UNION – Calvary Assembly of God church in Union will hold a special Thanksgiving Eve service on Wednesday, Nov. 25, beginning at 7:30 p.m., Rev. John W. Bechtel, announced.
ELIZABETH – Thanksgiving came early for a number of Union County residents seeking a home, in danger of losing theirs or simply facing financial difficulties when TD Bank made a $15,000 donation to Community Access Unlimited (CAU) for use in the HomeShare Program of Union County.
SCOTCH PLAINS—Best Friend Dog and Animal Adoption will hold a one day only 60% off your total bill sale at their Scotch Plains thrift store on Friday, Nov. 27. There will be a 50% off sale on Saturday Nov. 28.
UNION – The Human Rights Institute at Kean University will host its third annual international conference on human rights, Combating Hatred, on Friday, Jan. 29, 2010, at Wilkins Theatre, located at 1000 Morris Avenue, Union.
RAHWAY – Literacy Volunteers of Union County is recruiting new tutors to help adults learn how to read.
RAHWAY—On Monday, Nov. 17, as part of National Education Week, Rahway High School students from Mark Cantagallo’s African-American Studies class gave multimedia presentations of the history of slave revolts in the United States and abroad.
CLARK—The St. Agnes School Pre-K 4 classes recently visited Battleview Orchards in Freehold for a day of apple and pumpkin picking.
RAHWAY—The Student Government Association of Rahway High School, under the leadership of history teachers Donna Gerardo and Stephen Radler, held its annual Powder Puff girls football game on Thursday, Nov. 19.
SCOTCH PLAINS—Assemblywoman Linda Stender welcomes area residents to join the fight against hunger by donating non-perishable foods to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey this holiday season.
ELIZABETH – Trinitas Regional Medical Center agreed to pay $3.02 million plus interest to settle claims that it defrauded Medicare, though the hospital “emphatically denies” any wrongdoing.