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By TAPINTO CLARK STAFFJune 16, 2018
CLARK, NJ - Kids and dirt seem to go together. At Valley Road School some second graders are spending very productive time in the dirt after receiving $500 from a Kids Dig In Grant funded through the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders, 2018 Moving Union County Forward - Union County Plant A Seed Initiative.
According to school officials the grant ...
By CHRISTINE CASALE BROSKIJune 15, 2018
CLARK, NJ - The Arthur L. Johnson Scrub Club, a pre-med class held an assembly in collaboration with the NJ Sharing Network for all high school students recently in recognition of their second annual Organ Donation Awareness Day. Several speakers explained the importance of organ donation.
The club’s advisor, Bernadette Jacobi, began the assembly by thanking the speakers and ...
By KATE BROCHUJune 14, 2018
WESTFIELD, NJ — Brett Bramble, along with walking partner, John “Stick” Azerolo, passed through Westfield on a months-long journey from Key West, Fla. to Calais, Maine in an effort to raise awareness of opioid overdose and addiction.
Bramble walks for his sister Brittany, who died of an overdose in 2014, while Azerolo walks to support friends who have lost daughters ...
By ROBERT RAMIREZJune 14, 2018
CRANFORD – Cranford resident Kent Lucas was one of 150 commuters who embraced a more sustainable commute by trading in his car keys for pedals during TransOptions’ annual Bike to Work Challenge.
Through TransOptions’ GoForGood app, riders tracked their bicycle commute trips and miles from May 1st through May 31st. Participants who joined the challenge were entered to win ...
By TAPINTO CLARK STAFFJune 14, 2018
CLARK, NJ -Joe Beltramba, Principal of Valley Road School in Clark, was recently recognized as the American Legion’s NJ Educator of the Year.
Beltramba was nominated by the American Legion Post 328. According to the American Legion, the award is given to educators based on their “leadership and participation in promoting American Legion Americanism programs, civic ...
By TAPINTOSPF STAFFJune 13, 2018
TRENTON, NJ -- Mayor Al Smith attended a gun safety package bill signing ceremony at the Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton on Wednesday with Governor Phil Murphy. Mayor Smith joined a bipartisan group of local and state elected officials, as well as members of Moms Demand Action of Union County, at the event.
“As a leader in Sandy Hook Promise, I was happy to accept the ...