A free program for Sandy affected children-

MIDDLETOWN, NJ – This program lets kids (Ages 7-12) control real time animated characters by using video game controllers and microphones. Two children at a time will talk about their experiences going through Sandy and their feelings on the recovery. At the end of the session students can take their animation home and are  encouraged to share and discuss with their families.  Older teens can participate in the program by becoming ‘producer/mentors’, a process through which they can learn animation techniques to guide those younger than themselves through the animation process.

A limited number of spots are available.

Register by calling 732-784-7263

Middletown Township Public Library-Mondays 5:30-7:30pm April 7,14,21,28


We treat each of our patients as part of the family at Atlantic Highlands Animal Hospital. We offer top-quality surgical and dental treatments for cats and dogs. For the best pet care in the Atlantic Highlands, NJ, call us at (732) 291-4400. https://www.atlantichighlandsvet.com

Keansburg St. Marks Community Center-Tues,4:30-6:30pm April 8,15,22,29

Long Branch Library-Wednesdays 4:30-6:30pm April 9,16,23,30

● Use Video Games To Share Sandy Stories

● Cope With Stress

● Open Family Discussions

● Introduce Kids To Digital Animation

● Take Home Your Videos

A trained Meridian Clinician will be at each session to help discuss

sensitive topics and provide referrals as needed.

Parents are expected to accompany children during sessions.


This project is funded by Meridian Health

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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...