LITTLE SILVER: RELAY PICKS UP ON MAY 19

Press release from Relay for Life of Two Rivers

On the night and morning of May 19-20, the communities of Red Bank, Shrewsbury, Little Silver, Fair Haven, Rumson, Oceanport, Sea Bright, and Monmouth Beach will once again come together in the fight against cancer, when the annual Relay For Life event returns to Red Bank Regional High School for an overnight celebration of hope, progress and answers.

In honor of the ten million Americans who have survived cancer, dedicated teams of friends, families and co-workers raise funds and awareness with Relay For Life events across the United States — and here in the Two Rivers area, neighbors have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society by taking turns walking around the track at RBR, located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver.

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RED BANK: ART BENEFIT HONORS GARMANY

Press release from Belfer Communications

In honor of the late retail fashion legend and community leader Larry Garmany, the store that bears his name teams with one of downtown Red Bank’s most exciting new neighbors— Detour Gallery — for “Fashion Is Art,” a black tie event that celebrates life, fashion and raising awareness for the American Cancer Society.

Hosted on Saturday, May 13 at the gallery on 24 Clay Street on Saturday, the 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. affair will treat guests to a catered cocktail gathering with music, exciting interactive art, and fashion installations in partnership with the gallery’s curated artists. Each featured work of art will be brought to life by models wearing inspired fashions, hair and makeup depicting the mixed media creations.

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LITTLE SILVER: MILESTONE FOR RELAY EVENT

Two Rivers Relay for LifePress release from Red Bank Regional High School

On Friday, May 20, Red Bank Regional High School will be the setting once more, as the school’s Little Silver campus hosts the tenth annual edition of the Two Rivers Relay for Life.

A fun-filled overnight event designed to celebrate survivorship and raise money for research and programs for the American Cancer Society, Relay for Life is a community-driven project that involves students, residents and employees from Red Bank, Shrewsbury, Little Silver, Fair Haven, Rumson, Oceanport, Sea Bright and Monmouth Beach. RBR has hosted the signature fundraising event for the ACS since its inception.

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RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN TALENTS BENEFIT ACS

Mia SourlisRumson-Fair Haven sophomore Mia Sourlis performs “I’m Yours” by Jason Mraz, at the annual RFH Talent Show.

Press release from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School

Nonstop fun and top-notch performances were featured at the annual Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School talent show. The event was held on the evening of April 7, and all proceeds were donated to the American Cancer Society.

While the audience relaxed and enjoyed the entertainment, the judges — including English teacher Stefania Flecca and RFH Music Director Bill Grillo — had a tough decision to make. Choosing first, second, and third place winners from among the eighteen amazing acts was not an easy feat.

First prize was awarded to a group including Paddy Ahimovic and Matt Bavuso for their performance of “Ziggy Stardust” by David Bowie. Katie Person claimed second prize with her dance performance to “Sinner,” and third prize went to Anthony Cinko and Tristan Kilper performing “Nothin’ on You” by B.o.B. and Bruno Mars.

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RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN TEENS GOT TALENT

rfh danceThe Rumson-Fair Haven Regional Dance Troupe claimed First Place — and helped raise over $2,000 for the American Cancer Society — during the 2015 RFH Talent Show.

Press release from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School

The stars shone brightly on the evening of April 9 — and a variety of dancers, singers, musicians, and comedians delighted a packed auditorium — during the 2015  Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School Talent Show.

The 23 acts included solo musical and dance performances, group musical and dance performances, and a group routine based on a Monty Python comedy sketch. The student-musicians covered popular artists such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Alt J, and the Grateful Dead, and presented their own compositions as well.

Proceeds from the show, organized by the Student Government Association (SGA) of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School and presented on the evening of April 9, benefitted the American Cancer Society.

“I think this was the best show yet,” said RFH World Languages Teacher and SGA Advisor Yannell Maglione. “We were also able to raise $2,000 for a wonderful foundation.”

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LITTLE SILVER: RELAYING THE CALL TO ACTION

First_lap--Survivors_and_CaregiversCancer survivors and caregivers walk the first lap of last year’s Relay for Life of the Two Rivers fundraiser, the 2015 edition of which returns to Red Bank Regional this May.

Each year, people from Red Bank, Shrewsbury, Little Silver, Fair Haven, Rumson, Oceanport, Sea Bright and Monmouth Beach take part in The Relay for Life of the Two Rivers — a fun-filled overnight event designed to celebrate survivorship and raise money for research and programs for the American Cancer Society.

The locally based arm of the international Relay For Life effort is seeking community volunteers to help organize and plan its signature event, scheduled to take place in May at Red Bank Regional High School in Little Silver.  All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society to aid the fight against cancer.

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