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The First Chevy Volt Arrives at Denville…..

Posted in Chevy Volt, Denville Chamber of Commerce, Denville Holiday Parade, Visions of Denville with tags , , on December 19, 2010 by denvilletv

On December 15th, 2010 the media converged onto Denville Gerhart Chevrolet covering the first arrival of the Chevy Volt. There was CNBC, Channel 12 NJ and even a TV station from Japan among the media. You can see part of this historical event on the Denville TV Youtube Channel; . In this video the Mayor of Denville, Ted Hussa, gives a proclamation.

This Holiday Season has been an active time in Denville. The weekend following Thanksgiving the Denville Chamber of Commerce sponsored the Denville Open House 2010, Friday, November 26th and the Denville Holiday Parade 2010, Sunday, November 28th. Part of both events you can view on the Denville TV Youtube Channel; .

More recently, this year’s Denville Hannukah Lighting, Dec 7, 2010 shone as a most significantly special one. Boy Scout David Halkyard, of Denville Boy Scout Troop 17, with help and support of his father, Martin, mother, Beth, friends and Boy Scout Troop 17 Leaders Tom Andes and Al Green, took it upon himself to construct a needed new over 10 foot Hannukiah (Menorah for Hannukah). You can view the video on Denville TV Youtube Channel (David’s Contribution Hannukah 2010); An apology that the video is too dark.

Presently on the Denville TV Show on Cablevision Public Access Channel, Channel 21 ( in Morris County, New Jersey), showing Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM, you can view The Denville Historical Society Xmas Show 2009 (last year) beautifully done by Dana Foreman, to catch the holiday spirit.

On the Denville Vimeo Channel ( on the internet….look up Vimeo Channels and then Denville tv) was uploaded the Visions of Denville showing interviews of 7 artists exhibiting at the Denville Municipal Building Art Exhibit, November 5, 2010.

Let us, from Denville TV, wish all of you Happy Holidays (Belated Happy Hannukah) Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa and a Happy and Healthy New Year 2011)