How many enjoy the day off to go to Atlantic City? There are some, I’m sure, tell you it’s not their cup of tea, but I’m one who does enjoy it. Some will tell you they spend the bonus, enjoy a nice luncheon and walk the boardwalk, of course, when it’s a nice day. For me, it’s a change of pace where I don’t have to be concerned about driving at a minimal cost.
SCOTCH PLAINS — While many Scotch Plains families are busy with holiday activities, a group of local volunteers is focused on filling empty shoe boxes with school supplies, toys, hygiene items and notes of encouragement for needy kids overseas.
MONTVILLE – The Montville Public Library will host a book sale this weekend to raise money for the Montville Animal Shelter. There will be thousands of books – fiction, non-fiction, best sellers, cookbooks, children’s books and more – for sale at bargain prices.
SUMMIT – The staff and students of Union County Vo-Tech School in Scotch Plains reached out to United Way wanting to make a donation to The Summit Baby Center.
Professionalism and the practice of law are united as one. Indeed, attorneys are the embodiment of professionalism. The practice of law, after all, is a profession not a business. Attorneys adhere to a much higher standard than the ethics of the marketplace.
EDISON – Second grade students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School enjoy delicacies from around the world at the United Nations Luncheon on October 20 in the Oakwood Room. Each student brought a dish that represents his or her country.
A dangerous process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has made natural gas extraction economical in areas where it was formerly unreachable. The process involves pressurized fluid used to fracture layers of rock, releasing natural gas to the surface.
MIDDLETOWN – The Provident Bank was recently honored by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth & Middlesex Counties for its contributions to the organization and commitment to the community at the 13th annual “Matching Smiles Gala” at Navesink Country Club in Middletown.
CLARK — Arthur L. Johnson High School Art Teacher Bryan Klimchak presented a puppetry workshop this past week at the annual New Jersey School Boards Association Conference in Atlantic City.