Bank Supports Rotary Club—Roxanne Keegan (left), manager of Provident Bank’s South Amboy branch, presents a check to Michael Poll (right), president of the Rotary Club of South Amboy/Sayreville, during the Rotary’s January meeting at the Peter Pank Diner in South Amboy. The Rotary helps provide much needed services to organizations around the world and will use the donation to support Hogar del Niño of the Dominican Republic, a non-profit organization created to help provide underprivileged children. (Photo courtesy of The Provident Bank)
Archive for February 26th, 2009
CLARK—Anthony N. Poyssick, a member of Boy Scout Troop 145 of Clark, earned his Eagle Scout award, the highest honor in Boy Scouting. Only four percent of all Boy Scouts attain this rank.
A scout since 1998, Poyssick has earned 26 merit badges and has held various leadership ranks such as senior patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader, and patrol leader. He has provided over 100 hours of community service and participated in over 20 weekend camping trips.
“I lived in the first house directly behind Rocky’s Bar and Grill and Demblings Grocery Store on West Grant Avenue from 1955-1980. I have many memories of both places through the years. The original owner (of Rocky’s) was Rocky Romeo. His son, Anthony (Joseph) Romeo, who went by Joe, also ran the bar. It was sold to new owners three years ago.
Posted in tax tips on February 26, 2009 |
Education tax credits can help offset the costs of higher education for yourself or a dependent. The Hope Credit and the Lifetime Learning Credit are two education credits available which may benefit you and reduce your taxes. IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education, explains the tax benefits that are available if you are saving for or paying higher education costs.
For more information on IRS tax tips, go to the IRS.gov Web site at www.irs.gov.