100.1 WJRZ Community Calendar

100.1 WJRZ Community Calendar

Date Event Description Time / Location
4/19

"Jesus, table for thirteen," Contemporary Original Musical Presentation

What would happen if Jesus came to your town?

Jesus, table for thirteen, is a FREE contemporary original musical presentation on Good Friday, April 18th and Saturday April 19th at 7pm at Shore Vineyard Church, 1 South Main Street, South Toms River.

This retelling of the story of the last days of the life of Jesus and his disciples takes place in a Jersey Italian restaurant. Original music and familiar  worship mark this play as a humble way to describe the Son of God and his followers as if he were to come to our town today.

For more info, call the office of Shore Vineyard Church, 732 244 3888 or go to www.shorevineyard.com.

INFO 7pm, at Shore Vineyard Church, 1 South Main Street, South Toms River
4/20

Island Heights First Aid Squad Easter Flower Sale

Support the Island Heights First Aid Squad at their annual fundraiser Easter Flower Sale on Thursday, April 17th from noon to 6pm, Friday, April 18th from 9am to 6pm and Saturday, April 19th from 9am to 6pm or sellout. Sunday, April 20th, 9am to sellout.

INFO All day, at 135 Central Ave., Island Heights
4/25

Brick Township Volunteer EMS Gift Auction

The Brick Township Volunteer EMS first annual Gift Auction will be held on Friday, April 25th from 6 to 10pm at 500 Aurora Place, Brick. Tickets are $13 in advance, $15 at the door. Includes one sheet of small prize tickets. Lots of fabulous prizes. Dessert Reception Included. No one under age 18 permitted. For tickets and more information, Contact Trudy at 732 948 7723.

INFO 6-10pm, at 500 Aurora Place, Brick
4/25

Laurelton Fire Company Comedy Fundraiser

The Laurelton Fire Co. will be hosting a night of Comedy Fundraiser, featuring Comedian Paul Venier on Friday April 25th. Doors open at 7pm. Show starts at 8pm. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. BYOB. For more info, call 732-458-7095.

INFO 8pm, at 1725 Rt. 88, Brick
4/26

Jersey Shore Dream Center "Run 4 Dreams" 5K

WHO:

 Jersey Shore Dream Center (JSDC)

WHAT:

 “Run 4 Dreams” 5K

WHERE:

 The race will start and end at the Asbury Park Convention Center

WHEN:

 Saturday, April 26th, Race will start at 8:30am

                     WHY: The purpose of this event is to raise funds to support the nine different full-time ministries at the Dream Center. These ministries include Adopt-A-Block, Claudia's Gourmet Kitchen, Mobile Food Truck reaching over 1,500 men and women in the Jersey Shore each month, Clothing Pantry, Monmouth County’s only free Baby Supply Pantry. In total we served over 27,000 individuals in 2013.

This event is also going to be used to help fund the Dream Centers discipleship project. This is a 24/7 program empowering men and women to overcome various life controlling issues.

How to get involved:            1) Sponsor one of our registered runner’s for a tax deductible donation at http://jerseyshoredreamcenter.org/run-for-dreams-fundraiser

                                                  2) Volunteer Three hours of your time for this event (We receive a Monetary Donation for every volunteer we provide for event).

                                                  3) Register to run and silicate friends/ family to sponsor you.

http://jerseyshoredreamcenter.org/run-for-dreams-fundraiser

INFO 8:30am, at Asbury Park Convention Center
4/26

Clean Ocean Action Beach Sweeps

Clean Ocean Action Beach Sweeps will take place on Saturday, April 26th, 9am-12:30pm. Register now at http://www.cleanoceanaction.org/index.php?id=aboutbeachsweeps.

OCEAN COUNTY LOCATIONS  

  • Bay Head - Firehouse (81 Bridge Avenue)
  • Brick- Lakewood - Lake Carasaljo (meet across from St. Mary's Church on Route 9)
    • Brick Beach One
    • F Cove
    • Baywood Marsh
  • Lavallette - Philadelphia Avenue Beach
  • Long Beach Island -  Alliance for a Living Ocean office (1101 Central Ave. Ship Bottom, NJ)
  • Ortley Beach - Third Avenue
  • Manahawkin - Mallard Island Yacht Club Parking Lot
  • Ocean Gate - Wildwood Avenue Pier
  • Pt. Pleasant-
    • Maxson Avenue
    • River Avenue
  • Pt. Pleasant Beach - Seaside Heights - Grant Avenue, Ocean Beach
    • Jenkinson's Aquarium on the Boardwalk    
    • Maryland Avenue
    • Lake Lot (where band shell and veteran's park are located)
  • Seaside Park -  Toms River - Brown's Wood Preserve (meet at Barnegat Bay Partnership Office: 117 Haines Road Toms River, NJ 08753)
    • Second Avenue
    • Midway Beach (at Sixth Lane)
    • Island Beach State Park - Bathing Pavilion #1
    • Stockton Avenue

MONMOUTH COUNTY LOCATIONS 

  • Aberdeen - Fisherman's Parking Lot at Cliffwood Beach
  • Allenhurst/Loch Arbour - Euclid Avenue
  • Asbury Park - 
    • Convention Hall at the Boardwalk 
    • North Beach (meet at the dirt lot near Asbury Towers)
  • Atlantic Highlands - Harbor (parking lot on First Avenue)
  • Avon - North End of the Beach
  • Belmar - 
    • First Avenue Beach
    • 16th Avenue Beach 
  • Bradley Beach - Gazebo at 5th and Ocean Ave
  • Deal - 
    • Philips Avenue
    • Free Beach (north of the Conover Pavillion)
  • Highlands - Snug Harbor Avenue Beach - the community center
  • Keyport - Cedar Street (First Street at waterfront) 
  • Long Branch - Pier Village (meet at public access point, at Melrose Terrace and Ocean Avenue) 
  • Manasquan - Riddle Beach Gazebo
  • Middletown Twp - 
    • Leonardo Public Beach South (at Beach Avenue)
    • Ideal Beach (at Ocean Avenue and Bayside Parkway)
    • Bayshore Waterfront Park
  • Monmouth Beach - Bathing Pavillion
  • Ocean Grove - Main Street Beach
  • Red Bank - West end of Locust Avenue
  • Sandy Hook - Lot D
  • Sea Bright -
    • Borough Hall - 1067 Ocean Avenue 
    • Beachwalk Restaurant Beach
    • Gaiters Restaurant
  • Sea Girt - Boardwalk at Beacon Boulevard
  • Spring Lake - South End Pavilion (at Atlantic and Ocean Avenues)
  • Union Beach - Front and Florence Avenues
  • West Long Branch - Franklin Lake Park

These locations are tentative. COA will notify you if changes are made after you register. Register now at http://www.cleanoceanaction.org/index.php?id=aboutbeachsweeps.

INFO 9am-12:30pm, at Ocean & Monmouth Counties
4/26

Lacey Township High School PTSA Craft & Vendor Fair

Lacey Township High School  PTSA Craft & Vendor Fair, Saturday, April 26th from 10am to 3pm at Lacey Township High School, 73 Haines Street, Lanoka Harbor. Crafters and vendors are needed. Contact Rosa Steitz at 609-276-1774 or email rosa.ptsa@comcast.net.

INFO 10am-3pm, at Lacey Township High School, 73 Haines Street, Lanoka Harbor
4/26

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

The New Jersey Pharmacists Association announces that the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will take place on Saturday, April 26th from 10am to 2pm. There will be more than 100 drop-off locations in New Jersey and in some nearby bordering towns in Pennsylvania and New York participating in the program.

This event allows citizens to dispose of unwanted, expired, or unused prescription drugs (only pills or patches are accepted). The service is free and anonymous, with no questions asked.

Unused prescription drugs provide an opportunity for diversion, misuse, and abuse. Medications in the home are a leading cause of accidental poisonings

It’s easy to identify a collection site participating in the Drug Take-Back event in your community,  visit the Site Finder link: http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/.

INFO 10am-2pm, at More than 100 drop-off locations in New Jersey
4/26

LBIF’s Science Saturdays

For the eighth consecutive winter, the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences (LBIF) will host “Science Saturdays,” interactive lectures on topics which tackle today’s most pressing and interesting scientific, environmental and sustainability issues. Presented in an easy-to-understand format, talks by experts in their fields are scheduled from 11am to 12:30pm at the LBIF’s main building in Loveladies at 120 Long Beach Boulevard. These lectures are scheduled each Saturday through April 26.

This Science Saturday session is open to the public for a $5 donation and free to Foundation members. For more information, contact the LBIF at 609-494-1241 or visit www.LBIFoundation.org. You can also stay up-to-date with all of the LBIF’s happenings by joining its Facebook Fan page at www.facebook.com/LBIFAS.

INFO 11am-12:30pm, at 120 Long Beach Boulevard, LBI
4/26

Pink Your Ride Day & Contest

Pink Your Ride Day & Contest, Saturday, April 26th, 11am to 2pm at the Ocean County Mall and Monmouth Mall. Decorate your car and enter it in the contest for a chance to win cool prizes. Refreshments, music and activities at both events. Proudly drive your “pinked” car around during the month of May to spread awareness of the importance of annual mammography. Participation is FREE, but registration is required at PinkYouRide.com or by calling 855-PINK-411. Paint the Town Pink is a community-wide effort presented by Meridian Health to raise awareness of the importance of annual mammography.

INFO 11am-2pm, at Ocean County Mall and Monmouth Mall
4/27

Walk MS

Every year, Walk MS goes farther and pushes harder to raise money that will move us closer to a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Join 100.1 WJRZ for the 26th annual Walk MS at Tri-Boro 1st Aid Squad, J Street, Seaside Park on Sunday, April 27th, as we move to create a world free of MS. Registration at 9am, Walk at 10am- RAIN OR SHINE. For more information or to register or volunteer, log on to walknjm.nationalmssociety.org or call 732-660-1005.

INFO Registration at 9am, Walk at 10am, at Tri-Boro 1st Aid Squad, J Street, Seaside Park
4/27

St. Francis Community Center Spring Art Show and Sale

St. Francis Community Center will be having an Art Show and Sale on Saturday, April 26th from 10am to 4pm and Sunday, April 27th from 10am to 2pm. The Art Show and Sale will be held at St. Francis Community Center Gym, located at 4700 Long Beach Blvd., Long Beach Township. Amateur and professional artists from the local area, Monmouth County and New York, participate in the show with fine art works encompassing almost every media. For a list of all the artists that will be appearing, please visit: www.stfranciscenterlbi.org. Admission is FREE. For more information, please visit the website or call 609-494-8861.

INFO 10am, at 4700 Long Beach Blvd., Long Beach Township
4/27

American Legion Riders of New Jersey Family Picnic and Fun Day

The American Legion Riders of New Jersey will host a Family Picnic and Fun Day to benefit the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation on Sunday, April 27th from noon to 4pm at the George P. Vanderveer American Legion Post 129, 2025 Church Road, Toms River.

The day's events include a BBQ, activities, games, and music by the Lifters and the Goldenseal Band. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children. Uniformed active duty are free of charge. For more information, please call 732-232-3286 or visit www.njvvmf.org.

INFO Noon-4pm, at George P. Vanderveer American Legion Post 129, 2025 Church Road, Toms River
4/27

Gene Marshall Benefit

Gene Marshall is a lifelong resident of Point Pleasant. He was diagnosed with cancer 1 year ago. Due to the side effects of intense chemotherapy, he is unable to work at this time. The medical expenses have become excessive, creating financial hardship. Join us on Sunday, April 27th at 1pm at Marlin's Café, 1901 Ocean Ave., Pt. Pleasant Beach for great food and music by New Family Band, Bunker & Friends, and American Pyschos. Please help in supporting Gene's efforts to fight this disease. For more info or to purchase advance tickets ($25, $30 at the door), please call Gina, 908-600-5943, or Mindy, 732-237-5343.

INFO 1pm, at Marlin's Café, 1901 Ocean Ave., Pt. Pleasant Beach
4/30

April is National-Adopt-a-Greyhound Month

What’s gentle, graceful, a 40 mile per hour couch potato and waiting to be welcomed into a loving and permanent home? Answer: A greyhound.

April is National-Adopt-a-Greyhound Month and a great time to adopt a beautiful companion into your home today. Closed racing tracks and the slumping economy have resulted in displaced greyhounds, fewer adoptions and more returns. Thousands of greyhounds are being cared for by adoption groups across the country as they wait to be adopted into permanent homes.

Please help ensure that 100 percent of these greyhounds find homes by visiting www.thegreyhoundproject.org for resources and information on how to adopt a greyhound in your area.

INFO Visit website for details, at Ocean & Monmouth Counties
5/1

Southern Regional High School annual Fashion Show

Southern Regional High School in Manahawkin annual Fashion Show will be held on Thursday, May 1st at 7pm in the 11/12 cafeteria. The theme of this year’s show is “Artistry in Motion And Children.”  The event is planned by the Fashion Merchandising class and coordinated with area businesses. Students, faculty and staff serve as the models for the show.  Admission is $5. All proceeds will go toward scholarships.

INFO 7pm, at Southern Regional High School, Manahawkin
5/3

Jersey Shore Dream Center Night of Dreams

WHO:

 Jersey Shore Dream Center (JSDC)

WHAT:

 Night of Dreams

WHERE:

 The Waterview Pavilion, 800 River Rd., Belmar

WHEN:

 Saturday, May 3rd, 7-11pm

                     WHY: The purpose of this event is to raise funds to support the nine different full-time ministries at the Dream Center. These ministries include Adopt-A-Block, Claudia's Gourmet Kitchen, and Mobile Food Truck reaching over 1,500 men and women in the Jersey Shore each month, Clothing Pantry, Monmouth County’s only free Baby Supply Pantry. In total we served over 27,000 individuals in 2013.

This event is also going to be used to help fund the Dream Centers Men's and Woman's discipleship project, a 24/7 program empowering individuals to overcome various life controlling issues.

                      Tickets: $50.00 each

                      Tables of ten: $500.00

                      Tables of twelve: $600.00

                      Ticket includes: Cash Bar, Unlimited Soft Drinks, Appetizers, Full Course Meal, 50/50 and Gift Auction

                     Entertainment by Parkside Symphony

 You may purchase tickets at http://jerseyshoredreamcenter.org/2nd-annual-night-dreams

 

INFO 7-11pm, at The Waterview Pavilion, 800 River Rd., (Route 35) Belmar
5/4

OCBR "A Shore Thing" 5K

The Ocean County Board of Realtors presents a "Shore Thing" 5K, Run and Fitness Walk on Sunday, May 4th to benefit local charities. Registration is at 8:30am, with the event at 9:30am. To register, visit www.regonline.com/ocbrashorething5k.

INFO Registration: 8:30am, Event: 9:30am, at Winding River Park, Toms River
5/4

Annual Paulette Steps Toward Cancer Wellness 5K Run/1 Mile Walk

Join CentraState for a day of fun, food and fitness at the 5th annual Paulette Steps Toward Cancer Wellness 5K Run/1 Mile Walk on Sunday, May 4th. Awards will be given to the top male and female finisher in four age categories, as well as top individual and top team fundraisers. All ages are welcome. Participant Fee: $25 until April 4th; $35 after. Spectator Fee: $10 until April 15th; unavailable after. All registrants will receive refreshments and a gym bag. Proceeds benefit CentraState's colorectal cancer program. Please visit www.centrastatefoundation.org/paulette for more information.

INFO 9:30am, at CentraState Medical Center, Rt. 33, Freehold
5/4

March for Babies

March for Babies – Jersey Shore (Monmouth and Ocean Counties). Sunday, May 4th at 11am. Registration at 10am at Asbury Park Boardwalk, 1300 Ocean Avenue, Asbury Park. For more information, call 732-952-9010.

March for Babies is the March of Dimes premier fundraising event. It supports research and other programs nationwide and in our community to help babies born healthy and those who need help to survive and thrive.

Join the more than 7 million people who participate, donate and/or sponsor. Register to walk at marchforbabies.org.

INFO 11am, at Asbury Park Boardwalk
5/9

Southern Regional High School Freshmen and Sophomore Gift Auction

Southern Regional High School’s Freshmen and Sophomore classes are planning a Gift Auction for Friday, May 9th in the 11/12 cafeteria. The classes are accepting donations for the auction of gifts, gift cards, items to assemble gift baskets, etc. Donations can be dropped off in the 9/10 main office or contact any of the advisors: Mrs. Dawn Bischoff at dbischoll@srsd.net, Ms. Denise Logue at dlogue@srsd.net, Mrs. Jennifer Furlong at jfurlong@srsd.net and Ms. Christine Ryder at cryder@srsd.net.

INFO 5pm, at 11/12 cafeteria, Southern Regional High School, Manahawkin
5/10

Pack 152 Flapjack Fundraiser Breakfast

Pack 152 Applebee's Flapjack Fundraiser Breakfast

When: Saturday, May 10th, 8-10am

Where: Applebee's, 4721 Route 9 north, Howell 

Cost: $10 per person

Includes: pancakes, eggs, sausage, and a beverage (OJ, coffee, tea or milk).

This is a fundraiser for Pack 152. Invite your family and friends out to breakfast to support this Cub Scout pack.

Call Peggy at 732-239-1563 (cell) for more information.

INFO 8-10am, at Applebee's, 4721 Route 9 north, Howell
5/10

VNACJ Community Health Center Community Day

VNACJ Community Health Center celebrates Community Day, Saturday, May 10th from 11am to 2pm at the Asbury Park Community Health Center, 1301 Main Street, Asbury Park.

•HEALTH SCREENINGS
•GAMES FOR CHILDREN
•GIVEAWAYS
•FOOD
INFO 11am-2pm, at Asbury Park Community Health Center, 1301 Main Street, Asbury Park
5/16

St. Francis Community Center $5,000 Travel Gift Certificate Raffle

Looking to get away from it all? Want to head to a warmer climate? Do you have a birthday or anniversary in your future? St. Francis Community Center is raffling off a $5,000 Travel Gift Certificate. Why not stop by and purchase a raffle ticket (or two) for your chance for a great trip. Only 1,000 tickets are being sold, and tickets are only $25.00 each. Tickets are currently being sold at the Front Desk of the St. Francis Community Center, located at 4700 Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach. Hurry up because they are going fast. The winner will be announced on Friday, May 16th at 11am at St. Francis Community Center. The winner need not be present. The Travel Gift Certificate is redeemable at face value for air, sea, rail, auto and other travel related services and is not redeemable for cash. The Travel Gift Certificate may be redeemed only at Home Town Travel, 145 North Main Street, Manahawkin, NJ (609-597-5100). Mail order forms are also available at: www.stfranciscenterlbi.org. For more information, please call 609-494-8861. All proceeds will benefit the St. Francis Community Center.

INFO 11am, at St. Francis Community Center, 4700 Long Beach Blvd., Brant Beach
5/17

Bike MS

Enjoy a two-day cycling adventure raising money for a cure to Multiple Sclerosis with the MS Society. Ride anywhere between a 25 mile route to 170 miles through fresh air and coastal scenery with 1,700 of your closest friends. All rides begin on Saturday, May 17th at Monmouth University in West Long Branch and end with lunch or dinner at the finish line. Registration price and starting times depend on route length; visit http://bikenjm.nationalmssociety.org/ for more details.

INFO Varies by route length; visit website for details, at Monmouth University to Tuckerton Pinelands School
5/17

Ladies Auxiliary of Herbertsville Fire Co. #1 Flea Market

Ladies Auxiliary of Herbertsville Fire Co .#1 Flea Market

Saturday May 17th

9am-3pm

Herbertsville Fire Co. #1, 601 Herbertsville Road, Brick

$15 for a 8 'x 8' space inside firehouse

$20 for a 8' x 10' space in truck bay

Vendor must provide own tables

Breakfast food, coffee,tea soda, water and hot dogs available for purchase

Contact Laurie at 732-840-8078

INFO 9am-3pm, at Herbertsville Fire Co. #1, 601 Herbertsville Road, Brick
5/17

Canine Rescue Run/Walk around Manasquan Reservoir

Howling Woods Farm will be holding their 1st annual 5 mile Run/Walk around the Manasquan Reservoir on Saturday, May 17th, starting at 10am. For more information, please email Stacey at Steplitzky@yahoo.com. Visit www.howlingwoods.org to learn more about their rescue and mission.

INFO 10am, at Manasquan Reservoir, Georgia Tavern Road, Howell
5/30

Brick Relay for Life

The Brick Relay for Life is May 30th & 31st starting at 5pm on May 30th through 6am on May 31st at Brick High School, 346 Chambers Bridge Road. The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life is a life changing event that gives everyone in the community a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember lost loved ones and fight back against the disease. The event starts with an opening ceremony, followed by a survivor lap, a caregiver lap, a luminaria ceremony, and ends with a fight back ceremony. There is a survivor/caregiver dinner and the event is filled with family games, activities and entertainment. For more information or to form your own Relay for Life Team, please go to relayforlife.org.

INFO 5pm on May 30th through 6am on May 31st, at Brick High School, 346 Chambers Bridge Road, Brick
5/31

The Wildlife Land Trust, saving lives, by saving land

Our wildlife and natural landscapes are disappearing at an alarming rate. Fortunately, as a concerned land owner, you can help prevent some of this loss. Protect your land for the future, and prohibit hunting and trapping of the animals who call it home, by working with the Wildlife Land Trust. Call 1-800-729-SAVE or go to wildlifelandtrust.org. The Wildlife Land Trust, saving lives, by saving land.

INFO Call or visit website for details, at wildlifelandtrust.org
5/31

Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity

Do you live in northern Ocean County? Was your home damaged by Superstorm Sandy? Habitat for Humanity of Northern Ocean County can help get you back home. Habitat’s Sandy Repair Program has helped dozens of for low and moderate income families and it has the resources to do more. If you live in Northern Ocean County, contact Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity to see if you qualify. Call Habitat at 732-818-9500 or reach them online at www.northernoceanhabitat.org.

INFO Call or visit website for details, at Northern Ocean County
6/1

Rock for the Nurses 2014

Rock for the Nurses 2014, Sunday, June 1st. The Barbara Forfar Nursing Scholarship Fund teams up with the Idle Hour Restaurant & Bar in Point Pleasant to help the nurses of Ocean Medical Center at its third annual Fundraiser “Rock for the Nurses 2014" to be held on Sunday, June 1st, starting at noon. The six hour event will feature live performances from The Matt Noffsinger Band, The Pickles, Two Story Outhouse, Guns 4 Hire Trio, Ned Ryerson, Tyler Veit and Where’s Judy. The fundraiser will include an all you can eat BBQ buffet, tent party, cash bar, coffee, soft drinks, desert, games, prizes and more. Tickets are $20 per person (kids 12 and under are free) and are available at The Idle Hour (Point Pleasant), Ocean Medical Center (Brick) and Bow-Kay Florist (Brick). Tickets will also be available for purchase the day of the event at the door. All proceeds from the event will go to The Barbara Forfar Nursing Scholarship Fund, which annually benefits the nurses of Ocean Medical Center by providing nursing scholarships to nurses and nursing students looking to further their formal education in the nursing profession. For more information, log on to www.forfarscholarship.org or connect with The Barbara Forfar Nursing Scholarship on Facebook or Twitter.

INFO Noon-6pm, at Idle Hour Restaurant & Bar, Rt. 88, Point Pleasant
6/7

Friends of the Toms River Library Book Sale

The Friends of the Toms River Library are sponsoring a Book Sale, June 5th through June 7th. They need your help. Books in pristine condition, videos (no VHS), and CD’s may be dropped off at the Library, 101 Washington St., during open hours. They cannot accept material in poor condition, textbooks, encyclopedias, old computer books, magazines, abridged books or phonograph records. Please help make the sale a success.

INFO During open hours, at 101 Washington St., Toms River
6/20

American Legion Post 129 of Toms River weekend in Washington, D.C.

The American Legion Post 129 of Toms River is hosting a weekend in Washington, D.C., Friday, June 20th to Sunday, June 22nd. Cost is $299 per person and includes roundtrip Motorcoach transportation, breakfast each morning, 2 dinners, and guided tours of WWII Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, MLK Memorial, Capitol Hill, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington, and more. Please call 732 341-7462.

INFO Call for details, at Washington, D.C.
12/31

100.1 WJRZ Internships Available right now!

College students! Want to learn how a real radio station is run and get college credits while you do? Well then 100.1 WJRZ is the place for you!

We have internships available year round; any season to fit your busy schedule. You will learn all aspects of the radio station; from promotions and on-air, to production and sales. Gain college credits, get valuable experience.

For more information or to set up an interview, call Rich Vacca at 609-597-1100, ext. 207 or you can email your resume to rvacca@wjrz.com.

INFO Year round, at Manahawkin
12/31

Cell Phones for Soldiers

Cell Phones for Soldiers are being collected by Nancy Seibert, along with the Berkeley Twp. Regular Republican Club “Support the Troops Project."

They collect any phone in any condition and send them to a recycler for free 60-minute calling cards for our troops serving overseas.

If you have an old cell phone to donate, or have a soldier serving overseas and would like to send them free calling cards, call Nancy at 732-232-5410.

INFO Call for info, at Ocean County
12/31

The Animal Rescue Site

The Animal Rescue Site helps fund food and care for rescued animals. Your daily click on their website helps their sponsors pay for food and care. 100% of sponsor money goes to charity. Each click will gave the value of .6 bowls of food for rescued animals. Shop their online store and give more. Please visit The Animal Rescue Site at www.theanimalrescuesite.com.

INFO Visit website for details, at www.theanimalrescuesite.com
12/31

Petfinder

Petfinder is an online, searchable database of animals who need homes. It is also a directory of more than 13,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Organizations maintain their own home pages and available-pet databases. From the comfort of their personal computers, pet lovers can search for a pet that best matches their needs. They can then reference a shelter's Web page and discover what services it offers. Petfinder also includes classified ads, discussion forums and a library of animal welfare articles. Petfinder is made up of animal-care professionals and regular people volunteering for their local animal welfare organizations all working together to maintain active and accurate homeless pet lists. You can find Petfinder at http://www.petfinder.com or email pets@petfinder.com.

INFO Visit website or email for details, at www.petfinder.com