Education & Sports Program | Grades 2-7

Soccer Centers is hosting an in-person education & sports program for grades 2-7 in Somerset, NJ. Great alternative to learning from home.
✅ Accredited Tutors (English/ELA, Science & Math)
✅ Professional Coaches (Soccer, Lacrosse, Field Hockey)
✅ Indoor & Outdoor Facility For Social Distancing
✅ Flexible Formats (Half or Full Day + After Care)

Contact Information
  1. Bryan Grussgott
  2. 732-748-4625 x 32
  3. Bryan@SoccerCenters.com
Wed, September 16
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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Soccer Centers is hosting an in-person education & sports program for grades 2-7 in Somerset, NJ. Great alternative to learning from home.
✅ Accredited Tutors (English/ELA, Science & Math)
✅ Professional Coaches (Soccer, Lacrosse, Field Hockey)
✅ Indoor & Outdoor Facility For Social Distancing
✅ Flexible Formats (Half or Full Day + After Care)

300 Memorial Drive Somerset, NJ 08873

Soccer Centers

300 Memorial Drive
Somerset, NJ 08873

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The Jaffe Briefing - September 25, 2020

TRENTON – It has been suggested for years that you bring your own bag to the store, rather than wasting more of those single-use plastic and paper bags that fill our landfills. The state Legislature wants a sweeping ban on the distribution of these bags, as well as plastic straws and polystyrene food containers, that are destroying the planet. This important measure now heads to Gov. Phil ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 24, 2020

TRENTON – In our new Bizarro world, in which anything printed in a newspaper must be “fake,” you need to applaud basic journalism. Look to NJ Spotlight, which actually took the time to go through the line items in the new state budget, unlike 8.8 million New Jerseyans. There were plenty of little goodies dropped in at the last minute, as the state borrows $4.5 billion to stay ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 23, 2020

TRENTON – Sure, we can report about how the state Legislature is about to borrow $4.5 billion to keep the state afloat, but if we really want some eyeballs on this lead blurb, let’s shift to the brewing bagel wars with NYC. The city’s Twitter account took a broad, unprovoked swipe at the precious Jersey bagel. Prepare yourself before you read this. Breathe deeply. Ready? Good.

The Jaffe Briefing - September 22, 2020

TRENTON – Sorry to lead with a budget story, as we know you demand titillating excitement every morning. But this is important: State lawmakers have ground out a nine-month state budget, to the tune of $32.7 billion, which whacks millionaires, corporations and health insurers. Luckily, the governor’s ill-timed, ill-fated “Baby Bond” program didn’t make the cut, as, ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 21, 2020

Editor’s Note: It is a momentous moment! The Jaffe Briefing has surpassed 35,000 subscribers, growing from just 450 readers in 2011. Thank you to all in New Jersey who support our growing morning newsletter.

STATEWIDE – Seniors read. Seniors talk to each other. Seniors vote. So why are seniors not entitled to the proposed $500 tax rebates that state legislative leaders are ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 18, 2020

BEDMINSTER – In this Trump era, the news is numbing. The President’s ethical lapses are met with seething outrage on one side, and dismissive shrugs on the other.  Still, reporters are trying to educate the masses, for those who still read blurbs with more than 280 characters. NJ.com, for example, is now reporting that Trump’s luxury properties have charged U.S. taxpayers ...

It’s Harvest Time! 5 Fun New Jersey Wineries to Visit this Autumn

September 24, 2020

Wine experts say that fall is prime time for visiting wineries in New Jersey because it is the harvest season, when grapes are ripe on the vine.  

Over the years, the Garden State has earned credibility as a quality wine-producing state, in great part due to its fertile soil.

If you’re looking for a fun way to spend a day this season, consider a trip to one of ...

Protestors in New Brunswick Call for Adjunct Job Security at Rutgers, Defend Lincoln Annex

September 27, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Part-time lecturers at Rutgers calling for job security, students seeking a fossil fuel-free future, immigrants looking for a better way of life, residents denouncing racism – there was a sense of unity among the 250 or so people who gathered Saturday afternoon.

It may seem as if they are locked in disparate, if not desperate, battles, but many who grabbed the ...

Rutgers President Holloway Outlines Vision in First University Senate Address

NEW BRUNSWICK —In his first address to the University Senate, President Jonathan Holloway pledged to follow three guiding values as he steers decision-making at Rutgers during a challenging time: The ideal of a beloved community, the relentless pursuit of academic excellence and the need for a clear institutional strategy.

“It is important that I share these propositions with you ...

Saturday's Protest Will Denounce Rutgers Layoffs, Razing of Lincoln Annex in New Brunswick

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – An alliance of unions representing 20,000 Rutgers workers, along with student organizations, social justice groups and community activists, have organized a march to bring attention to a wide range of issues, including layoffs at the university,

Saturday's march for “RLivesRJobsRSchools,” which will begin at 3 p.m., comes after the university laid off ...

Police Searching For Driver Who Damaged South Brunswick High School's Athletic Fields

September 23, 2020

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Police are looking for the public’s help in identifying the driver of a pickup truck that drove onto South Brunswick High School grounds and damaged several athletic fields.

Chief Raymond J. Hayducka of the South Brunswick Police Department announced the department is looking for the public’s assistance in identifying those who damaged the school’s ...

Hillsborough Guitarist Bryan Hansen Rocks Summer Stage in Somerville

September 20, 2020

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Saturday night's 3-hour performance by Hillsborough guitarist and songwriter Bryan Hansen, joined by his band mates of seven years, drummer Cwan :"Q" Merritt and William Blakey on bass guitar, was cathartic for the seasoned musicians, who are used to touring and playing weekly.

The COVID-19 pandemic however sidetracked their usual routine earlier this ...

OPINION

School-Based Youth Services Program in New Jersey Must be Refunded

September 9, 2020

Dear Editor:

I am proud of the fact that three school-based youth services programs have supported children in the 20th Legislative District – two at Elizabeth High School and one at Abraham Clark High School in Roselle.

These School-Based Youth Services Programs (SBYSP) have provided crucial services to children with complex emotional, behavioral and mental health needs, ...

Caba Unveils “2020 Vision” to Strengthen Public Safety in Perth Amboy

September 25, 2020

PERTH AMBOY, NJ – (Sept. 25, 2020) – Councilman Helmin J, Caba unveiled sweeping strategies today to better protect people’s safety, their homes and businesses, and improve the Police Department’s crime-fighting capability.

“Public safety will be my Administration’s top priority,” said Caba, a leading candidate for mayor. “Proactive police work ...

OPINION: Illicit Budget Raid of Clean Communities Fund Will Gut Litter Clean Up Programs in NJ

September 18, 2020

In my 40 years in Trenton as a business executive and President of the New Jersey Clean Communities Council (NJCCC), I recognize that these are difficult times for government leaders desperate to find revenue to plug state budget holes. 

But responsible revenue policy must stay within the legal boundaries of state law. 

Case in point: the recent proposal by the state Department of ...

Psychologist Meryl Dorf PhD on Managing Anxiety During Times of Stress and Disruption

September 24, 2020

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- TAPintoTV looks back to our conversation with clinical psychologist, Meryl Dorf, Ph.D. about how we can maintain our mental health and manage anxiety during times of stress and uncertainty. 

“There’s a lot that we can’t control and spending our time thinking and worrying about that fuels the anxiety,” said Dorf, “but focusing on ...

NJ Apple Picking Farm Provides Husky Dogs a Better Life

PORT MURRAY, NJ -- Tree-licious Orchards has a great reputation for their varieties of apples, fruits and vegetables, but it’s also known as a foster home for rescue husky dogs. “Our huskies just love life at the orchard,” said Tree-licious partner, Ginger Kesler.

Housing huskies at the farm started as a way to help rid the orchard of critters and provide a better life ...

NJ Motor Vehicle Storage Facility Aims to Create Community for Car Enthusiasts

FAIRFIELD, NJ -- Allison Kulesza, General Manager of Car Lofts in Fairfield, spoke with TAPintoTV’s Executive Producer, Brian Brodeur about the facility's unique offerings for car enthusiasts and how the business has managed and pivoted during the pandemic. 

Car Lofts is a vehicle storage facility with a private social club for car enthusiasts, along with rental venues ...

NJ Tai Chi Founder Harry Legg Demonstrates the Health Benefits of the Ancient Martial Art

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Harry Legg, Founder of New Jersey Tai Chi, joined Brian Brodeur, TAPintoTV Executive Producer, at East Main Media Studios to discuss and demystify the practice of tai chi, while also demonstrating some of the martial art’s moves in the studio. 

“Most people may not realize tai chi is a deadly martial art,” said Legg, “but you might wonder how ...

50 Years After the Death of Jimi Hendrix: New Book Explores the Musical Legacy of the Legendary Guitarist

AUGUSTA, GA -- Corey Washington, educator and author of Jimi Hendrix: Black Legacy (A Dream Deferred), recently appeared on TAPintoTV, speaking with Executive Producer Brian Brodeur about his book, as well as the life and music of Jimi Hendrix, who passed away 50 years ago today.

Brodeur and Washington spoke via video conference from East Main Media’s studio in Little Falls, NJ, which ...

UrbEx Photographer Alex Gulino Discusses Her New Book "Empire State of Decay: Discarded New York"

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Author and UrbEx Photographer, Alex Gulino, appeared on TAPintoTV to discuss her new book Empire State of Decay: Discarded New York.

UrbEx, short for Urban Exploration, refers to the exploration and often the photography of abandoned buildings and structures. In the book, Gulino provides descriptions and writings alongside the featured photographs. "I decided to ...