Ed Jarrett is at it again! After building the tallest sandcastle (as certified by Guiness World Records) in Point Pleasant Beach last summer, he is now in Seaside. Check this out!

Ed is hard at work to raise money for Hometown Heroes, a nonprofit which continues to help Sandy victims and others in great need in our area. As you have probably heard by now, Hometown Heroes suffered a major loss when the building they were working in burned to the ground from an electrical fire in Toms River. Ed has created this beautiful sand art to illustrate this in the picture above.

You can find Ed at the corner of N Street and North Ocean Avenue in Seaside Park, south of the Sawmill, where he is carving his super sand creations.

This season a structure has been built that will eventually contain a sand museum that you can come out and see.

sand museum structure
(photo from Ed Jarrett)

In the meantime Ed needs help from children and adults. You can volunteer to move and pack sand, a wonderful project of volunteerism for your whole family for a great cause, by emailing Ed at www.tallestsandcastle@gmail.com or stop by any (and every) day between 9 am and 9 pm.

Even if you aren't able to volunteer, you can stop by and watch Ed carve! You can also make a donation of any amount if you'd like.

For more information on Ed and his amazing carvings, CLICK HERE!