Saturday, December 1, 2012
DJ service at an affordable price.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Founded in 1983, Steve Bishop's DJ service provides entertainment for themed parties, weddings and special events. Services include referrals for function halls, bands, photographers and videographers, wedding coordination and music giveaways. For more information on this business, check out this Q&A with owner Steve Bishop: What is one thing people might not know about your business? We give discounts for military functions and weddings and special pricing for benefits. All 5 of our DJs have other jobs, so we do not have to charge a premium as full time DJs do, which makes us a much better value. How has the economy affected you in the past year? Economy has never been an issue with my business as we have structured our prices so they are…
Monday, October 1, 2012
Norton Parks and Recreation celebrate 20th anniversary of Chartley Halloween Parade.
This year marks the 20th annual Chartley Halloween Parade, and organizers hope it will be one to remember. The parade, which is sponsored by Norton Parks and Recreation, will begin at noon Sunday, Oct. 28 starting from the Norton and Attleboro town line and ending at St. Mary’s Church in Norton. The parade will be held rain or shine. Kids are encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costumes and catch armfuls of candy from the floats and marchers as they pass. Groups already registered for the procession include Cheer Factor High Performance Training Center, Norton Lions, Mansfield Oil Co., Active Learners Preschool, Wetherell’s Lawn and Garden, Mom’s Club of Norton, Norton Public Library and Ronald McDonald. Bands, ponies and wagons are …
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Man of Many Hats adds Mayor to repertoire.
The race for the unofficial Mayor of Norton has ended, with Steven Bishop coming out on top. Bishop raised $1,276, which was matched by Teachers Driving Academy, totaling $2,552. His opponent, Meg Fox, raised $630. Together, they raised $3,182, half of which went towards Norton Parks and Recreation Department. The rest went towards the charities of Bishop's choice. In honor of his opponent, Bishop wrote a check from his business for $250 to give to Little Wiffles, a wiffle and kickball league for disabled children ages 4 and older. Fox and her family founded the organization three years ago. Working with Project Early at L. G. Nourse, a young boy asked her why he couldn’t play baseball with the other kids. That is when Fox knew she had to …
Monday, August 20, 2012
Candidates seeking donations until Aug. 27.
Voting has been extended to select the unofficial Mayor of Norton. Candidates Steve Bishop and Meg Fox have been hitting the campaign trail over the past month to raise money for local charities and they need your help. Each vote costs $1 and there isn't a limit to the number of votes a person can cast. Cash raised between now and Aug. 27, the end to the campaign season, will be split between Parks and Recreation and the charities of the winner's choice. Fox would like to split the money she raises with Susan G. Komen-Breast Cancer and Autism Speaks. If Bishop wins, he will donate money to Jacob Vandenburghe, a Norton resident who was chosen to attend the inauguration on Washington DC. He will also donate $250 to the Little Wiffles …
Monday, July 30, 2012
Proceeds to support Norton Parks and Recreation and charities of winner's choice.
Voting is underway to find the unofficial Mayor of Norton. Candidates Steve Bishop and Meg Fox are hitting the campaign trail over the next month to raise money for local charities and they need your help. Each vote will cost $1 and there isn't a limit to the number of votes a person can cast. Cash raised between now and Aug. 20, the end to the campaign season, will be split between Parks and Recreation and the charities of the winner's choice. Fox would like to split the money she raises with Susan G. Komen-Breast Cancer and Autism Speaks. If Bishop wins, he will donate money to Jacob Vandenburghe, a Norton resident who was chosen to attend the inauguration on Washington DC. He will also donate $250 to the Little Wiffles program Fox …
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Norton resident and and DJ believes in "paying it forward."
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Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Name: Steve Bishop Age: 49 + 1 How long have I been a Norton Resident: Since 1965 Background: I own a local DJ company and this community has supported me for over 25 years. I love to help and have fun. My family is my life. I have been married for 23 years to Elaine. She has given me three beautiful kids. Allie who just graduated high school this year, Ben who will be a Lancer freshman this year and Kyle our first born who passed away at the age of 5 ½ from severe brain damage which he was born with. His memory lives on every year with a fund raising golf outing which our proceeds benefit our community directly every year. What makes Norton special: Easy….It’s people. Caring, compassionate, intelligent, community driven and most…