FARMINGDALE, N.Y.—As a kick-off to the U.S. Open National Championship, youngsters who participate in First Tee of Middlesex County’s golf and life skills went to Bethpage State Park for U.S. Open Junior Day.
TRENTON—Teens and tweens from 28 New Jersey libraries will have the chance to win a trip to WWE®’s SummerSlam in Los Angeles this summer by taking part in the SummerSlam Reading Jam.
EDISON – The Edison Recreation Department will organize the 16th annual adult co-ed softball league this fall.
PRINCETON—On June 9, 14-year-old Kayla Bashe received a program award from the Displaced Homemakers Network of New Jersey at the organization’s 21st Annual Awards Reception held at the official home of the Governor of New Jersey in Princeton.
NEWARK—David J. Milanes of Iselin was appointed to the United States Military Academy.
WOODBRIDGE—Starting on July 14, the Woodbridge YMCA will collaborate with the Lance Armstrong foundation to aid cancer survivors in their journey back to fitness.
MONROE—Dr. Gerardo Goldberger, a senior member of Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute of Freehold and Monroe townships will also compete for Team USA as a triathlete at the World Maccabiah Games, being held in Israel this July.
EDISON – Outgoing Edison Mayor Jun Choi got married last week to London banker Lisa Lee, in a small private ceremony on Ellis Island.
PERTH AMBOY—Raritan Bay Area YMCA’s coed volleyball league offers competitive play for recreational players.
SAYREVILLE-On Oct. 4, 1918, the T. A. Gillespie Shell-Loading Factory in Morgan exploded, destroying the factory and breaking windows for miles around the area. South Amboy was evacuated and thousands fled their homes to Perth Amboy over the Victory Bridge. Shell parts were still being collected in 1997 from Sayreville’s Eisenhower School.