RED BANK: AN ARTY START TO RECOVERY

Press release from Frame to Please

Art of RecoveryAs a keynote to Mental Health Awareness Week in early October, members of nonprofit organization Shore House will display their artistic talents at an “Art of Recovery” exhibit presented by Art from the Heart, the charitable endeavor established by the owners of Frame to Please.

Hosted at the gallery space inside the Galleria building (2 Bridge Avenue, corner of West Front Street) the exhibit opens with a public-welcome reception on Sunday, October 2 from 12 to 3 p.m., and remains on display through the end of January 2017.

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RUMSON: A BEACON ON THE SHORE

Shore House copyLeft to right: Shore House board members Dr. Lou Storey and Hank Sandlass are pictured with board president Susan Sandlass and Dr. Stephen Theccanat, as the locally based community resource prepares for its Beacon of Hope fundraiser this Sunday, May 22.

Press release from Shore House

The locally based community resource Shore House celebrates five years of building hope for people living with mental illness, during a Beacon of Hope fundraising event on Sunday, May 22.

Scheduled for 5:30 p.m., and hosted in the Riverhouse at Rumson Country Club, the event will honor Susan and David Fowler, as well as The Two River Community Bank, in recognition of their support and dedication to Shore House’s mission since its inception. The program will include cocktails by the river, in addition to a live auction featuring opportunities to support Shore House through purchasing wonderful vacation packages, unique tours and events.

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RED BANK ZONERS NIX TRAINING OFFICE

Shore House consultant Pauline Nicholls, board president Susan Sandlass and attorney Phillip San Filippo at the zoning board hearing. (Photo by Sarah Klepner. Click to enlarge)

By SARAH KLEPNER

Red Bank officials Thursday night rejected a request by a nonprofit to provide job training to people with mental illnesses at a facility on Maple Avenue.

The borough zoning board, taking up an appeal, unanimously agreed with borough Planning Director Donna Smith-Barr’s earlier determination that Shore House would need a variance before it could offer its services at 135 Maple, amid a stretch of onetime elegant homes that now serve as offices for lawyers, architects, doctors, and other professionals.

“I like your program,” board chairwoman Lauren Nicosia told Shore House representatives. “I just don’t like it there.”

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