ELLSWORTH — The National Football League released its full 2017 schedule Thursday night, and the New England Patriots are set to open their title defense when they host the NFL Kickoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at 8:30 p.m. Sept. 7 on NBC.The game marks the 14th consecutive year that the league’s Thursday night opener will involve the winner of the previous year’s Super Bowl. It marks the fourth time New England has hosted the game; the Patriots also did so in 2004, 2005, and 2015.Other games of interest include a Super Bowl LI rematch against the Atlanta Falcons on Oct. 22 and a brutal stretch between Week 10 and Week 15 that will see the Patriots will play five of six games away from Gillette Stadium.Below is the team’s full regular season schedule. Games are played on Sundays unless noted, and those after Week 5 are subject to be moved to different times and networks under the league’s flexible scheduling policy. All times are Eastern.Week 1: 8:30 p.m. Sept. 7, vs. Kansas City Chiefs (NBC, Thursday)Week 2: 1 p.m. Sept. 17, @ New Orleans Saints (CBS)Week 3: 1 p.m. Sept. 24, vs. Houston Texans (CBS)Week 4: 1 p.m. Oct. 1, vs. Carolina Panthers (FOX)Week 5: 8:25 p.m. Oct. 5, @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (CBS, Thursday)Week 6: 1 p.m. Oct. 15, @ New York Jets (CBS)Week 7: 8:30 p.m.Oct. 22, vs. Atlanta Falcons (NBC)Week 8: 1 p.m. Oct. 29, vs. Los Angeles Chargers (CBS)Week 9: BYE WEEKWeek 10: 8:30 p.m. Nov. 12, @ Denver Broncos (NBC)Week 11: 4:25 p.m. Nov. 19, @ Oakland Raiders (CBS)*Week 12: 1 p.m. Nov. 26, vs. Miami Dolphins (CBS)Week 13: 1 p.m. Dec. 3, @ Buffalo Bills (CBS)Week 14: 8:30 p.m. Dec. 11, @ Miami Dolphins (ESPN, Monday)Week 15: 4:25 p.m. Dec. 17, @ Pittsburgh Steelers (CBS)Week 16: Dec. 24, vs. Buffalo Bills (CBS)Week 17: Dec. 31, vs. New York Jets (CBS)This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text*Game played in Mexico City.
THE last six months have been a difficult time for Sarfaraz Ahmed. He was sacked as the captain from the T20I and Test squad.Though, there has not been any announcement regarding his ODI spot. There have been rumours that T20I captain Babar Azam could also take over as the ODI captain.The recent reports though suggest that the wicketkeeper-batsman could be demoted from ‘A’ category in annual contracts to category ‘C’.The official list will be announced by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in August. According to the details, the Board would also reduce the central contract retainers or match fees of the players. This could be called strange as all cricket matches have been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.In 2019, the PCB decided to omit many players from the list of centrally contracted players. The list had only 19 players been centrally contracted with the Board. In 2018, 32 players had received central contracts.Last year, Sarfaraz Ahmed was in the ‘A’ category alongside Babar Azam and Yasir Shah. When the list was announced last year, the Champions Trophy-winning skipper was still leading the national side in all three formats.“Sarfaraz has been demoted to category C in the new contracts as he is presently not a member of the playing side,” a PCB source said as quoted by Times Now.In November, right before Pakistan’s tour of Australia, the wicketkeeper-batsman was dropped from the squad for the T20Is and Tests. Azhar Ali was chosen as the Test skipper while Azam was handed over the reins of the T20I side.The new list of contracted players is being finalised by a committee that includes PCB CEO, Wasim Khan, Director International Cricket Operations, Zakir Khan and the head coach and chief selector, Misbah-ul-Haq.In the current contracts laid down by the PCB, the Test match fees are Rs 762,300 for Category A players, Rs 665,280 for Category B and Rs 568,260 for Category C players.The sources have also revealed that Abid Ali might get promoted to Category B alongside his opening partner in Tests, Shan Masood. Fast bowler Hasan Ali could lose his contract. (CricTracker)
COMMENT Written By WATCH US LIVE National champion Ankit Khatana (75kg) and rising star Kalaivani Srinivasan (48kg) led India to six boxing gold medals even as World Championships bronze medallist Manish Kaushik settled for a silver medal at the 13th South Asian Games on Monday. In men’s category, Vinod Tanwar (49kg), Sachin (56kg), and Gaurav Chauhan (91kg) were the others who finished on top, while Parveen (60kg) was the other woman pugilist to take the gold for India.READ | Steve Smith Admits To Copying Kane Williamson And Reveals Nervousness Ahead Of Perth TestTanwar thrashes Wangodi 5-0In the men’s 49kg final, Bhutan’s Tashi Wangdi proved no match for Tanwar, who easily cruised to a 5-0 win. Sachin was equally impressive and hardly broke a sweat against Bangladesh’s Mia Md Robin in 56kg, soaring to a win by the same scoreline. Khatana was unstoppable and stamped his authority over Sri Lanka’s Dinesh Maduranga Don Pathirage in the middleweight summit clash on his way to a commanding 5-0 victory. Gaurav Chauhan faced some stiff resistance from Pakistan’s Sanaullah early on in their 91kg face-off but was soon able to find his punches that helped him notch up a 4-1 win. While his compatriots performed up to the expectations, it was Manish Kaushik’s 64kg final loss that was the biggest surprise for the entire contingent. READ | Wasim Jaffer Becomes First Indian To Play 150 Ranji MatchesKaushik was at his menacing best throughout the tournament but was outdone by Nepal’s Bhupendra Thapa, who recorded a huge 5-0 upset win. “Today man of the match goes to Vinod Tanwar in my view, opponent was a rough puncher. He took him very easy by step back punch and sidestep punch and won the match by 5:0. “Manish’s opponent was very rough and he received 1 or 3 clear punches. It was unfortunate but this tournament was definitely a good experience for him,” said India’s men’s boxing chief coach, CA Kuttappa. The women, in contrast, had to fight hard for the gold. One of the most promising talents, Kalaivani showed her resilience in her 3-2 victory over Nepal’s Maharjan Lalita in 48kg. Parveen too showed her guts and gumption in a brave 3-2 triumph over Nepal’s Sunar Sangita in 60kg but 2017 Asian Championship bronze medallist Shiksha bowed out 0-5 to Minu Gurung of Nepal in 54kg.On Tuesday, Vikas Krishan (69kg), Narender (+91kg), Sparsh (52kg), Varinder (60kg) will be aiming for the gold from the men, while Pinki Rani (51kg), Sonia Lather (57kg), and Manju Bamboriya (64kg) will be hoping for a top-podium finish in women’s category. READ | Satwik-Chirag, Para Shuttler Pramod Nominated For BWF AwardsREAD | Indian Eves Win 3-Nations Hockey Tournament Despite Loss To Australia In Final Game LIVE TV Press Trust Of India First Published: 9th December, 2019 22:27 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 9th December, 2019 22:27 IST Ankit, Kalaivani Lead India To Six Boxing Gold Medals At 13th SAG National champion Ankit Khatana and rising star Kalaivani Srinivasan led India to six boxing gold medals at the 13th South Asian Games on Monday FOLLOW US
Chelsea failed to complete a remarkable comeback in their pre-season friendly against Bayern Munich, as the Bavarians held on to claim a 3-2 victory.Played inside of a full Singapore National Stadium, Bayern Munich went 3-0 up inside 26 minutes, with Rafinha’s low drive finding the back of the net for the opener on 6 minutes.Rafinha’s goal to put Bayern up a goal against Chelsea in the International Champions Cup pic.twitter.com/jAXT0TdYwC— Big Nothing (@BigNothingPod) July 25, 2017Thomas Muller added the second 6 minutes after with a thumping volley after Frank Ribery’s skilful foot work to get past Chelsea defender’s before crossing the ball to Muller.Muller’s goal. Chelsea 2-0 down. pic.twitter.com/LB7NLxvLG8— Mod (@HazardChaos) July 25, 2017Muller got his brace in the 26th minute with a subliminal finish to make it 3-0, with Thibaut Courtois left stranded.What a goal from Thomas Muller to put Bayern 3-0 up against Chelsea in under 30 minutes. Wow pic.twitter.com/PP355wzyqK— Big Nothing (@BigNothingPod) July 25, 2017Marcos Alonso reduced the deficit for Chelsea on the stroke of half time, as he smashes home a cracker to make it 3-1.Marcos Alonso pulls one goal back with a thunderous strike?#CFC #CFCFCB pic.twitter.com/b8XNg76aI4— BET A BONUS (@BetABonus) July 25, 2017New signing, Alvaro Morata, who came on as a second half substitute, could not find a debut goal but provided the assist for Michy Batshuayi’s 85th-minute goal from close range to make it 3-2.Morata assist for Batshuayi’s goal. ? pic.twitter.com/bx4uYGI3PE— Chelsea News (@Chelsea_FL) July 25, 2017Next up for Chelsea on their pre-season tour is Inter Milan on Thursday in the International Champions Cup. Video credit: TwitterRelated
Former Nigerian international Michael Emenalo has been appointed as the sporting director at French champions AS Monaco.The new development was revealed by the Principality club on Monday evening.Emenalo raised a few eyebrows when he resigned from his technical director position at Chelsea last month after a 10-year stint and it has not taken long for him to nab another big role on the European football scene. While speaking with the club’s website on his new appointment, Emenalo said, “This is a wonderful opportunity for me in a high-quality project.”“AS Monaco has shown great progress for several seasons and I am convinced that the future will be just as ambitious.” he added.“Vadim Vasilyev’s [Executive vice-president] willingness to see me join AS Monaco was decisive and, for me, the choice was natural after my decision to leave Chelsea.” he stated further.For Vadim Vasilyev, the Executive vice-president at AS Monaco, his appointment was a major coup.He said: “I am very happy to be able to count on him in Monaco. I invested a lot in his appointment.”“His know-how in detection and recruitment, as well as the technical experience acquired in one of the most successful clubs in recent years, are the reasons that led us to present this ambitious challenge.“This appointment is another sign of our ambition and our desire to be as competitive as possible.” he concluded.RelatedBREAKING: AS Monaco Sporting Director Michael Emenalo SackedJanuary 25, 2019In “Europe”Emenalo Finally Breaks Silence On Chelsea ExitDecember 5, 2017In “England”Chelsea Legend Blames Emenalo For Club WoesFebruary 7, 2018In “England”
Share FCA suspends all Wirecard UK transactions and services June 26, 2020 Share Submit GambleAware urges UK Finance to get strict on Gambling Blockers July 7, 2020 Related Articles Britain’s financial watchdog has warned spread-betting firms of poor practices, following a review by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) related to the industry’s use of contracts for difference (CFD)A warning letter has stated consumers are “at serious risk of harm,” after finding that the majority of customers lost money through their trades.The regulator revealed that it found 76% of retail customers who bought CFD products in the period covered by the review, June 2015 – June 2016, lost money as a result. In its letter to chief executives, the FCA stated: “The review uncovered areas of serious concern that we want to highlight to firms across the industry.”The providers of CFDs, which the FCA described as “complex, high risk instruments”, were also found to have “weak” conflict of interest controls, as well as “ineffective” communication, monitoring and challenge practices.This was in addition to a “flawed” due diligence processes when taking on new distributors of CFDsThe FCA warned: “Given the significant weaknesses we found across our sample, we believe there is a high risk that firms across the sector are not meeting our rules and expectations when providing and distributing CFDs.Adding that chief executives have now been told to consider whether firms are complying with FCA requirements.It was also noted that, some companies have stated their intent to cease offering CFD’s to distributors that provide the contracts on an advisory or discretionary basis, while others are no longer offering them to retail consumers.The FCA also highlighted one firm, who remained nameless, “whose arrangements were so poor” that it now plans to “take further action.” Treasury praises UKGC for contribution on AML research July 18, 2019 StumbleUpon
by Amber Schmitz, Sumner Newscow â€”Â Cancer effects everyone in some way, whether a friend, loved one, or you yourself are diagnosed with the terrible illness. There are many challenges to face, and not everyone wins the fight, but the American Cancer Society’s continued efforts help support research and the fight to end cancer.In an effort to raise money for the American Cancer Society, the local relay group will be holding the 20th annual Relay for Life Sumner County event this Saturday at Heritage Park/Memorial Auditorium in downtown Wellington from 6 p.m.-2 a.m.A free survivors and caregivers dinner will begin at 5 p.m. inside Memorial Auditorium at 208 N. Washington, provided by Sean and Dawn McCue. Parking is available in the former Apple Market parking lot, and golf cart transportation will be available. Promptly at 6 p.m., a survivors and caregivers victory lap will start the Relay for Life in Heritage Park, weather permitting. If weather is inclement, the victory lap and relay will be held inside the auditorium.So far locally, 10 teams and 55 participants have raised $9,510.93 toward the fight to end cancer.Luminaries in honor of survivors or those who have lost their battle with cancer will be available for purchase. The luminaria takes place after dark, and they are all lit during a quiet ceremony.There will be plenty of entertainment throughout the evening, including performances and prize drawings. The event is free and open to the public.The American Cancer Society Relay for Life is the world’s largest fundraising event to help end cancer. The event unites communities across the world to celebrate cancer survivors, remember loved ones who lost the battle with cancer, and take action to finish to fight to end cancer. The society helps save more than 500 lives a day, with the support of thousands of volunteers. Join the fight to take action against a disease that has taken too many lives!Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
Super Bowl 54 had a “Philly Special” moment early in the first half — a fourth-down trick play in the red zone with a big twist — er, turn.The Chiefs faced fourth-and-1 from the 49ers’ 5-yard line in the first quarter when coach Andy Reid called a play that was one part Notre Dame box, one part Temptations performance. When I talked to Andy Reid at the NFL Combine, he talked about how much fun he has watching college tape and stealing ideas. Single-Wing plays and Speed Option runs ripped straight from college playbooks. Give him credit for being open to new ideas as an “old” coach #SuperBowl— Bucky Brooks (@BuckyBrooks) February 3, 2020Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy told reporters just how far back the play goes. He actually gave credit to Notre Dame rival Michigan, which used the play to rout another Fighting Irish rival, USC, in a Rose Bowl more than seven decades ago.Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy on spin move trick play to convert 4th down vs. 49ers pic.twitter.com/wpOxC1DJMV— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) February 3, 2020Bieniemy was off slightly on the year: It was the 1948 Rose Bowl, which the Wolverines won 49-0.Chiefs really took a play Michigan ran in the 1948 Rose Bowl 😯 @Chiefs pic.twitter.com/VE0gvp0VQV— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) February 3, 2020The run will rank among the top gadget plays in Super Bowl history, right there with the reverse-and-pass play the Eagles pulled off against the Patriots in Super Bowl 52, with Trey Burton to Nick Foles. Leave it to a creative former Eagles coach to add to the list. Patrick Mahomes and his three backfield mates spun into a single wing formation, with running back Damien Williams getting the direct snap behind an unbalanced line. Mahomes added to the trickeration by faking a pitch to the deep back.Single wing anyone!! pic.twitter.com/0rxFLnE2mA— Coach Kenny Simpson (@fbcoachsimpson) February 3, 2020Williams’ run to the San Francisco 1 set up Mahomes’ touchdown run on a quarterback option two plays later for the Chiefs’ first points (and lead) of the game.MORE: Was Damien Williams out of bounds on go-ahead TD?Kansas City used plays that were more conventional to rally for a 31-20 victory and the franchise’s first Super Bowl victory in 50 years. SUPER BOWL VIDEO: 49ers-Chiefs highlightsSeems Reid had the play stored in the memory bank and was ready to bring it out for a special occasion, per NFL Network’s Bucky Brooks:
By Michele J. KuhnRED BANK – A new “boss” is coming to town.It’s the Cake Boss, aka Buddy Valastro. He and his family will be locating the latest branch of their Carlo’s Bakery at 86 Broad St., where Ricky’s Candy, Cones & Chaos had been. The outlet will be the fourth for the104-year Hoboken bakery, which has branches already operating in Ridgewood and Westfield and one planned for Greenwich, Conn.The location of a full-service bakery in Red Bank, where cakes, pastries, cookies and breads will be baked on premises, fits in with the company’s philosophy of locating in thriving, upscale downtowns.“We’re really looking for those great downtowns where we can be part of the community, part of that environment,” said Adam Bourcier, chief brand officer for Carlo’s. “Red Bank is a great walking downtown. Obviously it’s a year-round town that will probably end up being our strongest summer store.“We have no plans to go down the shore, if you will … (Red Bank) is a shore town without being a shore town,” he said. “It has the theater there… There are lots of great restaurants there. It really fits. When you look at Hoboken, Ridgewood, Westfield, a natural extension of that is Red Bank.”Plans call for the 3,400-square foot store to be open “by the holidays” with the best-case scenario being Thanksgiving and worst case by Christmas. Though the manager has not yet been named, Carlo’s expects to employ 25 to 30 people in the new location, Bourcier said.Representatives of the bakery were expected to drop off applications and floor plans to the borough on Thursday, Sept. 26, to obtain the necessary building permits. Because a bakeshop is already a permitted use in the location, no zoning or planning board approvals will be needed, Bourcier said.The store will feature a “cake bar” where customers will be able to see bakers making the sweets that will fill the store’s glass-fronted display counters. “People will be able to see cakes and other baked good and pastries being brought to life right in front of their faces,” he said.The longtime family business really got a boost and a national identity when it was first was featured in the TLC Network show Cake Boss in 2009. The show features Valastro and employees, many of whom are his family members, as they create fanciful and elaborate cakes for special occasions. Since the Cake Boss debuted, Valastro and Carlo’s has been the focus of other television shows and the business has grown to include its Lackawanna Cake Factory, the other downtown outlets and anonline presence where people can order baked good to be delivered across the country. Bourcier said, while the Red Bank location may occasionally appear on Cake Boss, it will not be regularly featured.“It’s still a family owned business…It’s always been a busy bakery. Obviously, since the show premiered in 2009, things have changed, especially at the Hoboken location. It became much more of a tourist-type destination. A lot of people obviously come to New York City, and Hoboken is a 15 or 20 minute PATH ride away,” he said. “Especially during the summer when there are school breaks, we’ll have people there from Australia at times.”Carlo’s also has a partnership with Norwegian Cruise Lines where they now have a bakery on one of the ships that goes out of New York.
[singlepic id=1010 w= h= float=none]The Monmouth County Park System recently recognized its valued volunteers at the Hominy Hill Golf Course in Colts Neck. The Park’s 1,115 volunteers gave 27,657 hours assisting with recreation programs, special events and park facilities.Volunteers assist with therapeutic riding lessons, lead trips, assist in offices, garden, lend a hand at cleanups and monitor endangered birds. Docent volunteers welcome visitors and share information about exhibits, programs and facilities. Leaders and instructors with the Outdoor Adventures program assist with the climbing wall, hiking, archery, biking and canoeing. Many special events and races such as Thompson Park Day, Monmouth County Fair and E. Murray Todd Half Marathon depend on volunteers to run smoothly.“As we celebrate your accomplishments, I think about the importance of volunteering and the impact of volunteers on our community. And the impact is astounding,” Monmouth County Freeholder and Park System Liaison Lillian G. BurryHere’s a list of volunteers who gave more than 40 hours in 2015:Talya Ackerman, MarlboroNicholas Alexander, Red BankAndrew Antoniolli, BrielleMary Baechle, HazletCatherine Bannon, LincroftJoan Berg, LincroftBenjamin Berube, Sea GirtDenise Bixby, HowellLois Blake, Colts NeckSara Bonardi, MiddletownChristine Bremseth, Tinton FallsMary Byrne, MiddletownAlyse Capriglione, Old BridgeBarbara Carroll, Colts NeckElizabeth Clarke, Tinton fallsSaul Cohen, FreeholdCarol Cohen, FreeholdJohn Connors, OceanKathleen Culver, Red BankDarlene DeBarba, Fair HavenCaitlin Delaney, LincroftBarbara Duggan, FreeholdDonna Dziobak, FreeholdXenia Ellenbogen, ShrewsburyNancy Endresen, HolmdelKathleen Evans, Tinton FallsIlona Fallon, HazletCarol Fornwald, Long BranchEmma Foster, OceanportBarry Fulmer, FreeholdCheryl Fulmer, FreeholdBonnie Gold, Long BranchRaymond Gonzalez, West Long BranchWilliam Hands, Red BankDonna Hansen, FreeholdKathleen Harbort, Fair HavenLisa Haskell, Fair HavenJoyce Henry, LincroftLiz Hespe, MiddletownJoseph Hnat, Colts NeckKatharine Hopkinson, Colts NeckJulie Hunt, Red BankAndrew Imperiale, Sea GirtVijaya Iyengar, HolmdelPatty Jaeger, EatontownDawn Johnson, AberdeenDanielle Kaden, HolmdelNadide Karacay, Wall TownshipRoberta Kilduff, MiddletownEllie Knecht, Red BankJune Krepow, Sea BrightDanika Kuzmick, JacksonStephanie Kwan, MarlboroJonathan Larisch, ManasquanAnnie Lee, HolmdelDaniel Lingelbach, NavesinkJeanette Lingelbach, NavesinkGayle Mancari, Long BranchGeorgia Mangan, Monroe TownshipMaury Mangan, OceanportLynne Martocci, Tinton FallsPeter Mastropaolo, Red BankSusan Mazur, Port MonmouthCorinne Mazzocchi, WallAlice McCaddin, OceanElaine McColgan, MiddletownPatrice McCoy, FreeholdKim McCracken, Red BankNancy Meagher, MiddletownPhillip Mejia, Long BranchRichard Mosca, Tinton FallsBonnie Muir, Long BranchJanice Mundy, FreeholdWilliam Murphy, Red BankJuliette Muth, AberdeenDawn Nahory, LincroftStephanie Nolan, EatontownMorgan Plosica, Monmouth BeachJeannie Poole, OceanportArturo Poznanski, MiddletownApril Qin, HolmdelRobert Randall, EatontownDaniela Rodriguez-Luna, Tinton FallsMegan Romanczyk, MiddletownMeryl Russell, CranfordWalter Salzmann, Sea GirtGail Sanderson, LincroftElizabeth Scharmann, NavesinkPatricia K. Sherwood, KeansburgEllen Simonetti, MorganvilleRita M. Smith, KeyportJill E. Socha, RumsonJason Stone, Port MonmouthMargaret Swan, BricktownHarrison Sweeney, BelfordColette Tabor, OceanportPatricia Thul, EatontownTaylor Toris, HazletDonald Van Buren, LincroftGerald Vernon, Jr., Fair HavenJoanne Walker, EatontownPayton Wall, RumsonKelly Watters, Red BankElaine Weigl, HowellHarmon Willey, ShrewsburySandra Wolfe, HowellChristine Yovnello, Red BankDaphne Yu, HolmdelVolunteers who gave over 100 hours of service:Werner Aehlich, HolmdelSara Beamin, Atlantic HighlandsEmily Berner, Red BankPatricia Bernstein, ColoniaJanet Breslin, JacksonMarvin Britten, MiddletownSandy Burn, Red BankStephanie Camp, NeptuneRebecca Carhart, Port MonmouthAnne Caruso, Long BranchNina Casola, HolmdelHelen Cole, FreeholdBridget Connolly, RumsonJudy Curry-Phipps, Atlantic HighlandsLouise DelCollo, Colts NeckEan Delehanty , West Long BranchBrianna Delmar, OceanJohn Donohoe, OceanportHarriet Ellner, Ocean GroveHarvey Evans, Tinton FallsBarbara Finazzo, JacksonHarden Fowler, Tinton FallsRuth Gariepy, HazletLoma Gault, HazletJames Gault, HazletMorgan Glossbrenner, Red BankJonela Grimaldi, MiddletownErin Gross, HolmdelRebecca Gwinnell, LincroftJudy Hands, Red BankEmily Hassell, AberdeenPatricia Hauser, AberdeenJames Henry, LincroftSusan Henschel, NeptuneAmanda Hintelmann, RumsonKristen Kircher, West KeansburgLinda Lawton, EatontownKelsey Leone, MiddletownGerry Lingner, Long BranchLois Lyons, Tinton FallsRalph Maratea, LakewoodConor Meehan, Little SilverCatherine Merker, MiddletownRichard Merker, MiddletownBarry Miller, MiddletownEileen Murphy, Red BankDavid Nass, Red BankLeslie Neiman, BelfordFrank Nofi, ManalapanAlex Osnato, North MiddletownDeborah Palumbo, Monmouth BeachBetty Randall, EatontownPaige Rockhill, HowellLinda Rovder, Monmouth BeachCara Ryan, HighlandsEleanor Swanson, Long BranchEllen Terry, MillstoneMargo Thornton, Tinton FallsAnn Tvaroha, Fair HavenNora Vail, HazletBarbara Venanzini, MatawanMarietta Weaver, Long BranchKharisma Whitford, Lincroft