Information Session

Curious about CASA? Come join us at CASA of Union County Information Session! There you will learn what it takes to be a CASA Volunteer and ways to 'Change a Child's Story'. It's Easy. Contact Walia Worrill to RSVP before the classes fill up.  Email: wworrill@casaofunioncounty.org 

Here are more ways to help CASA of Union County:https://linktr.ee/Casaofuc

 

Contact Information
  1. Walia Worrill
  2. (908) 293-8136
  3. wworrill@casaofunioncounty.org
Fri, April 09
1:00 pm — 6:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 04/09/2021 1:00pm 04/30/2021 6:00pm America/New_York Information Session

Curious about CASA? Come join us at CASA of Union County Information Session! There you will learn what it takes to be a CASA Volunteer and ways to 'Change a Child's Story'. It's Easy. Contact Walia Worrill to RSVP before the classes fill up. Email: wworrill@casaofunioncounty.org

Here are more ways to help CASA of Union County:https://linktr.ee/Casaofuc


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TAPinto TV Wins Twice at Garden State Film Festival

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - TAPinto TV, a medium-based franchise owned by East Main Media’s Brian Brodeur, won two Garden State Film Festival Awards.

The franchise’s “HomeGrown” series won awards for Best Television Show and Best Original Score from a Television Show.

“HomeGrown” is a series produced by East Main Media that follows host Stephanie Willoughby as ...

Post-Pandemic Marketing

Small business owners have a lot to think about, but navigating a global pandemic was likely not chief among their worries. Now that we are close to the end of one, local businesses are facing a host of challenges. Communicating effectively with customers and clients has never been more important. 

What changed in the pandemic?

The pandemic has changed the way we conduct our daily ...

SAT and ACT Function in the College Admissions Process - Disparity in the Numbers

April 14, 2021

BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - What is the real function of the SAT and ACT as it relates to the college admission process? TAPinto talks with Eva Addae and David Blobaum, co-founders of Summit Prep, in a series of articles to further the conversation regarding this topic. 

Addae and Blobaum set up the conversation around the "cacophony of arguments about the tests" to ...

Union County Commissioners to Cut Ribbon on New Playground Facilities at Nomahegan in Cranford on Sunday, April 18th at 11 a.m.

April 14, 2021

COVID-19 safety rules apply.

The Union County Board of County Commissioners will cut the ribbon on new playground facilities at Nomahegan Park in Carnford this Sunday, April 18th at 11:00 a.m. Nomahegan Park is located at 995 Springfield Avenue.

“As the weather gets warmer, families look to our local parks to safely have fun while staying active,” said County Commissioner ...

HOLD: FACT Recognizes the Importance of Autism Awareness and Champions This Cause on Behalf of the Special Needs Families of Union County

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ - Families and Community Together (FACT), the Union County Care Management Organization (CMO), understands that each child’s disability presents in their own unique way and determining the best treatment and family support options can be an involved and confusing process.

FACT strives to meet families where they are in terms of their own knowledge and understanding of ...

Union County’s Inclusive Activity Series Continues with Virtual Dance Party and Bubble Trouble, April 23 + 25

Free community events in celebration of Autism Acceptance Month.

In recognition of April as Autism Acceptance Month, the Union County Board of Commissioners presents a new edition of free online programming for persons with disabilities and special needs, featuring interactive fun for the whole family. The series is hosted by the Union County Office for Persons with Disabilities and Special ...

Fellowship Foundation Hosts Inaugural Fellowship Charity Golf Outing; Honorary Chair Robert Mulcahy Joins Event on June 7

BASKING RIDGE, NJ – The Fellowship Foundation is hosting its inaugural Fellowship Charity Golf Outing on Monday, June 7, 2021 at the nationally recognized Somerset Hills Country Club in Bernardsville. Known for its rich history, the golf course is consistently rated one of the top 100 courses in the country. The Fellowship Foundation raises funds to enhance programs and services and ...

BOE Redistricting “Solutions” Would Hurt BH Students and Families

April 13, 2021

The idea of full-day K is not new for parents who have been raising children in Berkeley Heights but the redistricting “solutions” our superintendent and BOE are presenting come at a time that is particularly inconvenient.  Parents are still receiving positive case reports from our superintendent weekly. Some families are grieving the loss of loved ones and/or managing ...

Many Unanswered Questions

My takeaway from the Board of Education meeting on 4/8/21 is that, in general,  the residents and parents of Berkeley Heights have very different ideas from the administration and Board of Education in terms of what is the BEST way to start the 2021 school year.  While I appreciate the time spent on the presentation there is a lot of information needed to better understand the impact of ...

Superintendent's Report: Redistricting Tops List of Difficult Choices for a Town

Editor's Note: Superintendent of Schools Melissa Varley provided her Superintendent's Report from the Thursday, April 8, meeting of the Board of Education to be published as a Letter to the Editor.

As several community members have told me, Full Day Kindergarten has been discussed in Berkeley Heights for many years.  I know that everyone here will say that they support Full ...

Yellin/Medeiros announce for Council

April 12, 2021

We are very proud of our record in helping to build a better Berkeley Heights where, as we see it, all residents are welcome and valued both now and in years to come. We are asking the residents of our town to give us the opportunity of a second term on the Township Council so that we can continue to ensure that all voices are heard and so that the progress that we made since being elected with ...