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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...

Seabrook Residents Put Sandwiches Together for the Hungry in Monmouth County

Jul 23, 2012
One Year Old Program at Seabrook Continues to Assist Bridges at the Shore in Meeting Its Mission to Help Those in Need TINTON FALLS, NJ - In their continuing effort to help feed some of Monmouth County's hungry, some residents of the Seabrook active adult retirement community made more than 125 sandwiches for the organization Bridges at the Shore, which will distribute them to the needy.  This is the second year this campaign has taken place. Approximately one dozen resident volunteers gathered in the kitchen of the Princeton Restaurant at Seabrook to assemble the turkey and cheese sandwiches before placing...

Seabrook Staff and Residents Roll Out the Fun in Bocce Tourney at Community

Jul 16, 2012
Challenge Put Forth by Residents to see Who Has Best Bocce Skills TINTON FALLS, NJ - At Seabrook, the gauntlet was thrown down, or rolled across to be more exact in a time-honored and well respected game.  Some members of the community's Bocce Club challenged members of the Seabrook executive team to a match to see who had the best throwing skills, accuracy and gaming acumen. Bocce club members "Bocce" Bobbi Johnson, Bud Kramer, "Lucky" Lucille Kramer, Joe Fisher, Betty Nelson, "Happy" Bob Bennett, John Englert, Marge McCrindle and "Magnificent" Marguerite Edwards, also known as The Over The Hill Gang...

The Wizard of Seabrook Brings Magical Excitement to the Active Adult Community

Jun 7, 2012
Seabrook Performers Create Original Production- Seventh Show Hits Center Stage at Seabrook TINTON FALLS, NJ - Lights, camera, action! A group of talented residents are ready for all of it as they are putting the final touches on the upcoming performances of the original play The Wizard of Seabrook Village, which will run the weekend of June 9th - 11th. The play, which features magic, majesty and marvelous music, will thrill the audience as Seabrook residents and staff hone their acting and musical skills for a ride down the yellow brick road of sorts. The screenplay was put together by...

Senior Volunteers Are a Significant Force in the United States, and at Seabrook

May 8, 2012
As More and More Older Americans Are Finding That Helping Others Helps Them, Seabrook Volunteers Have Held This Secret for Years TINTON FALLS, NJ - According to USA Today, Baby Boomers are important volunteers, and they are impressive in number - an astounding 77 million.  May is Older Americans Month and it is wonderful time to celebrate the impact that this cohort make within society, including the volunteer work that they do to make life better for others. Seniors are living longer, healthier lives and they bring life experiences, skills and passion to the work that they continue to do...

Seabrook goes New Orleans as pancake flipping contest brings a taste of Fat Tuesday to seniors

Feb 24, 2012
TINTON FALLS, NJ - Laissez les bons temps rouler - Let the good times roll! A bit of the Big Easy was bountiful at Seabrook as residents and staff celebrated Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday in grand fashion with a little competition to also honor National Pancake Day. A room full of people, regaled in colorful beads and masks moved to the sounds of traditional Mardi Gras music as they watched 15 participants take part in the First Annual Seabrook Musical Pancake Competition - A Mardi Gras Flippin' Good Time! Ever heard of the children's game musical chairs?  The premise of this...

Renaissance Gardens at Seabrook Residents Fill Care Packages With Love for Asbury Park Non-Profit

Feb 7, 2012
Annual Service Project Aimed at Reaching Out to Help Friends in Local Community TINTON FALLS, NJ - With Valentine's Day around the corner, some residents at Renaissance Gardens at Seabrook (the assisted living and skilled nursing neighborhood at Seabrook) 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 three years now, each February, the residents at Renaissance Gardens at Seabrook have created these care packages of love for those who utilize services offered by The Center in Asbury Park - a volunteer-based not-for-profit service...

At Seabrook, A "Sea of Red" of Residents and Staff Recognize the Importance of Fighting Heart Disease

Feb 6, 2012
An Apple A Day Keeps The "Silent Killer" Away - Community Places Fruit On Plates During Dinner to Raise Awareness of Illness TINTON FALLS, NJ - Seabrook residents and staff donned their brightest red to raise awareness about heart disease in women as part of the national Go Red For Women Day®.  They also took a bite out of an apple to keep heart disease away. The Seabrook Dining Services Department placed an apple on each dinner plate at its two restaurants for each resident to raise awareness of the Go Red campaign. With one out of three women still...