ELIZABETH—Trinitas Regional Medical Center will sponsor a Medical Explorers Post for teens and young adults aged 15 – 20, male and female, who are interested in exploring medical careers. The Explorers is a division of the Boy Scouts of America.
LIVINGSTON—On Thursday, Sept. 24, Saint Barnabas Medical Center and Outpatient Centers will launch the Mom to Mom Interactive Series. The first program, Handling Weight Issues in Children, will feature Debra Gill, PhD, director of the Healthy LIFE® -Weight Management Program.
NEWARK—Robert Drummond of Hillside lost count of the number of times his heart stopped. Pacemakers, defibrillators, medications and hope were not enough to keep his heart beating while he waited for a transplant. Now, an extraordinary new heart pump is bridging that gap.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Middle school students throughout Union County may learn about sustainability this fall by building their own wind turbines and cooking with solar energy. The hands-on activities took place during a “Green Boot Camp” for middle school teachers. The camp was developed through a partnership between Honeywell and Union County Vocational-Technical Schools, to help middle school teachers learn about the latest green education tools.
PERTH AMBOY – The city’s Office on Aging invites Perth Amboy seniors (60 and over) to a Hawaiian-style luau at the Alexander F. Jankowski Community Center, 1 Olive Street, at 11 a.m. on Aug. 26.
Fall is the time of year to get your house in order before winter sets in. For most homeowners, this means it is once again time for a good, old-fashioned gutter cleaning.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ is looking for adult volunteers in Carteret and Woodbridge to fill open positions in local troop committees (leaders, assistant leaders, chaperones).
LINDEN—The Linden Department of Public Property and Community Services has planned a Little Kickers Fall Soccer Clinic for city boys and girls, ages 4 and 5.
ELIZABETH — The Merck Institute for Science Education held its Academy for Leadership in Science Instruction in Princeton earlier this month. The three-year K-12 professional development program brings together teachers, principals and district administrators to create a community of science educators and leaders who will work to strengthen science instruction in their schools and districts for years to come.