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Monmouth County News Briefs, Aug. 18

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Enjoy an eclectic showcase of 116 inspirational works of art in acrylic, alcohol ink, mixed ink, mixed media, mosaic, oil, pastel, pen and ink, photo collage, photography, sculpture, stained glass and watercolor during August at the Guild of Creative Art, 620 Broad St., Shrewsbury (84 works by 54 artists in the main gallery; 21 works by 12 artists online; and 11 works by six artists in the lobby).

The “All-Member, All-Media No-Theme” gallery exhibit runs through Aug. 25. The Art Galleries Online Exhibits continue to be on displayed on the Guild’s website. The oil paintings of Regina Guarino and Ilene Smith will be featured in their main gallery show “Fall Into Realism” during September, according to a press release.

The Guild hours in August are Tuesday and Thursday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free; on-site parking is free. Visit guildofcreativeart.org to view the show and all of the Art Galleries 2020 and 2021 online exhibits.

 

The Brookdale Community College Foundation Scholarship Summer Bash was held recently in the Donald D. Warner Student Life Center and outdoor patio on the college campus in Lincroft and raised more than $200,000.

More than 200 attendees celebrated and showed their appreciation to the five honored Monmouth County hospitals: Bayshore Medical Center, Frank Citara; CentraState Medical Center, John Gibbin; Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Vito Buccellato; Monmouth Medical Center, Eric Carney; and Riverview Medical Center, Timothy Hogan; and all of their COVID response team members, according to a press release.

Carol Stillwell, co-chair with Karen Escobedo and Candy Langen-Sattenspiel, led a live appeal. Dr. Susan Whyman, vice president of the Brookdale Foundation and the Frank Whyman Scholarship sponsor, made the first donation, according to the press release.

“During the pandemic, I had a secret weapon that made each day a day filled with sunshine,” Whyman said. “The scholarship students at this college were there to give me hope. These students are now a treasured part of my life and they never fail to inspire me. They get good grades and they work more than one job, they also volunteer in the community and have a passion that drives them to give their families a better life.”

Brookdale Community College is the county college of Monmouth County.

 

The Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners is reminding residents about the career services available to workers through the Monmouth County Division of Workforce Development.

“With extended pandemic-related unemployment benefits set to expire on Sept. 4, thousands of businesses throughout New Jersey need workers. The Monmouth County workforce system is ready to help with a range of in-person and virtual career services,” said Commissioner Director Thomas A. Arnone.

“The free services include assistance with job search, resume and interview skills, career counseling, webinars, and information on training grants for unemployed individuals. All Monmouth County residents are also encouraged to register with SkillUp Monmouth, a free online portal with more than 6,000 courses focusing on business, IT and health topics,” he said.

For more information, contact Monmouth County Workforce Development at 732 683-8850, ext. 6011, or go to visitmonmouth.com

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