Screening & Reception at Monmouth University

 

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“Outstanding,” said Stephen Wilkowski after viewing the video premiere with his wife Debbie.  “It’s just inspiring . . .  It gets us thinking at a higher level, to really value what we have.”

 

Ed Pomphrey of Rumson. “There’s a reason people settled around here – the natural beauty, farmland,” said Pomphrey. “It’s a beautiful area,” added his wife, Sarah Pomphrey, who said it was important to praise those who had the foresight to save what was portrayed in the video.

 

Quotes from Two River Times article by Joe Sapia

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We can’t do this without you!

Thank you to everyone who joined us at our premiere on April 17 to celebrate the parks, trails, historic sites and waterways in Monmouth County as well as  the organizations, staff and volunteers who serve as stewards of these sites.

 

It was beautiful day, a perfect setting at Wilson Hall and the best audience. Thanks to Monmouth University for hosting the event, and Saker ShopRites for sponsoring the reception.

 

And a big thank you to everyone who sent notes and emails about the show and especially to those who generously donated to help create programs on nature, history and farming in the Garden State.

 

Photos by John Costanzo – thanks John! 

 

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