LATHAM, N.Y. — Major General Patrick A. Murphy, The Adjutant General for the State of New York, recently announced the promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for additional responsibility and leadership.
LINDEN – Infineum USA L.P. celebrated the national “Take Our Children To Work Day” by hosting “Youth Day 2011” for the children of employees that work in the two Linden facilities. The purpose of the day is to share with the children the various work activities in which Infineum employees are engaged.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The Two Hundred Club of Union County will present the Medal of Valor to 17 individuals at this year’s annual awards luncheon today at L’Affaire in Mountainside.
ROSELLE — After many delays and under the threat of penalty and fines from the New Jersey Division of Local Government Services, the Roselle Council recently voted 5-1 to pass a municipal budget that includes a tax increase averaging approximately $250 or more per household.
CLARK – Roadwork that will close Brant Avenue from the Parkway Circle to Westfield Avenue will begin on or about Thursday, May 12. Weather permitting, the project should be complete in approximately three days.
Fish Fry • May 6 from 5-7 p.m. – First Presbyterian Church of Iselin, 1295 Oak Tree Rd., will host Argyle’s Fish (& Chicken) Fry. $12 adults / $11 seniors & children under 12. Info: 1-732-283-1188.
UNION – Mother’s Day, the second Sunday in May, is a day set apart for honoring all mothers. At Calvary Assembly of God, Rev. John W. Bechtel will present a special Mother’s Day message at both of the church’s morning services.
CLARK — The student representative to the Clark Board of Education, senior Scott Cheshul, was honored at this week’s reorganization meeting of the Clark Board of Education.
CLARK — Clark Recreation is currently running a three-week skateboard/skooter clinic at the Esposito Park on Madison Hill Road. The students are learning basic skateboard moves and tricks from well-trained skateboarders
CLARK — St. John the Apostle School’s student-body president, Darius Singletary was a mystery reader in Patricia Stryker’s fifth grade class.