Over 400 Corvettes Roll Into Ocean City on Sunday
(Sept. 23) One of the largest Corvette Shows in the country will be held here on Sunday. Over 400 of the popular cars will be displayed on the Boardwalk starting11:30 a.m. The autos will date back to the Corvette’s first model in 1953 and extend to the present.
The show is one of the largest in the East with Corvette owners from
Registration is from till at the
Cars depart for the Boardwalk at approximately and park there till The line of Corvettes extends from 7th to 12th Streets and beyond on the Boardwalk. There will be a special wedding themed display in front of the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace, featuring Corvettes. The Corvette Club will be headquartered at that location and offer T Shirts for sale.
The Ocean City Humane Society will also have a display in front of the Pier. Volunteers will be selling items and collecting donations to support the award winning, “no kill” shelter. All animals brought to the shelter are either found a home or given one at the Humane Society.
There will be an awards ceremony in front of the Music Pier at Proceeds from registration fees benefit local charities. The show is sponsored by the Boardwalk Corvettes. For information, call the club’s hotline, (609) 457-0081or access www.boardwalkcorvettes.com.
(Sept 28) The New Jersey Run For the FALLEN is an organization of runners and support crew whose mission is clear: To run one mile for every New Jersey Service Member killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom and New Dawn.
The Ocean City Community and their friends are urged to join with American Legion Post 524 on this very special Friday to support the crews and honor the fallen when the runners arrive at these mile markers in Ocean City where a brief ceremony will be held: 2:45 p.m. Bay Ave. south of 55th St. to honor Cpl. Luigi Marciante Jr.; 54th
(Sept. 29) Walk for the WOUNDED: A three mile walk to benefit Operation First Response, an organization dedicated to providing financial and emotional support to soldiers returning from overseas. Registration begins , a ceremony honoring our soldiers will be held and the walk will leave the Music Pier at Visit www.ochome.com , click on walk tab or call Tricia Ciliberto (609) 399-0012 ext.1106.
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(Sept. 29-30) The Ocean City FINE ARTS LEAGUE,
THESE ORGANIZATIONS NEED YOUR HELP!: The FALL
Most needed items include canned fruit, canned meats, canned potatoes and vegetables, cereal, crackers, dry milk, Hormel Microwave meals, jelly, juice, macaroni and cheese, pasta, peanut butter, pork and beans, ramen noodles, ravioli, rice, Spaghetti O’s, Spaghetti Sauce, teabags and tuna.
The Tournament raises dollars to fund landmark research and to give children with Cystic Fibrosis the quality of life and future they deserve.
The Ocean City Free PUBLIC LIBRARY, 17th and
in Main Lecture Room N110. The free September Jazz series presented by the Somers Point Jazz Society continues on Sun., Sept. 23 at in the Main Lecture Room. You’ll hear the music of Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul and Chick Corea featuring the Demetrios Pappas Quintet. For information on the Library’s many programs, call (609) 399-2434.
REMINDERS: The American Legion’s Inaugural
(Sept. 21through Oct. 13) The Ocean City Repertory Theater Co.,