STATE—Nancy Jackson (left), newly elected president of the Children’s Specialized Hospital Auxiliary to the hospital’s Board of Trustees, stands alongside past president Gail Sloan as they receive a resolution adopted by the hospital’s board recognizing a centennial of volunteerism and service to the hospital’s young patients with special needs.
EDISON-Anyone have memories of Mirror Lake or United Skates of America? Remember taking the #4 bus to Perth Amboy?
CLARK– In the spirit the holidays, second grade students at F.K. Hehnly School in Clark donated their holiday money to a good cause.
CRANFORD – From Jan. 22 through Feb. 25, the group exhibition, “It’s Personal”, will be on display in the Tomasulo Gallery in the MacKay Library of the Cranford campus of Union County College.
CLARK—Hallmark Realtors has a Seniors Lifestyle Division to address the various real estate issues of maturing adults, 50 and over. Three sales associates—Joanne Mordas, Joyce Sretenovic and Michele Savage—have earned the SRES® Designation.
MADISON, Wis.- Winter weight gain doesn’t have to be a fact of life—even with the body’s chemical changes that can compel you to binge on carbs and “comfort foods.”
FAIRFIELD, Conn.—Ashley Amalfe of Clark was named to the Dean’s List at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., for the fall 2009 semester.
The recent election for US Senator in Massachusetts has some lessons. Andrew Jackson was the first President to say “rotation in office” is the mark of democracy. Inheriting a political position or keeping it for life is a mark of aristocracy, which is anti-democratic.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—States can save money and stimulate their economies by protecting funding for effective pre-kindergarten and home visiting programs, according to a new issue brief by the Partnership for America’s Economic Success.