September 13, 2010
    Join the Livingston Homecoming Weekend Events - 2010
    September 13, 2010, Livingston, NJ – Livingston Education Foundation (LEF) has been busy connecting with parents, alumni, school organizations, administrators, teachers and retired teachers, community businesses and organizations for our Inaugural Livingston Hall of Fame Homecoming Weekend 2010.
    Driven by the belief that a strong sense of community, education and passion influence our children so that they can positively affect the world around them, LEF invites the public to celebrate education and wellness, October 15-17!
    Beginning on Friday, October 15, Livingston High School students will be visited by LHS Hall of Fame inductees: Harlan Coben, international best-selling author, LHS class of 1980, Jennifer Goodman Linn, Co-Founder of Cycle for Survival, LHS class of 1989 and Major General Glenn Rieth, Adjutant General of New Jersey who commands the NJ Army and Air National Guard and Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, LHS class of 1976. As inductees to the 2010 Hall of Fame, these distinguished alumni have expressed their excitement about returning to speak with LHS high school students connecting their experiences, education and achievements with current students’ interests. Following the Honoree visit, LHS students will gather for their traditional Homecoming Pep Rally.
    On Friday evening at 7:00 p.m., LHS student athletes and band members will be showcased at the Homecoming Football Game against West Side High School on the LHS TURF. What a great place for alumni to gather and connect with old friends as they join our current school community and Livingston fans of all ages to cheer for the Lancers!
    On Saturday, October 16, the public is invited to honor our LHS Hall of Fame Inductees at the Cedar Hill Country Club on Walnut Street. LHS orchestra students will play as dinner guests gather for the evening. Tickets are available and can be ordered by mailing an invitation form found in this edition of the West Essex Tribune or on the Livingston Foundation website at www.livingston.org/lef under Events. The traditional LHS Students Homecoming Dance will also be held on Saturday evening at LHS.
    On Sunday, October 17, registration for the Inaugural Livingston 5-K Run will begin at 8:00 a.m. at Livingston High School. The 5-K Run, an intergenerational event co-sponsored by LEF, the Big ‘L’ and the West Essex YMCA is certified by US Track and Field and offers 500 NJ Grand Prix points. In addition to the 5-K Run, Kids’ Fitness and Fun events will be run by Livingston Public Schools Physical Education Teachers. Elementary and middle school students are encouraged to wear their school colors! Pre-K activities will be run by the YMCA as will warm-ups for Senior Citizens participating in the 1 Mile Run/Walk. There will be a Health and Wellness Fair, DJ, prizes and give-aways. A map of the 5-K route and registrations forms are available online at www.livingston.org/lef under Events.
    The weekend events are being supported by many of our local businesses and organizations. Teachers and school administration will be volunteering and participating throughout the weekend alongside parents, town council members and members of the broader community. Updates on activities and volunteer opportunities will be posted on the LEF website at www.livingston.org/lef, www.LivingstonNavigator.com and the Livingston Education Foundation Facebook fan page. Proceeds for the events of this weekend will go to benefit Livingston Public Schools and the Youth of Livingston.