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Livingston SYLS supports and collaborates with community-based organizations in providing town-wide programs to all residents of Livingston. For a full listing see Community Organization Contact List
SYLS: Livingston Youth and Community Services provides community-based, after-school programs on leadership, health life choices and substance abuse prevention to students grades 3-12 in Livingston Public School system as well as Parent/Student workshops and community programs…. more
Healthy Communities • Healthy Youth (HCHY) is a community organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of children in Livingston…. more
Livingston Municipal Alliance Committee (LMAC)’s mission is to focus on the prevention of the illegal use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs in the home, school, and community…. more
The Arts Council of Livingston was organized in 1959 to foster an appreciation of the fine arts. Large scale exhibitions, demonstrations and workshops highlight the year ’round program. Day and evening classes for adults and children are available for interested members. Non-artist members are welcome…. more
LIVINGSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Established to help the community understand and enjoy the rich heritage of our township. Open meetings are held on the fourth Monday, September – April, at the Senior/Community Center about subjects of local historical interest. The Society maintains the Ely Cemetery which is open to the public on Memorial and Veteran’s Days, and has restored and maintains the interior contents of the Force Homestead. Annual dues are $5.00 per person.
The Society observed its 40th anniversary on March 9, 2003 with an open house in the historical Force Home. In 1963 the town acquired the Force Home and then-township manager Robert Harp urged that the historic house be turned into a museum and that a group of volunteers be solicited to maintain the site. For more information call Helen Shumsky at 973 992-3017…. more