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Students Using Their Time With Their City in Mind

  Last week at Urban Clean-up Week, students celebrated “School Kids Sweep Up” Day by giving back to their community. Students canvassed the City with Department of Public Works (DPW) staff and school teachers by picking up litter around town. Later, with the trash found, students played a game of “Slam Dunk the Junk” at […]

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Women Aware Celebrates Volunteers’ Good Will Helping Others

(Phyllis Adams, Executive Director of Women Aware) (Dancers from Inspira Arts) Women Aware honored their volunteers through “A Night of Celebration” on April 22nd. Mayor Cahill said, “Today’s celebration is about you, the volunteers, and the source of hope you provide to so many for getting involved in something bigger than yourselves.” Just last year, […]

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Urban Clean-up Week on WCTC – Mayor Cahill Talks “Trash”

Urban Clean-up Week is seven days of environmental-themed events and efforts in New Brunswick that tackles all areas: clean neighborhoods, businesses and houses of worship, recycling and student involvement. April 22nd on WCTC, Mayor Cahill spoke about the remaining events to help make New Brunswick a cleaner, better community for everyone. He noted how a […]

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2014 Urban Cleanup Week is Here!

  Urban Cleanup Week for 2014 is here! From Monday, April 21 through Sunday, April 27, the city will host themed days where residents, businesses and volunteers will be invited to do their part to keep New Brunswick clean and green. On Monday, April 21, “Make Your Storefront Look Great Day” will invite businesses to […]

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Celebrate Earth Day Through A Composting 101 Potluck

Click above image for Spanish Version The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance and the New Brunswick Environmental Commission are hosting a Composting 101 Information Session and Potluck event on April 22nd at the New Brunswick Free Public Library, 60 Livingston Ave. Celebrate Earth Day enjoying food and learning ways to keep our Earth full of […]

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Project Inspire -A Free Youth Health Program- is Back for 2014!

Project Inspire is a youth program, through Robert Wood Johnson, for 10-15 year olds that promotes exercise and eating healthy. Transportation and lunch is provided, and better yet, everything is FREE! For details in English and Spanish, click here: Project Inspire 2014 For more information and to register, contact: Leslie Malachi RWJUH Community Health Promotions Program […]

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