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  •  Drama Majors from RBR VPA Academy Perform for the Shrewsbury Homesteaders

    RBR Drama Majors Give Special Performance for Shrewsbury Homesteaders

    On January 12, an entourage of Red Bank Regional (RBR) drama majors from the renowned Visual & Performing Arts Center showcased their talents to the Shrewsbury Homesteaders at their January meeting. “We always look forward to a visit and performance from our high school’s talented Visual & Performing Arts students. The members absolutely love having the students perform.” The students treated their audience to a medley of performances in original song, poetry readings and play performances including soliloquies

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  •  The BUC Backer Foundation Invites you to their Ladies Luncheon on Jan 29

    RBR BUC Backer Foundation Hosts Ladies Luncheon and Gift Auction at the Beach Jan 29

    On Sunday, January 29, from 12 to 3:30 pm, the RBR BUC Backer Foundation will host its annual “Ladies Day Out” luncheon at McLoone’s Pier House, at Pier Village in Long Branch. With the theme this year of “Life’s a Beach” come for a cozy day at the seaside in the winter featuring chance auction baskets, a 3-course lunch, complimentary one-hour mimosas, cash bar and magnificent ocean views. Tickets are $55 per person; $45 for Senior Citizens and RBR staff. Tickets can be purchased through Pay Pal by January 18 at http://www.bucbackerfoundation.com/ladies-luncheon.html.

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  •  RBR students performed well in FBLA regional competition

    RBR Information Technology Students Take Top Spots in FBLA Regional Competition

    Sixteen RBR Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) students recently competed in the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) regional competitions held on December 6 at RBR. They ran the categories in several competitions taking First, Second, Third and Fourth Places in both Cyber Security and Networking Concepts. All students scored in the top ten, qualifying to advance onto the state competition which takes place in March in Atlantic City.

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  •  The Monmouth County girls from “HeretoHelp” pictured at their mission in an elementary school

    RBR Student Returns to Latin America with Friends to Help Students in the Dominican Republic

    For fourteen years, Mara Campolattaro of Rumson watched her dad take mission trips to the Dominican Republic to perform surgery as a pediatric ophthalmologist through ILAC (Institute for Latin American Concern). In 2015, she had the idea to start a father-daughter mission and made her first humanitarian trip to make her own contribution to the underserved in Latin America. She brought along her dad and her six best friends and their dads and built an aqueduct to bring clean water to the ...

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  •  RBR alumni Carey Neff and Garrett Sickels

    RBR Alumni Participate in the New Year’s College Bowl Games

    RBR alumni were well-represented at this year’s New Year’s football Bowl Games. People following the stellar career of Garrett Sickels, Red Bank, (who was recently selected the Most Valuable Defensive Player at Penn State) knew he would be playing in the Rose Bowl on January 2 in Pasadena, CA. But they probably didn’t know that he had some alumni company. Fellow RBR alumnus and Nittany Lion senior Clifford O’Malley, Little Silver, plays trombone for the Penn State Blue Band, ...

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  •  RBR Dance Majors Present their Winter Concert Jan 12

    RBR Dance Majors Present “Dancing Through the Decades” a Winter Dance Concert, Jan. 12

    On Thursday, January 12 at 7 pm, The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Visual & Performing Arts Academy (VPA) dance majors will present their winter dance concert “Dancing through the Decades” at the RBR theatre. RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver, NJ. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for senior citizens and children. All RBR students are free with student ID. Tickets can be purchased at the door. For more information, contact the RBR dance teacher Cara Scacco at Cscacco@rbrhs.org ...

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