Trip to Africa
For the Young
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Top Of PageTrip to Africa
Win a Trip with Nick Kristof for college students or middle and high
school teachers. Pulitzer Prize winner and New York Times op-ed
columnist, invites one college student and one educator to accompany
him on an all-expenses paid reporting odyssey to the African continent
this summer. Requirements include an essay of 700 words or less and
two references. www.nytimes.com/marketing/winatrip
Top Of PageParticipate Please
Mercer Chamber of Commerce offers "Mercer EYES: Empowering Youth
Employability Skills," a summer job initiative for are youth.
Businesses interested in providing a six-week summer experience for
area youths should contact Mattie Miller at 609-689-9960, ext. 10.
Special Olympics New Jersey seeks registrants for the Lincoln Tunnel
Challenge 5K scheduled for Sunday, April 22. Register at 222.sonj.org
or onsite at 6:45 a.m. Rain or shine. The race begins at 9 a.m.
Top Of PageThe Arts
Youth Stages seeks actor teachers for after-school drama classes in
the central New Jersey area. Call Jean Prall Rosolino at 609-430-9000
or E-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Glenwood Springs Chamber seeks national artists of original works of
art for the downtown area. Applications may be submitted from Monday,
April 9 to Wednesday, May 30. www.glenwoodchamber.com or 970-945-6589.
Top Of PageAvailable
Princeton University offers nearly 800 digital files of public events
and lectures as free downloads. Audios include Martin Scorsese,
Hillary Rodham Clinton, Maurice Sendak, Edward Felten, Paul Muldoon,
and Ingrid Daubechies. Encoded as MP3 files, they can be uploaded with
One Yoga and Wellness Center begins a six-week teacher training
intensive 200-hour program beginning Monday, June 25. 405 Route 130
North, East Windsor, 609-918-0963. Call for payment schedule.
Top Of PageFor Seniors
Senior Softball Association seeks players over 50 for softball games
held two evenings a week at Mercer County Park. Call Richard Conti at
Top Of PageFor the Young
Hopewell Valley YMCA is taking registration for spring programs
including youth soccer, t-ball, peanut ball, and tennis.
Top Of PageCauses
Children’s Home Society selling red roses to benefit foster children.
Pre-ordered roses will be delivered on Thursday, April 19. $18 per
dozen in red, yellow, pink, or peach. Minimum two dozen outside of
Yardley. Deadline for ordering is Tuesday, April 3. 609-882-4164.
Top Of PageVolunteer
Middlesex County Conservation Corps seeks volunteers for clean up,
trail building, plant and animal inventories, and reforestation of
more than 6,000 acres of open space. www.co.middlesex.nj.us
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