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New Jersey Siblings Compete At Mountain Creek

Tori and Mason Shenk are in Fall training for the 2016/2017 ski season after a fantastic finish to their 2015/2016 season at Mountain Creek.  They both finished 1st in the State representing the New Jersey Ski Racing Association (NJSRA) in Slalom and Giant Slalom Championships.   Mason Shenk had an undefeated season, winning every race he competed in to qualify for the U12 New Jersey State Team at the 2016 Francis Piche Invitational Championship race in Gunstock, NH.     Tori Shenk was ...

Pet First Aid and CPR Class Prepares People To Help Pets In An Emergency

October is National Animal Safety and Protection Month, a time for pet owners to practice safe handling and preventative measures for domestic pets. In honor of National Animal Safety and Protection Month, First Aid & CPR, LLC will host a Pet First Aid and CPR Class at Purr’n Pooch Pet Resorts, located on 86 West Gilbert Street in Tinton Falls, NJ, on Sunday, October 23 from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Just like with people, accidents and emergencies can happen to animals so being prepared could ...

Middletown Police Department & School District Salute Law Enforcement, Military and First Responders October 21

In light of the recent trend of professional football players refusing to stand for the National Anthem and the spreading of anti-American and anti-law enforcement  sentiment, the Middletown Police Department has partnered with the Middletown School District in holding a salute to law enforcement, military and first responders. On October 21, 2016 Middletown High School South will host Toms River North in the Asbury Park Press game of the week. We have chosen this day for our ceremony. ...

“Shop With Love” For Lunch Break

By Gena Ansell-Lande Everything at Lunch Break begins with Love. Literally. Longtime executive director Gwen Love is the driving force behind the people and programs that service the needs of people throughout Monmouth County. Her gentle, yet firm, leadership keeps her vision focused and unwavering – qualities that have endeared her and Lunch Break’s mission into the hearts of clients and staff. In honor of the love that Mrs. Love spreads every day, “Shop with Love,” an online food ...

Monmouth County Program To End Veteran Homelessness

Freeholder Lillian Burry and John F. Downing, CEO of Soldier On, the private nonprofit organization committed to ending veteran homelessness, recently unveiled further plans for the proposed $17 million ratable to be located on an approximate 10-acre property on Essex Road, Tinton Falls, at a gathering of local, county, state, and federal officials at Eagle Oaks Country Club. Mrs. Burry has been championing the proposition for the past five years, challenging every obstacle and offering ...

Embroiders’ Guild Meetings

Embroiderers' Guild of America-Monmouth Chapter is dedicated to teaching and sharing the joys of needlework. They welcome stitchers of all levels. There are sit-and-stitch tables at each meeting as well as special projects. For more information, contact Toni at (732) 462-5540 or visit www.mcega.org. Evening stitchers will meet Monday, October 17 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Colts Neck Library, 1 Winthrop Drive, Colts Neck. Sunday's group will meet on October 16 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the ...

Family and Children’s Service Offers Free Medicare Open Enrollment Counseling

Medicare Open Enrollment, the period of time when eligible Medicare beneficiaries can make changes to their health and prescription drug coverage plans without penalty, begins on October 15. Seniors and other eligible beneficiaries who have questions about their 2017 Medicare options are encouraged and invited to contact Family and Children’s Service (FCS) to schedule a free, confidential appointment with a qualified State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) counselor. “Our ...

CBA Advanced Placement Students Excel In Latest Academic Year Results

Advanced Placement exam results are in for Christian Brothers Academy's students who tested during the 2015-2016 school year. Once again, the merits of the academy’s curriculum were on display, as academy students scored above the national average in many of the AP exams that were administered. AP exams are college-level tests administered by The College Board, the makers of the SAT. AP exams enable high school students to earn college credit and receive advanced placement at many colleges ...

Country Bazaar On October 15

If you’re craving a jar of homemade bread and butter pickles or hot pepper jelly, come to the 85th annual Country Bazaar at the Holmdel Community Church from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on October 15. Enjoy a day of old-fashioned fun, delicious food, and great holiday shopping. The bazaar will be held in Fellowship Hall, which has been recently renovated to reflect its original turn-of-the-century elegance. The event will feature a bountiful selection of cakes and pies, as well as a variety of ...

A New Year Begins At Lincroft Elementary School

By Les Pierce For many parents of young children, this day marked the return to a normal state. Lincroft youngsters woke up on Thursday, September 8 to the realization that it was “back to school day.” At Lincroft Elementary, keeping with tradition, Principal Steven Graziano was posted outside in front of the school. As each bus emptied Mr. Graziano greeted the students as they filed into the building. A few of the pupils looked a bit dazed, but the vast majority appeared bright-eyed ...