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Garmany Fundraiser Brings Support and Awareness

By Nicholas Deckmejian On September 9, Garmany of Red Bank hosted the inaugural fundraising event "Garmany…Boom!" Professional athletes, celebrities, and others from around the area came to help support and raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis through the Boomer Esiason Foundation. Supporting a cause to help others fight diseases is always noble, but doing so while in the company of NFL stars Boomer Esiason, Phil Simms, and Bart Scott is a special treat – especially with the energy and ...

Rumson Education Foundation Fundraiser

The Rumson Education Foundation (REF) is taking you back to the glittering Great Gatsby era at their annual Celebration for Education fundraiser, set for Saturday, November 19 from 7:00 to 11:30 p.m. at the Rumson Country Club’s main clubhouse. Come enjoy a sassy Speakeasy Casino Night party featuring blackjack, roulette, and craps tables along with open bar, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, live auction, silent auction, games, and prizes. Since its inception, the REF has raised and granted ...

Community Group Highlight Actions For River Health on Paddle the Navesink Day

At the Paddle the Navesink event in Red Bank, groups from the Rally for the Navesink presented a letter to Red Bank to help address water pollution problems in the river, as well as highlighting their previous efforts. Paddle the Navesink is a day of celebration for all who enjoy the waterway. Rally for the Navesink groups also had a table to share information about the pollution problems and how citizens can help, including a citizens’ letter to all the elected officials in the watershed to ...

Free Dental Care At Lincroft Practice

October 13 is the day when Newman Springs Dental Care will hold their 10th Annual “Dentistry From The Heart” day of free dentistry. The dental volunteers will provide examinations, digital x-rays, blood pressure, and Velscope (advanced oral cancer) screenings. A choice of an extraction, filling, or cleaning will be provided to those 18 years and older who arrive at the Lincroft practice. Registration begins at 7:00 a.m. and is first come, first served. The first 120 adults are guaranteed to ...

Holmdel High School PTSO To Host Colorfest During Homecoming Weekend

Holmdel High School PTSO’s Second Annual “Colorfest” will be held on Saturday, October 15 starting at 11:30 a.m., welcoming Tom’s Ford as a Platinum Sponsor this year. The event is a 1.5-mile, family friendly “run-walk-stroll” where participants of all ages will enjoy being splashed and sprayed with safe, eco-friendly, plant-based powdered color. There will be a DJ, food trucks, Colorblast Zone, and a grand prize raffle. Other local sponsors include Lexus of Edison, The Max Challe...

Colts Neck Community Band To Play Free Public Concert

The Colts Neck Community Band is a top-notch concert band comprised of musicians who share a strong commitment to quality musical performance and provide a supportive community among the membership. As the conductors of the group often say, this ensemble “puts the community in community band.” The music enjoyed by the Colts Neck Community Band’s audience ranges from marches to classical music to crowd-pleasing jazz, rock, pop, and show tunes, with something for everyone. The upcoming ...

Let’s Dish! Let’s Talk About Pears

By MaryAnn Miano Where would the ubiquitous painting of a basket of fruit sitting on an autumn table-scape be without the wonderful and delicious pear? It would be an incomplete portrait. Nature blessed us with the pear – juicy like a peach but crunchy like an apple and a close cousin to the apple, despite their difference in shape and flavor. The pear has a long and honorable history. The pear was well-known in Greece around 1,500 B.C. and had been consumed in China for centuries ...

Blessing of the Animals at Historic All Saints’ Memorial Church

All Saints’ Memorial Church, locally known as The Stone Church, will be offering a Blessing of the Animals Service in two locations this year. This annual tradition at All Saints’ and in many other churches is in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, who was known for his love for all God’s creations, treating all fellow creatures as brothers and sisters. On Tuesday, October 4, The Rev. Debbie Cook, Rector of All Saints’ Memorial Church, will be at Happy Tails Veterinary Hospital at 827 ...

News From The Red Bank Public Library

Red Bank Public Library recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of the “Let’s Talk About Race” series. To mark the occasion, they had Reverend Gilbert Caldwell as the guest speaker. Reverend Caldwell marched with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and was very involved in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. The “Let’s Talk About Race” series continues to meet monthly and will introduce topics for discussion that are relevant to our times and community. Also on the horizon is a brand new ...

“Bridges At The Shore” Volunteers Already Gearing Up For The Holidays

By Tony Senk Those “Bridges at the Shore” volunteers are at it again! Recently, the hardworking always-ready-to-lend-a-hand volunteers distributed 370 backpacks filled with school supplies for children that needed them. And their extraordinary work is far from over. “We are now working on a collection of new and lightly used winter coats for kids,” said Kathy Logan, Bridges at the Shore Outreach Program coordinator. “We’re looking for coats in sizes newborn through size 18, or ...