Forked River Gazette http://www.forkedrivergazette.com Forked River Gazette Thu, 14 Dec 2017 08:51:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/cropped-Forked-River-Gazette-Logo-32x32.png Forked River Gazette http://www.forkedrivergazette.com 32 32 Barnegat Library to Offer Holiday Choir Performance http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/barnegat-library-offer-holiday-choir-performance-2/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/barnegat-library-offer-holiday-choir-performance-2/#respond Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:14:49 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34272 If music gets you into the spirit of the holiday season, then don’t miss this free holiday concert, “Barnegat High School Holiday Choir Performance” from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, December 21. Hosted by the Ocean County Library’s Barnegat Branch, 112 Burr Street. The award winning Barnegat High School Select Choir will perform a … Continue reading Barnegat Library to Offer Holiday Choir Performance

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If music gets you into the spirit of the holiday season, then don’t miss this free holiday concert, “Barnegat High School Holiday Choir Performance” from

7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, December 21. Hosted by the Ocean County Library’s Barnegat Branch, 112 Burr Street.

The award winning Barnegat High School Select Choir will perform a delightful arrangement of traditional holiday carols, under the direction of Ms. Natalie Pinto-Altonjy and will showcase some of the area’s finest young voices.

All ages are welcome to attend the free program, but registration is required. To register call the Barnegat Branch at 609-698-3331 or visit theoceancountylibrary.org

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Tuckerton Ye Olde Christmas http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/tuckerton-ye-olde-christmas/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/tuckerton-ye-olde-christmas/#respond Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:11:47 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34269 Tuckerton Seaport’s Gift Shop and Lighthouse will be open Saturday, December 16th with 4pm to  8pm as part of Ye Olde Christmas in Tuckerton! Visit us for: Complimentary Make and Take Crafts for the kids Tuckerton Library will be giving out books! Holiday Shopping! (Bonus gift included with each purchase of $20 or more.  Limit … Continue reading Tuckerton Ye Olde Christmas

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Tuckerton Seaport’s Gift Shop and Lighthouse will be open Saturday, December 16th with 4pm to  8pm as part of Ye Olde Christmas in Tuckerton!

Visit us for:
  • Complimentary Make and Take Crafts for the kids
  • Tuckerton Library will be giving out books!
  • Holiday Shopping! (Bonus gift included with each purchase of $20 or more.  Limit one per person, while supplies last.)
  • Musical Entertainment
  • Tea and Cookies
  • Festival of Trees in the Lighthouse
Free gift with purchase of $20 or more in the gift shop

The Union Market & Gallery will also be open.

Tuckerton Seaport & Baymens’s Museum | 120 W. Main Street, Tuckerton, NJ 08087
phone: 609-296-8868

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Stockton University Coastal Research Center Reports on 30 Years of NJ Shoreline Change http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/stockton-university-coastal-research-center-reports-30-years-nj-shoreline-change/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/stockton-university-coastal-research-center-reports-30-years-nj-shoreline-change/#respond Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:04:33 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34266 The Stockton University Coastal Research Center, located in Port Republic, N.J., has published a 30-year report on shoreline change in New Jersey to provide science-based guidance for future management decisions. Since 1986, the Coastal Research Center has monitored 107 New Jersey beach profile sites, including the Raritan and Delaware Bays, with at least one site … Continue reading Stockton University Coastal Research Center Reports on 30 Years of NJ Shoreline Change

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The Stockton University Coastal Research Center, located in Port Republic, N.J., has published a 30-year report on shoreline change in New Jersey to provide science-based guidance for future management decisions.

Since 1986, the Coastal Research Center has monitored 107 New Jersey beach profile sites, including the Raritan and Delaware Bays, with at least one site in each oceanfront municipality. Biannual surveys in the fall and spring document shoreline position and sand volume to help identify areas with potential erosion problems, to inform policy decisions that will protect beaches and reduce risks to developed regions, and to assess storm impacts.

The 30-year retrospective report analyzes each beach profile site to determine trends and patterns of change, and takes a broad perspective to identify natural events and human efforts that may have altered overall trends in the data collected.

The report is organized by county (Atlantic, Ocean, Cape May and Monmouth) and is accessible online at the Stockton University Coastal Research Center website.

Stewart Farrell, director of the Coastal Research Center, said, “When northern Ocean County beach replenishment is complete next year, all 97 miles of the New Jersey developed shoreline will be under U.S. Army Corps management with shore protection projects. The Wildwoods remain under a feasibility study leading to a project eventually.”

The most resilient beaches have a few commonalities. “Wide, dry beach width plus a decent, continuous elevation dune was the most effective means to avoid or reduce Hurricane Sandy damage from the wave attack,” explained Farrell.

New Jersey is considered the most developed and densely populated shoreline in the country, but out of the 130-mile stretch between Sandy Hook and Cape May Point, there are 31.2 miles of undeveloped shoreline.

The New Jersey Beach Profile Network project was established by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the Coastal Research Center following Hurricane Gloria with the mission to document storm damage and seasonal changes.

_ reported by Susan Allen

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Bay Atlantic Symphony to Feature Bach and Mendelssohn at Stockton Performing Arts Center, Jan. 21 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/bay-atlantic-symphony-feature-bach-mendelssohn-stockton-performing-arts-center-jan-21/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/bay-atlantic-symphony-feature-bach-mendelssohn-stockton-performing-arts-center-jan-21/#respond Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:00:59 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34263 The Bay Atlantic Symphony will perform selections by Bach and Mendelssohn at the Stockton Performing Arts Center at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 21. A “Conversation with the Conductor” will be held in the L-Wing Art Gallery at 1:00 p.m. Violinist Kai Gleusteen has been a BAS favorite for years and will be joined by pianist Catherine Ordronneau. … Continue reading Bay Atlantic Symphony to Feature Bach and Mendelssohn at Stockton Performing Arts Center, Jan. 21

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The Bay Atlantic Symphony will perform selections by Bach and Mendelssohn at the Stockton Performing Arts Center at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 21.

A “Conversation with the Conductor” will be held in the L-Wing Art Gallery at 1:00 p.m.

Violinist Kai Gleusteen has been a BAS favorite for years and will be joined by pianist Catherine Ordronneau. This husband/wife duo will be featured individually and then together in this romping double concerto.

Bach—Concerto in F minor

Catherine Ordronneau, piano

Bach —Concerto in E major

Kai Gleusteen, violin

Mendelssohn—Double Concerto

Kai Gleusteenviolin

Catherine Ordronneaupiano

Tickets are $33 and may be ordered online at www.stockton.edu/pac or by calling the Box Office at 609-652-9000. The Box Office is open Monday- Friday from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. and 90 minutes before each performance.

This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.

For patrons with special needs, the theater offers wheelchair accessible seating, large type programs and listening assistive devices. Please identify any needs you may have when making a reservation.

The Stockton Performing Arts Center, the Jersey Shore’s Center for the Arts, is located on the campus of Stockton University, on Jimmie Leeds Road in Galloway. Just 12 miles west of Atlantic City, the Center is easily accessible from the Garden State Parkway and the Atlantic City Expressway.

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Pine Shore Art Association Holiday Art Boxes for Kids http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/pine-shore-art-association-holiday-art-boxes-kids/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/pine-shore-art-association-holiday-art-boxes-kids/#respond Wed, 13 Dec 2017 12:59:08 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34259 Members of Pine Shores Art Association created Art Boxes to be distributed through several Ocean County churches and organizations who gather holiday gifts for community families. The Art Boxes will go to children in need who put art supplies on their holiday wish list. Each Art Box includes Crayola crayons and colored pencils, washable markers, … Continue reading Pine Shore Art Association Holiday Art Boxes for Kids

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Members of Pine Shores Art Association created Art Boxes to be distributed through several Ocean County churches and organizations who gather holiday gifts for community families. The Art Boxes will go to children in need who put art supplies on their holiday wish list. Each Art Box includes Crayola crayons and colored pencils, washable markers, Elmer’s school glue sticks, kids’ safety scissors, 12” ruler, #2 pencils and sharpener, drawing paper, watercolor paper, paint and brushes, and a coloring book. These durable art materials will last for an extensive period of time. The boxes and supplies were donated by individual member artists, and on December 6, the PSAA Board of Directors filled 23 Holiday Art Boxes, providing a storage place for art supplies that is also a forever box for collected art work.  The goal is to bring holiday happiness to aspiring young artists, and to encourage them to use these tools often, so they will see that with practice, their talents will grow.  Inspiration and creativity benefit greatly from encouragement.  The box lids are personalized with the child’s name over the phrase “Enjoy! Be Creative! Have Fun!” 

Pine Shores’ Vice President Nancy Edwards developed the project several years ago when still living in northern New Jersey.  Her company Creative Art Spaces strives to encourage community art projects with the message that art belongs to people of every age and circumstance. When presenting the Art Box suggestion to the Pine Shores board, she said, “The goal is to help foster art in homes for children in need and have them share the same joy that art brings our members.” A photo of the box-filling session is attached, along with a photo of the box’s contents.

Pine Shores Art Association provides year-round art classes in every drawing and painting medium, plus quarterly art history lectures and monthly art exhibits for Ocean County residents of all ages.  The list of available classes keeps growing.  In 2018, new weekend and evening classes have been added to the list of well over 100 affordable annual classes offered by established teachers.  For more information on classes, art shows, and other art opportunities offered visit www.pineshoresartassociation.org.

For more details about the Art Box project, contact nancy.edwards@comcast.net, or call Nancy at 908-458-1468.

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Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Committee’s Statement on Federal Tax Reform http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/greater-toms-river-chamber-commerce-economic-development-committees-statement-federal-tax-reform/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/greater-toms-river-chamber-commerce-economic-development-committees-statement-federal-tax-reform/#respond Wed, 13 Dec 2017 12:57:08 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34257 If you are following the news in recent weeks, there is no doubt that you have heard details outlining the pending tax reform legislation. The Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce business community supports tax reform, but we cannot support the proposed legislation in its current form. While the proposal may result in a net … Continue reading Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Committee’s Statement on Federal Tax Reform

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If you are following the news in recent weeks, there is no doubt that you have heard details outlining the pending tax reform legislation.

The Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce business community supports tax reform, but we cannot support the proposed legislation in its current form.

While the proposal may result in a net positive for the Country, that would not be the case at the State-level for people of New Jersey.

Some of the direct downsides of the proposed legislation include the elimination of state and local tax deductions and limiting the property tax deduction to $10,000 (per the House GOP proposal – the Senate is looking for a plan that eliminates credits and deductions altogether).  Additionally, there are various business industries that would, specifically, be harmed by the proposed legislation including the healthcare and higher education sectors.

One of the largest, indirect, downsides of the proposed legislation is the continued, and potentially increased, outmigration that we are seeing Outmigration results in the loss of jobs, economic activity, labor income, and household income.  Already staggering statistics put New Jersey near the top of the list for the highest, domestic, outmigration in the United States year after year.

We support new jobs, developing a skilled workforce, and lowering the tax burden.  Seeing too many obstacles for the people of New Jersey to financially overcome with the proposed legislation, we cannot support it in its current form, and look forward to resolutions that will ensure that New Jersey is affordable and competitive moving forward.

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Ocean of Love & PODC chosen in lieu of Christmas Gifts http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/ocean-love-podc-chosen-lieu-christmas-gifts/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/ocean-love-podc-chosen-lieu-christmas-gifts/#respond Tue, 12 Dec 2017 13:43:40 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34253 Do you have dusty holiday fruit baskets? What do you do with left over fruit cake? Cookies & fruit baskets are appreciated, but sometimes can be excessive. In lieu of sending food baskets to offices in the area, Dr. Elisa Velazquez of Ocean Pediatric Dental Associates has chosen to donate to charities in the names … Continue reading Ocean of Love & PODC chosen in lieu of Christmas Gifts

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Do you have dusty holiday fruit baskets? What do you do with left over fruit cake? Cookies & fruit baskets are appreciated, but sometimes can be excessive. In lieu of sending food baskets to offices in the area, Dr. Elisa Velazquez of Ocean Pediatric Dental Associates has chosen to donate to charities in the names of local dentists and doctors, choosing two local charities and invites you to do the same. “These organizations work directly with families in Ocean County and make a huge impact in the community” says Dr.Elisa. A check in the amount of $1,000 was given to each organization and we are asking everyone to consider one of these charities as well.

 
Ocean of Love is a charitable organization helping children with cancer and their families. Their purpose is to assist children through their illness so they may experience the joys of childhood. Ocean Pediatric Dental has worked with a lot of special needs children including children with cancer. “Most kids that have cancer have such compromised immune systems that a cavity can be a major problem. We have to take care of every aspect of their health so when you’re about to start treatment you have to be cleared with a dental exam and be medically cleared,”Velazquez explained. “I found out about Ocean of Love from a patient and I like organizations where I know the money is staying local and taking care of families in my community.”
 

“After fifteen years I’ve seen a rise of autistic patients and it became a passion of mine to learn as much as I can. It’s not formally taught in dental school so a lot of it was hands on training and learning from their parents and teachers and putting all those skills together to help patients with Autism feel comfortable when the come to the office.”

Velazquez created a program that is free and meets once a month, DOPAC (Dental Orientation for Parents and Autistic Children), that teaches the kids and parents some dental and hygiene skills to help these kids daily at home and to desensitize them for future cleanings. Instead of coming twice a year for a cleaning they now can come once a month so it becomes repetition and common for them. “Many parents are afraid that they kids won’t stay in the chair so they feel it will be a waste of time and money so I wanted to remove that burden,” said Velazquez. During this open house in our office they are around likeminded parents and children and can relax and just spend time with one another and getting comfortable with the office. Velazquez is the Dentist for Children’s Specialized Hospital in Toms River and that’s how she heard about POAC- Autism Services. POAC is an organization that benefits children living in Ocean County. The mission is to improve the lives of children and adults with autism by providing scientifically based training to parents, teachers, and other direct service providers.
 
We have chosen these two organizations that make a positive impact in our community and want to donate to them to help bring Holiday Cheer to the families these organizations help. We invite all of you to find an organization that makes a difference and do the same this Holiday Season.
 
For more information please visit:
Ocean of Love www.oceanoflove.org
Ocean Pediatric Dental www.oceanpediatricdental.com or you can call TOMS RIVER: 732-473-1123 – OR – MANAHAWKIN: 609-597-9195

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The Hearst Foundation, Inc. Awards RWJBarnabas Health Facilities $100k Grant for Nursing Simulation Equipment http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/hearst-foundation-inc-awards-rwjbarnabas-health-facilities-100k-grant-nursing-simulation-equipment/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/hearst-foundation-inc-awards-rwjbarnabas-health-facilities-100k-grant-nursing-simulation-equipment/#respond Tue, 12 Dec 2017 13:36:19 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34251 The Hearst Foundation, Inc. has awarded RWJBarnabas Health a grant for $100,000 to expand its mobile simulation training program at the system’s RWJ University Hospital (RWJUH) Hamilton and Community Medical Center campuses. The grant will be used to purchase high-fidelity simulation manikins to be utilized for training medical personnel at both facilities. A manikin is … Continue reading The Hearst Foundation, Inc. Awards RWJBarnabas Health Facilities $100k Grant for Nursing Simulation Equipment

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The Hearst Foundation, Inc. has awarded RWJBarnabas Health a grant for $100,000 to expand its mobile simulation training program at the system’s RWJ University Hospital (RWJUH) Hamilton and Community Medical Center campuses. The grant will be used to purchase high-fidelity simulation manikins to be utilized for training medical personnel at both facilities.

A manikin is a patient simulator that safely allows for the training of clinical skills and behavioral communication in a professional healthcare setting. High-fidelity manikins can express vital signs and relevant physical signs and symptoms. They help train staff and maintain competency on rapidly changing situations such as cardiac/respiratory arrests or allergic reactions.

Funding from the Hearst Foundation will enable RWJBarnabas Health to purchase both a “Sim Nursing Anne” and a “Sim Resusci Anne QPCR AED” for each campus. The Sim Nursing Anne is a manikin designed for scenario-based training ranging from the care and management of basic patient handling skills to advanced nursing skills. Sim Resusci Anne QCPR is an adult CPR training manikin now improved for multiple feedback options that provide opportunity to focus on learner competency.

“We are very grateful to the Hearst Foundation for their commitment to supporting innovation in healthcare,” said Lori Colineri, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, Chief Nursing Officer, Southern RegionRWJBarnabas Health. “This generous grant will help our care providers to further develop and refine their skills. More importantly, the benefit of the manikins will be realized by the patients and families who seek care at these RWJBarnabas Health facilities.”

Both RWJUH Hamilton and Community Medical Center serve an older patient population and both provide services that revolve around meeting the specific healthcare needs of that particular demographic. The new high-fidelity manikins will tailor simulations to more precisely replicate what the nurses in a particular unit encounter and promote the full and active participation of all those who normally constitute the actual clinical team.

The expertise of our providers and our ability to train others in the region is of paramount importance as we continue to advance and grow as a leading healthcare system,” said Glenn Miller, Chief Development Officer, RWJBarnabas Health. “The Hearst Foundation’s generous grant will help us to continuously improve the quality of care we provide.”

The Hearst Foundation, Inc. was founded by William Randolph Hearst in 1945. In 1948, Hearst established the California Charities Foundation, later renamed The William Randolph Hearst Foundation. Both Foundations are guided by the same charitable mission. The Hearst Foundations are national philanthropic resources for organizations working in the fields of culture, education, health and social services.

 

About RWJBarnabas Health

RWJBarnabas Health is the largest, most comprehensive health care system in New Jersey, with a service area covering nine counties with five million people. The system includes eleven acute care hospitals – Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville, Community Medical Center in Toms River, Jersey City Medical Center in Jersey City, Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus in Lakewood, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, RWJUH  in New Brunswick, RWJUH  Somerset in Somerville, RWJUH  Hamilton, RWJUH Rahway and Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston; three acute care children’s hospitals and a leading pediatric rehabilitation hospital with a network of outpatient centers (Children’s Specialized Hospital) with its multiple outpatient centers, a freestanding 100-bed behavioral health center, two trauma centers, a satellite emergency department, ambulatory care centers, geriatric centers, the state’s largest behavioral health network, comprehensive home care and hospice programs, fitness and wellness centers, retail pharmacy services, a medical group, multi-site imaging centers and two accountable care organizations.

RWJBarnabas Health is New Jersey’s largest private employer – with more than 33,000 employees, 9,000 physicians and 1,000 residents and interns – and routinely captures national awards for outstanding quality and safety. RWJBarnabas Health recently announced a partnership with Rutgers University to create New Jersey’s largest academic health care system.   The collaboration will align RWJBarnabas Health with Rutgers’ education, research and clinical activities, including those at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care.

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Special Needs Christmas Party http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/special-needs-christmas-party/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/special-needs-christmas-party/#respond Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:29:42 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34245 On Dec 9 2017,  Manahawkin Elks Lodge #2340 held their annual  Special Needs Christmas Party at the Lodge. Santa and his helpers joined the fun and festivities to spread good cheer to everyone.   Music, food and presents galore brought happy faces to our guests and volunteers and good times were had by all.

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On Dec 9 2017,  Manahawkin Elks Lodge #2340
held their annual  Special Needs Christmas Party at the Lodge.
Santa and his helpers joined the fun and festivities to spread good cheer to everyone.   Music, food and presents galore brought happy faces to our guests and volunteers and good times were had by all.

Santa and special needs ambassador Carlie Evans
Santa and his elves
Carlie and Special needs chair Kathy

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Elks, Veterans Helping other Veterans http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/elks-veterans-helping-veterans/ http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/elks-veterans-helping-veterans/#respond Mon, 11 Dec 2017 13:53:32 +0000 http://www.forkedrivergazette.com/?p=34232 On Saturday 12/16/17, Manahawkin Elks Lodge #2340 will be packing 50 back packs for homeless vets at 10 am. Assisting will be our Antlers (Jr. Elks),  ROTC, the Mayor and City Council,  Stafford Township PD and Elks veterans. Lunch will be served.

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On Saturday 12/16/17, Manahawkin Elks Lodge #2340 will be packing 50 back packs for homeless vets at 10 am.
Assisting will be our Antlers (Jr. Elks),  ROTC, the Mayor and City Council,  Stafford Township PD and Elks veterans.
Lunch will be served.

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