UNION – Girls ages 5 – 13 are invited to attend the second annual OMG! Tea Party on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2:00 p.m., at the Liberty Hall Mansion & Museum located at Kean University, 1003 Morris Avenue, Union.
My wife recently enrolled in graduate school, so like millions of other Americans we’ve paid close attention to news about student loan programs. One recent example: A key component of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act will result in several significant modifications to the how federal student loans are offered and processed.
UNION — The Union Public Library continues its International Film Festival with six selections for summer 2010 beginning on Tuesday, July 13 and continuing every Tuesday through Aug. 17.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Aside from being a community center to donate whole blood and platelets, New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of the New York Blood Center (NYBC), is now host to the Gallery at 167 New Street in New Brunswick, which is presently exhibiting until Aug. 19th, Flashes of Hope, the works of three New Jersey artists who have been affected by cancer.
ELIZABETH – Since 1984, victims of sexual assault have been able to rely on sensitive, reliable assistance from the Union County Rape Crisis Center, through a corps of trained volunteer confidential sexual violence advocates.
Photo credit: Eddy Van 3000LINDEN — All Star Pet Rescue has introduced a new program designed to help more older dogs get out of the pound and into safe and loving homes.
WASHINGTON, D.C.? The National Peace Corps Association, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization supporting Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) and the Peace Corps community, announced today it has launched a contest for the best short video on YouTube to honor the Peace Corps’ upcoming 50th anniversary.
CLARK — Through games on July 11, East Coast Conditioning leads the Clark Men’s Softball League with a 17-2 record.
LAKEWOOD – The Delmarva Shorebirds took an early lead and didn’t look back Sunday evening, beating the BlueClaws 7-2.
HIGHTSTOWN – Battling intense heat, Ethan Wall of Brielle shot a 70-73 – 143 total to place first in the Boys division, and Kuriko Tsukiyama of Bogota shot a 75-69 – 144 total to place first in the Girls division at the 36-hole New Jersey state qualifier for the Trusted Choice Big “I” National Championship which took place July 6, at Peddie Golf Club in Hightstown.
MOUNTAINSIDE–Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation hosted the 21st annual Golf Classic on Monday, June 7, at Montclair Golf Club in West Orange. Over 150 golfers and donors showed their support by raising $100,000 for Children’s Specialized Hospital, a non-profit pediatric rehabilitation hospital that has been serving children with special needs for over 120 years.
SOUTH AMBOY — Thomas Reilly of South Amboy just completed his first year at Rutgers University with a 3.9 GPA and has been named to the dean’s list.
LINDEN — Summer Camp is in full swing and children are having lots of fun at Castle Learning Center.