CRANFORD – While sun and fun at the beach are standard fare during the summer months, it’s also an excellent time to hone your employment search skills. To facilitate this effort, Union County College will present two, single-session seminars in Resume Writing and Job Interview Techniques during June at its Cranford Campus.
PISCATAWAY — What’s the most effective tool for reducing the number one killer of teens in New Jersey? Teens are invited to find out by attending Good Driving for Life, the first statewide Teen Safe Driving Summit, July 15, at Rutgers University’s Busch Campus Student Center in Piscataway.
EDISON — Democracy House, the Center for Civic Engagement at Middlesex County College, was named to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
CLARK – Fifth graders in Sherri D’Amico’s class at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School prepared themselves academically and spiritually for the NJ Assessment of Skills and Knowledge (NJ ASK) testing by designing their own t-shirts with motivational sayings.
TRENTON – The New Jersey State Library, local libraries and school libraries from across the state have partnered with the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority to encourage readers to “Read Like a Library Champion” by giving them the opportunity to win tickets to IZOD Center events by logging in the books they read at www.njlibrarychampions.org.
UNION COUNTY — The second annual Step Up for The Arc T-Shirt Contest is open to receive entries, announced Jean Quinn, corporate VP communications of Provident Bank and presenting sponsor of Step Up for The Arc 5K Walk/Run.
CLARK — The Center for Hope Hospice & Palliative Care will host its third annual Patrick Allocca Memorial 5K Run / Walk for Hope on Saturday, June 18, at Oak Ridge Park in Clark.
UNION COUNTY — The Union County Republican Women are planning a champagne birthday celebration for our nation’s 1st First Lady, Martha Washington.
CRANFORD — The Friends of the Cranford Public Library’s documentary film series continues with two Depression era classics, “The Plow That Broke the Plains” (1936, 49 minutes) and “The River” (1937, 32 minutes), on Monday, June 6, at 2 and 7 p.m. in the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue.