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(Sept. 22) Over 350 CORVETTES will roll into Ocean City on Sunday. The huge show will include all Corvette models ever produced. The Boardwalk Corvette Club reports the display will stretch from 5th to 14th Streets on the boardwalk. The exhibit is scheduled from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. No bikes will be permitted in the area during this time.

The Boardwalk Corvette Club will also have cars exhibited on the concrete area in front of the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace. The Show's theme this year is "Jersey Strong." Corvette T Shirts will be sold at this site. Proceeds benefit local charities.


The Ocean City Humane Society will also have a sales table at the Music Pier. They will sell items to benefit the "no kill" shelter named one of the outstanding organizations of its size in the country.


Following the Corvette Show The Quest documentary film will be shown inside the Music Pier. This film traces the beginnings of Corvette racing at the famedLe Mans Endurance Race in France. Corvettes first competed at Le Mans in June 1960. The movie recaps the historic race and what happened to both Corvettes and their drivers.


The film highlights the story of a unique bond between father and son. Sharing his father's passion for Corvettes and racing, Lance Miller, an Ocean City native, fulfills his father "Chip" Miller's dream to find the 1960 Class Winning #3 Corvette and restore it. Chip Miller, co founder of Corvettes at Carlisle, passed away from Amyloidosis, before he could locate the car.


"Bringing THE QUEST to my amazing hometown means so much to me," said Lance. "Each summer the City comes together at an annual Surf Fest to support our foundation to combat the rare disease that took the life of my father. I am so grateful for this continual outpouring of support."

The Sunday event provides a unique opportunity to see the 1960 Le Mans Corvette on display prior to the movie premier. It will be parked in front of the Music Pier at 5 p.m. followed by the Quest film at 6 p.m. There will be a meet and greet with the filmmakers at 7:45 p.m. Tickets are $20. All proceeds benefit the Chip Miller charitable foundation.

Corvette enthusiast Corey Korpita will create two sand sculptures of Corvettes during the afternoon on the beach opposite the Music Pier.

(Sept. 20) The Cape May County American Legion Posts will conduct the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony on Friday, September 20, 2013 to ensure that those courageous Americans, who gave their lives to preserving and protecting our freedom, will never be forgotten. The Ceremony will begin at 11:00 a.m. at the Veteran's Memorial located at the Ocean View Service Area on the Garden State Parkway (mile marker 18.3). All members of the community, especially veterans, are encouraged to attend.
(Sept. 21) WALK to Defeat ALS. Registration begins 9 a.m. at the 6th St. Practice Field, next to the Sports and Civic Center. The two mile walk raises funds to support patient services and research into finding a cure for Lou Gehrig's disease. Call (215) 643-5434 or visi www.alsphiladelphia.org

(Sept. 21) International COASTAL Clean Up: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. hosted by the New Jersey Clean Communities Council. Check in at Ocean City Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace, for clean up supplies. All organizations and families are encouraged to participate in this annual event to keep our beaches and bay clean and safe and to protect the coastal environment. For information, call (609) 399-6111 ext. 9711.


(Sept. 21) 6th Annual Music from the HEART Variety Show: A night of song and dance to benefit the American Heart Assn. See the stars of tomorrow make a difference today, 6 p.m. at the Music Pier. Tickets are $10 at the door. Call Chris (609) 653-4677.


(Sept. 22) The Ocean City Environmental Commission is hosting a Bay Clean Up from noon to 2 p.m. at the Tennessee Ave. Boat Ramp. Residents, visitors and groups are encouraged to bring their Kayaks and canoes. The Environmental Commission asks volunteers to meet in the boat ramp parking area at 11:45 a.m. The Commission will provide work gloves and bags. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older and a waiver form must be signed. For more information, contact City Hall at (609) 399-6111 ext. 9285.


(Sept. 27)  NJ RUN for the Fallen honors New Jersey Service Members who have fought and died in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom and New Dawn. Relay teams cover one mile for each fallen service member in run from Cape May Light House to the New Jersey Veterans Memorial. The run starts 8:30 a.m. and will cover 172 miles. Each mile covered will be dedicated to a New Jersey Hero and the team will stop at each Hero Marker to present an American Flag and biographical card to waiting Gold Star family members, friends and comrades. The intent is to create a 172 mile memorial trail through New Jersey. A Gold Star Family is a family who has lost an "immediate" member in support of our Nation's Freedom.


Members of the American Legion Post 524 and their friends are urged to come together on this very special day to greet runners as they come through Ocean City. For information on stop locations, call Jack Hagan (609) 304-3088, the City Public Relations Office, (609) 525-9300 or visit the Run website www.njrunforthefallen.org.,or City website www.ocnj.us.


(Sept. 28) WALK for the Wounded: A three mile walk on the Boardwalk supporting Operation First Response. Registration begins 8:30 a.m. in front of the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace. A ceremony honoring our soldiers begins at 9:30 a.m. and the walk kicks off at 10 a.m. for more information visit www.ochome.com or call (609)399-0012 ext. 1106.


(Sept. 28-29) MS City to Shore Ride: Over 7,000 cyclists raise over $5 million to combat Multiple Sclerosis in one of the largest bike tours in the Country. The ride is fully supported with catered rest stops and SAG transportation. Choose one of several route options and enjoy the flat terrain as you travel through the quaint towns and back roads of Southern New Jersey. This is not just a ride but an experience! The sense of accomplishment you'll feel crossing the finish line can only be matched by the difference you'll be making in the lives of people affected by MS. For information, call 1-800-445-BIKE or visit www.mscycling.org.


(Sept. 28) The Matt Portella BAND featuring members of The Hooters and Smash Palace. Open act Chris Berardo and the DesBerardos, 8 p.m. at the William and Nancy Hughes Performing Arts Center, 6th and Atlantic Ave. A limited number of tickets are available for $20 at www.ocnjef.com. Sponsored by the Ocean City Education Foundation.


(Sept. 29) Ocean City HALF MARATHON and 5K: Pre-Registration $60, until Sept. 29. No race day registration. Visit www.ocnj.us to register. For more information, call 609-525-9317.


NOTICES: The 66th Annual Halloween Parade will be held Thursday, October 24th (no rain date).  Start time is 7:15 p.m. Route 6th to 11th Sts. on Asbury Ave. Registration Oct. 1-23. at Website, www.ochp.blogspot.com.  Registration is available only on line.  Any questions can be left on voice mail, Parade Info Hotline 1-800-813-5580. 


The photographs and mixed media collages of Glynnis Reed are on display through September at the Ocean City Arts Center, 1735 Simpson Ave. Ms. Reed's exhibit, "From Earth to the Skies," features natural settings as the backdrop to figures. Call (609) 399-7628.