Tuesday, January 8, 2013
NYSC holds Polar Bear Run for diabetes.
On Saturday, residents came to New York Sports Club to help raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Participants in the Tuff Kids Polar Bear Run and Plunge had to navigate through land and water obstacles and relays. After what was surely a fun time for the kids, they cooled down with food, games and prizes at the Polar Bear Party. A portion of the proceeds from the event were used to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the leading global organization focused on type-1 diabetes research.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
The New York Sports Club will hold a fundraiser to help those affected by Super Storm Sandy.
Help those most affected by Super Storm Sandy and get a workout at the same time this weekend at the New York Sports Clubs’ Work Out to Help Out fundraiser. To kick off the season of giving, NYSC is raising money for the New York Cares Hurricane Sandy relief effort with a fundraiser at every location between Friday and Sunday. The NYSC in Livingston is located at 39 W. Northfield Ave. The Work Out to Help Out fundraiser will include: In addition, the NYSC will provide additional special program classes at each location.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Residents can come take a shower and use the facilities.
In an effort to offer the comforts of home to all those who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy, the New York Sports Clubs in Livingston will be opening its doors to all victims for full use of its facilities. Beginning today and running through Nov. 14, the club will be allowing residents to come take a hot shower, charge a cell phone battery, or if they need to, simply workout. Residents must be 18 or older and be able to show a photo ID. NYSC is located at 39 W. Northfield Road.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Teachers Cycle for Survival, putting a meaningful spin on a day set aside for giving from the heart.
Teachers in Livingston schools know that kindness counts more this Valentine’s Day than flowers and chocolates. It’s a lesson on empathy they’ve been sharing with their students, literally, putting themselves in the shoes of others, or in this case, the sneakers of Jennifer Goodman Linn, the LHS graduate who has raised millions of dollars in sports clubs to help doctors find cures for rare cancers. Linn is battling a rare cancer that has inspired thousands to join her quest to put a positive spin on treatments. She's turned adversity into strength and opportunity to form the Cycle for Survival fundraiser, an event that raised more than $4.5 million this weekend alone at spinning events in major cities, and suburban Livingston, New Jersey, …