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Archive for August, 2008

Clark Plans CERT Training Program

CLARK—The Township of Clark is planning on holding another Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Program in the fall, if there is sufficient interested. The township has previously conducted four classes for the general public and one class for various teachers and administrators in the Clark Public School System with good attendance in all the classes.

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America’s 9/11 Ride

America’s 9/11 Ride—Over 900 motorcycles participated in the America’s 9/11 Ride that traveled from Washington D.C. to the site of the World Trade Center Towers in New York City on Saturday, Aug. 16. Bikers were welcomed to Linden for a refreshment stop at Aviation Plaza prior to heading through the Holland Tunnel into New York City. The Applebees of Linden and the Linden FMBA Local 34 along with the Linden Department of Public Property and Community Services, the Office of Emergency Management, the Linden Police Department and the Linden Public Works Department coordinated the refreshment stop on behalf of the riders.

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Seven To Seven

Seven To Seven—Gerald Hairfton, 9, Germain Cruz, 9, and Joshua Alvarez, 9, play a basketball shooting game at the Roselle Seven to Seven summer camp carnival on Aug. 15, as counselor Ronald Bennett looks on. The six-week summer camp and the carnival were sponsored by the Borough of Roselle and the Roselle Board of Education.

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Summer Fun

Summer Fun—The Middlesex County College Child Care Center ended the summer with a special day of fun in August. The children enjoyed face painting, crafts, ice cream, pony rides and a petting zoo. Brianna Walters of Edison (right) demonstrates her skill in the limbo contest. Alexey Yarmulik, also of Edison, (left) makes friends with an animal in the petting zoo.

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By Michael S. Goldberger, film critic

Woody Allen’s “Vicky Cristina Barcelona,” a romantic tale with a pungent twist, is the sort of film that reminds you why it was you fell in love with going to the movies in the first place. Lampooning genre clichés nonetheless dear to him, the master craftsman reworks great old mechanisms with renewed wonder, authority and lyricism.

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By Michael M. Shapiro

Much of the talk in New Jersey regarding contested Congressional seats this Fall has centered around District 7, where Democratic Assemblywoman Linda Stender is running against Republican State Senator Leonard Lance to fill the House seat vacated by retiring Republican Congressman Michael Ferguson (R-7).

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By Mayor John McCormac

I am pleased to report that the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders recently approved the purchase of two tracts of undeveloped land in Woodbridge Township as part of Middlesex County’s and Woodbridge Township’s open space land preservation program.

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