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Thu, July 16, 11:00 AM

Union Public Library, Union

Inventions: Yours and Others

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Add to My Calendar 07/16/2020 11:00am 07/16/2020 1:00pm America/New_York Inventions: Yours and Others

You’ve got a great idea for a new consumer product... Now what? Join Warren Tuttle, President, and Andrea Pass, Board Member of the non-profit United Inventors Association to learn steps to get your invention to market. To register, email UPLLive@uplnj.org.


Virtual Union, NJ 07083

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The Leadership Rutgers-Camden Needs

December 24, 2021

Only five months into his time at Rutgers-Camden, Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis received a vote of no confidence from the University’s Department of Arts and Sciences. As a longtime shepherd of one of Camden’s faith communities, I am acquainted with the struggles that often take root between incoming leaders and their constituencies.

The transition of leadership is a two-way process ...

Women of the Dream Provides Cash Gifts to Camden Girls During the Holiday Season!

January 17, 2022

 

 Holiday Luncheons & Gifts Celebrate Women of the Dream Participants

On Dec. 21 and Dec. 22, 2021, the Women of the Dream (WOD) hosted its Second Annual Holiday celebration for a total of 34 young ladies at the Yard House Restaurant at the Moorestown Mall. Each of the WOD participants enjoyed a delicious lunch and received cash gifts and holiday gift bags. An additional ...

Obituaries

Mar 6, 1934 - Jan 8, 2022
Mary Jane (Curry) Bunge of Aberdeen, NJ passed away on January 8, 2022, at the age of 87.  ...
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The Jaffe Briefing - January 20, 2022

STATEWIDE – Crack open a beer and guzzle as you walk through town. Crazy thinking, right? This is New Jersey, home to some of the toughest liquor laws in the nation. But state officials are rethinking the whole “open container” law, as the pandemic showed that people can drink outside, in designated areas, without losing their minds. The governor signed a law that allows ...