YOUNG AT HEART LUNCHEON
Due to Covid regulations, we have been unable to host Young at Heart during the 2020-21 season. Check back here for more details. Seniors are welcome to attend our Young at Heart program six times each year in Webster Hall for a delicious lunch prepared in our church kitchen and served at your table by a team of Tower Hill folks. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed, providing an excellent opportunity to connect with old friends and new friends. It’s a wonderful mix of Tower Hill members and people from the community. All are welcome.
Young at Heart meets at noon in Webster Hall. Below are the 2019-2020 season dates and topics:
Friday, October 11
Restoring the Navesink – a discussion of monitoring, tracking and remediating pollution sources of the Navesink, with the goal of restoring a healthier quality of life to our beautiful river, presented by Bill Heddendorf from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
Friday, November 8
The Navajo Code Talkers and their Service to America – How They Helped the United States Win World War II, a slide show with music presented by Rutgers radio host, Don Buzney.
Friday, December 6*
A Christmas Music Celebration with Dan Corboy and the Elf Band – always fun and festive!
*Please note that the December meeting will be held on the first Friday of the month this year.
Friday, March 13 ** Please note this luncheon has been canceled.
Slavery in Monmouth County – a discussion of the under-acknowledged history of slavery in Monmouth County as revealed through property records, presented by author and County Historical Commission member, Joe Grabas.
Friday, April 3* THIS LUNCHEON HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
The Christian Brothers Academy’s Pipes and Drums Band – a performance by one of the few all student pipe bands in the nation, led by Father Frank Byrne, president of Christian Brothers Academy.
*Please note that the April meeting will be held on the first Friday of the month this year.
Friday, May 10 * THIS LUNCHEON HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
The Lenape Mail Carriers and the Origin of the United States Postal System – a presentation by Clair Garland on how our local native Americans were trusted to efficiently and reliably carry messages from fort to fort in the northeast and thus become the forerunners of the USPS.
As usual, a delicious lunch will be served each month.
Reservations are needed for each meeting ($5)
Please call the church office (732-747-1348) or
Kathy Gahn (732-747-6055) or email Kathy at