TRENTON – More than $1.8 million in federal grant money is being allocated for developing, maintaining and improving recreational trails throughout New Jersey, the Department of Environmental Protection announced.
ELIZABETH – Community Access Unlimited (CAU) has received a $3 million line of credit from Sun National Bank that will enable the nonprofit agency to expand housing services for people with disabilities and at-risk youth.
LINDEN—Recently Mayor Richard J. Gerbounka cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Abigail’ Café, a new restaurant in Linden located on the corner of West Elizabeth Avenue and North Stiles Street.
ELIZABETH – Elizabeth resident Thomas Sagendorf was one of four students recently awarded the 2009 Navin Bros. Food Service Scholarship at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains.
CLARK – The popular cookie class – just in time for the holidays – is one of the many programs and classes offered by the Clark Recreation Department.
RAHWAY—During American Education Week, fifth graders at Roosevelt School participated in a Mathematics Funfair.
RAHWAY—Berkeley College President Dario A. Cortes, PhD, has announced that students from Rahway were named to the President’s and Dean’s Lists at Berkeley College for the Summer 2009 Quarter.
RAHWAY—On Nov. 19, Mrs. Cariello’s fifth grade class at Roosevelt School performed a play “Turk & Runt” for their families, friends and the some of the staff.
EDISON – Ann Hergenrother, Middle School Head at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, has announced the names of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students who have been named to the Honor Roll with Distinction and Regular Honor Roll during the first trimester of the 2009-2010 academic year.
ELIZABETH– Members of the Benedictine Academy chapter of the Junior State of America recently participated in debates at several fall Junior State conventions.
CLARK —The Pre-K4 class from Saint John the Apostle School had a blast celebrating “Clown Day.”
RAHWAY—Students in Tara Seeburger’s fourth grade class at Roosevelt School completed book reports last month. After analyzing the main character of the book, students created a likeness of the character using a potato.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Clark resident Thomas Kaluzny was one of four students recently awarded the 2009 Navin Bros. Food Service Scholarship at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains.