Reminder: Pet Licenses are issued based on the calendar year. Application for new pet licenses and/or renewals are due in January no matter when in 2017 you licensed your pet .   Further detail and application HERE

All people interested in participating in the Marlboro Township Community Garden are required to attend a meeting for new and returning members. For those who were unable to attend previously scheduled meetings, there will be an additional meeting held Monday, March 12 at 7pm in the courtroom. For further information on the Community Garden, click HERE

Applications due May 14  for the Marlboro Township Police summer Police Youth Academy.  The Academy will take place from August 6-17 from 7:30 am – 3:30 pm for students currently in 7th and 8th grades.  See application for more .

Reminder: Pet Licenses are issued based on the calendar year. Application for new pet licenses and/or renewals are due in January no matter when in 2017 you licensed your pet .   Further detail and application HERE

All people interested in participating in the Marlboro Township Community Garden are required to attend a meeting for new and returning members. For those who were unable to attend previously scheduled meetings, there will be an additional meeting held Monday, March 12 at 7pm in the courtroom. For further information on the Community Garden, click HERE

Applications due May 14  for the Marlboro Township Police summer Police Youth Academy.  The Academy will take place from August 6-17 from 7:30 am – 3:30 pm for students currently in 7th and 8th grades.  See application for more .

Adult Forum between services at 9:15 am
Youth Sunday School during 10:30 service
Childcare is provided from 9:15 - 12:00
Coffee Hour follows the 10:30 am service.

We are a diverse Christian community united by faith,  called to reflect God's unconditional love in our daily lives.  We seek to share this love with one another,  the community and all of God's creation. 

Our ability to change the world lies in
our hands, minds, hearts, bodies and spirit. 
It's not only that we can make a difference: 
it's that we do make the difference.

Reminder: Pet Licenses are issued based on the calendar year. Application for new pet licenses and/or renewals are due in January no matter when in 2017 you licensed your pet .   Further detail and application HERE

All people interested in participating in the Marlboro Township Community Garden are required to attend a meeting for new and returning members. For those who were unable to attend previously scheduled meetings, there will be an additional meeting held Monday, March 12 at 7pm in the courtroom. For further information on the Community Garden, click HERE

Applications due May 14  for the Marlboro Township Police summer Police Youth Academy.  The Academy will take place from August 6-17 from 7:30 am – 3:30 pm for students currently in 7th and 8th grades.  See application for more .

Adult Forum between services at 9:15 am
Youth Sunday School during 10:30 service
Childcare is provided from 9:15 - 12:00
Coffee Hour follows the 10:30 am service.

We are a diverse Christian community united by faith,  called to reflect God's unconditional love in our daily lives.  We seek to share this love with one another,  the community and all of God's creation. 

Our ability to change the world lies in
our hands, minds, hearts, bodies and spirit. 
It's not only that we can make a difference: 
it's that we do make the difference.

Marlboro College undergraduates create an individualized course of study in collaboration with faculty, while actively engaging with a self-governing community.

Rather than follow a prescribed academic program, Marlboro students pursue a self-designed Plan of Concentration based on their intellectual interests that culminates in a major work of scholarship. Plans often integrate multiple disciplines - from mathematics and philosophy to dance, theater, and physics.
Learn more about the Plan of Concentration
Visit the Virtual Plan Room

Within their first three semesters, Marlboro students must fulfill the Clear Writing Requirement, which involves submitting a portfolio of clear, concise, and grammatically correct writing samples for review by the faculty. Why does Marlboro have a Clear Writing Requirement? Click through to find out.

British Racing Motors ( BRM ) was a British Formula One motor racing team. Founded in 1945 and based in the market town of Bourne in Lincolnshire , it participated from 1950 to 1977, competing in 197 grands prix and winning seventeen. BRM won the constructors' title in 1962 when its driver Graham Hill became world champion. In 1963, 1964, 1965 and 1971, BRM came second in the constructors' competition.

BRM was founded just after the Second World War by Raymond Mays , who had built several hillclimb and road racing cars under the ERA brand before the war, and Peter Berthon , a long-time associate. Mays' pre-war successes (and access to pre-war Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union design documents) inspired him to build an all-British grand prix car for the post-war era as a national prestige project, with financial and industrial backing from the British motor industry and its suppliers channelled through a trust fund .

This proved to be an unwieldy way of organising and financing the project, and as some of the backers withdrew, disappointed with the team's slow progress and early results, it fell to one of the partners in the trust, Alfred Owen of the Rubery Owen group of companies. Owen, whose group primarily manufactured car parts, took over the team in its entirety. Between 1954 and 1970 the team entered its works F1 cars under the official name of the Owen Racing Organisation . Berthon and Mays continued to run the team on Rubery Owen's behalf into the 1960s, before it was handed over to Louis Stanley , the husband of Sir Alfred's sister Jean Owen.

Reminder: Pet Licenses are issued based on the calendar year. Application for new pet licenses and/or renewals are due in January no matter when in 2017 you licensed your pet .   Further detail and application HERE

All people interested in participating in the Marlboro Township Community Garden are required to attend a meeting for new and returning members. For those who were unable to attend previously scheduled meetings, there will be an additional meeting held Monday, March 12 at 7pm in the courtroom. For further information on the Community Garden, click HERE

Applications due May 14  for the Marlboro Township Police summer Police Youth Academy.  The Academy will take place from August 6-17 from 7:30 am – 3:30 pm for students currently in 7th and 8th grades.  See application for more .

Adult Forum between services at 9:15 am
Youth Sunday School during 10:30 service
Childcare is provided from 9:15 - 12:00
Coffee Hour follows the 10:30 am service.

We are a diverse Christian community united by faith,  called to reflect God's unconditional love in our daily lives.  We seek to share this love with one another,  the community and all of God's creation. 

Our ability to change the world lies in
our hands, minds, hearts, bodies and spirit. 
It's not only that we can make a difference: 
it's that we do make the difference.

Marlboro College undergraduates create an individualized course of study in collaboration with faculty, while actively engaging with a self-governing community.

Rather than follow a prescribed academic program, Marlboro students pursue a self-designed Plan of Concentration based on their intellectual interests that culminates in a major work of scholarship. Plans often integrate multiple disciplines - from mathematics and philosophy to dance, theater, and physics.
Learn more about the Plan of Concentration
Visit the Virtual Plan Room

Within their first three semesters, Marlboro students must fulfill the Clear Writing Requirement, which involves submitting a portfolio of clear, concise, and grammatically correct writing samples for review by the faculty. Why does Marlboro have a Clear Writing Requirement? Click through to find out.

Reminder: Pet Licenses are issued based on the calendar year. Application for new pet licenses and/or renewals are due in January no matter when in 2017 you licensed your pet .   Further detail and application HERE

All people interested in participating in the Marlboro Township Community Garden are required to attend a meeting for new and returning members. For those who were unable to attend previously scheduled meetings, there will be an additional meeting held Monday, March 12 at 7pm in the courtroom. For further information on the Community Garden, click HERE

Applications due May 14  for the Marlboro Township Police summer Police Youth Academy.  The Academy will take place from August 6-17 from 7:30 am – 3:30 pm for students currently in 7th and 8th grades.  See application for more .

Adult Forum between services at 9:15 am
Youth Sunday School during 10:30 service
Childcare is provided from 9:15 - 12:00
Coffee Hour follows the 10:30 am service.

We are a diverse Christian community united by faith,  called to reflect God's unconditional love in our daily lives.  We seek to share this love with one another,  the community and all of God's creation. 

Our ability to change the world lies in
our hands, minds, hearts, bodies and spirit. 
It's not only that we can make a difference: 
it's that we do make the difference.

Marlboro College undergraduates create an individualized course of study in collaboration with faculty, while actively engaging with a self-governing community.

Rather than follow a prescribed academic program, Marlboro students pursue a self-designed Plan of Concentration based on their intellectual interests that culminates in a major work of scholarship. Plans often integrate multiple disciplines - from mathematics and philosophy to dance, theater, and physics.
Learn more about the Plan of Concentration
Visit the Virtual Plan Room

Within their first three semesters, Marlboro students must fulfill the Clear Writing Requirement, which involves submitting a portfolio of clear, concise, and grammatically correct writing samples for review by the faculty. Why does Marlboro have a Clear Writing Requirement? Click through to find out.

British Racing Motors ( BRM ) was a British Formula One motor racing team. Founded in 1945 and based in the market town of Bourne in Lincolnshire , it participated from 1950 to 1977, competing in 197 grands prix and winning seventeen. BRM won the constructors' title in 1962 when its driver Graham Hill became world champion. In 1963, 1964, 1965 and 1971, BRM came second in the constructors' competition.

BRM was founded just after the Second World War by Raymond Mays , who had built several hillclimb and road racing cars under the ERA brand before the war, and Peter Berthon , a long-time associate. Mays' pre-war successes (and access to pre-war Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union design documents) inspired him to build an all-British grand prix car for the post-war era as a national prestige project, with financial and industrial backing from the British motor industry and its suppliers channelled through a trust fund .

This proved to be an unwieldy way of organising and financing the project, and as some of the backers withdrew, disappointed with the team's slow progress and early results, it fell to one of the partners in the trust, Alfred Owen of the Rubery Owen group of companies. Owen, whose group primarily manufactured car parts, took over the team in its entirety. Between 1954 and 1970 the team entered its works F1 cars under the official name of the Owen Racing Organisation . Berthon and Mays continued to run the team on Rubery Owen's behalf into the 1960s, before it was handed over to Louis Stanley , the husband of Sir Alfred's sister Jean Owen.

The first "I Am Because We Are" Black History Month Celebration on Feb. 24 was a chance to expose people to local talent in the community.
The four-hour event was held at the Marlboro School Community Center and included artists, praise dancers, singers, speakers and elected officials.
"We are very proud to present this," said Mary Ann Davis, a board member of Marlboro School Community Center. "Everything is historical and we are celebrating our heroes and historians from Marlboro County. We wanted to address some of our everyday people around here because we have a lot of talented people who don’t get exposure.”

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