NEW BRUNSWICK – In an attempt to collect 1,050 pints of blood and regain the title for sponsoring the largest university one-day blood drive in the northeast, while at the same time raising funds for injured football player Eric LeGrand, Rutgers University students are sponsoring a university wide drive on four campuses, on Tuesday, Feb. 15 from 4 to 11 p.m.
LINDEN – Linden Recreation will offer karate classes for students ages 5 through 15 this spring.
LINDEN — The Gregorio Center at 330 Helen Street has programs available for Linden seniors to let them meet new people, make friends and have some fun.
HOUSTON, Texas – This summer, high-school science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers will have the chance to fly experiments on an early unmanned flight of a suborbital reusable launch vehicle (RLV).
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RAHWAY – The Rahway Police Athletics League has partnered with Modell’s Sporting Goods for the Team Weeks 2011 fundraiser.
EDISON — An exhibition of art with the common theme of toys opened at Middlesex County College with a reception Feb. 10. Some are actual toys that can be handled, some are sculptures, and some are photographs.
PLAINFIELD – Union County College’s Industry-Business Institute is offering free Microsoft Office 2010 computer classes for the employees of business owners.
Dear EarthTalk: Has the use of E-ZPass and similar programs to facilitate faster highway toll-paying cut down on traffic jams and therefore tailpipe pollution? Why do we need tolls at all?
— Dianne Comstock, New York, NY