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Join Cub Scouts Today
Cub Scouts will learn about themselves and the great outdoors. Join us on Monday evenings (except the last Monday of the month) at 6:30pm at the Bucks Mills Rec Center to see how much fun the Cub Scout program is! For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Colts Neck Township Alert
Effective April 4 2022, Colts Neck Township has replaced its alert system to Smart911. In order to receive notifications from the Township you will need to create a new account with Smart911. To create an account please register at CLICK HERE .
This service is free to all citizens and working professionals within the Township.
First Aid Squad
The Colts Neck First Aid Squad is in need of new volunteers to join the squad. They are looking to add at least 5 new members. Free ongoing training is provided, as well as, a mentor and uniform. For more info, visit WEBSITE. If you are interested in being part of Colts Neck's all-volunteer First Aid Squad and would like to have the privilege of responding to your neighbors in their time of need, please EMAIL Jim Schatzle.
Colts Neck Community Day
The Colts Neck Volunteer First Responders in partnership with the Colts Neck Business Association present Community Day. Join in for food, drinks, and family fun on Sunday 10/16 from 1-6 PM at CN Fire Company #1. View FLYER for details.
Rec Soccer FALL Registration
All games usually start the first weekend September, after school starts. This is for ages PRE-K-8th grade. Volunteer coaches will be needed for all teams/ages. CLICK HERE for more information
Tryouts are being held by the Colts Neck Sports Foundation mid-September. Practices start in the fall. The season for grades 6-8 starts in late fall with other grades starting in December or early January. Tryout registration links are below.
Boys Registration: LINK
Girls Registration: LINK
Friends of Different Learners
Colts Neck Schools' Friends of Different Learners is a community designed to help parents of children who have different learning styles by providing parent-to-parent advice, access to presentations by professionals, and an informal way to interact with the Special Services staff of the District. For more information, see FLYER.