Jersey Magazine with Jim Monaghan

This week, Jim Monaghan is joined by Blair Schleicher Wilson from Morris Habitat For Humanity.

In years past, WDHA has worked closely with Morris Habitat For Humanity, which does outstanding work in our area. Morris Habitat For Humanity has an immediate need for volunteers at The Crossings at Bennett Avenue in Randolph throughout January and February. This is an opportunity for retirees, college students home on winter break, or as community service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Crossings will be home to 25 hardworking families.

No experience or skills are needed. The work is all interior and includes installing insulation and painting. Volunteers should wear warm, comfortable clothing. Volunteers work Mondays through Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the site located at 42 Bennett Avenue in Randolph. Volunteers are encouraged to bring a bagged lunch. The site is closed on Monday, January 23.

Blair Schleicher Wilson is CEO of Morris Habitat and she and Jim Monaghan talk about the organization and how it helps our community.

This week on Rock N’ Ruff, we introduce you to Licorice Lonestar from Eleventh Hour Rescue. Licorice is a stunning Shepherd/Basenji mix who is about 1 ½ years old and weighs 45 pounds. She is a very special girl who LOVES people and other dogs. Licorice has a very sweet disposition and she enjoys going for a car ride. Licorice is smart too and knows basic commands, walks well on her leash and is crate and house trained. Licorice is a total love who enjoys tummy rubs and ear and neck scratches. She also likes playing fetch and running races around the yard. Licorice has a lot of energy, so she needs a very active family who will give her the exercise she needs. To read more about Licorice Lonestar, to complete an application for her, or to see all of the adoptable pets, please visit:

COACH SHEETS’ RIDE INJeremy Sheetinger is the head baseball coach at Georgia Gwinnett College where he led the Grizz Gang to the 2021 NAIA National Championship. His weekly “fire me up” tweet every Thursday may, on the surface, be geared toward his fellow baseball coaches, but his motivational message can easily be applied to the classroom, workplace, and your personal relationships. This week, Coach Sheets challenges you to remember just how difficult the game is to play. He’s specifically referring to baseball, but the message goes far beyond that.

Looking for something fun to do in the area? Chris Swendeman has you covered with this week’s Local Look.

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