CRANFORD—A representative of SCORE will provide a free seminar entitled “25 Businesses You Can Start with Little or No Money” at the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue, Cranford, on Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m.
CRANFORD—Looking for some good reading at bargain prices?
BERKELEY HEIGHTS – L’Oréal USA opened a new office complex in Berekely Heights near Route 78 this week, consolidating operations from locations in Clark, Cranbury, Cranford, South Brunswick and Westfield in one location.
CRANFORD—The Cranford and Kenilworth public libraries will partner on a two-part “Meet the Author” series featuring readings by contemporary American authors. Both sessions will be held in the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue in Cranford.
CRANFORD – Distinguish yourself from other, similarly qualified employees in your field by refining your interpersonal and written communication skills. Through an eight-week course at Union County College, you can gain such skills for professional as well as personal development in a highly competitive marketplace. The course, “Effective Communications in Business,” will begin in mid-October and extend through early December.
CRANFORD—The following courses are being offered through Union County College’s Division of Economic Development and Continuing Education, on the college’s Cranford campus at 1033 Springfield Avenue. For more information on any course or to register, call 1-908-709-7600.
CLARK—Rev. James Tate will be guest speaker at Mountaintop Assembly’s services on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009, Rev. John DiGiorgio, pastor announced.
CRANFORD—The Mountain Plains Mothers of Multiples will hold its Fall Swap n’ Sell on Saturday, Sept. 26. This bi-annual sale provides an opportunity to purchase gently used children’s clothing and shoes, toys, games, and other items at reasonable prices.
CRANFORD—Calvary Lutheran Church will return to its fall and winter schedule beginning on Sunday, Sept. 27.
EDISON—Patriotism and the solemnity of Sept. 11 were not overlooked by second graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, who created greeting cards for a local soldier serving in the United States Navy.