RAHWAY—The Student Government Association of Rahway High School, under the leadership of history teachers Donna Gerardo and Stephen Radler, held its annual Powder Puff girls football game on Thursday, Nov. 19.
SCOTCH PLAINS—Assemblywoman Linda Stender welcomes area residents to join the fight against hunger by donating non-perishable foods to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey this holiday season.
ELIZABETH – Trinitas Regional Medical Center agreed to pay $3.02 million plus interest to settle claims that it defrauded Medicare, though the hospital “emphatically denies” any wrongdoing.
RAHWAY – New Jersey artist Lloyd Garrison has made himself a part of the Christmas tradition for many Rahway residents. His unique Christmas cards capture local holiday memories.
ELIZABETH—Students at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth began collecting food on Nov. 17 to donate to the Elizabeth Coalition for the Homeless. Young women at the all-female Catholic college prep high school were hoping to gather plenty of food items to donate in time for Thanksgiving.
WESTFIELD—CONTACT We Care, the 24-hour caring and crisis hotline serving New Jersey, celebrated 34 years of soothing souls and saving lives, and raised more than $64,000 for the hotline at its Gala 2009 fundraiser on Oct. 29 at the Primavera Regency in Stirling.
SUMMIT—The New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra (NJIO) will hold its free Young People’s Concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 22 at Oak Knoll School, 44 Blackburn Road, in Summit.
RAHWAY—Popular singer and songwriter Ken Galipeau will return to Z Café on Saturday, Nov. 21. in the Social Hall of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rahway.
Here is some feedback I received from readers:
EDISON-I received another e-mail after my April 17 column that the candy store in Menlo Park Mall was Barricini’s. I also heard from another person who would go to this candy store to buy delicious “Fanny Farmer” candy.