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VOLUME 8 | ISSUE 27 | AUGUST 5, 2015

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By Boat or By Land...
...viewing the fall migration of the magnificent
purple martin is a sight to behold.

or over a decade, the Maurice River has been a


staging site for the purple martin fall migration.
Being unique to the region, it is a must-see for
any resident or nature enthusiast.
Therefore, Citizens United to Protect the Maurice
River (CU) will be hosting its 14th annual Purple
Martin Spectacular Cruise over two weekends this
month. True to its name, this natural phenomenon has
been spectacular in the past. Last year, purple martin
expert Allen Jackson estimated there were over
250,000 birds gathered on the marshes of the Maurice.
The purple martin is the largest North American swallow. These agile fliers dart about catching insects, most
notably mosquitoes.
Fingers crossed that our southbound friends dont
disappoint this year. No matter what, you will enjoy an
informative sunset cruise on the Bodacious as naturalists from CU and NJ Audubon will identify and explain
points of natural and cultural interest.

Evening Boat Cruise


Take an evening boat cruise and learn more about the purple martin
as the agile fliers serenade you.

Jersey Fresh Festival


Celebrates Farming

Fridays and Saturdays, August 14, 15, 21, and 22


at 6:15 p.m. Slowly cruise the river at sunset aboard
the Bodacious with local urple Martin expert Allen
Jackson. Naturalists from CU Maurice River and NJ
Audubon will also be on board identifying points of
natural and cultural interest. A selection of desserts
and soft drinks will be provided. Rain or shine event.
Cruises depart Longreach Marina, 2806 High St.,
Port Norris, at 6:30 p.m. (about a three- hour round
trip). Reservations required. Tours sell out in
advance. So to reserve your spot, contact Doreen
Homan at 856-300-5331 or e-mail
doreen.homan@cumauriceriver.org
Please pay in advance: $35 per person. Pay for
tickets at www.cumauriceriver.org or make check
payable to Citizens United to Protect the Maurice
River and mail to PO Box 474, Millville, NJ 08332.

he Vineland Jersey Fresh Festival is set


for this Sunday, August 9, from 2 to 9
p.m. at Giampietro Park in Vineland.
Celebrate New Jerseys agricultural heritage at
a live produce auction, featuring fresh fruits
and vegetables grown on local farms. Proceeds
from the produce auction are used to provide
scholarships to area students majoring in agricultural or related fields.
Admission to the festival and parking are
free. Shuttle buses will transport festival goers
from the parking area at Vineland High School
to Giampietro Park.(Sorry, no pets allowed.)
Sample dishes from some of Vinelands
finest eateries including the Greenview Inn,
Merighis Savoy Inn, Marcianos Restaurant and
Catering, Casazza Foods, and the Caribbean
Shack. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy musical
performances by Matt Adams, Natalie
Bermudez, Double Helix, and the Philly George
Project; or explore the festivals various activities and attractions including plenty of Jersey
Fresh food, Little Mr. and Miss Jersey Fresh
Contest, special appearances by the Philly
Phanatic and Smokey, farm memorabilia, pony
rides (25 p.m.), Schulers Bees, Watermelon
Eating Contest, and surprises special guests.

More photos and schedule on page 25.

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Vineland tax bills were mailed July 27,


2015. As a result, the grace period for the
Third Quarter Property Tax has been
extended to August 25, 2015. Payments
must be received by the Tax Office by
August 25, 2015. Per State of New Jersey
regulations, postmarks will not be accepted. However, after August 25, 2015, interest
will be calculated from August 1, 2015.
Interest will be charged at the rate of 8
percent on the first $1,500.00 of delinquency and 18 percent on any amount of delin-

quency over $1,500. (N.J.S.A. 54:4-67) As


well as a 6 percent year-end penalty on any
balance owing as of December 31, in excess
of $10,000. If you have any questions, contact the Tax Office at 856-794-4050.

$11.4 Million Construction


Project at VHS South
New Jersey Schools Development
Authority (SDA) CEO Charles McKenna
joined local and district officials to tour the
construction of a significant emergent repair
project at the Vineland High School South.
Despite the diligent and proper maintenance efforts of the District over the years,
the aging HVAC system required replacement in order to provide students with a

comfortable learning environment, said


SDA CEO Charles McKenna. The new hot
water based system will be more efficient,
provide proper heat and improve the overall air quality for students. The SDA appreciates the productive partnership we have
enjoyed with Vineland Public Schools as
we have advanced this project.
A general construction contract in the
amount of $8.6 million was awarded to
Falasca Mechanical, Inc. of Vineland, to
complete the work. The emergent project
will address improvements to the HVAC
system and components. Work includes the
removal of three steam boilers and associated piping, pumps and equipment; installation of a new hot water distribution sys-

tem including boilers, water source heat


pumps and associated equipment; and the
installation of a pneumatic control system
and building management system.
The project is anticipated for completion in October 2016. Construction work
will be phased throughout the school year
to minimize any disruption to student
learning. The total estimated project cost is
$11.4 million. Built in 1963, Vineland High
South is a 231,000-square-foot facility educating 1,300 students in grades 9 through 12.
We are so excited to see this project
come to fruition, said Dr. Mary L. Gruccio,
Vineland Public Schools Superintendent.
We have waited a long time for this and
we are grateful to the SDA for their financial support especially in such a difficult
economic environment. The staff and students will be very excited when this project
is completed.
Emergent projects are those deemed
necessary by the Department of Education
in SDA Districts due to potential health and
safety issues. The Emergent Project
Program provides assistance to SDA
District school facilities in need of repair
and rehabilitation. Emergent projects
address water infiltration issues and
include the repair or replacement of roofs,
windows, exterior masonry, heating and
cooling systems, plumbing, electrical,
mechanical and security systems.
The SDA is also advancing the construction of a new middle school in Vineland,
estimated at $49.4 million. To date, the SDA
has invested nearly $140 million in completed projects in Vineland alone, including
five capital projects (Pauline J. Petway
Elementary School, Thomas W. Wallace, Jr.
Middle School, Edward R. Johnstone
School, Landis Intermediate School and
Veterans Memorial Intermediate School),
one demonstration project (Gloria M.
Sabater Elementary School) and 14 health
and safety/grant/emergent projects.
The SDAs current portfolio of active
projects is valued at more than $2 billion
including the Capital Project Portfolio,
emergent projects and Regular Operating
District grants. SDA currently has 13
Capital school facilities projects in active
construction.

Repair Plans Offered to Landis


Sewerage Authority Customers
HomeServe USA (HomeServe), a leading
provider of home repair service plans, has
announced the launch of its partnership
with Landis Sewerage Authority (LSA) as
the utilitys preferred service provider for

home repair solutions. Beginning this


month, optional sewer line repair service
plans will be offered through HomeServe to
approximately 37,000 Authority customers
in the Vineland area. Additional service
plans covering exterior water line and inhouse plumbing repairs will also available.
The affordable service plans available
through HomeServe offer Authority customers a better way to pay for and deal
with the expense and inconvenience of
home repair emergencies, starting with
sewer lateral line blockages, root problems,
leaks and breaks on their property, extending to water service lines and in-home
plumbing and drainage lines. Contrary to
popular misconception, these types of
repairs are not covered by basic homeowners insurance policies.
A sewer line or water line repair can
cost the homeowner thousands of dollars,
said Tom Rusin, CEO of HomeServe USA.
These service plans give Landis Sewerage
Authority customers a means of defense
against the unexpected.
The Authority strives to provide its
customers with the best possible service at
the most economical rates, said Dennis W.
Palmer, P.E., P.P., Executive Director / Chief
Engineer, Landis Sewerage Authority. In
partnering with HomeServe, we can now
offer our customers a broader choice of
value-added services at affordable prices
from a trusted provider in the industry.
HomeServe plan holders have access to
a Repair Hotline that is accessible 24 hours
a day, 365 days a year and bring local,
licensed, and insured contractors to their
home for repairs. The Sewer/Septic Service
Line Coverage is available now for an $8.99
monthly fee. HomeServe will also offer
Water Heater Repair and Replacement coverage for $7.99 per month and Interior
Plumbing and Drainage System Coverage
for $10.99 monthly.

C O N N E C T I N G YO U TO

New Board Members of County


Women's Hall of Fame
Three new members have been appointed to the Board of Directors of the
Womens Hall of Fame. They are Dr. Keith
C. Figgs and Dr. Charles Valentine of
Vineland, and Gary Moellers of Pittsgrove.
Dr. Figgs is former assistant superintendent for Administration in the Vineland
School District. Now retired from a career
in education that spanned 40 years, Figgs
currently works for the Foundation for
Education Administration as a mentor for
new administrators in the New Jersey
Leaders to Leaders Program. He was
inducted into the Cumberland County
Black Hall of Fame in 2013.

Gary Moellers is a human resources


professional who has been employed for
26 years at the Guidance Center in
Millville, where he began working as a
case manager in the homeless program,
and he now serves as Director of
Community Services. Prior to his tenure
at the Guidance Center, he worked in the
field of development disabilities, coordinating services, writing programs and
supervising group home projects in South
Jersey and Philadelphia. He is a devoted
volunteer with Boy Scouts of America.
Dr. Valentine is a long-time educator in
the Vineland Public Schools, serving as a
teacher, principal, director, assistant superintendent, and superintendent. He retired

in 1997 after 41 years with the school district and has devoted much of his time to
volunteer work with many local service
organizations.
We are very happy to welcome these
three gentlemen to the Board, said Louise
T. Bertacchi, founder and chair of the Hall
Board of Directors. They will all bring fresh
perspective and creativity to our mission.
The Cumberland County Womens Hall
of Fame honors local women of outstanding achievement who have made significant
contributions to a profession, the community and/or womens issues. Thirty-seven
women have been inducted into the Hall
since its founding in 2007.

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Pascale Sykes Foundation Announces


$10 Million Economic Development Initiative
he Pascale Sykes Foundation announced last
Thursday (July 30) that it is creating a multimillion dollar South Jersey Economic Initiative
(SJEI) that will be invested in economic development projects in Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester,
and western Atlantic Counties.
The Economic Initiative will involve promoting
the establishment and growth of businesses and
also promoting assets of the four-county area. The
Economic Initiative will complement county and
state economic plans.
New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) will manage business establishment and expansion. NJCC
is a Community Development Financial Institution,
or not-for-profit investment group specializing projects that benefit communities.
The Foundation also unveiled Phase I of its effort
to promote assets of the four-county area under the
banner of New Jerseys Heartland.
Atlantic City-based Masterpiece Advertising has
been selected to roll out Phase I of the destination
marketing program.
The announcement of the initiatives was made
by Foundation President Frances P. Sykes during the
Foundations Report to Partners, which was held
at the offices of the Cumberland County
Improvement Authority in Millville.
Pascale Sykes Foundation, located in Vineland,
has been active in the four counties since 2010 and,
as of today, has invested more than $17 million in its
work in South Jersey, which is conducted under the
banner of the Strengthening Families Initiative.
Explaining the Foundations mission, Sykes said
We support the independence, integrity, and wellbeing of working, low-income families, those missed
by the safety net, those trying to do the right things
to become self-sufficient.
We believe that families need a steady source of
income and healthy, vibrant communities in which

to live and work. We also believe that the basic support of family self-sufficiency is jobs, she added.
Discussing the selection of the four counties, Sykes
explained that Cumberland, Salem, and western
Atlantic have the most potential due to their unappreciated and undervalued assets and Gloucester County
is routinely joined with Salem and Cumberland in
the work of social service organizations.
Sykes was joined in the announcement by the
Foundations Executive Director Colleen Maguire;
Wayne Meyer, the President of NJCC; and Phyllis
Lacca, the President of Masterpiece Advertising.
As part of the SJEI effort, the Pascale Sykes
Foundation has partnered with New Jersey
Community Capital (NJCC), a nonprofit community
development financial institution, which will deploy
flexible, affordable capital and capacity building
assistance to generate quality jobs and improve
economic development in the region through its
THRIVE South Jersey program.
We are thrilled to partner with the Pascale
Sykes Foundation on this important initiative, said
Wayne T. Meyer, President of NJCC. Creating quality job opportunities and strengthening residents
connections to these opportunities will go a long
way toward making South Jersey thrive.
THRIVE provides: (1) flexible financing products
to support eligible small businesses and job-creating projects, and (2) capacity building support to
strengthen the linkages between local residents and
quality job opportunities.
THRIVE will finance nonprofit and for-profit
organizations involved in projects that create quality
local jobs and catalyze wider economic development. Eligible projects include (but are not limited
to) small businesses, commercial real estate, community facilities, and affordable housing projects.
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the life-saving services of a hospital emergency room.
Inspira Urgent Care Vineland, located
at 1297 W. Landis Ave. (next to ShopRite
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The Vineland Urgent Care Center is
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Network, though all four of the networks
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Together with its medical staff of more
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employees, Inspira Health Network provides evidence-based care to help each
patient achieve the best possible outcome.
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Save the Date:


September 26 Family Wellness
and Holistic Health Fair
A group of 20+ local practitioners are
gathering to bring you the finest in natural
approaches to health. Join in a fun and
exciting day of interactive classes, presentations, demonstrations, and childrens
activities on Saturday, September 26, from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Glass Works
Business Center, 1101 Wheaton Ave.,
Millville.

Great Harvests Photo Challenge

The Millville Development Corporation


is pleased to announce that the non-profit
corporation has been awarded two program and operational grants for FY16.
The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation of
Morristown, NJ awarded the organization
$40,000 towards its operating budget, creation and promotion of public art projects,
and collaborative art programs with other
non-profit or educational entities.
Additionally, the NJ State Council on
the Arts announced their grant awards last
week. Millville Development Corporation
was awarded $28,496 for general program
support.

The corporation manages the Glasstown


Arts District. The board of directors, committees and executive director work on
economic development, events, public relations and promotions, art education and a
wide range of public art projects.
The grants are the life-blood of the
organization. The Dodge Foundation and
NJ State Council on the Arts have been
supporting the efforts of the arts and the
downtown revitalization efforts for several
years, said Marianne Lods, executive
director. We thank them for their confidence in us.
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Harvest Festival are well underway. The
theme for this years festival, held October
811, is 37 Years of Music, Fun & Great
Harvests! This years photo challenge is all
about abundant harvests.
Its the season of harvest and there are
many ways to capture reminders of it.
Show off what your garden has produced.
A perfectly ripened tomato or a flawlessly
formed eggplant, an abundance of squash
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photo submissions through October 1, 2015.

Faces in the News


Holy Baptism
Charlotte Grace Guaracini, daughter of
Amanda and Frank Guaracini, III, was
baptized at Sacred Heart Catholic Church
in Vineland, on Sunday, July 26. The
service was performed by Deacon Frank
Guaracini, Jr. Her Godparents are Connie
Guaracini and Eric Johnson. There was a
reception held afterwards at the
Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf Course.

Vineland 8-Year-Old Qualifies


for Junior Olympics
A newcomer to the sport of track and field,
Kaitlynn Kenna of Vineland, has wasted no time
making her mark. This feisty 8-year-old began
running track just five months ago and has
raced her way up the ranks in record time. A
member of the Omega Track Club in
Sicklerville, NJ, Kenna competed in the
American Athletic Union (AAU) Mid-Atlantic
District Qualifier held at Stockton University in
June. She finished 5th in both the 400 and 800
meter races, qualifying her for Regionals. Kenna
placed 5th in the 800 meter race, qualifying her
to represent Region 2 in the AAU Junior
Olympic Games. Kenna competes this week at
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Owners Joseph and Colleen Lahr (pictured) of Primo's Hoagie, located at 301
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T-Shirt winners: Aileen Rosa,
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Bryan Lawler, managing partner of the LongHorn
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Diamond Club status. He joins a group of top-performing Managing Partners recognized for their commitment to delivering guest experiences at the highest level, while making a difference in the lives of
guests, employees and in their community.
As Managing Partner, Bryan holds the most
important role in our company, said Paul Livrieri,
executive vice president of LongHorn Steakhouse. He leads a strong team thats
committed to the Millville community, and to creating exceptional dining experiences for our guests. The teams goal is to be Millvilles favorite steakhouse.
This year, Lawler joins an elite group of 22 Managing Partners selected from
the more than 480 LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants in North America, making
this a truly exclusive honor.

Dr. Ingrid Warmuth

State Champ Vineland Tsunami Competes in Ohio

Skin Care Center

A tsunami warning
was in effect in Ohio
this weekendthe
Vineland Tsunami,
that is. The local
Vineland Pigtail
League 12 and under
All-Star softball team
has been on quite a
roll this summer.
Vineland won a state
championship in
Manahawkin a few
weeks back, and
after a strong showing at the regional
tournament, the
Tsunami was off to Columbus for the Midwest All-Sanctioned World Series.
About 80 teams from all over the country took part, making it the ultimate
opportunity for Vineland.
I think its more [about] having fun and bonding. Its not about winning the
National Championship. it would take almost a miracle to do that. Were just
looking to have a good time, and play some competitive teams from all around
the country, the teams manager, Kevin Williams, told SNJ Todays Mike Frankel.
Its unbelievable. I never would have expected this to happen. Its truly
amazing, said Emma Barbera, Tsunami infielder.
I mean, were all sisters. on and off the field. and this is honestly my life,
added Nicole Ortega, Tsunami pitcher.
To follow the World Series Team (scores, pictures and updates), visit
www.facebook.com/tsunamiworldseries. The Tsunami is the first girls team in
Vineland to ever go to the World Series. Pictured: Team parents recently
unveiled a new banner the team carried in the tournaments opening ceremony.

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pleased to announce that Sandra E.
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major health system in Louisville, KY,
developing and leading a population
health service line and health disparities initiatives.
Dr. Brooks is a great fit for
CompleteCare and this is the perfect
time to have her join our team, said J.
Curtis Edwards, president and CEO of
CompleteCare. With a new health center opening in 2015 and the need for quality, convenient and affordable primary
care growing in our community each day we know she will have the opportunity
to help us continue to make an impact in our service areas.
Dr. Brooks is a Phi Beta Kappa and AOA graduate of Howard University in
Washington D.C., where she earned both her undergraduate and medical
degrees. Dr. Brooks completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the
University of Pennsylvania and completed her fellowship in gynecologic oncology
at Brigham and Womens Hospital at Harvard Medical School in Boston.
Additionally, she completed an MBA in medical services management at Johns
Hopkins University.
Dr. Brooks previously led the division of gynecologic oncology at the
University of Maryland in Baltimore for 10 years as professor and director. On a
national level, Dr. Brooks currently holds appointments on the Joint Policy
Committee and Education Board of the American Public Health Association.
Dr. Brooks has been recognized by numerous state and local organizations for
excellence in community service and outreach. She has published extensively
and has served as the principal investigator on grants and contracts funded by
the National Cancer Institute, the Social Innovation Fund, and local and state
agencies to advance initiatives focused on reducing health disparities and
improving health services delivery.

MONDAYS AND SATURDAYS

AUGUST 17 THROUGH 21

Zumba with Kelly. The Phenom Factory,

Vacation Bible School. Faith Bible


Church 3139 E. Chestnut Ave. Vineland.
68:30 p.m. International Spy
Academy- Agents for the One True
God! For kids entering K5th grade.
856-691-3460 www.faithbible.org.

102 S. 8th St., Millville. 1011 a.m. Classes


are $5.

FIRST AND THIRD THURSDAYS


Seniors For Life Group. 1706 Wheaton
Ave., Millville. 9:45 a.m. Coffees on.
Host Music That Matters on WSNJ;
MPD Chaplain, NJMSP Chaplain; NJ
ALPHA Critical incident SM Team; CC
Human Relations Commission, chair
Senior Life Group MFAG, facilitator

A Ministry
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5
Teen Movie Night. Millville Public

Lunch (12:001:00) Popcorn Games Snacks


Prizes Balloons Drawings Snow Cones Bumper Cars
Gospel Train Bible Stories Cotton Candy Face Painting

Adults Welcome!

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American, SAS & Wolverine


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Library, 210 Buck St., Millville. Movie:


Catwoman. Rating: PG-13.Runtime: 97
min.Year: 2004. Refreshments will be
served. Register at 856-825-7087, ext. 12.

Assistance for Veterans. Millville


Public Library, 210 Buck St., Millville. 13
p.m. Program is Ready, Vet, Go! hosted
by Catholic Charities, Diocese of
Camden; to help homeless and low
income military veterans with financial
assistance and/or housing. Veterans will
be screened for eligibility. No appointment needed.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6
Story and Craft. Millville Public Library,
210 Buck St., Millville. Miss Jan will read
Hero Dogs, Courageous Canines in

St. Padre Pio 13th Annual Festival


Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015*
St. Padre Pio Parish will hold its 14th Annual St. Padre Pio Festival on Sunday,
September 20, 2015 at Our Lady of Pompeii Church, 4680 Dante Avenue,
Vineland, from 12 noon until 6 p.m.
A Mass and procession will be held at 11 a.m. Following Mass will be blessings
with First Class Relics of St. Pio, St. Pauline and Blessed Teresa of Calcutta. An
Italian Mass will be held at 2 p.m. Fr. Fortunato Grottola from Foggia, Italy will
celebrate the Mass. Plenty of food throughout the day includes Chicken
Barbecue, Porchetta Sandwiches and Platters, Sausage & Peppers, Eggplant
Parmigiana, Meatball Sandwiches, Shrimp, Clams, Hamburgers, Hotdogs,
French-Fries, Funnel Cake, Snow Cones and Caf Pio featuring homemade
desserts and coffee. Beer, soda and wine will also be available for sale.
Childrens games, bounce and puppet show; Jersey Fresh Produce Stand;
Italian Music and other entertainment will be provided throughout the day;
50/50 raffle, basket auction and live auction. Religious and Italian articles will
be available for sale.Buses are welcome.For more information, call 856-6917526 or visit the website at pppnj.org.
*Be sure to make note of the festival date. Start you week at the St. Padre Pio
Festival which is being held the Sunday before Pope Francis Pilgrimage to
Philadelphia. Bring your family to St. Padre Pio Parish and celebrate this family-centered tradition in honor of the World Meeting of Families 2015 and
Pope Francis.

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Police Department. Family fun, games,
giveaways, music, appearances, and
fireworks at dusk. Free outdoor event.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8
Bag and Basket Bingo. Elks Lodge, 1815
E. Broad St., Millville. Cumberland County
Fair Association fundraiser. The bingo will
feature items from Coach, Vera Bradley,
Dooney & Bourke, Michael Kors and
Longaberger. 14 games with prizes, as well
as raffles and a Chinese auction. 856-3645701 or 856-765-0118.

25th Annual Downtown Millville Car


Show. Millvilles longest established and
most successful downtown event, will once
again feature many exciting attractions for
the whole family, such as classic and
antique cars of all types, racing cars, dragsters, and trucks, memorabilia vendors,
kids activities, crafts, contests, and more.

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National Night Out. Hammonton High


School Parking Lot, 566 Old Forks Rd,
Hammonton. 69 p.m. Come show

Summer Wrap Up and Back to School


Party. YMCA of Vineland, 1159 East Landis

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Green Branch Park Century. Green


Branch Park, 299 Upper Neck Rd. (Rt 690)
Pittsgorve. 8 a.m. Day of $25, $40 tandem
/ pre- reg. for discount. Green Branch Park
Century is hosted by the South Jersey
Wheelmen. 25, 50, 75 100 mile route
options. Bicycle the scenic roads of Salem,
Cumberland and Gloucester counties at
your own pace. Fully supported bicycle
ride with cue sheets, route marking, sag
services, water stops and lunch provided.
Starts 8am, support services stop 4 p.m.
Visit webpage for details + pre-registration.
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Action, by Donna Jackson. Learn about


service dogs, make animal visors to wear
home. All library programs are free and
open to the public. Register at 856-8257087, ext. 12. Walk-ins welcome.

928 Aura Rd., Aura (Monroeville). A ministry of Calvary Bible Baptist Church.
Lunch, popcorn, games, snacks, prizes,
balloons, drawings, snow cones, bumper
cars, gospel train, Bible stories, cotton
candy, face painting. Adults welcome.
Transportation availabe. Call for a ride:
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Cumberland County invites you to
attend FREE Home Gardening
Diagnostics Clinics at the Extension
Education Center, 291 Morton
Avenue, Millville, on August 7 and
21 from 9 a.mto 10:30 a.m.
Rutgers Master Gar.deners of
Cumberland County will be on hand
to diagnose and make recommendations for your home garden concerns and horticulture questions.
Bring samples, if possible. Visit the
demonstration plot featuring the
stake and weave method of tomatoes which is located in the butterfly and pollinator garden.
For more details, call Pam
Burton, Master Gardener Program
Coordinator at 856-451-2800, ext. 4
or e-mail pamelabu@co.cumberland.nj.us

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 9
Touch Beads, Village on High, Cottage J,
501 N. High St, Millville. 2 p.m. $17
includes materials and instruction. Learn
to make wire spirals, add lampworked
beads, and fashion fishhook earrings from
wire. Call 856-500-1630 to register.

MONDAY, AUGUST 10
Auxiliary Luncheon. Malaga Camp, 4500
N. Delsea Dr., Newfield. 12:30 p.m. in the
Dr. Paullin Dining Hall on the campground.
Theme: "Love Is . . ." with Rev. Jim Hughes
as speaker. $10. Seating is limited. Prepay
and reserve: Barb Howell at 856-794-3427.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11
Summer Movie at the Millville Public
Library. Millville Public Library, 210 Buck
St., Millville. 1:30 p.m. Movie: Walt
Disneys Underdog, Run Time: 82 minutes, Rating: PG (Parental Guidance). Free
and open to public. Refreshments will be
served. Snacks and bottled water are permitted. Register at 856-825-7087, ext. 12.
Walk-ins are welcome.

Cumberland 4-H Volunteer Training: August 11


Cumberland County 4-H will hold a training for prospective 4-H volunteers
on August 11th at 7 p.m. at the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Center, 291
Morton Avenue in Rosenhayn. Adult alumni of the Cumberland County 4-H
program, ages 21 and over, are encouraged to come out and reconnect with
Cumberland County 4-H as volunteers. RSVP to Julie Karavan, County 4-H
Agent at karavan@njaes.rutgers.edu
Cumberland County is home to one of the most vibrant 4-H club programs
in the garden state, with clubs working in project areas such as robotics, herpetology, lifeskills, marine science, beekeeping, arts & crafts, leadership,
cooking and traditional 4-H animal science programs such as horse, livestock
and small animals.
In order to sustain and grow our program, we need the investment of caring adults who are interested in supporting our youth. 4-H alumni are ideally
suited to assist in growing the program. explains County 4-H Agent Julie
Karavan. Traditionally, we think of 4-H volunteers as 4-H club leaders who
make a commitment to lead a club which meets once per month. However,
4-H also needs screened, trained volunteers to assist periodically in other
roles as well, including advisors, judges, project leaders, program delivery,
chaperones and speakers.
The Cumberland County 4-H program hopes to establish community
clubs, working in a range of project areas at locations in the county beyond
the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Center in Rosenhayn.
For information about how you can apply to serve as a 4-H volunteer, contact Julie Karavan, County 4-H Agent at karavan@njaes.rutgers.edu. For information about 4-H clubs accepting new members, call the 4-H office at 856451-2800 ext. 3. Members of the community can sign up for the weekly 4-H
email newsletter on the Cumberland 4-H Facebook page and on the 4-H website, cumberland4h.org.
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263 Irving Ave. Millville

I Vintage Vineland

{ BY VINCE FARINACCIO }

The Automobile
Movie Theatre
The idea for the first open-air cinema came to
Hollingshead while watching a film at home.

{ 16 } the grapevine | AUGUST 5, 2015

ichard M. Hollingsheads name


may not be immediately recognizable. His father was born in
Millville in 1870, but the
younger Hollingshead would come to be
associated with Camden County. The particular location could fit up to 400 cars on
its property on any evening so the passengers could watch a movie outdoors.
Dubbed The Automobile Movie Theatre, it
was the first of its kind in the world when
it opened on June 6, 1933. The term drivein had yet to be coined.
According to Harry M. Potters South
Jersey Magazine article, The Worlds First
Drive-In Theatre, the history of The
Automobile Movie Theatre has undergone
a bit of revision over the years so that there
is confusion over its whereabouts. Based
on what has been written, many people
believe that this cinema center was located
in Camden on Admiral Wilson Boulevard.
These are in error as only that portion
of Crescent Boulevard which lies within
the limits of Camden City is officially
named Admiral Wilson Boulevard, Potter
writes. From the city line to the Airport
Circle it becomes part of Crescent
Boulevard in Pennsauken Township and as
the theater was just over the line, and in
the township, it is correct to say it was on
Crescent Boulevard.
Potter reports that the setting of the
theater included inclined grades that
housed seven rows of parking from which
patrons had a clear view of the 60-foot
stage and screen. Guardrails at the front
were low enough for car bumpers to clear
so that the cars tires were what rested
against the rails. There were also 200
trees planted along the theaters perimeter, providing the setting with a less-thanurban look.
The theatre was also equipped with
RCA directional speakers. According to
Potter, the company had been experimenting on such equipment and announced its
breakthrough almost simultaneously
with the theaters patent announcement.
The system allowed passengers parked in
the back of the theater to hear the soundtrack as clearly as those in the first rows.
The idea for such a theater originated
with Richard M. Hollingshead, Jr. When

Potter interviewed Hollingshead for his


article, the writer discovered that the idea
of open-air movies came to [Hollingshead]
while watching a film at home. He told
how he mounted a large screen in his
driveway, placed the projector on top of
the car and he and his family sat in openair comfort while seeing the film. He also
experimented with a lawn sprinkler to
determine if the film could be seen even
though the windshield was wet as though
with rain.
Hollingshead also told Potter there
were practical reasons for an open-air theater. The drive-in idea virtually transformed an ordinary motor car into a private theater box, Hollingshead said. He
explained that smokers did not enjoy
watching a movie in theaters because
smoking was prohibited, but at his cinema
they could smoke without offending others. The same was true if families chose
to discuss the movie while watching it.
Hollingshead said that while young moviegoers were not allowed to attend evening
screenings without a parent, they could
attend a drive-in under the watchful eyes
of their entire family. And the aged and
infirm didnt have to worry about standing
in line at an open-air theater.
But as Potter points out, the drive-in
appeared at the height of the depression
and the idea that an entire family could go
to a motion picture show at a total cost of
$1 was most attractive. No wonder that
thousands of drive-ins soon sprang up
around the country
Hollingshead, president of the R.M.
Hollingshead Corp., which produced
WHIZ automotive products, spent years
on his plan to introduce the world to an
open-air cinema. When his patent
approval came through on May 16, 1933, he
had the theater built in less than a month,
hiring out-of-work laborers in Pennsauken
Township. That decision meant a run-in
with union labor, but despite several altercations, the work was completed in time
for a June 6 opening.
Today, the few drive-ins left in the
country open before June, stream the
soundtrack to your car radio and use
digital projection. But they still carry on
an 82-year tradition. I

Downtown Vineland

{ BY RUSSELL SWANSON, EXEC. DIRECTOR, VDID / MAINSTREET VINELAND }

Branding Boot Camp


Main Street NJ Branding & Digital Design Service Grant Mini-Version available
for downtown businesses.

s I told you in last weeks column the great news about Main
Street New Jerseys Branding &
Digital Design Services Grant
and how we were the first awardee out of
two Main Street districts in the state eligible to receive over $30,000 of branding
services at no cost to us. Well, the good
news just keeps on coming! A mini-version of this program is now being made
available for downtown businesses.
The Business Branding & Digital
Design Service (a.k.a. Business Bootcamp)
is being rolled out to 18 Main Street
Districts statewide, including ours, and
were making it available to two to five
downtown Vineland businesses. With this
program, businesses will get the benefits
of a consultant contracted by Main Street
New JerseyMoon & Star of Rahway,

NJand will get assistance with such


valuable businesses tools as a logo/tagline,
business card design, postcard design for
retail or service businesses, menu design
for eateries, a single web page, an e-mail
marketing template and signature, digital
faade design, and sign design. Businesses
can either take advantage of the whole
array of Bootcamp services or pick the
services they want or need.
Heres some addition value. If you as a
business owner went to a consultant to get
these services, you would have to pay
between $2,000 and $4,000 for this array
of services. The grant allows the business
owner to get all this invaluable advise and
guidance FREE!! Also, we know that the
business owners time is valuable and we
want you to be able to reap the benefits of
this program as soon as possible. Thats

why Main Street New Jersey designed this


program to be relatively shortonly one
to two weeks per business.
We have an application that the business owner needs to complete and, since
only a limited number of businesses will
be chosen for this, businesses should get
in their application quickly, so we can look
them over and choose wholl be the lucky
ones to receive this valuable help. Just call
the Main Street Vineland office at (856)
794-8653 and well e-mail you the application or send you a hard copy.
This is a key component of what our
Main Street program is all aboutnot only
looking to rebrand and get new businesses
for the future, but to help our established
businesses to be able to market themselves better. This two-pronged approach
is the essence of a successful downtown.

***
Youll want to head out to Giampietro
Park, at Lincoln and Landis Avenues, this
coming Sunday, August 9, from 2 to 9 p.m.,
for Vinelands Jersey Fresh Festival. For
those of you who remember going to the
Jersey Fresh Festival year after year at
Giampietro Park, this will bring back those
great times. For those of you who are new
to the festival, youll really want to make
this your first. Therell be great food, live
music, lots of fun, and youll experience
what Jersey Fresh is really all about!!
Experience again this Vineland tradition. I
For more information on Main Street
Vineland, call 856-794-8653, visit
www.mainstreetvineland.org or check them
out on Facebook. You can also e-mail
rswanson@vinelandcity.org.

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From fine dining to lunch spots to bakeries, the area has choices to satisfy any
appetite. Call for hours.

Deeks Deli & Kustard Kitchen, 1370 S.


Main Rd., Vineland, 691-5438. Call for
lunch and dinner specials. Soft ice cream
and cakes year-round. Mon.-Sat 9 a.m.8
p.m.

Andrea Trattoria, 16 N. High St., Millville,


697-8400. Chef/owner Andrea Covino
serves up Italian specialties in atmosphere
of fine dining.

Dennys, 1001 W. Landis Ave., Vineland,


696-1900. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Takeout, too. Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 3-7 p.m.
Open 24 hours. Kids eat free Tues. & Sat.

Annata Wine Bar, 216 Bellevue Ave,


Hammonton, 609-704-9797. Food served
tapas style, catering, private parties.
Extensive wine list. Live music Thurs.
night.

DeThomasis 5 Points Inn, E. Landis Ave.


& Tuckahoe Road, E. Vineland, 691-6080.
Authentic homemade Italian cuisine. Onand off-premises cathering. Family owned
and operated. Serving lunch and dinner
every day and breakfast buffet on
Sundays.

Bagel University, 1406 S. Main Rd.,


Vineland, 691-0909. Breakfast and lunch
spot offering sandwiches named for colleges near and far.
Barberas Chocolates on Occasion, 782 S.
Brewster Rd., Vineland, 690-9998.
Homemade chocolates and candies, custom gift baskets.
Bennigans Restaurant, 2196 W. Landis
Ave., Vineland, 205-0010. Entrees,
desserts, drink specials. Take-out. Happy
Hour Mon.-Fri. 3 p.m.7 p.m., Sun.-Thurs.
10 p.m.-close. All TV sports packages
available.
Big Johns Pizza Queen, 1383 S. Main Rd.,
Vineland, 205-0012. Featuring Gutbuster
a 21-oz. burger, pizza, wings, subs, dinners.

BocCone Ristorante Italiano. 1303


Harding Hwy. (Rt. 40), Richland. 856-4577360. Authentic Italian cuisine. Full lunch
and dinner menus daily.
Buena Vista Country Club. 301 Country
Club Ln. (off Rt.40), Buena. 856-697-1200.
Sunday Brunch 10 a.m.2 p.m. Buffet
items vary each week. Call for specials of
the week.
Bruno's Family Restaurant, Cape May Ave.
and Tuckahoe Rd., Dorothy, 609-476-4739.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, pizza. Open MonSat. 7 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Chestnut Diner & Bistro, 2578 E. Chestnut
Ave., Vineland, 856-696-2992. Serving
breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Open daily 7
a.m.10 p.m.

Thurs. 85:30 Fri. 86:30


Sat. 73:30
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Delicious steaks, seafood and sushi.


Closed Monday for dinner.

Black Olive Restaurant. 782 S. Brewster


Rd, Vineland. 457-7624. 7 a.m.10 p.m
daily. Entrees, desserts. Take out available.

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Chows Garden 1101 N. 2nd St., Millville,


327-3259. Sushi Bar, All-you-can-eat buffet.

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Crust N Krumbs Bakery, Main/Magnolia


rds., 690-1200. Cakes, pies, cookies,
breads, doughnuts, custom wedding
cakes.

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Bridgeton, NJ
(717) 475-6171

Dakota Burger Bar & Grill, W. Landis Ave.


and Rt. 55, Vineland, 692-8600. Open
Daily, 6 a.m.11 p.m. Breakfast served all
day. Daily specials Monday through Friday.
Dakota Prime Steakhouse & Sushi Bar at
Ramada, W. Landis Ave. and Rt. 55,
Vineland, 692-8600. Stylish atmosphere
perfect for an upscale lunch or dinner.

Dominicks Pizza, 1768 S. Lincoln Ave.,


Vineland, 691-5511. Family time-honored
recipes, fresh ingredients.
Dukes Place, 305 N. Mill Rd., Vineland,
457-5922. Open for breakfast and lunch,
seven days. Homemade soups, burgers,
hot and cold subs. Catering available.
Elmer Diner, 41 Chestnut St., Elmer. 3583600. Diverse menu of large portions at
reasonable prices.
Esposito's Maplewood III, 200 N. Delsea
Dr., Vineland, 692-2011. Steaks, seafood
and pasta dishes at this Italian restaurant.
Erics, 98 S. West Ave., Vineland, 2059800. Greek and American cuisine, pizza.
Gardellas Ravioli Co. & Italian Deli,
527 S. Brewster Rd., 697-3509. Name says
it all. Daily specials, catering. Closed Sun.
Golden Corral Buffet & Grill, 3624 S.
Delsea Dr., 856-362-5508. All you can eat,
serving Breakfast Sat & Sun, 7:30 - 11
a.m., Lunch Mon thru Fri 11 - 4 p.m.,
Dinner 7 days a week. Senior early bird
specials, MonFri, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Takeouts available.
Giovanni's Authentic Italian Deli, 1102 N.
East Ave. Vineland. 692-0459. Open daily
serving 10 hot and cold subs, breakfast
sandwiches, salads, soups, sandwiches,
flat bread panini, wings, platters, family
dinners.
Golden Palace Diner Restaurant 2623 S
Delsea Dr, Vineland, 692-5424. Serving
breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
The Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf
Course, 4049 Italia Avenue, Vineland, 6915558. The golfers lounge and bar serves
lunch and snacks daily from 11 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. The Greenview Inn is a fine dining restaurant open for dinner Wed.-Sun.
at 5 p.m.
Harrys Pub at Ramada, W. Landis Ave.
and Rt. 55, Vineland, 696-8600. Lunch &
dinner 7 days a week. Happy hour daily 46pm with half price appetizers. Live
Entertainment Wednesday thru Saturday.
Jersey Jerry's. 1362 S. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland, 362-5978. Serving subs, sandwiches, and take-out platters.
Joe's Poultry. 440 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland,
692-8860. Barbecue and Kosher chickens,

Greater Bridgeton Amish Farm Market


720 Shiloh Pike (Rt. 49), Bridgeton, 856-451-3008,
www.bridgetonamishmarket.com

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homemade sides, catering.

9825. Full bar menu, drink specials.

Kura Thai & Sushi, 607 E. Landis Ave.,


Vineland, 213-6706. Open for lunch & dinner daily. Authentic Thai dishes ranging
from traditional to modern recipes.
Takeout, too.

Old Oar House Irish Pub, 123 N. High


Street Millville, 293-1200. Year round
Fresh seafood daily, slow roasted prime
rib specials, delicious summer Salads,
daily lunch and dinner specials, homemade corn beef, kitchen open till 1 a.m.,
outdoor beer garden.

Larry's II Restaurant, 907 N. Main Rd.,


Vineland, 692-9001. Three meals daily.
Sunday breakfast buffet, early-bird dinners.
La Locanda Pizzeria & Ristorante, 1406 S.
Main Rd., Vineland, 794-3332. Pasta, veal,
chicken. Lunch and dinner. Closed Sun.
Marcianos Restaurant, 947 N. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland, 563-0030. Italian-American cuisine, seafood and veal. Open daily for
lunch and dinner, $6.99 lunch buffet
Mon.Fri.

Merighi's Savoy Inn, E. Landis Ave. and


Union Rd., Vineland, 691-8051.
Banquet/wedding facility and intimate
restaurant. Gourmet Pizza Nite on Wed.
Seasonal outdoor dining in the adjacent
Lunas Outdoor Bar & Grille.
Millville Queen Diner, 109 E. Broad Street,
Millville. 327-0900. Open 7 days 24 Hours.
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Pegasus, Rts. 40 and 47, Vineland, 6940500. Breakfast, lunch, dinner specials;
convenient drive-thru, mini-meal specials.
Peking Gourmet, 907 N. Main Rd.,
(Larrys II Plaza), Vineland, 691-0088.
Chinese. Takeout only. Major credit cards
accepted.
Ten22 Bar & Grill at Centerton Country
Club, 1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove, 3583325. Lunch and dinner. Tavern menu features soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches,
wraps, entree selections. Sunday Brunch
extravaganza.
The Red Knot, 3600 E. Landis Ave.,
Vineland, 205-0049. Gastropub, 40 craft
beers, wine, food, in relaxed setting.
Tre Bellezze, 3363 Wheat Rd., Vineland,
697-8500. Tues: $1 tacos, $5 margaritas,
Wed: ladies night, $3.50 mixed drinks,
50 wings, Sat: breakfast 811am
Uncle Rickys Outdoor Bar, 470 E. Wheat
Rd., Vineland, 691-4454. Ribs, chicken,
fish, steaks. Always clams, eat in or take
out. Live music Saturday & Sunday night.
Dungeness crab all you can eat.
Villa Fazzolari, 821 Harding Hwy., Buena
Vista, 697-7107. Dinner combos, grilled
meats, fish. Lunch and dinner daily.
Winfields. 106 N. High St., Millville, 3270909. Continental cuisine and spirits
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Landis Pig Roast Restaurant & Bar, 623


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specials, Long Island Iced Tea to
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Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ) will
invest $50,000 in New Jerseys non-emergency helpline NJ211 to ensure local residents impacted by layoffs and casino closings make the connection to help.
The $50,000 investment made through
United Ways Impact Fund will fill a critical
need as unemployment benefits are
exhausted and an estimated 5,500 residents, according to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, seek
alternatives. NJ211 will serve as the crucial first call in linking residents to local
agencies who are working to coordinate services in order to help more residents.
The call specialist will be available over the next 10 months and work exclusively
with individuals and families impacted by the casino closures and business layoffs.
Additionally, agencies will be focused on serving municipalities surrounding
Atlantic City, where approximately 73 percent of laid off workers reside, as reported
by Casino Control Commission, Regulatory Affairs Division.
Residents can also access a comprehensive online resource page at www.nj211.org
under recent bulletins. For more details, visit www.UnitedFor Impact.org/Atlantic.
From left: Alex Marino, Atlantic County Freeholder, Assistant to the Provost for Atlantic City
at Stockton University and chair of UWGPSNJs Local Board; Joe Geleta, executive director
of NJ211; Jim Cawley, UWGPSNJs president and CEO; and John Emge, UWGPSNJs vice
president and regional executive director.

Rotarians Install Playground at Family Shelter


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When Rotary District 7640 received a grant to


cover the cost of a new playground set at the
Cumberland Family Shelter, Vineland Rotarians
volunteered to help bring the project to life.
Together with Chris Smaniotto from the shelter,
Vineland Rotary members Gus Foster, Ed Morvay,
Kevin Bernhardt, and Bonni Blarcom spent a
recent Saturday constructing a playground for
the children who reside at the family shelter.
"This is what community service is all about,"
said Bernhardt. "We roll up our sleeves and do
whatever it takes to help area residents in need. At the end of the day, we leave
knowing that we made a real difference in the lives of some very special kids."
The Cumberland Family Shelter, located on Mays Landing Road in Vineland, provides shelter for homeless men, women and families. Residents receive bus service
and three meals a day, along with clothing and employment assistance. The shelter
recently added a second building and bus shelters with help from Redeemer
Lutheran Church of Vineland. Church members, led by Ed Morvay, donated over
1,250 volunteer hours and raised $27,000 for the purchase of building materials.
Pictured in the newly constructed playground are from left: Gus Foster, Edward Morvay,
Kevin Bernhardt, Bonni Blarcom, and Chris Smaniotto.

Sunday, August 16, 2015


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From Noon til Sold Out

McNiss Earns Municipal Coordinator Award


Michael McNiss, Recycling Coordinator and Code
Enforcement Officer for the City of Millville, has received the
Municipal Coordinator Award from the New Jersey Clean
Communities Council (NJCCC), a statewide, comprehensive
program to reduce litter, promote volunteer clean-up of public
lands and sustain a reduction in litter through education.
McNiss has been involved with NJCCC for about eight years,
and has worked in the City of Millville for 19 years. His job is to
enforce the municipal codes in solid waste and recycling.
NJCC Executive Director Sandy Huber said the organization cannot achieve its
goals without the commitment of municipal partners who fully understand and
enforce local ordinances.
Mike works tirelessly to ensure Millville residents and businesses are well
informed about all things recycling, Huber said. We are proud to honor all of the
hard work that Mike has done to help make the City of Millville litter-free.
McNiss, left, receives the award from Patrick L. Ryan, president of the Board of Trustees
for the New Jersey Clean Communities Council.

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ComTec Systems, Inc. recently promoted IT and


Engineering
Department Leaders
John White, Bill
Smith, and Joe
Cangialose. John will
now serve as Senior
Project and Dispatch
Manager, Bill as
Technical Service
Manger (Cabling,
CCTV, Card Access),
and Joe as Junior
Network Engineer.
These professionals
bring over 70 total
years of IT/
Telecommunications
customer service and
experience to their
new roles.
In his new role,
White will provide
overall direction for
establishing project
requirements, priorities, deadlines, and
budget, as well as
allocating personnel
and resources. He is
responsible for the management of
technical projects from initiation
through implementation, including
planning and analysis.
Smith, Technical Service Manger
(Cabling, CCTV, Card Access), is now
charged with overseeing and managing
the daily operations involving the
Cabling, CCTV, and Card Access field
service and installation teams. He
manages multiple projects, creates
team unity, enacts new processes, and
keeps the field staff trained, informed,
and on task. He brings over 20 years
of technical and project management
experience to his new role. Smith
attended ITT Technical School in
Strongsville, OH.
The most recent promotion is Joe
Cangialose, who is Junior Network
Engineer. In his previous role as Triage
Coordinator, he was integral in quickly
assessing and coordinating the resolution of customers technical issues. In
his new system and network engineering role Cangialose is responsible for
organizing and managing multiple customer service tickets and project
tasks. He will work closely with customers to understand and resolve their
IT/Telecommunications questions and
issues. Cangialose brings 20 years of
IT/Telecommunications technical and
project management experience to his
new position.

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 22
An Evening with Clint Holmes.

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Scandinavia, Spain,
Australia, Japan, Brazil, Italy
or other countries. Single
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parents, as well as couples
Enjoys spending time with her
Loves to play baseball and spend
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with or without children,
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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS

Founded in 1976
ASSE International Student Exchange Program is a Public Benefit, Non-Profit Organization.
For privacy reasons, photos above are not photos of actual students

FALL REGISTRATION

Now through August 31


For ages 3 & up
All Current Students Must Re-register

Broadway Bound
Summer Theatrical Camp
presents

BYE BYE
BIRDIE

Young Performers Edition

August 14 7pm
August 15 2 & 7 pm
2388 N. East Ave. Vineland

Classes In:
Ballet Pointe
Tap Jazz
Hip-hop
Modern

OPEN
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August 1028
Mon.Fri.
9 am 12 pm

For more info and to register:

(856) 691-6059
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Co-directors Maxine & Kimberly Chapman

C l a s s e s f o r B o y s Av a i l a b l e !
F R E E Fo r O n e Yea r
Maxines Studio of Dance is the official home of
the Vineland Regional Dance Company and a full
performing member of Regional Dance America
for NE for 36 years.

Featuring our
production team, cast
and crew of over

40 Students
from the Greater
Vineland Area
Call or order tickets online:

www.chstheatrical.com
(856) 362-4784

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Resorts Casino Hotel's Superstar Theater


in Atlantic City. 8:30 p.m. International
singer Clint Holmes will take the stage at
Presenting Sponsor Resorts Casino
Hotel's Superstar Theater to benefit the
Schultz-Hill Foundation's regional music
and arts programs. Holmes replaces
singer Lorna Luft, who will not appear due
to a medical issue.
Holmes launched his career in 1973
with Playground in My Mind, which hit
#2 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. An
Atlantic City favorite for decades, Holmes
has frequently headlined numerous casino hotel showrooms.
This multi-dimensional entertainer easily transitions between live concerts, television and the theater with a warm, welcoming style that audiences love. Holmes is as
comfortable performing in large showrooms, backed by prominent orchestras, as he is
singing in intimate New York City cabaret clubs. His playlist includes Great American
Songbook selections from Frank Sinatras repertoire, plus contemporary classics, jazz
and opera.
Holmes is a talented professional singer but is also a skilled writer and composer.
He has co-written the musicals "Comfortable Shoes" and "Just Another Man" with several of the music industry's most respected contemporary lyricists and
composers/arrangers. Holmes appreciates timeless music legends and has performed
tribute shows dedicated to the music of Cole Porter, Paul Simon and New York City
cabaret pianist/singer Bobby Short.
Through his music, Holmes honors his parents' musical talents. His father is a jazz
musician and his mother is a classically trained opera singer in England. Holmes says,
"I learned to sing correctly from my mother and how to enjoy it from my father."
Although Holmes claims he prefers performing before a live audience, he has also
been a popular television personality. Holmes served as sidekick/announcer for Joan
Rivers on "The Late Show" and as the music feature and event correspondent for
"Entertainment Tonight." He hosted his own Emmy award-winning talk/variety show
and PBS public television aired his 2006 live performances at the Clint Holmes
Theater at Harrah's in Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas resident, Holmes is a favorite around the city. He has won multiple
entertainer/singer awards from publications like the Las Vegas Review Journal and Las
Vegas Life Magazine.
Holmes has also immersed himself in multiple community charitable causes. As a
colon cancer survivor, he is a spokesman for the American Cancer Society. Holmes
also mentors young aspiring entertainers at the Las Vegas Academy of the Performing
Arts. In 2005, Holmes founded the Clint Holmes Foundation for the Performing Arts,
which sponsors children in art and music programs throughout the Clark County
School District.
Resorts President Mark Giannantonio and Mrs. Susan Giannantonio are Honorary
Chairs of the event's "Rainbow Committee." Limited $175-per-person VIP tickets
include preferred seating and a tax-deductible post-show "meet and greet" champagne/dessert party. Preferred ($65) and General ($40) admission tickets are available through www.Ticketmaster.com or at the Resorts Box office.
The nonprofit 501c-3 Schultz-Hill Foundation supports the arts, history and education throughout South Jersey. Programs include the Dina Scholarships, Senior Musical
Theater Program at Stockton's Dante Hall, the summer music program with the
Atlantic City Day Nursery and the new Arts Outreach collaboration with the AC Ballet
and The Arc of Atlantic County. For more information, visit www.schultz-hill.org.
Sharon Harris-Zlotnick

AUGUST 3 THROUGH 10
Nightlife at Bennigans. 2196 W.
Landis Ave., Vineland, 205-0010. Karaoke
Thursdays with Bob Morgan, 9 p.m.close. Live music Fridays 9 p.m.-midnight. All Sports Packages: Drink specials
seasonally for MLB Extra Innings, NBA
League Pass, NHL Center Ice, and NFL
Sunday Ticket. Call for RSVP and details.

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Nightlife at MVP Sports. 408 Wheat


Rd., Vineland. 856-697-9825. Food and

drink specials all week. Wed.: Pool tournament, cash prizes. Thurs.: DJ Real Deal.
Fri. Ladies Night 9 p.m.

Nightlife at The Centerton. Ten22, The


Centerton Country Club & Event Center,
1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove. Tues.: Trivia.
Wed.: Country Night, $5. Every third Thurs.:
Comedy Night, $5. Flashback Fridays with
DJ Scott. Sat.: DJ Mooses Top 40 Songs.
EVERY THURSDAY
Jazz Duos. Annata Wine Bar, Bellevue

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8
Stand-Up Comedy Series: Jay Black.
Eagle Theatre, Vine St., Hammonton. 8
p.m. Comic has performed at nearly 700
colleges nationwide, receiving numerous
awards and has opened for several
celebrities, including Christopher Titus,
Greg Fitzsimmons, Bobcat Goldthwait,
Emo Phillips, Pete Holmes, Sinbad, and
most recently has joined Kevin Nealon on
his nationwide tour. General admission
$25. Purchase at 609-704-5012 or
www.TheEagleTheatre.com.

AUGUST 14 AND 15
Bye, Bye Birdie. Landis Theater,
830 E. Landis Ave., Vineland. Friday 7
p.m. Saturday 2 and 7 p.m. Broadway
Bound Summer Theatre Camp presents this Young Performers Edition of
the classic play. A production team,
cast and crew of more than 40 students from the greater Vineland area
have been rehearsing for the show
and participating in master classes
with professionals from the theatre
industry.$12, children 12 and under
$5. Purchase online at
chstheatrical.com or at the door.

Ave., Hammonton, 609-704-9797. Live Jazz


featuring area's best jazz duos. 6:30 9:30 p.m. No cover. RSVP recommended.

AUGUST 6 THROUGH 9
Nightlife at Old Oar House. Old Oar
House Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville,
293-1200. Wed.: Karaoke. Fri.: MainStreet
Band 9 p.m. Sat.: Overworked &
Unemployed 9 p.m. Sun.: Glen Eric in the
Beer Garden 5 p.m.

Nightlife at Ramada. Harry's Pub at

Nightlife at Bojos Ale House. 222 N.


High St., Millville, 856-327-8011. Wed.:
Nick@Nite Open Mic 7 p.m. Thurs.: DJ 8
p.m. Fri.: Live music 9 p.m. Sat.: DJ Gatti 9
p.m. Daily drink and food specials.

Buried Edge Entertainment presents Buried Edge live on stage at


BoJos in Millville NJ. After nearly
two decades away from the local
music scene, Mike Kell leads his
recently formed band into the venue
on North High Street to perform a
variety of rock genre favorites spanning six decades. Joined by drummer Andy Kubiak, and a young
gun guitar slinger named Jacob
Kell, the bands renditions of rock
ballads, classics and modern hits
will feature special guest Dan
DeTullio on vocals and guitars.
Dan and I were high school
classmates and played together
back then, said Kell, and Andy
was my drummer for an 80s band.
Weve performed at a few private
and smaller functions, but this will
be our chance to kick it up a notch.
We invite everyone to come check it
out! The performance starts at 9
p.m. and there is no cover charge.
BoJos is located at 222 North High
Street in Millville.
Go to: www.buriededge.com for
more details.

EVERY SATURDAY
Back in the Day Dance Party. Villa

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5
Lonnie Youngblood. Michael Debbi
Park, Cedar Ave., Richland. 7 p.m. Hot
dogs, desserts and beverages sold. Bring
your dancing shoes. Seating available or

bring your own lawn chairs.

AUGUST 6, 7, 8, 9
Shrek The Musical. Levoy Theatre, 126130 N. High St., Millville. 7:30 or 7 p.m.,
except Sunday matinee at 2:30 or 2 p.m.
The Off Broad Street Players bring the

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Fazzolari, 821 Harding Hwy. (Rt. 40), Buena.


856-697-7101. 7 p.m.midnight. Five hours
nonstop dance music from 1970s and 80s.

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Ramada, W. Landis Ave. and Rt. 55,


Vineland, 696-3800. Wed.: Ladies Night,
1/2 price appetizers all night. Happy Hour
Mon.-Sat, 4-6 p.m. $1 off alcoholic drinks.
Wed.Sat., live entertainment.

Buried Edge / Special


Guest Dan DeTullio at
BoJos on August 14

Arts/
Entertainment
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Minotola Park Summer


Concert Series
The American Federation of
Musicians, Local 595, announces the
2015 lineup of performances for
Minotola Park, 102 Park Dr,
Minotola. Concerts are held every
Tuesday night with a start time of 7
p.m. If weather is inclement, performance will be held inside.
August 11: 4Js, Joe Janetta
August 18: Bud Cavallo Duo
August 25: John Clark Dance Band

much-loved DreamWorks characters, to


life on stage, in an all-singing, all-dancing
extravaganza. $17 children/ seniors; $20
adults. www.levoy.net.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7
Country Dance Night. Gia's Catering, 37
Mulford Dr., Bridgeton. 710 p.m. $5 cover
for open dancing and lessons. DJ Dawn
Sharp.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8
Country Dance Night. Summit City
Farms Winery, 500 University Blvd.,
Glassboro. 711 p.m. $5 cover for open
dancing and lessons. DJ Dawn Sharp.
Bring a snack to share.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 9
Music and a Message. Minotola United
Methodist Church, 905 Central Ave.,
Minotola. 7 p.m. Music by Voices of the
Light, blend of traditional and contemporary music, in addition to old favorite
hymns. 856-875-7548.

THROUGH AUGUST 10
Gaps, Stacks and Balancing Acts.

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Clay College Gallery, 108 N. High St.,


Millville. Works by John Garretson.
Gallery hours 10 a.m.-9 p.m. MondayFriday; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday; and 11
a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. 856-765-0988 or email jsandro@cccnj.edu

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12
45 RPM Oldies Concert. Michael Debbi
Park, Cedar Ave., Richland. 7 p.m. Hot
dogs, desserts and beverages sold. Bring
your dancing shoes. Seating is available
or bring your own lawn chairs.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 13
Chris Cagle. Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N.
High St., Millville. 8 p.m. An energetic
reintroduction to the country music community. Fans will see flashes of the Chris
they know but also see the joy and confidence that home life provides him. $40$50. www.levoy.net.

Richard C. Rich Panczyszyn, 68, of


Millville recently died at home unexpectedly. Rich graduated from Millville
Senior High, Class of 1965. He was
inducted into the Millville Thunderbolt
Hall of Fame in 2006. Rich is survived
by his mother Mrs. Virginia Panczyszyn;
brother Frank T. Jr. (Tracy); dear friend
Babs Bennett; very close friend and
cousin Harry Schwegel; niece Stephanie
Watkins; nephew Ted Panczyszyn; two
grandnephews Tyler and Collin; grandniece Taylor and many cousins aunt and
uncles. Rich was predeceased by his
father, Frank T. Sr.
William A. Gebhardt, 89 of Millville died
July 25, at the Eagleview Nursing Home,
Elmer, after an extended illness. During
WWII, he served in the U.S. Army Air
Corp. He was called back to serve in the
Air Force during the Korean Conflict and
retired after 40 years of service as a
Colonel. Mr. Gebhardt is survived by his
wife Dolores (Fisher) Gebhardt; son
Bruce William Gebhardt and wife Lauren
of Haverstraw, NY; stepdaughter Pat
Hayes and husband Bill of Vineland; six
grandchildren, Dale Gebhardt of
Washington, D.C., Alix Gebhardt of NYC,
NY, Kathleen Garrison of Port Elizabeth,
Suzie Dalgleish and husband Gary of
Millville, Shelley Spears and husband
Josh of Texas, and David Hayes of N. C.;
and four great-grandchildren, Connor and
Ethan Dalgleish and Ella and Nate Rivera.
Nina (Poduslenko) Matichen, 84, of
Vineland, passed away on July 26, at
home. She was born in Russia and
immigrated to the United States. Nina
was a long time member of the Holy
Trinity Russian Orthodox Church. She is
survived by three daughters Olga Yerkes,
Nina Julie Raimonde (Rich) and Tania
Creamer (Tim); sister Anna; grandchildren Jonathon, Mike, Katherine, Philip,
Dimitri, Alek, Matthew, Mandi and Jenni;
and great grandson Michael. Mrs.
Matichen was predeceased by husband
Mike; daughter: Mary Pierce and grandson, Joseph Pierce, Jr.; brothers:
Vladimir, Nick and John; sisters: Tania,
Katherine and Marfa.
Robert Edwin Sampson Jr., 64, of Millville,
was called to his heavenly home on July
27. He worked as a Vice President of
Government Affairs for Interstate Realty
Management Company for 34 years. He
and his wife, Sharon, owned and operated Real Property Technology Group, LLC
for 23 years and he and his son, Robert
III, owned and operated LSC Golf Carts,
LLC for four years. Robert is survived by
his wife, Sharon S. (Smith), of 40 years,
son, Robert E. Sampson III, daughter, Lori
Renee (Chuck) Sturgis, triplet grandchildren, Julianna, Charles and Lilianna, all
residents of Millville, NJ, sister, Sandra K.
(Eric) Hardy of London, Ontario, brother
D. Timothy (Juanita) Sampson of Bonsall,

CA, mother-in-law, Sue Smith, brother-inlaws, Robert Smith, Howard Smith, Frank
Smith, Larry (Priscilla) Smith, sister-inlaws, Debra Gibson, Connie (John)
Tiptjew and several uncles, aunts,
cousins, nieces and nephews.
Joseph Sonny DiPasquale, 62 of
Millville, passed away at home with his
loving wife by his side on July 27, after a
battle with melanoma. Sonny was born
in Millville and graduated from Millville
High School, Class of 1971. He was selfemployed as a home improvement contractor. Sonny was member of the
Millville Elks Lodge #580, Millville
Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #1836
and the Loyal Order of Moose Millville
Lodge #2488. Sonny was a firefighter in
the Carmel Fire Department and also a
member of the Fire Police. Sonny
enjoyed playing music and being a member of the bands, Within Reality and
Friends. Sonny is survived by his wife:
Charlotte (Birmingham); granddaughter
Abbey Rose Kline; sister Joanne Bolton
(Bill); brother Mark (Theresa); several
nieces, nephews and many friends.
John H Bailey, Jr., went home to be with
the Lord on July 28, while with loved
ones. He was a veteran of the United
States Navy during the Korean War. He
married Carolyn Purnell and moved to NJ
in 1971 where he continued to work in the
trade as a bricklayer. He leaves behind his
wife of 50 years Carolyn Purnell Bailey,
four children John Bailey, III of Atlanta,
GA, Carl Jason Bailey and Charlotte
Bailey of Vinelan, and Amissa Riley of
Glassboro, NJ. He also leaves behind
eight siblings Joe Bailey of Atlanta, GA,
Matthew Bailey of Charlotte, NC, Lester
Bailey of Pleasantville, NJ, Arger Lee
Bailey of Charlotte, NC., Helen Bonelli of
Neptune, NJ, Barbaran Sanders, Pricilla
Blakney, Diane Barrier, all of Charlotte,
NC., six grandchildren Christopher Bailey,
Darnell Bailey, Shareda Brown, Dandre
Bailey, Donte Bailey, and Nateesha Evans,
and eight great grandchildren.

In Loving Memory of
Salvatore J. Tomasetti
Aug. 5, 1924 Aug. 4, 2005

On your 91st birthday and the 10th


anniversary of your death.
Sadly missed by your daughters,
Georgina Tomasetti Gaughran
and husband Jack
Andrea Tomasetti Mongeluzzo and
husband, Albert

Vincenza Enza Deserio, 34 of


Vineland, passed away on July 28.
Born in Vineland, she attended
Cumberland Christian School and was
a graduate of Vineland High School,
Class of 2000. Enza worked as a
medical assistant for Accredited
Dermatology. She is predeceased by
her maternal grandfather, Michael
Bovenzi and paternal grandparents,
Giuseppe and Vincenza Deserio. Enza
is survived by her parents Francesco
and Ernestine (Bovenzi) Deserio,
brothers Giuseppe and Leonardo
Deserio, her Yorkie Mia, maternal
grandmother Teresa Bovenzi and
many aunts, uncles, cousins and
friends.

Loved One Lost


For Terry Cantoni
August 3, 2015
Remembering you on the 19th anniversary of
your passing. Loving you and missing you everyday.
Love,
Anne, Robyn, Tara and Family

Obituary & Memorial Policy


The Grapevine publishes abbreviated obituaries at no charge. Full-length obituaries are published for an added fee. Contact The Grapevine at (856) 4577815 or your funeral director for more information.
Memorial announcements are also published for a nominal fee. Contact The
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2:303:30 p.m.: Little Mr. and Miss
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3:304:30 p.m.: Matt Adams
45:30 p.m.: Live Produce Auction
4:305:30 p.m.: Natalie Bermudez
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would like to thank the following
major sponsors :
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Gold - Ace Plumbing, Heating &
Electrical Supplies; Toyota of
Vineland/RK Auto Group
Silver - Premier Orthopedic
Associates, Vineland Produce
Auction, First Choice Freezers and
Cold Storage
Bronze Capital Bank, Coldwell
Banker Excel Realty, Dandrea
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Philly George Project, Double Helix, Natalie


Bermudez and above, Matt Adams.

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to this months patient
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I Guest Column

{ BY ALYSSA VELAZQUEZ, ADMIISTRATIVE. ASSISTANT,

CUMBERLAND COUNTY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY }

For the Love of


Humanity
Working for a non-profit turned out to be a plot twist for this college graduate.
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Called Drifter
Criminal Inquiry Is Sought In Clinton
Email Account
Turkey to Allow Use of Key Air Bases for
U.S. to Bomb ISIS
Republicans Have Minds Made Up as
Debate Begins on Iran Nuclear Deal

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ou see the stream of serial headlines in one newspaper and want


to chuck the white-and-black
news sheets into the nearest
trashcan. You no longer understand the
world; your backyard is becoming just as
foreign economically, politically, and socially as the world. Everyone has an opinion
that they dont know how to act on. For all
their finely formulated treatises and financial plans, people are scaredscared of failure, scared of struggle, scared of becoming
part of the problem and realizing there are
no solutions. The world seems very bleak
when the human capacity for hope is
stamped out with intimidation and fear.
And so we look for intangibles; these glass
half-filled buzzwordsfriendship, family,
and love. Three and half years ago, that was
what I went looking for.
As a post-graduate forced to move back
home due in part to a declining job market,
I was out of money and left to piece my life
together with no instruction on what to
expect outside of my academic fallout
shelter. For two years I worked at various
customer service jobs; and it was only after

receiving a phone call from my alma mater,


that I was made aware of our countys
Habitat for Humanity affiliate. The chain
of events that followed that introduction to
being hired as an employee, exceed the
word count of this article. Suffice to say, it
just clicked.
Soon after, there developed all these
expectations of what I would learn, the
software I would come to recognize, and
general skills I may have been in possession of were earmarked to get a brand new
coat of confidence. Incidentally, that
turned out being only 30 percent of my
overall takeaway. Seventy percent of my
time at Cumberland County Habitat for
Humanity was spent, not learning about
myself (plot twist), but learning from and
about people.
The non-profit sector can bring out the
best and worst of humanity. Individuals
take up a hammer in the name of Habitat
for a variety of reasons, and those motives
over time are strengthened, weakened,
warped, or just plain broken. Funding and
financial budgetinga necessary vice.
There will never be enough money, private
or governmental, to go around. You are
forced to reconcile with yourself that a singular decision can only cater to so many
individuals.
Whenever those aspects loomed heavy,
Id look to our past and present partner
families; our project manager Joe Santini;
our dedicated volunteers, or Die-Hards as
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the colleges that travel to us; and the
spearhead of it all, our executive director
Robert Scarpa. All from different backgrounds with personalized stories, but
connected by a common perogativeto
empathize.
I believe this article was meant to be a
retrospective of my time at Habitat, since I
will be leaving at the end of August to pursue graduate studiesand in a way it is.
My time at Habitat was spent with people,
with some of the most humble and fiercely
compassionate people I have had the privilege to meet. We footed each others ladders, stabilized each others studs, donated
and sponsored each others charity
eventsall for the general well-being of
the collective. CCHFH was the unabashed
and all-encompassing airport greeting I
needed after my undergraduate journey. It
was a consuming love affair.
I only hope everyone is as lucky as I have
been to have a job, at least once, that surprises you with the goodness humanity is
capable of, and in a position to do. A place
filled with individuals that expose you to
aspects of the human heart that you had lost
faith in. My time as CCHFHs administrative assistant, for me, has made todays,
tomorrows, and the proceeding years
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Cumberland County to know about
a state-funded program that offers
a limited number of deferred nointerest loans for major home
repairs.
The Small Cities Home Owner
Rehabilitation Program is made
possible by a $150,000 grant from
the NJ Department of Community
Affairs. The money is intended to
assist low and moderate income
homeowners with code related
items and weatherization including
electric, plumbing, heating, roofing,
structural issues, windows and
other problem areas.
Eligibility is based primarily on
income and in which municipality.
With the tough economic times
that many are facing, we know
these loans can make a big difference for residents who need to
make critical repairs to keep their
families safe and sheltered, but just
cant afford the repairs right now,
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Derella.
Under the deferred loan program, there is no interest added
and no monthly payments are
required. Instead the loans are
secured by a mortgage note held
by the county. Under most circumstances, when the deed of the
property is transferred from the
original applicant, the loan is repaid
to the county.
The grant is being administered
for the county by Triad Associates.
Interested county homeowners who
want to check their eligibility, fill
out an application, or have questions about the program should call
856-690-9590.

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Also collecting treadle and
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BID 15-01 August 5, 2015
NOTICE is hereby given that the Vineland Public Charter School (VPCS) is accepting sealed
bids for the leasing of school buses until 10:00 a.m. on Monday August 17, 2015. Bids should
be submitted on the required forms, in a sealed container labeled as 2015-16 School Bus
Lease, Bid 15-01, and delivered to the Office of the Board Secretary as provided below:
Vineland Public Charter School, Douglas McGarry, Board Secretary
Vineland Public Charter School Board of Trustees
2560 Industrial Way, Unit C., Vineland, NJ 08360
VPCS assumes no responsibility for Bids that are improperly mailed or misdirected. Bid
packages can be obtained on the schools website at www.vinelandpubliccharterschool.org,
or by emailing the Board Secretary.
Upon release of this Invitation for Bid (IFB), all Contractor communications concerning this
information request must be directed in writing no later than 12:00 p.m. on August 12, 2015
to the Board Secretary, who is the only authorized contact person for the IFB. Any contact or
lobbying regarding this IFB with any elected. appointed official or employee of VPCS other
than the Board Secretary can and will result in disqualification. Any oral communications
will be considered unofficial and non-binding on the Charter School.
Name: Mr. Doug McGarry, Board Secretary
Address: 2560 Industrial Way Unit C, Vineland, NJ 08360
Telephone: (856) 691-1611 OR E-mail: dmcgarry@vinelandpcs.com
No bid response may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for the
opening thereof. All IFB responses are to be evaluated on the basis of the contractor who is
the most responsible and responsive bidder offering the lowest cost to the district. VPCS
reserves the right to waive any and all guidelines and requirements herein and to reject any
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to comply with the requirements of N.J.S.A. 10:5-31et seq. and N.J.A.C. 17:27.
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Cumberland County, New Jersey
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