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June 11, 25 For info call


732-469-3363 or visit www.co.somerset. nj.us/recycle


School’s Out for Summer!


Zeus is Coming – Site preparation for a new office, laboratory and manufacturing facility for Zeus Industrial Products Inc. is underway in the area of


Chubb Way and Route 202 North. Zeus is a global supplier of high performance tubing, heat shrinkable tubing, special profiles, and many other engineered spe- cialty products. A 60,099 square foot two-story building will combine 26,049 square feet of office space, 51,699 square feet of laboratories, and 3,686 square feet of manufacturing and warehouse. Zeus is planning 194 parking spaces. En- trance to the facility will be on Chubb Way.


Branchburg Schools: Last day of school at Whiton is Tueday, June 19. Last day at Stony Brook and BCMS is Wednesday, June 20. Eighth-grade graduation cer- emonies at BCMS are Wednesday, June 20 at 7 pm.


Somerville High School: Last day of school is Friday, June 22, with graduation ceremonies on Brooks Field at 5 pm..


-- submitted by Alice Cooper 47 Readington Road


Branchburg, NJ 08876 Tel: 908-203-1600


Just off Route 22! Minutes from Routes 287 and 78


BSC PLAYMAZE NOW OPEN!


BSC PLAYMAZE AVAILABLE FOR: OPEN PLAY PARTIES CAMPS


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FIELD TRIPS PLAYGROUPS MOM’S CLUBS


Visit us at www.branchburgsports.com for more information Proud to be Your Local Realtors!


Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Pat Deseno & Michelle Lee


Sales Associates | Certified Relocation Specialists International Sterling Society 2011


Experience, Dedication & Results.


REDUCED$569,000


Address: 302 Rt. 202/206, PO Box 446, Bedminster, NJ 07921 Office: 908.658.9000 | Cell: 908.295.1192/ 908.872.9287 Email: patricia.deseno@cbmoves.com Website: www.patdesenoandmichelelee.com


NEW$409,900 UNDERCONTRACT SOLD


A Great Day of Lacrosse – On April 28, the 7th Grade Bar- rage Boys Lacrosse team started their day beating a strong Flemington team at


White Oak Park, and ended their day watching Division 1 college lacrosse as Princeton beat Cornell in the Ivy League regular season finale. They even got to spend some time with Princeton’s Head Coach, Chris Bates, who spoke to them not only about the game of lacrosse, but about the importance of having and executing a plan to achieve their life’s goals and it all starts with working hard in school. Pictured above at Princeton University are Kyle McCormick, Kon- nor Spotts, Scott Hand, Tommy Garretson, Coach Bates, Brendan Marino, Sean Kunz, Nick Couzzi, Tyler Garcia, and Tommy Harnett. – submitted by Benjamin A. Marino


53BluegrassBlvd.,Branchburg 12StrawberryHills,Branchburg NEW$548,500


REDUCED$648,500


12OakHillRd.,Branchburg ACTIVE$474,900


84DuvalSt.,Bridgewater New$449,000


325MountainRd.,Readington UNDERCONTRACT


1FederalLn.,Readington REDUCED$339,900


24GleimRd.,Readington ACTIVE$199,000


73EbersohlCir.,Readington UNDERCONTRACT


142FootHillRd.,Readington


4TavernLn.,Readington


16TroonTer.,ClintonTwp.


1BridleLn.,WashingtonTwp.


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