Living in Hamilton Township, NJ
Property Tax Relief
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno speak with seniors at the Hamilton Township Senior Center , shortly before the Lt. Governor and State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff explain information on state property tax relief programs.
Senior Center Picnic
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede and Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer take a photograph with two attendees at Hamilton's Senior Center Picnic.
Hamilton Township Councilman David Kenny, Mayor Kelly A. Yaede and Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer speak with a table of residents at Hamilton's Senior Center Picnic.
Construction of New Hamilton Clocktower Building Continues
Hamilton Township Councilman Mayor Kelly A. Yaede tours the construction site of a new 65,000 square foot office building as part of the Hamilton Clocktower project.
Monsignor Leonard R. Toomey Annex at Project Groundbreaking at CYO of Mercer County’s Yardville Brach
Sr. Joanne Dress, Bishop David M. O’Connell of the Diocese of Trenton, Tom Mladenetz of the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) of Mercer County, Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede and Hamilton Township Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer take a ceremonial first dig at the site of the planned Monsignor Leonard R. Toomey Annex at CYO of Mercer County’s Yardville Brach, along with some of the CYO’s Yardville Pre-School students.
Mayor Helps to "Bag Hunger" as Part of Hamilton Marketplace ShopRite's Hunger Awareness Initiative
Mayor Yaede participated as a "Celebrity Bagger" in the Hamilton Marketplace Shop Rite's Hunger Awareness Initiative. In the attached photograph, from left to right are Hal Snow of Richard Childress Racing, Joe Myers of Shop Rite, Mayor Yaede and mascot Scrunchy the Bear, standing in front of a Cheerios Racecar.
Also part of theHamilton Marketplace Shop Rite's Hunger Awareness Initiative, Mayor Yaede served as a "Celebrity Bagger". In addition to raising monetary donations to combat hunger, food donations were also collected for the Mercer Street Friends Food Bank.
Pictures From Septemberfest Community Day
Hamilton Township Councilman Dennis Pone, Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer, Councilman David Kenny and Council President Edward Gore stand by Hamilton's September 11th Memorial Grove in Veterans Park. Not pictures is Hamilton Township Councilman Kevin Meara.
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede dons a pair of "the Nerds" glasses and joins the group to play the Cow Bell during the Nerds performance during Septemberfest.
Some young exhibitors stand by an event sign near the Kuser Road Park Entrance during Septemberfest.
A collage of some of the décor at Septemberfest that honored Hamilton's many Hometown Heroes.
Members of the Marine Corps League participate as part of Septemberfest
Children wait in line for the giant wave slide, one of the many attractions and activities for children at Septemberfest.
A crowd of Hamiltonians stroll through Veterans park to enjoy the crafters, vendors and exhibitors.
The Heroes Haven Food Court was a popular place at this year's Septemberfest.
Families bring their children to a bull dozer that was part of the "Touch-a-Truck" section of Septemberfest.
The display of antique automobiles is always a popular attraction at the Klockner Road Entrance to Veterans Park during Septemberfest.
Hamilton Township Council President Edward Gore stands with Mayor Kelly A. Yaede near the F-4 E Phantom Jet at the Klockner Road Entrance of Veterans Park.
A crowd of Hamiltonians enter into Veterans Park to enjoy all of the activities that Septemberfest has to offer.
The "Touch a Truck" section of Septemberfest was a popular location all day long, as children could enjoy vehicles up close.
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede takes a moment to speak with some young Hamiltonians during Septemberfest.
Hamilton Township David Kenny walks along side Mayor Kelly A. Yaede as they greet the thousands of residents and visitors who made their way through Veterans Park.
Hamilton Township Councilman Dennis Pone speaks with a couple during Septemberfest.
Hamilton Township Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer waives to the crowd as she walks through Veterans Park during Septemberfest.
Gateway Funding Celebrates Grand Opening on Quakerbridge Road in Hamilton
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede and Hamilton Township Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer help cut the ceremonial ribbon to welcome Gateway Funding Diversified Mortgage Services to its new location on Quakerbridge Road in Hamilton.
Hamilton Welcomes BKE Distributors to the Community
Hamilton Township Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer, Brian Elmer, Mayor Kelly A. Yaede, Abbey Elmer, Patti Emler and Councilman Dennis Pone help welcome BKE Distributors to the community and their Olden Avenue location.
Congratulations to the HTRBA 8-U All Star Team
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede recently congratulated the HTRBA's 8 and Under All Star Team for achieving an undefeated record of 12-0 during their participation in the Sunnybrae Little League and Bordentown Little League All Start Tournaments.
Pictures from Hamilton's September 11th Remembrance Ceremony
The Hamilton Township Police Division Honor Guard marches to present the colors to begin Hamilton's September 11th Remembrance Ceremony.
Members of Hamilton Township Firefighters march in during Hamilton's September 11th Remembrance Ceremony entrance procession.
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede makes remarks to the audience gather at Hamilton Township's September 11th Memorial Grove.
Col. (Ret.) Frank Caprario, President of the Hamilton Township Patriotic Committee, speaks, with Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede standing in the background.
The Steinert High School Select Choir, under the direction of Mr. Richard Schneider, perform an American Medley during Hamilton's September 11th Remembrance Ceremony.
This photograph, taken at Septemberfest, shows residents visiting Hamilton's September 11th Memorial Grove.