CLARK – The township’s Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 6:30 p.m. for matters of personnel.
It’s no surprise that pregnancy causes many changes to a woman’s body. Extra weight, changing balance, and fatigue can all make sitting on the couch seem a very attractive proposition. But staying active can provide multiple benefits to you and your baby, making pregnancy an excellent time to adopt and stick to an exercise program.
PERTH AMBOY – To mark the observance of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, the Middlesex County Office of Public Health and the Middlesex County Cancer Coalition are sponsoring a prostate cancer awareness event in conjunction with the Puerto Rican Association for Human Development, the New Jersey Asian American Association for Human Services, and Param Care Foundation.
WOODBRIDGE-Memories from Ed Wilson after seeing a 2009 column of mine:
“Diane, I was born in 1944 and grew up in Woodbridge, having lived there until 1962. We lived on North Park Drive, where the pond is located (part of Heards Brook.) It drew dozens for fishing in the warm weather.
PERTH AMBOY – Raritan Bay Medical Center’s Division of Integrative Medicine will offer a variety of workshops as well as a free panel discussion on “The Many Faces of Integrative Medicine” this month.
CLARK – Jason’s Friends Foundation, Inc. is holding its inaugural car show on Sunday, Sept. 25. The event will be held at the Clark Community Pool on Oak Ridge Road. In addition to classic cars, there will be food, drinks, prizes, music and vendors.
More apt but less sensational and doubtlessly harder to fit on a marquee, director Jesse Peretz’s “Our Idiot Brother,” starring Paul Rudd as the supposed nitwit, should be titled “Our Idealistic but Somewhat Overtrusting and Occasionally Foolish Brother.”
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — A new season of Rutgers Master Gardener classes will be starting soon at the Middlesex County EARTH Center at Davidson’s Mill Pond Park, 42 Riva Avenue, South Brunswick.
LIVINGSTON — Obesity continues to be a problem among American children and teens. Youth that are overweight or obese have a greater risk for developing many health problems such as diabetes and hypertension.