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Library receives grant
The Sayreville Public Library has acquired a grant from the Richmond County Savings Foundation, a part of the New York Community Bank household, which incorporates Garden State Community Bank. The grant enabled the library to buy new laptop computer computer systems with a purpose to improve and broaden its expertise lessons which vary from newbie to superior ideas.
First Saturday of the Month drop-off
Somerset County Freeholder Deputy Director Patrick Scaglione, recycling liaison, invitations residents to make the most of the subsequent First Saturday of the Month Drop-off occasion on Aug. 5 from eight a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Somerset County Recycling Center, 40 Polhemus Lane, Bridgewater. For details about recycling family hazardous waste, go to www.co.somerset.nj.us/HHW, contact the Somerset County Division of Solid Waste Management at (908) 231-7031 or e-mail email@example.com. Information about recycling electronics could be discovered at www.co.somerset.nj.us/e-waste, by calling the Somerset County Road Division at 908-541-5021 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Disney’s Mary Poppins’ in Edison
The third and last manufacturing of Middlesex County’s Plays-in-the-Park 2017 season is “Disney’s Mary Poppins.” The present runs Aug. 2 to 12 (no present Sunday, Aug. 6). All performances start at eight p.m. and are staged on the Stephen J. Capestro Amphitheater situated in Middlesex County’s Roosevelt Park in Edison. Tickets for exhibits could be bought solely on the nights of performances. The field workplace opens at 5:30 p.m. on present nights and closes at eight:30 p.m. Tickets value $7; $5 for seniors (60+). Children 12 and below are admitted free of charge. Audience members should present their very own seating. All chair backs should not exceed 40 inches excessive. Visit www.middlesexcountynj.gov and search Plays-in-the-Park.
Sitar publicizes transactions
Sitar Realty Company, Iselin, introduced the next actual property lease transactions:
The lease of 47,000 sq. toes of business area at 200 Helen St., South Plainfield, from Nakash 200 Helen Street LLC to Bath & Kitchen Distributors Corp. and ESF Trading Inc.
The sale of two acres sq. toes of land at 2720 Park Ave., South Plainfield, from Desmond D. and Nancy C. MacMahon to Hawkeye Development Company. The sale value was $900,000.
The lease of 11,000 sq. toes of workplace area at 1941 Holland Brook Road, Branchburg, from 1941 Holland Brook LLC to Kingdom Kidz Academy of Branchburg LLC.
Rotary seems to be to broaden membership
Rotary Club of Branchburg is on the lookout for new members, Friends of Rotary and collaborative companions to conduct native initiatives mentioned membership President-elect Dr. Tulsi R. Maharjan. Those excited by becoming a member of the membership or collaborating with any native initiatives might contact Dr. Julie Ann Juliano at 908-685-8080 or e-mail email@example.com.
Four-H civic engagement program
New Jersey Four-H members discovered about authorities processes in an intensive Four-H civic engagement program for highschool youth held on the National Four-H Youth Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland. The New Jersey Four-H delegation of 19 youth and two grownup chaperones attended Week 6 of the convention from July 9 to 15. The delegates attending this 12 months’s convention had been: Joseph Coppola, Gianna Novak and Mercy Stehlin (Hunterdon County); Kristen Briney and Parris Johnson (Morris County); and Melanie Quick, Katherine Ann Gallagher, Teresa Buzzoni, Noah Rothenburger and Alexander Gonzalez (Somerset County). Visit www.4HisTOPS.org.
Info seniors must know
Find out what each senior must know with Jim Tretola, licensed senior adviser of Care Patrol, and legal professional Andrea R. Di Dio of the Murray Firm LLC. The program might be at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 2, at Bernardsville Public Library, 1 Anderson Hill Road. There is not any cost to attend this system, however advance sign-up is requested. Register at www.bernardsvillelibrary.org and observe the hyperlink from Adult Programs, or name 908-766-0118.
AmeriCorps is recruiting
The AmeriCorps Program engages Americans in intensive service studying alternatives annually at nonprofits, colleges, public businesses, neighborhood and faith-based teams. Through this program, AmeriCorps members might be positioned in host businesses all through Middlesex County, bettering the standard of academic and neighborhood help applications. Members may have the chance to earn as much as a $5,730 academic stipend and a modest residing allowance in return for his or her dedication and repair. Visit www.jrfnj.org/what_we_do/americorps-program/americorps-service-opportunities.html.
Works by Singer to be at library
Highland Park artist Gilda Singer will show still-lifes and landscapes on the Highland Park Public Library, 31 N. Fifth Ave., from July 31 to Aug. 31 within the assembly room. Visit www.hpplnj.org.
Author Markowski to talk at library
John Markowski, the creator of the just lately launched “Perennials Through the Seasons” will communicate at 7 p.m. Aug. 1 at on the Hunterdon County Library, Route 12 Flemington. The e-book, with greater than 200 photographs, covers 20 perennials. To reserve, name 908-788-1434 or go to the Events Calendar at www.hclibrary.us.
Volunteer coaching begins Aug. 15
Union County is providing a free coaching course for individuals excited by volunteering with the Union County Rape Crisis Center. Specialized coaching is accessible to turn into a part of a volunteer neighborhood of educated advocates who present disaster and help providers to victims of sexual violence and their vital others. The free coaching program runs from Tuesday, Aug. 15, to Thursday, Sept. 28. Call the Rape Crisis Center at 908-233-7273 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit unioncountyrapecrisiscenter.blogspot.com.
Bound Brook presents alumni publication
Graduates of Bound Brook High School are invited to subscribe to the BBHS Alumni Newsletter, a web-based communication edited by Alan Beatty, Class of 1965, who began the publication in 2009. Published 5 to 6 occasions a 12 months, the publication incorporates details about alumni birthdays, passings, reunions, trivia and reminiscences quizzes, and different such data pertinent to BBHS buddies and graduates. And, whereas it’s out there in print kind, solely the digital model has footage and is in coloration. The price is $10 per 12 months, with proceeds funding two scholarships each June. To join, mail a test payable to BBHS Alumni Newsletter, together with identify, (together with maiden identify), e-mail tackle, U.S. mail tackle, cellphone quantity, birthday month and day, and 12 months of commencement to: Alan Beatty, BBHS Alumni Newsletter, 24 W. Franklin St., Bound Brook, NJ 08805.
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