MONMOUTH BEACH, NJ – The MBCultural Center will reopen on Wednesday, January 12.  The MB Historical Society will hold their regular meeting at 7 p.m. and invite you and friends to attend to hear a special prentation:


Nina Anderson, Rumson Fair Haven HS and Monmouth University graduate has authored 18 books on everything from natural health to conspiracy novels.  She spent her years as a commercial pilot and recently retired, but continues to write and speak about a variety of subjects.  At the MBCC, she will share her memories of growing up at the shore in Monmouth County and invites guests to join in.  For those who aren’t old enough to remember the days before condominiums, traffic, palm trees and beach erosion, she offers them a glimpse of history right in their own backyard.  In her Power Point presentation we will see what fish store was perched on the seawall, what Mihm’s looked like prior to competition from Jay Ross, discover who the star athletic team was at Monmouth in the 1960s and hear how her family dealt with hurricanes crossing Ocean Avenue.

Mark your calendar and we look forward to seeing you again.

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