Edition #38 | 1/7/21 | www.TheTodayPaper.com

Who are you? Who do you want to be? What do you want to experience and accomplish in 2021? Click Here to read Stacey Rose's article and make 2021 your best year ever!
TFCP welcomes all families & does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, ethnicity, color, gender, sexual orientation or disability.

A Milewise auto policy is great for people who work from home, retirees, stay-at-home parents or anyone who doesn't drive much. To learn more, call Lucie at (732) 681-5500.

On Thursday, January 21st at 7:30pm, Congregation Torat El will hold the next event in its innovative “Meet the Author” series… via Zoom. This program will feature Esther Amini, author of Concealed. There is no charge for this event but registration is required. Click Here to learn more and to register.

234 Industrial Way, Eatontown (732) 542-5266

3455 Route 66, Neptune (732) 643-0098

802 West Park Ave, Ocean Twp (732) 918-4848

2345 Rt 66, Seaview @ Jersey Strong (732) 493-3624

33 Newman Springs Rd, Tinton Falls (732) 450-8000

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No Limits Cafe in Middletown recently donated 40 RallyCap Sandwiches to Lunch Break to help families in need! Nice Work No Limits Cafe!

Call or Text Elliot at 917-992-9330 for your FREE ESTIMATE!

Help Support the IAATO's Scholarship & Youth Programs by purchasing 50/50 Raffle Tickets! Click here for a printable PDF with more details and instructions to purchase raffle tickets.

The expression, "Close, But No Cigar" dates back to the 1920s. Around this time, carnival games targeted adults instead of children. So, cigars were a popular prize. When someone failed to win a game the person in charge would say "Close, But No Cigar."

In the season finale - Dusty Waters takes driving lessons, Blue the Monster and Fluffy Bud practice telekinesis and Legendary Street Musician Dennis McDonough performs. Click Here to Watch on YouTube!

The LADACIN Virtual Plunge will kick off on January 16th and run through January 30th! The event will support LADACIN’s educational, therapeutic, social, residential and support services for over 3,500 infants, children and adults with complex physical and developmental disabilities or delays living in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Click Here for the full article and different ways to participate.

Monmouth Acts is helping Monmouth County residents navigate the COVID-19 crisis. Whether you or someone you know needs guidance, resources, mental health support, or just someone to talk to, Monmouth Acts can help! Call (732) 542-6422 Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm.

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