TRENTON – New Jersey’s Board of Public Utilities’ Clean Energy Program™ is helping residents with their spring cleaning. All it takes is the decision to part ways with that second refrigerator or freezer and you can make a little extra money, save more money through lower electric bills and create extra garage or basement space.
By the time I have listened to the morning news and had a good read of the newspaper, it’s a wonder that I can venture out of the house and make my way to work. I feel how the Wicked Witch of the West must have felt when she first descended on Oz and was warned by Glenda that a house could drop on her, too.
HACKENSACK – Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey is hosting its second annual “It’s Always Something” Teen Essay Contest to encourage high school teens to write an engaging, heartfelt essay that focuses on the impact cancer has had on their lives.
UNION – The YM-YWHA of Union is offering the community its annual model Passover Seder on Wednesday, April 13, at 11 a.m.
Drill Team Performance • April 1 at 7 p.m. – The Rahway High School Junior ROTC drill team, the Devil Pups, will perform their award-winning routines at the high school gym, 1012 Madison Ave. Free admission, but donations to defray the cost of attending a national drill team competition in Daytona, Fla. are appreciated.
LINDEN — The Linden Department of Public Property and Community Services is sponsoring tennis classes for all Linden residents ages 5 to 16.
CLARK – Summer is just around the corner and the Clark Community Pool is getting ready for its 38th season. Membership applications are available at www.ourclark.com and there will be an open house on Saturday, May 21, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
ELMWOOD PARK–Spencer Savings Bank, a mutually-owned community savings bank headquartered in Elmwood Park, raised a total of $8,500 to benefit children suffering from Muscular Dystrophy through its participation in the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA)’s 28th annual St. Patrick’s Day fundraising campaign, “Shamrocks Against Dystrophy.”
(NAPSI)—Each spring, millions of Americans turn their attention to tackling the big job of annual spring-cleaning at home, but most people overlook another important aspect that could use a deep clean: their online lives.