LINDEN – The Department of Public Property and Community Services Spring Soccer League recently concluded the 2009 season. The Hawks beat the Chargers 3-1 in the Minor Division Championship Game.
AVENEL—Amongst the corporate bailouts happening across the nation one Avenel-based company has continued to not only give back to those living locally but be the driving force behind many of the programs and services offered to those affected by multiple sclerosis.
SPOTSWOOD—Dr. Manuel T. Banzon, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon at Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute, (AOSMI) of Freehold and Monroe Township, is presenting a free, educational seminar “Nonsurgical Treatment for Knee and Hip Arthritis” at The Spotswood Senior Center, 1 Arlington Avenue, on July 23, at 3 p.m.
PERTH AMBOY—Perth Amboy’s Business Improvement District invites area residents to the 2009 Blueberry Festival & Jazz Concert.
PISCATAWAY—Helping someone struggling with cancer can be as simple as lacing up your running shoes and making a few clicks online.
MILLTOWN—Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County renamed its vocational services department in honor a former member of the Board of Trustees who died this spring.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK—On Tuesday, July 28, Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County will present a Build a Rain Barrel workshop from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the EARTH Center in Davidson’s Mill Pond Park, 42 Riva Avenue, South Brunswick.
PERTH AMBOY—The Royal Garden Club By The Bay will present “Perth Amboy-An Architectural Anthology.” This home and garden tour will be held on Sunday, July 26, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY—The Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders’ free summer concert series continues this week with performances in four county parks.
WOODBRIDGE—After I printed Thomas Saboy’s memories with the mention of former pro baseball player, South Amboy’s own Allie Clark, Mr. Saboy wrote back “I once won an autographed ‘Allie Clark’ baseball at an AS&R (Gugie’s) picnic at Vardy’s Grove in Fords in the late 1940s.”