Seabrookresident Regina Thomas believes that one of the keys to successful aging is to give and receive love. Widowed later in life, this former dental hygienist, trade publication writer, and TV talk show host has spent the past year putting her theories about love and older adults down on paper in Love and C

The world-famous Rockette dancers had better watch out.

Seabrookwas honored by Interfaith Neighbors as Outstanding Volunteer Organization of the Year at a recent dinner. [caption id="attachment_7249" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Nancy Flanigan, Rabbi Sally Priesand, and Joe Marmora of Interfaith Neighbors with Gary Engelstad (left) of Seabrook.
Since 1999, the annual Seabrook Turkey Trot has donated almost 3,000 turkeys to charity and brought together thousands of people in the spirit of goodwill. And this year, the bar has been raised, asSeabrookresidents and staff are hoping to collect more money and more turkeys than ever before.

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In 1985, an environmental protection group called Clean Ocean Action launched the region s first Beach Sweep program to rid the New Jersey shoreline of unsightly and environmentally harmful litter. Today, the program has expanded into one of the longest running cleanups of its kind in the world.


[caption id="attachment_2037" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Seabrook resident Julie Miller enjoys a walk with adopted great-grandson Jack, along with his mom Suzanne Forsyth and grandmother Linda Radano.


[caption id="attachment_2035" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Ed Braun, who lives at Seabrook, recently clocked 1,000 hours in the pool located in the community s aquatics center.


Playing card games is one of many ways people who live at Seabrook get to know each other. Do you remember Deborah Kerr singing Getting to Know You in the King and I Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein s 1951 Broadway musical with Yul Brynner?


Residents Bene and Harold Seldin have a greater appreciation for Macbeth since participating in SCAN s weekly Shakespeare appreciation class held at the Seabrook campus in Tinton Falls. The call for health and well-being can be heard from the mountainside of Pompton Plains every Friday around 10 a.m. Literally. That s when Dr.