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Jersey Shore Partnership & Over 400 Guests Kick Off the Summer Season the Jersey Shore Partnership Foundation annual Summer Celebration was held on June 4 at Fort Hancock Sandy Hook adjacent to Sandy Hook Bay where 400 guests gathered under a huge open tent to enjoy a refreshingly pleasant breeze and the most spectacular sunset following days of rainy, moist weather. Guests feasted on appetizing specialties including Lobster from Lusty Lobster prepared by Bahrs, filet from Bay Pointe, lobster macaroni from Boondocks and many other seafood specialties. There also were many unique selections for the landlubbers. The food is presented by more than 20 restaurants and five fisheries. The Wine Group, Tito’s Carton Brewery and Chill Bubble Tea also contributed to the evening’s celebration. Honorary Dinner Chairs were Senator Joe Kyrillos and Susan Doctorian Kyrillos, Dinner Chair was Linda Bowden, New Jersey Regional President, PNC Bank. The event is a fundraiser for the Jersey Shore Partnership’s advocacy work on behalf of preservation and protection of our coastline from Sandy Hook to Cape May Point. An awards program recognized outstanding organizations whose vision, leadership and commitment are contributing to the quality of life at the Jersey Shore. Awardees were the NJM Insurance Group; International Union Operating Engineers Local 825; and Madison Marquette, Asbury Park. Photo credit: All is Sharp Photo


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Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Holmdel/Colts Neck office recently partnered with It’s a Ruff Life Rescue, Pet ResQ Inc. and Home Free Animal Rescue to hold a pet adoption event and free paper shredding for the community. A steady stream of residents showed up throughout the day with files needed to be shredded – and some left with a furry new family member!

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Letter to the Editor I​am thrilled to be one of Holmdel’s six new County Committee Members. Enormous thanks to all who helped spread the word and voted Column 3 in the Republican Party. The 15 of us who ran in our individual districts really are an exceptional group of people who want forward motion and positive improvements for our town. Earlier this year, we had stepped forward to get involved and help change the status quo. County Committee is a position that most of us never knew existed in this town, and it’s time that this Committee better represents Holmdel in 2018. County Committee is the first elected position offered to an American citizen, and it holds a two-year term. 1 male and 1 female are elected from each district, and there are 10 districts in Holmdel. Responsibilities of a County Committee member include helping the Holmdel and Monmouth County Republican Committees secure election votes from the local township committee all the way up to a seat for the US Senate. In addition, we are to provide information to residents in our district on topics such as road issues or building plans that are under consideration. The County Committee also selects the best Township Committee candidate to be a representative of the Republican Party. As a lifelong Republican, I want to bring forth capable candidates for Township Committee who understand fiscal responsibilities, desire to maintain the beauty of Holmdel through much-needed improvements, and want to be on par with similar towns in our state. County Committee does not dictate nor vote on township policy or any issues, but they do vote as a group on who to put forward to Township Committee. It’s time that more residents are involved in this critical selection process.


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The Holmdel County Committee has experienced little change in the 11 years I have lived here. Bringing ‘new blood’ into our town’s political process is vitally important to us. In fact, the Colts Neck County Committee also just welcomed many new members who were encouraged to become involved and endorsed by the established Republican Party. I look forward to building on this long overdue change in the near-future. We ran an honest campaign staying respectful of our neighbor opponents, did not spend a dime, and did not use any social media. Although we faced many obstacles, we still won six seats. We are thrilled with the great start of 6 new members out of the 15 that we ran in Column 3. None of these members were endorsed by the Republican Party, the Monmouth County Republican Party, Chairman Shaun Golden, or Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso who also sits on this County Committee. The other elected County Committee members are Rick Guarnaccia, also District 7, Mary Vassilakos and Matt Kline in District 6, and Joe Hernando and Valerie Marchiano in District 2. Finally, thanks must go to Debbie Brew and Eric Hinds for introducing helpful insight and providing valuable leadership. They have the absolute best interest of Holmdel and its residents at heart. Many thanks, Christine Schmitt, Holmdel Member of the County Committee, Monmouth County Republican Party The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the original authors.

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Colts Neck PBA Local 333 Hosted Fourth Annual Steak and Smoke By Susan Murphy | Photo Credit: MTC Photography

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The Colts Neck PBA hosted its fourth annual Steak and Smoke fundraiser on June 7, 2018 at Colts Neck Fire Company No. 1. The four hour event was held in order to help the PBA raise funds that are used to support their numerous community endeavors. The PBA sponsors in-town school scholarships, seven awards at present; youth sporting events within the Township; events within the local school district; and many other charities that Local 333 supports.This year, attendance topped 425 guests! The night included steak and cigars, adult and non-adult beverages and offered the opportunity for members of the Colts Neck community, the event sponsors and the PBA membership to get together and have fun while helping support the PBA fundraising efforts. The event committee included Rich Zarrillo, Morgan Savage, Todd Mayer and Brian Caswell. Along with the members of the committee, PBA President Rich Zarrillo noted, “We had the support of our entire local to help make the event a success.” He added, “We are very fortunate to have the support of the Colts Neck residents and local businesses as well as a number of outside supporters that help make the event the success that it is and was.  We look forward to planning our next event.”

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Dr. Salem Samra Travels to the Middle East in Humanitarian Mission

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There are heroes among us.

Every day men and women do extraordinary things with grace, modesty and an inner strength that is a model for current and future generations. Worldwide crises, striking close to home, beckon action from those who possess the talent to help and the passion to make a difference. That is this story. For seven years we have heard and read about the decimation of the Syrian people. Nearly half a million lives lost since the civil war began in 2011. According to the UN High Commissioner, since the war began in 2011, over 5.6 million Syrians have fled the country as refugees, and 6.1 million are displaced internally. Imagine being removed suddenly from your home, maybe with a suitcase of belongings, maybe carrying your children on your back and not knowing how you are going to feed them. These are families who were once living very similar lives to those in the U.S. Many in Syria were living regular middle-class lives, educated, working, taking care of their families with high aspirations... We hear about the bloodshed, see it on the news, think about it, maybe we wish we could do something, maybe we stop and say a prayer. Maybe we think we are helpless beyond that. There is one person who takes it way beyond a thought and a prayer and that man of action is Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Salem ‘Sal’ Samra of Holmdel. Dr. Samra recently traveled to Amman, Jordan, with 50 volunteers from the U.S. and many other countries, as part of a humanitarian effort with the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS). According to its website, “SAMS is a nonpolitical, nonprofit medical relief organization that is working on the front lines of crisis relief in Syria and neighboring countries to alleviate suffering and save lives. SAMS provides medical care and treatment to every patient in need who they come across. In 2016, SAMS provided medical service to over 3 million individuals.” The Samra family has a plastic surgery practice in Holmdel, Samra Plastic Surgery, founded in 1982, by Dr. Sal Samra’s father, Dr. Said Samra, who moved to the United States from Syria in the late 70’s. Samra Plastic Surgery specializes in cosmetic, reconstructive, and hand surgery. Dr. Sal Samra’s brother, Dr. Fares Samra, a resident in plastic surgery at the University of Pennsylvania, also joined the surgical mission to Amman, Jordan in April. For Dr. Sal Samra, this was his third surgical mission to Amman. He first volunteered as a surgeon with SAMS, in 2013, and again in 2015, and most recently in early April of 2018. Dr. Sal Samra comments, “We were there with an amazing team of volunteers working together to perform 20 surgeries in one week. It is so rewarding for us to go to Syria and feel like we are making an impact. As a Syrian American watching the conflict you feel helpless. It’s a drop in the ocean but it is something, and something is better than nothing.”


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Dr. Salem Samra with Dr. Fares Samra holding a baby they performed surgery on to correct a cleft lip.

Dr. Sal Samra and his brother Dr. Fares Samra, along with other plastic surgeons from various countries who were part of the SAMS volunteer team performed 20 surgeries, including cleft lip corrections on babies, and on one teenager, who post-surgery is now able to eat and swallow his food properly, which is something previously he could never do. The more intense surgeries included reconstructive surgery for a woman who had a double mastectomy. There were significant surgeries performed on children who had suffered burns. Dr. Sal Samra comments, “When I first participated in the surgical mission in 2013 I was treating acute trauma, war injuries, children who had limbs blown off. There was much of the same in 2015, but in 2018 Jordan has closed its doors to more refugees, so acute traumas are not coming over the border to Jordan anymore, they are going to Turkey instead. So, this most recent mission was what I would call ‘refugee healthcare’. There was one little boy who had been badly burned on his arms, which made it difficult for him to use his arms normally. A few years ago, the burns I treated on children were from war injuries. This child’s burns came from a fire that was started in a refugee camp from a malfunctioning heater. We now have children growing up in refugee camps.” When asked if he would be returning to work again as a volunteer with SAMS, Dr. Sal Samra comments, “The devastation is so significant in Syria, I feel this SAMS mission is going to be a lifelong commitment for me. We have four plastic surgeons in our family, so I’m hoping every year a couple of us can go to help out.” For more information on the Syrian American Medical Society or to make a donation to SAMS, visit sams-usa.net.

Holmdel FC Soccer Club Honors Four Graduating Seniors from Holmdel High School

Left to right: Colleen Cook, Holmdel FC/NJX Board President; Gabrielle Cipriano; Abbey Flynn; Kailey Flynn; and Matt Lionette

The Holmdel FC Soccer Club (HFC) presented four scholarships to former players Abbey and Kailey Flynn, Gabrielle Cipriano, and Matt Lionette on June 12 - recognizing their accomplishments on and off the field. Abbey and Kailey Flynn played for eight years with one of HFC’s championship teams. They then played two years of varsity soccer at Holmdel High School where they are members of the National Honor Society, achieving Honor Roll with distinction every year of high school. Abbey and Kailey also volunteer extensively in the community. Their activities include serving as certified referees with HFC and volunteering time at countless soccer camps, clinics and tryouts. Next fall, Abbey will be attending the University of Texas at Austin and Kailey will be attending the University of California, Davis. Gabrielle Cipriano also played eight years of soccer on one of HFC’s championship teams. She has volunteered extensively for both HFC and for HYAA, including serving as a referee. She continued on to a successful high school career – receiving a varsity letter all four years and earning the team captaincy her junior and senior years. She was a key contributor of the Holmdel HS 2014 New Jersey State Championship team, and is also a National Honor Society member, achieving Honor Roll with distinction every year of high school. Her commitment to excellence and dedication on the field and in the classroom has led her to becoming a member of the Haverford College Women’s soccer team. Matt Lionette is the recipient of the Russell Drone scholarship. Matt played his entire youth career with HFC and has been a key component to the Holmdel HS boys soccer team’s success over the past four years, including a New Jersey State Championship. He was named first team all-state, all-shore and all-division, and also served as captain of the Holmdel HS varsity soccer and lacrosse teams. He has continuously given back to Holmdel FC and HYAA soccer over the years, serving as a referee and tryout volunteer. The Holmdel FC Soccer Club would like to congratulate all scholarship recipients and thank them for their dedication to the game as well as their commitment to helping make Holmdel FC/NJX a great place for youth players to enjoy the game. CommunityMagazineNJ.com JULY 2018



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No Pet is Too Unusual for RBVH a mass removal on a goldfish, spay surgery in a gecko, bladder stone removal from a tortoise, CT scan on a rabbit, fracture repair surgery on a turkey, infectious disease testing on a honey bee hive, vaccination in a pot-bellied pig – there is never a dull moment in the Avian and Exotics Department at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital’s (RBVH) Tinton Falls location. We see a multitude of species from pet tarantulas to wallaby! On any given day, we may treat rabbits, parrots, chickens, ferrets, turtles, frogs, goldfish, rodents, and lizards. We are proud to be the only hospital in the area with two exotic animal specialists providing care seven days a week. While the term “avian and exotics” may suggest exotic pets only, our specialists are trained in the broader discipline of zoological medicine, which encompasses exotic pets, zoo collection animals, and wildlife. We strive to provide the highest level of care to exotic species by working collaboratively within the exotics department, as well as with other specialists in the hospital to elevate the options and care available to our patients. The Avian & Exotics Department also provides an internship program for graduate veterinarians starting their specialty training in exotic and zoological medicine. This supports the education mission of RBVH by creating future exotics specialists and assists in the advancement of the field of exotic and zoological medicine. Our specialists have over 20 years of combined experience with exotic pets, zoo animals, and wildlife. Dr. Brynn McCleery and Dr. Emi Knafo are both residency trained in exotic animal medicine, have additional training in minimally invasive endoscopic procedures, and are experienced with exotic animal surgery and anesthesia. Dr. McCleery is a board-certified Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Avian Practice, and Dr. Knafo is a board-certified Diplomate of the American College of Zoological Medicine. Our team also consists of four extraordinarily talented and caring veterinary technicians and one veterinary assistant. The Avian & Exotics technicians and assistant are specially trained in the husbandry, handling, and medical care of exotic animals. At Red Bank Veterinary Hospital (Tinton Falls), we offer advanced diagnostics and treatments, primary care, grooming, and medical boarding for your exotic pet. Dr. McCleery and Dr. Knafo are also available to consult with private collections, zoos, aquaria, apiaries (honey bee yards and beekeepers), and aviaries. House calls are available on a case-by-case basis to help reduce the stress of travel and a hospital visit for your pet. House calls are also useful for koi ponds, large collections of animals, or large animals that may not easily travel to the hospital (kangaroo, exotic large cats). We recognize that the species is irrelevant to the bond that exists between you and your pet, and that’s why we strive to offer the highest level of care to all animals. Appointments are available Sunday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. In addition, our emergency department is open 24 hours a day for exotics emergencies.

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Monmouth Museum Hosted

Fashionable Luncheon By Susan Murphy Early in June, the Monmouth Museum welcomed 130 guests to a Fashionable Luncheon at the Shadowbrook at Shrewsbury.  The fundraiser, which included a fashion show presented by Ann Marie Elia of 606, located in Fair Haven, was organized by The Friends of the Monmouth Museum in order to benefit the arts and education programs of the Museum. The  Friends  consist of a group of volunteers who support the Museum’s educational and exhibition offerings by organizing a fundraiser in the spring, summer and fall. The Friends have become life-long friends through the camaraderie they develop by planning fundraisers for the Museum and when hosting several of the opening receptions for the art exhibitions.  The time, energy and enthusiasm the Friends contribute are greatly appreciated by the Board of Directors and Staff of the Museum. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at the Museum, contact Helen Brown at 732.224.1993 or by email at info@monmouthmuseum.org.

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Giving Hope to Heroes: Eagle Oaks Raises $275,000 Photo Credit: Tom Zapcic Photography Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club held its 10th Annual Honor Day Military Event in support of the courageous men and women who stand in defense of our country’s freedom. The event raised more than $275,000 for Hope For The Warriors, a national non-profit that provides a full cycle of care through its programs to restore self, family, and hope to post-9/11 service members, their families, and families of the fallen across the country. The day included helicopters landing on the driving range, followed by a special afternoon appearance by the West Point Parachute Team featuring four members jumping into cheering crowds. The event culminated with a dinner for all guests, with Lieutenant General Michael Flynn as keynote speaker. Lieutenant General Flynn is known for his key role in shaping US counterterrorism strategy and dismantling insurgent networks in Afghanistan and Iraq. Brian F. McCauley was honored as a distinguished guest for his decades of service to the United States including the United States Marine Corps, United States Secret Service, and the FBI. “We know that freedom is not free,” said Domenic Gatto, Chairman and President of Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club. “It is our privilege and honor to host a well-deserved day of fun and relaxation for these courageous and brave men and women who so valiantly and selflessly serve our country. Our members are proud and honored to share their club for the day.” 2018 Honor Day hosted more than 350 active duty service personnel representing all five branches of the military, and produced educational activities for more than 300 local school children. Military personnel were treated to a day of country club living, relaxing in a world class clubhouse and playing golf on a championship caliber golf course designed by Johnny Miller & Jack Nicklaus. Invited school children toured military displays highlighting various state of the art military technologies, interacting with military personnel, and learning about the practical application of the equipment and technologies. Eagle Oaks Honor Day, a New York Fleet Week tradition, is held annually on the Thursday before Memorial Day. Those still wishing to donate may visit hopeforthewarriors. org/honorday2018. 1 - (l to r) Lieutenant General Michael Flynn; Domenic Gatto, Chairman & President of Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club; and Joseph Cary, Honor Day Co-Chair 2 - Lieutenant General Michael Flynn (center) with Colts Neck HS JROTC members Robert Schandall, John Pezzolanti, David Dong & James McNamara Jr. 3 – Joe Cary & Kim Pillar, 10th Annual Honor Day Co-Chairs 4 - Active duty service men and women dining in the St. Andrew’s Grille 5 - Linda McHale (left) and Audrey McCauley (far right) with the West Point Parachute Team 6 – Volunteers from Saint John Vianney High School








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Community members helped the Brookdale Community College Foundation raise a record amount for local students while honoring Warren Diamond and Maureen Lloyd at the Brookdale Foundation’s 2018 Scholarship Ball, held on May 18 at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club in Farmingdale. The event raised over $173,000 with net proceeds of $145,000 for student scholarships and support services at Brookdale. Proceeds from the event will support the “Building Minds, Building Futures” Scholarship Fund, which will provide nearly $600,000 in scholarships and grants to more than 600 Brookdale students this academic year.

Latonya Brennan, Carl Guzzo, Jr., College President David Stout and Les Richens. Brennan, Guzzo and Richens are College Trustees.

Diamond, CEO of American Real Estate Management, lifelong Rumson resident, and avid supporter of local causes including Monmouth Medical Foundation, the Beauty Foundation for Cancer Care, K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital, The ARC of Monmouth County, Hackensack Meridian Health, the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Cleanup, the American Cancer Society, the Where Angels Play Foundation, the Women’s Philanthropic Fund, the Visiting Nurses Association, and the Brookdale Community College Foundation, said “education is not such a good deal if we only teach the students to make a living; teach our children how to make a life,” before noting, “it is incredible, the array of classes that Brookdale offers.”

Honorees Maureen Lloyd and Warren Diamond

Lloyd has served as President of the Monmouth County Park Charity Fund (MPCF) -- which has distributed over $9,400,000 to nonprofit agencies and healthcare facilities that serve Monmouth County residents, including the Brookdale Foundation -- for the last nine years, co-chair of the Meridian Health Gala, the Rumson Country Day Gala, and currently serves as Chair of the MPCF Kentucky Derby Celebration. Lloyd, who has been honored by Pacific Opera, The ARC of Monmouth County, The Jersey Shore Council of the Girls Scouts, and The Tigger House Foundation for her philanthropic work, began her speech by thanking the crowd, “not for me, but for all of you supporting Brookdale.” She said that being honored is not as important as the actual meaning of the work being done. “Brookdale is not only a stepping stone but a seamless stepping stone” for students to continue learning, and praised the college for transfer opportunities. “I commend Brookdale for being able to do everything they do.”

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Middletown Police are seen passing the torch to Holmdel Police.

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Local law enforcement officers swapped their uniforms for running gear to participate in the Annual Torch Run for Special Olympics on June 8. Multiple police departments throughout Monmouth County and the rest of New Jersey carried a torch called the “Flame of Hope” throughout the state as a welcome for the Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games Opening Ceremony. After traveling more than 750 miles statewide, the flame arrived to light the cauldron and signal the official start of the

Summer Games - the largest competition event of the year. The runners headed along Route 35 North in Middletown towards Holmdel with members of law enforcement carrying the torch. Middletown arrived at the municipal border near Target and successfully passed the torch to Holmdel. Holmdel Police, Fire and First Aid staged to support and help pass the torch. Local businesses, such as Exxon, Dunkin Donuts, and Title Boxing’s Holmdel location, were present alongside law enforcement and

residents to express enthusiasm and support. The torch continued its journey through Holmdel where it was then passed to Hazlet law enforcement. With the torch leading the way, the Special Olympics and the significance it brings to so many were in first place along the entire route. Learn more about the Torch Run at sonj. org/partners/law-enforcement-torch-run/ special-events/annual-torch-run/.

Sale of Military Bracelets Helps Veterans BY SUSAN MURPHY The Vietnam Veterans of America New Jersey Shore Area Chapter 12 is selling American Veteran military bracelets to defray costs of its many projects that assist Veterans in Monmouth County. Each bracelet features 12 wooden tiles, emblazoned with a logo of one of the branches of the military or POW/ MIAs. Other tiles include the American flag, the Statue of Liberty, the Liberty Bell, and the Washington Monument. The bracelets are available for $5. “The importance of the bracelets is twofold,” said Dennis Beauregard, President of the Chapter. “On one hand it reminds those that


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wear it, and those that see someone wearing it, to remember our veterans. Secondly, and more importantly, it is a reminder that we still have military men and women of all branches out there every day insuring that we live a free life.” The Chapter meets at the Oakhurst VFW and has over 350 members. The organization has served veterans and the community for 36 years. Anyone interested in purchasing a military bracelet can call Beauregard at 908.902.8789 or visit the VFW Post#2179 in Port Monmouth after noon.





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Sarah McLachlan will host sold-out benefit concert for Mary's Place in Asbury Park.

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has long inspired songs and verse of the soothing power of the sand and salty air. Two local women went beyond the words and found a way to use the healing nature of the surf to help other women in need of peace. Nestled on the quiet beach of Ocean Grove, Mary’s Place by the Sea is assisting women from all over the country who are receiving treatment for cancer. In the three-story Victorian home, visitors find rest and a place to regroup and regain strength. CONTINUED ON NEX T PAGE

On July 28, sand and surf will once again inspire song as Sarah McLachlan, the three-time Grammywinning singer and songwriter, brings her emotional ballads and hauntingly beautiful voice to Monmouth County to support and encourage the nonprofit. In partnership with Grammy-winner Patty Griffin, the two will give a sold-out benefit concert at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park. The Canadian singer, who founded the Lilith Fair tour and has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, is no stranger to the pain cancer can cause. “I’ve actually lost my mom, my dad, and my brother to cancer, so I know the pain of watching someone you care about become so sick and the relentlessness of it all,” shared McLachlan. “Caregivers can often feel helpless, and any respite is wonderful. Mary’s Place offers that, a calm moment in a very tough struggle, and I applaud the work they are doing.” When the idea for Mary’s Place came to Michele Gannon, she and co-founder Maria McKeon shared their vision by reaching out to oncology offices and groups supporting women with cancer. The response was immediate. The need for a place for women with cancer to go and be surrounded by love and understanding was real; a place where cancer was a common denominator, but not the defining attribute; a place where taking a deep breath, sharing challenges and experiences, and recognizing the needs of the whole person was the focal point. “We are thrilled to have these two incredibly talented, Grammy Award winning artists dedicate their time and musical talents to benefit women with cancer,” said Gannon, President and Co-Founder. “This concert represents exactly what Mary’s Place by the Sea is all about: women helping women in their time of profound need.” In June of 2016, Mary’s Place opened the doors to a new, custom-built, state-of-the-art home just a block from the Ocean on Main Avenue in Ocean Grove. Since its founding, Mary’s Place has welcomed more than 8,000 women, and continues to be a safe haven for women with cancer. Mary’s Place provides services that complement medical treatment, including oncology massages, nutrition education, individual counseling, expressive writing, reflexology, Reiki, guided meditation, prayer, and yoga at no cost to the guests. “A friend is involved with Mary’s Place and asked me if I might come and help out, and it was an easy yes after hearing about their services,” says McLachlan. “I love New Jersey, having spent some time there a few years back at the beach. The people are great, the water is warm, and there is surf!” ARROW-ALT-CIRCLE-RIGHT For more information, or to donate your time or treasure, visit marysplacebythesea.org. Mary's Place By The Sea in Ocean Grove


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Women Inspiring Women In 1996, when Sarah McLachlan was organizing her festival of all-female artists, she needed a name. A friend told her the story from Hebrew mythology of Adam’s first wife before Eve. Her name was Lilith. Known as a cautionary tale because she had insisted on equality and then left the Garden, McLachlan found Lilith to be the perfect protagonist. Lilith Fair was born. In 2009, when co-founders Michele Gannon and Maria McKeon first started their non-profit, they rented two rooms at a bed and breakfast in Ocean Grove. The idea for the retreat had come to Gannon one night after she had been sick in bed with the flu. A mother of three, she experienced how challenging it was on the household for the ‘mom’ to be sick. She realized how much harder that struggle must be for women with an on-going illness like cancer. When Gannon shared her idea with her friend Maria McKeon, she found not only a sympathetic ear but a willing partner. Being prayerful women, Gannon and McKeon welcomed their first guests by asking themselves what Mary, the Mother of Jesus, would do. They looked to Mary as a symbol of faith, hope, kindness, humility, and most of all unconditional love. These were the virtues that would shape their organization. Mary’s Place by the Sea was born.

In the 1990s women musicians found it challenging to get air time on the radio, and touring slots were nearly impossible to find. Young female music stars like Jewel, Tracy Chapman, Sarah McLachlan, and Sheryl Crow had to fight for their spots, as unspoken quotas would not allow too many female singers in a row. In 1996, McLachlan organized a mini festival that would ultimately turn into Lilith Fair, the exclusively female festival of singers that would revolutionize music for female artists and raise millions of dollars for charity. For every ticket sold, $1 was donated to a women’s shelter. McLachlan was 28 at the time. McLachlan is a celebrated singer and songwriter with more than 40 million albums sold worldwide. She has received three Grammy Awards and twelve Juno Awards over her career and was recently inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. McLachlan is known for her philanthropic efforts and has raised millions of dollars for women’s charities. In 2002 she opened The Sarah McLachlan School of Music, providing top quality music instruction to at-risk and underserved children at no cost. When announcing the benefit concert, McLachlan said of Mary’s Place by the Sea, “It’s a wonderful place for women to go when they’re healing from cancer. I hope you can join us!” For more on McLachlan, visit SarahMcLachlan.com

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Folk and Gospel Meet a Desire to Do Good Patty Griffin is a two-time Grammy Award winning artist and seven-time nominee. Griffin has received a number of prestigious accolades, notably the Americana Music Association’s Artist of the Year and Album of the Year for 2007’s Grammy-nominated Children Running Through, as well as the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Gospel Album, honoring 2010’s Downtown Church. Her catalog of nine studio albums and two live collections have been praised by everyone from NPR to The NY Times. Like Sarah McLachlan, she is dedicated to contributing to the well-being of the planet. Griffin shows compassion for the struggling amongst us via personal and public acts of charity including the 2016 Use Your Voice tour in conjunction with the League of Women Voters, and the 2017 Lampedusa Tour supporting Jesuit Refugee Relief Efforts and Education. For more on Griffin, visit PattyGriffin.com

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NESTING NESTING IS A CONCEPT that has become popular in the age of collaborative approaches to divorce cases. Divorcing parties agree that the children will remain in the marital residence and the parents will rotate in (for their parenting time) and out (for the other party’s parenting time). This is seen as a way to give stability to the children during a period of upheaval in the family. Although the parents are separating and the family, as the child knows it, is falling apart, nesting is viewed by some as softening the blow for children by providing them with the stability of the house they know, even as the family they know undergoes a sea change. Although the supposed benefits of nesting

are highly questionable, even if nesting does provide some benefits, its costs (both monetary and emotional) are great and almost always outweigh its benefits. First, it requires both parents to have somewhere else to live when not exercising parenting time in the marital home. This means that the already financially stretched family budget will somehow have to support two additional residences. This is an extremely high price to pay. And even in those cases in which the parents are cooperative enough to share one additional residence for non-parenting time days, thereby reducing the number of households to support, both parties sacrifice privacy.

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New Jersey Future Farmers of America Awards Freeholder Deputy Director Burry Honorary FFA Degree growing population,” said Deputy Director Burry, who has championed preserving open space and supporting local agricultural and equestrian industries. “The FFA teaches us that agriculture is more than planting and harvesting – it’s a science, it’s a business and it’s an art. I look forward to working together in a collaborative effort to support agriculture and farming in Monmouth County.” Members of the public can see FFA members and advisors in action at the Monmouth County Fair from July 25th to July 29th as they educate the public through interactive displays and raise money to help support their programs. Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone also accepted the 2018 FFA 2018 Distinguished Service Award for Monmouth County Division of Economic Development’s Grown in Monmouth program at the 89th Annual State FFA Convention. Freeholder Deputy Director and Colts Neck resident Lillian G. Burry was recently awarded the 2018 Honorary State FFA Degree. This motion recognizes her significant contributions to the Future Farmers of America (FFA) and school-based food, agriculture and natural resources education in New Jersey. “I thank the FFA for this honor and remain a stalwart supporter as future generations are prepared to meet the challenges of feeding a

Supported by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Grown in Monmouth is designed to help retain and grow the county’s agriculture industry. The program identifies new markets and connects growers with consumers to develop a preference for Monmouth County agricultural products, activities, and services. For more information on produce, farmers markets wineries, agricultural activities and more, visit growninmonmouth.com.

Colts Neck Library ‘Friends’ Fourth Grade Spelling Bee Tradition Continues Last month twenty-one enthusiastic, supportive and confident fourth grade students arrived at the Colts Neck Library to take part in the 15th Annual Fourth Grade Spelling Bee. Every speller received a ribbon and the final four were each rewarded with a trophy. The top three spellers also received a cash prize of $100, $75 and $50 respectively. Matthew Anderson won first place, second place was awarded to Ricky Ecklord, the third place prize went to Ricky Schibell, and Samantha Farrugia took home honorable mention. Every speller is guaranteed to succeed in the first round. Each contestant spells his or her first name and, even in the rare case where the student stumbles from first round jitters, there is no elimination. This allows the students to practice using the microphone and to alleviate anxiety. Ms. Nancy Plumfield, the science teacher at Conover Elementary School, once again read the words and sentences to the spellers, and “science” was the deciding word. The Friends of the Library Board was on hand to run the event with Vice President LiliAnn Paras chairing and President Michele Battista taking photographs and keeping the line moving. Colts Neck Friends of the Library is a volunteer organization that supports the Library and runs several programs for the community, including the Art and Photography Show, Book Sale, Spelling Bee, Garden, Book Club, and more. New members are always welcome. Interested potential new members can leave their contact information at the front desk of the Colts Neck Library.


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For 15 years, owners Jon and Rose Grossman have been cooking up meals for Monmouth and Ocean Counties in their Jonnie G’s Food Truck. Four-time Best of Monmouth Winners, last month their Double Big Burger won Best Entrée at the 4th Annual Middletown South Food Truck Festival. This creative couple thinks outside the box and not only takes their truck to festivals and events, but caters parties in backyards and driveways. They’ve also created something called the Mobile Movie Experience as a throw-back to outdoor movie theaters using a giant, blow-up screen. Entrepreneurs and big thinkers, meet the folks behind the Jonnie G’s brand.


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OUR NEXT BUSINESS GOAL: Multiple food trucks or a brick and mortar restaurant. OUR FAVORITE PART OF OUR BUSINESS: We enjoy cooking, talking, and providing an overall fantastic experience for customers and their guests. BEST BUSINESS TIP TO SHARE: Smile, stay positive when it’s busy, and always put out the best products possible. You can reach Jonnie G’s at 732.531.5321 or visit jonnie-g.com




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Parish of Saint Mary Held Annual Golf Outing & Social The Parish of Saint Mary would like to express deep gratitude to sponsors, advertisers, golfers, and silent auction contributors for supported the 9th Annual Golf Outing and Summer Social at the Battleground Country Club on June 4. Special thanks also to Ken and Kathy Camarco, for chairing the events this year, and their respective committee members.

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The Parish would also like to remind local residents of the upcoming Annual Super 50/50 Raffle. A major part of the parish’s annual operating budget, raffle’s success has helped regain fiscal solvency for the first time in several years. This year adjustments were made to make

The Parish of Saint Mary is located at 1 Phalanx Road in Colts Neck. Mass is held on Saturday at 5:00 p.m. and Sundays at 8:00, 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon. For more information, call 732.780.2666 or visit stmaryscoltsneck.org.


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Local Car Dealer Donates to Lt. Dennis W. Zilinksi II Memorial Fund Circle BMW in Eatontown recently awarded a check for $1,400 to the Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski II Memorial Fund. Each year, the dealership donates an amount to a local military-related organization prior to Memorial Day based on car sales during the holiday weekend.


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Left to right: Circle BMW President Tom DeFelice presents a check in the amount of $1,400 to Marion Zilinski, co-founder of the Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski II Memorial Fund. Lt. Zilinski, who grew up in Middletown and graduated from Christian Brothers Academy, died in Iraq in 2005 as a result of a roadside bombing. Looking on are Zilinski Board member Annie Stattel and Circle BMW General Manager Lawrence Powell.

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Ten Years of Championship Sailing at CBA On June 2, Christian Brothers Academy celebrated 10 years of sailing as a school sport with an Anniversary Regatta at Toms River Yacht Club. Gathered there, where we use the Ocean County College fleet of 420 sailboats for our practices and regattas, were a mix of passionate alumni, current and past parents, and our current varsity sailors and coaching staff including my father, Jody Lutz, who has coached the team all ten years. Watching the events of the day, I couldn’t help but smile as I thought about what we have built over the past decade. Ten years ago I was a student at Christian Brothers Academy with a passion for the sport of sailing. It became my singular mission to connect the two and add sailing to the list of outstanding athletics at CBA. For several months I sat in CBA administrators’ offices trying to convince them a sailing team would be a slam dunk, using a basketball reference since the Academy had a championship hoops


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Yoga...with Goats! You’ve most likely seen the videos or pictures on one of your social media accounts. Take a room full of people doing yoga and add…goats. It’s a new trend that started two years ago when a recently divorced woman named Lainey Morse discovered the goats on her Oregon farm helped her fight depression. She started having “Goat Happy Hour” each day and inviting friends to join. Her friends found the soft, gentle animals comforting, and before long a friend who is also a yoga instructor had a great idea. Morse’s first year in the Goat Yoga business brought in more than $160,000. Wildly popular, local organizations such as OASIS tlc are now having Yoga with Goats bring in money to support their causes. OASIS tlc is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote inclusion and acceptance of autistic individuals into their local communities. By establishing environmentally exemplary farm centers, they provide meaningful work, peaceful and healthy residences, and community interaction. Interested in joining the fun while helping a great cause? Both Hot and Soul Yoga and Synergy Hot Yoga Studios provide classes on the Red Bank farm a couple days a week for $30 per person plus a small registration fee that goes directly to OASIS tlc. Reservations are required, contact LaurieMOASIS@gmail.com for more information or visit www.oasistlc.org. Upcoming Dates: 7/7, 7/24, 8/14, 8/25, 9/11, 9/22 & 10/6.

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Dr. Nancy Alario-Beliveau, PT, DPT Dr. Nancy Alario-Beliveau resides in Holmdel with her husband Ryan, and son, Michael (“Mikey”). She opened the Holistic Healing Center (HHC) in Colts Neck in 2016. The HHC is moving to its new location in the Colts Neck Shopping Center at 420 Route 34. CM learned more about the popular HHC and its dynamic leader.

How did you become involved with Physical Therapy (PT)? I have always been intrigued by the human body and passionate about maximizing one’s health. I have been in the field of PT since 2005. I graduated from Villanova and received a doctorate of physical therapy in 2010 from Thomas Jefferson University. What is a "Holistic" approach? Holistic medicine refers to treating the whole person, mind, body, and spirit and not just the physical health aspect. It goes beyond zoning in on a compartmentalized "problem". How did you shape your HHC practice? I envisioned HHC when I was 14 years old and noticed the evolution of the grocery store, where everything you needed for your home and life was in one store. I created a similar movement in healthcare where all needs are met in one place. I complement traditional PT with acupuncture, chiropractic medicine, therapeutic massage, and cupping all at the HHC facility. Patients tell me they no longer feel like a "full-time patient" having to find time to go to separate offices every single week. I also selected the best clinicians and we are proud not only of our skills, but of the family-like atmosphere.


How is HHC different from other clinical providers? I love helping patients from infants to the elderly. Our youngest patient to date was 2 weeks old, and our oldest 101. My team and I take very seriously our mission to use a multidisciplinary approach and to listen and adapt to each patient’s unique needs. For example,our massages include manual lymphatic drainage, sports and deep-tissue massage, and medical massage. I offer holistic health nutritional coaching that focuses on whole-food, plant-based interventions. I also have Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging which is a totally safe, non– radiologic, non–invasive, painless breast health test. What is one of your most notable cases? One of my favorite patients has a complex history and she is very dear to me. She is a middle-aged grandma from Cuba and told us about all of her ailments which included severe allergies, fibromyalgia, widespread rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, obesity, and the list goes on... We brought her into HHC and started with a plant-based, elimination food program, therapeutic exercises, therapeutic massage, adjustments of her spine, and in one month her physician cut her medications in half, she lost 15 pounds, and her spirits were lifted. She came here from another country and

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over the years of adopting a Standard American Diet (SAD) and unfortunate family dynamics, she developed several health issues. She now stands 50 pounds lighter, is on 1-2 medications, and is in good spirits on a regular basis. She still comes to our HHC family and we continue helping her to “Feel Whole Again".* What do you love about being in practice? I love being able to do what I'm passionate about, which is functional medicine, which means we get to the root of a problem instead of masking the symptoms. I like helping a variety of people~ an injured athlete who needs meditation guidance for better performance for his race, or a stressed CEO who needs help to decrease neck pain and tension, My team and I love helping everyone to perform at optimal functioning. How can readers reach you? They can call (732-252-6155), book online at holistichealingcenternj.com or can email any questions to drnancy@ holistichealingcenternj.com. We use a secure, encrypted site and encrypted email. *patient signed a HIPAA release form and consented to this information Doctor of Physical Therapy NJ Lic. #40QA01387100

Lincroft Dental Practice Awards Scholarship to Local High School Seniors Newman Springs Dental Care recently awarded $500 scholarships to Angelia Lobifaro and Kathrine Grab. This marks Dr. Mitchel Friedman’s ninth year giving scholarships to graduating seniors who are planning a career in healthcare. Angelia Lobifaro, a graduating Holmdel High School senior, will be attending the University of Miami in the fall where she plans to begin a pre-med curriculum. Kathrine Grab, a graduating Middletown High School South senior, will be attending the University of Delaware in the fall to pursue a nursing major. Newman Springs Dental Care is a dental practice in Lincroft dedicated to providing general, cosmetic and sedation dentistry. “There were several excellent students who were worthy of the scholarship, Angelia and Kathrine just stood out from the other candidates,” said Dr. Friedman, whose three children attended the Holmdel school system. His mother, Sheila Friedman Rubin, also spent her entire career teaching in the Middletown school system. Newman Springs Dental Care is located at 539 Newman Springs Road in Lincroft. For more information, call 732.978.4523 or visit NewmanSpringsDentalCare.com.

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MONMOUTH FILM FESTIVAL READIES THE RED CARPET Monmouth Film Festival (MFF) was awarded New Jersey’s Best Film Festival by NJ Stage. The three-day event returns to the Two River Theater from August 10th through August 12th, and will once again feature the highest quality of independent cinema from across the globe, along with unique opportunities to connect with the industry and experience imagination like never before! The festival weekend kicks off on August 10th with an opening night featuring the exclusive New Jersey Film Premiere. MFF will roll out the Red Carpet, sponsored by Theo Clothier, and walk the line where Hollywood meets Red Bank. The popular Q&A feature will take place with filmmakers and special guests. The MFF Networking Event is a great opportunity to meet filmmakers, artists, agents, press, and industry professionals, and to network and collaborate during this spectacular evening – all this with fine catering and complimentary drinks. Featured industry partners include Backstage and the New York Film Academy. August 11th begins with a mix of Short Film blocks of all genres and Feature films, with Q&As. MFF will be screening a great program of films including New Jersey Premieres such as: A Shot in the Dark (Dir. Chris Suchorsky,

Oliver Ferraro) - The true story of a blind St. John Vianney High School wrestler who attempts to win a State Championship before the end of his senior year.

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roles in the industry. Panel guests include Emmy Award-nominated Producer, Allison Vanore; Senior Director at Nickelodeon (Viacom), Chris Adams; New York Film Academy Professor & Casting Director, Roger Del Pozo; Associate Director of the NJ Film & TV Commission, and Producer, David Schoner. These and other widely acclaimed and experienced insiders are prepared to hear from you and help jumpstart your career in the industry. MFF is proud to present workshops for all ages hosted by the New York Film Academy, also at the Two River Theater. The various topics include acting, directing, producing, and more. On August 12, MFF will continue to spin the reel and present a great collection of Short and Feature Films including

Ryan James accepting the 2017 MFF Audience Award for “Shooting Clerks”. Photo Credit: Daniel Buckley

The 2017 Monmouth Film Festival Industry Panel. Photo Credit: Daniel Buckley

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he Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore honored 26 exceptional young women with the Girl Scout Gold Award on June 12. Four of the honorees, Emily Chang, Julia Hamwi, Anika Patel, and Ashley Yu are from Holmdel. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can receive and the most difficult award to earn in all scouting. For more than a century, award recipients have reported significantly higher levels of general success and achievement than their peers. The Girl Scout Gold Award, gives girls in 9th through 12th grades an opportunity to engage in community leadership at the highest levels while addressing issues they are passionate about. The honor is earned by less than six percent of Girl Scouts annually. It requires girls to demonstrate their leadership skills by tackling a community or global issue in a tangible way with a minimum of 80 hours of community service required for each project. Many universities and colleges offer scholarships unique to Gold Award Girl Scouts and girls who enlist in the U.S. Armed Forces may receive advanced rank in recognition of their achievements.

Emily Chang Holmdel Skating Promotes Fitness and Good Health Obesity is a growing health concern that has become a global pandemic. To address this issue, Emily organized a National Skating Month event at the Howell Ice Arena where she offered free half-hour lessons and recruited skaters to participate in an exhibition. Emily wanted to use her knowledge of fitness from her experience as a figure skater to raise awareness for obesity, promote skating, and increase interest in the sport as an aerobic workout that improves balance and flexibility. After the event, she scheduled a public skate session for families to enjoy a fun activity. The event enabled Emily to promote her topic and spread awareness to her community.

Anika Patel Holmdel A Day of Beauty

Anika believes people can accomplish more when they look and feel their best. This is why she hosted a “Day of Beauty” event that provided nail, hair, and makeup services for students with disabilities. Anika and her peers hosted the event to help others feel beautiful and more confident and to promote better mental health. Due to the everyday struggles faced, these students don’t always have the opportunity to be pampered. This can lead to low self-esteem and worsening of mental health. As a result of the event, students enjoyed a makeover, and Anika was able to raise greater awareness for self-care and mental well-being.


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Ashley Yu Holmdel We Can Cook!

Ashley hosted her “We Can Cook!” event to emphasize the importance of cooking as a crucial life skill for people with special needs. For her project, she taught a series of cooking classes to adults with special needs at Family Resource Associates (FRA) in Shrewsbury. The goal of the event was to foster confidence and promote greater independence among her students. Additionally, she was able to complete an FRA kitchen reorganization project and donate “Wish List” items as a result of her fundraising efforts. She also created a “We Can Cook!” cookbook for her students with delicious and easy-to-follow recipes.

Julia Hamwi Holmdel Limitless Recycling Workshop

Julia created a “Limitless Recycling Workshop” where all participants brought a pair of gently worn shoes to donate to “ShoeBox Recycling”. During the event, she presented on her history with recycling as a Girl Scout and invited three guest speakers to participate. Two Rutgers Master Gardeners representatives and the Monmouth County Recycling Coordinator also discussed the benefits of Vermicomposting. Julia supported the subject matter with many educational displays, recycling crafts, and games to further promote green thinking in fun and unique ways.












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abitat for Humanity in Monmouth County hosted its 3rd Annual A Taste for Homes Wine & Food Tasting Event at the Oyster Point Hotel on the Navesink River in Red Bank. The evening showcased some of Monmouth County’s best restaurants, wineries, breweries, coffee baristas and dessert specialists. This year more than 200 guests raised nearly $70,000 in proceeds to help support Habitat for Humanity’s programs. 2018 Corporate and Volunteer Service Honorees were OceanFirst Bank - Corporate Citizen Award, Kimberly Stulb - Women Build Leadership Award, and Our Circle of Contractors Award honorees: Ace Aluminum, Fortified Roofing, KRFC Design Center, Petruzzelli Brothers Excavating & Landscape Supply, Russo Seamless Gutter, and Woodhaven Lumber & Millwork. The event included a “taste” from the following vendors: 26 West on the Navesink – B2 Bistro – Blue Grotto – Boondock’s Fishery – Danny’s Steakhouse – Dive – Eagle Coffee – Fox Hollow Winery – Holmdel Buy Rite – Jerry’s Vodka – Lunch Break – Marilyn Schlossbach Catering & Events – McLoone’s Tinton Falls – Monmouth Park Racetrack – Nothing Bundt Cakes – Ross Brewing – Teak/Bistro at Red Bank – TeaScapes – The Vintage Cake – The West Side Eatery – Tuscany Specialty Foods. More information about Habitat for Humanity can be found at habitatmonmouth.org. Photo Credit: Tom Zapcic Photography


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On May 20, 2018, the sun was shining as over 150 guests gathered at Rumson Country Club to celebrate the 7th Annual ‘Beacon of Hope’ fundraising event benefitting Shore House. Shore House was recently recognized as New Jersey’s first Accredited Clubhouse, joining the ranks of over 320 Accredited Clubhouses worldwide providing resources and support for those diagnosed with chronic mental illness

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and support of Shore House and presented Resolutions recognizing event honorees Monmouth University, CPC Behavioral Healthcare, as well as the Shore House Founding Board Members who have worked so hard to get Shore House to this important milestone. Members of the Clubhouse mingled with supporters as Dr. Ralph Aquila, Medical Director at Fountain House in New York and one of the world’s leading community psychiatrists and mental health advocates, spoke about the significance of Shore House attaining accreditation status as the only Clubhouse serving the entire state of New Jersey, and the benefits this will have for Clubhouse members, and the whole community.

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732.431.2299 The Woman’s Club of Colts Neck is pleased to announce member Jennifer Beck received the New Jersey Women of Achievement Award during the 124th Convention of the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City this past May. The Colts Neck Club nominated Beck for her contributions to survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse, as well as the protection of individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness. A delegation of officers, both past and present, were delighted to watch their own nominee and member receive her award. Created in 1981, the New Jersey Women of Achievement Award is a partnership between the Federation and Douglas College to acknowledge the extraordinary accomplishments of New Jersey women. The award recognizes the impact these women have made on the lifestyle of our state. Since its inception, more than 150 New Jersey women have received this award for their tremendous contribution to their communities. Contributions include both professional activities and volunteer work. The New Jersey State Federation of Women's Club is the largest volunteer women's service organization in the state and a member of the GFWC. The organization provides opportunities for education, leadership training, and community service through its local clubs, while enabling members to make a difference in the lives of others, one project at a time. The Woman’s Club of Colts Neck is an extremely active group which contributes annually to the community. Activities like the Veteran’s Day Luncheon, perpetual care to the 9/11 memorial, and planting pinwheels at the library are just a few causes dear to this group. Any woman seeking more information about the club or membership should visit womansclubofcoltsn. wixsite.com/mysite, visit its page on Facebook, or email womansclubcoltsneck@yahoo.com.

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1394 State Route 36 • Hazlet



• HDR like (High Dynamic Range) • • Hangs a Frame OLED (Organic Light Emit• • 4Kself-illuminating HDR Pro ting Diode) • Optional Colored Frames Available • 4 Color Pixel technology • Perfect Mastering Engine and 4K Upscaler

SXRD technology, with native 4K • full 4K resolution Flat• Panel 360 Design with Ultra-slim Bezel resolution • 4K video upscaling for standard Supreme UHD Dimming Blu• 1500 lm brightness ray and DVDs Quantum Dot Color • HDR Compatible (HDR10/HLG) • supports lower resolutions Smart Hubwhen used with non-4K •TVs Motorized zoom lens and wide lens shift • built-in Wi-Fi for streaming video and music



Flat Panel 360 Design with Ultra-slim Bezel UHD Dimming 1394 StateSupreme Route 36 • Hazlet Quantum Dot Color Smart Hub


STORE HOURS Mon, Tues: 10am - 9pm LG OLED55E6P SONY XBR75X850F Wednesday: 10am - 6pm 55” Smart OLEDTV 75” 4K HDR WITH Thurs, ANDROID Fri: 10am - 9pm4K HDR Ultra HDTV • 4K High Dynamic Range Saturday: 10am - 6pm

STORE HOURS Mon, Tues: 10am - 9pm Wednesday: 10am - 6pm Thurs, Fri: 10am - 9pm Saturday: 10am - 6pm



• Active HDR with DOLBY VISION • 4K HDR • Processor HDR (HighX1™ Dynamic Range) • DOLBY ATMOS Audio • 4K X-Reality™ PRO • self-illuminating OLED (Organic Light Emit• LG ThinQ® AI | Google Assistant ting Diode) • TRILUMINOS™ Display • LG α9 Intelligent Processor • 3D TV (2 pairs of passive 3D glasses are included) • 4 Color Pixel technology





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