BRIDGEVILLE –There are more than 25.6 million adult male smokers in the United States. Over 17 percent of adult males in New Jersey are smokers. This Father’s Day, the American Lung Association in New Jersey encourages fathers to quit smoking and urges their families to support them as they attempt to quit for good.
WOODBRIDGE– For over 100 years, the third Sunday in June has been set aside as a time for families to celebrate all that it means to be called ‘Dad’. Often, the day is filled with celebrations of fatherhood and paternal bonds, especially the one between father and son.
EDISON — The Edison Police Department will be conducting a Junior Police Academy which will be held in two separate sessions: Aug. 1-5 and Aug. 8-12, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sometimes I think that Father’s Day plays second fiddle to Mother’s Day. Maybe all the flower and jewelry commercials that try to convince us to ‘show mom how much you love her’ have something to do with it. Maybe women just need affirmation more than men because we are wired differently.
CLARK — Clark seniors were treated to a morning of beauty by L’Oreal as 20 employees came to the Rec Center and did the seniors face make up and nails
EDISON — Macada Brandl of Fanwood, Upper School Latin and mathematics teacher, brought her dance expertise to the Lower School Physical Education Department and enjoyed teaching rhythm classes to Pre-K through second grade classes this spring.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Chabad House at Rutgers University recently hosted its first ever “Jon Shevell – Sinai Scholars” Graduation Ceremony.
CLARK – The Clark Women’s Softball League began play last week. Eighty women play softball once a week, sponsored by Clark Recreation. (Photos courtesy of Clark Recreation)
ELIZABETH—Benedictine Academy’s Emilie Burke, a recent Class of 2011 graduate, is headed for Princeton University next fall. Burke’s determination and achievements during her four years at the all-female Catholic high school in Elizabeth helped her earn a spot on Princeton’s freshman roster.