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.
Highlands, NJ — The state of New Jersey is home to 58 National Historic Sites. None has stronger ties to Columbus Day than the Twin Lights, which stand atop the Navesink Highlands, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and New York City Skyline.
Visitors to the Twin Lights this Columbus Day (open 10:00 – 4:00) will be treated to a newly launched exhibit, Seeing Stars: Every Flag Tells a Story. Part of that story involves the role of the lighthouse in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The lighthouse was constructed in 1862. However, it was a series of events three decades later that link the landmark structure to Columbus and the Pledge.
- Written by Muriel Smith
- Category: Local News
Sister Dianna to be honored at mass
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – A special mass of Thanksgiving will be offered Sunday, October 11 at 11:30 a.m . at St. Agnes Church for Sister Dianna Higgins, daughter of Jane Frotton of here and Jim Higgins of Florida, in celebration of her 25 years as a Franciscan Sister. The public is invited to attend and to greet Sister Dianna at a reception following mass in the church hall.
Towns Encouraged to Plan for Beetle’s Impact
PHOTO: The Emerald Ash Borer
TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey Department of Agriculture officials today reported the emerald ash borer (EAB), an invasive beetle that attacks and kills ash trees, is active in 14 towns in six counties.
Red Bank Charter School Kicks Off International Day Preparation with Change a Life Uganda Guest Speakers
PHOTO: Father Lawrence Kizito Kimbowa and Jean Semler from Change a Life Uganda were guest speakers at Red Bank Charter School.
Red Bank, NJ — On Monday, October 5, 2015 Red Bank Charter School welcomed guest speakers, Father Lawrence Kizito Kimbowa and Jean Semler from Change a Life Uganda, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of orphaned and disadvantaged children and their families in Migyera and Nabbingo, Uganda.