Dinner with Sinatra

The Knights of Columbus Council No. 5510 Oak Ridge/Milton is sponsoring a musical event in Jefferson, “Dinner with Sinatra”. Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 9. 2016 for a night of fun, food and music with live entertainment.

The event will be held at St Thomas the Apostle Church 5635 Berkshire Valley Rd, Oak Ridge, NJ. Doors Open at 6:30PM.Sinatra Flyer

Tickets are only, $17.50/person and includes Dinner, Dessert, & Live Entertainment with a dance floor. This is a BYOB event!

“The Very Best of Sinatra’s Music “Performed Live by vocalist, Jonni Drue. This is a 90 minute performance and you will hear 30+ of your favorite Sinatra hits!

Jonni Drue has performed up and down the East Coast from Vermont down to Virginia, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and of course New Jersey including Atlantic City casinos.

One of the most frequent compliments Jonni receives from his sometimes unsuspecting audiences is, “I didn’t know you were singing, I thought they were playing Sinatra records!”

“I’ll Be Frank” is the #1 ranked Frank Sinatra tribute in New Jersey, New York City, & Philadelphia not to mention the #1 Sinatra singer – from GigMasters.com

For Tickets & Information: Call Fred at 973-697-5998 or Charlie at 973-657–1285

Advance ticket sales only there will be NO tickets sold at the door! 

So Get Your Tickets Early They Will Go Fast!

No “Grab Bag” Gifts!

        The Knights of Columbus Joseph F Lamb Council #5510 Milton/Oak Ridge opened their hearts and made Christmas special for so many at the Department for Persons with Disabilities (DPD).

Instead of a “grab bag gift” at the Christmas Social each brother knight bought a gift for one resident of DPD from a list from the resident’s wish list. The presents were wrapped and labelled for each resident to be open on Christmas morning. The thought was why give some not needed grab bag gift when you can help someone in need. That’s what the    Knights of Columbus are all about!

DPD provides residential, vocational, spiritual and social support for adults with developmental disabilities and their families. DPD operates nine group homes, two supervised apartments and a vocational day program throughout Morris, Sussex and Passaic County and provides care for over 100 adults with special needs. In Jefferson Township, DPD operates Finnegan House, Columbus House and Alexander House located off of Weldon Road.

The concept of the organization is that adults with developmental disabilities can thrive better in community settings, rather than in institutional care. They encourage clients to live full lives, offering aid where needed, and support when necessary.

In the picture, (L to R) Jim Zajdel, PGK, Anthony Iovine, Fr. Jhon Madrid, Charlie Miele, GK & Scott Milliken, DPD Executive Director

In the picture, (L to R) Jim Zajdel, PGK, Anthony Iovine, Fr. Jhon Madrid, Charlie Miele, GK & Scott Milliken, DPD Executive Director