CLARK — Arthur L. Johnson High School’s production of the famed Kander and Ebb musical “Cabaret” hits the stage this weekend.
CLARK — The Wednesday Senior Citizens Club of Clark is sponsoring a trip to enjoy the Brighton Beach Cabaret, an authentic Russian-style nightclub show, at the Royal Manor in Garfield on Wednesday, May 25. The club invites members and non-members to sign up for the trip.
CLARK — Students at Valley Road School are collecting donations for Pennies for Patients to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society from March 28 until April 18. This is the fourth year that this school is participating in this fundraiser.
Frank L. Knies of Sarasota, Fla., formally of Clark, passed away on March 24. He was 83.
PLAINFIELD – Authorities are asking for the public’s help in their search for a second suspect in the Sept. 28, 2010 murder of a 44-year-old Plainfield taxi driver.
RAHWAY – The city’s annual talent show, presented by the Rahway Recreation Department, is set for Friday, April 15, at the Union County Performing Arts Center. The talent competition is divided into three age groups: youth, teen and adult.
SCOTCH PLAINS — The Scotch Plains S.A.L. American Legion Post 209 sponsored its annual raffle which raised $2,500 to benefit the Center For Hope Hospice Camp Starbright located at 175 Glenside Avenue in Scotch Plains.
RAHWAY — Second grade students at Franklin School in Rahway recently learned about units of capacity. To share their knowledge, they created drawings of “capacity creatures.”
UNION – It has been said that a soul mate is the one who makes life come to life. For people with disabilities, who sometimes face challenges enjoying life to its fullest potential and therefore treasure each success perhaps more dearly than people without disabilities, finding a soul mate can be their greatest triumph. Yet while people with disabilities sometimes struggle to achieve their rights to respect, independence and self-sufficiency, they usually find falling in love as natural a process as it is for everyone else in the world.
RAHWAY — On the morning of March 17, the third grade students of Franklin Elementary School in Rahway were searching for the “Big Dipper” and “Orion’s Belt” in the school gym. Surprisingly, they were able to locate them – with the help of STARLAB and Math and Science coach, Roya Basu.