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ctober is here and we’re happy it’s fall – scarecrows abound, a pumpkin patch, apple bobbing, kiddies (and adults) on hayrides and much more! Our area has some of the best autumn scenes, and the fall foliage is magnificent, so take in the crisp air and apple cider and enjoy the many ‘cool’ outdoor activities with the family. This month is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this is when public service groups, medical professionals, government agencies and others work to promote awareness of the disease. Promoting awareness involves education about prevention and treatments, fundraising efforts to help find cures, and support for survivors and those dealing directly with the disease. Breast cancer is the fifth deadliest form of cancer worldwide, and this month helps remind women everywhere to practice breast self-exams and to schedule regular visits and annual mammograms. So get your PINK on this month and support the cause! Halloween is upon us – and that calls for trick-ortreating, costume parties, carving jack-o’-lanterns, visiting haunted attractions, playing pranks, telling scary stories and watching horror films – I plan on checking off most of this list. While all this sounds fun, please make sure your kids are safe and check with your town for curfews on Halloween night. All my best to you and yours,

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he fifth annual Colts Neck Rock Festival took place on Saturday, September 15 from 2:0011:00p.m. “Originally it was going to be a reason to play music with your friends on a nice day in a beautiful park,” said Steve Warendorf, founder of the festival. “It evolved into having some local craft vendors, and it’s just a nice day to get a little band exposure.” Carolyn Roche has been setting up her jewelry stand at the rock festival for the past four years. Roche owns her own business selling her own handcrafted jewelry. “I’d be coming to this festival anyway, I grew up with Steve and Michelle,” said Roche. “So I just bring some stuff and make a little living room.” Roche’s sister, Cindy Pope, also makes little pouches that she calls “concert bags.” “You can put your phone, your money, your ID, and everything you need right there and you won’t lose it,” said Pope. The musicians at the festival played covers of famous songs by bands like The Beatles, Foo Fighters, and K.T. Tunstall. It was an intimate and friendly atmosphere, musicians were spread throughout the park looking for places to practice before show time. Everyone brought blankets and chairs and would play guitar and sing to rehearse before their debut. Children threw a football and blew bubbles in the park while the bands played. Cathy Noblick, co-founder of Musicians on a Mission, a non-profit organization that supports local music and local charities. “We create musical events featuring local talent and get donations for charity.” In November, the member of Musicians on a Mission will be celebrating they’re second anniversary at Chico’s House of Jazz in Asbury Park and they will be releasing a compellation CD of musicians that have played for them over the years. Karen and Lenny Duffi set up a stand selling candy and snacks. The money raised was donated to Saint Mary’s Youth Group, which accompanies the First Saturday Club on an annual trip that takes a group of handicapped individuals to Canada every summer. When the sun and temperature went down, everyone crowded around the wood-burning bonfire for warmth. “Really we just wanted people to utilize the park,” said Michelle Warendorf. “We’ve lived in Colts Neck our whole lives. You pay taxes (to live here), you might as well use what the town has to offer,” said Steve.

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A ‘Sunbelievable’ Year

for Holmdel Author STORY Caitlin Stolzenthaler

Daniel Kairys, M.D. and his mother, Holmdel author Jo Ann Kairys co-penned a colorful, cutting-edge chilren’s tale together.

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t has been a whirlwind year for Holmdel Shutterfly, an online photo book site. “I had author Jo Ann Kairys, after she and her son let always been taking pictures of them,” she their imaginations soar up to the solar system said, and happened upon Photoshop digital with their children’s book, Sunbelievable. art, which made for the ultimate storybook workshop. Those efforts “got positive Mrs. Kairys and her son, Daniel Kairys, feedback,” she said, encouraging her to “see M.D., of Florida, co-penned a colorful, what might happen if I publish a real book.” cutting-edge children’s tale last year, about two little girls YaYa and Leen, who, one “Writing is something I’m accustomed night, spin tall tales about the sun and what to,” said Kairys, who has been a medical the giant orb does while the world is sleeping. technical writer, among other positions in the Together, the girls imagine that the sun “rides medical field. Adding photos to the book was rollercoasters all night long, “takes a bubble a new element, but both the text and visual bath to scrub its rays clean” after a long aspects came together for a colorful tale. day of helping flowers grow tall with them, and naps, appropriately, on “a sun porch.” “It wasn’t a strategy, it wasn’t expected,” but it worked, said Kairys of her illustrative style. “YaYa and Leen” are depicted via Photoshop “It’s so new, a different approach, and effects by Daniel’s real-life young daughters, people seem to like it,” she added. She counts who are also Jo Ann’s granddaughters, ages encouraging words from the San Francisco eight and six, set on stunning, digitally- and Sacramento Book Review, as well as illustrated backgrounds she completed. from Jack Canfield of the popular Chicken Soup for the Soul books, who called her Daniel conceptualized the story, and Mrs. book “one of the most beautiful children’s Kairys edited and mostly illustrated the work, books” he has seen yet, among her feedback. with a little help from Frank Thompson, also credited in the book, who helped her perfect People seem to like it, indeed. After the the art of illustration. “I’m having so much book was published, Kairys submitted it to the fun with this” experience, said Kairys. award contests, winning nearly all she entered.

Braun’s contribution furthered the element of family involvement in the book, she said, and “he was happy to do it.” The book is available as an iBook, on Amazon.com, BN.com, and, appropriately, the Holmdel Barnes and Noble store. Book signings there, as well as visits to her town library and public schools, are on the agenda this fall, with dates to be announced, said Kairys. An app for the book is almost complete, as well. Kairys says Sunbelievable carries a message about “how wonderful it is to encourage your children through their own storytelling,” for parents to “enjoy the joy” of reading with their children, seeing the illustrations, and seeing a multicultural family, as is Dr. Kairy’s (the entire family, who are Caucasian American and Haitian, make an appearance in the book’s final pages.) That theme will be explored in Kairys’ next book, which will again feature the girls, who get hungry for cake one day and, upon realizing their fridge is void of any, traverse their neighborhood for a slice.

In the process, the girls find out about “That was a huge surprise,” she said. the different cultures of their neighbors, “Winning the Mom’s Choice award was and the book will include a recipe for cake such a thrill,” she added, joking that with healthy ingredients. “It’s been a great the award in itself would have been experience, it’s been a family bonding enough, but the others also came through. experience,” Kairys said of the book, and one which “leaves a legacy,” she said. The book, while encouraging imagination and whimsy, also has educational facts about For more information on the book, the sun in its end pages, written by Kairys’ and to learn about illustrating classes The culmination of Sunbelievable was nephew, former NASA chief technologist Kairys is planning to teach, visit born from some storybooks Kairys had Robert B. Braun, still a consultant with w w w . s t o r y q u e s t b o o k s . c o m . been assembling for her grandchildren using NASA and educator at Georgia Tech.

The Kairys’ joint effort has earned them seven children’s book awards, including the 2012 Mom’s Choice Gold Award, 2012 Indie Excellence Finalist Award, two 2012 Royal Dragonfly Awards for best illustrations, another two 2012 Purple Dragonfly Awards for best illustrations, and an award from the Florida Publisher’s Association.

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he Northern Chamber of Commerce and Holmdel Recreations sponsored Cross Farm Park’s free movie night on Friday, September 14 at 5:00 p.m. “Northern Monmouth Chamber covers the whole Bayshore region. It’s a great group of local businesses,” said TJ Brustowicz, board member of the Northern Monmouth Chamber. Michelle Frazzitta, Holmdel Township Office employee, said, “This is the first time they’re doing a car show, a movie and a du-wop band,” she continues, “Maybe it will be an annual event.” Previously, Holmdel Township has helped put together some movie nights in the summer sponsored by Vonage at the Holmdel Community Center. “The Executive Director of the Chamber and I came up with the idea to do a movie night for the chamber and it’s also a good way for the chamber members to get their business out in front of the community,” Brustowicz continues, “You’ve got a big reason for folks to come in, with the movie and all the other attractions, and they can show off what the Chamber is all about, too.” After the movie ended, the night concluded with a beautiful fireworks display in the park.

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leo Italian Specialties was started in 2000 by owner Vincent Dene. The restaurant name comes from Vincent’s grandfather because the recipes Vincent uses in his pizzeria were passed down from his grandfather, Pasquale Aleo, who spent his life working in restaurants in New York City. Mozzarella is a staple in any Italian restaurant or household, and Aleo has previously been awarded with the best mozzarella in Monmouth County! Their menu ranges from hot and cold sandwiches, salads, soups, pasta, and chicken and fish entrees and they also have a kid-friendly menu. Aleo Pizza and Pasta is conveniently located next to their catering service, Aleo’s Italian Specialties. Aleo’s catering has supplied many crowds at parties, town festivals and more. On Saturday, September 15, Vincent showed off his cooking skills by doing a demonstration of how to make paella in the parking lot of the Acme shopping Plaza in Lincroft, where his

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he 2012 CNBA Pig Roast was held Wednesday, September 19 at Bucks Mill Community Center in Colts Neck. There were 126 tickets sold and it was a great night of food and fun for the community and its business owners. The pig was roasted onsite by Ray Misiuro, and chicken and salads were prepared by Janice Rizzo, desserts and coffee were provided by Perkins in Colts Neck. Table cards were donated by Ann Hager of Mulberry Market, mums were donated by Dud Hager of Creative Environments and Tom Orgo of Slope Brook Farm donated hay bales, corn stalks, pumpkins and gourdes. It was a great night for the Colts Neck Business Association members and friends.

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Annual Halloween Pancake Breakfast October 27, 2012

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$5 for Adults/$3 for Seniors & Children under 12 Proceeds to Support Local Charities Breakfast Includes: Pancakes - Blueberry & Chocolate Chip Scrambled Eggs • Sausage • Donuts & Bagels Coffee & Orange Juice

The Colts Neck Lions Club was formed in 1969 and has been serving the Colts Neck Community ever since. Lions volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their local and world communities. By conducting service projects and raising funds, Lions strive to help those in need, wherever they are. The Lions' motto is "We Serve."

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Lincroft Elementary School PTA Sponsors

Back To School Family Movie Night STORY SUSAN MURPHY

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incroft Elementary School PTA held its second annual Back to School Family Movie Night on September 14. Although the 2012-2013 school year began just five days prior, this event offered students a chance to reconnect outside of the school setting after being apart during the summer. Families brought lawn chairs or blankets and settled on the grass at the back of the school in front of a 21 foot movie screen, awaiting the start of “Mr. Popper’s Penguins.” Prior to the start of the movie, parents were able to socialize while their children enjoyed the playground. PTA Event co-chairs Rosemary Seppe and Christine Sanpietro noted that the freshly popped popcorn, bottled water, glow-sticks, and the movie were compliments of the PTA. The night was a big success and both students and adults enjoyed the movie and fellowship with friends, shared Mrs. Sanpietro.

Left to right: Principal Steven Graziano stands with PTA Treasurer Claudia Healey and her daughter Claire prior to the start of the movie.

Left to right: Lincroft Elementary PTA President Debbie Piperno, committee member Heather Mutto, and sitting left to right: PTA Event co-chairs Christine Sanpietro and Rosemary Seppe take a moment before students and their families arrive for the Back to School Movie Night on September 14.

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olmdel Imaging keeps “STOMPing” on cancer and we would love for you to join! For the second year in a row, Holmdel Imaging is proudly sponsoring a fundraising event to benefit STOMP the Monster on Friday, November 2, 2012. Enjoy a night of raising awareness, prizes, live music by The Cause and The Effects, food and beverages.

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STOMP the Monster is a non-profit organization that helps local families that are affected by cancer when they need it most, during their treatment. STOMP The Monster provides financial and other support to cancer patients, their families, and caregivers. Last year, Holmdel Imaging raised close to $15,000 for this fantastic organization, and with your help would like to exceed that amount this year. All of the proceeds went directly to helping local families, and all donations are tax deductible! The event will take place at Holmdel Imaging, 100 Commons Way, Holmdel, NJ. Tickets are $30 per person and include five free tickets for prizes, food and beverages, live entertainment, and much more. It’s an event you sure can’t miss!

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Volunteers Needed for the 2013 Colts Neck Country Fair Did you miss this year’s Colts Neck Country Fair!? Now is your chance to be a part of it. A volunteer meeting will be held on November 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the Colts Neck Library - refreshments will be served! The Colts Neck Country Fair is a not for profit corporation, founded with the goal of providing clean, safe, family entertainment while benefiting the many civic and volunteer organizations in our community. Located at scenic Bucks Mill Park in Colts Neck, the fair provides fantastic rides, games, crafts, vendors, food, entertainment, and a forum for our community organizations to raise awareness and much needed money. From the people manning the ticket booths, to parking cars, cleaning the food tent, running the games and wheels, and organizing the fair - they are all volunteers, but we need your help. To continue this great township tradition volunteers are needed. Please join us at our volunteer meeting for a meet and greet with some of our members - you won’t be disappointed.


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2012 BBBSMMC Gala Honorees, Suzanne & Jeffrey Citron with their children, Kyra and Noah.

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ig Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth & Middlesex Counties (BBBSMMC) will hold its 14th Annual Matching Smiles Gala on Friday, October 19, at Addison Park in Aberdeen. The evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a sumptuous cocktail reception, and silent auction at followed by dinner and dancing. A live auction will feature the opportunity to “Sponsor-A-Match” where attendees can pledge the cost of bringing a child together with a caring, adult mentor and for professional supervision of the match for the first year. This year, Big Brothers Big Sisters will honor the Citron family and their Foundation at the Gala for their dedication to the mentoring agency and many children in the community. “We are extremely grateful for the Citron’s generosity to Big Brothers Big Sisters which has enabled our agency to expand our 1:1 mentoring programs and to relocate to a larger office in Asbury Park. The Charles Lafitte Foundation has made a huge impact on many local organizations which helps to improve our community as a whole” said William Salcedo, Executive Director of BBBSMMC. In addition, there will be “Bigs” and “Littles” in attendance to greet guests and to give testimonials about how the mentoring relationship has changed their lives for the better. The Annual Matching Smiles Gala is the signature event for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth & Middlesex Counties. This year’s exceptional Gala Committee includes Gala Chair Stella Price and committee members Lauren Cesario, Amy Beth Dambeck, Kristin Gaul-Spitale, Christine Higgins, Debra Littleson, MC Mayer, Theresa Murphy, Dana Perrotta, Anne Roslin, Joanna Shearer, Tara Walsh, and Carol Anne Cawley Weshnak. Individual Gala tickets may be purchased for $250. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 732.444.3538, email mbull@bbbsmmc.org or visit www. bbbsmmc.org.

CILU Save the Date On November 12, at 7:30 p.m., CILU hosts William D. Kastning, Executive Director of the Monmouth Conservation Foundation. Kastning formerly worked for New Jersey’s DEP, where he supported land preservation efforts. He will speak about the current work of the MCF, as well as our role in usage of the Lucent property. The meeting is free and open to the public. To learn more about CILU and CILU activities, please visit our website at http://www.Holmdel-CILU.org.


Newcomers & Neighbors Club Announces Autumn Brunch/Holiday Events

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he Newcomers and Neighbors Club of Colts Neck and Holmdel will hold an autumn brunch at the lovely Oyster Point Hotel and Restaurant in Red Bank on Thursday, October 11 at 9:30 a.m. Guests are welcome, so bring some friends and enjoy a beautiful autumn day on the river. Make a reservation by sending a check for $35 to Newcomers and Neighbors Club, Box 254, Holmdel, N.J. 07733. On September 13, the members and guests of the club enjoyed a “Pampered Chef” party given by Christine Idland. A percentage of the proceeds from the sales were donated to the club and will be used to help the Food Bank of Monmouth and Ocean County. The club will meet at Dearborn Farms for a craft demonstration in November and hold a holiday luncheon in December. “Dinner at Seven” will meet on October 13, book club will meet on October 30, “and Gourmet Lunch” will meet on October 18. The travel group has planned several fall trips to New York and Pennsylvania, as well a holiday trip to Rockefeller Center. Any long-time resident or new resident of the Monmouth County area may join the club, even if they do not live in Colts Neck or Holmdel - many members live in other towns. For information on the club, call 732.530.9543 or 732.526.7648.

Julia D. Cintron, MS, DMD Joins Newman Springs Dental Care in Lincroft

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ulia D. Cintron MS, DMD is a graduate of UMDNJ- New Jersey Dental School 2011 and The Graduate School of Biomedical Science 2007. Dr. Cintron continued her training at Monmouth Medical Center completing a General Practice Residency. There she was trained in multiple facets of advanced dentistry such implants, sedation dentistry, Cerec crowns, and Invisalign. She conducted research on the relatedness of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and dentistry and was awarded first place for her efforts. Dr. Cintron is a warm, caring practitioner who is passionate about dentistry and offers the highest quality of care to her patients. She is also fluent in Spanish, a skill that has been extremely helpful to many. She remains involved in dental organizations such as the American Dental Association, New Jersey Dental Association and the Monmouth-Ocean County Dental Society. Dr. Cintron has joined Newman Springs Dental Care at 539 Newman Springs Road in Lincroft. The practice is open Monday through Saturday and also offers evening hours. Please call 732.741.6444 to schedule an appointment.

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Kiwanis Club Of Holmdel Sponsors Second Annual

Wine And Brew Tasting Event STORY SUSAN MURPHY

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iwanis Club of Holmdel held their second annual Wine and Brew Tasting, Pig Roast and Barbecue at Dearborn Market Greenhouse on September 15. Over 140 guests enjoyed a casual evening of socializing, great music, and delicious food. All proceeds from this event and every event held by the Kiwanis members, will benefit the children in the Bayshore area who are in need, noted President Ron DeLuca. “What we do we do from our hearts and your attendance and support at this event and all of our events allows us to continue to help the children.” This year the Kiwanis offered a Mega 50/50 for which only 200 tickets at $100 each were sold. If all tickets were sold, the winner would receive $10,000.

Ron acknowledged Monmouth County Freeholder Serena DiMaso and Holmdel Mayor Patrick Impreveduto, who were in attendance and then introduced the Kiwanis Club’s Humanitarian of the Year “Big Joe” Henry of 101.5 FM. Ron explained that Big Joe gives from the heart and touches the lives of many people, especially children. Although he was appreciative of the award, Big Joe said, “I don’t like to take the credit because without people like you the kids wouldn’t be helped. I don’t do things single-handedly, it is the people of New Jersey who donate and help out, and that is what makes me do what I do.” Since he began on 101.5, over 15 years ago, he has been associated with helping to raise over 40 million dollars for the people of New Jersey who need it the most. “I am so blessed to be able to do that and it’s thanks to people like members of the Kiwanis Club, like the Luccarelli family, and all of you here tonight.”

Left to right: Kiwanis President Ron DeLuca stands between his children Nicholas and Camille, who are extremely supportive of him and the Kiwanis Club.

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Left to right: Representatives for Breast Intentions who spoke at the event were Joan Antonino, Carol Rech, and Marianne Ruane.and Tom Critelli.

Left to right: Guests included Bayshore Community Hospital Foundation Senior Development Officer Matthew Lang, Holmdel Mayor Patrick Impreveduto, Monmouth County Freeholder Serena DiMaso, Holmdel Township Committeeman Joseph Ponisi, and Tom Critelli.


Left to Right: Kiwanis Club of Holmdel’s Chosen Humanitarian of the Year Big Joe Henry of 101.5, current Kiwanis Club President Ron DeLuca, Event Co-chairs Ted LaBarca and Anu Khare.

Three women from Breast Intentions (formerly Breast Friends Forever), Joan Antonino, Carol Rech, and Marianne Ruane, spoke of the organization they represented which was started by Marianne’s son Michael and Carol’s daughter Erika, when they were just 15 years old. In response to learning two family members were diagnosed with breast cancer, the teens started Breast Intentions to provide emotional and financial support and resources to individuals and families fighting breast cancer. Kiwanis Club of Holmdel has been very supportive of this organization. The Kiwanis Club of Holmdel focuses its efforts on assisting and improving the lives of families and children who are in need throughout the Monmouth County Bayshore area. New members are always welcome. For more information, visit www.holmdelkiwanis.com.

Members of the Luccarelli family enjoyed socializing with Kiwanis Club members and friends.

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Local Events 15th Annual Country Jamboree and Chilifest October 13 & 14 1:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Vendors and crafters line the streets of Keyport in this old-fashioned street fair. Live music, entertainment, food vendors and the best chili around – an event for the entire family! For more information, call 732.739.3900 or visit www.visitkeyport.com. Late Fall Flea Market October 13 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Over 125 vendors will display old, new and hand-made items of all types. This event is a fundraiser benefiting the historic and educational programs presented at Historic Village at Allaire by the non-profit organization, Allaire Village Inc. For more information, visit www.allairevillage.org. Thompson Park Day October 14 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Autumn fun for the whole family at Thompson Park in Lincroft. Free admission and free parking! Featuring maize maze, strut your mutt dog costume contest, scarecrow contest, pumpkin painting, wagon rides, food, crafts and live entertainment. For more information, call 732.842.4000 or visit www.monmouthcountyparks. com. All Hallows Eve in the 1830’s October 14 12:00 P.M. to 4:00 p.m,

Visitors to this living history recreation of 19th Century Halloween activities held in the restored iron works company town can bob for apples, take part in 19th Century games, and listen to traditional Halloween stories. Visitors to the Managers House can see cider

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pressing being demonstrated on the front lawn, using authentic 19th Century methods, or visit the kitchen where period recipes are being prepared. Perhaps tales of the macabre are more your taste, if so we invite you to visit our storyteller as she spins her tales of horror and enchantment. For more information, visit www. allairevillage.org. Jersey Shore Spooktacular October 20 at 12:00 p.m.

Get ready for 2012’s Jersey Shore Spooktacular! Join the fun at Camp Sacajawea in Farmingdale for a Spooktacular time. Hike through the haunted ghost walk, visit the teens’ scary skits, enjoy the spooky hayride and more. How much more? Don’t forget about story telling, marshmallow roasting and the Monster Mash DJ dance party. Hot dogs, snacks and drinks will be available for purchase. For more information, visit www.jerseyshorespooktacular.com. 32nd Annual Red Bank CROP Walk Sunday, October 21 Registration at 1:00 p.m. Walk Begins at 2:00 p.m.

The Red Bank CROP Hunger Walk is a 5-Mile Walk/Run to raise funds to fight hunger in Monmouth County, New Jersey and around the world. Food collection, music, banner/poster contest and fun family activities make it a great way to help those in need. Join your friends, family and neighbors as we walk to end hunger one step at a time! Kateri Halloween Night Hike October 26 & 27

For the twenty-sixth year, Kateri will present this enchanting live drama that tells the origins

of Halloween. The woodland trails are lit with over 250 Jack O’ Lanterns. Visitors walk through the woods and meet the characters along the way as the story unfolds. The event is for children ages 5 through 12 and accompanying adults. Tickets are $15.00 per person (non-refundable donation). Please call 732.946.9694 to purchase tickets or visit www. katerinighthike.com. 2nd Annual New Jersey Women’s Expo Saturday, October 27 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday, October 28 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Brookdale Community College in Lincroft

Gather your gal pals and treat yourselves to the best local shopping, fashion, entertainment, food, travel, cosmetics and so much more at the 2nd New Jersey Women’s Expos. Take some time from your busy life to enjoy the best of your area! The New Jersey Women’s Expo will showcase the area’s very best products, services, seminars and attractions created especially for women! Admission is $10.00. For more information, visit www. NJWomensExpo.com. 1830’s Fall Harvest Festival October 30 - 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Harvest Festivals have been celebrated for centuries and at the Historic Village at Allaire we carry on the tradition with our Fall Harvest Festival. Apple bobbing, snap apple, apple toss, puppet show, musical presentation, cider pressing and wagon rides – a great day of fun for the entire family! For more information, visit www. allairevillage.org.


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he Tara Hansen Foundation will host its first annual Octoberfest, An Event to Prevent on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Dive!, located in Sea Bright for a wine and beer tasting. Taking place from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m., the goal of the event is to raise funds to help advocate for the advancement of maternal health awareness. In addition to the tasting featuring local wineries and breweries, there will be a silent auction that you won’t want to miss.

Tara Hansen was a special education teacher in Freehold for six years, she gave birth to her first child on March 25, 2011 and passed away due to complications associated with childbirth six days later. In honor of Tara Hansen, The Tara Hansen Foundation was formed by her husband, Ryan.

Tara Hansen was a special education teacher at the West Freehold School in Freehold. For nearly six years, Tara had the pleasure of teaching children in her hometown. She was able to give back to the community and enjoyed every moment she spent in the classroom. On March 25, 2011, she and her husband Ryan welcomed their first child, Brandon Ryan, into the world. Then, only six days later, Tara passed away due to complications associated with childbirth. “I never anticipated that Tara could die from childbirth,” says Ryan Hansen, founder of the Tara Hansen Foundation. “My goal through education and advocacy is to increase awareness about maternal mortality in the United States and help prevent another child from losing his/her mother.” Tickets may be purchased in advance for a donation of $40 at the Tara Hansen Foundation website at tarahansenfoundation.com or on Facebook. For more information, please email the tarahansenfoundation@gmail.com. The Tara Hansen Foundation is dedicated to the advancement of maternal health awareness in an effort to improve maternal health care. We also give back to the West Freehold School 4th and 5th grade special education department where Tara taught.

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Holmdel High School Graduate Heads to China

Before Princeton

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he Princeton Bridge Year Program allows 28 incoming Princeton freshmen to defer their freshmen year in order to participate in nine months of University-sponsored service at one of four locations: China, India, Senegal, and Peru. Bridge Year aims to give participants greater international perspective and intercultural skills in addition to a deeper appreciation for global service and cultural diversity. This year, 94 applicants applied, up from 59 last year, and Holmdel graduate Richard Chang was one of the 28 who were selected. He and six other students are in China, specifically Kunming in Yunnan Province, doing volunteer work. The Bridge Year does not give participants college credit and participants will thus graduate Princeton as the Class of 2017. Princeton funds the cost of the program - approximately $30,000 for each student. “When I saw that I could have the chance to travel to a foreign country, engage in meaningful international service, and experience a new culture - with Princeton paying for it - I knew this was an opportunity that I couldn’t walk away from,” said Richard. In late April, when making his final college choice, deciding between colleges such as Princeton, West Point, Annapolis, and Georgetown, Richard said that the one of the reasons he chose Princeton was because of its Bridge Year opportunity, in addition to its generous financial aid program and its commitment to undergraduate education. Upon arriving in China in late August, the Bridge Year team first traveled to Tibet for a month for orientation and various service projects, then traveled to Kunming where they are currently staying for the majority of the trip, serving in various NGOs and humanitarian organizations. Some of the organizations they may work with include World Vision and Operation Smile. At the end of the trip, the team will travel to either Shanghai or Beijing to meet with Princeton alumni in China. Since Richard is gone from home for a year, he knows that he’ll miss his family and friends, but was still excited for the journey and the opportunity to help people: “Growing up in my church, Monmouth Community Christian Church, I was taught the importance of compassion, and I am so glad I have this chance to go China to serve the less fortunate.” Upon returning from China, Richard plans to major in the Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs at Princeton and seek a certificate in East Asian Studies. October 2012

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Hosts Annual

Golf Outing Story Susan Murphy Photos Colts Neck Fire Company#1

Left to right: Low Foursome in the Colts Neck Fire Company#1 golf outing held on September 10, 2012 at Pebble Creek Golf Club in Colts Neck were Joe Genke, Jim Genke, Mike Romano and Steve Ellis.

Colts Neck Friends of the Library Annual Used Book Sale This is your opportunity to get great deals on gently used adult and children’s books, audios, DVD’s, and more. Join us Friday, October 19 & Saturday, October 20. Friday, October 19 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. - Pre-opening (donation $5.00) 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. - No admission charge Saturday, October 20 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - No admission charge Bag O’ Books starting at noon! Bring a shopping bag, or we will give you one and fill it up for just $5.00. Cash or checks only please. Stop in or call the library with any questions. Book collection until October 15 ONLY please! Sorry, we cannot accept donations of encyclopedias or textbooks.

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olts Neck Fire Company#1 held its eighth annual golf outing at Pebble Creek Golf Club in Colts Neck on September 10. The golf fee included a continental breakfast, greens fee, cart, barbecue lunch, silent auction, gifts and prizes. Spouses or friends were invited to attend. Event Chairman Captain Mike Romano noted that 80% of the golfers were firefighters and the remaining golfers came to show their support. “It was a beautiful day for the outing and we had the Ladies Auxiliary and the Fire Police here to help us,” he said. Captain Romano was assisted by cochairs Jim Genke and Bob Black. The Hole in One prize, sponsored by Robert Black, Jr., and Patrick and Tricia Brogan, was $10,000. Event Sponsor was ServPro of Freehold/ Middletown; Lunch Sponsor, Casa Luca Foundation; Breakfast Sponsor, Trump National Golf Club. Colts Neck vendors and those from surrounding communities generously donated gifts for the auction, ads for the event journal, prizes, gift certificates, or signage for each of the 18 holes played during the golf outing. Tournament prizes were given to the following golfers. Steve Ellis and Gail Carscadden won Closest to the Pin; Jay Howlett won Closest to the Line; Tim Mariner won Longest Drive; Joe Genke won Longest Putt, 43 feet 6 inches; and Low Foursome were Jim, Genke, Joe Genke, Mike Romano, and Steve Ellis. Co-chair Bob Black noted that die-hard golfer Brad Colin arrived from New Haven, Connecticut to enjoy the outing. Proceeds from the golf outing will be used to maintain the firehouse and purchase new equipment. According to information listed in the golf outing brochure, Colts Neck Fire Department is responsible for providing emergency services to the 13,000 residents of Colts Neck Township. The district covers roughly 32 square miles including stretches of State Routes 18 and 34 and County Route 537. Colts Neck Fire Company#1 maintains four fire trucks to cover this area. A 95 foot ladder truck with a 2,000 gallon per minute pump, an attack pumper with a 1,500 GPM pump, a tanker with a 2,000 GPM pump and a brush truck for off road incidents. Colts Neck Fire Company#1 was organized December 8, 1926, remained in their original firehouse for 26 years, and purchased their first fire truck in March, 1927, which was delivered later that summer. Colts Neck Fire Company#1 purchased their current property on Route 537 in March, 1948, and this was dedicated in 1953. This firehouse has been expanded several times and a new building added in the back to house more equipment. These expansions were paid for with money donated by community-minded citizens and businesses. Colts Neck Fire Department is not supported by a separate fire district and relies heavily on donations for support.

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Maintained custom built home by owner on quiet cul-de-sac. A return to traditional, quality craftsmanship. Amazing holiday gatherings, open floor plan design, accomplished by the use of steel beam construction in kitchen and main living area. Bring your large family, entertain on your new maintenance free deck & swim in your (Salt Water System) pool. Your guests can play pool in Billard Room (Pool Table Included in Sale). Bring your pet to run in your fenced in pesticide free backyard!

Open the door and this home will WOW you built and crafted with premium quality workmanship throughout. Home offers princess staircase, fantastic molding display w/ massive rooms sizes and offering an open floor plan. Gourmet kitchen w/granite, viking stove, ss app. sharp microwave drawer built into the island + bar area. 3 full bdrm suites + 2nd fl. game room/office. Fin bsmt. w/ media rm, & 3 car garage. Home is surrounded in privacy & plenty room for pool, 2+acre. Too much to list MUST SEE!!

This spectacular five bedroom three and half bath Estate sits on over an acre of land on a private street. The gourmet kitchen has been updated. The full finished basement boasts a custom bar, workout room, sauna, wine room and home theatre. There is a three car garage, resort-like backyard with a custom concrete heated in-ground pool with spa and beautiful landscaping.

300 Feet of prime water front property! Located in one of the most sought after locations in Colts Neck! This custom colonial located on the Swimming River Reservoir features 4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths,4 Zone Heat & AC! Closets are too numerous to count! Master Bed retreat with 5 piece bath, sit area and bonus room with endless possibilities! In-law, teen or Au-pair suite with its own 5 piece bath! Revel in water views from almost every room! Don't miss the opportunity to Own This Magnificent Home!

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Spectacular custom home on the reservoir, sophisticated architectural detailing and quality construction grace this scenic water view lot in one of the most sought after neighborhoods. Professionally landscaped, open expansive floor plan, 6 BR, 4.5 Baths with a spacious master suite located on the 1st floor. Magnificent gourmet kitchen, custom theater, professionally designed Lutron lighting system, 10 ft ceiling on 1st floor, new Kohler generator, finished walkout lower level and much more!

As featured in DesignNJ Magazine this magnificent custom all brick/stone colonial is set on picturesque waterfront/reservoir property. Cinderella staircase, Grand 2 story foyer, All hardwood floors/marble and tile throughout. Sun room, balconies, sport court, tennis court, putting green, gunite swimming pool & kiddie pool plus a built in trampoline. Generator, dock at reservoir, Oversized driveway w/ pavers. Full finished walk out lower level with Theater, Bar, Fitness Room and Full bath.

Beautiful Riviera @ Freehold,a gated community for active adults. Beautiful Prestwick model featuring 2 bedrooms & 2 full baths, 2 car garage all on one level.This model has a great open floor plan, ideal for entertaining, spacious master bedroom & master bath, large walk in closet. Kitchen is ideal for the gourmet, center island stainless refrigerator, corian counters. Premium lot backing up to woods with lots of privacy. Come join this stupendous community!!

This beautiful ranch sits on a very private, oversized park-like yard. Newer kitchen with hardwood floors, custom master bath, several amenities that include: Florida room, in-ground heated pool with security cover, cabana/storage shed, large deck with natural gas grill, dog kennel and Kohler gas generator that runs the whole house when everyone else in the dark. A Must See!

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BAYONET FARM

Arts &Music Festival Story Susan Murphy

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celebration of the ninth annual Bayonet Farm Arts and Music Festival took place on September 23 and included a juried Art Exhibit and En Plein Air Painters event and sale. Showcased at the festival were The Plein Air Painters of the Jersey Coast (PAPJC), a group comprised of artists who enjoy exploring the beauty of the Central New Jersey coastal area through painting “en plein air” a term used to describe painting done outdoors. The En Plein Air and Juried Art Competition was cojudged by M. Stephen Doherty, editor of Plein Air magazine, and James Yarosh, of the James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery. Accompanying the Art Exhibit was live music, art demonstrations, children’s crafts and guided tours of the gracious Harding House on the estate, which has been preserved as a park in Holmdel. The objective of the Bayonet Farm Arts and Music Festival is to create a cultural event that encompasses visual and performing arts, student participation in both music and art, and educating the public on the historical importance of Bayonet Farm. The Cracked Olive of Holmdel and the Holmdel Fire Company No. 1 provided food for purchase. Dearborn Market of Holmdel generously sponsored the Artist Reception. Shannon Tang, 2012 Holmdel High School graduate designed this year’s logo for the Festival. Bayshore Greenhouse supplied decorations. Arts and Music Festival Committee Board Members include Carol Beckenstein, Janet Berk, Zabel Miracle, Vicktoria Scotto-Lavino, Sede Spang, and Katie Stone. Committee volunteers include Phyllis Ameduri, Kyle Galante, Abbi Finch, Joanne Kelly, and Mike Rauchwerk.

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LONG & FOSTER® REAL ESTATE, INC., O PEN S NEW C O LT S NEC K O F F I CE

Left to right: William Kilbride and Salvatore Cagnina, a multi-million dollar real estate team, will be heading up the new Colts Neck location for Long & Foster® Real Estate.

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ong & Foster® Real Estate, Inc., the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, has opened an office in Colts Neck, located at 49 County Road 537 West in Colts Neck. The new office serves as home to the real estate team of William Kilbride and Salvatore Cagnina, and will be supported by Paul Murray, manager of Long & Foster’s office in Princeton Junction. “The new Colts Neck office provides Long & Foster the opportunity to expand our coverage in the state of New Jersey and positions us within proximity to the New Jersey shore. We are excited about this presence in Monmouth County,” Murray said. The new office will also serve as home to the multi-million dollar real estate team of William Kilbride and Salvatore Cagnina, real estate veterans who will operate under Long & Foster’s Elite Entrepreneur Platform program which allows top producers to build their own business while aligning with the #1 independent residential real estate company in the United States. “I was at a closing with a Long & Foster sales agent and we started talking. I was impressed by everything the company offers in the way of support to its agents. There was no question that leveraging our team with the best company in the Mid-Atlantic was the right decision for Kilbride & Cagnina,” said Kilbride. “With this move to Long & Foster we are confident about growing our business and look forward to increasing the size of our team.” “We are excited about the potential volume of business this office will do and welcome Bill and Sal to the Long & Foster family,” said Murray. “They are professionals who bring an enormous amount of talent, expertise and integrity to Long & Foster and embrace this company’s values and mission to provide consumers with the total homeownership experience,” he added.

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As with its other offices, the Colts Neck office will offer buyers and sellers access to the best-trained, best-equipped sales professionals in the market, supported by cutting-edge technology in a comfortable and welcoming setting. The Colts Neck office features high-tech office resources, industry-leading support staff, and free Wi-Fi for sales associates and visitors. “This type of business growth fits so well with Long & Foster’s strategic momentum in the New Jersey region,” said Terry Spahr, regional manager for Long & Foster’s Delaware, New Jersey, and Eastern Shore regions. “We believe that our experience and the integrity, upon which we’ve built the company for more than 40 years, are key to helping consumers reach their homeownership goals, and we look forward to bringing a new level of attention and service to buyers and sellers in Monmouth County.” Long & Foster opened the Colts Neck office as part of its plan to expand services in the state of New Jersey and long-term strategy to be the leading real estate company in this area of the Northeast, according to Gary Scott, president of real estate for Long & Foster. “For more than 40 years, Long & Foster has been home to the best-trained, best-equipped agents and leaders in the industry, and we have no doubt that the newly-opened Colts Neck office will be the go-to resource when consumers in this area of New Jersey are looking to make confident, well-informed buying and selling decisions,” Scott said. For more information on the Colts Neck office, call 732.252.2460, or visit www.LongandFoster.com.


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Community Pet Shots Send in pictures of your pets!

Email: magazine@mycommunitypublications.com

Muffin Morelli of Lincroft

Rosie Giordano of Colts Neck

Pippin Frankie Juhase of Lincroft

Rainbow Morano of Holmdel

Tico and LuLu Venezio of Bayville (Mom works in Lincroft)

Whereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Moose Moore?â&#x201E;˘ Contest

Last month Moose was at Maple Leaf Gardens!

Moose Moore has gotten loose and is roaming around in a northern Monmouth County town! Guess his location correctly and receive a Moose Moore t-shirt! One grand prize winner will win a massage from A Kneaded Vacation!

Email your answer and your town to pets@mycommunitypublications.com to guess where he is!

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Congratulations to our grand prize winner Barry Mohr of Holmdel


Transparent

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re you interested in learning a new language? Do you have a Monmouth County Library card? If so you are ready to go with the database Transparent Language Online. Transparent Language Online is an online language-learning program for library patrons that provide an effective, fun, and engaging environment for language learners of all proficiencies. This database can either be used within the library or from the comfort of your home. Transparent Language Online allows you to follow a simple, linear, learning progression, or jump right in and explore the many, exciting language and culture resources. With 80+ languages to choose from, there is something for every language learner. The Transparent Language Online learning program contains essential courses, a quick start and vocabulary section, pronunciation and conversation practice as well as proficiency tests. To get started visit the Monmouth County Library website at: www.monmouthcountylib.org. From there you will see a tab that says Research, hover over that tab with your mouse and then click on the Databases for Articles, Digital Reference Books and Online Learning link. Once in there on

Colts Neck Library 1 Winthrop Drive - Colts Neck, NJ 732.431.5656

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

Library Babies Ages 2 and under (with parent/caregiver) Mon and Wed - 10:00 - 10:20 am Terrific Twos and Threes Ages 2 - 3½ (with parent/caregiver) Siblings welcome! Mondays and Wednesdays 10:30 - 10:50 a.m. PRESCHOOL STORY & ART PROGRAM Ages 3½ - 5 Mondays, 11:15 - 11:45a.m. Preschool Lunch Bunch Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Bring your brown bag lunch to the library and join us for stories and a craft. OCTOBER SPECIAL CHILDREN’S EVENTS “Meet a Fireman” at the Library Thursday, October 17 @ 4:00 p.m. For all ages October is Fire Safety Month and children will learn all about fire prevention and safety from our Colts Neck Fire Department. There will even be a fire truck in the parking lot to climb on! Meet the Princesses Thursday, October 24 @ 4:00 p.m. For ages 5 and up Ballet performances of Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Beauty and the Beast will be presented by the Performing Arts Dance Studio.

By Stephanie Laurino

the right hand side you will see Tr a n s p a r e n t Language listed a lph a b et ic a l ly, click on it to open up the database; click on sign up with barcode or user ID, enter your library card number, click register and then fill out the short form, creating a username and password as well as selecting a language you would like to learn. You will need to have the sound on your computer turned on in order to listen and receive the full effect. If you have any questions about the Transparent Language database please give me a call at 732-431-5656 during library hours. In order to access Transparent Language Online you must have a Monmouth County Library card. For residents of Lincroft, the fee for a library card is $100 a year through the county library system. Stephanie Laurino is the branch manager at the Colts Neck Library. Stephanie has personally used Transparent Language to help brush up on her Spanish. She gives this database two thumbs up for its ease of use.

Halloween Parade and Craft Thursday, October 31 @ 4:00 p.m. For all ages Come in costume to listen to a story, then parade throughout the library

Holmdel Public Library 4 Crawfords Corner Road – Holmdel 732.946.4118

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

Toddler StoryTime Series Ages 18 months- 36 months (with Parent/Caregiver) Thursdays- October 4, 11, 18 & 25- 9:4510:15 a.m. Preschool Stories & Craft Thursdays, October 18 & 25 Mondays, October 15 & 22 Ages 4 – 5 years – Thursdays, 10:30-11:00 a.m. Ages 3 - 4 years – Thursdays, 11:15- 11:45 a.m. Ages 3 ½- 5 years - Mondays and Thursdays, 2:00-2:30 p.m. School Age Story & Craft Kindergarten through Grade 2 Monday, October 15- 4:15-5:00 p.m. “Superheroes” Create a superhero using a box, an assortment of materials and your soaring imagination! School Age Program Kindergarten through Grade 3 Monday, October 22 - 4:15-5:00 p.m. “Read to the Dogs An introduction to therapy dogs” Come see some wonderful dogs and learn about the important role therapy dogs play in society.

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Bayshore Community Hospital Foundation Presents

Annual Wine And Spirits Tasting

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STORY SUSAN MURPHY

ayshore Community Hospital Foundation held its fourth annual Wine and Spirits Tasting fundraiser on September 6 at Addison Park in Aberdeen. The event will benefit Bayshore Community Hospital’s Cardiac Services Programs. This year, the event featured not only premium wines from around the world, but also international beers and spirits. An extensive array of hors d’ oeuvres complemented the sampling of fine wines, beers and spirits. A silent auction included 75 themed baskets, many filled with wine, beer, or spirits. Event co-chairs Fern and Peter Esposito and Mary and Dr. Elias Lehaf greeted and mingled with the 230 guests in attendance, which was up from 128 last year. “Our goal is to continually increase the support we provide to the hospital through this popular event, ultimately benefiting Bayshore’s Cardiac Services,” said Mrs. Esposito. The co-chairs expressed special thanks to the Scaduto and Azzolina families of Spirits Unlimited and Food Circus Foodtown for once again facilitating many of the wines and spirits that were featured during the evening.

Honored was current Foundation trustee and immediate past chair Wendell A. Smith, Esq. of Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith and Davis for his numerous contributions to Bayshore Community Hospital. Mr. Smith is a tremendous philanthropist and humanitarian in the area. He was a co-founder of both the Holmdel Foundation for Educational Excellence and the Holmdel Theatre Company, Inc. He was a past president and also served on the Holmdel Board of Education for nine years. Mr. Smith has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America since 1983 and last March was honored by the New Jersey chapter of the Community Associations Institute with its first Lifetime Achievement Award.

Left to right: Event co-Chair and Bayshore Community Hospital Foundation Trustee Fern Esposito and Trustee Elect Mollie Giamanco.

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Left to right: Bayshore Community Hospital Foundation Event Committee members and leadership include Celeste Carpiano, Judith Smith, Linda DePalma, Serena DiMaso, Mary Lehaf, Fern Esposito, Jennifer Luehmann, Francine Acquaviva and Carol Stillwell.

Trustee Elect Carol Stillwell and Bayshore Community Hospital Foundation Board Chair Serena DiMaso stand in front of the beautiful array of silent auction baskets.

Left to right: Committee member Jennifer Luehmann, co-chair Fern Esposito, Alfred and Linda DePalma, a Committee member along with fellow member Anita Roselle. Photo Credit: William Denver Photography


Bayshore Community Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees Chair Serena DiMaso, Esq. said of the evening, “The energy created since the Meridian network merged with Bayshore Hospital has become contagious, as you can see by the overwhelming amount of support for tonight's event. I am so proud to be a part of the Bayshore/Meridian family. I know that this hospital will be another jewel for Holmdel while providing outstanding care for all the area's residents. Our co-chairs and committee members have done a fabulous job in their efforts to raise funds for cardiac care services. I know that this is only the beginning of a great future for Bayshore Community Hospital and I can not wait for our story to unfold.” President of the Meridian Health Affiliated Foundations David Flood said, “As we continue to grow the breadth and depth of services at Bayshore Community Hospital, events such as this one are critical to fund new technologies and programs for the communities we serve. The Cardiac Services program at Bayshore has become a signature service for the hospital and will be the cornerstone of Bayshore’s future.”

Left to right: Regional President of Bayshore Community Hospital and Riverview Medical Center Tim Hogan, Site Finance Manager at Bayshore Community Hospital Scott Nothnagel, Vice President Clinical Effectiveness and Medical Affairs of Bayshore Community Hospital and Riverview Medical Center Joe Reichman, M.D., Senior Manager of Operations at Bayshore Community Hospital Rachel Weiss, Vice President of Nursing, Chief Nurse Executive at Bayshore Community Hospital Linda Walsh, Senior Nurse Manager at Bayshore Community Hospital Ellen Barrington, Chief Operating Officer at Bayshore Community Hospital Tony Cava.

Left to right: President of the Meridian Health Affiliated Foundations David Flood, President of Meridian Health John Lloyd, Event honoree Wendell A. Smith, Esq., Bayshore Community Hospital Foundation Board Chair Serena DiMaso, and Regional President of Bayshore Community Hospital and Riverview Medical Center Tim Hogan.

As a freestanding hospital located in Holmdel, New Jersey, Bayshore Community Hospital serves a wide geographic area encompassing towns in both Middlesex and Monmouth County. In September 2010, Bayshore Community Hospital joined Meridian Health becoming the sixth hospital in Meridian's Monmouth and Ocean County health system. Bayshore Community Hospital provides one-stop cardiac diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation close to home for the residents of Monmouth and Middlesex counties. Bayshore also provides a breadth of minimally-invasive cardiovascular treatment options through its multi-specialty Cardiac Catheritization Laboratory and Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA) Suite. Additionally, Bayshore's comprehensive Cardiac Rehabilitation Program allows patients to gain heart strength and stay healthy. Bayshore continues to offer a wide array of services, including emergency medicine, cardiac catheterization, surgical services, wound care, sleep services, diagnostic imaging, women's services with digital mammography, as well as a designated primary stroke center. In 2010 Bayshore Community Hospital also announced a newly developed Center for Bariatrics. Bayshore Community Hospital's Center for Bariatrics is one of the most comprehensive in the region offering free informational sessions, pre-surgical education and evaluation, personal guidance through the surgical process, nutritional support, exercise components and support groups. For more information, visit www.bayshorehospital.org. Bayshore Community Hospital Public Relations Manager Tom Paolella noted that this event raised in excess of $50,000 for cardiovascular services at Bayshore Community Hospital, ultimately benefitting the patients and the communities it serves.

Left to right: Event co-chairs Dr. Elias Lehaf and his wife Mary, Judith and Honoree Wendell A. Smith, Esq., and co-chairs Fern and Peter Esposito gather for a photo at the Bayshore Community Hospital Foundation Wine and Spirits Tasting fundraiser on September 6 at Addison Park in Aberdeen.

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MARTHA MARY GUILD

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CLOTHING SALE STORY Susan Murphy

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artha Mary Guild held their highly anticipated and well-attended clothing and linen sale over the three-day period of September 6 through 8 this year. The Guild is a women’s spiritual, charitable, educational and social organization of Saint Mary’s Parish in Colts Neck. They are dedicated to assisting women and children in need and carry out that mission through fundraisers and outreach. First-time chairperson Tracy Borut said she was very appreciative of the help everyone in the Guild offered. “They were like little worker bees, efficient and supportive of me. I was very happy to do this and to know our efforts will help those in need.” She was guided by co-president Kathy Adleman, who offered ideas and explained procedures. Publicity chair Ann Marie Dayton noted, “We praise Tracy for stepping forward to do this and are fortunate that she agreed to be the chairperson. She has done a great job.” The Clothing and Linen Sale includes a special section known as “The Boutique” at which gowns, suits, finer blouses and pants are available. Anything from office-wear to special occasion-wear is located in this area. Freda O’Doherty has been in charge of this section for many years. “Some of the items we receive still have the store tags on them. People are very generous,” she said. All clothing proceeds will be distributed to various charitable organizations.

TOP: Members of St. Mary’s Parish Martha Mary Guild take a moment from their annual Clothing and Linen Sale which ran from September 6 to 8, 2012. Left to right: Russell and Patricia Clemenza, Eileen Beckley, Muriel Rogers, Barbara Matuscak, Kimberly Leshick, Ann Marie Dayton; kneeling left to right: Elia Gallello, and Chairperson Tracy Borut. BOTTOM: Martha Mary Guild Co-President Kathy Adleman, Patricia and Russell Clemenza, Chairperson Tracy Borut, Barbara Keefe, Barbara Matuscak, Ellen Balestiero, Mary Lodato, and Marilyn Simone assisted customers throughout the three-day Clothing and Linen Sale.

Martha Mary Guild’s Upcoming Clothing Sale Fashion Show

Members of the Martha Mary Guild guided customers in their purchases at “The Boutique” section of the Clothing and Linen Sale. Left to right: Heidi Lohn, Freda O’Doherty, Peggy Caponegro, Jane Slattery, Kathy Lenahan, Barbara Vargo, Jane Davis, Treasure Herman, Tere Nolan, and Ellie Rouff.

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Every October, Martha Mary Guild members have fun “modeling” their purchases from the September Clothing Sale. The Fashion Show is the highlight of this meeting, but there are other good reasons to attend on Wednesday, October 10 at 7:00 p.m., we will meet in the Church to welcome and install new members. This ceremony is followed by a “Pot Luck Dinner”, which always features many delicious dishes – so don’t eat dinner before the meeting! After we have sated our appetites, we will present the Clothing Sale Fashion Show. PHOTO: Members showing off their clothing finds from September Clothing Sale.


VILLAGE SCHOOL STUDENTS

COMPETE IN OLYMPICS STORY Susan Murphy

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embers of the Parent School Association (PSA) of Village School in Holmdel found a creative way to welcome students back to school. On September 22 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. the cafeteria/gymnasium and a section behind the Village School became Olympic territory. Event Chair Darlene Kiss explained, “Each year we do something different for the children. We wanted to give them some freedom outdoors after being in the classrooms all day, so this year we are having the Olympics.” She said there were about 300 children in attendance. “The turnout is just phenomenal. Luckily we have about 100 volunteers, mostly students from William R. Satz and Holmdel High School working towards their community service.” Games included bean bag toss, jumping rope, hula hoops, the high jump, relay race, bubble station, ribbon twirling, miniature golf, and plastic egg race. Younger students or their siblings were also able to sit at tables and color. Parents were able to pre-order pizza before the event which was served promptly at 6:00 p.m. By 6:30 p.m., the Olympics began and excitement filled the air! Medals were given to the students at the end of the evening.

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Specializing in Correcting

Spinal Arthritis, Degenerative Disc & Joint Disease, and Scoliosis in Children & Adults IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS SUCH AS: 1) Tingling/Numbness Down the Arms/Legs 2) Radiating Pain Down the Arm/Legs 3) Muscle Weakness 4) Shoulder/Hip Asymmetry

Regardless of what you have tried in the past, it is worth a small amount of time to sit down with Dr. Tom and determine if and how you can be helped. OUR GOAL IS TO CORRECT YOUR PROBLEM & TEACH YOU HOW TO KEEP IT CORRECTED

CALL TODAY! 732.683.0200 Located at 265 Highway 34 South in Colts Neck WWW.ACTIVEHEALINGCENTERNJ.COM

Correcting Arthritis: Part II

The goal of care at the Active Healing Center is to correct the problem (i.e. degenerative joint disease, scoliosis, etc. as fast as possible while teaching the individual how to keep it corrected. This provides long-term results and greatly enhances the overall health of the individual and their body works at a higher level with less stress on the nervous system. How do you measure correction? We take and thoroughly analyze full spine x-rays in the seated position of each patient. In order to measure correction we must know the following: 1. What normal structure of the spine is including the skull, full spine and pelvis. 2. Make valid scientific measurements of the direction and amount of spinal displacement. 3. Classify the configuration- balanced or unbalanced, and its severity. 4. Calculate the amount of soft tissue injury and impairment. With this information we can compare the patientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spine to the optimum upright spine. To measure correction, we x-ray our patients throughout their program. The following is an actual example of a patient at the Active Healing Center. Initial x-rays of the lower spine revealed a 27 degree scoliosis, 25 mm of left pelvic imbalance with significant elevation of left hip relative to right and severe degenerative joint disease of the lower spine. These are significant findings greatly altering normal function of the lower spine, hips and legs and expediting the degenerative process. After five weeks of care, in-office and home, the x-rays revealed the following: 1. 30% improvement of scoliosis 2. 84% improvement of pelvic imbalance These are excellent results made in a very short time period, enhancing the function of the spine and body while slowing the degenerative process. This information was provided by Dr. Tom Gustafson of Active Healing Center in Colts Neck. To be evaluated and determine if you are a candidate for their program, please contact the Active Healing Center at 732.683.0200 to schedule your appointment.

32nd Annual Red Bank CROP Walk

The Red Bank Crop Walk continues their 4th decade of raising funds to feed their hungry neighbors with their 32nd hunger walk! The Red Bank CROP Hunger Walk is a 5-Mile Walk/Run to raise funds to fight hunger in Monmouth County, New Jersey and around the world. Food collection, music, banner/ poster contest and funfamily activities make it a great way to help those in need. Join your friends, family and neighbors as we walk to end hunger one step at a time! The walk is Sunday, October 21, registration begins at 1:00 p.m. and the walk begins at 2:00 p.m. Red Bank CROP Walk, one of almost a 100 Hunger Walks in New Jersey, is the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest and most successful walk. Of over 1,600 CROP hunger walks in the United States, the Red Bank CROP Walk is honored to be considered the largest all volunteer Hunger Walk in the country! For more information, or how to help, email redbankcropwalk@gmail.com.

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ver the past several decades, cancer treatment has become an increasingly sought after service in the veterinary profession. Just as in seen in human medicine, the cancers that are seen in dogs and cats affect a wide variety of organs and can have varied prognoses. Just as the phrase goes, ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ it can also be said that ‘it takes a village to treat the veterinary cancer patient’. This collaborative effort ensures that our furry family members are able to spend as much high-quality time with their families as possible when they are faced with a cancer diagnosis.

Some cancers are treated through the use of surgery, some with chemotherapy, some with radiation therapy and still others through the use of a combination of some or all of these modalities. The role of the veterinary oncologist is to take all the information available and help decide what treatment options are in the best interest of your pet. While your veterinary oncologist may be the person you interact with at your appointment, a number of individuals are often involved in the decision-making process in determining what treatments are best. These individuals include veterinary surgeons, radiation oncologists, internists and technicians. Every patient is different just as every cancer is different. Through discussing individual cases with other veterinarians your veterinary oncologist can ensure that your pet’s needs are met to ensure the best outcome possible. At the end of the day, treating your pets for cancer, or any other medical issue that requires referral, is a team effort. Your family veterinarian and the other specialists involved in caring for your pets all have the same goal, keeping them happy and healthy. October 2012

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ob Kevlin, a young man graced with dark good looks and a big, fill-the-room baritone. Brooklyn-born and New Jersey-raised, Kevlin grabbed hold of music at an early age and never let go. “A microphone was his first and last toy,” says his mother, a former pianist in her native Russia who instilled a love of music in her young son. Kevlin started to sing as soon as he could talk, belting out family favorites at parties and performing on a makeshift stage in his home to increasingly astonished friends and family. “I first realized that I had a real voice when I was in the fifth grade and the school principal pulled me aside to give me a rare compliment,” says Kevlin. Singing his way through childhood, often accompanied by his operatically-gifted grandfather, Kevlin started to appear in local talent shows and high school musical productions. He worked with the noted voice teacher Felix Moltzer at Monmouth Conservatory of Music, then studied with Nancy Evers and further trained with Richard Dorr from Julliard. While attending Rutgers University, Kevlin appeared in campus productions of “Jekyll & Hyde”, “Footloose” and “Promises, Promises” as well as several others. After graduating Rutgers University, Kevlin pursued graduate studies at Seton Hall University where he earned his Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. In addition, he decided to pursue singing more aggressively, seeing if he could make it his career. “Music is how I express myself. It fills every part of my life. My life would be lacking

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if I didn’t pursue performing,” said Kevlin. Since then, his performances have included his Off Broadway run at the Triad Theatre, the legendary Carnegie Hall, and the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, where he won the International Talent Competition “USA World Showcase” and was crowned as the TV Trophy Winner on PAX television in front of millions nationwide. He has also sung the national anthem on several occasions in front of thousands, performed in solo concerts to sold out audiences, granted several interviews to 620 AM radio as well as 87.7 FM, and appeared on “Time Out”, a celebrity international television news program broadcast in 19 countries, reaching more than 50 million people. His debut album from Tate Music Group showcases his captivating voice and incredible songs with the collaboration of terrific songwriters who took Kevlin’s vision and brought it to life. He has the voice, looks, and stage presence, but what makes him special is how he connects with an audience. It’s a warmth that can’t be taught, and it is what makes Kevlin stand out from the crowd. Rob Kevlin’s debut album from Tate Music Group is available on Amazon and Rhapsody as well as directly from Tate Music Group. Fans are invited to visit him on his Fan page at www.facebook.com/rkevlin, as well as www.robkevlin.com and www.youtube.com/robkevlin. Most recently, Kevlin has performed at Gizzi’s Bar & Lounge in NYC and will be performing at Desmond’s Tavern located at 433 Park Avenue South in NYC on November 16, at 9:00 p.m.

Country Bazaar! Saturday, October 13 For almost a century this church has hosted a fall fair, and it gets better each year! This year they’re featuring fabulous hand-crafts, quilts and baked goods. They’ll have their enormous ‘Trash ‘n Treasure’ sale outside. Please come! Bridges at the Shore Thursday & Friday October 18 & 19 6:00 p.m. Come sort clothing to give out to the desperately poor on Thursday, October 18 at 6:00 p.m. in the church, and then come give out that clothing by joining groups going to Freehold, Red Bank and Keansburg on Friday night, October 19 at 6:00 p.m. Halloween Party Saturday, October 27 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Children, adults, goblins and ghouls, superheroes and mermaids, are invited to the annual “Trunk or Treat” party. (Car trunks are decorated by families with scary, lit-up scenes, with treats to be given out.) They’ll have a haunted house created by their youth, for children to walk through. And they’ll have games, snacks and fun, ending with a bonfire and story-time in the back cemetery. All are welcome! Holmdel Community Church is located at 40 Main Street in Holmdel. For more information about the church, or any of these events, please call 732.946.8821, email holmdelchurch@verizon.net or visit us on the web at www.holmdelcommunityucc.com.


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Celebrates 50th Birthday of Saint Benedict School STORY ALEXIS ORLACCHIO

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he sixth annual Saint Benedict Parish Fair was held on Sunday, September 9. This year was extra special because the community also celebrated the 50th birthday of Saint Benedict School. “They honored the faculty today. Father Dan blessed us,” said Patricia Tuttle, Saint Benedict School Faculty member. Reverend Daniel F. Swift has been the leader of the Saint Benedict Roman Catholic Church parish since October of 2005. “The fair was conceived as a ‘community building’ event for Saint Benedict Church and School,” said Mary Granito, Saint Benedict School Public Relations Coordinator. “(It is) intended to bring the community together for a day of fun and camaraderie for all ages.” Giggles and screams echoed in the Saint Benedict School Courtyard. The scent of popcorn and cotton candy floated through the air. For just a two dollar admission fee for children six and older, kids could play games to try and win prizes, make their own jewelry, get their faces painted and more! The Parish Fair takes place every

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September, except for last year. The fair would have fallen on the date of September 11, so a special memorial service was held instead. “We have seen upwards of 2,000 attendees,” Granito continues, “It is a shared effort with some 400 volunteers involved in producing the event. The funds that are raised are used to offset the cost of holding the fair.” Conrad Corpus has two children enrolled at Saint Benedict School and volunteers for many different departments for the school. “I help out as much as I can,” said Corpus. “You can tell (how much fun the kids have at the fair). It’s pretty much family-oriented. The best part is you bring your own family from outside. My mother–in-law and my cousins, who don’t even go to this school or church (are here) and they enjoy themselves.” Kids could participate in games to try to win prizes, which ranged from stuffed animals to frisbees. For the thrill-seekers, there was rock climbing, a blow up slide, and spinning teacups. Kids could test their aim at the dunk tank or bocce ball

and there was entertainment provided by various dance teams and a magician. “It reminded me of old parish fairs that I used to go to when I was a kid and they were always a lot of fun,” said Lori Woodcock of Matawan. Jackie Orcurran performed with her husband Joe who plays guitar for their band, Hair of the Dog. They have a son in third grade at Saint Benedict School. “It’s really fun. A lot of parents can’t make it to see us when we play in town. So this is good, because they get to bring the kids,” said Orcurran. There was entertainment for adults, too. A beer garden equipped with television sets playing Sunday night football were set up. “I think the best part of the fair is just the sense of community that it builds. I think it brings the school community together with the parish community. It’s just a great day for Saint Benedict’s. Period,” said Saint Benedict School Principal Mary Ellen Lilly. This is Lilly’s thirteenth year as Principal at Saint Benedict School. “It is still the best job in the world.”


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For their project, the girls chose a school that could benefit from a volunteer project due to a lack of their own funds. The girls chose Memorial School, which is part of the Union Beach School District. After meeting with the school’s Director of Curriculum, the girls chose to design a landscape for the main entrance of the building. The girls spent this year planning their project which included: researching trees, shrubs, plants and flowers, sketching a design for the main entrance and seeking donations from local nurseries. On May 19, the girls successfully executed their plan by ‘breaking ground’ and planting the many trees, shrubs, plants and flowers that were donated by local nurseries willing to help with their project. The girls worked under the guidance of a wonderful landscaper, Peter Macaluso, owner of Absolute Quality Lawn Care, Inc. and would like to acknowledge his efforts in overseeing the development of the general design and digging the trenches necessary for the girls to plant. Troops 650 and 903 would also like to acknowledge the following local nurseries, who with their donations, helped make a beautiful landscape for Memorial School: Bayshore Greenhouses & Garden Supplies, Dearborn Market, Gialanella Evergreens & Nursery, Holmdel Farms, Maple Leaf Gardens and Molzon’s Nursery. Anissa Quirk and Barbara Singer, co-leaders of Troop 903 and Laurie Tascione, leader of Troop 650, are extremely proud of the girls for showing great initiative, commitment and teamwork. Congratulations to the following girls on your achievement: Emily Cieplensky, Sanjana Gupta, Madison Longo, Tara Musialowicz, Abbey Quirk, Kelsy Rey, Allyssa Singer, Madeline Tascione, Meredith Theobald, Tanya Wladika and Madison Yuen.

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child is emancipated. Emancipation typically occurs when a child reaches age eighteen and graduates from high school. Emancipation is, however, generally delayed until after a child completes a post-secondary school course of study, whether a two year college, a four year college, a vocational school or a trade school. As long as the child diligently pursues his/her educational plan, emancipation is delayed until completion. When emancipation occurs, child support ends. Peter C. Paras is a shareholder in the Family Law Firm of Paras, Apy & Reiss, P.C. For more information, please see the firm’s website at www. par-law.com. The information in this article is not intended as legal advice. For legal advice you should consult your attorney. October 2012

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ussara Cregan’s vibrant murals have been popping up all over the area with depictions of bygone eras that look refreshingly modern. A native of Thailand, Nussara earned her BFA at the Silpakorn University of Art and her MA at the New York Institute of Technology before relocating to Keyport in 2003. Since that time, she has worked on more than 50 projects in both homes and businesses in New Jersey and New York. Nussara’s most recent project, featured at The Seaport Diner in Keyport, features classic ‘50s automobiles that complement the classic feel of one of the few remaining trolley car diners in the area. At Romeo’s Restaurant in Jamesburg, her Italian style painting transports guests to an imaginary place somewhere between the country and the city with magnificent Roman forums and a 14-foot piece entitled Manhattan of Italy. Watch out for more exciting pieces from this up and coming area artist, including a piece at The Goddard School in Hazlet. For more information on the artist, as well as contact information for interested clients (both home and commercial), visit www.wondrouswalls.com.


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Members Of The Saint John Vianney High School Community Bless The New Vianney Activities Center (VAC) LEFT: Father Bill O’Brien blesses the Vianney Athletic Center (VAC). BOTTOM LEFT: Inside of the Vianney Athletic Center BOTTOM RIGHT: Saint John Vianney’s new Strength and Conditioning Room.

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n September, SJVHS administration, faculty and staff joined Father Bill O’Brien in blessing the new Vianney Activities Center (VAC). Physical Education classes, athletic practices, club activities and other events will take place in the VAC during the 2012-2013 school year. The indoor facility was constructed with funds from generous gifts to the Capital Campaign. The Capital Campaign began in 2007 and ended June 30, 2012. President Joseph Deroba said excitedly, “This activity center is a dream come true. We are the only Catholic School with a 12,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility that really enhances the educational and athletic opportunities for our students.” Other facilities at Saint John Vianney have been updated and remodeled for the upcoming school year. A new strength and conditioning facility is now available to all students with over 3,600 square feet of space and new equipment. The music department now has a multi-tiered room for practicing and storing equipment. Principal Steven DiMezza stated, “The SJVHS community is excited about all the changes to our campus. We are eager for everyone to use the improved facilities here at Saint John Vianney High School.

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Holmdel Green Team Advises Residents to Clear the Curb & Mine “Black Gold”

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hose beautiful autumn leaves will soon start to fall and piles of them will line our streets, waiting to be picked up by our town. Piles left on the grass for long smother it, and some leaves blow back onto your lawn or your neighbor’s. Leaves left illegally in the street divert drivers to the middle of the road, and can block the view of driveways and clog storm sewers. What’s more, it costs the town thousands of dollars to pick them up – a cost that eventually shows up in our tax bills. “There are better ways to deal with leaves,” asserts Green Team member Janet Jackel, “especially once we see them as a resource rather than a nuisance. A leaf pile that sits discretely at the back of your property will decompose to yield the ‘black gold’ that can enrich the garden for next year’s flowers and shrubs.” What to do with those excess leaves? The Green Team advises corralling those leaves in your back or side yard and allowing them to turn into garden-enhancing humus. Earthworms and millions of microbes, naturally occurring with the leaves, decompose the leaves into the dark, crumbly soil enhancer sometimes known as “black gold”. Janet Berk uses the simplest strategy, especially good for people who live in or next to woods. She piles them in a heap at woods’ edge. The pile should be at least four feet in diameter and three feet high to reach the temperature at which the organisms work. Some gardeners like to use three piles: one for newly fallen leaves, one which is actively composting, and one for finished compost. In a surprisingly short time the leaves ‘cook down’ like spinach in a pot of boiling water.

Betsy Wilson with finished compost in the summer.

For those who prefer more containment of the leaves, an enclosure can easily be constructed. All it takes are four 4 or 5-foot poles and some galvanized three or four-foot high hex netting from the hardware store. One open or openable side permits easy access for filling and turning the pile. The pile should be kept moist for best decomposition. Scott Goldstein hastens the composting process by running over the leaves with his mower. He likes to alternate brown leaves with green garden trimmings. The pile should be turned about once a month in warm weather, or right away if the pile gets soggy. Bob Wilson humors his ‘neatnik’ wife Betsy by feeding their leaves and other garden debris through a mulch grinder. The smaller sized particles decompose in just a few months. But by any of these methods, nature’s own recyclers will turn autumn’s leaves into summer’s compost. There are many good sources for composting instructions. You can go to rce.rutgers.edu for an authoritative discussion of leaf composting. Under ‘publications’ you will find a ‘gardening and landscaping’ section. YouTube also has many entries on the same subject.


Saint Leo the Great School Recognized

as One of the Top 50 Non-Public Schools in the Country

TOP: Blue Ribbon Kindergarteners BOTTOM: Spanish students celebrate with a Fiesta

The CN Community Band Announces its 11th Season

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he Colts Neck Community Band, one of the largest and finest performing community bands in the state of NJ, is proud to be in its eleventh season. On November 1, it will present its fall concert featuring the clarinet section in “Clarinet Candy,” a rollicking piece by Leroy Anderson. In addition, two compositions by contemporary composers, the energetic “Rise of the Firebird” by Steven Reineke and the majestic “Spirit of the Sequoia” by Philip Sparke, will be featured. A medley of tunes from “Man of La Mancha, “March of the Belgian Paratroopers” by Pierre Leemans, and beautiful arrangements of “Battle Hymn of the Republic” and ” Shenandoah” round out the program. The concert begins at 7:30 at the Colts Neck High School auditorium. In its continuing series of concerts in other area communities, the band will return to Jackson, for a concert on December 6 at Four Seasons at South Knolls. On May 23, 2013, the band will present its spring concert in a collaborative performance with the Exultation Ringers, an adult handbell choir from the Colts Neck Reformed Church under the direction of Maggie Tripold. This concert will be at the Colts Neck High School and begins at 7:30. The band will conclude its eleventh season with an outdoor concert in Thompson Park on Thursday, June 6, 2013. Under the direction of Kelly Tyma, Richard Grossman, and Joseph Lawlor, the band currently has over 80 musicians which include music teachers, talented high school students, professional musicians and accomplished amateur musicians. Since there are limits in the number of players in each section, anyone interested in joining should contact Richard Grossman at 732.833.7373. Put the dates on your calendar to hear this spectacular band. Admission is free; donations are welcomed and greatly appreciated. For more information, visit www.coltsneckband.org.

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n September 7, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced the 2012 list of Blue Ribbon Schools. Saint Leo the Great School in Lincroft was recognized as “Exemplary High Performing”, making it one of the top 50 non-public schools in the country. To receive the National Blue Ribbon designation, the school must be in the top 15% of schools, which is determined by annual standardized test scores. Saint Leo’s is the only elementary school in the Monmouth-Ocean area to receive this 2012 honor. (Communications High School in Wall and MAST High School in Manahawkin qualified at the high school level.) Secretary Duncan released a statement which said: “Schools honored with the National Blue Ribbon Schools award are committed to accelerating student achievement and preparing students for success in college and careers. Their work reflects the conviction that every child has promise and that education is the surest pathway to a strong, secure future.” The journey to Blue Ribbon began several years ago at Saint Leo’s. The administration focused on improving reading and math skills, leading to significant jumps in test scores from 2008-2011. With that accomplished, they initiated the application process starting in November 2011 and culminating in the Blue Ribbon announcement last month. The process was made easier because Saint Leo’s already had a strategic plan in place, including components for technology and professional (teacher) development. Mr. Neil Begley, who was Vice Principal during the application process, says, “Our strategic plan is a living document. We re-visit it monthly to make sure we are on track.” Mr. Begley took on the role of principal as of the current school year, and has this to say about the honor, “Our recognition as a Blue Ribbon School is the result of the hard work of our entire community. Our faculty and staff, students, and parents should be very proud to know that our efforts toward helping our students reach their maximum potential have contributed to this outstanding achievement.” There will be an official recognition ceremony held by Secretary Duncan in D.C. on November 12-13. October 2012

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On Sunday, October 14, the Colts Neck Reformed Church will host the Gospel Choir from Faith Chapel Reformed Church in Paterson, New Jersey for an afternoon concert at 4:30 p.m. This choir is led by Rev. Darryl Redmond who is also the pastor. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to share in a wonderful time of gospel music! For further information, please contact Maggie Tripold, Director of Music and Worship Arts, at 732.462.4555.

Grace Lambert (new to the Friends of the Monmouth Museum this year) and Janice Anania, First Vice Chair – held the first meeting and luncheon at her beautiful Colts Neck home.

Annual Election Day Luncheon, Dinner & Bazaar Tuesday, November 6 It’s that time of year again for the Colts Neck Reformed Church’s 146th Election Day Luncheon, Dinner, and Craft Bazaar. This year’s festivities will be held on Tuesday, November 6 at the Colts Neck Reformed Church, located on Route 537 in Colts Neck. Luncheon is served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (take-out orders are available beginning at 11:00 a.m.) The price is $9.00 for adults and $5.00 for children under age 12. The menu includes a choice of hot turkey sandwich plate with dressing, or turkey salad sandwich plate with chips. Both include cider, cranberry relish, dessert, and beverage. Three (3) reserved dinner seatings will be available at 5:00, 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. (take-out service is available from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. only.) Limited open seating will be available after 7:00 p.m. and will continue until 8:00 p.m. The price for a sit-down dinner ticket is $13.50 for adults and $6.00 for children under age 12. The take-out dinner ticket is $14.00 for adults and $6.50 for children under age 12. The menu includes a full turkey dinner with all the trimmings, served family style. Tickets are available by calling 732.462.4555 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Take-out and reserved seating tickets must be paid for in advance. Due to the popularity of this event, tickets do sell out quickly and are usually not available at the door, so make your reservations early! A Craft Bazaar is held on the lower level of the Education Building from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6, and is a wonderful place to start your holiday shopping. The bazaar will feature holiday gifts, handmade crafts and homemade baked goods. This event is a time-honored tradition in Colts Neck. The food is great, the atmosphere is warm and friendly and all proceeds are given to the ongoing benevolence program of the church. If you haven’t attended this wonderful event – treat yourself and your family.

Friends of the Monmouth Museum attended the first meeting of the 2012-2013 season at Janice Anania’s home in Colts Neck.

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he Friends of the Monmouth Museum held its first meeting of the 2012-2013 season at the First Vice Chair Janice Anania’s Colts Neck home and was followed by a luncheon. The Friends of the Monmouth Museum support the museum in its fund raising activities and present to the public a warm and welcoming interface with the museum. If you would like to join this group, or have any questions, please contact Mary R. Suszkowski at 732.224.1992.

Texas Hold’em Tournament Sponsored by Lincroft Fire Company A Texas Hold’em Tournament Will Be Held On Saturday, October 13 At The Lincroft Fire Company. The Tournament Is Sponsored By The Lincroft Fire Company And The Proceeds Directly Benefit Them. For More Information, Email Russo57@Verizion.net Or Welby803@ Yahoo.com, Call Anthony Russo At 732.522.1037 Or Mark Sanpietro At 732.768.8774. October 2012

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OAK HILL ACADEMY ATHLETES

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t was a spring season to remember for Oak Hill Academy’s athletic program. Both the tennis and softball teams went undefeated!

For the tennis team, this milestone has become the norm. In fact, the tennis team has been undefeated for the past three years. The top players all had excellent records. In particular, first singles player, Cameron Gruss, had two years undefeated during his 6th and 7th grade seasons at this position. All of this was under the direction of Oak Hill Coach Miss Patrice Murray, who is also the school’s Director of Personnel and Administration. Miss Murray also coaches the women’s tennis team at Monmouth University. The softball team enjoyed its first year as an undefeated team. Led under the direction of Coach Linda Porzio, the team combined expert pitching with clutch hitting to claim victory in each game. The future for this team looks bright as many of the players, including the pitchers, will be returning next year. On the opening day of school, both teams were honored at an assembly in the school’s Student Activities Center. All players were presented with special “undefeated” sweatshirts in honor of their accomplishments. The crowd cheered with pride for their “Mustang” teams.

TOP: At an opening day assembly, Oak Hill Academy Girls’ Softball Team was given gray sweatshirts for their undefeated spring season. BOTTOM: A red OHA sweatshirt was given to each member of the school tennis team who enjoyed its third consecutive undefeated season.

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Fall & Winter 2012 Shows Your Kids Won’t Want to Miss! If you’re looking for that extra-special night out or want to score some Awesome Mom (or Dad!) points, check out these shows your kids will love! There’s still plenty of time to get tickets. Go ahead and print out this list, stick it to the fridge and plan ahead to see a spectacular show with the family in the coming months. Lowly Worm & Huckle Cat’s Bustown October 18, Count Basie Go ahead and join in the adventures of Huckle Cat, Sally Cat, Lowly Worm, Sergeant Murphy and many of their friends as they prepare to compete in the Busytown talent contest on the stage at Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank! This show incorporates problem solving and learning (perfect for your little tykes), with catchy sing-along songs and audience interaction. This is a one-time performance on Thursday, October 18 at 4:00 PM. 2012 Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions November 10, Prudential Center Your kids will flip for a chance to see some of the “Fab 5” women’s gymnastics team straight from winning gold at the Olympics! Get your tickets now to see these champions plus Nastia Liukin (2008 Olympic medalist) and many more as they perform rhythmic and acrobatic gymnastics as well as trampoline and tumbling routines. Root for the home team as local area gymnasts like Atlantic Highlands resident and trampoline Olympian Steven Gluckstein, participate in this Tour! Tickets range from $28.50 - $203.50. Angelina Ballerina, The Musical November 11, The Strand Move your arms and give a wiggle. Make your tail go jiggle, jiggle. Get up and dance with Angelina and her friends as Angelina Ballerina, The musical comes to The Strand Theater in Lakewood for two performances on

November 11. The story line has Angelina and her friends hosting a special guest at the Camembert Academy, all while performing hip-hop, modern dance, the Irish jig and of course, ballet. Tickets $18. Disney on Ice Presents Rockin’ Ever After November 14-18, Prudential Center & November 20-25, Izod Center Disney princesses Ariel, Rapunzel, Belle and Merida are taking the ice this fall as Disney On Ice presents Rockin’ Ever After. Watch these royal rockers compete to be the next superstar in this year’s show. Highlights include a skating horse, enchanted servants and amazing sets. You’ll be dancing in your seat and your lil’ Disney fans will love you for it. Tickes range from $20-$80. Disney’s Phineas and Ferb – LIVE! November 23-24, NJ State Theatre Phineas and Ferb fans, you’re gonna love this. Your favorite friends get into all kinds of mischief during in this live show. The escapade is so awesome that even Candace can’t help but join the hilarious hijinks. Check it out and see Phineas and Ferb create their biggest invention yet. Tickets range from $30 - $100. Buddy Valastro Live Homemade for the Holidays Tour November 26, Count Basie Candy canes, cookies, cakes and carols kick off the holiday season Buddy style as the Cake Boss comes to town! Bud-

dy Valastro from TLC’s hit Cake Boss brings a special holiday family show to Count Basie in Red Bank. Sharing the holiday traditions and stories from his family at Carlo’s Bakery, this show is full of holiday spirit as Valastro demonstrates the techniques that have made him the most famous cake artist in the country. November 26, 2012 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $35 and up. Velveteen Rabbit December 2, NJ State Theatre Has your little one ever wondered if toys become REAL? Then you’ll want to make time for this production of the Velveteen Rabbit at the NJ State Theatre on December 2. Your kiddos will love the imaginative costumes, life-sized puppets, and original music. With just one showtime, you’ll want to reserve your seats early. Tickets are $15-$30. Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical December 13-30, MSG Don’t be a mean one this holiday season... teach your kids the true meaning of the holiday season with the help of the quirky characters from “whoville”. You won’t be able to help but to sing along to “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch” and “Welcome Christmas”. Your kiddos will love a day in the city to kick off the holiday season, starting with this upbeat show. Tickets range from $40-$149.

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NOVEMBER WEEKEND TO HOST NOTED AUTHOR ANITA DIAMANT

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n exciting weekend hosting noted author Anita Diamant is being planned by three local religious organizations. Although this is scheduled for November 2-4, 2012, it is not too early to pick up one of her books (great reading!). Her most notable book “The Red Tent”, celebrating its 15th year in print, became a national best seller, and has been published in 25 countries and 20 languages. It won the 2001 Book Sense Book of the Year Award. Based on the biblical story of Dinah, “The Red Tent” speaks to all people, as it addresses the role of women, their close knit bonds, and how their lives are impacted by a patriarchal mentality. Dinah is only briefly mentioned in the Old Testament, but this novel fills in the spaces and makes for a riveting story of how this heroine’s life may have actually played out in ancient times. Truly a must read for everyone, books will be available in local libraries and are already reappearing on book club lists in libraries, synagogues and churches. Anita Diamant makes her home in the Boston area with her husband and daughter and is a member of Congregation Beth El of the

Sudbury River Valley. She is president and founder of Mayyim Hayyim: Living Waters Community Mikveh and the Paula Brody & Family Education Center, a 21st century institution dedicated to exploring the ancient traditions of immersion. Other novels by the author include her most recent, “Day After Night,” set in 1945, telling the story of four women Holocaust survivors who meet in a British internment camp in Palestine, and befriend one another as they grapple with their new lives in a new land. “Good Harbor” and “The Last Days of Dogtown” round out her list of fiction books. She has also written a series of non-fictional books that have become standard reference guides to contemporary Jewish life. wMs. Diamant has also published articles in the Boston Globe Magazine, Parenting Magazine, Parents, Reform Judaism and Boston Magazine. She can be found online at www. jewishfamily.com, and has a most interesting blog. For more information about Ms. Diamant and her many interests and accomplishments, see www.anitadiamant.com and www.mayyimhayyim.org.

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Sunday, November 4 St. George’s-by-the-River “The Red Tent: A Discussion with the Author” and book signing


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