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United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties’ Women’s Leadership Council Hosts Casino Night

Event to Benefit Early Grade Reading Initiative United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties’ Women’s Leadership Council  hosted a Casino Night on Thursday, October 6, 2016 at the Shadowbrook at Shrewsbury, located at 1 Obre Place in Shrewsbury, NJ. Over 130 guests enjoyed classic casino games, dinner, open bar, and entered to win a weekend spa getaway as well as 60 chance auction baskets. Sponsored by Advanced Patient Advocacy, Atlantic Auto Body, Branning Collision Centers, CAPP General ...

Enthusiastic Volunteers Provide $54,514 In Free Dentistry At 10th Annual Dentistry From The Heart Event

The first people arrived in the dark hours before the dedicated volunteers were ready to go. The first patients were treated at 7:00 a.m. and the 84th left with a smile. Everyone who showed up was able to receive dental care. The 53 volunteers were exhausted, yet satisfied that they had given their all to help their community. The volunteers were Dr. Mitchel Friedman, Dr. Julia Cintron, Dr. Aparna Menon, Dr. Jeffrey Zatzkin, Dr. Jared Gelband, Dr. Allan Ruda, Dr. Randall Davis, Dr. Beth ...

Eleven CBA Seniors Recognized By 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program

Mr. R. Ross Fales, principal of Christian Brothers Academy, announced recently that Anthony Baldes (Marlboro), Daniel Berkowitz (Neptune), Tyler Gentile (Lincroft), Patrick Kollman (Little Silver), Nicholas Karris (Little Silver), Joe LaForgia (Island Heights), Cooper Land (Manalapan), Alfonse Niedermeyer (Wall), Brian Pell (Point Pleasant), and Matt Prince (Manasquan) have been named Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. Additionally, Ethan Bateman (Little ...

Holiday Events At Christ Church

By Lori Draz Historic Christ Church in Shrewsbury invites all to the Annual Colonial Bazaar to be held on Saturday, November 12 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This always popular event just got even more exciting, with some new attractions. Visitors will be greeted by a town crier and mingle with characters dressed in colonial clothing. There will be Bake Shoppe treats for the first 70 shoppers and an hourly doll raffle. The colonial theme shopping bazaar includes high value auction baskets ...

Mater Dei Prep Receives $10,000 Model Classroom Grant

On Thursday, October 13, Mater Dei Prep received a $10,000 model classroom grant from the OceanFirst Foundation to purchase integrated technology for the high school’s Emerging Global Leaders Institute EXCEL Program. The EXCEL (Educational Experiences Creating Emerging Leaders) Program teaches real-life resolution and mediation skills, as well as international peace leadership, to sophomores, juniors, and seniors seeking a rigorous elective track. The program currently consists of two ...

November Programs For Children At Middletown Library

All programs require registration unless noted otherwise. Register at www.mtpl.org or by phone at (732) 671-3700, ext. 340. NEW PROGRAMS AND SPECIAL EVENTS Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes Book Discussion – November 7 at 3:00 p.m. In conjunction with The Big Read, discuss the children’s book, Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Eleanor Coerr. Birds, Books, and Bills – November 8 at 11:00 a.m. Come join Mr. David and Ms. Joanne from Wild Birds Unlimited to learn about all ...

Monmouth Civic Chorus December 2016 Concert – Joy to the World

The sounds of the season will fill the air when the award-winning Monmouth Civic Chorus performs Joy to the World on Sunday, December 18, 2016, at 4:00 p.m. at the historic Count Basie Theatre, 99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, New Jersey. Following last year’s rousing premiere of a Christmas Suite by MCC’s Artistic Director Dr. Ryan James Brandau, the chorus will perform an expanded edition of the Suite featuring newly added carols. Concert-goers will enjoy an array of holiday ...

Business Matters: Thanksgiving

By Glen J. Dalakian, Sr There are many stories in history that could be seen as the catalyst for the American Thanksgiving holiday, made official by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. But in recent years, it seems this, like many other holidays, has lost its roots and become commercialized. Roasted turkey abounds, and the overeating throughout the day leads to long naps and, no doubt, an increase in sales of Rolaids and Alka-Seltzer. But is this what this family day is all about? We’ll ...

Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office Goes Pink

To commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office went pink – with pink shirts for the staff and pink uniforms for the K-9 team. Even their fleets of vehicles were adorned with pink magnetic ribbons. “It’s vital that we show our support and bring awareness to this important cause, and equally important for law enforcement to stand behind all the courageous people who are battling the disease, have lost their lives, or lost loved ones,” ...

Seraphs Attend International Day of Peace

Twenty-three Mater Dei Prep students and seven St. Mary Elementary School students were honored to attend the International Day of Peace at the United Nations headquarters in New York City on Friday, September 16. This was the second year that Mater Dei Prep students from the Emerging Global Leaders Program were invited to attend this conference and the first year for St. Mary Elementary School. The International Day of Peace began in 1982 and is dedicated to world peace, specifically the ...