Â Today -Â Tuesday, November 6th is election Day.
For the pastÂ few Â years both these men have been running for President of the United States.
They have made all their speeches, had all their debates, spoke to the people of the United States about their programs, their promises, their agenda Â for the next 4 years. No more can be said by them, we haven’t already heard.Â Now it’s up to us.
Tommorow we have the power, to change who sit’s in the Whitehouse or who remains. It is our day to be heard.Â Whatever your political affliation -use this day to be heard.
Vote because hundreds of thousands of men and women who served in our Armed Forces Â died defending this country and defending our freedom to vote -their not here to vote -but you are and you should.
Vote for them.Â Use your right toÂ Vote!
East Coastâ€™s Fastest Growing Art Scene Features Hundreds of Artists, Dozens of Exhibitions, Galleries, Museums, and Live Entertainment A FREE Self-Guided Walking Tour All Weekend
Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy and the Municipal Council, and the Jersey City Dept. of Health & Human Services/Division of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with ProArts, and the Hudson Reporter, present the 2012 Jersey City Artists Studio Tour, a FREE self-guided walking tour featuring galleries, artist studios and ad hoc exhibition sites. The tour will take place from Noon â€“ 6:00 p.m.throughout the city on the weekend of Saturday, October 13th and Sunday, October 14th. Continue reading Jersey Cityâ€™s Annual Artists Studio Tour October 13th and 14th, 2012
With record breaking attendance theÂ Â 19th Annual Newport Liberty Half Marathon on September 23 had a great turnout.
19% more runners participated Â in the raceÂ for 2012 than in 2011, with 2,640 men, women and elite competitors registered. The first male runner to finish the race was Kenneth Goglas, a resident of Randolph, N.J., who came in at 1:09:11.68. The first female runner to finish the race was Cheyenne Ogletree of Garfield, N.J., who crossed the finish line at 1:21:57.41. All of the runners finished strong! A complete list of participants and race times can be viewed here: http://www.compuscore.com/cs2012/sept/libhm.htm.
Photos courtsey of Quinn & Co.
Bark in the Park: FUNDRAISER
Registration for Bark in the Park walkers is now open! Walkers can sign up individually, form teams, or fundraise as a “virtual walker” if you cannot attend the event.
Their Â goal this year is to raise $40,000–which Liberty Humane SocietyÂ Â is confident Â their supporters can helpÂ them achieve.
The initial registration fee is $25 a for single walker and $35 for a human plus one dog.
Why stop there? If at least 200 participants each raise a total of $200, LHS will already be atÂ their goal! Visit the Bark in the Park webpage now to learn more about the event, create your personalized fundraising webpage, and get some great tips on how to form teams and maximize your fundraising potential.
HelpÂ Liberty Humane SocietyÂ make this the Â biggest fundraiser of the year the most successful one of the year!
Vendor registration is still open as well! Sign up for a booth today to be a part of this dog-lover’s extravaganza. Submission forms are due by Wednesday, August 29th.
Â Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that McLooneâ€™s Bayonne Grille, the restaurant that will open at Winners, the new off-track wagering facility, will have a job fair at City Hall on Wednesday, June 6, and Thursday, June 7, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. McLooneâ€™s will accept resumes in the City Council Chambers on both days. McLooneâ€™s representatives will be on hand to meet applicants. City Hall is located at 630 Avenue C, between 27th and 28th Streets. The Council Chambers are located on the first floor. Continue reading McLooneâ€™s Bayonne Grille to Have Job Fair at Bayonne City Hall on June 6 and 7th