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On Wednesday, July 23rd from 6 to 10pm the Purr’n Pooch Foundation for Animals will host its 5th annual Summer Gala at Shrewsbury Sailing and Yacht Club, 512 Seawaneka Ave. in Oceanport. The charitable evening will raise lifesaving funds to support the efforts of nonprofit, no-kill animal rescue organizations from across the United States. The evening will feature beautiful sunset views on the Shrewsbury River, live music, 50/50 cash drawings, silent auctions, a delicious menu by the Lusty Lobster, wine and beer by Vic Rallo and 90 + Cellars, decadent desserts, music, dancing and more. Tickets are $100 and are available for purchase at www.purrnpoochfoundation.org. RSVP is requested by July 20, 2014.
The Brick Township Rotary Club will have their 30th annual Bullet Proof Vest Fund Dance at the VFW Post on Adamston Road in Brick on Friday, July 25th from 7 to 11pm, featuring music by The Infernos. For more info, Click for more information, call 732-899-4493 or visit www.BrickRotary.com.
Christ Church in Toms River is hosting an outdoor Benefit Concert for Habitat for Humanity on Saturday, July 26th. Free Admission, live music from noon-7pm with bands, Smoke & Mirrors, Slippery Kool, Ed Sault and more. Food and merchandise vendors, 50/50, Silent Auction.
What: League 75th Anniversary & State Championships
When: July 22-28
Where: Ocean County & Berkeley Little League, Bayville
Who: The best baseball teams in NJ, their friends, families & fans
Those interested in being a part of the championships, may go to berkeleylittleleague.org or email BerkeleyLL@comcast.net for sponsorship information.
The Ocean County Department of Parks and Recreation will be throwing a Beach Ball-A-Palooza on Friday, August 1st for all ages from 5:30-8:30pm at Ocean County Park, 659 Ocean Avenue, Lakewood, Many beachy themed groups will be joining the event. There will be kayaking and canoeing on the lake and live music. The family fun will include games, rides, crafts, water sports and community info. Bring your beach blanket, and wear your tropical shirt and enjoy the party. There is no admission fee. The event is held rain or shine. For more information, call 1-877-OCPARKS or visit www.oceancountyparks.org.
On Saturday, August 2nd, singer/songwriter Phil Wickham is coming to New Jersey to perform two concerts in support of Jersey Shore United. JSU is a non-profit that has been assisting families affected by Hurricane Sandy. Phil Wickham will be performing two concerts at 5:30 and 7:30pm at The Church of Grace and Peace, 1563 Old Freehold Road, Toms River. Tickets are now available through www.philwickham.com/tour.
The Beatlemania Stage Show Concert to benefit Housing and United Services Inc., which works to assist individuals with vision loss and other disabilities, will be on Sunday, August 3rd at the Two River Theater, 21 Bridge Avenue in Red Bank from 3 to 5pm. For tickets contact the Two River Theater box office at www.trtc.org, or by phone at 732-345-1400. Tickets are just $37 for general admission and $55 for premium seating. There will also be a Gift Auction and a 50/50 Raffle.
The Italian American Association of Ocean is holding their 38th annual Italian Festival, August 6th through 10th at Joe Palaia Park in Ocean Twp. Rides, games, food, music.
The Brick Children's Community Theatre presents Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka, August 8th, 9th and 10th at the historic Strand Theatre in Lakewood. $18 adults, $14 seniors, $12 children 12 and under. For tickets, call 732-730-5925 or visit www.bcct.org.
St. Francis of Assisi Parish will once again be hosting the Festival of the Sea Carnival, Wednesday, August 6th through Sunday, August 10th, open nightly (weather permitting) from 6 to 10pm on the St. Francis Parish & Center parking lot located at 4700 Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. Admission is FREE!
Pay one price (P.O.P) and ride all the rides you want - all night long. The Pay One Price ride bracelets cost only $25 Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. On Friday, the POP bracelet is only $20.
There will be delicious carnival food favorites, pizza, seafood, ice cream and much more. You can also take a chance on a nightly 50/50. Drawings will be every hour.
For more information, call 609-494-8813 or visit www.lbicarnival.com.
Lanoka Harbor Vol. Fire Company #61 is having Flea Market & New Merchandise on Saturday, August 16th from 9am to 4pm. For more info, please call bill at 609-312-8710 or 609-693-3602.
Lakewood Historical Society and the Lakewood Heritage Commission are holding the first "Sheldon Wolpin Memorial Car Show" Fundraiser on Sunday, August 17th from 2 to 6pm at the Clarence Brown Pavilion, Pine Park, (near the Lakewood Country Club), West County Line Road, Lakewood.
The pre-registration car entrance fee is $12 and $15 the day of the event. The car show lineup will begin at 1pm. The proceeds of the car show will benefit the renovations of Kuser Hall, the home of the Sheldon Wolpin Lakewood Heritage Museum, 500 Country Club Drive, Lakewood Pine Park, Lakewood.
Attendees can also enjoy music by the "Oldies Maven" Jimmy Givens, the "Dr. of Musicology"; a display by the Ocean County Society of Model Railroaders; a P. B. A. Local #71 special full-sized charter bus, through Classic Tours, in memory of fallen police officers, and Local #71's S.W.A.T. (Special Weapons and Tactics) vehicle. P. B. A. members will be selling hot dogs and hamburgers to raise money for their organization.
Registration checks should be made payable to the Lakewood Historical Society, 245 Martine Way Lakewood, NJ 08701. Be sure to include year, make, and model of the car. To register or for more information, contact Jimmy Givens, chairman of fundraising committee for the Lakewood Historical Society, at jimmygivens.com or call the special cruiser hotline at 732-770-7245.
The rain date is Sunday, August 24.
The Lakewood Historical Society is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization. Visit lakewoodnjhistoricalsociety.org. Donations are always welcome.
The rumble of tanks. The smell of canon fire. The booming commands of a Drill Instructor. The National Museum of the Marine Corps doesn’t just describe the first 200 years of Marine Corps history, it recreates them. Now we must complete this national tribute by adding the stories of Marines from 1975 to today. Support our mission. Help our grateful nation honor those who served from Beirut to Afghanistan. To learn more, visit MarineHeritage.org.
Wall Cares, Inc., in conjunction with friends of lifelong Police Officer and former Manasquan Police Chief Daniel Scimeca, is planning a benefit to help defray expenses for Danny and others who have been diagnosed with ALS, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, a.k.a. Lou Gehrig’s Disease. The event will take place on Saturday, September 13th at Leggett’s Sand Bar, 217 First Ave., Manasquan from 5 to 9pm. Call Mary Woelfer at 732-674-5651 for info.
Morning Star Presbyterian Church will be hosting their 5th annual Canine Carnival on Sunday, October 12th from noon to 4pm on the church grounds. People from surrounding communities will be there to participate with their dogs in a variety of fun and educational events. The money raised will help support many ministries. For more info or to pre-register, visit www.morningstarchurch.org.
Cell Phones for Soldiers are being collected by Nancy Seibert, along with the Berkeley Twp. Regular Republican Club “Support the Troops Project."
They collect any phone in any condition and send them to a recycler for free 60-minute calling cards for our troops serving overseas.
If you have an old cell phone to donate, or have a soldier serving overseas and would like to send them free calling cards, call Nancy at 732-232-5410.
The Animal Rescue Site helps fund food and care for rescued animals. Your daily click on their website helps their sponsors pay for food and care. 100% of sponsor money goes to charity. Each click will gave the value of .6 bowls of food for rescued animals. Shop their online store and give more. Please visit The Animal Rescue Site at www.theanimalrescuesite.com.
Petfinder is an online, searchable database of animals who need homes. It is also a directory of more than 13,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Organizations maintain their own home pages and available-pet databases. From the comfort of their personal computers, pet lovers can search for a pet that best matches their needs. They can then reference a shelter's Web page and discover what services it offers. Petfinder also includes classified ads, discussion forums and a library of animal welfare articles. Petfinder is made up of animal-care professionals and regular people volunteering for their local animal welfare organizations all working together to maintain active and accurate homeless pet lists. You can find Petfinder at http://www.petfinder.com or email email@example.com.
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