Archive for the ‘Week of 3/9-3/15 ’08’ Category

Cool People for the week of 3/9-3/15 2008…

March 8, 2008

HOSTESS WITH THE MOSTEST…”Aunt Jackie” LaCarpentier, hostess at Hemingway’s.

Angie Lombardi.

Anthony Girgis, now working at AXA.

Bob Cook, Seaside Heights Borough Electrician.

Bill White from the White Pearl Hotel and Joe Loundy, from Surf/Seaside Liquors.

Seaside Heights Property Owners Arthur Fierro, Lynn Wonzey, and Karen Majewski, at a recent meeting.

Frank Sommerer.

Phil Slaggert, from the Pennsylvania Ride Safety seminar, a big fan of Pete’s Haunted Castle fire documentary.

Sacelia Orsini, daughter of Maria Meredith, Talky Blog Camerawoman.

Okan, halfway to Band Camp.

See Seaside Heights Easter Yard Art…

March 8, 2008

A yard art panel featuring, It’s The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown is now on display on the lawn of the Seaside Heights Borough Hall.

Views of the Seaside Heights Yard Art Easter Display at night.

Seaside Heights supports Read Across America…

March 8, 2008

Seaside Heights supports Read Across America: Monday March 3rd was Read Across America day. The annual day celebrates the birthday of the late children’s author Dr. Seuss, and highlights literacy. The Hugh J. Boyd Jr. Elementary School in Seaside Heights has been a longtime participant in the program, since its beginning. Many prominent citizens were asked to read aloud to local school children this day. Reading from the Borough were Councilwoman Joann Duszczak and Peter Smith, Director of Public Relations, who is also the Seaside Heights School Board Vice-President.

READ ACROSS AMERICA IN SEASIDE HEIGHTS: Reading from the Borough were Councilwoman Joann Duszczak and Peter Smith, Director of Public Relations, Seaside Heights School Board Vice-President AND webmaster.

Seaside-area Senior Citizens see Seussical at Central Regional…

March 8, 2008

Central Regional students (above) are seen welcoming local senior citizens to the Bayville campus. Seaside-area Senior Citizens, in a group led by Isabella Deluca (bottom right), had a wonderful time enjoying a dinner and a showing of ‘Seussical’ at Central Regional, Wednesday March 5th.

Seaside-area Senior Citizens see Seussical at Central Regional: Seaside Heights and Seaside Park seniors had nothing but praise for Central Regional students and staff following the March 5th dinner and a show. The two communities have a joint senior citizen club, and look forward every year to the event at the CR district, which educates both towns 7th-12th grade students. The group is led by Isabella Deluca, who helped organize the trip with the assistance of staff from the Seaside Heights Office of Public Relations and Department of Public Works. For the last four years CR has been putting on a spaghetti dinner for district senior citizens followed by a preview of the school’s performing arts production, which this year is ‘Seussical’. Isabella says she particularly wants to thank barrier island CR School Board members Fran Little, who represents Seaside Heights, and Gail Coleman, who represents Seaside Park, as both women made sure the seniors were allotted tickets to the event this year. Isabella also commented on the delicious food served during the dinner, especially the salads, which were all donated by Gail Coleman and her 3C’s Restaurant in Seaside Park.

Berkeley Striper Club Flea Market held at Boyd School…

March 8, 2008

Berkeley Striper Club Flea Market held at Boyd School: A packed gymnasium at the Hugh J. Boyd School in Seaside Heights was the site of the annual Berkeley Striper Club’s Flea Market on Sunday March 2nd. The event is in its second year at the current location. Fishing items and gear of all types were available at the show, many from local vendors. One of these vendors was Betty & Nick’s Bait and Tackle Shop of Seaside Park. Owner John Bushell was seen manning the Betty & Nick’s table, with Seaside Heights local and avid fisherman John Maltese.

Betty & Nick’s Bait & Tackle shop owner John Bushell was seen manning his table, with Seaside Heights local and avid fisherman John Maltese at the Berkeley Striper Club Fishing Flea Market, held at the Hugh J. Boyd School, Sunday March 2nd.