PHOTO: Club members Marilyn Lane, Cathy McColgan and Janet Steinberg after working in the Herb Garden.
MIDDLETOWN, NJ - In 1967, the Village Garden Club of Middletown planted an herb garden at Marlpit Hall, a property of the Monmouth County Historical Association at 137 Kings Highway in Middletown. Built circa 1756, Marlpit Hall reflects both English and Dutch architecture, part of which is a showy Georgian-style center hall plan.
HIGHLANDS, NJ - Last month Highlands Elementary School (HES) opened their new, state-of-the-art media center to students, thanks to the passion and vision of their principal, Rosemary Schutz, who joined the school last year. The new media center provides students with access to new books, twice as many computers and a reading nook (where they students can sit on the rug or in a “cozy corner”) in addition to more individualized instruction with a media specialist and after-school technology programs.
October 3 – October 28, 2015
PHOTO: Best in Photography 2015: “Industrial Lightbulb”, Photograph by Kathy Watson of Fair Haven
Judges Stacy Smith, Manager of Publications and Communications of the Zimmerli Museum at Rutgers University, and Michael Cagno, Executive Director of the Noyes Museum of Art of Richard Stockton University, have selected the recipients of the prestigious awards in the Guild’s impressive 23rd Annual Open Juried Exhibit.
PHOTO: The RBR BUC Backer Foundation is embarking upon a major beautification project of the high school campus to help build school spirit and pride. Pictured (left to right) are the BBF presidents, Carmelina MacPherson and Patti Forsman with the project coordinator and BBF member Dulce Feito-Daly.
Little Silver, NJ - Upon the approach of the Red Bank Regional (RBR) campus from either Harding Road or in both directions on Ridge Road, one encounters a series of signs.
“Have…You… Got… It?” The question is soon answered by the last sign ==“Buc Pride!” which leads to the front entrance with an even larger sign announcing, “Welcome to BUC Nation, Home of the Buccaneers!
RED BANK, NJ – The Curchin Group, LLC, a mid-sized, full-service accounting firm based in Red Bank, N.J., announced today that on Tuesday, November 10th from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. it will be hosting its 10th Annual Curchin Open, an indoor miniature golf tournament for charity. The tournament will take place indoors at Curchin’s Red Bank NJ office, as the company will transform the space into a 9-hole, fun-filled miniature golf course, open to both experienced and beginner miniature golfers.