Red Bank Regional principal Risa Clay was honored by the Pilgrim Baptist Church’s Commemorative Celebration Committee with its Community Leadership Award, on Martin Luther King Day.
Press release from Red Bank Regional High School
Risa Clay, principal of Red Bank Regional High School, was honored on January 19 by the Pilgrim Baptist Church Commemorative Celebration Committee with its Community Leadership Award, during its annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Community Commemorative Celebration.
The event, which also honored Linda Ambis of The Community YMCA, featured the participation of religious leaders from Monmouth Reform Temple and several other area church congregations, in addition to Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna and Police Chief Darren McConnell. Reverend Bernadette Glover from St Paul Baptist Church in Montclair was the event’s special guest speaker, and the Red Bank Regional High School Choir performed throughout the three-hour event along with other area youth groups.
Red Bank’s Community YMCA Health and Wellness Center on Maple Avenue hosts an Open House event on January 10, part of a statewide initiative to promote positive personal change and good health.
Press release from The Community YMCA
It seems nearly everyone has a “New Year’s resolution,” but statistics indicate that less than a quarter of these resolutions are kept.
Creating personal change takes effort, and support. To encourage individuals and families to make their resolutions a reality, YMCAs across the state have come together to host an Open House event at their local facilities on January 10 — including the Health and Wellness Center of the Red Bank-based Community YMCA.
Families and individuals of all ages are invited to the January 10 event, going on between 9 am and 3 pm. Tours of the facility will be available, and for those who decide to sign up for a membership during the open house, the Y is offering the month of January for free.