New Art Exhibit Commemorates the Holocaust

MORRISTOWN – Old books with pages torn or ripped out entirely, held together with wire and thread … these are the materials Jersey City artist Aileen Bassis used to create the sculptures symbolizing the lost lives of the Holocaust in her upcoming art exhibit on display from November 2 to 15, 2009, in the Upper Lobby, Annunciation Center, at the College of Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road, Morristown, New Jersey.

College Financial Aid Workshop

MOUNTAINSIDE — A free parent-student college workshop entitled, “College Financial Aid/FAFSA” will take place from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16, at the Mountainside Public Libary. The workshop will provide a complete overview of the financial aid process.

College Holds Health & Safety Fair

EDISON—Edison Firefighter John Kantra shows (from left) Adjoa Carson (Perth Amboy), Alexis Lockwood (Old Bridge) and Shannon Williams (New Brunswick) of the Middlesex County College Child Care Center the department’s thermal imaging camera, which allows firefighters to detect people in smoky buildings.

Woodbridge Township Salutes Italian American Heritage

WOODBRIDGE—Senator Joseph F. Vitale and The Knights of Columbus Colonia Council # 6571 held a flag-raising ceremony on Oct. 12 in observance of Columbus Day. Special guests included Congressman Leonard Lance, Assemblyman John Wisniewski, Mayor John E. McCormac and members of the Woodbridge Township Council.

College Financial Aid Workshop

NEW PROVIDENCE — A free parent-student college workshop entitled, “College Financial Aid/FAFSA” will take place from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10, at the New Providence Public Library. The workshop will provide a complete overview of the financial aid process.

Hospital Offers Advice to Avoid Premature Delivery

NEWARK— Worldwide more than 1 million babies born prematurely die each year before they are a month old. Infants who survive premature birth face lifelong health risks, including the possible development of cerebral palsy, blindness, hearing loss, learning disabilities and other chronic conditions, according to the March of Dimes.

United Nations Lesson

EDISON—Pooja Nandhyala of Woodbridge, a student in Katherine Heiss’ third grade class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, gave a presentation on the United Nations for the second graders on Oct. 15.