August 2010 Archives
FROM THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (NJDOT)
Revised 14 Day Notice:
Due to rain delaying the deck pour last week, the opening of the bridge has been rescheduled to 9/10/2010 Tentatively.
The bridge will now be fully opened in the final configuration.
Work: Re-open Route 27 Bridge in the final configuration.
Location: Route 27 / NB & SB / MP 22.89 to 23.07
Municipality/County: Metuchen Borough / Middlesex County
Impacts: The Route 27 Bridge will be fully re-opened to traffic on 9/10/2010 in the final configuration.
If you have any questions, please contact Denise Peck, Regional Manager, NJDOT, Community Relations at (609) 530-2853.
Go, Marqus! Enjoy the big leagues!
From the YMCA:
Rev up your running or walking shoes and join us on Saturday, September 25th at Roosevelt Park in Edison for our annual Janice Garbolino Memorial 5K Walk/Run. Last year over 400 runners and walkers come out to Roosevelt Park to celebrate the spirit of Janice Garbolino, former long-time Health & Wellness Director at the Metuchen Branch YMCA, and raise money for our YMCAs Fund for Tomorrow at the same time! All proceeds of the Janice Garbolino 5K will support LIVESTRONG ™ at the YMCA program, a physical activity and wellness program for cancer survivors.
Invite some friends and form a team in memory of someone, in honor of someone, for encouragement of someone, or just because. To sign up for the 5K, please visit your local branch or register online at https://www.metuchen-edisonymca.org
Sponsorships are available! A Sponsor form is located in the "photos" section of this group. You can print a copy and send it back to the YMCA Corporate Office. Or contact Helene Zahn to sponsor this worthwhile event!
The Fund for Tomorrow has become the cornerstone for our commitment to building strong kids, strong families and strong communities.
The Class of 1965 is have a 45th reunion on Sept 17-18-19, 2010. We have invited the Class of 1964 and the Class of 1964 to join us in celebrating. If you would like to attend, please contact Connie Thornall Hope at email@example.com or 239-225-6609. We are having a Cocktail party on Friday, Sept 17 at the
for $22.00 per person. Then Saturday night we are having a Dinner/Dance at the Pines Manor for $95.00 per person and on Sunday there will be a brunch for $15.00 per person. Reuniting with former classmates is fun. We have our own website at www.metuche65.com. Please come and join us to celebrate both on the website and at the reunion. Crowne Plaza
In a distinctively difficult economy, it's hard to make a living at all, let alone be a working artist. However, sometimes the trick is to team up and some talented artisans in Metuchen have done just that. Beginning in February of this year, Amy Brooks and Linda Vonderschmidft-LaStella have met monthly at Brewed Awakening, first in an effort to simply meet regularly with a fellow artist who works independently and then to see if there would be any way they could collaborate. They felt that the art forms in which they specialize are significantly different from those of painters or collage artists or graphic designers and need a different approach to marketing and client development. Since both were full-time artists, they decided to create the collaborative Metuchen Artisans Alliance together.
Paradise Custom Glass and Earthsongs Works in Clay both provide custom design services and fabrication of their respective products to residential and corporate clients. Much of their work can be permanently installed and included in original architectural design. The official "launch" of the Alliance will be at the NJ Home Show, September 11-12-13 at the Garden State Exhibit Center in Somerset, NJ. There, they will have an opportunity to expand their client base beyond their local contacts, as well as meet with architects and others in the profession.
Lorraine Mulligan sent this notice to all customers for Saturday, August 7, 2010:
At approximately 6 AM on Saturday . . . the parking lots at the Mortgage Office and the Adninistrative Office will bev closed for a repaving project. The drive up ATM at Pearl Street and the parking lot at the rear of 429 Main Street will not be accessible again until Monday morning August 9th at 6 AM.
Please note that the Walk-Up ATM at 429 Main Street and the Drive-Up ATM at 442 Main Street are available every day 24 hours. On Saturday, the bank lobby will be open as usual from 9 AM - 12 noon. We are sorry for this inconvenience. (Now may be a good time to consider Metuchen Savings Bank's online banking services!)
The Metuchen Cultural Arts Commission, in association with the Metuchen Recreation Commission, will present its annual outdoor summer concert series, "Metuchen Rocks!" every Thursday night in August at 7:30 p.m. plus an end of the summer dance party and fireworks display on Sunday, September 5th. All concerts start at 7:30 p.m.The concerts take place in the heart of downtown Metuchen on Center Street next to the Metuchen Senior Citizen Center (behind the A&P Liquor Store).This year's concert series includes five New Jersey bands with diverse styles starting on August 5th with The One & Nines, a rhythm & blues band from Jersey City. The music continues with Asbury Park's Readymade Breakup on August 12, the Reggae band No Discipline on August 19, and the New Jersey indie roots/rock band The Roadside Graves on August 26. Metuchen Rocks! ends the summer with a dance party and fireworks display on Sunday, September 5th featuring music of the central Jersey band The Spidermonke