NEWARK–While the start of a new school year is a time of excitement for most students and parents, for the families of children with food allergies, this time can also bring fear of exposure to foods that trigger allergic reactions.
David Brooks in Tuesday’s New York Times commits the standard error of pundits who want to appear neutral but know the Romney-Ryan plan would be a disaster for America. He asserts that Ryan makes a serious effort at entitlement reform.
CRANFORD – This fall Union County College’s Division of Continuing Education is offering several new seasonal cooking classes taught by personal chef Adrienne Cymbala and professional cooking instructor Suzanne Zimmer Lowery. These hands-on classes are taught in the college’s kitchen and students will have fun tasting their kitchen creations at the end of each class.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Dress for Success Mercer County will present Cocktails for a Cause: Celebrating 5 Years of Success from 6-8:30 p.m. on Oct. 11 at Greenacres Country Club, 2170 Lawrence Road, Lawrenceville.
UNION COUNTY – Now in Plainfield, Cranford and Elizabeth, The Industry-Business Institute at Union County College offers free classes in basic Microsoft applications on an open enrollment basis so employers can boost employee efficiency and responsiveness to demands on the job. Registration is now possible for September classes.