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Vol. 2 No. 4 www.threerivernews.com April 20, 2010

Community Runs to Help Girl with Cancer

By Cheryl Conway fer to run/walk a mile around the high school track.

he Hopatcong community is running to raise funds for Giveaways, DJ, raffles and goodies will also be provided.
a local 12-year old girl fighting cancer. Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place runners of
the 5K.
Run for Jordan – a 5K Run Fundraiser - is set for Sunday, For Hopatcong students who participate, free homework
June 13, to provide financial support to the Yaros family of passes will be granted to those who turn in their race number
Hopatcong. The Yaros’ are facing absorbing medical bills to their school.
after one of their own was recently diagnosed with a rare All contestants will receive a shirt that says “Run for
bone cancer. Jordan” with highest sponsors advertised on the back of the
Jordan Yaros, a seventh grader and track star at the shirts.
Hopatcong Middle School, was diagnosed with Ewing’s In addition to runners/walkers, organizers are also seeking
Sarcoma in Dec. 2009. Ewing’s Sarcoma is a rare bone can- financial donations and sponsors to support the event.
cer that affects mainly older children and young teens. All proceeds will go the Yaros family to help offset med-
Considered the second most common bone cancer in chil- ical bills from Jordan’s illness.
dren, it accounts for only one percent of all childhood can- Although insurance covers a portion of the medical
cers. expenses “It is very financially draining on their family,”
Community members could not have picked a more fit- explains Scantlebury.
ting fundraiser for Jordan- a runner for the Hopatcong Julie Yaros, Jordan’s mother, is so overwhelmed by the
Hawks Track Program for the past five years since she was outpouring and caring in her community.
eight years old. Last year, as a 6th grader, Jordan ran a 5:45 She and her husband Michael plan to use the money
mile and was one of the top cross country youth runners in towards hospital bills. Unsure exactly what the insurance
NJ. will cover, she says it may cover 50 to 70 percent. Surgery,
“It is a real big caring community in Hopatcong,” says alone, to remove the tumor will cost more than $200,000.
Willa Scantlebury, public relations coordinator for the run “People are coming out from all over,” says Yaros. “At
and family friend of the Yaros’. “She’s a big runner,” says first I was just surprised. To me it happens to other people. Jordan Yaros
Scantlebury. “We got to do something for her; medical bills All the people who want to help us… people are just con-
are absorbing. The town is really going to come together for cerned for her and for us. The day we got the word, there was Jordan’s cancer is not hereditary, nor is there anything
this.” food at our door.” that she did that caused it, explains her mom. “Two cells hit
About 12 volunteers have been meeting monthly to coor- The day they got the word…..Jordan was on her way each other,” she explains. “They collided and didn’t get
dinate the event. Details such as location, crowd control, home from the AAU Junior National Cross Country along.”
road blocks and t-shirt sales all come into play with a Championship in Disney World in early Dec. last year when While cancer does not run in Jordan’s family, Yaros is no
fundraiser of this magnitude, explains Scantlebury. she noticed that her right leg was swollen. stranger to the disease.
The race, rain or shine, is open to all ages and walkers are “We had a lay over in Georgia and she noticed her leg was She has worked at the Saint Claire’s Hospital registrar for
welcome. The 5k, which equates to 3.1 miles, will begin at swollen,” describes Yaros. The next day, she took her daugh- the past 20 years to report to NJ all stage cancers. There are
the Hopatcong High School track parking area at 9 a.m., con- ter for a MRI and was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma. 400 cases a year in the United States of children diagnosed
tinue through rolling hills and flat sections of rural “I knew when I went for the MRI,” says Scantlebury, that with the Ewing family of tumors.
Hopatcong and end on the school track. Mile splits and water something was wrong. “You know when you just know there Early diagnosis and treatment is important. If found early
near the half way point and finish line will be provided. is something wrong. I just knew; it’s your worst fear. The enough, Ewing's Sarcoma can be treated before it spreads to
A mile-fun run will also be open for participants who pre- worst thing someone could tell you is your kid has cancer.” continued on page 8
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Randolph High School Softball Seeking Crafters

eeking Crafters Only For Our “Mother’s Day Memories & More Craft Show
By Josh Lashley Kerwick (first base). and Open House t be held at Sunrise Assisted Living of Randolph, 648 Rt. 10

n the 2009 post-season, the Randolph Kovary had a .477 batting average, with West in Randolph, on Sunday, April 25th 2010, from 1:00pm to 6:00pm
High School softball squad reached a four doubles, four triples and two home $25.00 per space.
high plateau as they advanced all the runs last season. Conklin batted .407 and For space and information call Fran (973) 895-5637
way to the NJSIAA North I Group IV sec- Kerwick had a .319 batting average last
tional championship game. year for the Rams.
The Rams entered the bracket as the “We want to make it back to the states Attention Schools, Organizations, Churches, etc.
No. 8 seed, but defeated top seeded Morris and back to the sectional finals this year,’’ Send us your photos, press releases and upcoming events
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seeded Ridgewood. The Rams lost, 3-0, to Randolph this season are Gina Savignano
Ridgewood and ultimately finished the sea- (junior, third base) and Amanda Magadan
son with 16 victories. (freshmen, short stop/second base).
Head coach Brianne McBreen would McBreen sees her team as a contender,
like to see her team make it back to that with all of the teams, particularly Morris
level this year, but she understands that it Knolls being tough opponents with their
won’t be at all easy. One thing that can give division.
Randolph ample reason for optimism is the “The team will rally around our return-
number of returning players to the varsity ing pitching staff and catcher,’’ McBreen
lineup. said. “We will be solid up the middle and
Danielle Mastropierro is a senior who is have some depth in our line-up this year.
back as an outfielder. Juniors Caitlin Betz The girls are dedicated to a successful sea-
(pitcher), Jennie Frister (pitcher), Michelle son and they have been working hard.’’
Kovary (second base) and Renae Russo The Randolph Softball Challenge
(right field) return as well for the Rams. Tournament is scheduled for Saturday,
Sophomores who had varsity experience April 17. On April 19, the Rams have a con-
last year include Tara Barnett (short stop), test slated against Morris Knolls.
Victoria Conklin (catcher) and Brianne
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CS Shadows Outdo Themselves!

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Community Runs...
continued from front page “The cancer did not affect her hip like they thought it “She was one of the top runners in her age group,” contin-
multiple organs. Ewing tumors that grow in the bone are typ- might,” says Scantlebury. “The surgery was very long and ues Barnish. “She is one of the top runners in the state of NJ.”
ically found in the long bones of the legs (as in Jordan’s case) she is in a lot of pain, but they said it was successful! She Beside track, Jordan also played point guard on the
or arms, or bones in the chest, trunk, pelvis, back, or head. will continue with chemo thru summer and with therapy on Hopatcong girls travel basketball team before the tumor was
Jordan’s tumor is high up in the femur bone of her right her leg. We can all hope for a near complete recovery by the detected.
leg. In order to save her leg, shrink the tumor and stop the end of summer! But it's still a long way away and chemo cer- “Being an athlete helps,” realizes Jordan. “I’m strong and
spread of the disease, Jordan underwent four cycles of tainly takes a toll on her.” competitive.”
chemotherapy since December before surgery earlier this Jordan, who has been out of school since Christmas tutor- Jordan’s advice for other children with cancer is to “Stay
month. She had been instructed to stay off of her leg since ing at home, has remained strong and hopes to be able to run positive- don’t think of the past. Think of what’s at the end
December, using crutches or a wheelchair. “They (doctors) again. and how you are going to be better.”
told her if she breaks it they’d have to amputate it,” says Her greatest run was in June 2009 during the Merry Heart In the meantime, Jordan says her focus is “to do well in
Yaros. Race in Roxbury when she ran a 5k in 21.19 seconds, she school, beat this thing and get better.” She hopes to be at the
“It’s been a long winter,” Yaros describes. Strickened with says. Long distance is her specialty, along with some sprints. finish line during the 5K fundraiser.
fevers and a lung infection from the chemo, Jordan has spent Jordan ran spring track and cross country for the For race applications, stop by any Hopatcong school
many days and weeks at Sloan Memorial Kettering Cancer Hopatcong track team. Following the eight weeks of cross office, the Hopatcong Civic Center or grab one from a local
Center in NY. On an average day for chemo, Yaros would country in the fall 2009, the Hopatcong team attended the NJ store. Applications are also available online at
leave her house at 6 a.m. and not return until 8 p.m. state meet, followed by the regional meet in order to qualify www.active.com.
“It was tough; it’s still tough. She’s (Jordan) tough. I don’t for nationals. Jordan was one of 11 runners of various ages in Registration will be held from 7:30 - 8:55 a.m. on Sunday,
know too many people who can do what she’s doing.” the area to compete against other teams throughout the coun- June 13. Cost is $25 per individual; $75 per family.
Jordan underwent a 10-12 hour surgery on April 8 to try at nationals last December, according to Dave Barnish, Donations are also being accepted. Make checks payable to
remove the tumor in the femur. Surgeons removed her fiblia, head coach of the Hopatcong Hawks Track Club for the past Lake Hopatcong Elks 782/Run for Jordan. Mail checks and
the smaller bone in the lower portion of the leg, and graphed nine years. registration to: Lori Sanchez c/o Run for Jordan, 9 Louis
it into her femur bone. “She’s always happy,” says Barnish. “She always does the Drive, Stanhope, NJ 07874. All proceeds will benefit the
Although the tumor has been removed, Jordan faces sev- work, never complains. She did a lot of running on her own. Yaros family.
eral more rounds of aggressive chemotherapy to fight the Very competitive…hated to lose. She would get very upset if For additional information, call 973-362-8006
cancer. she lost or didn’t do her best. She loves to run.
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What has Obama Done to This Great Nation?

By Luigi Luciano in rates. In fact anytime the government has less involve-

am so glad to be back and writing again. I was away for ment in anything it is a good thing and usually costs less.
a while and a lot has happened to this country since then. So the bottom line is premiums have already gone up
Most of which is bad for anyone living here. now for families because the new rules do not kick in for
Since my last article the government is now a majority another 4 years and the insurance companies want their pre-
owner of the a major auto manufacturer. Got its foot in the miums to be higher now for a higher average later. Obama
door to the health care industry. Became the largest employ- will enforce this law so if you do not have health insurance
er in the country. Unemployment is at is highest in decades. you will be fined and the IRS will take the money directly
The debt grew by 3 times from where is was and now we are from you. In fact he hired over 15,000 new IRS people
in a deal with Russia to disarm 30% of our Nuclear already.
weapons. It is a mess, it is wrong and if you were wondering why
Sounds like real change to me. Only change for the he has it set to start 4 years from now instead of next year it
worse. is because it would be after the next Presidential election. If
#1 Let me start with the one that really gets the liberals it were enforced today he would not win re-election. Lastly
going? Health care reform. When the bill was passed over when this started Harry Reid and Pelosi said we have to pass
70% of ALL Americans (at least the ones that work) were a bill now because there are 3 million people dying every
against the bill. The cost of the bill, the increased premiums year because of lack of health care. So I guess it was ok to
and the ultimate goal of having the government run health pass the bill and have it kick in 4 years from now when
care people is what people are unhappy about to name a according to their own words more than 12 million people
few. would have died before the bill went into effect.
I believe that all Americans believe in the need for health #2 The Stimulus bill. Obama said last year if we do not
care reform it is just a matter of how that reform is brought pass this bill now unemployment would raise to 10%. So the
about. Instead of opening up competition in the insurance bill passed and billions went out to save jobs. Today we are
industry and allowing people to purchase polices across close to 10% unemployment and rising. So I guess the
state lines which would drive down costs for people like you urgency of passing this bill to save jobs actually just pushed
and me they went in a whole different direction. Open com- us further in debt and was another lie. Just another lie.
petition, restrict lawsuits and you will see a huge decrease continued on page 19

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Superb Dining Experience at The Lamplighter

By Kathryn Davis town. Friday nights the pub offers live entertainment. “We

ike most of us, I look forward to the weekends. try to keep it local bands,” Brady explains. “It changes all
Weekdays are busy with work, school, errands, and the time. We’ve had 60’s bands. Normally we have 70’s and
activities that culminate in the kitchen. By the time 80’s music.”
we’ve finished cleaning up from dinner, we’re already Community groups like the Rotary, Lioness and Lions
organizing for tomorrow. When the weekend arrives, it’s no Clubs, and the NJ Horsemen’s Association are frequent
wonder we’re looking for a change. Once in a while, we all patrons, as is the Black River Theater Group’s cast. “We’re
deserve to have a special dining experience, just to rejuve- their Sardi’s. If you want a little New York theater atmos-
nate our spirits. Recently, I visited The Lamplighter in phere, come here after a show. We stay open for them,” says
Chester for dinner. It was one of the most enjoyable Brady.
evenings I’ve had in a very long time. Upon entering the restaurant, we noticed a list of spe-
The Lamplighter is a family business. Bob Brady and his cials on the board. In addition to its extensive menu selec-
family opened The Lamplighter twenty-eight years ago. His tions, The Lamplighter offers a special themed menu during
two brothers, Gary and Ron, are the head chefs. His nephew the months of March and October. “In March,” Brady
, nieces, sister-in-law, and his son, Tom, are all a part of the explains, “We do all Irish food, and in October, we do
business. Brady notes that his parents still come by occa- German food.” The March menu includes favorites such as
sionally, too. Shepherd’s Pie, Irish Stew, Fish & Chips, and of course,
When my friend and I arrived at the restaurant, we were Corned Beef and Cabbage. The October menu includes
greeted by Brady. “I used to be a chef,” Brady tells us, desserts like German Chocolate Cake, which remains a
“before I came out on the floor.” Later that evening, we dis- favorite all year. “We’ll still do it during the year if a cus-
covered what a gifted chef he still is. tomer requests it,” says Brady. “It’s pretty popular.” There
In addition to having a reputation for good food and a were some special desserts during March as well. “This
warm, friendly atmosphere, The Lamplighter is also a pop- month we had a Guinness Fruitcake ala Mode. The bread
ular destination for those looking for a night out on the pudding was made with Jameson sauce.”
continued on page 17
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The Lamplighter...
continued from page 16 was quite reasonably priced, with servings by the split, half shrimp was deliciously fresh, and beautifully arranged
In October, The Lamplighter offers German beer. “We bottle, or bottle, or simply by the glass. The choices includ- around a serving of fresh, tangy cocktail sauce with a lemon
always have Irish beer,” he adds with a smile. ed sparkling wines and champagnes, and wines from wedge.
Upon entering the restaurant, we were seated at a quiet California, New York State, Italy, and France. For our entrees, my companion ordered the Shrimp Fra
table in the larger dining room. With divisions for the pub, I already knew about the soup choices. Brady had Diavolo, a very spicy Italian specialty. “Fra diavolo” is
party room, and main dining areas, the décor is cozy, with explained, “We always have French onion soup. That’s a Italian for “brother devil” and is so-named because of the
a rustic elegance. Beamed ceilings and soft lighting com- standard. But we always have a soup of the day.” Although generous amount of red pepper flakes used in its prepara-
plement the charming brick fireplace with its post and beam tempting, we opted to skip that course in order to save room tion. He asked if the chef could prepare a milder version.
mantel and frame. Each linen-covered table is candlelit and for other choices. Our server told us this was absolutely possible, that The
generously spaced apart, allowing diners ample room. When our server placed a bread basket on the table, Lamplighter is always happy to customize a dish to please
We came early on a Friday, hoping to dine at a relative- we were pleasantly surprised to see that, in addition to the their guests. As our host, Brady, had explained earlier, “We
ly quiet time. On the evening of my visit, I watched the din- soft, crusty Italian bread, which I learned was from cook to order and we can alter any dish. If we have the
ing area fill quickly. There were a few couples in the room Anthony & Sons Bakery in Denville, there were also slices ingredients, we can cook it.”
of varying ages, a family with young children (Quite well- of The Lamplighter’s authentic and delicious homemade Jessica had recommended the Surf & Turf, so I chose
behaved, I’d like to add!), a group of grandparents sitting Irish soda bread, a specialty only available during the this for my entrée. The filet mignon was perfectly grilled,
around a large table (Yes, I overheard them bragging about month of March. A few crisp sesame breadsticks were also tender, juicy, and topped with sautéed mushrooms. The lob-
their grandchildren.), and a woman seated in a corner din- included in our basket. ster tail was very tender and flavorful, and served on a split
ing alone with her laptop. I could see that The Lamplighter Our house salads consisted of fresh salad greens shell with three large beer batter onion rings, a golden slice
attracts a wide variety of patrons. with grated carrots and red onion. My companion ordered of garlic toast, and my choice of side, a serving of crisp-ten-
Our server, Jessica, was friendly and patient as she the bleu cheese dressing, and I asked for the balsamic vinai- der broccoli.
answered our questions and offered explanations about the grette. Everything was fresh, crisp, and tasty. Our appetiz- When Jessica asked if we were interested in dessert, I
menu. We chatted about the menu items and she confided ers arrived soon after. My friend had ordered the Clams recalled Brady saying, “We don’t have a dessert menu per
that their vodka sauce was especially good. “I like it a lot. Casino. Six half-shells filled with a savory breadcrumb se. We make our own desserts one at a time so everything
In fact, all the girls get that quite frequently here.” mixture with bacon and peppers was delightful. My shrimp is fresh.”
When we asked to see the wine list, we found it cocktail was equally impressive. Each large succulent continued on page 18



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The Lamplighter...
continued from page 17 close to two pounds of semi-sweet choco-
I asked our server about the evening’s late.
dessert choices. She said there are certain “Someone once wanted me to make him
standards offered more frequently. “The the cheesecake commercially, but I didn’t
dessert menu sells out very quickly,” she want to do that,” he recalled. “So I told him
told us, “because they do make everything if he gave me his recipe for chocolate
fresh. It’s always changing, depending on mousse cake, I’d give him my cheesecake
the season.” That evening, Jessica suggest- recipe. So we swapped!”
ed the chocolate mousse cake and the My visit that evening to The
cheesecake. Lamplighter was memorable, and I learned
One bite of the chocolate mousse cake that dinner isn’t the only reason to treat
and I knew I was going to have to bring myself to a visit. Even the lunch menu is
family and friends here on another evening. distinctive. Their attention to detail makes
It was light, yet so rich and decadent that I their food exceptional. “We don’t use pre-
savored every bite blissfully. My friend had cooked corned beef for our Reubens,”
the cheesecake. When he told me it was the Brady told me. “We use a brisket, and cook
best cheesecake he ever had, I knew I need- it up here. I think it makes a world of differ-
ed a taste. He did not lie. ence.” It’s just another example of what
Our host stopped by at our table, and we makes this restaurant special. It’s those lit-
told him both desserts were amazing. It was tle details, the extra effort to do things right,
then that we discovered what an incredible that makes a world of difference.
The Lamplighter is located at 190 West party room that holds seventy, although process of constructing a new website. For
dessert chef Brady is. He surprised me
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again when he offered to share his recipes.
and off premise catering, with a private one hundred fifty people. They are in the 879-4080.
He explained that his mousse cake contains
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This Great Nation?...

continued from page 15 tem of transparency, public while their people are beheading an happened for a reason. Obama was elected
#3 The national debt. Obama has spent participation, and collabora- American they will do that with compassion for a reason. Based on what he has done in
more money than all the other Presidents tion. Openness will strengthen our democ- as well. a little over a year I cannot see one find rea-
before him combined. Now the Liberals racy and promote efficiency and effective- You see the pattern here? A president son other than to think that we were meant
who are still blaming everything on George ness in Government.” So he hold health was elected on hopes of change. We have to cursed as a nation with a president like
W Bush will say it was his fault. Get over it care meting behind closed doors and does- seen his change and it is not good change. Obama.
already. This administration has been reck- n’t allow CSPAN in. Cuts backroom deals All the changes put into place by this I guess most people are feeling the same
less with spending and borrowing and has to get votes. Another Lie? You decide. administration are changes that will destroy way I do now given his polling numbers.
gotten us so far in debt that we will never #5 The Obama team said we need to bail this once great nation. The inexperience of a The same polling numbers the Democrats
get out of it. Worse is they are not through out the auto industry. GM and Chrysler took leader has been revealed. The lack of used daily against Bush. The Rasmussen
spending. We now have a 12.5 trillion dol- money. Ford the only true American car respect for our leader and this country has Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for
lar debt thanks to team Obama. How do we company did not. Another decision by been revealed. When people like Hugo April 9th showed that 29% of the nation's
get out of this? Obama that we must bail them out now. The Chavez and Fidel Castro endorse the poli- voters Strongly Approve of the way that
Last weeks USA Today had an article result. GM reports 4.3 billion loss for the cies of Obama they cannot be good. Barack Obama is performing his role as
about the Value Added Tax (VAT) being last half of 2009 while Ford Motor Co post- I am not sure what the supporters of President. That means that about 81% of
considered by the administration. First they ed its first full-year profit in 2009 since Obama still see in this man. He cannot Americans believe he is not doing a good
tell us that the money for the new health 2005 and said it expects to stay profitable in speak without having something written in job.
care will covered from saving on Medicare 2010. The government owns 60.1% of GM front of him. He lies outright and doesn’t I what to know who the 29% are so I can
now they say we need another tax to cover and the unions 39% .Obama maybe free seem to care. He does what he wants not sell them the Brooklyn Bridge!
the debt that will only go higher once the market does work? what the will of the people he works for Comments? Email listentoluigi@gmail.
health care bill begins. VAT tax is used by #6 Now Obama is excited that he is sign- wants. com
many socialist countries. It adds a tax to ing an agreement with Russia to disarm I am a firm believer that things in life
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