CAPTION: Monique Smith Andrews, founder and CEO of the Mo’Hair Foundation cut the ribbon on her new salon at Christ Hospital in Jersey City Friday. The Mo’Hair Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides free non-surgical hair replacements to individuals suffering hair loss from chemotherapy and other illnesses when they cannot afford it themselves. The new salon will be located in the Infusion Center on the third floor of Christ Hospital.
The Foundation Provides Free Non-Surgical Hair Replacement for Cancer Patients & Others who Cannot Afford them
Goal to Educate Over 100 Local Seniors During National Nutrition Month
Free “Lunch & Learn Series” Focuses on Healthy Nutrition to help Senior Citizens Live Longer, Healthier Lives
March is National Nutrition Month and CarePoint Health is teaming up with AngelaCARES Inc. and Inserra ShopRite to help educate over 100 local senior citizens about steps they can take to improve their health through better nutrition to lead longer, healthier lives through a free seminar as part of its Lunch & Learn Series at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, March 23 atThe Bethune Center at 140 MLK Drive.
The seminar, which is free and open to the public, will include a healthy lunch provided by CarePoint Health and Inserra ShopRite nutritionist Lynette Hem-Lee will discuss such topics as how to eat and live healthy, reduce cholesterol, manage diabetes, boost energy and strengthen the immune system, improve skin conditions and think more clearly. Continue reading CarePoint Health Teams Up with AngelaCARES Inc. and Inserra ShopRite→
This fall, Hudson Bike Share, the public bike share program operating in Hoboken, will add 260 new bikes and 35 new stations throughout Guttenberg, North Bergen, Weehawken, Bayonne and West New York. The program is growing from its initial 250 bikes and 29 stations at launch to 560 bikes and over 65 stations across six cities.
The event, is open to Hudson County Community College students and all Hudson County residents; 40 companies are participating.
Hudson County Community College (HCCC) will hold a Spring 2017 Job Fair on Wednesday, April 5 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the College’s North Hudson Campus – 4800 Kennedy Boulevard in Union City. The HCCC North Hudson Campus is adjacent to the Bergenline Avenue Transit Station. There will be part-time and full-time positions offered. Job hunters are recommended to dress for a business interview and to bring five to 10 copies of their résumés to the event.
The companies represented at the event include nearly every sector of business, including health care, banking/financial services, insurance, education, logistics, computer programming, retail sales, STEM, social services, technology, government, pool maintenance, real estate, U.S. armed forces, and more.
The organizations that will be present at the event are:
BAYONNE, NJ – About two dozen Bayonne High School students received instruction about applying for internships and jobs, as well as other business skills needed after graduation, at a special human resources workshop held for them.
The students are members of the Bayonne Junior Chamber of Commerce, a collaborative venture between the Bayonne Chamber of Commerce and the Bayonne School District. The program is supported by CarePoint Health and other chamber members.
It promises to be something for everyone when the Bayonne Home Town Fair opens this weekend and brings the community out for some fun rides, delicious food, and activities for the kids.
On Sat, June 6, 11 am-7 pm, and Sun, June 7, 12-6 pm, 22nd to 24th Streets (along Del Monte Drive) in Bayonne will be packed with more than 60 vendors and non-profits, children’s rides, games and plenty of entertainment. A soundstage will be set up in the parking lot in front of the Polish American Club, and Kiddie Town near the Mini Golf Course will attract kids of all ages. Continue reading FAMILY FUN AT THE BAYONNE HOMETOWN FAIR→
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