RAHWAY — Students in Mrs. Prakapas’ 4th grade class at Roosevelt School in Rahway recently started a Science unit called Structures of Life. From the first investigation the children learned seeds are diverse and common, seeds change and grow when supplied with water, and seeds are alive.
EDISON — Jay Raval of South Plainfield and Matt Handzy of Westfield were the winners of the eighth annual Science Fair at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison last month. Upper School students presented some of their most innovative work and gave judges Roland Marionni, Barbara Drake and Tom Gilbert plenty to ponder.
ROSELLE PARK–The Roselle Park Casano Community Center Art Gallery is having a photography contest around the theme “Roselle Park in Spring – Bloomin’ Beautiful!”. Entrants will be eligible to exhibit their submissions for the June gallery exhibit.
CRANFORD—Pedals for Progress, in its continuing effort to recycle bicycles properly, will stage a used bicycle collection on Saturday, May 12, from noon to 3 p.m. at the Orange Avenue Pool, 1025 Orange Avenue in Cranford. The collection is being sponsored by the Cranford Rotary Club.
SPRINGFIELD–The Springfield Free Public Library offers delivery services to the homebound. The library is in the process of collecting applications from potential delivery recipients as well as volunteer drivers.