Community Bulletin Board

New support group for
at-home moms to meet

Community Bulletin Board New support group for at-home moms to meet

New support group for
at-home moms to meet

The MOMS Club of Millstone Township will hold an open house at 10 a.m. July 28, at the Monmouth County Library Headquarters, 125 Symmes Drive, Manalapan.

The club was recently formed as a sister chapter of the MOMS Club of the Freehold Area, which will be joining them at the open house. As part of this start-up meeting, the group will discuss the formation of activity groups, which include play groups, park days, a monthly MOMS Night Out and monthly meetings with speakers and topics for discussion.

The MOMS Club is an international support group for mothers who stay home with their children, including those who have home-based businesses or who work part time. The group offers a range of activities, including special programs for mothers, play groups for children, and get-togethers for the whole family. The MOMS Club also performs service projects benefiting needy children in the local community.

All meetings and most activities are held during the day and mothers may bring their children with them to all MOMS Club activities. The MOMS Club of Millstone Township is open to mothers from Millstone Township and Roosevelt. At this particular event, the Millstone MOMS Club will be joined by its sister chapters, The MOMS clubs of Freehold and Manalapan. For more information, contact Diane at (732) 786-1602.

The Nerds, fireworks,

movie in Freehold Twp.

The Cpl. Philip A. Reynolds Detachment, U.S. Marine Corps League, Freehold, will partner with the Freehold Township Parks and Recreation Department for their first concert and movie in the park.

On July 31 at Michael J. Tighe Park (formerly Liberty Oak Park), Freehold Township, The Nerds will perform from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. A fireworks display will follow at 9 p.m. and the movie will begin at 9:15 p.m. The name of the movie could not be published because of license restrictions.

The Marine Corps will be selling food at a concession stand to raise funds for programs supported by the Marines. Some of the programs are Toys for Tots, bingo at nursing homes, food for the needy, veterans’ burials, and outreach programs at veterans hospitals.

Concert to feature Celtic, Early American music

Charlie Zahm, a renowned interpreter of traditional American and Celtic music, will perform at the Old Yellow Meeting House in Upper Freehold Township Aug. 7 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. The concert is open to all ages, and admission is free.

Zahm performs at Early American, Celtic and maritime music festivals east of the Mississippi. He also performs music of the Civil War era at re-enactments and other Civil War events. For more information, call Bill Wentzien at (609) 259-2534, or e-mail