RAHWAY — The Epilepsy Foundation of NJ recently visited Franklin Elementary School in Rahway. Students in kindergarten through third grade were invited to the auditorium for the ‘Heads up for Safety’ helmet safety program.
CLARK — Valley Road School in Clark held their annual Halloween Parade on Friday, Nov. 4, due to inclement weather on Halloween. Characters from children’s books came alive as staff members dressed up as characters from children’s literature.
NEW BRUNSWICK/HILLSIDE – Michael McGuinness, CEO of NAIOP New Jersey, accepted eight bags filled with back packs and school supplies from Ilene Jablonski, senior director of marketing and public relations for Mack-Cali Realty Corporation.
McLEAN, Va. – The New Jersey City University women’s soccer team enjoyed a historical season on the field during the 2011 campaign, and two prominent members of the starting lineup have earned accolades for their accomplishments on the pitch and in the classroom.
CLARK — Students in Mrs. Gotti’s fifth grade class at Valley Road School in Clark worked on a science experiment demonstrating chemical change. The students measured the change in temperature that occurred after they added vinegar and baking soda to water.
ELIZABETH – The TD Charitable Foundation has provided a $15,000 grant to Community Access Unlimited in support of the agency’s HomeShare Program, which matches people who have a home but who are in need of assistance for various reasons with those seeking a home, thereby helping both parties. The TD Charitable Foundation is the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®.
ELIZABETH – Community Access Unlimited applauded the continuing efforts of two high-ranking state administrators who each day focus on improving life opportunities for people with disabilities and at-risk youth at the agency’s 31st Annual Gala, held October 26 at L’Affaire in Mountainside.
Just when you started to think it might be safe to fly again… Remember those whole-body, X-ray scanners the government installed in airports across the country and kept insisting were so safe?
STATE — To help feed families in need this holiday season, The Provident Bank is hosting a food drive at select branches from Nov. 9 through Nov. 30. The food will be distributed to local food pantries.