HERNDON, Va. — The start of spring gets people excited about working in the yard. These days, many people want to create yards that are easier to maintain and more eco-friendly but they don’t know where to start.
There is a little Greenberg in all of us…an anti-everyman yearning to find comfort within his own skin while most anxiously declaring his individuality.
UNION—Kean University’s Department of Occupational Therapy (OT) will host the Special Olympics New Jersey Young Athletes Program (YAP) on Sunday, April 18, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Harwood Arena, located at 1000 Morris Avenue in Union.
CRANFORD—The Cranford Chamber of Commerce will be running their third networking event for 2010.
WESTFIELD – The Westfield Rotary has announced its April program schedule.
RAHWAY—Susan Bechelli’s fifth grade class at Grover Cleveland School recently held their annual egg drop competition. The contest is an experiment where students attempt to create packaging that can keep a raw chicken egg intact when dropped from a height.
UNION – Senior Nick Cesare (South Plainfield) recorded his second complete game win as Kean defeated Richard Stockton College, 5-3, in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opener for both Thursday afternoon.
RAHWAY—Venisha Jordan was named teacher of the 2010-2011 school year at Franklin School in Rahway.
STATE—Berkeley College President Dario A. Cortes, PhD, recently announced that students from Union and Middlesex counties have been inducted into national honor societies at Berkeley College.
CRANBURY—The Rev. Karin R. Mitchell, Rector of St. David’s Episcopal Church in Cranbury has been chosen as one of 28 participants in the twenty-sixth class of the Clergy Leadership Project to take place in West Cornwall, Conn.
STATE—Amy Mansue, president and chief executive officer of Children’s Specialized Hospital is among three of New Jersey citizens who have been recognized for their humanitarian accomplishments by the American Conference on Diversity at is annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner at the Pleasentdale Chateau in West Orange on March 24.
EDISON—The Middlesex County College Nursing Program has been accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). The program was accredited the first year it was eligible, which is after the first class has graduated.
The amount of sales and income taxes increases yearly while property taxes are relatively static.