Freehold chiropractor Dr. Russell Brokstein is holding the 15th annual Holiday Food and Coat Drive, “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” Donations of coats, gloves, jackets and non-perishable food items are welcome to be donated at the Hometown Family Wellness Center, 9 Broadway, Freehold Borough.
Brokstein starts the annual holiday drive on Thanksgiving and will collect donations of non-perishable food items, coats and clothing items in good condition until Dec. 31.
“I opened Hometown Family Wellness Center in the town I grew up in to help the community be more healthy naturally and to give back to the town I love. So many people need our help during the holidays and winter. People shouldn’t be cold and hungry so I decided collecting warm coats, clothing items and food would be a great gift for the holidays to others. Please help us help others enjoy this holiday season and stay warm this winter,” Brokstein said.
Anyone who donates by bringing in at least five canned and/or boxed food items and/or coats will receive a certificate for a complimentary “Pain Relief and Health Consultation” for themselves or someone they care about.
The donated items will be delivered to the Open Door and St. Peter’s Thrift Shop on Throckmorton Street. For more information, call 732-780-0044 or visit http://www.ChiropractorFreehold.com
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties has announced the double-sided sale of 12 Broadmoor Drive, Rumson, for $2 million. A double-sided sale is when a property is listed and sold by the same real estate professional.
The property was listed and sold by Randy Beth Breitman of the company’s Manalapan office. It overlooks the Shrewsbury River and was previously owned by musician Richie Sambora. The waterfront property was sold with a dock, a boat lift and a riparian grant of the waterway.
Breitman has more than 20 years of real estate experience and focuses her career in commercial, residential, investment, industrial and corporate transactions.