Please join Pat Aussem, LPC, of Partnership for Drug-Free Kids for an informative evening focused on eCigs, vaping, and JUULing.
Pat Aussem, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor in both New Jersey and New York and is a certified Master Addictions Counselor.
In her work at the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, she is responsible for all clinical content, providing tools and resources to support families who have a child struggling with substance use.
Questions? D/Sgt. Matthew R. Nazzaro at 908-709-4313 / [email protected]
This presentation is made possible due the generosity of the Cranford Knights of Columbus and Cranford Municipal Alliance with support from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and the Cranford Public Schools.
We’ll lead you through the registration processes for the federal and state procurement systems, show you exactly where to go to get a clear picture of who’s buying what, and share the secrets to becoming a sub-contractor, among other essential practices.
This is your opportunity to get the clear directions you need to get started in government contracting. No matter what you are selling, somebody in the federal or state government is probably interested in buying it! You’ll start small, but some of our most successful clients started out with contracts worth just a few hundred dollars!
Already registered with the government but need a refresher in making the most of procurement opportunities? Attend this workshop and you’ll come away better prepared to find relevant postings and close the sale!
The Cranford Police Department will be participating in the 36th Annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 6th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Patrolman Robert F. Hand Plaza and on the front lawn of the Cranford Police Department headquarters.
The event provides an excellent opportunity for residents to interact with members of the Cranford Police Department in an informal setting. Residents and visitors may also obtain information about the Department’s many youth, educational, safety and public awareness programs.
Numerous police and emergency vehicles will be on display, including marked police cars, command post truck, police motorcycle, emergency services unit utility vehicles, and equipment from the Union County Office of Emergency Management, New Jersey Transit Police Department, and Norfolk Southern Railroad Police Department. Public Safety personnel will be on hand to answer questions or demonstrate equipment.
For the 11th year in a row, a blood drive will also be held during National Night Out.
A DJ, face painter, and entertainment will be on site to provide entertainment for children and adults, and AAA and other organizations will be handing out literature and giveaways.
As the event gets closer we will publish a schedule and list of other activities and participants.