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Hunterdon County is very gay friendly !!!

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Jesus Christ

Newton, NJ

#1 Jun 23, 2011
Hunterdon county is very gay friendly and is open to gay family. The people are very nice and like gay people. Great place in hunterdon county is Lebanon NJ. there some many nice families who are very gay friendly and there some gay family in hunterdon county and some one one town is lebanon nj. some if your gay and looking for a place in nj in huterodon county look in lebanon there nice house and new apt in lebanon nj and there lots of nice people in lebanon and lot of nice places to eat at and nice place to walk to in lebanon nj some and know that lebanon is one big gay happy town in nj. so check out lebanon nj a greta place to live at.
Matthew Loscialo

Newton, NJ

#2 Aug 8, 2011
GLBTOFHUNTERDONCOUNTYOFNJ.COM

Open to Gay,Lesbian Teens,Adults,their friends parents,family members. Are you gay or a lesbian & need somebody to talk please come to the meetings? We all welcome Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays.There is no membership fee to come to meetings.

We have movie night with some snack at the Library.
We will also have some guest speaker.
Misson is to help people whop are Gay and Lebsbian Teen,college students,young adults to adults have a social group/ meeting place to make friends and learn about what out us as we are born Gay so here you will learn about gay rights and also make some new friends !!!

For outings out side the librarty like movie night & eating out there is a cost.
First Meeting is Aug 25,2011 (Thur)
7PM to 9PM
Social / Support Group
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE
HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street, Clinton, NJ 08809
e-mail [email protected]
gay social support group

Maple Grove, MN

#3 Sep 6, 2011
Next Meeting is OCT 4, 2011 (Tue) 7PM to 9PM
Quest Speaker Ashley Planned Parent Hood. 7:30pm-9pm general meeting/socialization with potential for dinner at local diner
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE
HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street, Clinton,NJ 08809
e-mail [email protected]
http://www.GLBTOFHUNTERDONCOUNTYOFNJ.COM
also check out www.gaysupportgroupsnj.com
we are doing very going we are open to gays high schools students to gay college students. Come and have fun we play board games and talk with each and go out to the movies and other nice events we do. some if you what to make some new friends go to the gay social /support and you have a great time.
next meeting OCT 11 2011

Flemington, NJ

#4 Sep 23, 2011
I run a gay social and support called
GLBT OF HUNTERDON COUNTY OF NJ. COM
it a place to talk with each as we play board games.
Hunterdon County NJ is a very gay friendly county to live in nj. There alot of gay families
web site: www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com
Next Meeting is OCT 11, 2011 (Tue) 7PM to 9PM
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE
HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street, Clinton,NJ 08809
National Coming Out Day

Flemington, NJ

#5 Sep 23, 2011
it is National Coming Out Day oct 11,2011

So come out and have some fun and meet other gay make some friends at the social/support group in hunterdon county of nj.

I run a gay social and support called

GLBT OF HUNTERDON COUNTY OF NJ. COM

it a place to talk with each as we play board games.

Hunterdon County NJ is a very gay friendly county to live in nj. There alot of gay families

web site: www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com

Next Meeting is OCT 11, 2011 (Tue) 7PM to 9PM

NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE
HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street, Clinton,NJ 08809
GLBT support group in NJ

Flemington, NJ

#6 Oct 19, 2011
https://www.facebook.com/event.php...

http://www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com/

Please bring a coat. We are donating coat to Our Youth.

1. OUR YOUTH

2. GLBTOFHUNTERDONCOUNTYOFNJ.COM

3. COLLEGE COUNSELING FOR THE REST OF US

GLBTOFHUNTERDONCOUNTYOFNJ.COM

EDUCATION – INFORMATION SEMINAR

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29TH 6PM

NORTH COUNTY BRANCH LIBRARY

65 HALSTED ST CLINTON NJ 08809

6:30 PM COLLEGE ASSISTANCE SEMINAR

FACILITED BY MICHAEL SZAREK FROM CCR

College Counseling for the Rest of Us (CCR) is designed to assist those who are traditionally under-served in the college planning process. CCR provide affordable, accessible, applicable college admission and financial aid guidance for traditional-age and adult students from all walks of life.

7:00 PM WORLD AIDS SEMINAR FACILITATED BY ROB DE ANHONY FROM OY.

Our Youth is a non profit organization designed to help LGBT youth and their straight allies within the NJ/NY area. Our Youth provides the young adults job and college assistance, Free and confidential HIV testing, and a variety of weekly activities. Our Youth also attends college, high schools, and youth organizations within the United States providing motivational speeches and workshops on a variety of issue young adults face. The mission of Our Youth is to provided a safe haven for all youth regardless of sexual preference.

Please bring a coat. We are donating coat to Our Youth.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT MATTHEW AT [email protected]

National Coming Day was great lots of door prizes and each month got a door prizes 22 people and more next month as lots of high schools and colleges and lot gay men and women came too. We have some great guest speaker from HRC Parent Planned Hood and The Hiv Progarm all came and talk to the group as there were table for people to talkk with each and some play board games and other games. people were so happy that next month there bring there friends as parents and staff from location college and high schools were happy to come and will be back next month.

http://www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com/

GLBT OF HUNTERDON COUNTY OF NJ .COM

Open to high school and college students and young adults who are Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Family, Friends & Educators welcomed

Please bring a coat. We are donating coat to Our Youth.

Place:
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE
HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street Clinton, NJ 08809
GLBT support group in NJ

Flemington, NJ

#7 Oct 19, 2011
https://www.facebook.com/event.php...

1. OUR YOUTH

2. GLBTOFHUNTERDONCOUNTYOFNJ. ​COM

3. COLLEGE COUNSELING FOR THE REST OF US bring you an …

EDUCATION – INFORMATION SEMINAR

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29TH 6PM

NORTH COUNTY BRANCH LIBRARY

65 HALSTED ST CLINTON NJ 08809

6:30 PM COLLEGE ASSISTANCE SEMINAR

FACILITED BY MICHAEL SZAREK FROM CCR

College Counseling for the Rest of Us (CCR) is designed to assist those who are traditionally under-served in the college planning process. CCR provide affordable, accessible, applicable college admission and financial aid guidance for traditional-age and adult students from all walks of life.

7:00 PM WORLD AIDS SEMINAR FACILITATED BY ROB DE ANHONY FROM OY.

Our Youth is a non profit organization designed to help LGBT youth and their straight allies within the NJ/NY area. Our Youth provides the young adults job and college assistance, Free and confidential HIV testing, and a variety of weekly activities. Our Youth also attends college, high schools, and youth organizations within the United States providing motivational speeches and workshops on a variety of issue young adults face. The mission of Our Youth is to provided a safe haven for all youth regardless of sexual preference.

Please bring a coat. We are donating coat to Our Youth.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT MATTHEW AT [email protected]


National Coming Day was great lots of door prizes and each month got a door prizes 22 people and more next month as lots of high schools and colleges and lot gay men and women came too. We have some great guest speaker from HRC Parent Planned Hood and The Hiv Progarm all came and talk to the group as there were table for people to talkk with each and some play board games and other games. people were so happy that next month there bring there friends as parents and staff from location college and high schools were happy to come and will be back next month.

http://www.gl btofhunterdon​ countyofnj.com/

GLBT OF HUNTERDON COUNTY OF NJ .COM

Open to high school and college students and young adults who are Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Family, Friends & Educators welcomed

Please bring a coat. We are donating coat to Our Youth.

Place:
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE
HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street Clinton, NJ 08809
GLBT upcoming events

Flemington, NJ

#8 Nov 30, 2011
NEXT GLBT for teens to adults will be

DEC 1 ,2011 from 6:30pm to 8:45pm

Jan 18,2012 from 6:30 to 8:45pm

place:
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF
THE HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street
Clinton, NJ 08809

both will be a social and support group we willhave guest speaker at other meeting.
come and talk with each and play board games and there will be free door prizes and free
food at all social and support groups. also educator and parents are welcome.
we also have outing like movie night and other great events thank again for all the coats who donate them Our Youth. mr. ROB DE ANHONY was very happy to get the coats and food to bring back to the soup kitchen thanks agian.

The 3 guest speaker were great thanks to guest speaker from

RVCC College talk the college was Rebecca Case

College Counseling for the Rest of Us (CCR) was MICHAEL SZAREK FROM CCR

OUR YOUTH was ROB DE ANHONY

Wrote: Rob De Anthony

had a nice time with the GLBT of Hunterdon County thank you to Matthew Loscialo for asking me to come speak big thank you to all his members that showed up & his incrediably nice mother thank you to OurYouth board Jason L. Brooks Divinity Banks & Patricia St Pierre for showing there support there was so much bread & pastires left over I kept half for OurYouth & just brought the other half to a local shelter here in Jersey City its funny how the littles things like bread & pastires could make a person smile

see www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com
Matthew Loscialo

Annandale, NJ

#9 Dec 11, 2011
Next Meeting is Jan 18, 2012 (Wed)
Time: 6PM to 8:30PM
Place:
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street Clinton, NJ 08809

Open to Gay,Lesbian,Bisexual,Teens,Adu lts,their friends parents,family members.

We have a social time playing games and talk with each other and we some time have speaker.
we also do outing like movie night. We also go for dinner.

Come and make friends we may play a movie, also there will be food & drinks & door prizes
& it all for free.

see www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com
GAY FRIENDLY HUNTERDON

Annandale, NJ

#10 Jan 18, 2012
By Anthony Michael Kreis

Editorial column: Same-sex marriage amendment would end discrimination and protect religious institutions

This year, the Legislature can grant dignity to a distinct group of people that have long endured second-class status. They are they many gays and lesbians who work, live, and call Hunterdon County home.

In Hunterdon County, these folks are assimilated and invisible to the naked eye. They own some of your favorite stores and restaurants and may be the parents of your children’s friends. For some, they are brothers, sisters, sons, and daughters.

Now it is time for the people of Hunterdon County and those who represent it in the General Assembly to take a pivotal step toward eliminating sexual orientation discrimination and adopt marriage equality.

A native son of Bethlehem Township, I know many Hunterdon residents who desire nothing more than to simply end government-sponsored discrimination against them.

As a former Republican county committeeman, I also understand the many people who, without animus, cannot support same-sex marriage. But there is a middle ground to advance marriage equality that even local Republican legislators can get behind.

A constitutional amendment is the best means to achieve equality without unnecessary delay. A constitutional amendment can do three things: immediately end marriage discrimination, robustly protect religious institutions and organizations from civil lawsuits and government penalty for failing to solemnize or celebrate same-sex marriages, and give the people of New Jersey a voice in the matter.

In this spirit, I have crafted a proposed amendment to the New Jersey State Constitution for the General Assembly to consider placing on the November 2012 ballot. I appeal to the people of Hunterdon County and her representatives to do what is right and protect the rights of gays, lesbians and religious objectors.

New Jersey can be the first to give the people the ability to vote on marriage equality without subjecting gays and lesbians to an additional deprivation of rights. New Jersey can also be the first state to expressly protect religious objectors to same-sex marriage constitutionally.

New Jersey can and must take the lead to simultaneously advance two equally fundamental rights — the right to be free from government discrimination and the right to free conscience.

Sen. Mike Doherty, Assemblymen Eric Peterson and John DiMaio should not shy away from this effort. Indeed, it was Senator Doherty who suggested in 2009 the people be given the “final say” on this “fundamental” issue.

Today, these three men have the opportunity to not only give the people the right to vote on the matter, but to help craft good public policy for religious organizations in the process — an opportunity that will likely evaporate if marriage equality is left to the courts alone to decide.

On a daily basis, the people of Hunterdon County entrust to gays and lesbians our legal affairs, our financial planning, our children’s education and our healthcare — it is time to entrust them with civil equality and allow them to exercise their fundamental right to marry.

Kreis graduated from North Hunterdon High School and with a law degree from Washington & Lee. He is a Ph.D candidate at the University of Georgia, School of Public and International Affairs.

http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/i...
LGBT GLBT SUPPORT GROUP

Annandale, NJ

#11 Jan 18, 2012
GLBT OF HUNTERDON COUNTY OF NJ .COM support group and social group.
There will be free door some are $15.00 gift card itunes and $10.00 of a resturants and free item start at $10.00 up to $25.00 gift cards and it all free each month get free items. So tell your friends need to be there to win it all free so come and have fun. You may win a free dvd movie, or free book, cds, or free gift cards and it all free so what are you think come out and have some fun. Win free stuff Movie's,CD's,gift cards, win movie tickets and other great items at each meeting there will be lots of door prizes each month as we get door prizes from people how donate that to us as we have people help us with donate to paid for flyer and mailing and place who donate from for the meet and the other food after the meeting go to soup kitchen throught nj one month we give the guest speaker the food that was donate to us and new and used clothes to a group called "Our Youth".
we have month meeting some time guest speaker and other time watch a movie or play video games so come out and have fun.
GLBT OF HUNTERDON COUNTY OF NJ .COM
NEXT MEETING IS FEB 29 2012 WEDESDAY
TIME: 6:30PM TO 8:45PM
LOCATION:
NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE
HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 Halsted Street Clinton, NJ 08809
Open to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Teens, Adults, Their friends, Parents, Family members, Educators.
http://www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com
GAY FRIENDLY HUNTERDON

Annandale, NJ

#12 Jan 18, 2012
Editorial column: Same-sex marriage amendment would end discrimination and protect religious institutions

By Anthony Michael Kreis

This year, the Legislature can grant dignity to a distinct group of people that have long endured second-class status. They are they many gays and lesbians who work, live, and call Hunterdon County home.

In Hunterdon County, these folks are assimilated and invisible to the naked eye. They own some of your favorite stores and restaurants and may be the parents of your children’s friends. For some, they are brothers, sisters, sons, and daughters.

Now it is time for the people of Hunterdon County and those who represent it in the General Assembly to take a pivotal step toward eliminating sexual orientation discrimination and adopt marriage equality.

A native son of Bethlehem Township, I know many Hunterdon residents who desire nothing more than to simply end government-sponsored discrimination against them.

As a former Republican county committeeman, I also understand the many people who, without animus, cannot support same-sex marriage. But there is a middle ground to advance marriage equality that even local Republican legislators can get behind.

A constitutional amendment is the best means to achieve equality without unnecessary delay. A constitutional amendment can do three things: immediately end marriage discrimination, robustly protect religious institutions and organizations from civil lawsuits and government penalty for failing to solemnize or celebrate same-sex marriages, and give the people of New Jersey a voice in the matter.

In this spirit, I have crafted a proposed amendment to the New Jersey State Constitution for the General Assembly to consider placing on the November 2012 ballot. I appeal to the people of Hunterdon County and her representatives to do what is right and protect the rights of gays, lesbians and religious objectors.

New Jersey can be the first to give the people the ability to vote on marriage equality without subjecting gays and lesbians to an additional deprivation of rights. New Jersey can also be the first state to expressly protect religious objectors to same-sex marriage constitutionally.

New Jersey can and must take the lead to simultaneously advance two equally fundamental rights — the right to be free from government discrimination and the right to free conscience.

Sen. Mike Doherty, Assemblymen Eric Peterson and John DiMaio should not shy away from this effort. Indeed, it was Senator Doherty who suggested in 2009 the people be given the “final say” on this “fundamental” issue.

Today, these three men have the opportunity to not only give the people the right to vote on the matter, but to help craft good public policy for religious organizations in the process — an opportunity that will likely evaporate if marriage equality is left to the courts alone to decide.

On a daily basis, the people of Hunterdon County entrust to gays and lesbians our legal affairs, our financial planning, our children’s education and our healthcare — it is time to entrust them with civil equality and allow them to exercise their fundamental right to marry.

Kreis graduated from North Hunterdon High School and with a law degree from Washington & Lee. He is a Ph.D candidate at the University of Georgia, School of Public and International Affairs.

http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/i...
GLBTQ SOCIAL GROUP

Annandale, NJ

#14 Feb 8, 2012
http://www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com/ see web site for meeting days and time.

Open to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Youth,Teens,Young Adults, Adults, Their friends, Parents, Family members, Educators.

facebook sign for social and support group.
GLBT OF HUNTERDON COUNTY OF NJ .COM

NEXT MEETING IS FEB 29 2012 WEDESDAY TIME: 6:30PM TO 8:45PM LOCATION: NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY 65 Halsted Street Clinton, NJ 08809

I made page 6 in the mag let me know what you think of the story thanks. out in nj mag http://www.outinjersey.net/images/Magazine_PD... .
GLBTQ STORY OUT IN NJ MAG

Annandale, NJ

#15 Feb 8, 2012
Matthew Loscialo

Annandale, NJ

#17 Apr 16, 2012
Video Game Night PlayStation 3/Board Game/Social Night

Free food, snacks and door prizes.

Open to GLBT of Youth,Teens,Young, Adults to Adults. Parents and family members, as well as educators, are welcome. So come out and meet other people in a safe and supportive environment.

May 2 2012

Time: 6:30 T0 8:45 p.m.

Place:

NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE

HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY

65 HALSTED STREET

CLINTON, NJ 08809

http://www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com/
Matthew Loscialo

Annandale, NJ

#18 Apr 18, 2012
http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR...

2012 Relay For Life of Raritan Valley Community College NJ

6:00 p.m. May 12 - 6:00 a.m. May 13, 2012

6pm at Raritan Valley Community College

http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR...

Vice President Matthew Loscialo
Matthew F Loscialo

Annandale, NJ

#19 Apr 23, 2012
http://www.app.com/article/20120420/NJNEWS/30...

Students to take vows of silence to end bullying of gays and lesbians at Raritan Valley Community College.

Jordan Noble and Alyssa Kolb talk to students about the Day of Silence at a table in Hunterdon Hall at Raritan Valley Community College.

Students at hundreds of New Jersey schools today will let their silence voice their opposition to the bullying of gay, lesbian and transgendered youths.

The silent protest is part of a national movement by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network to create safer schools for children regardless of sexual orientation.

For Shawn Harris, an 18-year-old Brick Township senior, the Day of Silence is about helping “the kids who don’t think that there’s any escape.”

“It kills me inside that kids have to go through this and think there’s no way out but hurting themselves,” he said, adding:“We just need acceptance. That’s all we want.”

Harris said he’s committed to the Day of Silence because of the gay and lesbian youths who have committed suicide as a result of bullying. To underscore the importance of that acceptance, a member of Brick Township High School’s gay-straight alliance will wear a Grim Reaper outfit and distribute T-shirts to participating students when the high school holds its Day of Silence next month.

The national Day of Silence, launched in 1996 at the University of Virginia, has become the largest single student-led awareness day, according to the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network. By 2008, the day was marked in 8,000 schools across the nation, according to the organization.

“The Day of Silence is something that is really necessary for everybody to experience,” said Vic Palmer, 17, a senior at Freehold Township High School.“It mirrors everything that other LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered) students are going through.”

“It’s a way of speaking out without actually speaking,” said Jesse Cermak, an 18-year-old senior at the school.“It protects not only me; it protects my peers.”

Vows of silence

On the Day of Silence, which the majority of schools will mark today, members of gay-straight alliances across New Jersey will wear T-shirts, pins, ribbons or stickers, and carry cards explaining the reason for their vows of silence.

Students at West Morris Central High School ill see their silent peers wearing red today, said Maria Castro-Alvarez, a physical education teacher and co-adviser of the high school’s Gay-Straight Alliance.

read more of the story as it is a long story at http://www.app.com/article/20120420/NJNEWS/30...
Matthew F Loscialo

Annandale, NJ

#20 Apr 23, 2012
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)

welcomes its newest member Matthew Loscialo of

Flemington.

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high achievers. NSCS provides career and graduate school connections, leadership and service experiences, access to discounts and savings, as well as $250,000 in scholarships annually.



NSCS Members are deeply committed to service, integrity and scholarship and, as a result, are impacting their campus and local communities every day.

NSCS is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is the nation’s only interdisciplinary honors organization for first- and second-year college students. Membership is by invitation only, based on grade point average and class standing. NSCS has more than 800,000 lifetime members and 300 chapters in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

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GLBT Aug 23 2012 FreeYoga

Burlington, NJ

#21 Jul 5, 2012
GLBT OF HUNTERDON COUNTY OF NJ.COM

www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com

Free Yoga Classes and more Aug 23 2012.

Next GLBT Group free Yoga and socializes and win free door
przies like itune cards and other free stuff. Plus free food and drinks for all. Also member some member go out to a local restuarant for coffee to talk more and other go to a late movie to watch together. we also have outings too.

Free Yoga Class. Plus also come at 6:30 to socializes and after 8:00pm socializes again to 8:45pm some member go to a movie and other member go to a local dinner for coffee to socializes more.

For the yoga class we will start at 7:00 pm and go until 8:00 pm. So we can have time to socialize afterward if you'd like.

If people already have yoga mats they can bring them. I will bring several myself. You can buy them at Target or the like.

Some people like to bring water and a towel if they sweat.

People should wear comfortable gym clothes, like shorts and a tee shirt, but you'd want to avoid metal like in snaps and zippers and belts.

Yoga Teacher Steven Russell [email protected] www.stevenarussell.com

Aug 23 2012 Thursday

Time 6:30 PM T0 8:45 PM
Place: NORTH COUNTY BRANCH OF THE
HUNTERDON COUNTY LIBRARY
65 HALSTED STREET
CLINTON NEW JERSEY 08809
GLBT GAY Support Group NJ

Annandale, NJ

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