Since 21-year-old Fair Havenite Connor Jaeger found himself Olympics-bound, his hometown friends, family and strangers alike have been bursting with pride.
Signs have been sprouting up in prominent spots all over Fair Haven. And, of course, signs of his success were most recently displayed on the marquees of his alma mater and schools. We also found one on Rumson's marquee and at Tavolo in Fair Haven.
Patch caught shots of those signs yesterday and has been perusing the two towns for such signs , when Jaeger, on the eighth and final day of the U.S. Olympic Trials in Nebraska, came in second in the 1,500 meter freestyle swimming event and secured his spot in the sumer Olympics in London.
The 2010 Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School graduate and is a source of boundless pride for his hometown and the signs are a suburban show of it.
Patch continues to cruise around town in search of more Jaeger pride signs. Check out what we've seen so far. Do you know of any others? Upload your own pics or send them to email@example.com. Tell us which is your favorite as well.