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
Thu, September 17
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 29, 2020

ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL – So, it is Debate Night in America. And it is a long-awaited moment for anyone who wants to see Donald Trump clash against Joe Biden. Of course, with any big, national news, there is always a Jersey angle. And today’s new nugget is no different, with word that former Gov. Chris Christie has been busy helping the President with his debate prep for tonight’s ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 25, 2020

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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

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The Jaffe Briefing - September 22, 2020

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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.

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New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

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The East Brunswick Public Library has been "Re-Imagined" and Needs Your Support to Grow

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Landlords’ troubles deepen as state evictions ban protects nonpaying tenants

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Some renters are forced out anyway by owners desperate for income in pandemic.

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit

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

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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.

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Help the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority Plan for the Future

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

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