New this year! Free family movies in the plaza next to Bravo's Pizza on Friday nights.
Seating and popcorn while they last!
The 2017 Salem MLK Community Breakfast was sponsored by Mt. Pisgah AME Church.
Stand Up For Salem proudly partners with the church and Salem City Schools to recognize the winners of the annual essay contest.
Three of the four overall winners are shown in this photograph.
It's taken several hundred years, but the mighty Salem Oak has made it to No. 1.
The landmark tree on West Broadway is now ranked as the largest white oak tree in New Jersey, according to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
But being ranked No. 1 in the state did come at a price. What had once been declared the largest white oak in the state in Freehold, Monmouth County, died last year, according to NJDEP Spokesman Larry Hajna.
Having only worked for Stand Up For Salem for a year, my history with Mannington Mills is short. I never knew Johnny Campbell, only that he was one of the founders of Stand Up For Salem Inc. because of his great love for a community that was already in some distress even in the late 1980’s.
Keith Campbell has followed in his father’s footsteps in more ways than one; not just making Mannington Mills a major player in American industry, but keeping his family’s commitment of noblesse oblige by being honorable, responsible, and generous, freely donating time and financial resources to others.
Join us and Keynote Speaker Keith Campbell at our Annual Dinner Fundraiser celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Manning Mills at the Washington Club located at 72 N. Virginia Avenue in Penns Grove, NJ.
The event will start at 6 PM. Tickets are $45, and tables of 8 are available as are sponsorship opportunities.
For the last 18 years the JC Penney Building has sat forlornly on the corner of E. Broadway and Walnut. Many a resident has asked a staff member of SUFS about the building, which was tied up with a private owner who chose to use it as a warehouse for printing equipment.
In the spring of 2016, with the passing of the owner his widow eagerly sold the building to SUFS.
In the time that I have been with SUFS, one of the most expressed concerns of residents has been the future of Salem City’s young adults, particularly those that have dropped out of the school system. At SUFS we felt that the old Penney’s building would make a great youth education center for the future of our children.