NEW BRUNSWICK – New Jersey Blood Services, a division of New York Blood Center, will hold a special blood drive in the donor room at 167 New Street, New Brunswick on Wednesday, Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. This unique drive will be open particularly to individuals who have type “O” blood.
CLARK — Mrs. Peitz, a first grade teacher at Valley Road School in Clark, with the aid of Krista Kukan, co-chairwoman of the PTA-sponsored Reading Committee, held the school’s annual “Storytime” recently.
EDISON – Julia Linger, an eighth grader at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison and a Cranford resident, was recently named to the Central Jersey Music Educators Association (CJMEA) Intermediate Region II Chorus for the second consecutive year.
“How do we get people involved in our town?” So many of our communities and organizations are suffering from “STP” (same ten people) syndrome. It not only wears them out, we also miss the new people and ideas that can make a real difference.
People who make an impact are sometimes called “rainmakers.” But how about those who measure the rain? Knowledge about rain and snow patterns in New Jersey is power!
RAHWAY — Nicole Jonas, an eighth grade teacher at Rahway Middle School, will be a contestant on “Wheel of Fortune” tonight.
At My Credit Specialist, we have been watching the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs’ credit repair campaign very carefully, and we would like to respond to some of the claims they made about credit repair companies in the recent article “NJ Launches Credit Repair Information Campaign.”
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — On Wednesday, Jan. 26, Middlesex County will conduct its Point-in-Time Count 2011 (PITC) survey throughout the county’s 25 municipalities. This annual survey assists in developing a “snapshot” of the number of homeless persons living unsheltered outside, in emergency shelters or transitional housing programs.
TRENTON – The Assembly State Government Committee will hear testimony today about the closing of the Motor Vehicle Commission facility in Elizabeth, the state’s fourth largest city.