Palm Pilot training session offered in Brick

Palm Pilot training
session offered in Brick

Larry Bailin, CEO of Single Throw, will present a training session on the use of Palm Pilots. This session is open to new users, residents thinking about ditching their old planners and even people who already have experience with Palm Pilots. This program is co-sponsored by the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce and Single Throw of Brick.

Attendees will learn about the business and personal benefits of palm computing and how having a PDA (personal digital assistant) helps with time management, organization, scheduling, contact management and much more.

The Palm Pilot training will be held Nov. 14 at Single Throw’s office at 445 Brick Blvd., Suite 208, Brick (near LoneStar Steakhouse). A continental breakfast will be available. Cost is $20 for chamber members.

For more information and time of meeting, call Pam at the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce at (732) 363-0012.

Historical society offers overview of Lakewood

The Brick Historical Society will meet on Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Herbertsville firehouse, Herbertsville Road. Professor Benjamin Pulcrano of Georgian Court College, Lakewood, will present a program on the history of Lakewood. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, call (732) 785-2500.

Film on New Zealand offered at library

The Brick Branch of the Ocean County Library will offer a film presentation titled "New Zealand, Land of the Kiwis: Part I," with Neil Moran, on Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. To preregister, call (732) 477-4513.

Gift auction to benefit handicapped children

Howell Elks Lodge No. 2515 will host a gift auction on Nov. 16 at the lodge, located at 84 Ramtown-Greenville Road, Howell. Proceeds will benefit handicapped children. Doors will open at noon and a luncheon will be served. Admission will be $5.

For information or directions, call (732) 458-2515.


Children’s cancer benefit slated at lodge

Children’s cancer
benefit slated at lodge

The Brick Community Players, in cooperation with Brick Elks Lodge No. 2151, will present "He Said, She Said," an evening of music, romance and laughter, on stage at the lodge, Old Hooper Avenue, Brick, Nov. 9.

Tickets are $12 per person and will benefit the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation, whose mission is to preserve the quality of life for families with a child who has been diagnosed with cancer.

For information or group rates, call (732) 840-2015.

Native Americans focus of kids’ library program

The Brick branch of the Ocean County Library, Chambers Bridge Road, will present a children’s program titled "Native American Tales" on Nov. 12 for children ages 7 and up. Preregistration is necessary.

To register or for more information, call (732) 477-4513.

Items for Community Bulletin Board may be mailed to:

Brick Township Bulletin, P.O. Box 5001, Freehold, NJ 07728. They also may be faxed to (732) 780-4192.