Archive for the ‘Week of 12/16-12/21 2007’ Category

Cool People for the Week of December 16th-22nd, 2007…

December 16, 2007

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PETE, who recently shared his experience with Seaside Heights 4th graders about watching the Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-120 launch in October .

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Doug Woodfield, of Playday Amusements.

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Ed Long of the SHFD.

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Seaside Heights Councilwoman JoAnn Duszczak, seen putting up her 2007 Christmas display.

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Tony and Chris Vaz.

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Mr. and Mrs. John & Joyce Camera and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny & Lillian Roberts.

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The beautiful Carmela Tompkins, and Louis Urcinole.

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Theo Tassioulas and lady friend Jen.

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Kim Samarelli and Mr. and Mrs. John and Phyllis Camera.

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Senora Ruth Allen.

Warmest Wishes from Seaside Heights Mayor & Council…

December 16, 2007

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The Seaside Heights Mayor & Council wishes everyone the most warmest wishes this holiday season.

Warmest wishes from the Seaside Heights Mayor & Council: Seaside Heights Mayor Ken Hershey and the six Council members: William Akers, Joyce Camera, JoAnn Duszczak, Arline Ottoson, Richard Tompkins and Agnes Polhemus want to extend the warmest wishes to Borough residents, extended friends and visitors this holiday season. The governing body is proud of the beautiful decorations that are now on display along the Boulevard and on the lawn at Borough Hall. Seaside Heights had once been well renowned for its Boulevard display, but after many years, the decorations were weathered, and almost all had to be replaced. A few years back, the council members put out a mandate to the Office of Public Relations for more color on the Boulevard. For each of the last two years, $10,000 has been budgeted for the purpose of new pole decorations. Now that two years have passed, the difference along the Boulevard is dramatic with the 40 4-foot snowflakes that have 1,760 twinkling lights. The project however, is not completed. Current plans are to purchase 34 4-foot candy canes and bells for the center poles on the Boulevard that do not have snowflakes for 2008. Additionally, a top secret, over the top display is planned for next season at the entrance into the Borough at Sumner Avenue.

Station 44 gives awards, swears-in officers…

December 16, 2007

CLICK THE ARROW BELOW TO BE CONNECTED TO A VIDEO NOW PUBLISHED ON youtube.com FEATURING THE STATION 44 AWARDS AND SWEARING-IN OF 2008 OFFICERS…

AWARDS:

Man of The Year: Rich Tompkins

Rookie of the Year: Ann Phillips

Firefighter of the Year: Randy Cabral

Officer of the Year: Lou Urcinole

Rescue of the Year: Aaron Deluca

Officers:

Chief: James Samarelli

1st Assistant Chief: Bill Rumbolo

2nd Assistant Chief: Lou Urcinole

Captain: Pat Canavan

1st Lieutenant: Ken Roberts

2nd Lieutenant: Lou Nardone

3rd: Lieutenant Randy Cabral

President: Tony Vaz

Vice-President: Ed Long

Secretary: Ann Phillips

Treasurer: Guy Mazzanti

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All of the Station 44 officers are sworn-in simultaneously by Seaside Heights Councilwoman Joyce Camera. Many of this year’s officers are also award winners.

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Rich Tompkins is seen accepting his award for “Man of the Year”

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Station 44’s Aaron Deluca, who is active in the U.S. Coast Guard, stationed at Barnegat Light, accepts his award for “Rescue of the Year”.

See Borough Hall Council Room Decorations…

December 16, 2007

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This Christmas tree is on display in the Council Room at the Seaside Heights Borough Hall.

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“Snow” is seen falling from the ceiling, and…

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it has “fallen” into the center of the big round table!

See Berardi family…

December 16, 2007

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The Berardi family of Webster Avenue is seen at local hotspot Klee’s.

See Berardi Family: Recently, our cameras caught up with longtime Webster Avenue residents Rich and Diane Berardi having dinner with their beautiful daughter Cassie. Cassie is the middle Berardi child, coming in between older son Rich, and younger daughter Lizzie. Cassie and Lizzie both worked last summer at Surf Taco in Seaside Park. Although the Seaside Park Surf Taco is closed for the season, Cassie has continued on at the Jackson Surf Taco where she is a cocktail waitress.