Bayshore News Brief

COLTS NECK - Effective immediately, the Commanding Officer of Naval Weapon Station Earle has reinstituted a mask mandate for all personnel at both the Colts Neck and Leonardo sections of the Naval base.

All personnel are required to wear masks indoors.

MANALAPAN - Registration begins today, Monday Aug. 2 for Michael Ivankovich’s Virtual Appraisal Program to be presented Thursday, Aug. 12 at 6:30 by the Monmouth County Library. The first 30 confirmed registrants should receive an appraisal of one item, however, registration does not guarantee a virtual appraisal, since all are at the discretion of the appraiser and time constraints.

Visit at Upcoming Events for information on how to register and for further information on submitting items for appraisal. Since the object for appraisal cannot be viewed in person, a series of questions regarding specific markings and condition may be required and those presenting items should be prepared with the necessary information.

ATL. HIGHLANDS – The 18th annual Mark Spatola Blood Drive will be held Tuesday, Aug. 10 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Charles Hesse Parish Center, 55 South Ave. Appointments for donations can be made with Kim Spatola at 732-861-8374 or Loretta Gluckstein at 732-872-9305. Appointments can also be scheduled at

ATL- HIGHLANDS – The Parish Senior Club of Our Lady of Perpetual Help-St. Agnes Church is sponsoring a trip to Caesar’s Casino in Atlantic City, Wednesday, Aug. 11. A bus will depart the St. Agnes Church parking lot at 9 a. . and will return approximately 6:30 p.m. Cost is $35, with a voucher return of $30. Marie Nolan can be contacted for further information at 732-768-4503.

ATL. HIGHLANDS -Parishioners of Our Lady of Perpetual Help St. Agnes parish who are interested in becoming lectors at either church are invited to contact the pastor, the Rev. Jarlath Quinn at 732-291-0272, X 112 for further information


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