Day In A Life

June 27th, 2012

“Don’t ever underestimate the underdog.” When it comes to sports and horse-racing that term is used a lot. That line lived up to its hype on one Saturday night in July of ‘98 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

During that night, a colt by the name of Sealed N Delivered was the betting favorite to win the $1 million dollar purse. He finished tenth.

This night belonged to horse that goes by the name of A Day In A Life. In 1 minute and 51 seconds this pony co-owned by philanthropist and humanitarian Howard Schoor took home the Meadowlands Pace winning prize after leaving the starting gate and not looking back against the heavy competition.

Mr. Schoor who became part owner of a Day In A Life for $23,000 watched the colt finish the 1998 season winning 5 times in 11 starts and earning over a half a million dollars.

But that summer night at the Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey was the greatest single moment as an owner for Howard Schoor who has owned horses for over 30 years.

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Collier Youth Services – 85th Anniversary Gala

June 22nd, 2012

This month, Collier Youth Services celebrated its 85th year of providing various recreational and educational programs and services for at-risk youth. To celebrate this huge feat the organization held a fundraising gala at Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club in Farmingdale, New Jersey.

The event featured musical acts, fine dining, auctions and a chance to unlock a jewelry box containing a $1,600 David Yurman watch!

During the event, Collier Youth Services honored Tin McCloone & Holiday Express, as well as AT&T Pioneers and the Founding Sisters of the Good Shepherd. Ruby Sponsor

A proud Ruby Sponsor for this year’s gala was philanthropist and humanitarian Howard Schoor. For over 20 years Mr. Schoor served on the Board of Directors of Collier Services where he established the Collier Youth Services Foundation which has helped pay for year-round environmental educational studies, summer day camp and recreational programs for these at-risk children, as well as the core services of Collier High School and group homes.

For more information on how to get involved in Collier Youth Services visit and for information on the charitable Howard Schoor visit

Jewish Federation Of Monmouth County

June 11th, 2012

Just like many organizations throughout this great country, the Jewish Federation of Monmouth County was formed to strengthen the Jewish identity throughout the local community and the world. The Monmouth County Federation amongst other missions, it strives to facilitate Jewish learning, encourage acts of loving kindness and practice righteous deeds.

With over 72,000 Jewish people living in Monmouth County, this federation is very important to the local area. It helps coordinate various events and raise money for Jewish related initiatives including Birthright trips to Israel and Jews in need around the world. JewishFederationMonmouthCounty

Philanthropist and humanitarian, Howard Schoor is one person who has been very active in the Monmouth County Jewish Federation and its surrounding community. As a former Director and Vice President of the Foundation, Mr. Schoor worked diligently to encourage and support Jewish education throughout the local area and to strengthen the relationships between the people of North America and Israel.

To learn more about how to get involved and to donate to the Jewish Federation of Monmouth County visit and to learn more about Howard Schoor and his accomplishments visit


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