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2nd Annual Leprechaun Leap:Brigantine to help South Jersey Cancer Fund - Monday, March 26, 2012

Costumed pets strutted their stuff, local artisans displayed their best work and two dozen brave souls took a brief dip in frigid waters Sunday, all in the name of raising money for the South Jersey Cancer Fund. The second annual Leprechaun Leap in Brigantine melded together many forms of fundraising into one at the suggestion of Brigantine residents who worked together to come up with the idea for a post-St. Patrick’s Day celebration, said Isabel Pullella, leading organizer and the wife of Brigantine Councilman Tony Pullella. Last year’s event raised $8,000.

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South Jersey Non-Profit Marine Center Faces Uncertainty With Federal Grant Cuts Looming

CBS Philly (channel 3) - March 7, 2012

Employees at the non-profit marine mammal-stranding center in Brigantine bring back a 60-pound harbor porpoise that washed up on Long Beach Island Wednesday. As they try to determine what caused its death, four harbor seals picked up from other beaches recover inside the center’s bays. A proposal in President Obama’s budget to eliminate a federal grant program, which provides over $100,000 a year to this center and others like it nationwide, has the center’s director Bob Schoelkopf concerned about its ability to cover 1,800 miles of coastline each year.

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Brigantine Polar Bear 2012: Brave souls in costume take polar plunge for a cause - Monday, January 2, 2012

There was a clear division between the people who were taking the plunge Sunday and those who were simply at the city’s north end seawall to watch.Spectators were dressed in furry boots, sweatshirts and pants, while those brave enough to take part in the annual Brigantine Polar Bear Plunge voluntarily removed their layers and stripped down to less-weather-appropriate attire.

Click here to see a gallery of photos

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Census results show N.J. Shoretown populations are shrinking via New Jersey Real-Time News - Friday, May 13, 2011

There is a shift in population happening in New Jersey shore communities. The 2010 U.S. Census figures show the towns closest to the shore and beach are seeing dramatic decreases in population. The borough of Avalon lost nearly 38 percent of its year-round population over 10 years while Seaside Park, Lavallette, Mantoloking and Deal each lost about 30 percent of their residents. Southern locales like Sea Isle City, Brigantine and Ocean City each had about a 25 percent reduction. users are discussing what population decreases means and why it may be happening.

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Brigantine Polar Bear 2011: Hundreds take icy plunge to help fund homes for families of wounded soldiers via The Star-Ledger - Saturday, January 01, 2011

The annual Brigantine Polar Bear plunge went off with a bang this afternoon with hundreds of people taking an icy plunge into the Atlantic Ocean following a gun salute.

Photo's from the Star-Ledger can be found here!

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Atlantic City Airshow highlights events At The Shore - Wednesday August 25th, 2010

The Atlantic City Airshow "Thunder Over the Boardwalk" featured military and civilian pilots performing stunts and demonstrations over the beach and Boardwalk.

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Hydro-Turf APBA National Tour (with Ronnie!)

The American Power Boat Association (APBA) sponsored the 2010 Hydro-Turf APBA Watercross National Tour at Colonial Beach, VA.  Onlookers were treated with the rare experience of seeing some of the top racers in the world of water cross racing.  One of which was, one of our very own Jet-Tek H2O personnel, Ronnie Walker.

Jet-Tek H2O's own skills and experience go into racing performance modifications that allowed Ronnie to place third in Moto 1, and 8th out of 17 riders overall within the 2 days races (complete list of riders and results found here).  Ronnie's bragging rights can be found at our Brigantine NJ location

Ronnie Walker APBA 2010 Colonial BeachClick the image (of our own Ronnie Walker) on the right to see a larger view of Ronnie taking the lead in Moto1.

To see more pictures from the 2010 Hydro-Turf APBA Watercross National Tour at Colonial Beach, VA click here.

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New Jersey eyes path of oil spill

6 abc Action News - Wednesday, 05/26/2010

BRIGANTINE, N.J. - May 26, 2010 (WPVI) -- The State Department of Environmental Protects and Rutgers University are taking no chances when comes the oil spill and New Jersey beaches.  

With New Jersey sea shore towns preparing for the multibillion dollar summer season, scientists say the chance that tar balls will wash up in the next couple of months is very remote.

"Whatever is floating in the surface has to come ashore across about 400 miles of northeast Atlantic Ocean," Stewart Farrell, director of the Coastal Research Center at Richard Stockton College said. (Read more at 6 abc Action News)

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State Police: Jet Ski Law Changes

Cape May County Herald - Wednesday, 05/19/2010

WEST TRENTON — Personal watercraft operators are reminded that New Jersey personal watercraft laws have recently changed.

According to New Jersey State Police, the law now states that a person is not permitted to operate a personal watercraft above minimum headway speed within 100 feet of buoys or signs that mark the boundaries of a swimming area, the shoreline, any person in the water, or residential dwelling units. Additionally, personal watercraft are not permitted to be operated in such a manner so as to make the vessel completely leave the water or otherwise become airborne within 100 feet of another vessel.

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Preexisting laws that remain unaffected by the recent changes require that personal watercraft be operated only between sunrise and sunset and during times of good visibility.

Personal watercraft are not permitted to be operated within the confines of the Point Pleasant Canal in Ocean County, or the Cape May Canal in Cape May County. Personal watercraft operators must be at least 16 years of age, and must have a boating safety certificate in their possession.

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