NEW BRUNSWICK — Chabad House at Rutgers University recently hosted its first ever “Jon Shevell – Sinai Scholars” Graduation Ceremony.
CLARK – The Clark Women’s Softball League began play last week. Eighty women play softball once a week, sponsored by Clark Recreation. (Photos courtesy of Clark Recreation)
ELIZABETH—Benedictine Academy’s Emilie Burke, a recent Class of 2011 graduate, is headed for Princeton University next fall. Burke’s determination and achievements during her four years at the all-female Catholic high school in Elizabeth helped her earn a spot on Princeton’s freshman roster.
EDISON — The New Jersey and Edison Chambers of Commerce recently presented the Economic Forum III program at the Pines Manor in Edison.
EDISON — Virgil Blanco of Edison, chairperson of the Middlesex County College Department of ESL/Languages and Culture Department, was recently presented the Outstanding Service to the College Award for administrators.
EDISON — Chris Fusaro, Regional Manager of Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Edison, poses with Frank Hasner, Director of the Franklin Township Food Bank and Serena Bennerman (Operations Director).
John Rapanos, DPS, CFP, Berkeley College Dean, School of Business; Dario A. Cortes, PhD, President of Berkeley College; Eduardo Perez of Elizabeth, 2011 New Jersey Alumnus of the Year; and Kevin L. Luing, Berkeley College Chairman of the Board.
EDISON – Kelsey Hart, a graduating senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School, was honored at the NJSIAA 18th Annual Scholar/Athlete Awards Program & Luncheon last month.
ELIZABETH – Bank of America again this year reinforced its commitment to helping build and support the communities it serves with a grant of $7,500 to Community Access Unlimited (CAU) for use in the agency’s employment services programs.