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Clark Recreation Camp Enters Its Final Week

August 11, 2014 at 12:55 PM

CLARK, NJ – It’s hard to believe, but the sixth and final week of the Clark Recreation Day Camp started today.  The Camp draws a large and loyal crowd of children every day.  Special theme weeks and daily special events and activities have provided hours of entertainment for Clark children throughout the summer.  Some activities were messy, others were silly, some were yummy and all were enjoyable.

Clark Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo is especially grateful to the Camp sponsors whose financial donations offset the cost of the many activities provided.  This year’s sponsors included:

Ace Hardware

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Bosonac Orthodontics

Budget Print

Century 21

Clark American Legion

Fusion Yogurt

Hairport

Holiday Inn

Molly Maguire’s

Phillippo’s Pizza

Retro Fitness

Rita's Italian Ice

Scaturros Pizza

Shop Rite

TAP into Clark

Tarantella’s

Village Insurance 

Bernardo also extended his thanks to the Clark Police Department and the Clark Volunteer Fire Department for their assistance throughout the summer. 

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Clark Emergency Shortage Blood Drive Monday, Jan. 23

January 16, 2017

EMERGENCY BLOOD SHORTAGE!  Please donate blood at the Clark Volunteer Emergency Squad (875 Raritan Road) on Monday, January 23rd between 1:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Every donor will receive a $10 off Houlihan's coupon as a thank you.  

To make an appointment, please visit tinyurl.com/ClarkBloodDrives.  

Walk-ins welcome!

Citing Respect for Springsteen, Tribute Band Pulls Out of Garden State Inaugural Ball in DC

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FANWOOD, NJ -- For more than three decades, The B Street Band, a popular Bruce Springsteen tribute band, has played Jersey Shore bars and festivals, as well as the 2009 Garden State Ball for Barack Obama's first Inauguration and a return engagement four years later. However, the group, which pioneered the "tribute band" concept in 1980, has never received as much flak for ...