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If you are unemployed and have experience in an Information Technology (IT) or Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) field, upSKILL could help you enhance the skills you need to get hired and move your career forward. upSKILL is a consortium of colleges, Workforce Investment Boards, industry partners and professional associations in northern New Jersey that has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to pay the tuition and fees for courses that build on your current skills to qualify you for IT & STEM jobs. To find out more, visit the upSKILL website at www.upSKILLnj.org or email the project director at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Art O’brien, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs would like to encourage any Morris County resident struggling to meet their home energy bills to call the organization at 973-361-7878. The MCOHA is federally funded and helps low income households meet their heating and cooling needs. Opened until April 30th, 2014 the MCOHA also has programs helping moderate income households that require help with electric and natural gas. They have offices in Dover, Morristown and Butler or you can visit their website at www.mcoha.org
Bergen County’s only non-profit agency for victims of domestic violence, Shelter Our Sisters provides services for both adults and children. Not only do they offer shelter, but also services ranging from counseling, mentoring, job training and therapy for children. For more information, visit their website www.shelteroursisters.org or contact Jean Kirch 973-498-9247 ext. 301
When you look at human history, you see that the arts have played a special role in progress as a society. The Count Basie Theatre is proud to offer several different adult courses that will strengthen you as a person and help you indulge in your acting and dance fantasies or simply help you become a better public speaker. On Mondays, beginning on February 3rd, Melanie Taylor an award-winning director, stage manager, makeup artist, and performing arts teacher at Raritan High School will help you learn skills to engage your audience and gain confidence needed for public speaking. Beginning on March 3rd Bradley Mott, an accomplished college professor and film, TV, and commercial professional will show you all the proper technique on how to be a voice-over actor. On Thursdays, you get to unleash your inner dancer in a 4 week tap course, that will cover warm-ups, vocabulary, and fully-choreographed sequences that provide not only fun and entertainment, but a great workout. If you would like to know more about these courses or anything that The Count Basie Theatre has to offer you can visit their website, http://countbasietheatre.org/education or contact education director, Yvonne Lamb-Scudiery at 732-224-8778 ext. 106.
St. Jude Children’s Hospital’s 2nd Annual Strike Out For Cancer Bowling and Tricky Tray fundraiser will be held Sunday March 16th from 6:30-9:00pm. A donation of $14 will include bowling and 2 hours of bowling. The fundraiser will take place at Boon Lanes located at 720 Myrtle Ave in Boonton. Reserve your spot by March 2nd by calling 973-839-3383. All proceeds benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
Join the Historic Richmond Town for their New York City BBQ Cook-off on Saturday April 12 from 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM. There will be food, music, exhibits, BBQ sampling, cash prizes and live entertainment provided for this event. Two cook-offs will be taking place- attend either or both. Tickets available now! Get discounted pre-sale tickets at historicrichmondtown.org
Join the Historic Richmond Town for their New York City Chili Cook-off on Saturday April 26 from 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM. There will be food, music, exhibits, chili sampling, cash prizes and live entertainment provided for this event. Two cook-offs will be taking place- attend either or both. Tickets available now! Get discounted pre-sale tickets at historicrichmondtown.org
The Millbrook United Methodist Church is holding it's annual Garage and Rummage Sale from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. There will be something for everyone!
Susan G. Komen will be holding their 7th Annual North Jersey Race for the Cure on Sunday, May 4th! Registration begins at 7AM. With the Race EXPO opening at 8AM with the 5K Run starting gun at 8:30AM. New this year to the event is Endure For The Cure obstacle course beginning at 9AM. There will also be an inflatable obstacle course for the kids and the whole family can engage in a jousting demonstration presented courtesy of Medieval Times! The event will take place at the Essex County South Mountain Recreation Complex located at 560 Northfield Ave, West Orange. If you wish to learn more about the event or Susan G. Komen visit www.komennorthjersey.org or call 908-277-2904 ext. 17.
For 30 years WDHA FM has done one thing…and only one thing….Rocked New Jersey. WDHA has always provided New Jersey with the Best Classic Rock while always introducing Jersey to the Future of Rock And Roll. Like you, we have that Jersey Attitude! WDHA’s been ROCKING your community for 30 years and we aren’t going away! So, CRANK IT UP TO 11…WE’RE 105.5 WDHA, “THE ROCK OF NEW JERSEY”…ENOUGH SAID!
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