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Saint John Vianney High School Cheerleaders Receive Multiple Awards

The Saint John Vianney High School (SJVHS) Cheerleaders attended Bryn Mawr NCA (National Cheerleaders Association) summer camp in Honesdale Pennsylvania this summer. The junior varsity and varsity teams garnered many awards. SJVHS cheerleading coach Mrs. Jayne Shalkowski is extremely proud of her team and commented, “We set before them a challenge: be the best that you can be, work hard, be a family, and carry on the SJVHS legacy. The girls did that and more.” The junior varsity team ...

The Journal “Nets Make A Difference” Campaign Underway

By Lori Draz They’re here! The Journal magazines are proud to announce that our “Nets Make a Difference” campaign to benefit 180 Turning Lives Around is underway! Now through December 15, our colorful nets will be your drop-off point for donations of much-needed items for the victims of domestic and sexual abuse aided by this lifesaving organization. Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a ...

Voyagers’ Community School To Host Maker Expo Event On December 10

“Playfulness, by its very nature, is a condition in which we do not fear failure and we feel free to try out new, creative moves. In play, we allow our imagination to blend with our logic,” says Peter Gray, PhD, in his article about creativity in Psychology Today. At Voyagers’ Community School, they believe in the power of play and exploration. The S.T.E.A.M. curriculum promotes deep connections between all aspects of our lives, across the broad spectrum of sciences and arts, prompting ...

Adorable Adoptables from the Monmouth County SPCA

Am I gorgeous or what?! I mean, it's not too often that you come across a kitty with coloring like me-I have luxurious long black fur that is tinged with a smokey grey-absolutely stunning! And I have purrfectly golden eyes to boot! Hi, friends-my name is Glinda. I'm about 7 months young. I came to the shelter with my mom and littermates. Us kittens were itty bitty things when we first arrived. Most of my littermates were quickly adopted but sadly, I grew up at the shelter. Month after ...

Monmouth University History Professor Joins Parker Homestead-1665 Board of Trustees

Monmouth University professor of history, Melissa Ziobro, has joined the Parker Homestead-1665 Board of Trustees. Ziobro, Specialist Professor of Public History at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, currently teaches courses in Public History, Oral History, and Museums and Archives Management. Her service to the University includes administration of the Monmouth Memories Oral History Program. Earlier this year Ziobro began recording the oral history of Parker Homestead by interviewing ...