Test your wits against some of Cranford’s sharpest minds. Doors open at 6:30 pm | Trivia 7:30 pm.
$350 per team | maximum of 10 players per team.
DJ Randy Geis! | T-shirts for each team member | Spirit Award Prizes Beer & wine tickets (20) for each team | Full Cash Bar available B.y.o. food: dinner, appetizers, snacks, or desserts.
The funds raised by the CFEE go directly toward innovative educational grants, written by teachers or administrators, that impact and advance teacher instruction and student learning in the Cranford Public Schools.
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Please save the date & join us on Friday, April 12, 2019 for St. Michael’s School 4th Annual Designer Bag Bingo & Tricky Tray!
Admission $25/person (Includes 10 Games with 3 Faces/Game)
Coffee & tea included. No outside alcohol. BYO snacks.
Doors Open at 5pm.
Calling Begins at 7pm.
For additional information please e-mail: [email protected] or call 908-276-9425
This is a free donation based event:
The Opioid Epidemic: Silently Affecting Our Community
Union County residents can learn about the local impacts of the national opioid crisis first-hand from representatives of the Union County Prosecutor, Sheriff, Police Division and other professionals by attending a free public meeting hosted by the Public Safety Committee of the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders titled, The Opioid Epidemic: Silently Affecting Our Community.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 21, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the McManus School auditorium, at 300 Edgewood Road in Linden. Admission is free and no pre-registration is required.
“Opioid abuse impacts the entire community, and that is why we are providing the public with an open discussion about the scope and nature of opioid abuse in Union County, and an assessment of the tools that are available to fight it,” said Freeholder Chair Bette Jane Kowalski. “I encourage all concerned citizens to come and learn how public resources are deployed to fight this epidemic.”
“Although the most recent numbers are encouraging, now is the time to bear down and get to the root of the crisis,” said Freeholder Christopher Hudak, who is the Chairman of the Public Safety Committee. “We are looking forward to hearing from professionals on the front lines of the battle against opioid abuse, and sharing this information with the public.”
The Opioid Epidemic: Silently Affecting Our Community will include:
- Overview of facts and trends about the opioid epidemic in Union County
- Details about the County Prosecutor’s Operation Helping Hands program and CLEAR, a collaborative program including the Union County Department of Public Safety, the Office of the Union County Sheriff, the nonprofit organization Prevention Links, and the Union County Department of Human Services
- Prevention Links presentation on prevention, treatment and recovery featuring personal stories and Recovery Coaches
- Information on Naloxone lifesaving assistance presented by First Responders
- Office of the Union County Sheriff K-9 demonstration and discussion about the impact of fentanyl on drug detection
- Discussion of statewide efforts to combat the opioid epidemic by representatives from the New Jersey Department of Health and Department of Human Services
A question and answer period will follow the presentations.
For more information contact Karen Dinsmore, Assistant Director, Union County Department of Human Services, [email protected]
Come join Cranford Resident Owned Heathermeade Distillery – Tree City Artisan Vodka
Tonight from 5PM to 10PM
835 Fairfield Avenue; Kenilworth, NJ
Learn how we make Tree City Vodka – the highest-rated NJ spirit by the American Distilling Institute (ADI)
Stay for a cocktail or try an infusion!
Buy a bottle and help support a local business!
The perfect nightcap for Small Business Saturday!