Saturday, September 26, 2009
MS NEW JERSEY SENIOR AMERICA 2009
Our reigning queen, Bernadette Dudek, is excited and is
busily preparing for the upcoming
MS SENIOR AMERICA NATIONAL PAGEANT 2009.
Candidates from all over the United States and US territories
will travel to Atlantic City, to compete for
the coveted title of MS SENIOR AMERICA 2009.
Queen Bernadette will represent the Garden State.
The event will take place at Harrah's Hotel and Resort,
during the week of October 4th through 8th.
The Preliminary show, is Tuesday, October 6th, and the
Final Pageant is Wednesday, October 7th.
Both shows will be held in the Concert Venue Theater
and will start at 1:00 pm sharp.
Tickets can be purchased at the box office
which opens daily during pageant week at 9:00 am.
There are several stories about Queen Bernadette in this blog.
Please click the months of June and July
to read about her achievements.
Also, her biography and photo are in Senior America's
national website, http://www.senioramerica.org/.
We hope to fill the Concert Venue Theater with
fans and wellwishers for BERNADETTE DUDEK.
So, please, come on down, and cheer for her,
so she can bring the crown to New Jersey!
We love you, Queen Bernadette, and we wish you
GOOD LUCK AND GOD SPEED!
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
At Absecon Manor, Delores
Puzio finds a willing dance
NJ State Pageant Director,
Johanne Santori, entertains
with a lovely song, at
The summer of 2009 was set ablaze by the stellar performances from the elegant ladies of the NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB. For the first time, Our Ambassadors of Love charmed audiences in the southern part of the State, in the cities of Ocean City, Absecon, Atlantic City, and Northfield.
One evening in particular was a NJCC Showcase, on June 17th, at Greenbriar North in Marlboro for the Deborah Club Banquet and Ball. After the show, the ladies were invited to a lavish dinner. Many people from the audience stopped by their table to congratulate them on their fine performances.
Then, on Sunday July 19th, the ladies performed on the boardwalk at the Kennedy Mall in Atlantic City. The weather was absolutely perfect, and many people packed the outdoor theater for the 4:00 pm show. This show is a special one for NJCC, because the show lasts two hours. That means that members who live farther away, and can't always perform with the club, made a special effort to drive to Atlantic City to take part. It was a great chance for the "sisters" to see each other, and tearful reunions were commonplace. Kudos to the audience, who stayed and watched the entire show, in spite of the strong, late afternoon sun.
Next, NJCC entertained at a luncheon for the "Red Hatters", at the Grenville Hotel in Bayhead, on July 22nd. Jo Ann Gordon, MSNJSA2008, received a surprise visit by her daughter-in-law and granddaughter. The toddler, about 2 years old, stayed quiet, just long enough to hear grandma Jo Ann sing, then she began to upstage the performers. So, smart mommy scooped her up, gave grandma Jo Ann a kiss, and they quickly departed. Such a precious child, and a memorable moment.
The wonderful ladies of NJCC continued all summer long to give vibrant and lively shows, with such love and caring for their audiences. In spite of personal problems or physical ills, they shined and dazzled wherever they appeared. With a succsessful summer season behind them, the ladies look forward to the year ahead, with renewed vigor and sense of purpose to bring music, laughter and joy wherever may go.