ISELIN– During this year’s Health and Wellness Day at the Iselin Fire House, Haigo Armenian Mouradian (right) of The Provident Bank provides financial advice to Vincent Dellatore (left), an Iselin branch customer.
WOODBRIDGE–Mayor John E. McCormac will announce the return of the 2010 New Jersey Senior Olympic Games to Woodbridge Township during a special welcoming ceremony for Senior Olympians and athletes at The Arenas at Woodbridge in the Woodbridge Community Center & Sports Facility this afternoon.
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ELIZABETH – The Irish Business Association, will host its 2010 Golf Outing at the Basking Ridge Country Club in Basking Ridge, on Monday, Sept. 27.
TRENTON – It’s not too late for summer readers to enter to win a NJ Devils/Modell’s hockey jersey autographed by NJ Devils’ forward and Olympic Silver Medalist Zach Parise. To enter, all readers have to do is read a book, go to the website www.njlibrarychampions.org, and click on the contest page. The contest runs until Sept. 1, 2010, when a winner will be randomly selected.
CRANFORD – The “Family Flix” summer film series will conclude for 2010 on Tuesday evening, Aug. 24, in Nomahegan Park in Cranford.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Busy schedules, including work, school, extracurricular activities and more, often cause healthy eating to fall to the wayside. Kids can end up munching on pizza, snacks, and junk food too frequently, instead of freshly prepared, well-rounded meals.
CLARK – Boy Scout Troop 310 of Clark is selling 2011 Entertainment coupon books. The scouts have books for Essex/Union/Hudson and Eastern Morris Counties and Middlesex/Somerset/Hunterdon and Southern Union Counties on hand, along with the New York City one.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Colonia High School’s Class of 1970 is holding its 40th Anniversary Reunion on Sept. 25 at the Crowne Plaza, Route 27 in Edison, from 7-11 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person.
AUGUSTA — Did you know that thousands of wild horses still roam America’s western rangelands? Too many in fact, and that is why the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) periodically offers these “Living Legends” to the general public for adoption.