Tom Giaimo and Mariel DiDato will be your DJ's for the night and look forward to an evening full of music, dancing and great dialogue.
They see this night as an opportunity to give back to one of our community’s most valuable resources
TEACHERS and the EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
The needs of the faculty that educate and the hundreds of others that make it happen daily; cafeteria workers; school bus drivers; clerical services; security services; custodial and maintenance services; para educators; etc; are most important and integral to the growth of our children and the communities in which we live.
Educating OUR CHILDREN, our most valuable resource, to be successful, productive adults is both a gift and a service to the community. The professional educator and support staff that work daily in a vital, pulsing, fluid environment need to be respected and supported with adequate representation. Often undervalued and under appreciated, Tom and Mariel strive to understand the nuances of this community to serve them better in Trenton.
Who better to teach them than you?
Please join them before school starts and tell them about issues important to you.
RETIRED TEACHERS ARE COMPLIMENTARY ---PLEASE RSVP HERE: Click on REGISTER
Please just bring your wisdom!
You are a resident of Legislative District 13, if you live in one of the following municipalities: District 13 - (Monmouth) Aberdeen, Atlantic Highlands, Fair Haven, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Keansburg, Keyport, Little Silver, Marlboro, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Oceanport, Rumson, Sea Bright, Union Beach
Although an attorney by profession, one of Tom's passions in life has been and remains music. Tom, who has no musical talent whatsoever, has over the course of the last six years volunteered hundreds of hours to DJ for the Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School boys and girls varsity basketball teams. Tom also DJ's as a volunteer at Victory Park in Rumson on Thursday and Fridaynights during the summer. Last year he was also accorded the honor of being the DJ at The Monmouth County Arts Council Annual Gala held at The Asbury.
Mariel has had an inclination for music since childhood. She picked up the violin at age 6, followed by trumpet, guitar, drums, and finally to the turntables at age 20. She has voluntarily DJ’d at many local events, and is paid to DJ at shows performed by the Rutgers University Belly Dance Troupe.
You can follow Tom and Mariel on Facebook. Send them a message with a question, comment or song request!