Are you aware of the upcoming Chatham Township Committee election on June 4? Do you want to help “Build a Better Chatham” and see out town once again recognized as one of the best towns to live in? I do.
Curt Ritter and his family have been neighbors of mine for the last 10 years since I moved to Chatham. The Ritter family is a wonderful family that is very warm and always welcoming. Public service is a family trait. Curt has always had initiative to work with fundraising campaigns but also to start them himself. The Turkey Trot is a wonderful example and a tradition now for Chatham and non-Chatham residents alike. His wife, Jennifer, has also served the community through the local "TWIG" organization in several leadership positions and hosting fundraising events that support Overlook Hospital. They work hard to instill the importance of public service in their three children.
The communications and political arena is not new to Curt. His background and work experience speaks for itself. This is what we need to get key issues in our town heard and acted upon. As a neighbor, I can attest for Curt's willingness to help. Whether it is lending a shovel or working with the neighborhood children to use their imagination at play instead of sitting in front of the TV. Truly, Curt has helped us build a better neighborhood. Now, I believe Curt Ritter deserves the chance to "Build a Better Chatham" and we can each do our part to ensure that happens by voting for Curt on June 4.