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Dec 2, 2016

A look at how local college football players did on Saturday

Indiana. LB Brandon Bell (Oakcrest) had nine tackles, including a sack and 1½ for a loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. LB Manny Bowen (Barnegat) had two tackles, including one for a loss. LB Kevin Marquez (Egg Harbor Township) had a tackle in Rutgers’ 49-0 loss to Michigan State. Division I FCS DL Austin Gray (EHT) had five tackles, including a half sack and one for a loss in a 31-21 win by St. Francis (Pa.) over Central Connecticut St. WR Toure Douglas (Vineland) had a 6-yard catch in Columbia’s 42-40 loss to Cornell. TE Jordan Powell (Lacey Township) had four catches for 30 yards in New Hampshire’s 36-25 loss to Albany. FB T.J. Anderson (Holy Spirit) had 33 yards rushing on 13 carries in Rhode Island’s 44-14 win over Elon. PK Jim Cooper Jr. (Mainland Regional) kicked a 33- and a 27-yard field goal in Wagner’s 40-5 win over Robert Morris. He also had four extra points and averaged 54 yards on eight kickoffs. LB Sunny Tapp (St. Joseph) had four tackles, including one for a loss, for Robert Morris. LB Jeff Steeb (Holy Spirit) had 10 tackles in Villanova’s 20-7 loss to James Madison. LB Ed Shockley (Millville) had eight tackles, including one for a loss. DB Gary Melton Jr. (Cedar Creek) had three tackles in Delaware State’s 45-14 los... (Press of Atlantic City)

Jul 5, 2016

'Women in Fiber' Exhibit at Wildflowers Too

As the owner of two stores in Barnegat Light, –Wildflowers at the Lighthouse, which has evolved into a fashion-forward clothes-as-wearable-art shop and more and Wildflowers Too, an art gallery – she has come to symbolize style on LBI.  For Wildflowers at the Lighthouse, “I’ve found some fabulous designers from Europe,” said Luker. “I feel with this show and the ‘Chairs of Inclusion’ exhibit last year, I’ve gone to the next level with what I could do with this space. “Maggie (gallery manager Maggie Smith Roedema) and I work as a team; we venture off to some town or city and visit all the galleries.” Luker also has a special interest in showing young, emerging artists whose work she admires. “Last fall we went to the Philadelphia Craft Show, and it was so inspiring. There’s some great new artists, and I met artist Sharron Parker; she’s from Charlotte, N.C. I had taken a class a few years ago with wet felting so I knew a bit about the process. I love her work.” Parker’s large felt wall hangings are abstractions that evoke earth, sea and sky. Parker ga... (The SandPaper)

Feb 2, 2016

Lucille Bates-Wickward, Longtime Owner Of Lucille's Country Kitchen Dies At 74

Southern Regional Rams fan.She is predeceased by her husband, James L. Bates in 1980, and her daughter Cathy Bates-Lomauro in 2009.More from Barnegat-Manahawkin Patch She is survived by her children; Diane Brown (Jim), Jeff Bates (April) and Karen Flynn (Stephen), her grandchildren; Kim, Will, Lauryn, Matt and James, her great-grandchildren; Patrick, Zoey and Jaclyn, her brothers; Donald and John Michel, her dear friend Ken Reviele of Texas, her many cousins, nieces and nephews and all her customers and employees that she called family.Please joins us in celebrating her life beginning with viewing hours from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 17 and from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 18 at Maxwell-Tobie Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 573 Mill Creek Road, Manahawkin, NJ 08050. A funeral service will follow at 11 a.m. at the funeral home, followed by burial at Reevestown Cemetery, Warren Grove, NJ. In lieu of flowers Lucille has asked that donations be made to the Lucille (Michel) Bates Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o The Bates Family, 1496 Route 539, Warren Grove, NJ 08005. Lucille was a loving mother, devoted grandmother, unique woman and beloved friend who touched the lives of all she came in contact with. Always quick with a laugh, smile or kiss, she was always a shoulder to lean on. As a tribute, Lucille’s Country Cooking will continue to serve in the same tradition and spirit. 0 Across New Jersey Trending Across Patch ? Subscribe to the free daily newsletter from Patch ... (

Feb 2, 2016

Thomas B. Reed, Jr. Of Barnegat Dies At 80

Courtesy of Barnegat Funeral Home:Thomas B. Reed, Jr., 80, of Barnegat passed away on January 14, 2016 at home surrounded by his loving family. More from Barnegat-Manahawkin Patch A US Navy Veteran, he retired from the state Department of Environmental Protection and was an active participant in the preservation of Sunfish Pond. He was a member of the F&AM Mariners Lodge 150, Barnegat and Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Warren County Forest # 14. An avid outdoorsman, Tom loved to hunt, fish, camp, garden, travel and spend time with his family. Predeceased by his parents, Thomas and Ruth Reed, he is survived by his loving wife of 42 years, Gabriele (Gaby); three children, Thomas A. Reed, Donna Reed, Joann and husband Jerry Maurio, Jr.; three wonderful grandchildren, Ella Reed, Randi and husband Pat Mulreaney, David and wife Molly Cary; four amazing great-grandchildren, Liam, Bradley, Josh and Cole; a brother, Richard Reed of CO; three brothers-in-law, Joseph and wife Patti Neuhof, Stuart and wife Dian... (

Jan 8, 2016

Charles Joseph Labin III Of Beach Haven Dies At 70

Beach where from the age of 10 he worked during the summers and often did not cross the bridge until the first day of school approached. More from Barnegat-Manahawkin Patch A 1963 Monsignor Bonner graduate, Mr. Labin graduated from Temple University, with an accounting degree. A year later, he left a Center City job for Long Beach Island, ultimately starting his family there and his business in Manahawkin. Mr. Labin served more than 30 years on the board of Southern Ocean County Hospital and served, at one time, as president of the Southern Ocean County Rotary Club, among other public service. A Certified Public Accountant, Mr. Labin was a life-long learner, having earned credentials as a Certified Financial Planner, a Certified Valuation Analyst, an IRS Enrolled Agent and an Accredited Estate Planner, among other certifications. Comfortable in conversation and with numbers, Mr. Labin spent considerable time with his family. He also enjoyed surfing and skiing and, especially, swimming in Barnegat Bay. A long-time season ticket holder, he supported the Philadelphia Eagles. Mr. Labin is also survived by his son, Charles IV and his wife Wendy, along with their children Carolina, Charles IV and Isabella, of Rehoboth Beach, DE.; Carolyn Labin and her husband David Weinstein, along with their children, Patrick, Matthew and Michael, of Cherry Hill, NJ; and, Kristen and Matthew Bekelja, along with their children, Wynn and Van, all of Beach Haven.Family and friends are invited to a viewing from 5 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, August 4, at Maxwell-Tobie Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 573 Mill Creek Road, Manahawkin, NJ. A second viewing will be held from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday... (

Jan 8, 2016

Garden Club of Long Beach Island Holiday Tour Celebrates 50 Years

Jacuzzi tub with large gold bouncing balls, and surrounding it with white orchids and poinsettias. “Coastal Retreat” in Barnegat Light was more cozy than colossal. A tranquil Buddha in the front garden set the mood for simplicity. On the porch, a Christmas table of wrapping paper and crafts seemed to invite children to play. A large Fraser fir tree was decorated with large red bulbs, gathered berry vines, antique metal stars and hand-colored post cards of bygone days on LBI. Inside, a hall table held a wooden carved crèche from Nicaragua. The galley kitchen was separated from the front sitting room by a granite-topped bar that held a lush topiary of fresh green and red vegetables. A “treat tree” of cookies, candies and snacks set off the back tile. A pass-through window from the kitchen to the back TV sitting room held bulb vases of fragrant paper-whites. The sitting room was embellished with a large arrangement of flowers in an antique toolbox. A 1950s train set circled the decorated tree. An antique four-post bed from Asia filled the master bedroom. Each small window above the bed had its own wreath adorned with red ribbons. A pretty arrangement in a chamber pot sat on an antique chair. Peg Felix and Linda White decorated a child’s room simply with handmade quilts. A red and white arrangement of white spider mums and other blooms filled the cockpit of a child’s toy pedal plane. Dolores Wichowski was one garden club member who donated some of her own pieces to fill out the holiday houses. A guest room held a bird-painted chest, so it was decided to use her antique white birdcages and fill them with greens. When exiting the “Coastal Retreat,” tourists were told to say goodbye to Santa and Mrs. Claus, who were roasting marshmallows in the backyard. From the sublime to the spectacular, “Dune Majesty” had sweeping views of the Barnegat Light dunes and inlet out to the ocean. Because of the mild weather, all were invited to enjoy the scene from the outside deck. The owners have a love of Key West as well as LBI, and the base furnishings reflected the tropical influence. Rather then fight the furnishings, house chairs Mary Stevens and Diane Barbieri chose jewel-toned decorations to meld with the color palette. The living room was chock full of the homeowners’ Santa Claus collection, including a Vaellian Folkart fishing Santa made to reflect the Island and available at The Good Life gift store in Surf City. In a guest bedroom, Santa was all packed for his well-deserved vacation to the tropics, the day after Christmas. The most talked about creation was “Lola,” a dress form that was dressed in pine and balsam fronds, peacock feathers, Mardi Gras beads and baubles. She commanded attention in the master bedroom. Joan Coughlin and Phyllis Trogani helped bring her to life. The game room featured the family tree fancifully decorated with playing cards and billiard balls. Garden club member Catherine Ruch made numerous swags to decorate the banisters and the game room. The outside entryway was decorated with a sled that had the Barnegat Lighthouse painted on the slats. Turning around now and taking the trip down island to Long Beach Township and Holgate for the last two houses allowed participants to take a break for the annual holiday tea that is held at the Brant Beach Yacht Club and included in the price of the tour. It featured tea sandwiches, cookies and treats all made by club members. Then it was time to stop in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, a space graciously donated by the parishioners, which held an expanded Garden Club of LBI Holiday Boutique. Wreaths, centerpieces, wood and shell decorations, watercolor paintings by Pat Morgan and more were available for holiday gift giving and decorating. Approaching “Nautical Breezes” in Long Beach Township from the rear yard allowed access to the outside kitchen, complete with a fireplace and sitting area perfect for views of the lagoon that leads to the bay. The interior walls of the house are covered with white shiplap, adding to the nautical feel. The tree decorated by house chairs Karen Martinez and Donna Evleth sported miniature sailboats with fabric sails, each one different and all made by Evleth. The open plan allowed guests to move from the kitchen to the living room and ... (The SandPaper)