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May 11, 2017
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Bill Donnelly
Jun 01, 2017
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Nicole Ruffini- Sloan Kettering
Jun 15, 2017
New Monmouth Location
 
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Spring Lake-Brielle

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Spring Lake Manor
415 Rte 71
Spring Lake Heights, NJ  07762
United States
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SUSAN HOLLIDAY DISCUSSES THE ACTIVITIES OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS AND OUR UPCOMING BLOOK DRIVE.
"LIFE IS A JOURNEY IN WHICH WE ARE ALL TRAVELERS"
 
"NEVER MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE TWICE, THERE ARE SO MANY NEW ONES TO MAKE"
STEVE IS ALWAYS WELCOME AS A SPEAKER AT THE SPRING LAKE-BRIELLE ROTARY CLUB.  HIS PRESENTATIONS ARE EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINING.  STEVE IS THE SECOND GENERATION OWNER AND MANAGER OF BARLOW'S FLOWER FARM AND GARDEN CENTER IN SEA GIRT.  HE HAS A BS DEGREE  IN HORTICULTURE FROM MICHIGAN STATE AND A MASTER OF BUSINESS FROM MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY.  TODAY'S TOPIC WAS ANNUALS.  THEIR ADVANTAGES ARE INSTANT COLOR, CONSTANT FLOWERING UNTIL THEY DIE AND ADDING A DIFFERENT TEXTURE TO GARDENS.  THEY CAN BE GROWN FROM SEEDS OR CUTTINGS WHICH ARE PREFERRED.  ONCE ROOTED, THEY ARE READY TO GO.  KEYS TO SUCCESS ARE: 1- SITE SELECTION (SUN VERSUS SHADE), 2- FEED, FEED, FEED AND WATER, 3- CUT BACK  AND 4-TIMING OF INSTALLATION.  NEW ANNUALS INCLUDE: BEGONIAS MISTRAL SERIES, AGRYRANTHEMUM- WHITE BUTTER, BIDENS, CELOSIA, CRASPEDIA- GOLF BEAUTY, DAHLIA- STAR SISTER, GERANIUM- CALLIOPE SERIES, LOBULARIA- STREAM SERIES AND ANGELONIA.
PAMELA WARD- EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE ALGONQUIN ARTS THEATRE AND BRETT COLBY- INTERIM DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT GAVE A VERY COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY AND DETAILED WORKINGS OF THE ALGONQUIN ARTS THEATRE.  PAM HAS BEEN AN ACTOR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, PLAYWRIGHT AND EDUCATOR.  BRETT HAS BEEN AN SINGER, DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, EMCEE AND PRODUCER.  THE THEATER HAS ACTIVITIES 339 DAYS OUT OF 365.  IT SEATS 540 AND IS VISITED BY 25,000 PATRONS PER YEAR ADDING $2.5 M TO THE LOCAL ECONOMY.  IT STARTED OUT AS A MOVIE HOUSE IN 1938, WENT DARK IN 1973, BOUGHT BY THE DREWS AND MARAZITIS IN 1992 AND BECAME THE ALGONQUIN  NON-PROFIT CORPORATION.  THE BUILDING WAS GREATLY RENOVATED AND EXPANDED AND REOPENED IN 1994 AS A PERFORMING ARTS VENUE.  THE THEATER NOT ONLY PRODUCES GREAT SHOWS AND CONCERTS BUT HAS A YOUTH ENSEMBLE THAT TRAINS YOUNG PEOPLE IN ACTING AND STAGE SUPPORT FOR IN HOUSE SHOWS.
OFFICER BROWN GAVE A GREAT PRESENTATION SPEAKING ABOUT THE RISKS TO OUR YOUNG PEOPLE POSED BY SOCIAL MEDIA.  SHE IDENTIFIED VARIOUS WEBSITES WHICH GIVE PEOPLE ACCESS TO COMMUNICATION WITH STRANGERS ALL OVER THE WORLD.  SHE REVIEWED NUMEROUS CASES OF STALKERS MAKING CONTACT AND THEN DOING GREAT HARM TO THE OTHER PARTY.  OFFICER BROWN EXPLAINED THAT THE WEBSITES CLAIMS OF SELF POLICING ARE VERY WEAK AND REPORTED THAT FACEBOOK ALONE HAS OVER 85 MILLION KNOWN FALSE PROFILES.  SHE URGED ALL ADULTS TO MONITOR OUR YOUNGER FAMILY MEMBERS INTERNET ACTIVITIES.
JOANN AND SEAN BURNEY VISITED TO THANK THE ROTARY FOR THE MATCHING GIFT WHICH WILL IMPROVE THEIR 501-3(c) NON PROFIT FARM ESPECIALLY THE GREENHOUSE AND UPDATE US ON THEIR CURRENT PROGRAMS.  THE FARM WAS ESTABLISHED IN 2013.  THEY GROW ORGANIC PRODUCE TO FUND THEIR PROGRAMS AS WELL AS TEACH SPECIAL NEEDS PEOPLE TO LEARN SKILLS ESPECIALLY AUTISTIC AND DOWNS PEOPLE.  SALES OF THE PRODUCE ALONG WITH FOOD DONATED BY WHOLE FOODS HAS BEEN GIVEN TO FAMILIES FIGHTING CANCER.  WORK WITH ARC OF MONMOUTH GROUP AND FRA GROUPS.  HAVE TEACHING PROGRAMS FOR OTHER CHILDREN AS WELL.
TEACHER OF THE MONTH: HARRY HARVEY
FRESHMAN: DANIELLE LYONS
SOPHOMORE: DYLAN SCOTT
JUNIOR: ARIELLE FALKINBURG
SENIOR: MATILDA MARKS
RICK COPOLLA- PRINCIPAL
JAY BRYANT-STUDENTS OF THE MONTH ADMINISTRATOR
 
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!
JAY BRYANT- STUDENTS OF THE MONTH ADMINISTRATOR
RICK COPOLLA- PRINCIPAL
FRESHMAN: CHARLIE SAWITSKY (not shown)
SOPHOMORE: ALEXA MINTON
JUNIOR: OLIVIA WERTHER
SENIOR: JACK MILES
TEACHER OF THE MONTH- THOMAS GLEN
 
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL
VICTOR VALLONE OF NEGENTROPIC HEALTH SPA AT 1111 ARNOLD AVE, POINT PLEASANT GAVE AN INTERESTING HISTORY OF ATMOSPHERIC COLD PLASMA TREATMENTS AND INFORMED US OF THE AVAILABILITY OF THESE REJUVENATION SESSIONS AT HIS SPA.  THE THERAPHI PROCESS IS A HOLISTIC, NON INVASIVE METHOD INVOLVING TWO COLD PLASMA LAMPS DURING WHICH THE BODY'S CELLS ARE RESTORED TO A HEALTHIER STATE.
KIM GAVE AN EXCELLENT TALK ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND WHAT THE CITIZENS CLIMATE LOBBY IS DOING TO ENCOURAGE A TRANSITION FROM FOSSIL FUELS TO A CLEANER RENEWAL SOURCE OF ENERGY.

RICK COPOLLA- PRINCIPAL
JAY BRYANT- STUDENTS OF THE MONTH ADMINISTRATOR
 
FRESHMAN: CONOR MAWN (not shown)
SOPHOMORE: MADISON PRINGLE
JUNIOR: AVI PELLY
SENIOR: JEFF PETRULLA
 
TEACHER OF THE MONTH- JIM FAGEN
 
MARK MORRO- ROTARY COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN
 
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL
JAY BRYANT- TEACHER OF THE MONTH
 
FRESHMAN: DAPHNE NESNAY
SOPHOMORE: JALEN TYLER
JUNIOR: GABRIELLE POPOVITCH
SENIOR: ALLY JOHNSON
 
JIM COAKLEY- ROTARY CLUB PRESIDENT
 
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL
IN JUNE 2017, JOE MARMORA WILL CELEBRATE 29 YEARS SINCE THE FOUNDING OF INTERFAITH NEIGHBORS IN ASBURY PARK AND NEPTUNE.  HE AND A CONTRACTOR STARTED OUT FIXING UP OLD HOUSES FOR LOW INCOME PEOPLE.  TODAY THEY PROVIDE HOUSING, TRAINING IN THE FOOD SERVICES IN THEIR KULA CAFE AND OTHER PROGRAMS GIVING PEOPLE A HAND UP TO BETTER THEIR LIVES.  CONGRATULATIONS JOE!
 

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With the help of over 45 religious congregations and hundreds of donors, the dedicated staff at Interfaith Neighbors works to meet basic needs, build community, and increase the self-sufficiency of residents of Monmouth County.

 
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