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.

Volunteers needed for holiday ‘Red Kettles’

November signals the start of the Salvation Army’s "Red Kettle" campaign. The proceeds from kettle donations are used by the Salvation Army to provide food, clothing, shelter, day care and other services, according to a press release.

Kettle donations also provide the funds used for seasonal assistance such as hot meals, warm clothing, and small toys for children.

Volunteers are needed to donate four or more hours at a kettle location to help those less fortunate. Individuals, school groups, churches, service organizations and clubs are welcome to help in this effort. For further information, call Tricia Pellegrini at Salvation Army headquarters, (908) 851-8227.