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Seabrook Celebrates Black History Month

Feb 19, 2013
TINTON FALLS, NJ - To celebrate Black History Month Seabrook invited The African-American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey from Newtonville, NJ to the community to display part of its collection. Seventy-four historical-laden photos, statues and paintings adorned the Atrium room at Seabrook for countless numbers of residents and members of the public to see. Some of the items included, paintings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Billie Holiday, handmade sculptures and postcards. Museum owner and curator Ralph Hunter said, "I want to not just share African-American history, but American history and how important it was for African-Americans to...

SEABROOK HOLDS POST-SANDY REAL ESTATE DISCUSSION

Feb 12, 2013
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Since Superstorm Sandy struck the region, there have been some obvious changes in the real estate market, especially here in Monmouth County. The Seabrook retirement community held a special event to discuss the market in a Post-Sandy world. The event was hosted by Seabrook, and was facilitated by Laurie Williamson, the community's personal moving consultant. She led a discussion with two experts in the field---Patrick Parker from Patrick Parker Realty in Bradley Beach and Marcy Pokrywa from PNC Bank. Patrick said that since the storm hit, the rental market exploded and that there has been an...

RESIDENTS FROM THE GARDENS AT SEABROOK FILL CARE PACKAGES WITH LOVE FOR ASBURY PARK NON-PROFIT

Feb 12, 2013
TINTON FALLS, NJ - With Valentine's Day around the corner, some residents at The Gardens at Seabrook (the community's continuing care neighborhood) wanted to continue a tradition of reaching out to a very special organization by touching its clients through care packages with "love and prayer." For four years now, each February, the residents at The Gardens have created care packages for clients from The Center in Asbury Park - a volunteer-based not-for-profit service organization that provides support services for people in Monmouth County living with HIV/AIDS, and their caregivers. This year, the residents are assembling 100 gifts that include...

Seabrook Residents Collect Toys for Tots to Make Holidays Bright for Children

Dec 4, 2012

TINTON FALLS, N.J. - Seabrook's residents and staff regularly donate their time, efforts and gifts to a whole host of charities and organizations throughout the year.  The community celebrated its latest effort, collecting toys to support the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation .  

This year's collection yielded approximately 600 toys, which the Marine Corps will distribute to needy children during this holiday season.  The Marine Toys for Tots drive at Seabrook was started by resident June Bayles 13 years ago. Some of the gifts collected, included stuffed animals, games, coloring books, dolls, educational toys, costume jewelry...

U.S. Air Force Members Discuss Experiences With Seabrook Veterans, Residents

Nov 29, 2012
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Seabrook veterans and non veterans alike were treated to a very special informative, timely and intergenerational event earlier today. With the current war in Afghanistan taking place our men and women are in harm's way day in and day out fighting for our freedom. Years ago, residents from retirement communities like Seabrook did the same. Today some of them came together to share their stories with two of today's heroes. Seabrook hosted a belated Veterans Day Ceremony - delayed due to Superstorm Sandy, which occurred several weeks ago. The the storm did not stop men and...

Seabrook Residents Once Again Trot Their Way to Help Deliver Turkeys to Monmouth County Needy

Nov 26, 2012

TINTON FALLS, NJ - In its ongoing effort to reach out to help the community, Seabrook once again did its part to help families during the 14th Annual Turkey Trot. The event is a yearly fun event where the community collects turkeys for underprivileged families for the upcoming holiday season. 

The turkeys were loaded up by residents and staff and then shipped out to the Bradley Food Pantry and Interfaith Neighbors - two Monmouth County organizations that help the needy.  The Turkey Trot event, which is one of Seabrook's largest and exciting happenings all year, got off...

Seabrook Announces The Appointment of Julie Seydel as Director of Sales

Nov 19, 2012
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Seabrook announced today that Julie Seydel joins the community as its new sales director. Julie will continue the to lead the community's sales mission in assisting prospective residents who are looking to learn about the 62-plus continuing care retirement community in Tinton Falls by educating them about all that Seabrook can offer them. She will also help the community continue its goal of ensuring that residents receive top-notch quality care, services and endless opportunities for them to lead a vibrant lifestyle. In her role, Julie will lead the six member sales team, including Sales Counselor Susan Coulson...

Seabrook Residents Help Superstorm Sandy Victims by Offering Bags of Comfort to Help Them in Time of Need

Nov 15, 2012
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Following the havoc of Superstorm Sandy countless numbers of people and organizations are banding together to do their part to help those in need. While food, water, clothing and cleaning supplies are some of the top items that are needed to assist people, there is one more product that those affected by the storm are in need of, toiletries. A group of seniors from the Seabrook retirement community are answering the call to ensure that some of the victims of Sandy will receive these items. They organized a grassroots collection drive at the campus where for...

SCAN LEARNING CENTER RECOGNIZES SEABROOK FOR "SERVICE AND COMMITMENT" IN THE REGION

Nov 5, 2012
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Seabrook received the distinguished Leader of Distinction Award from the SCAN Learning Center for its service to the community at the organization's 24th annual Leader of Distinction Award luncheon. The award was given to Seabrook for making a difference in the community, and helping SCAN meet its mission to help improve the quality of life for older adults in the region. In addition, a joint legislative resolution was presented to Seabrook by New Jersey State Senator Jennifer Beck, Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini and Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande. The resolution was given to the community for its "...record...

Seabrook Residents Answer the Call to Help Veterans

Jul 31, 2012
Latest Volunteer Effort Yields High Volume of Shaving Cream for Retired Soldiers of Central Jersey Veterans Home TINTON FALLS, NJ - Residents from Seabrook are giving. They contribute to a great deal many of charities, volunteer their time and talents to non-profits and support a variety of causes. One such cause near and dear to many of their hearts is the support of the men and women who serve overseas in the various theatres of war. Seabrook resident Ed Salvage, a veteran himself who served as a sergeant in the Air Force during the Korean War, has taken on a...