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Rotary Club of Cranford to Host Annual Golf Outing at Echo Lake CC

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CRANFORD, NJ - The Rotary Club of Cranford will be hosting it's 26th Annual Golf Outing at Echo Lake Country Club Monday July 25, to benefit the Cranford Fund for Educational Excellence(CFEE) and the Rotary Charitable Fund.
 
The annual Rotary Golf outing offers a great day of golf and fellowship on a fantastic golf course while supporting many worthy causes. This year the proceeds will benefit the Cranford Fund for Educational Excellence (CFEE) and the Cranford Rotary Charitable Fund. We hope that you can join us on the golf course, as a hole sponsor, or both.

The Cranford Rotary Charitable Fund was created in 1996 and in addition to funding other charitable endeavors, it's primary goal is raising monies for Cranford Rotary Scholarships which donates approximately $15,000 annually to Cranford students going to college. Proceeds from this event are the main support for those scholarships.

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The Cranford Fund for Educational(CFEE) is a non-profit community based philanthropic foundation, whose mission is to foster academic excellence, promote innovation and enhance the vitality of Cranford Public Schools. The aim of the CFEE is to provide additional innovation in the classroom and inspire appreciation for teachers. Recently the CFEE has awarded $19,000 in grants to fund twelve different projects in classrooms from the elementary to the high school level.

 

We hope you can join us Monday July 25. Please Contact Gene Matics at 908-377-1036 or visit us on Facebook @www.facebook.com/CranfordRotary/ for more information

 

 

 

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Cranford H.S. Athletes of the Week: Anna Horne & Phil Marotta

April 17, 2018

CRANFORD, NJ - Due to impressive performances as goalies for varsity lacrosse, Anna Horne and Phil Marotta are Cranford High School's Athletes of the Week.

Horne, a junior, has 408 career saves. Her current total for the season is 84 saves as she helped lead the Cougars to victory in games against Montville and Governor Livingston.

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Union County Interfaith Coordinating Council hosts Know Your Neighbor Event in Rahway

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The Know Your Neighbor ...

Cranford Police Blotter: Marijuana-Related Arrests

April 24, 2018

The information provided does not represent the total scope of police activity. Individuals charged as a result of police investigations are merely an accusation. All defendants should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. 

 

1. 04/19/2018 6:13 p.m.

Raritan Road and Coleman Avenue 

Arrested: Rahman Daley, 22, Brooklyn NY 

Arrested by: Ptl. Daniel ...

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By LIZ KEILL

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Politics IS Government in Union County

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After ten years of following government in Union County I conclude ...