The Hudson County Animal League is holding two flea markets and a special winter fundraiser during January and February.
The group is hosting flea markets at the old firehouse and senior center, 27th Street and Broadway, on Jan. 18 and Feb. 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tables are $10 each to rent.
For more information, or to rent tables, call Chris at (201) 437-8732.
The league will also be hosting a Winter Tricky Tray Matinee on Saturday, Jan. 25 from 2 to 5:30 p.m. (doors open at 1:30) at Heart of Jesus Polish National Catholic Church, 290 Ave. E.
Tickets are $12. A donation of a can of cat food and a nonperishable item for a local food pantry are also requested.
For tickets, call (201) 332-7612.
NY/NJ Super Bowl mobile tour to stop on Route 440
The NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee’s “Join the Huddle” tour presented by P.C. Richard & Son, will visit Jersey City this week.
The tour will stop at the P.C. Richard & Son Superstore, 727 Route 440, on Wednesday, Jan. 15, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fans attending can visit the Huddle Shuttle’s replica stadium locker room with NY Jets, NY Football Giants, Super Bowl, and Vince Lombardi memorabilia, the Vince Lombardi Trophy Room, and the broadcast booth.
Fans can also participate in the stations outside the structure, where they can perform a number of basic football drills.
The tour is traveling throughout New Jersey and New York over the next two weeks, carrying a unique game-day experience for residents and fans.
For more information, visit www.jointhehuddletour.com.
Volunteers wanted for Hudson Medical Reserve Corps
If you would like to volunteer during public health emergencies and natural disasters in Hudson County or elsewhere, the Hudson Regional Health Commission (HRHC) Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is looking for you.
MRC units are made up of locally based volunteers (with or without a medical background). They include medical and public health professionals such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, mental health professionals, dentists, veterinarians, and epidemiologists. Other community members, such as interpreters, chaplains, office workers, and legal advisers, fill vital support positions.
Volunteers give a minimal amount of time and have the choice to respond locally only or to be deployed outside the county. MRC volunteers were an important part of the Hurricane Sandy response. They gave more than 450 hours, helping at shelters and acting as translators.
Volunteers participate in various trainings and drills throughout the year, enhancing their preparedness skills, and heightening their ability to respond to many different types of events.
Hudson County’s Emergency Management, police, fire, EMS, and public-health professionals are working hard to identify, train for, and respond to emergencies that could impact those who live and work here, but more help is needed.
For more information, visit the HRHC website at www.hudsonregional.org and click on “Medical Reserve Corps” on the menu bar on the left. Interested individuals can also call Monique Davis, Hudson County MRC coordinator, or Christina Butieb-Bianco, assistant MRC coordinator, at (201) 223-1133 or email email@example.com.