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  • Three Red Bank Regional High School musicians were selected as members of the 2013 All Shore Symphonic Band. All three, from left, Halle Butler, Carey Neff and Jenna Kowitski, are return members of the band. They performed earlier this month with other top high school musicians from Monmouth and Ocean counties during a March 17 concert at Manalapan High School.

    Three RBR Students Shine at All-Shore Concert

    LITTLE SILVER – Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) was well represented at the 2013 All-Shore Symphonic Band by senior Carey Neff, baritone horn player, junior Halle Butler, flutist, and sophomore Jenna Kowitski, clarinet player.…

  • About Town

    FAIR HAVEN The Garden Club of Fair Haven will meet at noon Wednesday, April 3, at the Youth Center on Fisk Road. The guest for April will be Karen Bussolini, a published photographer and garden writer. Bussolini,…

  • I Feel Pretty …

    By Kathy Miele It was early on a weekend morning when I decided to give myself a day of pampering. Going through the cabinets in my bathroom I found all the products that would make…

  • About Town

    FAIR HAVEN Bird expert and historian Robert DeCandido, Ph.D., will share his knowledge of the “Owls of New York, New Jersey and Long Island” in his program of the same name, to be presented at 8…

  • Twins Kyle J. Morris, left, and Alex J. Morris of Little Silver are now Eagle Scouts.

    About Town

    Little Silver Twins Earn Boy Scouting’s Highest Award LITTLE SILVER –Twins Alex Jayme and Kyle Jayme Morris received Boy Scouting’s highest award at a Court of Honor Ceremony held Sunday, Feb. 10, at the firehouse…

  • Middletown Lions Club President Larry Caminiti, left, presents a check to Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger, center, and Committeeman Tony Fiore for the Middletown Disaster Relief Fund. The money was raised through the Lions’ annual pancake breakfast.

    About Town

    Middletown Lions ‘Roar for the Shore’ with Donation Members of the Middletown Lions Club recently presented a check for $2,000 to officials for the township’s disaster relief fund. The money was the proceeds from the organization’s annual…

  • The Monmouth County Library Commission has acquired a collage, Identity, from the Monmouth County Arts Council. Photographed with the collage are, from left, Library Commission Chair Renee B. Swartz, Freeholder Lillian G. Burry, Monmouth County Arts Council Arts Education Director Sandy Taylor and Janet Kranis, Eastern Branch manager.

    About Town

    County Library Acquires ‘Identity’ Collage from Arts Council   SHREWSBURY – The Monmouth County Library Commission has acquired Identity, an art collage created by teen artists from the Monmouth County Arts Council, to add to the library’s…

  • RB RiverCenter Announces Holiday Hunt, Window Winners

    RED BANK – Red Bank RiverCenter has announced the winners of its two new holiday promotions. During the holiday season the agency expanded its calendar to include a new event, the “We Double Dog Dare You…

  • About Town

    HOLMDEL The Rev. Dan Lanahan, O.F.M. will host a three-day mission “Awakening Our Faith in Challenging Times” beginning Monday, March 11, at St. Catharine’s Church, 108 Middletown Road, Holmdel. All are invited to attend each…

  • Millie Jeter, executive assistant at Lunch Break, left, accepts a check presented by longtime 
volunteer Larry Jackson and his wife Shirley, from Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Holmdel.

    Holmdel Church Donates $1,000 to Lunch Break

    RED BANK – Lunch Break, which last year provided thousands of meals, groceries and clothing to area residents in need, was the recipient of a $1,000 check from Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Holmdel. The…