& The Hetfield House
|Mountainside Restoration Committee, Inc.
AKA The Mountainside Historic Committee
Mountainside, New Jersey
What's Happening at the Hetfield House & Levi Cory House?
|Honor A Vet...Buy A Brick!
Help Restore The
Levi Cory House ...
Buy a Brick!
The Mountainside Restoration
Committee is raising money to
fund various needed projects
in the Hetfield House & to help
fund the restoration of the Levi
The next brick dedication for
Veterans & others will take
place on Veterans' Day
Wed., Nov. 11, 2015.
|"THE HISTORY OF
1945-2007 - It Was Only
by, Connie McNamara
(Click on "History" tab at top
of page for information)
|FOR DIRECTIONS TO THE HETFIELD
HOUSE, CLICK "CONTACT" TAB AT
TOP OF PAGE.
EVENTS & PROGRAMS - 2015
OILS 101...GREEN, CLEAN AND HAPPY
A FUND RAISER FOR THE
MOUNTAINSIDE HISTORIC COMMITTEE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 19—10am-1pm and 7-9pm
at the Deacon Andrew Hetfield House
Constitution Plaza/Watchung Ave. off Birch Hill Rd.
(click here for more details)
ADULTS' WINE & CHEESE GINGERBREAD OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015 - 3:00-5:00pm
FAMILY GINGERBREAD OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015 - 1:00-4:00pm
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS!
click HERE to download volunteer application
According to Chairperson, Scott Daniels, “The Committee is looking for individuals willing to help with a wide variety of
activities related to events, archives, museum help, grant writing, indoor & outdoor maintenance of the Hetfield and Levi
Cory Houses, computer entry, communications, and planning.”
No experience is necessary – just some time and willingness to help.
Current, past and prospective volunteers are encouraged to send us an application.
Please mail completed applications to: Sandy VanderMeer, 1033 Ledgewood Rd., Mountainside, NJ 07092
ANNUAL NEWSLETTER AND FUND RAISING MAILING
The Mountainside Restoration Committee's annual newsletter and fund raising mailing was mailed to all Mountainside
residents in late March. We thank you, in advance, for any donations you wish to send enabling us to raise funds to restore
the Levi Cory House and Hetfield House. Respondents were entered into a drawing to held on May 3rd, 2015.
Congratulations to the drawing winners: 1st Place (TV): Marion Gallipoli; 2nd Place (Restaurant Gift Cards): Arlene Miike;
and 3rd Place (Supermarket Gift Cards): Sandy Wilson
VIEW THE 2015 NEWSLETTER HERE
THANK YOU TO EAGLE SCOUT CANDIDATE - JEFFREY WHYTE
Recently, Mountainside's Jeffrey Whyte, of Berkeley Heights Boy Scout Troop 368, raised funds, planned, cleared property,
worked with the sign company and erected the sign and its planting base on New Providence Road in Mountainside. The
gleaming red, gold & white sign marks the site of the Levi Cory House, Deacon Andrew Hetfield House and Mountainside
Public Library. We think the sign is beautiful and we thank Jeffrey and his helpers for all their hard work!
THE HETFIELD HOUSE NOW HAS A NEW NEIGHBOR...
THE LEVI CORY HOUSE - PLEASE HELP US WITH THE RESTORATION!
DONATE ONLINE HERE
"PUT A PLAQUE IN IT" FUND RAISER
Sponsor a window, door, fireplace, staircase, room, etc. inside the Levi Cory House.
A permanent plaque will be affixed to the inside of the house with your message.
THE LEVI CORY HOUSE IS IN PLACE!
After two postponements, Mountainside’s historic Levi Cory House was finally moved on
November 2, 2013 and situated on its permanent lot on November 9th. The foundation was
built and the 4-foot crawl space is complete. The house was lowered onto its new
foundation on September 5th, 2014. Soil has been backfilled around the house. Two
chimneys were replaced and work has been completed on the new roof. Fascia and sill
repair are in the process. Future plans also include replacement of the side porch which was
original to the house, removal of the front bow window which was a "modern" addition and
not part of the original structure; and utilities need to be brought to the house.
This landmark property on the corner of Mountain Avenue & New Providence Road was sold and will be developed
commercially. The Mountainside Restoration Committee has acquired the historic structure and raised funds to save it from
demolition, but it had to be moved. The Borough of Mountainside allowed the house to be permanently placed on Borough
property on Constitution Plaza. The house, now relocated to its new home, is a fitting neighbor to the Hetfield House.
WE STILL NEED YOUR SUPPORT! The Committee needs financial and volunteer help to make more history happen.
Contact us immediately and be a part of this very historic move and restoration of this historic structure.
The clock is ticking! email: email@example.com; call: (908)789-9420
LEVI CORY HOUSE INFO
VIEW THE POWER POINT PRESENTATION EXPLAINING THE CAMPAIGN
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS LEVI CORY HOUSE DONORS TO DATE:
AlphaGraphics, AmeriCare Physical Therapy, Anonymous, Basilico Restaurant, Casey & Keller Engineers, The Center for
Ambulatory Surgery, Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation, Christoffers Florist, Clear Focus, LLC., Colavita, Cowell
family, Dallas Contracting, Daniels family, Donnelly Construction, Elizabeth Auto Glass & Salvage, Dan Falcone Architect,
Ferraro's Restaurant, Foothills Club, Gardiner family, Giannone family, Girl Scouts of Mountainside, Goggi family, Great Smiles
Dental, Harol Landscaping, Walter Heckel & Sons, HP Thomson, Inc., HW3 Group, Ingrassia family, Jan’s Realty, Kelley
Family, Klein family, Lease & LaBau, Live Like BJ Foundation, Maxwell’s Furniture Restoration, Mountainside Cleaners,
Mountainside Volunteer Fire Company, Barbara Mullin, Myles F. Kelly, Inc., The Publick House, Questers Old One Horn
Chapter, Salon Divine, Somerset Savings Bank, Gail Stock, Universal Commodities Tea Trading, Inc., VFW - Mountainside
Post, Vigliante family, Watts Mountainside Community Foundation, Western Pest Control