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Community Tutoring runs every Tuesday and Wednesday 6-7:30pm at River Street Commons-49 Catherine Street, Red Bank. For more information contact: Suzanne Keller 732-842-8000 ext. 1-236 or email email@example.com.
Every year, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) High School celebrates Black History Month with a heartwarming program for its student body. Sponsored by the Multi- cultural club, the history club and Visual & Performing Arts Academy students contributed their talents in highlighting Black Americans timeless contributions to American Society. RBR Principal Risa Clay greeted her students explaining the reason we celebrate this month stating, “It is imperative that Americans learn the complete history
February 3rd was a big day to be a Buc, as three members of Red Bank Regional’s football team committed to continue their playing careers on the college level. Sean Naiman, Sadiq Palmer and Teddy Mitchell all signed their National Letters of Intent to play Division I football next fall. Naiman, a defensive end and tight end for the Bucs, will now take his talents to Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, where he will wear the blue and orange of the Bucknell Bison for the next four years. Naiman spearheaded
Every month, the Shrewsbury Homesteaders, a senior citizen group, meet at the historic Presbyterian Church to conduct their business. Sometimes they mix a little pleasure with business. Following their report of the state of Shrewsbury by Mayor Don Burden, they were treated to the instrumental talents and beautiful voices of their hometown high school, Red Bank Regional (RBR) and its Visual & Performing Arts Academy (VPA) piano and voice majors. Classically trained, the students performed ...
On December 5, ten Red Bank Regional (RBR) seniors were honored by the Phi Upsilon Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity’s Annual Achievement Week Awards Ceremony held at Neptune Middle School. The RBR students as well as others from Ocean and Monmouth Counties were inducted into the Fraternity’s Scroll of Honor. Robert L. Austin of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity wrote to each high school of their recipient students, “The Fraternity recognizes the accomplishments of students from Monmouth and
The Andrew Kroon Memorial Scholarship Fund, operating under the auspices of The SOURCE at Red Bank Regional (RBR), is helping to make dreams come true through its scholarship program. Founded over ten years ago, this program assists qualifying Latino students at RBR in affording their dream of college. To benefit the scholarship, the foundation is sponsoring a fashion show and gift auction on Sunday, February 21 from 12 to 3 pm, at the Oyster Point Hotel, 146 Bodman Avenue in Red Bank ...