CLARK– The American Cancer Society, along with Clark Township, will be hosting an overnight “Birthday Party”, expecting more than 1,000 guests. However, this is not a birthday celebration in the usual sense.
KEENE, N.H. — Keene State College has announced the names of 744 students who were candidates for graduation this month with associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degrees.
Victoria Gaydos of Bishop Ahr High School (Edison) was presented a 2010 Caring Award by the Middlesex County Guidance Council.
RAHWAY — On the evening of April 28, Rahway High School’s Blue Tri Club sponsored its annual benefit, the King of Hearts, in order to raise funds for the Olympic Day for Special Needs Children, an event held annually in Rahway during the month of May.
Private family services for Margaret von der Becke Buckley, 101, of Holland, Texas will be at a later date in Rahway. She died Tuesday, May 11 at her home.
CLARK — Clark children proudly show off their tennis form during the “Kiddie Tennis” program at Clark Recreation.
RAHWAY — In April, several students from Rahway High School attended male empowerment training at a workshop held by Empwer Today’s Youth LLC.
RAHWAY — On Saturday, April 20, 25 Rahway High School students volunteered to clean up debris along the Rahway River in Rahway River Park.
ISELIN – Indus American Bank announced Randhir Kalia as vice president, branch administrator and marketing director.
LINDEN — The Linden Policemen’s Benevolent Association (PBA) Local #42 and the Linden Police Superior Officers Association thanked Linden High School art teacher Lee Gaskins and his students for turning ordinary 55 gallon drums into works of art.
RAHWAY — Students at Franklin School in Rahway recently held their spring dance recital. Under the direction of Valerie Blanchard, first through fifth grade students performed an array of Disney theme songs.
There’s a good reason the horse is New Jersey’s state animal. The Garden State’s rich agricultural heritage was built with horses and plows, long before the advent of tractors. Although today horses are rarely used for crop farming, they’re still an integral part of our state’s agricultural economy.
On Saturday, May 8, Linden Interfaith Network for Community Services,Inc. [LINCS] was the beneficiary of The National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.