Longtime Rumsonite and volunteer with the borough’s PTO, Education Foundation, Holy Cross and Red Bank’s Lunch Break, Dorothy T. Bailey, lost her five-year fight against cancer on Oct. 3 at New York Tish Hospital. She was 63.Continue reading In Memoriam: Rumsonite, Volunteer, Business Women’s Advocate, Mentor, Dorothy T. Bailey, 63
Kids, police and parents took a successful ride with a message at the third annual Bike Rodeo in Rumson on Saturday.
By all accounts, the event, sponsored by the Rumson PBA and PTO, was a well-attended one in which youngsters ran obstacle courses and races for fun while learning some bicycle safety lessons.
As a bonus, bikes and helmets were inspected by Jonathan Erdelyi of Red Bicycle in Fair Haven, according to the Rumson PBA Facebook page.
Take a look at the slideshow and gallery above and below for a glimpse into the day via photos by Sarah Orsay, Rumson communications director and Detective Sgt. Chris Isherwood of Rumson Police Department.
The following is a press release from the Rumson School District:
From soulful ballads by talented vocalists and stirring performances by accomplished pianists, to comedy and dance extravaganzas and even a hard rock performance, there was something for everyone at the Forrestdale Follies talent show.
Presented by the Rumson Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), the Follies took place on the evening of April 16 in the school’s auditorium. Proceeds benefited the Rumson PTO.