The Bromley Neighborhood
Civic Center is a Hamilton Township facility, operated by the CYO of
Mercer County, dedicated to providing services and programs that
will enrich the lives of Hamilton Township and Bromley neighborhood
residents. The Bromley Center has developed and continues programs
and activities which are essential for low & moderate
income residents of
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Township, CYO of Mercer County and Mercer Street
Brings Child Summer Food Program to Bromley
Township Mayor Kelly Yaede,
representatives of the CYO of Mercer
County and Mercer Street Friends, and
local children gathered at Hamilton’s
Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center to
announce the new summer lunch program
from Hamilton children between the ages
of 5 and 14. Photograph courtesy of
nutritional food programs may benefit some local
students during the school year, for those students,
summer break does not just mean a break from classes
means a break from the nutritional food programs
that the children rely upon.
thanks to a partnership between Hamilton Township,
the CYO of Mercer County - which operates Hamilton’s
Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center and Mercer Street
Friends – another non-profit that coordinates a
local food bank at the center, township children
between the ages of 5 and 14 can continue to
enjoy nutritional lunches throughout the summer.
Department of Agriculture grant will allow the free
summer lunch program – which officials believe is
the first of its kind in Hamilton – to start in late
June and continue through the middle of August. The
program will provide local children with nutritional
lunches at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center.
summer days, children who are registered for the
program will be able to enjoy lunch at the center’s
picnic tables, which surrounds a brand new
playground set that officials recently installed.
During inclement weather, lunch will be served
inside the center.
Hamilton parents can register their children for the
program by its June 19th deadline
by contacting the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center
email@example.com or visiting the center,
located at 1801 East State Street in
Hamilton. Applications are also available on the
Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center’s website:
this program is available to solely children of
Hamilton Township, parents must provide proof of
“This new program will benefit the
health of our local children from all across our
community, including many children from the Bromley
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede.
“I hope that many parents will
consider whether this free program might benefit
their children this summer.”
“We are excited to be able to provide
this beneficial service at the Bromley Neighborhood
Civic Center. Through this summer program, I
believe this partnership between CYO of Mercer,
Hamilton Township and Mercer Street Friends will
make a true difference for children across Hamilton
Township,” says Thomas
Mladenetz, Executive Director of the CYO of Mercer
left to right, CYO Executive Director Tom Mladenetz,
Center Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede, and
right, WalMart Store Manager, AJ Raiz, at a check
presentation at the new WalMart Store on Nottingham
in the Bromley Section of Hamilton. The CYO is
presented with a $2,000 check from WalMart to use
for the Teen Center Program, a Future Leaders
Program will be implemented for the Teen through the
generous donation from WalMart.
New Playground Ribbon
Cutting Ceremony and the Bromley Center.
Left to right, Kurt Simmons-Bromley
Center Staff, Tom Mladenetz-CYO
Executive Director, Sister Joanne
Dress-Executive Director for Catholic
Social Services/CYO Board Member, Donna
Marie Clancy-Bromley Center Assistant
Director, John Kilcoyne, Bromley Center
Volunteer, Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly
Yaede, Patrick Hardiman-Bromley Center
Director, and Marty Flynn-Hamilton
Township Director of Health, Recreation,
Senior and Veteran Services all pose for
a picture of the ribbon cutting with
Bromley Center members at the top.
Teen Center and Royal
Mentoring Valentines Party
2016 Hamilton Township
Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. Tribute
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede, far
left with Faith Edwin, TCA Senior and
Dr.King Community Service Scholarship
recipient, to her left, Sister Dorothy
Payne, President , TCA far right, with
Kasssandra Sanchez, TCA Senior, and Dr.
King Community Service Scholarship
recipient to her right, and the girls
mother, center pose for a picture at the
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede
presents Thomas Mladenetz, Executive
Director of the CYO with a plaque
honoring him at the 2016 Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Spirit of the Community
Members pose for a picture at the
Museum in Princeton
after a recent filed
trip there and lunch
at the Princeton
Bromley Drop In
Tutoring Students take some time away
from the books and the computers for a
fun field trip to Pump It Up!
2015 CYO Bromley Center
"Mayor Yaede takes time out for a
picture with CYO representatives, Drop
In Tutoring students, and Shop Hamilton
and First Constitution Bank
representatives. Shop Hamilton and
First Constitution Bank donated book
bags and money to purchase supplies to
fill the book bags to the Bromley Center
"Garden State Bank employees visit and
assist with the students in the Drop In
Pictured from left to right Marty Flynn, Hamilton
Township Director of Health, Recreation, Senior, and
Veteran Services, Patrick Hardiman, CYO Bromley
Director, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede, and three
parade participants pose for a picture. The parade
participants are winners of the cutest, scariest,
and funniest costumes, each receiving a $25 gift
certificate to Toys R Us.
Bromley resident students pose for a picture in
front of the center after the recent Halloween
costume parade and party through the neighborhood.
Pictured center is Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede,
holding one of the smaller participants along with
Hamilton Police Officers that escorted the parade.
The CYO hosted a parade following the parade in the
Bromley Community Hall afterwards for 125 people.
CYO staff and Bromley residents pose for a picture
at the Bromley Neighborhood Clean Up Day.
Hamilton Township Detective Quincy
and his son participate in the Bromley Neighborhood
Clean Up Day.
CYO Bromley Senior
Club participants participate in an activity