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The Breakers is a Vanderbilt mansion located on Ochre Point Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island, United States on the Atlantic Ocean. The building became a National Historic Landmark in 1994, and is a contributing property to the Bellevue Avenue Historic District. It is owned and operated by the Preservation Society of Newport County and is open for visitationon a year-round basis.
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By Carly Cannavina
“Although he lost his sight at age 16, Jim Kutsch now leads a world famous organization vital to many lives.

Fittingly, this is the same nonprofit that originally provided him with his independence as a visually impaired person— The Seeing Eye.

On Saturday morning, Kutsch shared some insights about The Seeing Eye with about 25 people as part of the Morris County Tourism Bureau’s Discover Morris County walking tour series.

Ginger Kutsch and her guide dog Willa, on Seeing Eye walking tour, June 23, 2018. Photo by Carly Cannavina
Ginger Kutsch, Jim’a wife, and her guide dog Willa, on Seeing Eye walking tour, June 23, 2018. Photo by Carly Cannavina
The tour spanned from the Seeing Eye’s Maple Avenue office to the far side of the historic Morristown Green.

Here’s what one very accomplished guide dog team — Kutsch and his dog, Vegas — wants you to know about the Seeing Eye and its canines:

They ensure that guide dogs are affordable for all qualified persons.
The cost of adoption for an individual’s first guide dog is $150, while all successor dogs are $50. Thanks to the generosity of benefactors, no one is turned away from The Seeing Eye because of a lack of funds.

They benefit from the “never-ending construction in Morristown.”
For guide dogs in training, the many orange cones and fenced-off areas of sidewalks and road construction sites create perfect obstacle courses for training dogs and people.

“We love construction!” Kutsch said. In fact, many obstacles are put in place just for this purpose. That untrimmed branch you walked into on South Street might’ve been left there intentionally, along the training route.

They’re planning a party!
The Seeing Eye’s 90th anniversary will occur in January 2019. To celebrate, a big family reunion is in the works for August next year. Upwards of 150 Seeing Eye alumni (and their dogs) will be invited back to town.

Their mission can be summed up in one word: Independence.
Seeing Eye dogs are not paired with people still learning to cope with blindness, but rather with already well-adjusted individuals seeking greater independence. The dogs are meant to “enhance their daily lives,” according to Kutsch.”
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RANDOLPH, NJ — Randolph's annual Freedom Festival is back for 2018 at the County College of Morris, and it should be fun for the whole family.

The celebration kicks off Thursday, June 28, and runs through Saturday, June 30. Carnival rides, games, food trucks, and bands will all be on hand. Thursday and Friday are "one price" nights, where you can enjoy unlimited rides for $25 a person.

Fireworks start Saturday at 9:45 p.m. are are touted as the "best in Morris County." In the event of rain, fireworks will be pushed to Sunday. Parking is $5 per car. Make sure to get there early; a DJ will start playing at 8 p.m.

You can find a full schedule of the fun and more information on the event's website.
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