Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that he is co-sponsoring a health fair with Bayonne Medical Center on Tuesday, April 24, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The health fair will take place in the Council Chambers in City Hall at 630 Avenue C, which is located between 27th and 28th Streets. The fair will include free health screenings, health education, and assistance with health insurance.
Mayor Davis said, “The City of Bayonne believes in promoting the health of our residents. I would like to encourage people to come by on Tuesday to take advantage of the services offered at the health fair. I would like to thank Bayonne Medical Center for co-sponsoring this important event.”
The free health screenings will cover cholesterol; blood pressure; breast examinations; A1C/blood glucose; and peripheral arterial disease.
Health education programs will cover diet and nutrition; stroke prevention education and screening; and general health.
Doctors will participate in the health fair, and will be on hand to answer questions and administer health screenings.
Assistance with questions and answers about health insurance will be available.
Bayonne Mayor Davis, Council Members, and community volunteers help the needy: Mayor Jimmy Davis, City Council Members, and community volunteers helped unload and distribute 100 frozen turkeys for residents in need. Mayor Davis and the Council Members donate turkeys annually to St. Henry’s Church. The event took place at St. Henry’s School building. Pictured in approximate left to right order: First Ward Council Member Tom Cotter, Third Ward Council Member Gary LaPelusa, Laura Stanlaw, Leanna Karlicki, Pat Stanlaw, Mike Stanlaw, Bill Stanlaw, City Council President Sharon Ashe Nadrowski, Marie Pope (Director of Religious Education/Youth Ministry, St. Henry’s Parish), Yesenia Luciano, Rich Marchitto, Mickey Gonzalez, Mayor Jimmy Davis, Abdul Butt, and Second Ward Council Member Sal Gullace.
On Thursday, November 2, Mayor Jimmy Davis presented a proclamation to Alexa Noone, a Bayonne resident, who was crowned recently as Miss New Jersey USA 2018. That title makes her a contender for Miss USA 2018. The proclamation calls upon all residents “to congratulate her, and to wish her the best as she carries out the duties of Miss New Jersey USA 2018.” Ms. Noone said that she will be assisting various charities and doing volunteer work during her year as Miss New Jersey USA. She expects to participate in various events in Bayonne and across the state. She told City officials that the pageant organization has booked her to make appearances at several ceremonies and award events around New Jersey. Continue reading Alexa Noone, Miss New Jersey USA Honored by Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis→
Now in its seventh week Music Broadway Bayonne Oct. 27 2017 sponsored by Bayonne Mayor James Davis and the Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone brings Music back to Broadway combining excellent venues with exceptional entertainment to make your Friday night out fun and local.
See who’s performing at these five participating restaurants and Bistro and Tavern for Friday, October 27th, 2017
In the spirit of Halloween Bayonne’s Mayor Davis invites you to Bayonne’s Halloween Happenings! Check out the information above for fun things to do with the entire family beginning on Friday, October 27 right into Halloween on Tuesday Night October, 31st with Zombie Night.
Bayonne Halloween Happenings brought to you by Mayor Jimmy Davis and the Bayonne City Council, The Bayonne Special Improvement District, The Bayonne UEZ, RWJ Barnabas Health
Art in Bayonne, brought out an enthusiastic group of art lovers who visited Bridge Art Gallery at 7th and Broadway for the unveiling of art on Bayonne’s Utility and Fire Poles on Thursday, October 12th.
Artists Jeff Ware, Stephanie Petersen, Gary Waynans, Maria Lupianez, Samantha Llanes and Tiffany Dancy were selected to
create art on various utility boxes and fire poles in the Bergen Point section of Bayonne
Under the direction of Bayonne’s Mayor Jimmy Davis and created
by Bayonne UEZ Director Terrence Malloy and Assistant
Director Dee Dee Bottino the call went out looking for artist interested in creating art on Bayonne’s Utility Boxes and Fire Poles.
The art installation was made possible through the efforts of the Bayonne Municipal Council, The Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone Corporation, Bridge Art Gallery (Cheryl and Chris Mack) Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs and Bayonne Mayor James Davis.
Both Mayor Davis and UEZ Director Malloy assured the participants that this current art program was the first of many to come to beautify Bayonne.
Now in it’s second week Music Broadway Bayonne sponsored by Bayonne Mayor James Davis and the Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone brings Music back to Broadway combining excellent venues with exceptional entertainment to make your Friday night out fun and local
See who’s performing at these seven participating restaurants and Bistro and Tavern for Friday, September 8th
Perfect game proclamation: Mayor Jimmy Davis issued a proclamation honoring Anthony Klich, Jr. for pitching a perfect game in Pony League Baseball on May 6. Anthony and his family visited the Office of the Mayor for the presentation of the proclamation. Pictured left to right: Anthony Klich, Sr., Anthony Klich, Jr., Kayla Klich, Marie Klich, and Mayor Davis.
Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that he has presented a proclamation to Anthony Klich, Jr., a Bayonne resident who pitched a perfect game in the Pony League last month. In a perfect game, none of the batters from the opposing team ever gets on base.