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MODEL TRAINS, HOCKHOCKSON FARM ADDED TO OCTOBER 5 HOUSE TOUR By Laura Kolnoski

MODEL TRAINS, HOCKHOCKSON FARM ADDED TO OCTOBER 5 HOUSE TOUR By Laura Kolnoski                 There are exciting new developments since we reported last month on the popular House Tour sponsored by the Colts Neck Historic Preservation Committee, scheduled for 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 5. An operating model railroad layout, created especially for the tour by resident Bob Gassaway, will be located in the meeting room at Township Hall. Mr. Gassaway, who has ...

JERSEY SHORE PARTNERSHIP CELEBRATES “NEW BEGINNINGS” By Laura Kolnoski

JERSEY SHORE PARTNERSHIP CELEBRATES “NEW BEGINNINGS” By Laura Kolnoski                   They came in busloads from as far away as Cape May. Supporters and stakeholders of the Jersey Shore from throughout the state, including dignitaries and officials from tourism, government, the military, business, education, and environmental concerns, gathered by the hundreds at Fort Hancock on Sandy Hook on the evening of September 10 to party with a purpose: continuing restor...

TOWNSHIP TO HOST HOLMDEL’S FIRST HARVEST FESTIVAL

TOWNSHIP TO HOST HOLMDEL’S FIRST HARVEST FESTIVAL Get ready for a fall festival of fun with family and friends at Holmdel’s First Harvest Festival, a special two-day event scheduled for Saturday, October 5 from 12:00 to 10:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 6 from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m.  at Bayonet Farm, 41 Middletown Road. The festival is sponsored by the Holmdel Department of Parks and Recreation, together with Home Depot. Plans for the weekend’s full agenda include a carousel ride, ...

A BIG NIGHT FOR THE MARTHA MARY GUILD

A BIG NIGHT FOR THE MARTHA MARY GUILD Now that the Clothing/Linen Sale is over, the Martha Mary Guild of St. Mary’s Church can relax and enjoy their October meeting. Many exciting things are planned for Wednesday, October 8.  The evening will have an early start, with the rosary in church at 6:00 p.m., followed by the induction of new members with the pastor, Rev. Jeffrey Lee, presiding at 6:30 p.m. After the ceremony, everyone will proceed to Madonna Hall for the annual pot luck supper, ...

“KICK-OFF” CEREMONY HERALDS NEW BEGINNING FOR FORMER BELL LABS/LUCENT By Laura Kolnoski

“KICK-OFF” CEREMONY HERALDS NEW BEGINNING FOR FORMER BELL LABS/LUCENT By Laura Kolnoski        Surrounded by state, county, and local dignitaries and illuminated by natural light flooding down from the glass ceiling above, developer Ralph Zucker hosted a ceremony that even he, at times, doubted would occur. On September 16, the doors of Holmdel’s former Bell Labs/Alcatel-Lucent building swung open to again welcome guests, heralding in its new era.             ...

Church Vendor Fair on October 19 in Atlantic Highlands

Church Vendor Fair on October 19 in Atlantic Highlands        ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS -- The Board of Deacons of the First Presbyterian Church will be holding its first Fall Festival Vendor Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 19 at the church, located at Third and East Highland Avenues in Atlantic Highlands. On sale will be gift baskets, baked goods and other food, jewelry, cosmetics, housewares, artwork, photographs, handbags, gourmet food mixes, and kitchen gadgets....

United Way of Monmouth County’s “Stuff the Bus” School Supply Drive Has Record-Breaking Results

United Way of Monmouth County’s “Stuff the Bus” School Supply Drive Has Record-Breaking Results More Than 900 Backpacks Distributed to Area Children Farmingdale, New Jersey – United Way of Monmouth County (UWMC) has just completed its annual Stuff the Bus drive for school supplies with more than double the amount of donations and engaged volunteers compared to 2012, marking the 2013 Stuff the Bus drive as the most successful one to date. UWMC began the Stuff the Bus drive in order ...

NAVESINK GARDEN CLUB

NAVESINK GARDEN CLUB  “BE KIND TO THE BEES AND BUTTERFLIES” October  2013 – The Navesink Garden Club has invited Jeanne  Geremia, GCNJ’s Community Garden Chair, to give a presentation on bees and butterflies on Tuesday October 15, 2013  at 1:00 at the Atrium, on Rt. 35 in Red Bank .  The public is invited to attend free of charge.           Ms. Geremia’s program is titled “Gardeners Adding Pollinators” .  It will  be an overview of the new National Garden ...