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Kenneth Lang

Community Advisor

Kenneth Lang is a Digital Business Analyst/Project Manager. He lives in Wayne, N.J. and is active with various township and county organizations. He volunteers as a member of the North Jersey Chamber of Commerce’s Ambassadors committee and will be joining the Passaic County WIB (Workforce Investment Board) this fall. Ken also facilitates two local job support groups in northern NJ.

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  1. William Paterson University Features Job Fair

    William Paterson University Features Job Fair

    WAYNE, N.J. -- William Paterson University in Wayne will hold a job fair this week. The fair will run from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday at 1600 Valley Road. Participants should enter through the front lobby. The snow date will be Friday.Companies attending the job fair include Aflac, AmeriCorps, VISTA, Atlantic Health System, Dunbar Armored, Edison, Job Corps, Flyte, Tyme, Worldwide Gem, ...

  2. Wayne Synagogue Holding Coat Drive

    Wayne Synagogue Holding Coat Drive

    WAYNE, N.J. – Temple Beth Tikvah is collecting new or gently used winter coats, scarves and gloves to give out to those in need. Any size coat from child to adult will be accepted. Coat donations can be placed in the boxes that are located outside Ellen Goldin's office in the religious school. The drive will last until Jan. 28.

  3. Wayne Rabbi Remembers Martin Luther King Vividly

    Wayne Rabbi Remembers Martin Luther King Vividly

    WAYNE, N.J. — Wayne Rabbi Israel Dresner does not have to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous speech from the history books or secondhand accounts: he heard it through his own ears.The Temple Beth Tikvah rabbi will speak about his experience with King at the temple on Jan. 15, shortly before the national celebration of the iconic activist's birthday."I followed him around ...

  4. Wayne Recreation Department Offering Indoor Tennis Lessons

    Wayne Recreation Department Offering Indoor Tennis Lessons

    WAYNE, N.J. -- The Wayne Recreation Department will offer indoor tennis lessons at the indoor tennis club starting on Friday, Jan. 8.Six-week programs are available for beginners, advanced beginners and intermediates.Cost of attendance is $95 for beginners, $125 for intermediates and $105 for advanced beginners. Loaner rackets will be available. Click here to register.  The Wayne Indoor ...

  5. Wayne Pastor Brings Teens Together For Christmas

    Wayne Pastor Brings Teens Together For Christmas

    WAYNE, N.J. — A Wayne pastor is making church the place to be for teens this Christmas.The Rev. Dr. Karyn Ratcliffe recruited Wayne youth to Packanack Community Church to celebrate the spirit of Christmas Thursday at 11 p.m., and deliver a message of hope and peace. She also wanted to dispel beliefs that young people don't value their faith.Ratcliffe joined the pastoral staff 18 years ...

  6. Wayne Hills Robotics Team Finishes Second At Winter Meet

    Wayne Hills Robotics Team Finishes Second At Winter Meet

    WAYNE, N.J. -- The Wayne Hills Patriots Robotics team recently took second place out of 20 teams in the New Jersey First Tech Challenge meet, known as Winter Meet III.Held Dec. 6 in Columbus, the meet featured a competition to see which team could create a robot that could complete certain tasks, such as climbing, hanging, placing garbage in buckets and pushing debris into certain ...

  7. Wayne Middle School Receives $10,000 Grant From State Education Association

    Wayne Middle School Receives $10,000 Grant From State Education Association

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Schuyler-Colfax Middle School in Wayne was one of 46 New Jersey schools and school districts selected to receive Sustainable Jersey for Schools small grants funded by the New Jersey Education Association.Schuyler-Colfax Middle School was awarded one of eleven $10,000 grants to establish a "Digging in the Dirt" school garden program.Sustainable Jersey is a ...

  8. Wayne Schools Earn 'Fuel Up And Play' Hometown Grant

    Wayne Schools Earn 'Fuel Up And Play' Hometown Grant

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Three township schools were awarded a Fuel Up and Play 60 Hometown grant to fund physical education and nutrition materials and supplies.Anthony Wayne Middle School, Ryerson, and Pines Lake Elementary Schools will share the $10,000 grant sponsored by the American Daily Association to foster sound nutrition based on a good breakfast, and more healthy lifestyles.Fuel Up and ...

  9. Wayne Voters Reject Full-Day Kindergarten

    Wayne Voters Reject Full-Day Kindergarten

    WAYNE, N.J. — Wayne remains the only municipality in Passaic County without full-day kindergarten after 53% of voters shot down the proposal on Tuesday.Opponents defeated the ballot question by a vote of 5,048 to 4,455.Taxpayers will not be paying the $2.1 million that would have been added to the 2015-2016 budget (SEE: Wayne Supporter Make Last Push For Full-Day ...

  10. Wayne Teachers Trained In New Apple Classroom App

    Wayne Teachers Trained In New Apple Classroom App

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Teachers from Pines Lake Elementary School in Wayne visited the Apple Store at Willowbrook Mall last week, to receive training on the new iTunes University classroom app.Teachers were guided through an interactive workshop to learn about a new approach to classroom instruction and organization. Pines Lake Principal Jose Celis joined the teachers in learning a creative ...

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