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Atlantic Highlands NJ News
Dec 15, 2016
Guild of Creative Art Announces December Holiday Exhibit Medal Winners
Best in Show, “Folk Festival” by Eileen Kennedy of Red Bank; Silver Achievement Award - Painting “Fighting Against the Evil” by Miguel Figueras of Atlantic Highlands, Silver Achievement Award - Photography “It’s Paramount” by Marilyn Baldi of Tinton Falls,
Bronze Achievement Awards: “Acid Sunrise” by Sherry V. Blossom of Long Branch, “Field of Flowers” by Val Morone of Brick, “Manasquan Reservoir, Waterside View” by Mike Menendez of Freehold, Orchids by Pat Axani Ellson of Eatontown, “Rhythmic Verticals” by George Hess of Red Bank, “Seeing Stars” by Vicky Culver of Howell, “Philly” by Susan Currie of Parlin, and “Island Man on Bike” by Tyler Nunnally- Duck of Red Bank.
“Manasquan Reservoir, Waterside View” by Mike Menendez of Freehold
In addition, small works “Cash & Carry” by Guild Exhibiting and Associate members - reflecting an assortment of media and subject matter - will be on display in the studio, along with donated art, photography and sculpture to benefit the Guild and Habitat for Humanity.
Guild Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8am-4S30; Thursday 8am-6pm and Saturday from 10am-3 pm. The Guild is closed Mondays, except for classes. Free admission, and free on-site parking.
This progra... (Atlantic Highlands Herald)Jul 27, 2016
TRAVEL: Five Days in Cuba
Cuba and the United States is to leave it up to the teenagers. Especially if they are teens like Catherine Curtin of Atlantic Highlands and Ava Zockoll of Bay Head. Because while negotiations are going on at high levels between the bureaucrats of both nations, and compromise and trade-offs are slowly making it easier for Americans to travel there, 16-year old Catherine, a junior at Red Bank Catholic High School designed a week long stay in Cuba’s capital to interact with Cuban teens on the volleyball court. Eager to join her on the expedition were RBS’s girls’ volleyball team captain Zockoll, Ava’s mother, Nancy, and Catherine’s parents, Dan and Tricia Curtin. And me. The Curtins asked me to accompany them on the trip so I could report it for newspapers and magazines.
Life is certainly good.
The Curtins instilled in their daughter the desire to help others less fortunate than herself and encouraged her to come up with creative ways in which she can combine a vacation with helping others. Knowing that Cuba is just opening its borders after a decades long embargo, Catherine thought interacting with Cuban teens in... (Atlantic Highlands Herald)Apr 22, 2016
Arlene L. Dean
Harbor, died April 16, 2016.
Bunny was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, on May 7, 1941 to Richard A. and Ruth Marie Lucas.
In 1959 she graduated from Atlantic Highlands High School where she achieved distinction serving as editor of the school newspaper, president of the Press Club, and captain of the varsity cheerleading team and “Yell Squad.” She graduated from Cedar Crest College in Allentown, Pennsylvania with a focus on art and was also a member of the concert choir. Bunny became an accomplished artist of over 150 works, mostly in the acrylic medium. She was an award-winning competitor in exhibitions in Houston, Galveston, Clear Creek and Baytown, Texas; Monmouth County, New Jersey; Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania; and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. She was also active in art guilds in the NASA community in the 1960s after marrying Richard E. Waite of Trenton, New Jersey, a neurophysiologist who worked closely with the astronauts during the manned spacecraft program.
Bunny brought her artistic touch to every home she lived in and those of her family and friends. She had a gentle, elegant grace that exuded love and was a wonderful mother and homemaker. Bunny also had a keen sense of... (Boothbay Register)