The Schultz-Hill Foundation kicked off its new Outreach to Others series with a musical program Feb. 15 at Seashore Gardens Living Center in Galloway Township to honor the facility's 100th anniversary. More than 100 residents and family members attended the free 'Season of Love'mini-concert performed by members of the Bay-Atlantic Symphony and were treated afterward to a private meet-and-greet with the musicians. The outreach series is a collaborative program established to bring the arts to others in the community and to help build a better awareness, education and appreciation for the arts in South Jersey. Sponsors for the event included Atlanti Care, Parke Bank and Essential Elements health food store. At right, Schultz-Hill board member Jeannie Eisele, founders Gary Hill and John Schultz and Seashore Gardens staff member Sharon D'Angio spend time with one of the residents. Below, Paul Herron, center, of the Bay Atlantic Symphony, poses with Schultz, Hill, musicians Ruotao Mao and Nancy Stokking and board members, Seashore staff and volunteers after the concert. For more information about the outreach series, visit schultz-hill.org.
ATLANTIC CITY SENIOR MUSICAL SHOW
A Tribute to the 1950's at Dante Hall
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – (November 2nd 2015) - The Schultz-Hill Foundation, in partnership with, the Casino Development Authority (CRDA Reinvestment Authority , AtlantiCare and the Atlantic County’s Office of Intergenerational Services Casino Development Authority (CRDA Reinvestment) presented “ FOREVER PLAID " A Musical Salute by the (4) Plaids after they were killed , return to Earth for One Final Performance of the Greatest MALE Singing groups of the 1950's. It is the True Classic Quartet Harmonies of the 1950's LIVE at Dante Hall Theater, , on Thursday, October 29th 2:00 p.m.
“FOREVER PLAID , show presented the most captivating and beloved tunes from the 1950s' in " Unique Harmony " along with Classic 1950's Stories,..this Off- Broadway Musical is a True Return to the "Simpler Days of the 1950s". from the Male Perspective. Under the direction of Mr. Michael Hartman, “( Director of the Greater Ocean City Theater Company). T he afternoon matinee featured an exhilarating performance by a talented ensemble of 4Singers , and 2 Musical accompanists from the Theater Company’s and closes the 2015 Senior Series in Atlantic City.
Special guests & Welcome by Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian, a Meet and Greet Party immediately followed the concert with cast members and the show’s director. As well as Photos with Cast.
Atlantic County provided free transportation for Atlantic City’s senior citizens to attend the show. The Show was filled to capacity , This was the Second in a series of Free Atlantic City events for senior citizens for the 2015 Calendar year. This is our 3rd year providing these FREE Senior Shows.
For additional information, please contact the Schultz- Hill Foundation at 609- 344-3112 or visit www.schultz-hill.org .
ATLANTIC CITY SENIORS RECEIVE (A Star Spangled Salute)
FREE Performance Scheduled for June 5th at Dante Hall
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – (May 1st 2014) - The Schultz-Hill Foundation, in partnership with, the Casino Development Authority (CRDA Reinvestment Authority ) and the Atlantic County’s Office of Intergenerational Services Casino reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) And AtlantiCare are proud to present “American Anthem,” a High Energy Musical salute Of Americana music , song and dance at Dante Hall Theater, located at 14 South Mississippi Avenue in Atlantic City, on Thursday, June 5th 2:00 p.m.
“American Anthem is a High Energy musical celebration of Americana Music, Truly Patriotic musical Favorites complete with dance and outstanding talent. Under the direction of Mr. Michael Hartman, “American Anthem celebrates Americana and Kicks off the summer of 2014 here in Atlantic City. The afternoon matinee features an exhilarating performance by a talented ensemble from the Greater Ocean City Theater Company’s .Show your American Colors and Pride for the Show!
Special guest & Welcome by “Uncle Sam he ” will provide entertainment & story telling. A Meet and Greet Party will immediately follow the concert with cast members and the show’s director. As well as Photos with “Uncle Sam” Refreshments will be provided.
Atlantic County is providing free transportation for Atlantic City’s senior citizens to attend the show.
Due to popular demand, please call 609-344-13122 , ASK for” UNCLE SAM” to reserve your seat.
This is the First in a series of Free Atlantic City events for senior citizens for the 2014 Calendar year.
For additional information,or individual tickets please contact the Schuiltz- Hill Foundation at 609- 344-3112 or visit www.schultz-hill.org .