CRANFORD—CancerCare of New Jersey has announced its annual 5K run/Walk for Hope, sponsored by Novartis Oncology. The event will be taking place in four locations throughout New Jersey, including Nomahegan Park, Cranford on Saturday, Oct. 3. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the walk begins at 10 a.m.
ROSELLE PARK – Poet Leona M Seufert will read her poem “The Memory Keeper’s Promise” at this year’s Roselle Park annual Sept. 11 remembrance service on Friday Sept. 11, at 7 p.m. at the town’s Michael J. Mauri Park.
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Registration is now open for the Oct. 24 ACT achievement test. Students who wish to take the college admission and placement exam must register before Sept. 18.
LINDEN – Annabelle Lake (right) won a prize from the Linden Free Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading Club.
CRANFORD – From Sept. 25 to Oct. 31, the exhibition, “Transitory Space” by artist Leah Oates, will be on display at Union County College’s Tomasulo Gallery. Oates’ work is a collection of images from time she spent in Beijing, China, Newfoundland, Canada, and Chicago, Illinois in 2008.
In the race to save New Jersey’s remaining open and natural lands, it’s easy to forget that this state we’re in already has an abundance of amazing public lands that belong to us all.
PERTH AMBOY – Raritan Bay Medical Center has announced a number of events open to the public this September.
ELIZABETH – Trinitas Regional Medical Center has announced a number of events that are open to the public this September and October.
MILLTOWN—The Women’s Center at Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County is presenting two workshops for women.
EAST BRUNSWICK – The Middlesex County Federation of Democratic Women will host a celebration luncheon at the East Brunswick Chateau on Oct. 4.
MILLTOWN—Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County is offering computer training classes this fall.
UNION—Rev. John W. Bechtel, Senior Pastor of Calvary Assembly, announces that two important sermon series will begin on Sept. 6. The first series is titled “Sex, Power and Money.”
ELIZABETH—The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) projects that 25 percent of oncology drugs will be in oral form by 2013. The benefits, risks and efficient management of increasingly available oral chemotherapy for a variety of cancers are currently being evaluated at the Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center in Elizabeth.