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Do Your Parents Need Help? Look for These Warning Signs.

Perhaps you’ve started to notice that mom’s getting more and more forgetful.  Her once organized house seems a bit less tidy and she is even missing important appointments.  And dad’s not getting around like he used to.  Getting up from a chair is harder for him and he seems unsure and unbalanced walking.  You notice these changes, but aren’t sure if it’s anything to worry about, or what to do. As parents get older sometimes roles are reversed and the adult child assumes ...

Golfers Invited to Tee off at 2016 FCS Golf Classic June 27 at Navesink Country Club

Golf enthusiasts are invited to participate in the 2016 Family & Children’s Service (FCS) Golf Classic, Monday, June 27 at Navesink Country Club and help support essential services for the vulnerable individuals and families in our community. The annual 18-hole golf outing raises funds for critical FCS programs and services that address homelessness; neglect, abuse or exploitation; health and respite care; financial instability due to physical, developmental or mental disabilities; ...

Red Bank Charter School Celebrates the Culture with Annual “Evening with the Arts”

What: In recognition of the importance of arts and culture in education, Red Bank Charter School (RBCS) will host it’s annual Evening with the Arts on Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. This much anticipated event will showcase student’s creative abilities and live performances as a celebration of the arts, music and theater, and a demonstration of how these art forms are integrated into the RBCS curriculum. Who: RBCS students, faculty, staff, community members and media guests. ...

Farmers’ Market Scheduled to Open in June

It is that time of year again!  Along with spring flowers comes the Atlantic Highlands weekly Farmers’ Market opening on June 3rd.  This will be the Market’s 9th year in Atlantic Highlands and it will return to Veterans’ Park with more participants, entertainment and other surprises. This year’s Farmers Market will have most of its regular vendors, along with some wonderful new sellers.  There will be a variety of produce, flowers, teas and coffees, natural skin products, fresh ...

RBR VPA Present an Operatic Double Feature on May 20 and 21

The vocal majors of Red Bank Regional High School’s (RBR) famed Visual & Performing Arts Academy are proud to present an operatic double feature on Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21, starting at 7 pm at RBR. The first show, Orfeo ed Euridice, by18th century composer Christoph Willibald von Gluck, will be performed in Italian with English subtitles. The opera also features a ballet by RBR VPA dance majors. The second show, a modern comic adaptation of Seymour Barab’s 1956 opera A Game ...

Saint John Vianney High School Host Classic Car Show

Saint John Vianney High School (SJVHS) hosted a classic car show on Saturday, April 30, 2016. This was the first car show ever at SJVHS. The car show was organized by the SJVHS Classic Car Club (C3 at SJV). There was an impressive blend of new and old cars from 1923 up to 2016. All of the cars were owned by students, staff, parents, relatives, alumni, and friends of SJVHS. The SJVHS Classic Car Club moderator Mr. Pat Smith, states “This was a community building event with the goal of ...

“L’Chaim!” Concert To Mark 50th Anniversary

The acclaimed Arcadian Chorale will celebrate Jewish music and culture with its Spring 2016 program, "L'Chaim, to Life!” The performance on Sat., May 14 at 8:00 PM is quite special, as it will also celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the performance site, Temple Shaari Emeth in Manalapan, 400 Craig Road. The concert will offer a great variety of music, from inspirational sacred works and songs derived from Jewish folk music to familiar Broadway hits, including Fiddler on the Roof. "We are so ...

Parents Who Host Lose The Most

By Nicholas Deckmejian On the evening of April 6, the Colts Neck Municipal Alliance presented "Parents Who Host Lose The Most" to an audience of community parents. A panel of local experts was there to provide insight on the liabilities of hosting underage drinking. Sgt. Kristian Devito and Sgt. Brian Caswell represented the Colts Neck Police Department and led the discussion, along with Farmers Insurance agent John Maguire and attorney Russell Macnow. Sgt. DeVito went through the reasons ...

Books For Cooks

By MaryAnn Miano Catherine Henning collected many cookbooks, but Poppy Cannon’s All-Time No-Time Any-Time Cookbook stands out as a catchy title amongst the Colts Neck Library’s special collection. Time, explains the author, is a precious commodity. Designed with time in mind, the goal of this book is to create outstanding dinners in a fraction of the time and still have the energy to enjoy them. Her belief is to not spend needless hours in the kitchen, fretting over complicated ...