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Sun, March 3, 1:00 PM

Renaissance Church, Ren Students Space, Summit

GriefShare Support Group

Health & Wellness Religions And Spirituality

Add to My Calendar 03/03/2019 1:00pm 03/04/2019 4:00am America/New_York GriefShare Support Group

If you are navigating life after the death of a loved one, please join Renaissance Church for a 13-week support group. The weekly group includes video seminars and focused support by caring people who have been through the same challenges. You can join the group at any point. A $20 fee covers a workbook and other expenses. More information and registration (recommended, but not required) is ...

497 Springfield Ave. Summit, NJ 07901
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Sun, March 3, 1:00 PM

Renaissance Church, Summit

DivorceCare Support Group

Health & Wellness Religions And Spirituality

Add to My Calendar 03/03/2019 1:00pm 03/03/2019 3:00pm America/New_York DivorceCare Support Group

You don’t have to face life after a divorce or separation alone. Each meeting of the DivorceCare Support Group includes a video featuring comments with experts, a focused support group discussion, and personal study and reflection with a workbook. Fee: $20. You are welcome to join the group at any point. Registration (encouraged, but not required), the schedule, and more information is ...

2 Kent Place Blvd Summit, NJ 07901

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NJ Flavor’s Guide to New Jersey State and County Fairs

June 19, 2019

Wake up and smell the funnel cake — New Jersey’s state and county fairs have begun.

The big events, which take place all summer long around the state, began as a way for farmers to teach people about agriculture and show off horses and other animals. These days fair-goers can also enjoy rides, games, music and other types of live shows, contests and, of course, tons of great ...

“Wings over New Jersey” columnist Jack Elliott Memorialized Sunday

My walk to high school in Summit each day took me past a large brick compound called the New England Village Garden Apartments.  The buildings were rectangular and, except for white Colonial door mantels, they were otherwise nondescript.

The village was filled with older people, who wanted to stay in town after unloading their homes. Each day, kids like me would walk by, oblivious to the ...

Pride Flag Rises in Front of Town Hall, Will Remain for the Month of June

June 15, 2019

CRANFORD - At Tuesday night's Township Committee Meeting, the Commissioners issued a proclamation declaring June as Pride Month. 

Ms. Ms. Nikki Savino Mulcahy of Cranford High School and the Cranford High School Diversity Council presented Mayor Patrick Giblin a Pride Flag which he said he would give to the Department of Public Works to hang in front of Town Hall Wednesday ...

BRCC Hosts First Ever Deaf and Hard of Hearing Golf Clinic

June 20, 2019

BASKING RIDGE, NJ — Basking Ridge Country Club PGA Head golf professional Sue Delaney and her daughter, Jennifer, conducted a golf clinic teaching Deaf and Hard of Hearing students from Governor Livingston High School. This groundbreaking clinic was remarkable in that it was taught all while using American Sign Language.

Jennifer Delaney is a rising senior at Towson University in ...

Excitement in Newark as New Jersey Devils Prepare for 2019 First Overall Pick

June 20, 2019

With the first overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils could select one of two young players who have been coined as “generational” talents by analysts and scouts across the league. Making this decision all the more exciting is that the second overall pick in this year’s draft belongs to the Devils’ rivals across the Hudson in the New York Rangers.

Sorry Board of Education It’s just too late now

June 11, 2019

The ongoing teachers contract dispute with the Berkeley Heights Board of Education has produced some very unfortunate feelings in our community. Among these are anger, hostility, resentment and a general sense of playing hard ball. But perhaps the most traumatic consequence of the staunch stance by the Board is the general feeling of a lack of respect for teachers by the Board. Regardless of if ...