JERSEY CITY — Senior striker Julia Caseres (Union) is the New Jersey City University Women’s Athlete of the Week for the third time this season and the 13th time in her three-year Gothic Knight career.
Political commentator James J. Devine calls for unity as we pursue solutions to America’s problems: “At its heart, the frustration among voters in this deeply divided nation is essentially rooted in one thing: There has been a class war waged against the working middle class for nearly thirty years and its effect is finally being felt.”
ELIZABETH — Trinitas Regional Medical Center, in partnership with the Greater New York Kidney Foundation, will again serve as a Kidney Early Evaluation Program (KEEP) site where members of the community can receive valuable health screenings to determine if they are at risk for kidney disease.
ELIZABETH– For the second consecutive year members, staff, family and friends of Community Access Unlimited (CAU) ignored the dark clouds of both rain and a stubborn economy and proved that the desire to help others is greater than both, raising nearly $37,000 at the 2011 Ira Geller Memorial Walk-A-Thon. The support exceeded last year’s total of $30,000 and the 2009 amount of $20,000.
PITMAN — Freshman midfielder Amanda Filippone (Kenilworth/David Brearley) has been selected as the New Jersey Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Rookie of the Week for week six of the 2011 season after scoring two goals and adding two assists in a 2-1 week of non-conference action for the New Jersey City University women’s soccer team as the Gothic Knights improved to 11-3 overall.
ELIZABETH — The Rotary Club of Elizabeth, celebrating its 94th year of service to the Greater Elizabeth Community, will hold the food-tasting event “The Taste of Elizabeth V” on Monday, Oct. 24 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at the Renaissance Hotel, 1000 Spring Street, Elizabeth.