A Look Inside Mahwah's Hindu Temple, Township History And More This Week
Stories to look forward to this week include one resident's journey from laid-off employee to becoming his own boss
It’s shaping up to be a busy week in Mahwah. Here’s a look at some of the stories you can expect to see on Patch. If you have an idea for a story you’d like to see, email it to Jessica.email@example.com.
The ‘Readers’ Choice’ poll is back this week with a new topic. Check Patch Monday to vote for and comment on your favorite grocery store.
One resident has Mahwah’s history at her fingertips. The township historian has been appointed to fill her position for life. Find out her feelings on the appointment, and what she thinks it means for Mahwah, Tuesday.
A charity event next month will come with a cross-cultural lesson. Volunteers at the Hindu Samaj Temple say they want to invite the community in, to learn more about what happens inside the temple. After three years in Mahwah, they say the large temple on Route 202 is still a "mystery" to most. Step inside the temple, and learn more about the charity event, Wednesday.
This weekend, Mahwah’s cub scouts will be distributing bright yellow bags to township homes as part of an annual drive for the Center for Food Action. Find out more about the program, and what the scouts think about it, Thursday.
Check Patch Friday for one Mahwah resident’s professional story. After working for a major pharmaceutical company for 20 years, John Dalton was laid off in 2009. After a few years of working temp jobs, he has decided to make his own luck. Find out about Dalton’s new business venture Friday.