ADELPHIA – Camp Quality New Jersey, a volunteer-driven, community-funded non-profit organization providing free sleep-away camping experiences for children with cancer, is seeking volunteers for its summer 2013 session from June 22-June 27. The session is held at a camp off I-80 in Sussex County.
EDISON — The fourth grade students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison learned about the Lenape Indians during an interactive presentation on Feb. 7. Beverly Friend, a Native American, made her annual presentation to the students, who sat in a large circle and listened carefully. Some even enjoyed the opportunity to try on items worn by the Lenape Indians.
Tapping America’s vast wind resources requires a commitment to building high capacity transmission infrastructure. An improved electrical grid will create rural jobs in both transmission and wind industries, bring more wind energy online and help secure a clean energy future in regions rich in wind potential.
LINDEN — On Jan. 31, the Linden Kiwanis hosted a luncheon for the School No. 4 K-Kids. The K-Kids had an official meeting, with Kiwanis members in attendance. At this meeting the School 4 K-Kids executive officers updated the Linden Kiwanis m embers of the recent K-Kids sponsored activities and fund raising for the school and community.
CLARK — All junior health classes at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark are learning about lifestyle disease and the good and bad choices they can make with them.
NEW BRUNSWICK — An evening of fine food and music is in the offing at the 43rd annual Middlesex County College Scholarship Gala. The event will be Saturday, March 2 at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick.