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DECEMBER 2017 Calendar of Events HERE!


Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center
661 Jackson Road, Newtonville, NJ 08346 (609) 704-7262

Summer Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday are 11-7 pm. 

Wednesdays are 9-6pm

Quentin Profile Pic

MLK Director – Quentin McClendon


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  • Calendar – Check it out HERE
  • African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey, Inc.
  • Seniors of Newtonville
    The Seniors of Newtonville operate a community food bank at the Center on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month to fight hunger.
  • Wilder Hines Park – located adjacent to the MLK Community Center
    This park is built on a 20 acre piece of land.  There is a baseball field, basketball courts and children’s playground equipment.  There is a paved walking path from the King Center around the entire park.  There is also pavilion for picnics.
  • MLK Peer Leadership Group for High School Aged Teens. Meetings every Thursday 6:30 PM
    Contact: (609) 704-7262
    Derrick Minor Jr., Minor Adjustment
    Brenda Phillips, We Care

DIAL 2-1-1 for Social Services

Atlantic County Department of Intergenerational Services
(888) 426-9243

101 S. Shore Road
Shoreview Building
Northfield, N.J. 08225

Atlantic County Division of Intergenerational Services prides itself on the programs and services it has made available to our communities for more than 30 years. We serve the needs of families, youth, disabled individuals and senior citizens. Caring professionals are available to provide assessment, guidance, counseling, and information and referral. Individual case management insures a personal connection with our residents to insure that their needs are met.

Seniors Gateway to the US Government 

Social Security Administration




Dedication of Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center

Community Day 2016


Residents gather for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities


Christmas Celebration at the MLK Community Center, December 2014


Mayor Chuck Chiarello, Miss Buena Victoria Cox, Santa and his Elves at the MLK Christmas Celebration, December 2014