CLARK, NJ - According to a Honeywell Alert issued on Wednesday evening, the Parent University event scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 4 at Arthur L. Johnson High school has been canceled. Union County Sheriff-Elect Joseph Cryan was to have been the featured speaker. There is no information regarding a postponement available at this time.
CANCELED: Parent University with Joe Cryan at ALJ
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