WASHINGTON, D.C. — This year’s holiday stamps extend diverse greetings. The 44-cent First-Class stamps include Christmas: Madonna and Sleeping Child by Sassoferrato, Eid, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Winter Holidays.
TRENTON—Challenging young people to pursue their dreams, the New Jersey Hall of Fame announced the newest class of inductees with legends and luminaries ranging from jazz great Count Basie to President Woodrow Wilson.
ROSELLE PARK—“Make Your Own” Holiday Craft Class, will be offered on Dec. 17 from 4 – 6 p.m. as a fundraiser for the art gallery at the Casano Community Center.
LINDEN-This is an excerpt from material given to me by Walter Tylicki:
“Early in April 1909, Miss Louise Clougher—now Mrs. Conlon—was employed in the office of the Linden and Union Realty Company, located at the present site (1959) of the Linden Police Headquarters on West Blancke Street.
CLARK—The Dr. William Robinson Plantation & Museum, located at 593 Madison Hill Road, Clark, will hold its third annual holiday celebration on Saturday, Dec. 5, and Sunday, Dec. 6, from noon to 5 p.m.
Most people would not believe that a fully stocked refrigerator and bar could precede an alcohol or drug addiction later in life.
LINDEN—Recently Mayor Richard J. Gerbounka cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Abigail’ Café, a new restaurant in Linden located on the corner of West Elizabeth Avenue and North Stiles Street.
CLARK – The popular cookie class – just in time for the holidays – is one of the many programs and classes offered by the Clark Recreation Department.
Every so often it is pleasant to see just a nice movie. One preferably with a beginning, middle and an end.
WOODBRIDGE—Some winter memories the from Hopelawn section of Woodbridge sent to me by Thomas Saboy: