Saturday, October 21, 2017

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County Planning Board Recognized for Master Plan

The Monmouth County Planning Board was recently honored by the New Jersey Planning Officials (NJPO) at their B. Budd Chavooshian Memorial Conference & Awards Banquet ceremony with a 2017 Achievement in Planning Award for the 2016 Monmouth County Master Plan.   “The countywide Master Plan focuses on redevelopment, revitalization and rediscovery of communities throughout the County,” said Freeholder Director Lillian G. Burry, liaison to the […]

5 CBA Grads Named National AP Scholars

Christian Brothers Academy is proud to announce that five members of the Class of 2017 were recognized as National AP scholars.  This is an honor granted to the top performers in the nation in the AP program; recipients must receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams taken and must receive scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of […]

Christian Brothers Academy Names New Director of Marketing & Communications

Christian Brothers Academy has named Mr. Jason Lutz, a member of CBA’s Class of 2011, as its new Director of Marketing & Communications. Formerly CBA’s Associate Director of Development, Lutz has played an integral part in helping CBA take its marketing and alumni engagement to the next level. His contributions include managing the Class Representatives program at CBA, helping expand the Academy’s social media offerings, […]

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Second Annual Benefit for Bayshore Oktoberfest Celebration

Event to benefit expanding hospital emergency services There was nothing unlucky at all about Friday the 13th, especially if you were one of the lucky 300 plus people who attended the Hackensack Meridian Health Bayshore Medical Center Foundation’s second annual Benefit for Bayshore Oktoberfest Community Celebration. The giant tent transformed the parking lot of the hospital into a harvest hotspot. Now to explain, the parking […]

Bring Joy to the World With Sylvia’s Children

The Holmdel-based nonprofit organization Sylvia’s Children is asking area residents and businesses to help bring joy to 1,000 children of Uganda for the upcoming Christmas season. Donations are needed to provide every girl a new dress and every boy a new shirt. In addition, the children will each receive a goody bag filled with beads, sweets, stickers, crayons, pencils, kazoos, and sunglasses. In most instances, […]

Join The Journal in Supporting Our Veterans With Pets For Vets Make a Difference

Our readers may recall that last year around this time, The Journal launched a charitable initiative called Nets Make a Difference to benefit the local organization 180 Turning Lives Around. We placed special “nets” at various locations around the community and invited people to drop off donated items in those nets that would go to the annual holiday boutique offered to 180’s clients. The project […]

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