Ortley Beach residents & Sandy victims Mike and Tina Wymbs celebrate Labor Day

An Ocean County couple's annual Labor Day party went on as planned, even after Superstorm Sandy destroyed their home. Mike and Tina Wymbs spent months

An Ocean County couple's annual Labor Day party went on as planned, even after Superstorm Sandy destroyed their home.

An Ocean County couple's annual Labor Day party went on as planned, even after Superstorm Sandy destroyed their home. (9/2/13)

ORTLEY BEACH - An Ocean County couple's annual Labor Day party went on as planned, even after Superstorm Sandy destroyed their home.

Mike and Tina Wymbs spent months rebuilding their Ortley Beach home after Sandy wiped out the inside.

Despite a tough year, the two decided they couldn't skip the fun, so the party went on as planned.

Many neighbors who attended the party are still trying to figure out how they will rebuild after the storm.

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