Business Briefs

The Greens Restaurant and Banquet Hall, overlooking the Cream Ridge Golf Course on Route 539 in the Cream Ridge section of Upper Freehold, has re-established its Thursday buffet. Priced at $14.95 plus tax and gratuity, the buffet is served 5-9 p.m. every Thursday evening. Children under 12 (one child per adult) dine free. Guests can enjoy a range of soups, salads, appetizers, cheeses, pasta station and fish, plus a selection of desserts. Shrimp, Caesar salad and carved London broil are all on the menu. Beverages are additional and The Greens offers a full bar. For reservations call 609-259- 5700. For banquet menus, go to

Millstone Kiddie Academy invites local children to Camp Adventure, a program for children 1 to 12 years old that encourages hands-on participation in self-directed activities, enabling campers to develop new skills and interests.

The program includes themes such as: “Kiddie Academy Olympics,” “How Things Work,” “Dream Vacations” and “Once Upon a Time.” The camp offers the opportunity for children to participate in its new pen pal program where children from various Kiddie Academy locations can correspond.

For more information, contact Kristina Solimeo at 732-446-0029 or visit the center at 518 Highway 33, West Millstone.

Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A., has announced that the following local residents have been selected for inclusion on the 2009 New Jersey Super Lawyers list as designated by Law & Politics magazine: Darren M. Gelber and Edward T. Kole, both of Manalapan; Hesser G. McBride Jr. and Randall J. Richards, both of Middletown; Stuart A. Hoberman of Morganville; and Vince P. Maltese of Colts Neck.

In addition, Peter A. Greenbaum of Allentown; John M. Cantalupo of Colts Neck; Todd E. Lehder of Fair Haven; and John E. Hogan of Shrewsbury have been selected for inclusion on the Rising Stars list.

The lists were published in the April 2009 edition of New Jersey Monthly and New Jersey Super Lawyers.

Only 5 percent of lawyers in the state are named in the Super Lawyers list and they represent a wide range of practice areas, firm sizes and geographic locations.

Additionally, only 2.5 percent of lawyers in the state are named to the Rising Stars list representing up-and-coming attorneys who are either 40 or under or have practiced for 10 years or less.

Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A., founded in 1919 by David T. Wilentz, is a law firm with offices in Woodbridge and Eatontown, New York City, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.