CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Information Table

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CASA of Mercer & Burlington Counties is a non-profit organization committed to speaking up in court for the best interests of children who have been removed from their families and placed in the foster care system. Adult volunteers are needed to ensure the well-being of these children. Hightstown Memorial Library 114 Franklin St. Hightstown, NJ Wednesday, April 19, 10am-12pm For information visit

Many Faces of Ego Insight Session

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It’s our ego that cause us sorrow. Join Leena, a 9 year practitioner of Rajyoga meditation, in this interactive workshop as we learn to recognize the many faces of ego and develop new techniques to counteract its effects on our peace of mind. Register online at Hightstown Memorial Library 114 Franklin St. Hightstown, NJ Wednesday, 4/5/17 6:30-7:30 pm

Meditation Lunch Hour

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Join us for some guided meditation during your lunch hour. This short meditation will help us regain the peace that we lose through our busy mornings and help us get smoothly through the rest of our day. Facilitated by Leena, a 9 year practitioner of Rajyoga meditation. Mondays,  12:30-1 pm Hightstown Memorial Library 114 Franklin St. Visit

One-on-one Medicare Counseling

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Questions about your Medicare assistance? Schedule a private appointment with a Medicare counselor who has been trained to assist with applications, educate and help problem-solve. Provided by Mercer County SHIP (State Health Insurance Assistance Program). To schedule an appointment call the office at (609) 924-2098 ext.16 Hightstown Memorial Library Thursdays, 103 For more info:

HHS Cooperative Education program


To all companies in the Hightstown area, Hightstown High School has a Cooperative Education program. High school seniors in the program receive credits toward gradation if they are employed for at least 540 hours (about 15 hours a week) during the school year. There are many advantages to hiring students who are enrolled in the co-op program. The students’ work performance is monitored by a co-op coordinator and will become part of their grade. The students also receive workplace readiness classroom instruction and they can leave school early each day. The students are responsible for obtaining their own jobs and many of them are already employed. I am building a list of interested employers. If…