Wednesday, November 21, 2012

A Thanksgiving Wish For The Jersey Shore 2012

Share on Facebook Life at the Jersey Shore has changed forever; however, the allure of living in close proximity to our beautiful Jersey Shore coastline will never die.
While clean-up has revealed the reality of all that Hurricane Sandy has destroyed, families who have lost their homes try to find some normalcy in their lives as the holidays approach.
Here at the shore a sense of thanks and hope is beginning to fill the air.  Tears and fears are turning to hope and thankfulness, for the future of our beautiful neighborhoods and safety of our families and friends who we will share this holiday season with. Homes and neighborhoods can be rebuilt; however, the lives of our family and friends cannot be replaced.
May you find solace in knowing the Jersey Shore shall be restored and new memories are waiting to be made.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Dawn Marie White

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Gov Christie in Seaside Park

Here is the complete video from yesterday's post.... There is a reason that New Jersey has Chris Christie, he could have ran for president but I believe than man upstairs said " Not Yet Chris" . I am glad that New Jersey has this man to advocate for New Jersey's recovery from our Katrina, "Sandy"

Friday, November 9, 2012

Hurricane SANDY ..... Please send a quick email to your local, state and federal representatives.

Today Governor Christie said "I want to be honest and direct about this. This recovery phase is going to take months — months, if not years — to be completed fully and to our satisfaction. The devastation we’ve seen over the last week is not something that can be rebuilt overnight. And I have to tell you a hard truth. Next summer is not going to be like last summer." The Governor stated, Sandy is our Katrina," and he would work to ensure New Jersey receives the same attention and federal support given to states along the Gulf Coast after the 2005 hurricane there. He said he planned to meet with his cabinet in the days ahead to map out a long-term strategy.

 If your looking to help ......Contact your representatives......... Fight for New Jersey. FEMA is currently sevicing all of the areas indicated on the map, on the front page of their web-site.... The people of New Jersey need to put heavy pressure on the Federal Government to support New Jersey quickly, for a speedy recovery. This must be done buy our officials from the local level up to the federal level. You local officials put pressure on the county and the county puts pressure on the state all the way up the line... Contact all of them..........We Are and must remain JERSEY STRONG"
This is far from over, and it has been particularly devistating to the Jersey Shore. Please send that e-mail........

Kind Regards & God Bless

Thursday, November 8, 2012