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INSIDE: VINELAND CHAMBER OF COMM. NEWSLETTER EASTER EVENTS HOME & GARDEN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Vineland History, Block by Block
Despite Aspbergers,
Vinelands Rylee Howerton
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has accomplished in the last year
or so is remarkable. Along with
taking Tae Kwon Do and gymnastics,
cheerleading for a local squad called the
Snow Angels, and preparing for her first
softball season, Howerton has competed
in and won some 20 online beauty pag-
eants and three live pageants, including
Tiny Miss Cumberland County in
Swedesboro on March 11, and Tiny Miss
New Jersey in Toms River just 12 days
later. With her victory in Toms River, the
Vineland resident punched her ticket for
a trip to Tampa Bay, Florida, in July to
compete for the National Title.
This run of success would be impres-
sive for any six-year-old, but considering
what Rylee underwent just to get to the
point where she could do these things at
all makes her story even more outstanding.
Rylee, who attends Johnstone
Elementary school, suffers from Asperger
Syndrome. Aspergers is a rare form of
autism characterized by a marked diffi-
culty with social interaction. It affects
approximately 260 out of every million
babies born in the United States.
According to her mother, Julie, just
getting a correct diagnosis for Rylees dis-
order has been a been a blessing, and one
that didnt come easily.
When I was pregnant with Rylee, she
was diagnosed with Trisomy 18 at about
16 weeks, Julie said during a recent visit
to the Howerton home.
A rare genetic disorder characterized
The Garden Patch Quilters NQA Chapter 541 celebrated 25
years of stitching at the March 17 and 18 show, A Garden of
Quilts, at WheatonArts in Millville. A feature display in the
show was the quilt made by 23 members of the guild detail-
ing the history of Vineland and donated to the Friends of
Historic Vineland in 2011. The quilt of 16 squares and exten-
sive border design was unveiled during an exhibit of vintage
photos at Vineland Public Library last August, commemorat-
ing 150 years of Vineland history.
Each quilter chose one or two topics and interpreted each
into fabric. The resulting blocks were bordered with a title
banner at the top, and appliqued grapes and vines on all
sides. The quilt is intended for permanent display in the
Palace of Depression Museum upon its completion.
Garden Patch Quilters who helped create the quilt:
Dandelion Festival, Viola Carson; Old Railroad Station, Anne
Valentine; Landis Theatre, Janet Page; Poultry Vaccine
Development, Rita Bertino and Marie Han; Glass Industry,
Deborah Kean; Landis Park, Susan McKenna; Founder
Charles K. Landis, Judy Suhmann; Original Public Library,
Deborah Kean; Sewing Industry, Nancy Walsh; Delsea Drive-
In, Lois Fineman; Palace of Depression, Doris Allewelt;
Mason Ball Jar, Lois Fineman; Religious Freedom, Nancy
Walsh; Vineland Trolley, Helen Dyer; Produce Auction,
Gloria Urban; Poultry Industry, Rita Samuelson; Top Banner,
Jo Timko; Grape Yo-Yo's, Pat Arbuckle and Nancy Steelman;
Leaves, Judy Suhmann; Long Arm Quilting Lois Fineman;
and Construction and Embroidery, Marie Hahn.
The quilt will be displayed at Founder's Day 2012, on May
19, on event grounds at Main Road and Landis Avenue.
From left: Kathryn Ross, Marie Hahn, Janet Page, Lois Fineman,
Debbie Kean, Gloria Urban, Pat Arbuckle, and Rita Samuelson.
Tiny Miss NJ
Riley after being crowned Tiny Miss Cumberland County at the New Jersey
State Pageant held on March 11th at the Bridgeport Holiday Inn in Swedesboro.
CONNECTI NG YOU TO SOUTH JERSEY. WEEKLY.
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Vineland, NJ 08362
Dear Friend of Sacred Heart,
On behalf of the Save Sacred Heart High School Committee, we are asking for your help as the
Committee endeavors to complete its mission of keeping Sacred Heart High School open to provide
young men and women with a high-quality, Catholic education in a co-educational environment.
With the Grace of God, Camden Diocese Bishop Joseph Galante has granted his permission for
Sacred Heart High School to remain open, subject to certain stipulations of administration, curriculum
and financial sustainability. The Committee is confident that it can satisfy the stipulations outlined by
Bishop Galante, but requires your help to reach the financial requirement:
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Please consider helping in this effort. We are requesting that you immediately make a contribution
to the Save Sacred Heart High School Fund so that we can assure the continuing operation of Sacred
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by an extra 18th chromosome, Aspbergers
can cause kidney disorders, heart defects,
mental retardation, difficulty eating and
breathing, and other physical malformations.
The doctors told us not to have Rylee,
that shed be severely mentally and physi-
cally impaired, said Julie. They wanted to
terminate the pregnancy, but that really
wasnt an option for my husband and me.
Julie had Rylee, and for the first two
years, things went smoothly. She looked
normal, and she was reaching her early
milestones. Around the age of two, though,
she began to have behavioral issues, and
the Howertons sought help.
Over the next three years, Rylee would
begin a cocktail of various medications, as
doctors tried to decipher whether she suf-
fered from a genetic disorder or a mood
disorder like Bipolar syndrome.
Nobody really knewwhat was wrong
with her, said Julie. So they medicated
her. But that didnt help. She got really vio-
lentat one point she tried to kill [her older
brother]and she started hallucinating and
hearing voices. Nothing seemed to work.
Certain that the medications werent
helping Rylee, the decision was made to
slowly wean her off them in early 2011, a
couple months after Rylee won her first
live beauty pageant at the Ramada in
Vineland.
The process of weaning Rylee off her
medication shocked her system, and on
January 30, she was admitted to an inpa-
tient program in the adolescent behavioral
unit of an undisclosed mental hospital in
Cherry Hill, where she would spend a
week, before undergoing five weeks of out-
patient care and being placed on milder
medications. It was during this time that
she was diagnosed with Aspergers and
began to see an improvement.
Since having her taken off the medica-
tions and getting the diagnosis of
Aspergers, the fog has kind of been lifted,
said Julie. She was a little more like her-
self, a little less sedate.
While Julie was happy to see her daugh-
ter exhibit more energy and personality, she
was nervous when it came to allowing
Rylee to compete in the Cumberland
County portion of the NJ State pageant on
March 11. Unsure of howshe would react to
being in a crowd after coming off all of the
meds she had been on just a couple months
prior, Julie decided to let her compete.
We were uneasy, but she went out
there all on her own, and she ended up
winning, said Julie. She noted that a cou-
ple of judges wrote on Rylees scorecard
that she needed to smile more, but they had
no idea that she suffered from any disorder
at all, and Julie wasnt about to tell them.
I didnt want them to think I was play-
ing the sympathy card, or for them to ques-
tion whether they wanted a person with
developmental delays to represent our
county, she said. The victory came all on
her own.
Two weeks later, Rylee would compete
at the State finals and take home the crown.
She made the leap from being hospitalized
to being crowned Little Miss New Jersey in
just over three months time.
For the Howerton family, winning beau-
ty pageants is something of a tradition. Two
of Rylees sisters, Natalie and Shelby, have
both competed in and won pageants in the
past. But just seeing Riley compete has been
a marvel for Julie.
The pride every time she goes out
there, and seeing her do what she does, its
really hard to put into words, she said.
Im glad she won because I think itd be
hard to explain it if she didnt, but just
watching her out there, knowing the secret
about her Aspergers, doing what the other
kids are doing, its wonderful.
For Rylee, the victories are a milestone,
but there is still a ways to go. She still has
to wear a tracking device at all times,
because in the past she has gotten into a car
with a stranger. In July, her flight to Tampa
will be more extraneous than the other
contestants because she is considered a
flight-risk. She still struggles with social
interaction, and Julie says she has trouble
maintaining any friendships.
But when she is on stage, all of those
things go away, and shes allowed to do
something that gives her some semblance
of normalcy. It is a way for her to escape
her disorder, and the victories keep on
coming. Now she sets her sights on the
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The Boss
His songs convey a working
class attitude about the
backbone of cities and
towns in the Garden State,
including Vineland.
F
ive years ago, singer Patti Smith
gave a rousing performance in the
intimate confines of the Stone
Pony, the Asbury Park watering
hole made famous by Bruce Springsteens
appearances there in his formative days
during the 1960s and early 1970s. The con-
nection between Smith and the Boss has
always been apparenttwo New Jersey
artists who hit it big at the same time,
Springsteen with Born to Run and Smith
with Horses, each with a debt to early rock
n roll and each known for blistering live
performances. It was inevitable that by 1978
they would co-write what has become the
classic Because the Night.
So it wasnt unusual to suspect that
Springsteen would showup at the club to
duet on their collaboration that February
night in 2007, and then maybe hang around
for a fewmore tunes. The expectation hung
in the air nearly three hours before Smith and
her band launched into Because the Night
without the anticipated guest joining them.
Its easy for New Jersey audiences to
cling to a rumor about a Springsteen cameo.
Its been woven into the current mythology
of the state, especially with a governor who
is admittedly a fan. Even across the
Delaware River, the Philadelphia
Constitution Center is spotlighting him with
a spring/summer exhibit that coincided last
week with a sold-out Philly concert run
thats part of a new tour. What is predomi-
nantly on view at a display of this sort,
however, are easily recognizable items and
images that appeal to a star-struck populace
eager to gaze at the guitar Springsteen is
seen playing on the cover of Born to Run,
the wardrobe he wears for the Born in the
USA artwork, or his Oscar statuette for the
song Streets of Philadelphia.
But what makes Springsteen a valued
New Jersey native has less to do with the
glitter that infuses the entertainment indus-
try than with the working-class attitude his
songs convey about the backbone of the
cities and towns that make up the Garden
State, including Vineland. While many of his
earlier releases addressed a range of topics,
his solo work away from the E Street Band,
particularly Nebraska, The Ghost of Tom
Joad and much of the overlooked Devils &
Dust, are quieter meditations on the plight
of the working person that reflect his early
middle-class Freehold upbringing and inex-
tricably link him to Americas past as much
as its present.
After songs about cars, cruising and the
immortality of youth were replaced with
adult realities and burning questions explor-
ing the difficulties confronted when carving
out a place in the world, Springsteen
assumed the mantle of social critic, the same
one worn by writers like John Steinbeck and
Woody Guthrie. In the best of his writings,
he examines what it means to survive as a
citizen of a bureaucratic world of moral
dilemma and diminishing faith. His charac-
ters are examples of this countrys colonial
work ethic, and their tales are filled with tri-
als and misfortunes tempered with hope and
a quest for redemption.
The recently released Wrecking Ball, a
louder, overly produced collection of original
material, can be seen as an extension of
We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions, an
earlier foray into the folk songs of social
protest. And while it still champions the
working class hero in tunes like Jack of All
Trades, it also includes, as Springsteen
explained to Rolling Stone, songs about men
who wear ties. Theyre the ones in
Shackled and Drawn who roll the dice on
bankers hill and leave the workers to pay
the bill.
Its fitting that the first video for the new
album was shot in Springsteens adopted
home of Asbury Park. This New Jersey
shore town has faced struggles similar to
those of the characters that populate
Springsteens songs. On that Saturday in
2007, the town appeared a bit more desolate
than a winter season should allow. It looked
like many other cities laboring to rejuvenate
and survive. That was before the economic
downturn. They brought death to my
hometown, Springsteen angrily sings on
the new album, lamenting the new struggles
brought on by recession and greed. Its a far
cry from the postcard greeting that graced
his first album cover. I
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Engagement Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tobolski of Stow
Creek, NJ and Ms. Judy Fries of Vineland,
NJ are pleased to announce the engagement
of their daughter Rebecca Ann Tobolski to
Larry J. Simonini, Jr., son of Larry and
Theresa Simonini of Vineland, NJ.
The future bridge graduated from Trenton
State College where she received her
Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing
(BSN). She is employed at Childrens
Hospital of Philadelphia.
The future groom received a Bachelors
Degree at Rowan University. He is employed
at Rossi Middle School in Vineland as a Physical Education Teacher.
A June 2013 wedding is planned in Cape May, New Jersey.
Boys and Girls Club of Vineland
Applauds Members of Month
The Boys & Girls Club of Vineland named Michael
Forrester, top left, Member of the Month for January 2012.
He attends the Carl Arthur Recreation unit and is a fresh-
man at Vineland High School.
Jose Crespo, bottom left, was named Member of the
Month for February 2012 and he attends the Success Center
unit and is a senior at Vineland High School.
Members of the month are chosen by Club staff at each
unit and are based on attendance, participation in programs,
volunteerism and overall positive attitide.
Delsea Announces Teacher of the Year
Delsea Regional High School recently announced its
teacher of the year, Dr. Jessica Ippolito, an English teacher
at the high school since 1995, who has taught various levels
including Advanced Placement, Honors, HSPA and English
electives. Ippolito graduated from the University of Maryland
with a BA in Secondary Education/English and received her
MA in Teaching from Marygrove College and M.Ed. in School
Administration from Wilmington University.
Ippolito lives in Vineland with her husband, Todd, a teacher at Landis Middle
School. Last summer, she organized a social experiment, Hands-Up The Pose,
that has become an international charitable organization, www.handsupthepose.com,
raising money for organizations such as the The Gabriel Project. Her dedication to
teaching, charitable organizations and the betterment of her students is endless.
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VPS Superintendent
Dr. Mary Gruccio, a career educator
with more than three decades experi-
ence in Vineland, was appointed the
new Superintendent of Vineland Public
Schools at the March 14 Board of
Education meeting. Dr. Gruccio has
served as Assistant Superintendent of
Curriculum and Instruction since 2005.
Dr. Gruccio will serve as interim
superintendent from April 1 until June
30, following the retirement of Dr.
Maryann Banks, the district's top
administrator since December 2009.
Dr. Gruccio will then begin a full,
three-year term on July 1 that will con-
tinue until June 30, 2015.
"Thanks to those of you who
believed in me and gave me this
opportunity," said Dr. Gruccio, at the
board meeting, her voice filled with
emotion, "I will give 100 percent. I look
forward to working with the board and
all the people in this district to do the
very best we can to make decisions
based on what's good for our children."
Following the meeting, Dr. Gruccio
was congratulated by a throng of well-
wishers, including her children, William
and Lauren, and many former col-
leagues at Leuchter School, where she
served as principal for 16 years begin-
ning in 1989.
Dr. Gruccio holds a doctorate
degree in educational leadership from
Nova Southeastern University. She pre-
viously earned a master's degree in
urban education and community affairs
from William Patterson College and
has completed additional graduate
coursework in educational administra-
tion and student personnel services at
Rowan University.
Her undergraduate education
included an associate degree in educa-
tion from Cumberland County College
and a bachelor's degree in elementary
education from Monmouth University.
The new superintendent has admin-
istrative certification as a school
administrator, principal, and supervi-
sor. She also holds an educational
services certificate in student person-
nel services, and an instructional cer-
tificate in elementary education (K-8).
Dr. Gruccio's professional career
began with teaching a 5th grade sum-
mer enrichment program in Vineland
from 1975-1980. She then taught
Grades 4 & 5 at Dane Barse School
from 1975-1979, Grade 5 at H.L. Reber
School from 1979-1981, and Grades 5
& 6 at Landis Intermediate School
from 1981-1989. While at Landis, she
was also the 6th grade department
chairperson from 1985-1989.
While serving as principal at Max
Leuchter Elementary School and Oak
and Main Kindergarten Center, she was
co-director of the special education
curriculum development program.
Dr. Mary Gruccio is congratulated by her
daughter, Lauren, after it was announced
that she would be the new Superintendent
of Vineland Public Schools.
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Sacred Heart Board Members Appointed
Monsignor John Burton, Pastor of Christ the Good Shepherd
Parish in Vineland and Rector of Sacred Heart High School, has
announced the names of four Vineland men as the first appoint-
ed members of the schools Board of Limited Jurisdiction. The
four, all Sacred Heart alumni, are: Charles Ottinger (68), retired
Superintendent of Vineland Public Schools; attorney Lawrence
Pepper Jr. (61); Mark Ronchetti (77), certified public account-
ant; and public relations executive Francis Reilly (61).
These four gentlemen have served as the Executive
Committee in our work to preserve and improve Sacred Heart
High School following Bishop Galantes reconsideration of the
initial decision to close the school, said the Monsignor. They
have spent countless hours, along with the more than 30 mem-
bers of our fundraising committee, working to lay the ground-
work to return their alma mater to its rightful position as a bas-
tion of Catholic education in South Jersey.
The Board will eventually be comprised of 11 individuals from
throughout the
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himself a 1964
graduate, will over-
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Monsignor Burton, Rector of Sacred Heart High School
(SHHS) announced on Friday that the Save Sacred Heart High
School Committee had received a donation of $50,000 from the
Rose Marie Davis Foundation. The foundations namesake was
present at the press conference to present the check to SHHS
officials. The Diocese of Camden announced in January that
SHHS would be closed due to financial hardship, but the deci-
sion was reversed the following month after the Save Sacred
Heart Committee received approval for their five-year plan to
keep the school open. With Daviss donation, the committee has
nearly achieved initial goal of raising $300,000 by May 1, 2012.
Another $300,000 must be raised by December 1 as part of the
long-range financial plan for the school.
Front row, left to right: Save SHHS Committee leader Larry Pepper,
Monsignor John Burton, Rose Marie Davis, and SHHS Principal
Diane Tucker.
Back row, students, left to right: senior Siri Nesheim (valedictorian),
senior Rachel Gavigan, senior Brian Langdon, junior Nate Jones,
and senior Sam Nichols.
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Celebrate National Arbor Day
National Arbor Day is April 29 this
year, and the best way to celebrate is by
planting trees. The Arbor Day Foundation
is making it easy for everyone to celebrate
the tree planters holiday. Everyone who
joins the Foundation in April will receive
10 free shade trees.
National Arbor Day and New Jersey's
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in April, which is April 29 this year.
By joining the nonprofit Arbor Day
Foundation in April, you will receive the
following trees: red oak, sugar maple,
weeping willow, baldcypress, thornless
honeylocust, pin oak, river birch, tulip-
tree, silver maple and red maple. The free
trees are part of the Foundations Trees
for America campaign.
These trees will provide shade in the
summer and magnificent color through-
out the fall, said John Rosenow, chief
executive and founder of the Arbor Day
Foundation. When you plant a tree,
youre giving a gift for future generations.
The trees will be shipped postpaid at
the right time for planting in April or May
with enclosed planting instructions. The
6- to 12-inch trees are guaranteed to grow
or they will be replaced free of charge.
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Shade Trees, Arbor Day Foundation, 100
Arbor Avenue, Nebraska City, NE 68410,
by April 30, 2012, or visit
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Caring Keepers of Our Planet Earth
is the theme for the 4-H Environmental
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special exhibits in the Museum of
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make our downtown a great
place to come that, when we
have the opportunity to roll out the red
carpet and show others what we have
done, it really gives me a good feeling.
You might have read this week that the
Philadelphia Soul football team will be
coming to Vineland on Saturday, April 14,
to hold a full team practice right on the 600
block of Landis Avenue between 4 and 7
p.m. They will come complete with their
cheerleaders, the Philadelphia Soulmates.
You can all be cheerleaders, too, by coming
out and giving them a warm Vineland wel-
come while you watch the practice. This
will also be a fundraiser benefiting some
non-profit organizations, so some good
causes will be helped, as well. The next night,
you can go up to the Wells Fargo Center in
Philadelphia for a special Vineland-Millville
night and watch the Soul take on the San
Jose SaberCats. Were a big football area
here, so lets combine our love for the game
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with real civic pride and show them that
Landis Avenue is a great place to be.
We have another reason to roll out the
red carpet: Unless you are culturally
inclined, you might not have heard of the
South Jersey Cultural Alliance. Based in
Pleasantville, the Alliance is made up of
many of the cultural organizations through-
out South Jersey. Each May for the past 16
years, they have honored certain of their
member organizations at the Paul Aiken
Encore Awards ceremony. It is an elegant
affair with good food, networking, and pre-
sentations by member arts groups. A video
presentation shows highlights from the
member organizations past year. In 2010, I
had the pleasure of attending this great
event in Atlantic City when Main Street
Vineland was given the Aiken Award. This
year, we have the honor of hosting it at our
own Landis Theater Performing Arts
Center! This will bring about 250 represen-
tatives from approximately 50 arts organi-
zations from Moorestown to Cape May
right to our downtown. Lets show them
what we have done to make our downtown
a great place for great entertainment.
This presents an opportunity for all of
usresidents, merchants, business people
to show Vineland at its best. We probably
could not do all this 10 or 15 years ago. Now,
however, Vineland is being recognized,
thanks to all that we have achieved in the
last few years, and we need to convey pride
in our own downtown and our great city.
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We will also roll out the red carpet for
new Main Street Vineland volunteers. Our
annual Volunteer Information and
Networking Event (VINE) will occur on
Wednesday, April 18, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
The location of this event, sponsored by
Capital Bank of New Jersey, will be Bains
Deli, at 636 E. Landis Ave. If you are not a
volunteer and have wondered what were
about, come and find out. Its free and you
will meet our volunteers and committee
chairs who will be ready and eager to meet
you and welcome you to our team.
Whatever your skills or talents are, we can
use your help. Well have some light food
and Ill give a short presentation about the
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Vineland, visit 603 E. Landis Ave., call 794-
8653, visit www.mainstreetvineland.org, or
check them out on Facebook.
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Custom Made Easter Baskets & Trays Unique Basket Fillers
Jellybeans & Hollow Eggs Fresh Handmade Fudge
Bunnies & Eggs Personalized FREE!
Large Selection of Sugar-Free Candy
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April 8th
For Reservations Call: (856) 697-1200
301 Country Club Lane Buena, NJ 08310
www.allforeclub.com/bvcc
Salad Bar
Garden Salad w/ Assorted Dressings Fresh
Fruit Salad Italian Style Pasta Salad
Marinated Mushroom Salad Tomato
& Cucumber Salad w/ Balsamic Vinaigrette
Carving Station
Honey Glazed Ham w/ Pineapple Sauce & Apple Chutney
Entre
Stuffed Flounder w/ Spinach, Mushrooms & Mozzarella
Grilled Vegetable Pasta Primavera
Beef Tenderloin Tips in Burgundy Demi-Glace
w/ Onions, Peppers & Plum Tomatoes
Chicken Cutlet Layered w/ Ham & Swiss
Cheese And A Dijon Mustard Sauce
Vegetables
Potatoes au Gratin Sauted Mixed Vegetables
Dessert
Assorted Cakes and Toppings,
Puddings, Cookies & Brownies
Cash Bar Available
Sunday, April 8th
Seating Starts at 12:30 pm in
the Grand Ballroom
Adults: $22.95 Children 10 & Under $13.95
Prices Are Exclusive of Sales Tax & Gratuity
Extends an Invitation to you
and your family to join us for our
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On The Buffet
We use only
the Freshest
Ingredients
Happy Passover
&Happy Easter
to all our Loyal Customers
We have all your
Easter Goodies waiting for you
1370 Main Rd. Vineland
(856) 690-1200
APRIL 5, 6, AND 8
Easter Drama. Chestnut Assembly of
God, 2554 E. Chestnut Ave., Vineland.
Thursday: The Garden of
Gethsemane/Communion 7 p.m. Friday:
Good Friday/The Seven Last Words of
Christ 7 p.m. Sunday Easter/The
Resurrection 8 and 10:30 a.m. Free admis-
sion. 691-1205 ext. 15.
APRIL 6 AND 7
Boy Scout Troop's Easter Flower
Sale. Veteran Memorial Middle School,
corner of Main Rd. and Chestnut Ave.,
Vineland. Friday 11 a.m.7 p.m., Saturday
10 a.m.4 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 43 will
sell a large variety of Easter flowers rang-
ing in price from $3 to $20. All proceeds
will help pay for troop's camping trips
and activities throughout the summer.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6
The Dance: The Passion of Jesus
Christ. St. Mary School, 735 Union Rd.,
Vineland, 7:30 p.m. St. Padre Pio Parish
presents this moving performance of
Jesus life. 691-7526 or 691-8537.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6
Good Friday Breakfast. Trinity United
Methodist Church, 100 S. Second St.,
Millville. 8 a.m. Rev. Steven Elliott,
Second United Methodist Church, is
speaker. Special music by Higbees
Heroes, with singers Wayne Lutz, Ron
Vinick, John Maun and John Krause. $6.
Reserve at 825-0700.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
Fairton Christian Center's Free Egg
Hunt. 199 Fairton-Millville Rd., Fairton.
10 a.m.12 noon. Rain or shine. Bag dec-
orating, egg hunt, face painting, crafts,
food, games, petting zoo, pony rides,
story-time puppets. 856-455-0408.
SUNDAY, APRIL 8
Madd Egg Hunt. Vineland Skatepark,
537 E. Landis Dr., Vineland. 4 p.m. Grand
opening of skatepark with Team MGP.
609-364-6669.
SUNDAY, APRIL 8
Easter Egg Hunts. New Jersey
Motorsports Parks Finish Line Pub will
be hosting two Free Easter Egg Hunts,
for children of every age, on Sunday, at
two convenient times: Noon and 2 p.m.
Also enjoy Easter Brunch, featuring a
buffet of breakfast and dinner menu
items complete with chef-attended
action stations. $20 adults, $10 for chil-
dren age 4 to 11; free for age 3 and
younger. Easter Brunch hours 11 a.m.3
p.m. RSVP 327-7202.
EASTER HAPPENINGS

Easter Bunny at the


Cumberland Mall
Children grow faster than Spring flow-
ers. Capture a memorable moment
with the Easter Bunny through
Saturday, April 7. Choose from a vari-
ety of photo packages perfect for
making a special holiday memory.
Free Shutterfly Gift Card with every
photo purchase. Every child who visits
the Easter Bunny will receive a free
gift, too. The Easter Bunny is available
for photos Mon.Sat., 10 a.m.9 p.m.;
and Sunday, 11 a.m.6 p.m. For infor-
mation on Easter Bunny photo pack-
ages visit www.cumberlandmallnj.com.
FIRST SERVICE ON
EASTER for the Vineland location
of Christ Community Church at 2755
Lincoln Avenue (Sherman and
Lincoln avenues) in the DeMarco-
Luisi Building. 8:30 service. All are
welcome. (Newfield location is at 201
Salem Avenue in Newfield.)
Call 856-691-6080
for reservations
East Landis Ave. & Tuckahoe Rd.
East Vineland
Easter Sunday
Breakfast Buffet
Photos with the Easter Bunny
Bring Your Camera
All your breakfast
favorites cooked right
in front of you
(including omelettes & crepes)
GREAT VALUE
$9.99 Adults
$6.99 Children 6 & under
8am until 2pm
Served upstairs in the Chandelier Room
and downstairs in the main dining room
East Vineland
Tucka East Landis Ave. &
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June 10th Youth Group Rally with Interna
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June 11th - 6:00 pm
Speakers Vince Amrosetti & Grayson Brown
June 12th - 7:00 pm
Mass with Bishop Galante
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Hours: Mon & Tues 11am-2am, Weds-Sat 9am-2am, Sun 8am-2am Gift Certificates Available
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Serving Brunch 8am - 3pm
Sunday April 8th
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We invite you to our famous Easter Sunday Dinner Buffet
at Merighis Savoy Inn 12 noon - 6 pm

Childrens Buffet Available
Adults: $24 Children 10 & Under: $12 Children 3 and under FREE
4940 E. Landis Ave.
(corner of Union Rd) in East Vineland
www.savoyinn.com
Call 856-691-8051 for Reservations
Since 1954
Antipasta & Salad Bar
More than 24 items - this is a meal in itself!
Carving Station
Rosemary encrusted Roast Loin of Pork,
Roast Leg of Lamb,Pecan encrusted
Virginia Ham
Italian Pasta Station
Baked Manicotti with Marinara, Eggplant
Parmigianino, Tortellini Alfredo
Main Buffet Station
Meatballs & Sausage Cacciatore, Chicken
Marsala, Salmon served with a basil cream sauce,
Seafood Creole with rice, Cheddar Smashed
Potatoes, Chefs Fresh Medley Vegetables
Desert Station
Tempting layer cakes, assorted pastries,
homemade pies, rich mousses, brownies...and
our legendary Chocolate Dipping Fountain!
SUNRISE SERVICES
The Sunrise Service at the Buck
Park Gazebo on the Millville
Maurice River, with the Rev. Gerritt
W. Kenyon giving the resurrection
message, will begin at 6:30 a.m.
Sponsored by the Greater Millville
Ministerial Association with partic-
ipating ministers. Music for the
event will include congregational
singing, George and Cindy Berry
with instrumentation. People
attending the riverfront park are
invited to bring lawn chairs. In
case of the rain, the alternate
location will be the Second
Methodist Church. 285-4661 or
825-6689
Easter Sunrise Service at Port
Elizabeth United Methodist Church
will begin at 6 a.m. in the
Meditation Garden (142 Port
Elizabeth-Cumberland Road, Port
Elizabeth. Take Route 47S over the
bridge entering Port Elizabeth and
turn left twice. Red brick church is
on the left.
Bethany Presbyterian Church, 31
North Pearl St., Bridgeton, 6:30
a.m. - Sunrise Service at Jersey
Oaks Camp with Shiloh Seventh
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Bay Atlantic Federal Credit Union
Helps Childrens Miracle Network
Bay Atlantic Federal Credit Union was
recently recognized for placing third in the
NJ Credit Unions raising funds for
Childrens Miracle Network. Bay Atlantic
FCU raised $6,332 in 2011 for Childrens
Miracle Network at CHOP. All donations
stay local at CHOP, helping families and
children in our community.
Fundraising efforts include selling CMN
icons, flowers for Mothers Day, stuffed ani-
mals for the holidays, a yard sale and col-
lecting change each week from members.
Employees also support fundraising efforts
by participating in Jeans for Kids, paying
$5 every Friday to wear jeans to work.
National Credit Union Youth Week will
be celebrated April 22 through 28.
Sacred Heart High School Seeks
to Employ Head of School
Monsignor John Burton, Rector of
Sacred Heart High School in Vineland, has
announced the recruitment of a Head of
School for the high school, as a successful
fundraising campaign continues to guaran-
tee the schools extended future.
Current school administrators have
been invited to apply for the position. The
job will also be advertised publically
throughout the region, and within the
Diocese of Camden.
The Head of School will serve as a cen-
tralized leader within the school and
throughout the local community, tend to all
issues concerning the school, and be
charged with building consensus among
teachers, staff and families. The Head of
School will report directly to the newly
formed board of limited jurisdiction,
charged with oversight of the high school.
Msgr. Burton will serve as an ex officio
member of the board.
Interested persons may review job qual-
ifications and the required application
process by visiting the schools website,
www.shhslions.com.
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but I have already heard all
I want to hear about two
thingsthe Republican
primaries and Tim Tebow.
In the Tebow case, its just way, way too
much of a good thing. Yeah, thats right. A
good thing. This seems to be yet another
case of mass media overkill.
Tebow seems like a nice enough young
man whos been getting hammered by the
media for kneeling in prayer after games.
Thats it. Thats what hes done thats
brought him all this national attention.
He was the quarterback of a national
college football championship team. He got
drafted into the pros even though all the
experts said all he did was win.
Doesnt have the tools, was the experts
decision. In the pros, all he did was take
over a losing team (the Denver Broncos)
and lead them into the playoffsand then
beat Pittsburgh in a playoff game.
After that, Tebow mania swept the coun-
tryto the point where Saturday Night Live
started mocking him in skits. Thats when
you know youve either hit rock bottom or
made it to the top of the mountain.
Just when I thought I couldnt stand any-
more, the Tebow news got bumped by Lin-
sanity. Jeremy Lin is a basketball player for
the New York Knicks who came literally out
of nowhere to lead a resurgence of the
Knicks that might get them into the playoffs.
His shining star has waned a little bit,
though, because the Knicks are still just a
semi-good basketball team. Then, just as
things started returning to what passes for
normal in the sports world, came word that
Tebow was headed to New Jersey.
Well, not exactly New Jersey, as Tebow
was traded to the New York Jets. But the Jets
play their home games in New Jersey and I
heard our governor last week saying he
would very much like to get Tebow involved
in helping promote the state.
Well, good for him and good for Tebow.
Personally, I would welcome having a nice
young man representing our state. Imsick and
tired of the bad guys getting all the attention.
I just wish the media would simply focus
on the football aspects of Tebows career and
leave his relationship with his God out of it.

Speaking of media focus, this Republican


primary thing just keeps dragging on. Four
years ago we had the Dems (Clinton versus
Obama) battling through their primaries.
This time is different, though, as the
Republicans really dont seem to want to get
behind any of the candidates. Which could
very well bring us our first brokered conven-
tion since 1976.
In 76, incumbent President Gerald Ford
(he took over first for disgraced vice-presi-
dent Spiro Agnew and then for the even-
more-disgraced President Richard Nixon)
went though the same kind of primary battle.
His principal opponent was Ronald
Reagan. The primary happened to be in
Detroit in the newly built Pontiac Silverdome.
At the time I was the night production
editor at the Detroit News and the convention
was a very big deal. Ford was a local guy
(hed been a Grand Rapids congressman for a
zillion years) and Reagan was a former actor.
Ford should have been a shoo-in, but the
country was just getting over Vietnam and
was mired in double-digit inflation (do you
remember Fords WINWhip-Inflation-
Nowprogram).
The media wasnt crazy about Ford
because hed pardoned Nixon. It particularly
bothered us at the News because Ford, when
hed become president, hired Jerry TerHorst
as his press secretary. TerHorst had been a
reporter for the News for a number of years
and was the papers Washington bureau chief.
When Nixon was pardoned, TerHorst
resigned. So there were some hard feelings in
the business about Ford. Anyway, the con-
vention went on and on and nobody was get-
ting the votes necessary for the nomination.
Our publisher, Peter B. Clark, was working
behind the scenes to broker a deal where
Reagan and Ford, would run as co-equals.
As best I remember, the two would share
responsibilities with one focusing on domes-
tic issues and the other international con-
cerns. We actually had a Its Ford-Reagan
headline and story set for the morning edi-
tion. I got the call from Mr. Clark himself to
kill the story about five minutes before the
presses started.
I never did find out exactly what hap-
pened or why. Probably couldnt decide
whod get top billing. Best story of the con-
vention, and I bet you never heard it before.
I dont know what the best story from
this summers Republican convention will be,
but dont be surprised if you dont hear it for
years and years.
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reetings! I know many people have to
watch their sugar intake, so I would
like to share with you a low glycemic
sweetener that my family and I use in modera-
tion. Its Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Blue
Agave. This sweetener is taken right from the
core of the blue agave plant. Its a multi-pur-
pose sweetener to use in baked goods, in place
of pancake syrup, in beverages, in cereal (both
hot and cold) and more. Its quick-dissolving
and delicious. Another plus about Wholesome
Organic Raw Blue Agave is that it has none of
the bitter aftertaste associated with artificial
sweeteners. You can use as a one-for-one ratio
replacement for sugar, or adjust its use to your
own personal tasteits actually sweeter than
sugar, so less is more. When using in baked
goods, be sure to reduce the other liquids in
the recipe, and bake at a lower temperature by
about 25 degrees; to account for the lower bak-
ing temperature, simply bake a little longer.
Using Organic Raw Blue Agave may very well
broaden dietary options for many diabetics,
but, just as with any sweetener, use in modera-
tion, and be sure to check with your doctor if
diabetic before using, as glycemic index varies
with how each person metabolizes sugar.
Important Note: Not all brands of agave
are processed the same, some is not even pure
agave. You can learn more about one of the best
brands at www.wholesomesweeteners.com/
AgaveFactsVSFiction.html
Moms Fudgy Brownies
2/3 cup agave
1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1/2 cup white whole-wheat flour
1/4 tsp. non-aluminum baking powder
1/4 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. sea salt
1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce
2 tbs. olive oil
1 large egg, at room temperature
3/4 tsp. pure vanilla extract
Preheat the oven to 350. Grease an 8-inch
square pan with non-stick cooking spray, set
aside. Place the agave into a small saucepan on
stovetop and warm over low heat, once agave
is warm, add the cocoa and stir with a fork
until well combined. Let mixture cool to room
temperature. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, add
the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt,
whisk until well combined. In a large bowl,
combine the applesauce, oil, egg, and vanilla,
whisk together until well blended, then add
the agave-cocoa mixture and whisk until
smooth. Add the flour mixture to the liquid
mixture and stir gently until no traces of flour
remain. Pour the batter into the prepared pan
and bake until the surface looks dry around
the edges of the pan, and a toothpick inserted
into the center comes out with just a few moist
crumbs clinging to it, (about 25 minutes).
Place the pan on a cooling rack and let cool
completely before slicing into 16 squares. I
Lisa Ann is author of Seasoned With Love,
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Anthony Fanucci have given way to a new
chapter at the facility under the steward-
ship of Lou Ferretti.
Ferretti plans to serve neo-Italian cuisine
in a casual upscale setting seven days a week.
The lounge at Moris will offer menus to suit
all occasions and theme events, and will
also feature a lavish brunch buffet on holi-
days. Moris opening celebration will begin
on Saturday, April 7, with a special appear-
ance by Kenny Jeremiah and Bittersweet.
Area diners can also look forward to the
grand opening of Lunas Outdoor Bar and
Grille at Merighis Savoy Inn on Friday,
April 13. Jeff Giuliani will play solo on the
deck and then the celebration moves inside
with ElevenEleven at 9pm.
Also, the Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf
Course will be open for lunch and dinner
starting the Wednesday after Easter.
Ritas Water Ice has opened along
Lincoln Avenue, next to Marias Hair Salon
in the ShopRite Plaza, this Saturday with a
grand opening in two weeks.
Also, Ginas Ristorante in the Lincoln
ShopRite Plaza (next to ShopRite Liquors)
is opening an outdoor barbeque area.
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Lincoln Avenue, just a few hundred yards
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Nightlife at Bennigans. 2196 W.
Landis Ave., Vineland, 205-0010. Karaoke
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Fridays 9 p.m.-Close, $3 Coronas. All
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765-5977.
EVERY WEDNESDAY
Salsa Night. The Cosmopolitan. 3513 S.
Delsea Dr,, Vineland. Latin-inspired dance
party. 765-5977.
EVERY THURSDAY
Jazz Duos. Annata Wine Bar, Bellevue
Ave., Hammonton, 609-704-9797. Live Jazz
featuring area's best jazz duos. 6:30 -
9:30 p.m. No cover. RSVP recommended.
Magician Kevin Bethea. Ten22 Bar &
Grill at The Centerton Country Club &
Event Center, 1022 Almond Rd.,
Pittsgrove. 68 p.m. Magician and sleight
of hand illusionist Kevin Bethea, performs
his world-class magic tableside.
APRIL 6 THROUGH 8
Nightlife at Ramada. Harry's Pub at
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.
Nightlife at Neptune Restaurant. 1554
S. Delsea Dr., Vineland. Nightly entertain-
ment. Call for details. 692-2800.
Nightlife at The Rail. The Rail, 1252
Harding Hwy, Richland. 697-7245. Thurs.:
Game Night. Fri.: Revolve: The Beatles
Tribute Band. Sat.: TBA.
Nightlife at Old Oar House. Old Oar
House Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville,
293-1200. Wed.: Karaoke 9 p.m. Thurs.:
Open Mic Night 9 p.m,. Fri.: Revolver 9
p.m., Scott Seabock 9 p.m.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
Latino Music Festival. Landis Theater, 830
E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 7 p.m. Featuring Tony
Vega, pictured at right, and Edgar Joel, pic-
tured below. After-party dance beginning at
10 p.m. in the second floor Moris Ballroom.
The Latin Music Festival will also feature
the Merengue sensation Lily Bomba and the
Latin pop/rock sounds of Natalie Bermudez.
At the post-concert dance party, which kicks-
off immediately after the concert, from 10 to 2 will be
Lily Bomba with Tony Minaya and his Orchestra along
with DJ Joe Rivera. You must be over 21 to attend the
post-concert party, and proper attire is required.
Concert tickets start at $35. There are also a lim-
ited number of $75 VIP tickets available. Tickets for
the post-concert party are $15 for concert ticket
holders, and $25 general admission. Tickets for the
concert and post-concert dance can be purchased
online at Landistheater.com, at the box office, or by
phone at 856-691-1121.
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Top 40 Dance Party w/ DJ Tony
Morrison. The Cosmopolitan. 3513 S.
Delsea Dr,, Vineland. All of the most popular
mainstream dance music. 765-5977.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6
The Dance: The Passion of Jesus
Christ. St. Mary School, 735 Union Rd.,
Vineland, 7:30 p.m. St. Padre Pio Parish
presents this moving performance of
Jesus life. Program under direction of
Grace Hoffner, performers are members of
St. Padre Pio Parish, St. Mary School and
the community. St. Padre Pio Parish 691-
7526 or St. Mary School 691-8537.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6
Adelante. Bogarts Bookstore. 210 N. High
St., Millville. Free admission. Jazz fusion.
79 p.m.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
Robert & Shane Cutrfello. Bogarts
Bookstore. 210 N. High St., Millville. Free
admission. Guitar duo. 7-9 p.m.
THURSDAY, APRIL 12
The Godfather. Landis Theater, 830 E.
Landis Ave., Vineland. 8 p.m. Tickets $14;
purchase online at Landistheater.com or
by calling 691-1121.
FRIDAY, APRIL 13
Oldies Dance with Jerry Blavat. Buena
Vista Country Club, Rt. 40 and Country
Club Ln., Buena. All proceeds benefit The
Boys and Girls Club of Vineland.
ElevenEleven. Lunas Outdoor Bar &
Grille at Merighis Savoy Inn. 4940 E.
Landis Ave. East Vineland, 691-8051.
Lunas grand openingJeff Giuliani solo
on the deck, then the celebration moves
inside with ElevenEleven at 9pm.
WEDNESDAYS THROUGH MAY 2
Karaoke Contest. Old Oar House
Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville, 293-
1200. Wed.: 8 p.m. The Pub teams up
with Kurbster Entertainment to bring
seven weeks of competitive. The
singers have been selected and will
sing at least two songs each night.
AT BENNIGANS
Phillies Opening Day Celebration.
2196 W. Landis Ave., Vineland, 205-
0010. On Monday, April 9,
Special game day drink specials
Giveaways and raffles
Free hot dogs and popcorn
Over 21 HDTVs to view the game
New $5, $6 and $7 Lunch
Menu beginning Monday, April 9.
Available Monday through Friday, 11
a.m.4 p.m. Many classic Bennigans
dishes featured at affordable prices.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21
Comedy Night: Joe Conklin. VHS
South, W. Chestnut Ave., Vineland. 7:30
p.m. A family-friendly comedy night
fundraiser to benefit the Vineland High
School football and tennis programs.
Performing will be radio personality
Joe Conklin, also known for his for his
spot-on impressions of Barack
Obama, Cole Hamels, Allen Iverson,
and Charles
Barkley,
among oth-
ers. Conklin's
stand-up
routine skew-
ers some of
the countrys
top politi-
cians, pro
athletes,
sports execu-
tives, and
film stars.
His TV cred-
its include: NFL Films Presents,
Entertainment Tonight, The NBA on
TNT, ESPN: Baseball Tonight, Comcast
Sportsnet, Finders Keepers, Americas
Funniest People.
Two other comedians will also be
on the program. Tickets are $25 each.
Reserved seats for groups of 10 or
more will be available. For more infor-
mation, or to order tickets, contact any
member of the football or boys tennis
team or call (609) 501-3340.
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DUST OFF YOUR WALKING SHOES
P.U.S.H. 5 mile walk down the sidewalks Of Vineland.
P.U.S.H. People United to Stop Hunger
WHERE:
Registration and start and nish - Chestnut
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REGISTRATION:
8:30am to 9:00am, Walk starts 9:00am
FEES:
Adults 16 and Older:
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Children 10 to 15: (must be accompanied by an adult)
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Free
May 19, 2012
Questions: 856-690-5509
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Make Checks Payable to: Soup Kitchen of Vineland Auxiliary
Mail to: Soup Kitchen of Vineland Auxiliary, PO Box 636, Vineland, NJ 08362-0636
Sponsored by Soup Kitchen of Vineland Auxiliary. All proceeds from the walk go to the Vineland
Ministerium Food Bank to assure that our Vineland neighbors do not go to bed hungry.
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HAPPENINGS
More events on pages 12-13 and C6.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4
Vineland High School Staff
Recognition. VHS South Upstairs Atrium,
W. Chestnut Ave., Vineland. 2:30 p.m. The
purpose of the VHS Historical Committee
is to preserve and proudly display histori-
cal artifacts that build on the great tradi-
tion of the school, established in 1870.
THURSDAY, APRIL 5
Cataract Coffee Talk. SurgiCenter of
Vineland, 251 S. Lincoln Ave., Vineland.
Anyone interested in attending should reg-
ister due to the limited space available.
Call Stacy at 691-8188 ext. 272 to register.
Photographic Society of Vineland
Meeting. Newfield Senior Center, corner of
Catawba Ave and Church St., Newfield. 7
p.m. For more information, visit www.psv-
cameraclub.com or call 794-2528.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6
Crabs & Spaghetti Dinner. North Italy
Club Hall, Eighth St. and Virano Ln.,
Vineland. 6 p.m. Takeouts available 5:30
p.m. Bring a container. Steamed and raw
clams also available. 692-9862.
TUESDAY, APRIL 10
Town Council Meeting. Council
Chambers, City Hall, Vineland. 7:30 p.m.
Health Care Planning. Friends Village,
Fenwick Auditorium, One Friends Dr.,
Woodstown. 10 a.m. James W. McCracken,
Ombudsman for the State of New Jersey,
will speak about the importance of
advance health care planning.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11
Greater Millville Chamber of
Commerce Luncheon. New Jersey
Motorsports Park, Millville. 11:30 a.m.
Speaker is Tom Maddox, president of
American Diving Supply, & Titanic
Expedition 2005 Co-Pilot Mir 2
Submersible, who will tell of his rare
opportunity to dive on the Titanic recovery.
$22. 856-825-2600.
THURSDAY, APRIL 12
Spring Is in the Air Luncheon.
Ramada Inn in Vineland, 2216 W. Landis
Ave. & Route 55, Vineland. Noon1:45
p.m. Chelsea Musick, professional country
and Christian singer and Pamela Cahill,
who will share "How to Overcome Fear."
Open to all women. $15 inclusive. Free
nursery but bring a bag lunch for each
child. 856-765-5187 to RSVP by April 9.
Club Birthday CelebrationLuncheon.
300 "E" St., Millville. 12:30 p.m. Millville
Woman's Club will host guest speaker
Lauren VanEmbden, who will talk on the
ongoing Levoy reconstruction. $12. RSVP
to Carol Dickson at 856-765-5372.
SATURDAY, APRIL 14
Town Wide Yard Sale. In Mauricetown.
Mauricetown/Haleyville United Methodist
VENDORS NEEDED!
Flea Market to benefit Girl Scouts at
D'Ippolito Elementary School
1578 N Valley Ave., Vineland.
Saturday, May 5, 9 a.m.3 p.m.
Must Have Own Tables/Tents for
shade12 X 12 SPACE $10
Call Jen 267-934-3629.
Dane Barse Elementary School PTO
is seeking vendors for its first annual
"Mom's Night Out," on Friday, April
20, 6:308 p.m. at the school, 240
S. Orchard Rd. Cost is $10 per
space, must supply your own table.
Setup time 5:30 p.m. Checks for
table reservations should be made
payable to Dane Barse PTO and
mailed to school by April 16. For fur-
ther details and a vendor form, paste
this URL into your web browser:
www.vineland.org/pr/public/barse402.pdf
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RECYCLINGS LEASTWANTED
Plastic Caps/Lids Hazardous Waste
Non-Recyclable Glass/Ceramics
Styrofoam/Non-Recyclable Plastics
Plastic Bags Frozen Food Containers
Churches Loyalty Circle. 8 a.m. Food avail-
able for purchase and bake sale on
church property. 785-2931.
Historical Society Tea Party/Poetry
Reading. 108 S. Seventh St., Vineland.
14 p.m. Society invites local residents to
attend a Civil War Poetry Tea. S. Thomas
Summers will read selections from his
new book, Private Hercules McGraw:
Poems of the American Civil War. William
Yeager, Civil War re-enactor from
Bridgeton, will play mid-19th century
music on his fife. Seating limited, register
no later than April 7. $10 and $5 for ages
12 and under. To register, call 856-691-1111
or e-mail vinelandhistory@gmail.com.
SUNDAY, APRIL 15
Millville Historical Society Fundraiser.
Elks Lodge in Millville, 46 p.m. Benefits
the restoration of the 1814 Mansion House
on Columbia Avenue. Sit-down dinner
catered by Larry Hurst, entertainment is
Benny Marsella, singer and drummer of
"Anthony & the Sophomores" and "Junior
Pirollo & the Four J's." Tickets at 293-1078,
or visit Steelman's Photographics. Tickets
$30 per person and must be purchased in
advance. No tickets will be sold at the door.
Crusader Classics Car Show. Delsea
Regional HS, Fries Mill Rd., 10 a.m.3 p.m.
Also, Chinese auction, DJ, food. Portion of
proceeds from car show will be donated
to Donna Brandt Memorial Scholarship,
which goes to a graduating senior major-
ing in education. Brandt taught at Delsea
Middle School. Car show registration fee
$8; after April 10, $10 and owners may
register day of show. Trophies given for 17
classes. Registration details:
http://tinyurl.com/delseacarshow.
856-694-0100, ext. 391.
Bus Trips
The Friends of Vineland Public
Library are offering a bus trip to
Washington D.C. and Alexandria,
Virginia on Saturday, April 14. The cost
is $39 and includes transportation and
helpful handouts. Visit the National
Shrines and Smithsonian Museums.
Please call the library Administration
Department at 794-4244 ext. 4732 for
more information or stop in the library
Monday through Friday from 10-5 to
purchase tickets. All proceeds benefit
the Vineland Public Library.
Ramoth Church (Vineland
Nazarene) is sponsoring a bus trip to
NYC, Saturday, April 14. Bus departs
church parking lot (2725 N. Delsea
Drive) at 8 a.m. Three drop-off points
Radio City Music Hall, Central Park, and
Canal Street. You have all day to do
what you wish. Bus departs from Radio
City at 6:30 p.m. to return to church at
9 p.m. $45 sear includes coffee/donuts,
bottled water and driver gratuity.
Contact Shelly Peterson 856-358-9124.
Space is limited. Tickets are non-
refundable.
Sabater Elementary School is
sponsoring a bus trip on Sunday, May
20 to see the 3 p.m. performance of
Tyler Perry's "Madea Gets a Job" at the
Liacouras Center in Philadelphia. Funds
raised from this event will benefit the
student activity fund. Tickets range in
price from $80 to $95, including bus
transportation. The bus will leave the
Main Road Shopping Center parking lot,
opposite McDonald's, at 1 p.m. The bus
is expected to leave Philadelphia at
5:30 p.m. Dinner on your own will be
at Adelphia in Deptford at approximate-
ly 6:30 p.m. Arrival back in Vineland is
expected at 9 p.m. Deadline for pur-
chasing tickets is April 4. For more
information, contact Val Carbonara at
432-8542.
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24 Hitchner Ave., Ellen Berry (Grdn.) to
Lakhwinder Kaur on 1/19/12 for $61,500
169 Atlantic St., Bonnie Champion Ezzo to
Mark Champion on 1/23/12 for $56,000
122 New St., Soda Investments LLC to
James McGowan, Jr. on 1/24/12 for
$48,000
101 N Burlington Rd., Mary Reimer (Exec.)
to Benjamin Alan Morris on 1/24/12 for
$85,000
96 Vine St., Manuel Tommaseo to Arthur L
Marchand on 1/30/12 for $37,000
247 Fayette St., Mary Louise Williams
(Exec.) to Arthur L Marchand on 1/30/12
for $50,000
COMMERCIAL TWP
1830 Main St., William Henderson, III to
Deedra Brewer on 1/18/12 for $35,000
431 Dandelion Rd., Levari Doris LLC to
Frank H Thon on 1/25/12 for $30,000
417 & 425 Iris Rd., Stanley D Clark (Ind.
Adm.) to Gerald L Davis on 1/30/12 for
$10,000
417 & 425 Iris Rd., Stanley D Clark (Ind.
Adm.) to Gerald L Davis on 1/30/12 for
$10,000
DEERFIELD TWP
538 Big Oak Rd., Donna Breland to David
Sacca on 1/20/12 for $170,000
108 West Ave., Paula A Spector Brozina
(Exec.) to Leah April on 1/25/12 for
$170,500
MILLVILLE
201 Crescent Blvd., Kevin S Kolva to
Joseph Kurtz on 1/19/12 for $120,000
714 N 3rd St., Aisya Hinson to Dennis
Jones on 1/20/12 for $20,000
602 N 8th St., Robert C Piper to Ricky L
Miller on 1/20/12 for $83,000
22 Wildwood Ave., Elizabeth M Marques to
Barbara Marques on 1/20/12 for $130,000
1717 Coventry Way, Stella M Marques to
Anthony Houser on 1/24/12 for $20,000
1717 Coventry Way, Anthony Houser to RPJ
Properties on 1/24/12 for $32,500
703 E Broad St., Marie L Matarazzo to
Gold Lilly Group LLC on 1/24/12 for
$44,500
333 W Main St., Russell Sutton to Frank A
Eigenmann on 1/24/12 for $53,000
29 Porreca Dr., Mary L Arditi (Est. by
Exec.) to John Marques on 1/25/12 for
$142,000
VINELAND
228 E Elmer Rd., Nicholas Marandino to
Scott W Goldacker on 1/18/12 for $183,000
412 S Sixth St., Miguel A Tirado, Sr. (by Atty.)
to Ricardo Castro on 1/18/12 for $240,000
2537 Southwood Dr., Andrew S Heller to
John C Boyle on 1/19/12 for $232,500
Palermo Ave., David Gardner to Timothy J
Gardner on 1/20/12 for $67,500
523 S Spring Rd., Shirley A Hope (by Atty.)
to Brian Barnes on 1/23/12 for $110,000
521-523 S East Ave., Ri-Co LLC to RPJ
Properties LLC on 1/24/12 for $20,975
521-523 S East Ave., City of Vineland to
Ri-Co LLC on 1/24/12 for $22,000
1479 Cornucopia Ave., Louis R Ferrari, Jr. to
Robert J Ferrari, Jr. on 1/24/12 for $70,000
531 N Second St., Ernest H Moore to Jose
Gonzalez on 1/24/12 for $92,000
2911 S Union Rd., Coucill D LLC to Robert
L Jessie, Sr. on 1/24/12 for $114,000
525 N Second St., Jose A Gonzalez to
Jose A Gonzalez, Jr. on 1/24/12 for
$130,000
1180 Cypress Dr., Robert R Heiser, Jr. to
Prudential Relocation Inc. on 1/24/12 for
$168,900
1180 Cypress Dr., Prudential Relocation
Inc. to Christina Sweikert on 1/24/12 for
$168,900
1850 E Walnut Rd., Lena M Romanini (Est.
by Exec.) to Megan L Suits on 1/24/12 for
$174,900
572 Sandy Ct., EJG Properties at Woodcrest
LLC to Pria Milledge on 1/24/12 for $183,900
3151 Brookfield St., Kelly J Konstantinos
to Ryan A Giannascoli on 1/24/12 for
$315,500
566 Sandy Ct., EJG Properties at
Woodcrest LLC to Robert Aponte on
1/25/12 for $215,000
990 West Garden Rd., Ana Lydia Lopez to
Raul Lopez on 1/27/12 for $200,000
3334 Dante Ave., Spring Hollow No. 1 LLC to
David DiLeonardo on 1/30/12 for $115,500
3358 Dante Ave., Spring Hollow No. 1 LLC to
David DiLeonardo on 1/30/12 for $115,500
3382 Dante Ave., Spring Hollow No. 1 LLC to
David DiLeonardo on 1/30/12 for $115,500
3406 Dante Ave., Spring Hollow No. 1 LLC to
David DiLeonardo on 1/30/12 for $115,500
2863 Bryant St., Federal National
Mortgage Assoc (by Atty.) to Anatolii
Gordiienko on 1/30/12 for $164,900
1192 Liberty Ave., Landmark Development
No. 4 LLC to Randall Caccese on 1/30/12
for $185,000
412 Sheridan Ave., Josephine White to
Kenan A White on 1/30/12 for $257,900
4154 E Landis Ave., Wes Bates
Construction Co. to Radamas Viera on
1/31/12 for $158,000
1145 Jamic Rd., Joel S Ruga to Ann Straile
on 1/31/12 for $190,000
1171 E Walnut St., Parvins LP to Parvin
Estates LLC on 1/31/12 for $900,000
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
The following transactions of $20,000 or more were filed with Cumberland County
in the month of January 2012 (transactions may have occurred in an earlier month).
Names listed may, in some cases, be those of buyers or sellers representatives.
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Use the form below, or visit
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Deadline is Friday for the following Wednesdays paper.
Micro Electric LLC.
Residential repair, addi-
tions, and services.
Bonded and insured.
no job is too small.
NJ LIC #14256.
Call 609-501-7777
ACTORS/ACTRESSES
Wanted for lowbudget horror
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NOW HIRING. NATIONAL
COMPANY FOR CLAIMS
REP, TRANSPORTATION
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Office Retail Available. Mint
condition. Excellent down-
town area. $700 per month
plus utilities and security.
Call 856-692-6849.
Vineland locations:
2 bedroom, second floor,
$850/mo.
Also, 1 bedroom, $750/mo.
Includes heat and hot
water. References and
credit check required.
Call 352-751-5415
Yard Sale: 1123 Rogers
Ave., Vineland. Saturday,
4/14. Rain date: 4/21. Slag
lamps, 1950 singer sewing
machine, 1970 autograph
Flyers hockey stick,
Halloween, Christmas
decorations, toys, free
stuff, lots more! 9:00 to
4:00 pm. No early birds!
BUSH AND TREE TRIM-
MING, SNOW, LEAF, TREE
AND STUMP REMOVAL,
GUTTERS/BASEMENT
CLEAN-OUTS, MOWING,
FIREWOOD SALES.
VINELAND/MILLVILLE
AREA. 856-305-0194
Looking for a good home
for a five year old female
mixed poodle! Very lov-
able and craves attention.
Call (856) 982-8125
Chickens For Sale: Laying
hens, 10 months old,
Rhode Island Reds,
whitee leg horn. Baby
chicks are here. Eggs,
hatching eggs available,
24/7. Call 609-722-2002
Have a bike taking up
space in your home?
Please consider donating
it. The Vineland Rotary
Club has partnered with
Pedals for Progress to
export bikes to third-world
countries where they are
needed for transportation.
Also collecting treadle and
portable sewing machines.
Contact Henry Hansen at
856-696-0643 for drop-off
or pick-up.
Order your St. Josephs
Pants! Call Nancy at
692-4497.
CAROL'S DOG DEN,
PROFESSIONAL DOG
GROOMING SINCE 2000.
3027 Cedarville Road,
Millville 856-447-3870
or 609-501-7480 $10
first grooming with ad.
Wanted Dead or alive.
Junk or running cars.
Quick removal. Cash
paid. 856-649-2732.
Steelman's Drywall.
Hanging, finishing and
repairs. No job too big or
small. Free estimate. Call
Joe 609-381-3814.
Turk's Pressure Clean.
Property maintenance.
Vinyl and aluminum sid-
ing, concrete, brick, roof
cleaning, gutter clean-
out. Over 25 years in
business, fully insured.
(856) 692-7470.
John's Lawn Mowing:
Clean Ups, edging, bush
and tree trimming &
stump removal, mulch,
river-rock, gutter cleaning,
Vineland/Millville area
856-305-0194
Electrical
Contractor
Pete Construction
Specializing in decks,
roofs and home
remodeling. State
licensed and insured.
Call for a free esti-
mate. 856-507-1456.
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Head of School
Sacred Heart High School, Vineland, NJ
Seeking an individual with an understanding of the
mission of the Catholic school who possesses the
knowledge and skills to share the truths of the Catholic
Faith with students, parents and staff. Position will
require a full-time administrator whose responsibilities
include the areas of Curriculum and Instruction,
Budget Preparation and Implementation, Pupil
Personnel, Staff Personnel, Parish/School Community
Relations, and Physical Facilities.
Applicants must possess the following:
Masters Degree
N. J. Principal Certification or an equivalent certificate
N. J. Teachers Certificate or an equivalent certificate
Five years teaching experience
Experience in budget preparation and analysis
Evidence of competency in management, communi-
cation and collaborative skills
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1655 Magnolia Road, Vineland, NJ 08361
Homecare Provider
available: Prefer to
stay in Cumberland
County. No live in,
but overnight avail-
able. No driving.
Call 856-691-1133 or
856-581-5127
Power Chair from the
Scooter Store. Model
Jazzy Select GT. New,
never used. Complete
with charger and leg
rests. Asking $1500.
Call 856-692-0099
For Sale: Dining
Table with 10 chairs.
Extends from 68 to
128 with 4 leaves.
Protective pads
included. Very good
condition. Dark oak.
Call 856-691-5418.
For Sale: Berger
Surveyers Transit
model No. 200A. Will
measure horizontal
and vertical. $100.
Call 856-691-1838
Erica Beauty Salon
now hiring experienced
cosmetologists. Need
to start asap.
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856-507-9500
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Dog Grooming
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Tasting on Saturday, March 31 was a
tremendous success. Celebrating our agricul-
tural community at Merighis Savoy Inn, the
event featured fun, food, beer tasting, dancing,
door prizesand of course, dandelions.
The BLT Band, back by popular demand,
kept the party going on the dance floor all night.
The primary event sponsor for the evening
was Capital Bank of NJ. A secondary sponsor
was the Root Sponsor, Compassionate Care
Hospice. Unique and delicious beer tasting
was provided by Allied Beverage Group and
Harrison Beverage. There were records set
this year with both attendance and door
prizes. Many attendees left the event with a
terrific door prize donated by many members
of the chamber.
This event honors the areas farming com-
munity for their hard work, and commitment
to keeping our agricultural economy alive
and thriving. The GVCC recognizes our farm-
ing roots by offering an Agricultural/
Business Scholarship every year to a deserv-
ing student pursuing a career in agriculture,
environmental science, or related business
studies. Donations were accepted at the event
to support the 2012 scholarship, but its not
too late for you! Please consider making a
donation by cash, check or credit card.
Contact the GVCC at 856-691-7400. I
Dandelion Dinner Draws Sellout Crowd
APRIL 10TUESDAY
POWER HOUR MEET & GREET. New
Jersey Motorsports Park. 5:30 p.m.
Join us for our Members Only Meet &
Greet. Great for networking, bring lots of
business cards. Free.
APRIL 17TUESDAY
ASKYOUR LEGISLATOR DAY.
GVCC Office, 11 a.m. Talk One on One
with Assemblyman Matt Milam,
Freeholder Director Carl Kirstein, and
Mayor Romano. By Appointment Only /
Call us to Register
APRIL 18WEDNESDAY
TRI-CHAMBER OFFICIALS
ROUNDTABLE.
Hosted by the Vineland, Millville, and
Bridgeton Chambers of Commerce.
At the New Jersey Motorsports Park
Officers Club. 5:30 p.m. Meet with
Officials from Local, State, and
Federal Government. Call 856-691-
7400 to register. Free to members.
$10 / non-member.
CHAMBER EVENTS:
Registration is required for all GVCC
meetings and events.
39th Annual Dandelion Dinner and Beer Tasting
Puts Focus on Vinelands Agricultural Heritage.
Scholarship winners Alexis
Demitroff and her father Mark (left)
and Jessica Radich (above).
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Welcome Message
As you can see, our 39th Dandelion
Dinner & Beer Tasting event was another
fun time. My sincerest thanks to all the
member businesses who generously
donated door prizes, to Capital Bank of
NJ for their event sponsorship, and to
every member of the committee for all of
their hard work. This was a historic suc-
cess with the highest attendance ever of
450 people, selling out two weeks prior
to the event and a record number of
door prizes to give out. We are proud to
host this event each year to honor our
agricultural community and celebrate
the beginning of spring. If you werent
able to join us, be sure to mark your cal-
endar for 2013.
We are accepting applications for the
2012 Agricultural/
Business
Scholarship until
June 1.
Applications are
available at our
website
www.vineland
chamber.org or
call us at 856-691-
7400.
Our JOIN THE BUNCH member-
ship drive ending has been extended to
May 31, 2012. Its not too late to recruit a
new member and get your business rec-
ognized in this newsletter and on our
website. Visit our website for details.
Dawn Hunter, Executive Director
THE PEOPLEWHO MAKE
THE CHAMBER A DYNAMIC
BUSINESS ADVOCACY GROUP Who
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:
DAWN HUNTER
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT:
WAYNE TRIANTOS
TRIANTOS & DELP, CPAS, LLC.
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT:
KATHY FARINACCIO
COMCAST
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT:
VICTOR LATORRE
LATORRE HARDWARE
THIRD VICE PRESIDENT:
JEFF GEORGE
MERRILL LYNCH
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
BOB DESANTO
GRUCCIO, PEPPER, DESANTO & RUTH PA
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PETE CAPIZOLA
NEWFIELD NATIONAL BANK
DIANA CARABALLO-BELCHER
PREMIUM EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
MICHAEL COMEGYS
BAYADA NURSES, INC
DENNIS DEMATTE JR.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY
HARRY HEARING
ROMANO, HEARING, TESTA &KNORR, CPAS, P.A.
LESLIE JONES
HEALTHSOUTH REHABILITATION HOSPITAL OF
VINELAND
STACEY LILLISTON
LILLISTON FORD
HUGH MCCAFFREY
SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY STEEL
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COMTEK SOLUTIONS, INC.
RON ROSSI
ROSSI HONDA
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SUN NATIONAL BANK
NICHOLAS SCARDINO
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CHEMGLASS LIFE SCIENCES, LLC
LUIGI TRAMONTANA, SR.
TBI DEVELOPMENT, LLC
SCOTT ZUCCA
L.J. ZUCCA DISTRIBUTORS, INC
TREASURER:
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ROMANO, HEARING, TESTA &KNORR, CPAS, P.A.
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BUONADONNA & BENSON, P.C.
PUBLISHER:
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Category: Insurance
234 Wheat Rd.
Buena, NJ 08310
(856) 305-8051
Sandi Caregnato
www.aflac.com
Antonelli & Company Studio
Salon & Day Spa
Category: Salons & Day Spas
100 N. Brewster Rd.
Vineland, NJ 08360
(856) 697-9300
Angelo Antonelli
Best Buy Mobile Cumberland Mall 2941
Category: Telecommunications
3849 S. Delsea Dr., Suite F15
(Across from Friendlys)
Vineland, NJ 08360
(609) 579-3204
Jaclyn Hall
www.bestbuy.com
Class Productions, Inc.
Category: Arts & Culture
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
(856) 459-2185
Frank Hartman
Compassionate Care Hospice
Category: Healthcare Consulting & Services
518 South Shore Rd.
Marmora, NJ 08223
(877) 677-6380
Marion Segin
www.cchnet.net
Glamazon Salon
Category: Salons & Day Spas
907 N. Main Rd., Suite 6
Vineland, NJ 08360
(856) 213-5316
Rose Marie Campbell and Kathleen Gift
Freds Heating & Air Conditioning
Category: Heating & Air Conditioning
Contractors
430 W. Walnut Rd.
Vineland, NJ 08360
(856) 974-4078
Fred Cruz
South Jersey Energy Solutions Plus
Category: Environmental and Ecological
Services
1 N. White Horse Pike
Hammonton, NJ 08037
(609) 704-3017
Bob Senski
www.sjesp.com
New Members
2115 S. DELSEA DR., VINELAND, NJ 08360 /
PHONE (856) 691-7400 FAX (856) 691-2113
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A Plus Tax Service LLC
Acuity Brands / JF. Hunter
Anton's Florist
Astro Sign Company
Bay Atlantic Federal Credit
Union
BC Processing
Berryman's Branch
Buonadonna & Benson,
P.C.
Chemglass Life Sciences,
LLC.
De Rossi & Son Co. Inc.
Eye Associates
Gina's Ristorante
Joseph R. Delgado Inc.
Main Auto LLC
Morey's Piers
O'Rourke Construction
Company
Oak Mortgage Co., LLC.
Pancoast Funeral Home
Richland Carpet & Flooring
Scalfo Electric, Inc.
South Jersey Healthcare
Triantos & Delp, CPA, LLC
Vineland Produce Auction
Vineland Public Charter
School
Wainwright-Bernhardt
Funeral Home
Member Renewals
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SJHS received its 5th Fit Friendly Platinum
Award from the American Heart Association.
SJHS was honored for creating a workplace
that fosters healthy lifestyle choices.
Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott
The Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott in
Millville recently received the Sales Ramp
Up Award for 2011 for high sales during
their first six months in business!
TD Bank
Deborah Martino has been named Vice
President and Retail Market Manager for
Southern Gloucester, Cumberland, and
Salem counties.
Capital Bank of
New Jersey
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the promotion of
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Senior Vice President
of the Commercial
Lending Department.
Vineland Downtown Improvement District
Carmen Ruiz-Mesa of CK Mesa Mainline
Realty was named to the Vineland
Downtown Improvement District Board of
Directors.
Congratulations to These Chamber Members:
New Business Opens, Joins Chamber of Commerce
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Thursday, March 29, to welcome a new business
to Vineland. Glamazon Salon is conveniently located at 907 N. Main Road Suite 6 (in
Larrys II complex). The salon is owned and operated by Rose Marie Campbell and
Kathleen Gift.
Pictured from left: GVCC Executive Director Dawn Hunter, Mayor Robert Romano, Rose
Marie Campbell, Kathleen Gift and Cumberland County Clerk Gloria Noto.
Business Closes, Continues as Event Space for Renting
Bains Deli recently shut its doors. For the ceremony, the ribbon was tied instead of cut-
ting it. Reversing the process from opening to closing and preparing it for the next busi-
ness to take that space made the event a positive one. The deli celebrated five years of
business, and Bains will still be available for anyone interested in renting the space for
events, parties, etc. where they can bring in their own caterer.
Pictured: GVCC President Wayne Triantos, Bob Swanson, Allen Rodgers, Christin
Lamanteer, Bains proprietor Russell Swanson, Gloria Noto, and Dawn Hunter.
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CCC Group Organizes
Cumberland Cares
Members of Cumberland County
Colleges Phi Theta Kappa honor society are
organizing the Cumberland Cares cam-
paign to bring awareness to the issue of
domestic violence and sexual assault.
An Awareness Day is planned for
Wednesday, April 18, on CCCs campus,
Sherman Avenue and College Drive. Phi
Theta Kappa seeks involvement from social
service agencies, civic organizations and
community members to provide education
and resources to those in attendance.
Cumberland County College is an ideal
venue to provide education about domestic
violence, said CCC President Dr. Thomas
Isekenegbe. An open dialogue and exchange
of ideas are the first steps in raising aware-
ness and stopping the cycle of abuse.
Phi Theta Kappas awareness campaign
is in direct response to these grim statistics:
Cumberland County has the highest rate
of domestic violence offenses in New Jersey;
3,831 incidents of domestic abuse were
reported in Cumberland County in 2010;
Cumberland County has the highest
rate of Division of Youth and Family
Services (DYFS) referrals in the state, and
ranks second in the number of substantiated
child abuse cases;
Cumberland County ranks third in the
number of out-of-home placements.
Two sessions are planned for the April 18
event; 2-4 p.m. will be geared toward stu-
dents and the second, from 6:30 until 8:30
p.m. is open to the general public and will
conclude with a candlelight vigil. Each ses-
sion will serve as a forum for the exchange
of ideas, offer assistance to persons in need,
bring awareness to the topic of domestic
violence and sexual assault, and encourage a
productive dialogue.
Recognizing the warning signs of at-risk
behavior, and bystander intervention are
two of the many topics that will be dis-
cussed. A collage that will include words
and images of victims and survivors of
domestic abuse is being created by CCC stu-
dents. Community members are encouraged
to submit photos, artwork, printed imagery
and magazine clippings, poetry, prose, and
materials (such as denim) that appropriate-
ly convey their ordeal for inclusion in the
collage or to be published in a program
book. The public may also bring photos of
victims and survivors to the event that may
be included in a second collage.
For more information, or to offer support
for the project, contact Marisol Arcaya at
856-625-4574 or solarc76@comcast.net; or
Jessica Slater at 856-327-5674 or
JessicaGayle28@comcast.net.
Meet YMCAs New Camp Director
The Vineland YMCA invites the commu-
nity to prepare for the summer camp season
by meeting the Ys newCamp director. All are
invited to greet Graceanne McGinnis at the
Meet the Director
series. The programs
will be held from 5 to 7
p.m. on April 4, 10, 19,
and 23 plus on May 2,
10, 15, and 23. Campers
and interested families
are encouraged to stop
in during these times. McGinnis and YMCA
staff members will be on site to answer ques-
tions about the Y's summer camp programs
and for registration assistance.
The YMCAs summer camps feature
sports and specialty camps with topics
ranging from glamour and firefighting to
soccer and basketball. New theme weeks for
2012 will include titles such as Superhero
Training and America Rocks.
Information about programs held at Camp
Merrywood will also be available.
To find out more about Meet the
Director sessions or about Vineland YMCA
summer camps, call the Y at 856-691-0030,
visit www.vinelandymca.org, or follow the
Vineland YMCA in Facebook and Twitter.
SJH Elmer Hospital Receives
Baby-Friendly Award
Baby-Friendly USA, has awarded SJH
Elmer Hospital with the international
recognition as a Baby-Friendly birth facili-
ty. SJH Elmer Hospital is the first in New
Jersey as well as the Delaware Valley to
earn this prestigious award.
Baby-Friendly USA, Inc is the U.S. author-
ity for the implementation of the Baby-
Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI), a glob-
al program sponsored by the World Health
Organization (WHO) and the United Nations
Childrens Fund (UNICEF). The initiative
encourages and recognizes hospitals and
birthing centers that offer an optimal level of
care for breastfeeding mothers and their
babies. Based on the Ten Steps to Successful
Breastfeeding, this prestigious international
award recognizes birth facilities that offer
breastfeeding mothers the information, con-
fidence, and skills needed to successfully ini-
tiate and continue breastfeeding their babies.
SJH is a nonprofit, integrated health care
system, providing access to a continuum of
health services. SJH provides hospital serv-
ices, numerous community health clinics,
home health services, and specialty services,
which serve the medical and health care
needs of New Jersey residents. Please visit
www.sjhealthcare.net to learn more.
WheatonArts Returns to
Six-Day Schedule
WheatonArts returns to a six-day operating
schedule beginning April 3. The arts organiza-
tion will be open Tuesday through Sunday,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., through December 31, 2012.
The special narrated shows in the Glass
Studio resume at 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30
p.m. The Ceramics Studio is open from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. The
Education/ Folklife Center will present a
new exhibit, Traditional Costumes of the
Balkans, when it reopens on June 1.
Appointments for the Make Your Own
Experiences (Glass and Pottery) also
resume this month.
Once again, WheatonArts has partnered
with Museums on Us, a customer-benefit
program offering Bank of America customers
free admission on the first full weekend (con-
secutive Saturday and Sunday) of every
month in 2012. WheatonArts will offer one
free general admission to Bank of America
cardholders (must present card at the gate)
beginning in April and continuing through
December. (Offer does not cover guests.)
LEGISLATIVE CORNER
We work hard on your behalf to fight for
legislation that supports your business and
promotes economic growth in our area. The
GVCC Legislative Committee wants you to
be informed! Go to www.njleg.state.nj.us for
more details on these bills and others.
SAVE THE DATE: APRIL 18 - Elected Officials Round Table event hosted in col-
laboration with the Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce and the Bridgeton Area
Chamber of Commerce. Join us for small round table discussions with your elected
officials from city, county, state and federal levels of government. Bring any topic to
the table for discussion.
Where: NJ Motorsports Park, Millville / Officers Club
When: 5:30 p.m. registration and networking 6:15 p.m. program
FREE to members / $10 for non-members *Registration is Required*
S1319 Healthcare Exchange Act: This is the states-proposed plan for health
insurance exchanges under the mandates of the federal Patient Protection and
Affordable Care Act. Every state is required to develop its own exchange program or
join a regional one by 2014. If they dont, the federal government will create an
exchange for them. We do not support this bill as it does not do enough to help small-
er businesses cope with increasing premium costs, nor does it offer enough choice of
insurance plans. We communicated our position to our state legislators who also
opposed this legislation. UPDATE: This proposed bill won legislative approval and
now goes to Governor Christie for consideration. We will continue to oppose it and
offer revisions that will help businesses.
The GVCC is supporting the proposed extension of a light rail system to
Glassboro, but requesting consideration for inclusion of the extension into
Cumberland County. We will keep you informed on the progress of these discussions.
S3 Minimum Wage Increase: Under this bill, the state is proposing a minimum
wage increase to $8.50/hour (currently at $7.25/hour). We conducted a survey of our
membership and on your behalf have opposed this bill at this time. Our position is
that this minimum wage increase may result in a reduction of workforce, stop plans
for new hiring, increase costs to customers, increase payroll taxes and workers com-
pensation insurance as well as other negative impacts. We also do not agree with the
proposed future minimum wage increases being based on the Consumer Price Index
and want that completely removed from the bill.
A883 UEZ Sales Tax: This bill proposes that merchants in the Urban Enterprise
Zone program would have to charge the full 7 percent sales tax for goods delivered to
customers located outside the zones boundaries. We do not support this bill as it
would remove the primary goal to attract customers to the UEZ businesses in eco-
nomically challenged urban areas.
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GVCC GREEN CORNER
The Chambers Green Initiatives Committee is focused on educat-
ing our membership on opportunities, issues and general information
regarding environmentally friendly practices.
The Chambers Green Initiatives Committee would like to
know about green energy and practices your business or organi-
zation has engaged in that have helped your company prosper.
We would like to feature your project in our newsletter to share
with members.
Please e-mail us at info@vinelandchamber.org, or call us at 856-
691-7400, if you are interested in participating in this committee.
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engineered, programmed and installed an Energy Management System project with
the goal to reduce Cornells energy consumption and carbon footprint. They
removed 12 standard efficiency exhaust fans and replaced them with three high effi-
ciency turbo exhaust fans that work in conjunction with a set of dampers at the
opposite end of the fabrication shop to move air to cool, remove smoke and any ele-
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monitoring each effecting factor and cycling the fans as needed. This newly
designed system will result in a 75 percent reduction in energy consumption. The
Energy Management System also allows control of the lighting, air conditioning and
heating by using a time of day and temperature strategy. This will enable the system
to cycle all loads only as needed, saving money for their customer and saving the
planet! Contact Scott Carroll for more information.
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Womens Professional Group
Womens Professional Group meeting
was held Tuesday, March 27, with guest
speaker Refika Nagy from Do Terra
Essential Oils. Refika explained the vast
assortment of all natural oils and specific
uses for them. They can be used for treat-
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SATURDAY, APRIL 7
HOLA SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE
PRESENTS LATINO MUSIC FESTIVAL.
At the Landis Theater. Featuring Tony
Vega, Edgar Joel, Lily Bomba and
Natalie Bermudez. Purchase tickets at
www.landistheater.com. Tickets are
$35-$45.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
BAYSHORE DISCOVERY PROJECT
RUN FOR THE SCHOONER.
Join in the fun at this 5k/1mi fun run
benefiting the AJ Meerwald. $15 per
adult. Call 856-785-2060 for registra-
tion info.
SUNDAY, APRIL 8
EASTER BUFFET AT MERIGHIS
SAVOY INN.
Noon6 p.m. Buffet includings, salad
bar, carving station, Italian pasta sta-
tion, desserts, and much more. $25
per person. For reservations: 856-
691-8051.
SUNDAY, APRIL 8
EASTER CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH AT
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Easter Champagne Brunch and
Easter Egg Hunt with appearance by
the Easter Bunny. Seatings at 10:30,
12:30 and 2:30. $29.95 per person.
For reservations: 856-358-2000,
ext. 216.
SUNDAY, APRIL 8
EASTER BRUNCH AND EASTER
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CLUB. 1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove.
Enjoy Brunch Buffet in the Grand
Ballroom for $41.95 per person, 10
a.m.4 p.m., or a four-course pre-fixe
dinner menu in Ten22 for $28.95 per
person and up, 58 p.m. For reserva-
tions: 856-358-3325.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11
CDI PATIENT EDUCATION
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Center for Diagnostic Imaging,1550 E.
Chestnut Ave., Vineland. 5:15 p.m.
Free Seminar. Topic is Head, Neck,
Testicular, and Esophageal Cancer. .
RSVP to 856-794-1700.
THURSDAY, APRIL 12
MOVIE NIGHTS ATTHE LANDIS.
7:30 p.m. The featured film this
evening is The Godfather. Tickets are
$7 each. Call 856-691-1121.
SATURDAY, APRIL 14
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS
RUN FOR AARON.
5k/1mi, Starts at Our Lady of Pompeii
Church, Dante Ave, Vineland. $20 per
runner / $40 per family. Registration
begins at 7:30 a.m. Proceeds benefit
Aaron Ploch Memorial Scholarship
Fund & BBBS. 856-825-5228.
SATURDAY, APRIL 14
HAVEN OF VINELAND BUS TRIP
TO NYC.
Departs Haven of Vineland (formerly
Vineland Nazarene Church) at 8 a.m.,
Returns approximately 9 p.m. Seats
are $45 per person. Call 856-358-
9124 to reserve a seat.
APRIL 14 AND 15
SPRING WINE RELEASE
WEEKEND.
Bellview Winery, Atlantic St.,
Landisville. 10 a.m5 p.m.
Explore Bellviews newly released
white wines. Free admission to this
event. Call 856-697-7172.
TUESDAY, APRIL 17
BAY ATLANTIC SYMPHONY
MONTHLY LECTURE SERIES.
6:30 p.m. In the Gant Room of the
Millville Public Library. Paul M Somers
is taking your questions for the "Okay,
Here's What I Missed" Lecture.
FREE. Call 856-451-1169 for
more info.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21
CIVIL WAR POETRYTEA.
Vineland Historical and Antiquarian
Society, 108 S. Seventh St. 1 p.m.
Register by 4/7. Adults ages 13+
$10. Call 856-691-1111.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21
YMCA SPRING YARD SALE.
Donate items by calling 856-691-
0030 or stop out to benefit a great
cause.
APRIL 19 THROUGH 22
CUMBERLAND COUNTY COLLEGE
PRESENTS FIDDLER ON THE ROOF.
Join CCCs Theater Arts Program in
the Fine and Performing Arts Center
for one of several showings. Adult
Tickets $12 per person. For times and
tickets, call 856-692-8499.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
CUMBERLAND COUNTY WOMENS
HALL OF FAME DINNER.
The County Womens Hall of Fame
will honor several local women at this
event. At Merighis Savoy Inn, 6:30
p.m., $50 per person. Hosted by CBS
3s Carol Erickson. Call for reserva-
tions at 856-825-5929.
FRIDAY, APRIL 27
CUMBERLAND COUNTY COLLEGE
PRESENTS KURT ELLING.
The jazz great performs at CCCs Fine
and Performing Arts Center. 8 p.m.
Tickets are $22 per person and can
be purchased by calling 856-692-
8499.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
I-FEMALE MAGAZINE HOSTS I
AM A SURVIVOR FUNDRAISER
EVENT.
At the Mansion on Main Street in
Vorhees. 7 p.m. Tickets are $45 per
person/$80 per couple. Purchase at
www.iamasurvivor.eventbrite.com.
Formal attire only. 856-366-0333.
A CALENDAR OF EVENTS
PRESENTED BY GVCC AND
ITS MEMBERS
Greater Vineland Chamber of
Commerce
EVENTS
See p. 1 for a listing of GVCC events
When
Reynolds Dods
Owner
C: 609-289-6256
T: 856-692-0595
F: 856-692-0736
177 S. Delsea Drive
Vineland, NJ 08360
101 W. Elmer Road Vineland, NJ 08360
(856) 696-2525 (877) 590-8866 (toll free)
www.bayatlanticfcu.org
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Free Cycle and Zumba classes
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CLEANUP
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THE PLACES WHERE
CHAMBER MEMBERS
WERE SEEN IN ACTION Where
Meet & Greet at Centerton CountryClub
A Power Hour Meet & Greet was held at Centerton Country Cub on
Tuesday, March 6. The next Power Hour Meet & Greet is set for Tuesday,
April 10 at New Jersey Motorsports Park Officers Club at 5:30 p.m. Dont
miss out on the chance to meet up with fellow businesspeople and promote
your business.
The Chambers Power
Hour Meet & Greet at
Ten22 Bar & Grill at
Centerton Country
Club on March 6 was
well attended.
SAVE THE DATES
SERVPRO / Member
Showcase Seminar on
Emergency Response Plans for
Businesses, May 24
Annual Presidents Gala,
June 21
Annual 22nd Annual Golf
Classic, July 19
Quality Services Since 1977
856-696-0193
1055 S. East Ave. Vineland, NJ 08360 Fax: 856-696-1134
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape Lighting
Sprinkler Systems
Sod Seeding Pavers
Snow& Ice Management
Mulch & Topsoil
Deliveries
BEST PRICES!
BEATON SERVICES
landscapi ng i rri gati on fenci ng
Fresh New Ideas Backed up by Excellence in Service
Jeff & Linda Anconetani
1178 Karin St., Vld
697-2639
BOOST EMPLOYEE MORAL
Call The Recognition Specialist For Details
Appointments taken: Tues. & Weds. Retail Hours: Thurs. & Fri. 10am - 5pm
10% Off
*excludes other sale offers
applies to in stock items
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
CUMBERLAND COUNTY COLLEGE
5K FUN RUN/1 MILE WALK.
Step out with the CCC Alumni
Association to help support affordable
education for CCC Students.
Registration starts 8 a.m. Call 856-691-
8600, ext. 390 for more details.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
MAAM BUS TRIPTO WASHINGTON
DC.
Departs Millville Army Airfield Museum,
47Warbird Dr., Millville, at 7:30 a.m.
and returns at 9 p.m. Call 856-327-
2347 for info. $40 per person.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
LANDIS THEATER PRESENTS
STAYIN ALIVE: ONE NIGHT WITH
THE BEE GEES."
Tickets are $45, and can be purchased
at landistheater.com or by calling 856-
691-1121.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
BAYSHORE DISCOVERY PROJECT
VOLUNTEER TRAINING SESSION.
One-day session for volunteers who
wish to donate their time and talent to
the Bayshore Discovery Project. Starts
at 8 a.m.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30
BUSINESS BASICS SEMINAR.
Learn what it takes to start a small busi-
ness at the Vineland Public Library.
Preregistration required by calling 856-
794-4244.
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Member-to-Member
Discounts
As a member you can take advantage of
these discounts! Just log-in on our web-
site www.vinelandchamber.org for details
on each members offer. Member-to-
Member Discounts are offered by:
Achieve Physical Therapy & Fitness, LLC
Advantage Occupational Medicine
Avalon Carpet, Tile, & Flooring
Bill Wahl Supply Inc.
Bob Morgan Entertainment
Burger King / SMS Enterprises
Centerton Country Club
CertaPro Painting of South Jersey
CK Mesa Mainline Realty
Comcast
Computer Troubleshooters
Comtek Solutions, Inc.
Cumberland County Improvement
Authority
D Electric Motors, Inc.
Designer Wraps
Diamonds & Design, The Maria
Collection
Donderos Diamonds and Fine Jewelry
English Sewage Disposal, Inc.
Evolutions for Conscious Living
Exhibit Systems International, Inc.
Eye Associates
Gene Palow Events
Golden Years Car Service, Inc.
J.C. Erlich Co., Inc.
Johnson Design Associates Inc.
Landi Pools & Games
LaTorre Hardware Inc.
Laury Services
Lilliston Ford
Mainieros Inc.
Merighis Savoy Inn, Inc.
Moreys Piers
New Jersey Motorsports Park
Parrish Self Storage
Parrish Sign Company
Phoenix Business Forms, Inc.
Press of Atlantic City, The
Prudential Financial Steven J. Schiavo
CLU, CHFC, LUTCF, CLTC
Ramada Inn Vineland
Rental City, LLC
Rienzi Bridal Salon
RKB Wealth Management, LTD
Ron Jaworskis Running Deer Golf Club
Route 55 Self Storage
RV Financial Services, LLC
Servicemaster to the Rescue
Sextons Equipment Rental, Inc.
Shop Rite Liquors
Sir Speedy Printing of Vineland
Tamagnista Video Solutions, LLC
Univision
UPS
Western Pest Services
Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center
Wingate Inn
YMCA of Vineland
THERE ARE MANY REASONS TO JOIN THE
CHAMBER. HERE ARE JUST A FEW. . . . Why
The Real Value of Belonging to the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce
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Vineland Chamber of
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856-691-7400
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