Bayonne residents braved the over 90 degree weather and came out to honor Natonial Nightout in Bayonne on August 7, 2018.
Represented by Hudson County’s Law enforcement such as the Bayonne Police Department and Hudson County Sheriff’s Office the event was loaded with plenty of things to do for Bayonne residents, from inflatables rides for the children, vendors and a special treat for children; sitting in an actual Bayonne Police cruiser and BFD Fire truck.
Information was handed out by the many vendors at the event Jersey City Medical Center, Bayonne Community Bank, The City of Bayonne Office on Aging , Grace Lutheran Church and many others who were stationed along the event route between 21st and 23rd streets, along Broadway.
Also on hand McCabe Ambulance service and a large vehicle from the County of Hudson EMS Task Force.
The Healthy Living Event Creates a Safe and Welcoming Environment for Lesbian, Bisexual, Cis and Trans Women; Event includes Health Screenings, Resources, Yoga, Meditation and More
HOBOKEN – CarePoint Health and Hoboken University Medical Center are partnering with Hudson Pride Center to host the “Every Woman Wellness Event” – a healthy living event for lesbian, bisexual, cis and trans women.
New Program to Provide Residents with $10 Spay/Neuter Service After More Than $125,000 Raised by Exchange Physical Therapy Group & Jaclyn Fulop
Local small business Exchange Physical Therapy Group, owner Jaclyn Fulop and Liberty Humane Society cut the ribbon today at on Jersey City’s first low-cost spay/neuter mobile van during a ceremony on at the animal shelter at 235 Jersey City Boulevard.
The mobile van was purchased and its services made possible after a fundraising drive organized by Exchange Physical Therapy Group and Jaclyn Fulop, raising over $125,000 for the non-profit animal shelter.
Exchange Physical Therapy Group in Jersey City and Weehawken, hosted a fundraiser in April at local distillery Corgi Spirits, and through ticket sales and corporate donations, more than quadrupled its initial goal raising a total of over $125,000.
“We saw there was a great need in the community and wanted to help and ensure that all of Jersey City’s cats and dogs have a chance at a good life,” said Jaclyn Fulop, co-ownerof Exchange Physical Therapy Group. “We couldn’t be prouder than we are today to cut the ribbon on the van and see it in operation. We know this will impact many pet-owning families.”
Please be advised that the National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for tonight and tomorrow. Due to the likelihood of flooding through Sunday, July 22, the Office of Emergency Management is taking precautions by putting no parking signs and barricades near flood prone intersections.
These intersections include:
4th and Monroe
9th and Monroe
9th and Madison
3rd and Jackson
1st and Clinton
3rd and Clinton
Henderson and Newark
Grove Street and Newark
The City of Hoboken will provide more information as the situation develops. Thank you for your cooperation.
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