Board Meeting-Friday June 1, 2018 at 9:30AM
General Meeting-Wednesday, May 9 at 1:00PM. Note: the change in date and time.
We are pleased to announce that we will by hosting bestselling author Mary Higgins Clark. She will be talking about and signing her new book “I’ve Got my Eyes on You”. Come and hear her. This presentation is open to all residents.
Upcoming: Sunset Dessert – Thursday, June 10 6-9 PM – Tickets $15 – On sale at our May 9th meeting and also Thursday, May 16 from 10am to 12pm.
If you want a copy signed, you can pre order at Book Town in Manasquan. However it must be done at least 2 weeks before the May 9th meeting. Call the store if you have any questions (732) 722 7255.
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April: An informative discussion on Alzheimer’s disease given by Mary Ann Ross, a certified gerontologist social worker.
February: “Greening the Garden State was presented by Laura Brinkerhoff, a resident of our community and President and CEO of Brinkerhoff Environmental Services Inc. It was a very interesting program on projects and efforts to preserve open space in NJ.
January: All attending thoroughly enjoyed the camaraderie and delicious food at our “2nd annual Barbara Libecci Soup Luncheon”. A success indeed.
December: Our very own “Antiques Road Show”, presented by Rose O’Connor Myer and Christian Myer of the Shore Antique Center in Allenhurst. Our members brought lots of items to be evaluated and it was great fun to see them, hear their history and potential worth.
November: Our program, the “Neat Method”. was presented by Jersey born Erika Downes and Jennifer Ferriso, who shared tips on how we can create a clutter-free home.
October: Raconteur Radio presented a grand trip through old time radio with their rendition of the classic SORRY, WRONG NUMBER and the childhood memories of radio shows it evoked.
September: Mr. John E. Belding, the Borough of Brielle historian discussed the founding of the Borough of Brielle and shared information on the surrounding areas and the growth of the seashore. He displayed many interesting pictures showing us what the area looked like in days gone by.