photo L-R: John Mans, CPC President & CEO and resident of Brick; Kerry Herbert, CPC Vice President of Development and resident of Shrewsbury; Barbara Etter, Auction Chair and resident of Leonardo; Pat Geiss, co-chair and resident of Little Silver; Jane Guadagno, co-chair and resident of West Long Branch; and Don Glaser, Chair of the Board of Trustees for CPC and resident of Oakhurst.
COLTS NECK, NJ - CPC Behavioral Healthcare welcomed more than 280 guests to Trump National Golf Club Colts Neck, NJ, on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014 from 6-9 p.m. for its 11th Annual Culinary Adventure. This evening of scrumptious fare featured gourmet tastings from some of Monmouth County's best restaurants as well as delicious desserts and specialty beverages (wine and beer, coffee and smoothies).
- Written by United Methodist Churches of Navesink and Atlantic Highlands
- Category: Local News
Saturday, November 15th 10AM – 3PM
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ -Bargains galore await you at the annual Holiday Bazaar sponsored by the Women’s Group of the United Methodist Churches of Navesink and Atlantic Highlands. This is the 65th year that the event has been held at the Atlantic Highlands Church, located at 96 Third Ave. (at Garfield Ave.)
Start your holiday shopping when the doors open at 10 AM. Luncheon is served from 11:30 AM- 1:30PM, and take-out is also available. The Bazaar features: a variety of hand-crafted items lovingly created by volunteers, home-made soups and baked goods, gently used jewelry and accessories, books, toys and Christmas decorations. See what’s new to you in the Trash to Treasure and Nearly New collections.
photo: From left, Superstorm Sandy victims Cody, Lisa and Autumn Lamberson help mark the 2nd anniversary of the hurricane at the Y’s Bayshore Family Success Center in Leonardo, where they receive support services.
The Community YMCA Continues to Help Families Recover from Sandy
Shrewsbury, NJ – Families still recovering from the devastation of Superstorm Sandy met Monday with New Jersey Department of Children and Families Commissioner Allison Blake, Monmouth County Freeholder John P. Curley andThe Community YMCA President and CEO Rhonda Anderson to celebrate the opening of the Y’s newly relocated Bayshore Family Success Center in Leonardo.
The state-supported center provided critical assistance to families after Superstorm Sandy hit two years ago and continues to help those still struggling to rebuild their lives.
Morristown, N.J. (October 29) - Today the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, chaired by First Lady Mary Pat Christie, announced $3.5 million in new grant awards to 15 nonprofit organizations. The announcement brings the amount awarded by the First Lady's Relief Fund to more than $37.2 million since the storm.
"Building back from Sandy has shown the true spirit of the New Jersey people. We support one another, look out for each other and pull together when disaster strikes to help our neighbors and communities in need," said First Lady Mary Pat Christie, Chair of the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund. "The Relief Fund is proud to be an active partner in the recovery effort, supporting 106 nonprofit organizations that have assisted more than 300,000 New Jerseyans. Today we mark two years since Sandy, but more importantly we recognize and give thanks for the leadership, service and generosity of countless volunteers, donors, nonprofits and local leaders who have made recovery possible."
Photo Credit: Carrie B. Bonney – Farmers Insurance
Keansburg, NJ – Officials in Keansburg, New Jersey held a media conference on October 28 to launch a 29-hour home rebuild in Keansburg to commemorate the second anniversary Superstorm Sandy and to raise awareness of the patience, strength and resiliency of the families that are still facing challenges.
Through an ongoing partnership between St. Bernard Project (SBP) and Farmers Insurance, volunteers will work 29 straight hours – from Tuesday October 28 to Wednesday, October 29 – to help rebuild the damaged home of Hilton Dantas, a Keansburg resident.