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Swanson is New Head of

VDID/Main Street Vineland


Russell Swanson,
a prominent
Vineland business-
man, has been
named the new
Executive Director
of Vineland
Downtown
Improvement
District
(VDID)/Main Street
Vineland, effective
Monday, August 11. The announcement was
made by the organizations Board of Directors.
Swanson has deep business connections in
Vineland. As the owner of Our Town Marketing
for the past four years, he oversees the marketing
company and is the publisher of Our Town maga-
zine. Since 2000, he has also been the operator of
commercial properties for Summit Investment
Properties, LLC. Before that, he was the owner of
Swanson Communications, a cellular phone
agency, for 26 years and the co-owner and man-
ager of Swanson Hardware Supply, Inc. for 28
years. He was also a past Board member and
Second Vice-President of the Greater Vineland
Chamber of Commerce.
The post of Executive Director will be a part-
time position. The Board emphasizes that
VDID/Main Streets programs and committees,
however, will operate with no change.
Gary Holloway, who has served as Executive
Director since the beginning of this year and who
leaves to assume the post of Downtown Program
Manager for the State of Vermont, sees the
organization in good hands under Swanson.
Russell has all the attributes to be a great
Executive Director to carry on our work, he said.
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heatonArts, in association with the Glasstown
Antique Fire Brigade, will host the 34th
Annual Glasstown Antique Fire Brigade
Muster and Fire Fighters Family Day, August 17, from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is included in WheatonArts
Wheaton Wide Open Weekend, August 15, 16 and 17.
Free admission is offered to all visitors on these three
days through a PNC Arts Alive grant.
The Muster provides an opportunity to recognize
the important role, past and present, firefighters play in
the community. Kristin Qualls, WheatonArts Director
of Exhibitions and Collections, explains, Glass houses
and fire departments have had a symbiotic relationship.
One creates fires, the other puts them out. Read
through the history of the South Jersey glass industry
and you will discover that firefighters played a major
role. The original T. C. Wheaton Glass Factory, upon
which the WheatonArts Glass Studio is based, burned
to the ground in 1889 after merely a year of operation.
It was rebuilt only to burn again in 1925. In both
instances, the swift and attentive actions of the fireman
prevented injuries and the spread of the fire, earning
high praise from both the company and citizens.
More than 80 antique fire trucks from the Mid-
Atlantic States will be on display on the grounds. Show
highlights include a firefighter competition to show
how firefighters use their training and skills to battle
fires; water barrel fight (two opposing teams try to
move a barrel suspended on a cable to opposite ends
using a high pressure fire hose); bucket brigade (each
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He is a businessman with a keen knowledge
of what needs to be done. He has a familiar-
ity with the downtown Vineland scene and
he has a passionate interest in making our
downtown the very best it can be.
Russell Swanson has the best interests
of our city at heart, said Vineland Mayor
Ruben Bermudez. His family has been part
of the fabric of this city for many years. He
is a person of vision and goals and will move
our city forward. I not only see us moving
forward, but I also see progress ahead.
Russell will make a great Executive
Director, said Sandra Forosisky, City of
Vineland Economic Development Director.
He has been a stakeholder on Landis
Avenue and sees the problems first-hand.
Speaking for Main Street Vineland
Board of Directors, its chairperson, Louise
Bertacchi, said, We are thrilled and ecstatic
to have Russell as our new Executive
Director, she said. He brings to the table
strong marketing experience, and is well-
known and respected. We look forward to
wonderful things happening in the future.
Swanson graduated from Vineland High
School. He received his Bachelor of Science
degree in Business Administration from
Bridgewater College, in Bridgewater, VA.
He also attended the College of St. Paul and
St. Marys in Cheltenham, England and
The American University in Washington,
DC, receiving a Masters of Business
Administration degree from the latter
institution. While in college, he also served
as an intern for Senator Bill Bradley.
I am very excited to work with the
VDID and City officials to continue the
momentum of marketing and promotions
for Main Street Vineland, Swanson said.
I realize that we have challenges still
ahead of us, but we have a very committed
and capable community made up of many
volunteers from all walks of life.... I wel-
come feedback and input from the com-
munity, as well as from our City, County,
and State leadership, to make Vinelands
downtown the best possible in which to
live and work. I
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team is timed as they carry water to the
roof of a small building in buckets; and
firefighting demonstrations including
pumping displays of fire hoses on numer-
ous fire trucks.
The winner of the Nancy Howe
Memorial Award - Best In Show receives
a glass trophy created by a WheatonArts
artist. The winner of Best of Show
Hand-Drawn receives a WheatonArts
paperweight.
The Glasstown Antique Fire Brigade is
the South Jersey chapter of the Society for
the Preservation and Appreciation of
Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America
(SPAAMFAA). This national organization
of over 3,000 members and over 50 chap-
ters was organized in 1958 in Syracuse,
NY. New Jersey Assemblyman, John J.
Burzichelli, (3rd District), an active mem-
ber and trustee says, The special charm
of WheatonArts provides the perfect set-
ting for the regions largest antique fire
truck gathering. This year marks our 34th
annual muster and firefighters family day.
Its a day that history comes to life and
memories are made.
For more information about the
Glasstown Antique Fire Brigade visit
gafb.net. Muster information: John
Burzichelli at 856-423-8910.
For information about other
WheatonArts programs and events, call
800-998-4552 or 856-825-6800, or visit
wheatonarts.org.
Funding for WheatonArts programs
has been made possible in part by the
New Jersey State Council on the
Arts/Department of State, a Partner
Agency of the National Endowment for
the Arts, the Geraldine R. Dodge
Foundation and the New Jersey Cultural
Trust. WheatonArts receives general oper-
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was against Ramblewood, a club with over
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T
he workers strike at Minotolas
Jonas Glass Company began on
April 9, 1902, and trudged on for
much of the decade. Along the
way, it lost media attention as well as the
interest of residents tired of the violent
eruptions the town had suffered during the
first two years of picketing. As the decade
neared a close, the strikes end, to quote the
poet T.S. Eliot, would come not with a
bang, but with a whimper.
While the Glass Bottle Blowers
Association of the United States and
Canada continued its battle against the
non-union factory owned by George Jonas,
the glass company continued production
through replacement workers, including
child labor, and through glassblowing
machines. Jonas turned his attention in
1905 to various legal matters that included
seeking an injunction against the Glass
Bottle Blowers Association. It turned out
to be a two-year wait for the decision.
On May 18, 1907, five years after the
start of the strike, Jonas won the injunction
he sought. The Court of Chancery had an
easy time following the trail left by the
unions activities over the previous half-
decade and used the associations illicit tac-
tics and violence as a deciding factor in its
decision.
According to the Atlantic Reporters
transcript of the decision, the court found
that acts of violence were committed; that
terror reigned in this village for several
days; that peaceable citizens seeking to
obtain work were met on the public high-
ways by large bodies of these strikers and
turned back; that persons seeking to move
into the town were stopped on the public
highway, and only permitted to proceed
through the interference of a peace officer;
that private dwellings were visited by
bands of men for the purpose of deterring
persons desiring to continue work from
doing so; that one of the employees who
returned to work was assassinated, all
attempts to discover the perpetrator being
futile, because of the conditions existing,
and all of this done.
The court felt it necessary to dwell on
one particular factor that it subsequently
ruled on with a rather caustic appraisal.
There is still another branch of this case
to be considered, and that is the placing of
men, two or three in number, on the high-
ways leading into Minotola, for the alleged
purpose of peaceably persuading laborers
from seeking employment with the com-
plainant, the decision reads. After very
carefully considering this question, I am of
opinion that the complainant is entitled to
have the defendants restrained from estab-
lishing or continuing such picketing, for
the only purpose to be served is to inter-
cept persons coming to seek employment
with the complainant, and a court should
judge of the right to maintain that sort of
surveillance over a complainant's business,
according to its evident intent and purpose.
In its mildest form it is a nuisance, and to
compel a manufacturer to have the natural
flow of labor to his employment sifted by a
self-constituted antagonistic committee
whose very presence upon the highway for
such purpose is deterrent is just as destruc-
tive of his property as is a boycott which
prevents the sale of his product.
Jonas victory guaranteed that his glass
companies in Minotola and Bridgeton
would remain non-union. As if to reaffirm
his stance, he wasted no time in February
1908 writing to John J. Gardner concerning
his displeasure with a bill in the
Committee of Labor to establish a shorter
workday of eight hours. It strikes us,
Jonas wrote, that the effect of this can
only be detrimental to the country at large
and even detrimental to those people who
are known as the laboring class. He cited
an eight-hour work day as a limit to [a
mans] capacity and stated that lack of
ambition was caused by the action of labor
unions
But despite the injunction that gave new
life to his non-union businesses, Jonas had
tired of Atlantic County. Ironically, at the
annual session of the Glass Bottle Blowers
Association in July 1908, it was announced
that Jonas had sold out at Minotola and
transferred his interests to Williamstown
[and] he is now, and we are not sorry to
acknowledge it, a full-fledged employer of
union labor[with] controlling power in
the plants at Williamstown and Cape May
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Jonas and the
Courts Decision
The court used the Glass Bottle Blowers
Associations illicit tactics and violence in deciding.
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M
y mom was great at cooking
summertime fare. She excelled
at hamburgers which she mixed
with mayo for extra flavor, her corn on the
cob was roasted to perfection, her potato
salad was tart and creamy, her baked
beans were superb! But the one thing my
mom really did right was ribs. She had a
special sauce recipe and she always
bought the best cut of pork ribs on the
market. There was nothing better than
Moms ribs for dinner.
I always search around in the summer
for good ribs and so far I have tried the
always-available ribs at ShopRite on East
Landis Avenue, the little gems at
Muzzarellis Farms on Oak Road, Uncle
Rickys tart and saucy ribs on Wheat
Road, Uncle Deweys classic ribs on Route
40 in Richland, the rotisserie ribs at Joes
Poultry on Route 40 in Buena, and the
award-winning, succulent, meaty ribs at
Deeks Deli on Main Road in Vineland. All
have their own distinctive take on ribs and
you cant go wrong with any of them.
Deeks is across the street from my job, too
convenient for my waistline, I think! I love
ribs with potato salad and baked beans,
my favorite combo for the summer. Here
is a take on my moms sauce recipe,
delightful on grilled chicken as well.
P.S. Just went to Millys restaurant where
the old Crown Market used to be and wow!
Great Mexican Food as well as some tradi-
tional dishes like seafood scampi and chicken
Francaise, along with subs and sandwiches
and salads. Stop in for takeout at their hot
food bar; you will not be disappointed!
Mom's Bourbon Peach Barbecue Sauce
1 tbsp butter
1/2 cup finely diced onion
1 teaspoon minced garlic
1 1/2 cups chopped peeled peaches
3/4 cup ketchup
1/2 cup bourbon
1/3 cup dark brown sugar
1/3 cup cider vinegar
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons molasses
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1/2 teaspoon habanero hot sauce, plus
more to taste
Salt and pepper, to taste
Melt butter in a medium saucepan over
medium heat. When foaming subsides, add
onion and cook until softened. Add garlic
and cook until fragrant, about 30 seconds.
Add peaches, ketchup, bourbon, brown
sugar, vinegar, honey, molasses, mustard,
Worcestershire, and hot sauce and stir to
combine. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat
to low and simmer until peaches have soft-
ened and sauce has slightly thickened,
about 30 minutes, stirring occasionally;
add a little water if it gets too thick. Puree
sauce in a blender until smooth. Season
with salt and pepper and hot sauce to
taste. Let cool to room temperature, trans-
fer to a jar and store in refrigerator for up
to a month. Makes about 2 cups. I
Jean Hecker is a full-time travel agent at
Magic Carpet Travels and a part-time foodie.
She has a BA in Home Economics Education
from Rowan University and enjoys exploring
all facets of the food and restaurant industry.
Moms Sauce
Our columnist shares her Moms
special sauce recipe, as well as some
recommendations.
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Viola A. DeFelice-Parker, 89, of Buena,
passed away on July 22. Viola started her
career with the family-operated Twin
Cedar Packing Co. She later went on to
work in accounting with Limpert Brothers
as well as working in photography and
painting restoration. She was the
Outreach Co-Coordinator for the Buena
Senior Center and volunteered with sen-
iors, Red Cross, and Salvation Army. Vi
enjoyed attending car shows and was a
member of the Garden State 50s Club.
Vija L. Miller, 63, passed away on July
23. She was a strong woman, a loving
friend, and a mentor to all who knew her.
She was an excellent mother to her son
and all the children who were lucky
enough to enter her life. She was a mas-
ter seamstress. She also enjoyed tending
her gardens and making jams and jellies.
Sister Eileen Galvin, BVM, 93, died July
24. She was born in Kansas City, MO. She
professed first vows in 1940, and final
vows in 1945. She ministered as a nurse
in many cities across the country. In the
diocese of Fresno, Sister Eileen served as
a nurse at Mercy Hospital (1973-74) in
Bakersfield, CA. She taught elementary
school in Chicago; San Francisco; Hawaii;
Iowa; Missouri; and Tennessee.
Elizabeth Liz Smith, 90, of Vineland,
passed away on July 24. Liz graduated
from Vineland High Class of 1941. She
started a Girl Service Organization to
entertain service troops that were building
the Millville Air Base and the Thunderbolt
Pilots. She later worked as a flight sched-
uler for Eastern Airlines. Liz worked at the
Cumberland County Planning Board as an
executive secretary for almost 20 years.
Liz was very active with the Girl Scouts.
Edward J. Hirsch, 80, of Vineland,
passed away on July 25. After graduating
high school, he enlisted in the U.S.
Marine Corps. He was honorably dis-
charged in 1958 as a Staff Sargent. He
worked in a variety of sales positions
and spent many years designing and
installing commercial and residential
swimming pools. Ed enjoyed reading,
traveling with his wife and grandchildren,
woodworking, hunting, and fishing.
Charles A. Harris, Sr., 71, of Vineland,
passed away on July 25. Charles was a
supervisor in the Re-Sort Dept. of Wheaton
Glass Co. He was a member of the
G.M.P.P. and Allied Workers International
Union and a former member of the Nabb-
Leslie American Legion Post #82 Rescue
Squad. In his younger years he enjoyed
hunting and participating in pool leagues.
Beatrice "Bea" Mongelluzzo (nee
Bernardi), 89, of Buena, passed away on
July 28. Bea was born in Easton, PA and
was a lifelong resident of Buena Boro. She
was a longtime active member of Minotola
United Methodist Church. Bea loved sitting
on her back porch and enjoying the flow-
ers in her yard. Her faith and her family
were always foremost in her life.
Aldo Lovisone, 94, of South Vineland,
passed away on July 28. Mr. Lovisone was
a self-employed farmer and worked for
R&T Castellini Co. for several years. He
was an active parishioner of Christ the
Good Shepherd Parish for many years. He
was in the South Vineland Fire Co. for 71
years and an active firefighter for 42 years.
Edward J. Baker, 82, of Vineland, went to
be with the Lord on July 28. Edward was
born in Philadelphia and was a lifelong
Vineland resident. Ed was a proud U.S.
Army Veteran who served in Germany dur-
ing the Korean War. Prior to retirement, he
worked as a machinist for Kimble Glass
Co. He had been a member of the
Competition Dirt Riders Club since 1970.
His passion was snowmobiling in Maine.
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13
AARP Safe Driving Program. Inspira
Medical Center, 509 N. Broad St.,
Woobury. $15 for AARP members, $20 for
non-members. Attendees receive a certifi-
cate for auto insurance discount and a
reduction of violation points on their NJ
drivers license. To register, call 1-800-
INSPIRA.
History Talk. Vineland Historical and
Antiquarian Society, 108 S. Seventh St.,
Vineland. 7 p.m. Guest speaker Mark
Demitroff will present Trails, Inns, and
Charcoal Stations of Old Buena Vista:
Little-Known Places. Demitroff will discuss
eight ancient trails in the Pine Barrens
adjoining eastern Vineland, along with old
sites associated with their traces. 856-691-
1111 or e-mail vinelandhistory@gmail.com.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14
A Day at the Beach Luncheon.
Ramada Inn, 2216 W. Landis Ave. & Rt. 55,
Vineland. Hosted by Garden State
Christian Womens Connection. Open to all
women in Southern New Jersey. No mem-
bership is needed. Cost is $15 inclusive.
Childcare will be provided. Call or email to
reserve by August 11: 856-690-9172,
bdmoto@yahoo.com.
Raindrop Technique Workshop.
Creating Health LLC, 4 Lasalle Dr,
Vineland. 79 p.m. $25, handouts for an
additional $15. Includes a general overview
of the Raindrop Technique, which com-
bines several holistic modalities to bring
balance and alignment to the body in a
non-invasive manner. 856-293-0355.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 16
Family Fun Night. Purple Penguin, 1008
Harding Hwy., Newfield. Food, pony rides,
clown show, face painting, entertainment,
and more. Special showing at dusk. Local
Volunteer Fire Company receiving partial
proceeds. 856-697-4731 or njpurplepen-
guin@comcast.net.
Annual Car Cruise. Delsea Drive-In
Theatre, 2203 S Delsea Dr, Vineland. Gates
open at 3 p.m. for classic car cruisers, 5
p.m. for general public. Move is 1974s
Gone In 60 Seconds. Interested cruisers
visit http://bit.ly/URcLxV
Family & Railroad Heritage Day.
Bayshore Center at Bivalve, 2800 High St.,
Port Norris. 11 a.m.4 p.m. Antique
appraisal, railroad history lecture, genealo-
gy talk, more. 856-785-2060 ext. 108.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17
Annual Service. Faith Tabernacle Holy
Church, 1665 North Ave., Port Norris. 3:30
p.m. Platform service consisting of six
speakers from various neighboring church-
es who will speak on the topic "The Joy of
the Lord is My Strength." 856-451-2059.
AUGUST 1822
Reading Camp. Church of the Resurrection/
Trinity Episcopal Church, 8th & Wood St.,
Vineland. 8:30 a.m.3 p.m. A week of focused
reading practice, field trips, and activities.
Breakfast, lunch, and snacks included. No
fee, but registration is first-come, first-
serve. For info or to apply, 609-319-9234.
AUGUST 18 & 23
Free Health Event. ShopRite, Lincoln and
Landis, Vineland. August 18 124 p.m.,
August 23 14 p.m. Meet a representative
from Twin Oaks Community Services. Their
Early Intervention Support Services helps
adults in Cumberland County who are experi-
encing emotional problems find their way to
wellness and recovery during times of crisis.
Call 856-691-7722 and ask for your ShopRite
pharmacists Joe or Alan, for details.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 19
Genealogy Club Meeting. Franklin
Township Library, 1584 Cotes Mill Rd.,
Franklinville. 78 p.m. Monthly meeting of
the Genealogy Club. Meetings are free and
open to the public. Registration is request-
ed. 856-694-2833.
Diabetes Seminar. First Baptist Church,
Rosemont & Catawba Ave., Newfield. 11
a.m. Sponsored by O.W.L.S. Fellowship of
First Baptist. Guest speaker will be a rep-
resentative from Inspira Health Network.
Small lunch will be provided. 856-697-2217.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20
Pizza Hut Fundraiser. Pizza Hut, 301 S.
Main Rd., Vineland. 58 p.m. Funds raised
go to Parvin State Park Appreciation
Committee. Pizza Hut will contribute $2
for each adult buffet and $1 for each child
buffet when you mention the fundraiser.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 21
Vegetable Twilight Meeting and
Research Tour. Rutgers Agricultural
Research & Extension Center, 121 Northville
Rd, Bridgeton. Tours of the research plots
will be given as well as presentations by the
investigators. This is an opportunity to have
plant, insect, disease or weed samples iden-
tified. Pesticide recertification credits have
been requested. 856-451-2800.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 22
Beer Festival and Car Show. ShopRite
Wines & Spirits, Lincoln & Landis Ave.,
Vineland. 47 p.m. Free fall beer sampling
(vote for your favorite); free live music; on-
site food vendors; free car show (no fee to
enter, prizes awarded, open to all makes,
models, and years).
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23
Annual Womens Conference. New
Bethel AME Church, 414 N. 7th St.,
Vineland. 8 a.m.1 p.m. $25 includes con-
tinental breakfast, lunch and wordshop kit.
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four years old. We moved to this area five years
ago and started looking for a dance school. A
current dance parent recommended Pizzazz. I
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confidence and technique as a dancer. The
teachers are fantastic. They treat the students
with respect and kindness. My daughter loves to
attend dance class.
Amanda will attend Pizzazz for her entire dance
career. The school really is a wonderful learn-
ing environment with dedicated teachers who go
above and beyond just teaching.
www.pizzazzdancecenter.com
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This years theme is Women Living Holy
& Righteous Lives. Conference presenters
are Evangelist Jackie Owens of Mt. Tabor
AME Church in Philadelphia & Evangelist
Amie Miles of Resurrection COGIC in Port
Norris. 856-691-1349 or 609-805-2292.
Chicken Barbecue. Minotola United
Methodist Church, 905 Central Ave.,
Minotola. 125 p.m. Chicken, corn on the
cob, tomato, hard boiled egg, pickles, roll,
butter. $10 each. Takeout only. Deliveries
for large orders where feasible. The church
is also looking for crafters and flea mar-
keters who would like to sell their items on
the Church lawn during the barbecue. For
tickets and info., 856-697-4246.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30
Golf Tournament Benefit. Latona
Country Club, 3806 Oak and Cumberland
Rd., Vineland. 2 p.m. Tickets may be pur-
chased at Latona CC during business
hours. Tournament is to raise money in
support of the Wounded Warrior Project.
Cost is $40 per person, includes 9 holes
with cart, hot dogs, hamburgers and
refreshments. Prizes and giveaways. Rain
date August 31.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
College Planning Seminar. Vineland
Public Library, Landis Ave., Vineland. 6
p.m. Free. Exclusively for parents of high
school students. For info. or to reserve a
seat, call 856-690-1999 or visit
http://tinyurl.com/jwjx9ha.
SPORTS HAPPENINGS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20
Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament.
Buena Vista Country Club, 301 Country
Club Ln, Buena. Lunch and registration
11:30 a.m. Shotgun start 12:30 p.m.
Benefit dinner at Buena Vista Country
Club 6 p.m. Benefiting Italian-American
Benefit Association. 856-697-3733.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 23
WheatonArts Golf Classic. Scotland
Run Golf Club, 2626 Fries Mill Rd,
Williamstown. Registration 11 a.m. Lunch
for all golfers, 11:30 a.m.1 p.m. sponsored
by Utility Line Services. Shotgun start 1
p.m. Happy hour 57 p.m. Awards recep-
tion 6 p.m. www.wheatonarts.org.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
Inspira Foundation Golf & Tennis
Tournament. Stockton Seaview, A Dolce
Resort, 401 S. New York Rd., Galloway.
Golf, tennis, open bar, dinner, awards,
silent and live auction, gifts from Nike
Store. inspirafoundation@ihn.org.
AUGUST BUS TRIPS
Saturday, August 23: St. Padre Pio Parish Senior Club in Vineland is sponsor-
ing a bus trip to the Shoji Tabuchi Show at the American Music Theatre,
Lancaster, PA $93 per person includes deluxe motorcoach, dinner at Shady
Maple Restaurant, 7 p.m. show with reserved seating, and all taxes, meal and
bus driver gratuity. Depart Our Lady of Pompeii Rosary Hall, 4680 Dante
Avenue & Cornucopia Avenue, Vineland at 1:15 p.m. For reservations or more
info., call Rosemary Nestor at 856-226-3451.
Sunday, August 24: The Vineland Parent Baseball Assoc. will be sponsoring a
show trip to Resorts, AC to see "The Cat's Pajamas." Show is a cappella group
that has been touring around the world since 2005 and recently appreard on
NBC's, "The Sing Off." Package includes bus transportation, $10 slot play, buffet,
and show ticket. Cost is $45. Bus leaves VHS South 2880 E. Chestnut Ave.,
Vineland at 10:15 a.m. Second pick up is 10:30 a.m. Buena Gardens at 114 Arctic
Ave. Minotola. Call 856-691-9194 to reserve your seat. Make checks payable to
Vineland Baseball Parent Assoc. and mail to: 2059 Venezia Ave. Vineland 08361.
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Chair Drive for North Italy Hall
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from the Hall at 414 Verano Lane in
Vineland, 8 a.m.11 a.m. Shes trying to
raise $6,000 for new chairs for the reno-
vated Hall (so far $4,000 has been raised).
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{ BY PAUL J. DOE, FORMER EDITOR, CUMBERLAND NEWS }
Couch-Time
Recovery
W
hen I came home from the
hospital after my first can-
cer procedure I knew I was
going to be a while recu-
perating. Id had a hernia operation a year
earlier and knew I was going to be spend-
ing some quality time on the couch, so I
called my cable company and they hooked
me up with the western channel for free for
three months.
That was very nice of them so, this past
year when I knew I would, once again,
become intimately acquainted with the
couch, I called and tried to get the same
freebie.
They couldn't have been nicer on the
phone, but ultimately turned down my
request.
The lady handling my call was a real pro
and almost talked me into subscribing to a
special promotion that would have given
me the western channel and a few others
for only a few dollars a month.
Dreading the thought of being trapped
on the couch with only the Kardashians on
afternoon TV, I agreed to the deal.
While she was doing the paperwork, I
chickened out of the deal.
All I could think of was that here was
more money going out and no more money
coming in. Not a good way to run a country,
county, city, or household.
So, I thanked the lady for her help and
hung up.
That night I received an e-mail from the
company with a survey asking me to rate
the level of service they had provided in
response to my call.
I thought it was strange that they would
survey somebody they had turned down
because it would almost certainly bring
negative comments.
So, I checked the TV andwonder of
wondersI had the western channel plus a
whole bunch of other premium channels.
The channels really were a blessing even
though the only thing I really watched was
the westerns.
Fast forward eight months to my wifes
comment one night as she did the monthly
bills: You know this cable bill is awfully
high.
A quick checkand review of the check-
bookshowed that we had been paying for
the western channel and the premium
channels since my phone call.
A phone call quickly resolved the prob-
lem (cable companies are like the IRS, they
keep a record of everything) and, for my
trouble, they insisted on giving me the
western channel for free for another three
months.
That was five months ago.
Maybe its time to check that cable bill
again.
I mention it because there have been an
awful lot of you who, like the western
channel, have helped me in my recovery
process.
Which, by the way, is going quite well,
thank you.
A couple of weeks ago one of my all-
time favorite western stars, James Garner,
passed.
I think I was 13 or 14 when Garner's
western, Maverick, came along.
That was way back in the days when TV
did not operate by remote control and one
of us kids was always stationed on the floor
in front of the TV to handle channel
changes.
Maverick, as I recall, came on Sunday
nightsopposite Ed Sullivan, I thinkand
for some reason it got Moms seal of
approval. Probably because Garner was so
good looking.
Although it might have been because the
shows were funny and very well written.
I watch them now every day at 2 p.m.
Its funny but of all the old westerns on
that channel, and now on the nostalgia
channels, Gunsmoke and Maverick are the
ones that hold up the best.
Just goes to show you: Good acting and
good stories never go out of style.
Garner has two movies on my top 10 all
time western favorites list: Support your
Local Sheriff and Hour of the Gun.
Every other western on that list is either
a John Wayne (five) or Clint Eastwood
(three) so hes in good company.
Actually, Tombstone could also go on
that list in place of Hour of the Gun since it
is essentially the same movie. I
When its time for recovering after a hospital stay,
its time to call the cable company.
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Vineland NJ 08360
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Friday $12 each
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2896 S. Delsea Dr. Vineland NJ
856-691-1222
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(856) 690-5637
711 Gershel Rd. Norma
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with any other offer. Limit 1 per customer daily
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Full Service Maintenance &Repair Facility
SpecializinginDiesel Repair &Service
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(between Lincoln & Brewster)
(856) 691-2497
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Book Debut by Former Vinelander
Florence (Belfus) Bennett is a new author
from Vineland who has recently published a
murder mystery set in and around Boston
(where she lived for a while). F.H. Belfus-
Bennetts debut novel, Saturday Night Dead, is
a raw portrait of a struggling rock band. Set in
Boston in the early 1990s, wealthy, privileged
college students who frequent the nightclub
scene become victims of the Saturday Night
Killer. The entire city is in a state of panic!
The book is available on Amazon.com.
The author grew up in Vinelandattend-
ed Johnstone Elementary and the former
Memorial Junior Highand
has many ties to the area.
Her father, Lou Belfus,
owner of the former
Harmony Shoppe, still lives
in Vineland. The author
currently resides in New
Hampshire.
10 Years for Boys & Girls Club
Get ready to celebrate at the Boys & Girls
Club of Vinelands 10th Anniversary Gala.
The event will be held on Saturday,
September 13 from 7 to 11 p.m. at Centerton
Country Club in Pittsgrove.
Several awards will be presented at the
event to individuals and companies that have
supported the Clubs mission and helped the
organization get this far. They include:
General Mills/Progresso Foods; Comcast;
Chaplain Gary Holden; Pastor Claude Rozier;
and (posthumously) Michael Cifaloglio.
At the Gala, the melodious sounds of a
variety of musical performances will be fea-
tured including Bittersweet, and former Club
Youth of the Year winners Ashley
Birmingham and Najee Wilson. A special
guest celebrity will also attend.
Thanks to the vision, hard work and dedi-
cation of the Clubs board of directors, staff
and volunteers, the Gala will celebrate the
mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Vineland
and its place in the community as a safe, edu-
cational and fun environment for all kids.
Tickets for the event are $75 each and
include dinner stations, open bar, door
prizes, Chinese Auction, 50/50, music, danc-
ing and entertainment.
Proceeds generated by the Gala Celebration
to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Vineland
life-saving programs for underserved youth.
For more information and sponsorship
opportunities, call 856-696-4190 or 856-896-
0244 or e-mail chrisvolker@msn.com.
Bayshore Center at Bivalve
Receives $10,000 Grant
Bayshore Center at Bivalve, the operator
of New Jersey's tall ship the A.J. Meerwald, is
the recipient of a $10,000 grant from the
New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a
state partner of the National Endowment for
the Humanities, in support of the exhibition
Play on the Bayshore.
The grant funds will assist BCB in designing
and installing an exhibition about recreation
and leisure time along the Delaware Bayshore
Region of New Jersey. It will be based on ideas
developed last year by an advisory committee.
The exhibition is set to open next summer.
This grant provides a much-needed boost
for creating another core exhibition for our
Delaware Bay Museum & Folklife Center,
stated Meghan Wren, executive director. This
will serve as a wonderful, lasting exhibition,
which will seed and compliment the cadre of
exhibits that will eventually help create a
national destination right here in Bivalve.
BCBs mission is to motivate people to
take care of the history, the culture and the
environment of New Jerseys Bayshore
region through education, preservation and
example. BCB was founded in 1988, the
organization spent eight years on the award-
winning historic restoration of a 1928
Delaware Bay oyster schooner, the A.J.
Meerwald, NJs Official Tall Ship. Due to the
restoration of the 1904 Oyster Shipping
Sheds, visitors can enjoy the Delaware Bay
Museum & Folklife Center, art gallery, gift
shop and Oyster Cracker Caf plus popular
events such as 2nd Fridays by the Bay.
The Museum and art gallery are open
Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. The Caf is open Thursday through
Saturday from 11:30 to 3 and the 2nd Friday
of every month from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
EDM Americas Donates Gas
Generator to Parvin State Park
EDM Americas plans to donate a genera-
tor from its document management facility
in Millville to the Parvin State Park
Appreciation Committee Inc. (PSPAC). The
gas generator, a Cummins 4-cycle Industrial
Diesel Engine, model# DGCB, had previously
been used to back up the facilitys mail
inserting equipment. EDM Americas
expanding operations, however, exceeded
the generators capabilities and it has since
been replaced with a newer model capable of
supporting the entire facility.
The donation, arranged by Steve Barber,
Millvilles facility supervisor, is scheduled to
take place within the next two weeks. The
PSPAC plans to use the generator to power
the parks safety equipment, which is used
during storms.
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Upper Deerfield Township to
Receive Fire Grant
Upper Deerfield Township will receive
$231,751 in a federal Assistance to
Firefighters Grant (AFG). In total, 124
organizations in the 2nd Congressional dis-
trict have been awarded more than $23 mil-
lion since the program began in 2001.
The Assistance to Firefighters Grant
Program awards grants directly to fire
departments and emergency services to sup-
port their efforts to protect the communities
they serve. The Fiscal Year 2014 program
will award approximately $340 million in
competitive grants to first responder organi-
zations across the country to obtain critical-
ly needed equipment, protective gear, emer-
gency vehicles, training, and other resources
required to protect the public and
emergency personnel from fire and related
hazards.
The Federal Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) administers the program.
For the last 10 years, Congressman Frank
LoBiondos office has hosted local seminars
for area fire departments to highlight the
benefits of this grant program and assist
with the application process. The Fiscal
Year 2013 program received 10,700 applica-
tions nationwide. More information can be
found at www.fema.gov/firegrants.
Discount Shopping Passes
All-day discount shopping passes for
Boscovs Friends Helping Friends Day on
October 21 are on sale now at Elwyn NJ for
$5 each. Call 856-794-5281 or e-mail
sauros@elwyn.org
Download e- and Audiobooks
Anyone with a library card for the
Millville Public Library can download e-
books and audiobooks from Overdrive. Go to
the library website, www.millvillepublicli-
brary.org and click on Overdrive. Follow the
directions to download the software for free.
The e-books and audiobooks can be down-
loaded to a computer and/or devices such as
MP3, Kindle, and Nook.
You will find selections of fiction and
non-fiction books on Overdrive.For assis-
tance or more information, call the Library
Reference Desk, 856- 825-7087, ext. 12. I
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Join Rotary Club of Vineland in August
Creating the Challenger League for special-needs kids who love baseball, donating dic-
tionaries to all third graders in the county, collecting used bicycles for use as transportation
overseas, laying wreaths in honor of all veterans, holding holiday parties for kids in need,
cleaning up area roads, providing scholarships for high school seniors, and providing lead-
ership training to area youth. This is just a sampling of the ways that the 92 members of the
Rotary Club of Vineland stay true to their motto of Service Above Self each year.
If you are looking for a way to give back by helping others, the time is now to join the
Rotary Club of Vineland. Throughout
the month of August, anyone interest-
ed in finding out more about Rotary
is invited to join the Vineland club for
lunch, free of charge. The club meets
at 12:10 p.m. on Tuesdays at the
Ramada Inn in Vineland. Simply
RSVP at www.vinelandrotary.com.
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Sunday, August 17, 2014
From Noon til Sold Out
SIXTIETH ANNUAL
Private Inspection & Repair Center
Peformed Under the Authority Of
All Cars
&Trucks
Motor Vehicle
Services
Delsea Regional High Honor Roll - 4th Marking Period
Grade 9
Brook Antonelli,
Miranda Booras,
Kayla Brown,
Dylan Chait,
Tori Clay,
Steven Coates,
Matthew Eggink,
Michael Forrest,
Stephen Hill,
Michael Hoffman,
Ian Kotarski,
Ryan Meehan,
Ashley Milstead,
Justin Moore,
Kyrsten Piper,
Kaitlyn Rauscher,
Carly Schepacarter,
Thomas Schofield,
Josh Storm,
Sierra Weyhmiller
Grade 10
Grant Craig,
Alexis DiStefano,
Taylor Greene,
Mary MacDonald,
Kayla Master,
Jessica Monteleone,
Bria Nestore,
Tyler Piper,
Colton Wetzel
Grade 11
Morgan Epley,
Rachel Geissler,
Jessica Kelleher
Grade 12
Christina Barbaro,
Arianna Bowles,
Kacey Brown,
Ayanna Bundy,
Jaclyn DAndrea,
Grace Fletcher,
Jessica Jester,
Katherine Kawka,
Bridgette Lair,
Louis Moffa,
John Pierson,
Janelle Pitts,
Vincent Rienzi,
Erica Spatafore,
Taylor Walker
Superintendents List
Grade 9
Elias Agostini,
Robert Andrews,
Hunter Banff,
Montana Biscoglio,
John Caldwell,
Jada Clark,
William Connors,
Marissa Consalo,
Nicolette Diaz,
Dorothy Doan,
Tina Eang,
Jenna Enley,
Alexis Fagotti,
Daryan Fennal,
Kailey Fenning,
Jason Ferro,
Freda Zoyi,
Michelle Gaines,
Cecelia Gerstenbacher
Nicholas Giordano,
Brittany Griffith,
Malcolm Henry,
Antonio Jones,
James Kelleher,
Tyler Kelly,
Daniel Leone,
John Lopes,
Sophia Lubelski,
Nina Mancini,
Kyle McBride,
Cara McCoy,
Eliezer Mejias,
Curtise Perry,
Walter Rettershofer,
Skylar Safaryn,
Kacey Scaffo,
Nathan Senatore,
David Senula,
Krisley Smierciak,
Ashlei Stiteler,
Cole Tistan,
Rachel Tondo,
Benjamin Watson,
David Wilkins,
Breanna Williams,
Craig Williams,
Olivia Wright,
Samantha Wright,
Nicoletta Zito
Grade 10
Steven Birmingham,
John Bittle,
Shelby Branco,
Gregory Butenewicz,
Sydney Casey,
Destini Clark,
Quinn Collins,
Thomas Conroy,
Danielle Considine,
Connor Coulbourn,
Colin Craig,
Angelina DelPalazzo,
Jordan Dobzanski,
Ryan Eldridge,
Nicole Gaetano,
Samuel Gorrell,
London Harris,
John Hassett,
Jacob Hellmig,
Evelyn Ibarra,
Maximilian Johnson,
Adrianna Kelly,
Jordan Lawrence,
Michael Lindsey,
Nicole Lloyd, David
Marshall,
Connor McLaughlin,
Charles Montagnoli,
Christina Moore,
Jake Moore,
McKayla Moore,
Ryan Murcavage,
Andrea Neville,
John Nicholson,
Amanda Parker,
Destini Parker,
Jacob Ranson,
Michelle Reilley,
Marissa Reilly,
Valerie Renner,
Marlena Richael,
Patrick Richeal,
Robert Scott,
Hannah Seabert,
Nina Shaffer,
Carly Storm,
Jahmea Tenzie,
Trevor Vidas,
Shannon Waller,
Jessica Young
Grade 11
Kimberly Albertson,
Kristen Bessette,
Matthew Birmingham,
Justin Branco,
William Britton,
Brittany Catucci,
Devin Clay,
Sophia Conners,
Ryan Curry,
Taylor Davis,
Andrew DeJesus,
Taylor Dessin,
Michael Doyle,
Anita Fagotti,
Lance Fletcher,
Kelsi Frank-Noble,
Francesco Gaetano,
Gabrielle Garavento,
Megan Geisert,
Walter Gilliano,
Brittany Gillman,
Kristina Handy,
Dannielle Hassinger,
Gavin Hawkes,
Cody Jelinek,
Elijah Johnson,
Jacob Kientz,
Nicole Krauss,
Jake Lachowicz,
Joshua Lachowicz,
Jeremy Lawrence,
Gabriella Mayo,
Shelby McCarty,
Jessica McGarvey,
Dominique Miller,
Zachery Miller,
Jessica Mullen,
Tyler Pacheco,
Samantha Parave,
Mackenzie Patterson,
Reagan Pender,
Lena Pierce,
Stephanie Porlucas,
Philip Quinn,
Austin Rabut,
Larissa Rebensky,
Devan Rodilosso,
Khari Ross,
Lisa Sadowniczak,
Zachary Schaffer,
Brianne Sgorlon,
Kathryn Spence,
Lily Taylor,
Alexander Titus,
Aubrie Weyhmiller
Grade 12
Julia Alspach,
Stephen Banchi,
Shibin Benjamin,
Dakota Brovero,
Anastasia Butterick,
Danielle Chamberlin,
John Clark,
Christopher Cooper,
Amanda Cracolici,
Kelsey Daisey,
Tara Dalton,
Dylan Deola,
Amanda Ellen,
Christopher Fare,
Daniel Freeman,
Kayla Green,
Melissa Greene,
Zachary Gritz,
Nicolette Hassett,
Veronica Howard,
Shannon Kavalchick,
Courtney Keenan,
Hannah Kelly,
AndrewKinash-
Shipman
Olivia Lancaster,
Nicholas Lynch,
Makayla MacLaughlin,
Lori Mazzarelli,
Celine Mazzi,
Taylor Miskofsky,
Robert Rolle,
Jacob Sadowniczak,
Katherine Selfridge,
Patton Solowey,
Jillian Still,
Maliek Tenzie
Principals List
Donation of School Items
Sought for Block Parties
Gateway Community Action
Partnerships Greater Bridgeton Family
Success Center will host six Back to School
Block Parties in and around the city and the
center is requesting donations of back to
school items for the events.
There will be activities for children and
parents, food, giveaways, music, back-to-
school items and more at each of the events,
which run from 12 to 4 p.m. Raffles for
backpacks filled with back-to-school items
will be held at each event.
Donations of pencils, pens, notebooks,
backpacks and all other back to school
items are requested.
Events are scheduled for the following
dates at the following locations:
Tuesday, August 19 at Amity Heights
Thursday, August 21 at Gateway CAP,
110 Cohansey St.
Friday, August 22 at Tips Trailer Park
Tuesday, August 26 at BridgetonCommons
Thursday, August 28 at Bridgeton Villas
Friday, August 29 at Countryside
Village Apartments
For more information, call the Greater
Bridgeton Success Center at 856-451-1133.
Cumberland Christian Holds
Open House
On Thursday, August 14, from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. and 6 pto 8 p.m., Cumberland
Christian School is accepting enrollment
applications for the 2014-2015 school year
for age 3 through 12th grade. Make next
school year count with challenging aca-
demics in a traditional classroom setting
and various co-curricular activities like
sports, drama, chess, choir, band, Bible
quizzing and more. Cumberland Christian
School is focused on building Christian
character and academic excellence, with a
personal touch. The school is accredited by
Middle States and the ACSI. Homeschool
families may be interested in taking single
classes, which could include specials like
art or music in the lower grades all the way
up to advanced math, science and English
in the High School. Stop by for a tour of the
campus any day or call to schedule a free
consultation for your child. 856-696-1600,
www.cccrusader.org.
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St. Mary School Wins War of Wits
St. Mary School takes first place
again at the Eighth Annual War of
Wits at Buena Regional High
School. The War of Wits is an aca-
demic competition for middle
school students. Area middle
schools are invited to attend each
year. Students answered questions
on current events, pop culture, cur-
rent music, sports, art, English,
math, science, and social studies.
St. Mary School is proud to announce that the students representing seventh
and eighth grade came in first place and received a plaque and a trophy. The
trophy travels from winning school each year and is returned to Buena for the
next competition. St. Mary School was the keeper of the trophy for 2012, 2013
and again for 2014! The students on the winning team were Sarah Buckley,
Mikaela Szamreta, Matthew Guercio, Daniel Kuhar and Jonathon Kelly!
Applications for the 2014/2015 academic year are being accepted. Busing
for Millville, Buena and Vineland is available and tuition grants and assistance
is available. If you would like more information, call 856-692-8537, ext. 320.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 22
Lyrics and Laughter at the
Jersey Shore. The Claridge
Hotel's Celebrity Theater,
Atlantic City. 8:30 p.m.
Popular singer/bandleader
Eddie Bruce and comedienne
Tammy Pescatelli will share
the stage at this charity event
to benefit the Schultz-Hill
Foundation's regional music
and arts programs.
Bruce, a native
Philadelphian, has performed
for decades at thousands of
area celebrations. He is a pas-
sionate fan of jazz standards,
specifically those of legendary
crooner Tony Bennett. Backed
by a 16-piece orchestra, his
concert will pay tribute to
Bennett on Mr. Bennetts 88th
birthday this year at this
Foundation Concert.
Bruce is a local favorite. In
Philadelphia, his show ranked
#1 at the Prince Music Theater
box office. He has also head-
lined at the SugarHouse Casino for more than two years and has performed with
the Philly Pops, Hershey Symphony and will be returning to the Ocean City Pops
in 2014.
Tammy Pescatelli calls herself an "Italian Mom" who grew up in a large family
near Cleveland and then married into an even larger Italian family. In addition to
winning Comedy Central's 2010 Stand-up Showdown, she has appeared on
numerous television shows like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and her own
half-hour Comedy Central Presents: Tammy Pescatelli special on the Comedy
Central network. Pescatelli has also released multiple comedy albums and per-
formed in Atlantic City at the Borgata Casino & Hotel.
She is currently touring nationwide to promote her latest comedy DVD,
released exclusively on Netflix called Finding the Funny. Pescatelli is also a regu-
lar on USO comedy tours, entertaining U.S. troops around the world.
Honorary Chairs, Claridge CEO Terry McCarthy and his wife Ginny, plus Event
Chairs Jeannie Eisele and David Spatz are leading the "Celebrity Committee" for
the event. Limited $175 per person VIP tickets include; preferred seating plus a
"meet and greet" champagne/dessert post-show party (tax deductible). General
admission seating tickets are $40 through Ticketmaster.
The Schultz-Hill Foundation is a 501c-3 which supports the arts, history
and education in the South Jersey region. For more information, visit
www.schultz-hill.org
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Nightlife at Bennigans. 2196 W. Landis
Ave., Vineland, 205-0010. Karaoke
Thursdays with Bob Morgan, 9 p.m.-
close. Live music Fridays 9 p.m.-mid-
night. All TV Sports Packages: Drink spe-
cials seasonally. Call for RSVP and
details.
Nightlife at MVP Sports. 408 Wheat
Rd., Vineland. 856-697-9825. Food and
drink specials all week. Wed.: Pool tourna-
ment, cash prizes. Thurs.: DJ Real Deal.
Fri. Ladies Night 9 p.m.
Nightlife at Tre Bellezze. 363 Wheat
Rd., Vineland. Wed: Ladies Night (karaoke
and free pool. Thurs: Tony Mascara 710
p.m. Fri.: DJ Joe Gorgo from 92.1 WVLT
610 p.m. Sat.: Tony Mascara 7-10 p.m.
Nightlife at The Centerton. Ten22, The
Centerton Country Club & Event Center,
1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove. Tues.: Trivia.
Wed.: Country Night, $5. Every third Thurs.:
Comedy Night, $5. Flashback Fridays with
DJ Scott. Sat.: DJ Mooses Top 40 Songs.
Nightlife at The Cosmopolitan. 3513 S.
Delsea Dr., Vineland, 765-5977. Tues.:
Karaoke with KAO Productionz featuring
Kerbie A. (9 p.m.1 a.m.). Wed.: Salsa Night,
Latin-inspired dance party. Thurs.: Singles
Night with DJ Slick Rick. Fri. and Sat.: top 40
Dance Party with DJ Tony Morris.
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.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

AUGUST 13 THROUGH 16
Nightlife at Old Oar House. Old Oar
House Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville,
293-1200. Wed.: Karaoke. Fri.: Overworked
& Unemployed 9 p.m. Sat.: TBA 9 p.m.
Sun.: Charlie Maines 59 p.m.
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 Bojos Ale House. 222 N.
High St., Millville, 327-8011. Tues.: Bike
Night with live entertainment. Wed.:
Nick@Nite Open Mic 7 p.m. Fri.: Live
music 9 p.m. Daily drink and food specials.
EVERY FRIDAY
Gene Cortopassi. Merighi's Savoy Inn, E.
Landis Ave. and Union Rd., Vineland, 691-
8051. 6 p.m. Dinner music.
EVERY SATURDAY
Back in the Day Dance Party. Villa
Fazzolari, 821 Harding Hwy. (Rt. 40), Buena.
856-697-7101. 7 p.m.midnight. Five hours
nonstop dance music from 1970s and 80s.
AUGUST 14 THROUGH 17
The King and I. Levoy Theatre, 126-130
N. High St., Millville. 8 p.m. except 10th
and 17th at 3, 14th at 7:30. The Off Broad
Street Players presents this classic. Set
in 1862, The King and I is a richly dra-
matic telling of East vs. West as Anna
and the King attempt to find a middle
ground in their changing worlds. Along
with the dazzling score, the incompara-
ble Jerome Robbins ballet, The Small
House of Uncle Thomas, is one of the
all-time marvels of the musical stage.
Tickets $20/$17 children and seniors.
Call 856-327-6400 or visit www.levoy.net.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15
Third Friday:
Book Signing /
Linda Bell &
Family. Bogarts
Bookstore. 210 N.
High St., Millville.
Free. Author
Lawrence Moore
Real Men Speak
Womanese, 69 p.m.
Live music, 7-9 p.m.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 16
Don Shaw. Bogarts Bookstore. 210 N.
High St., Millville. Free. Live original
music, 2 p.m.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17
Poetry on High. Bogarts Bookstore. 210
N. High St., Millville. Free. Original poetry
and music, hosted by Rita Lyn Lyman.
1:304:30 p.m.
Skyline Boys Gospel Quartet.
Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2384 E.
Landis Avenue, Vineland. 7 p.m. Wide
variety of Gospel Music. No admission
fee but a free will offering will be collect-
ed to assist the group with their exten-
sive travel costs.
An Afternoon of Jazz with the Lori
Benton-Janetta & Ernie Trionfo Duo.
Bridgeton Library, 150 Commerce St E,
Bridgeto. 3 p.m. Come and enjoy the
sweet sounds of jazz and travel through
decades of music expressing the spirit,
joy, pathos and wonder of jazz - a truly
original American art form. Tickets $15
or two for $25, and include refreshments.
Tickets may be purchased at the library.
MONDAY, AUGUST 18
Free Music Lecture. Vineland Public
Library, 1058 E. Landis Ave., Vineland.
67:30 p.m. A lecture about New Jerseys
350th anniversary and its music.
www.vinelandlibrary.org call 856-794-4244.
A Tribute to Frank Sinatra & George
Burns Dinner Show. Clancy's By The
Bay Restaurant, 101. E. Maryland Ave.,
Somers Point. 7 p.m. Starring Frank
Hartman & Al Long. Introducing Lisa
Small. Reservations only. $45 (tax and
gratuity included). Call: 609-927-6969.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23
Riverfest Plein Air Painting Contest.
Cumberland County. Start 7:30 a.m. 856-
453-2175.
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Summer Concert Series
The American Federation of
Musicians, Local 595, presents the
2014 Concert Series at Joe Dale
Pavilion in Minotola on Tuesday
evenings at 79 p.m. rain or shine.
August 12: Jack Melton Big Band
August 19: Bud Cavallo Group
Fall Beer Festival & Car Show
August 22: ShopRite Wines &
Spirits, Lincoln and Landis aves.,
Vineland. 4 p.m. until after dusk.
ShopRite Wines & Spirits 1st Annual
Fall Beer Festival and Car Show will
feature a free fall beer sampling (vote
for your favorite), free live music by
Matt Adams and 95.1 FM'sDJ Nicky G;
on-site food vendors; free car show (no
fee to enter, prizes awarded, open to
all makes, models, and years) and free
outdoor movie screening beginning at
dusk (bringyour ownchair or blanket).
Neurologist Joins Inspiras Mullica Hill and
Woodbury practices
Inspira Medical Group is pleased to announce that,
Alexandra Landen, D.O., board certified neurologist
with fellowship training in movement disorders, has
begun seeing patients at the groups neurology prac-
tices in Mullica Hill and Woodbury.
Board certified by the American Board of
Psychiatry and Neurology, Dr. Landen will provide area
patients with specialized care for a range of complex
neurological disorders affecting the brain, spinal cord
and nerves. She is experienced in providing treatment
for various neurological and movement disorders,
including muscle disorders, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinsons disease,
muscular dystrophy, stroke and more.
Dr. Landen attended medical school at the University of Medicine and Dentistry
of New Jersey. She then completed a residency in neurology, followed by a fellow-
ship in movement disorders, at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington,
D.C. Prior to joining Inspira Medical Group, Dr. Landen served as a general neurol-
ogist and movement disorder specialist at Christiana Care Neurology Specialists.
She is currently also affiliated with Jefferson University Physicians.
Inspira Medical Group Neurology has practice locations in Mullica Hill and
Woodbury. For more information, call 856-467-4432.
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Visit your local One Stop in Pleasantville, Wildwood
or Hammonton to see if you qualify for funding
to help pay for tuition and fees.
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YMCA Member Krause Celebrates 103rd Birthday
The YMCA of Vineland continued its
annual tradition of celebrating the birth-
day of its oldest member, Ted Krause.
Krause, a Vineland resident, turned
103 on August 3. He swims at the YMCA
almost every day and has been a long-
time supporter of the organization. Each
year, YMCA members, staff, and kids sing
Happy Birthday to him. Participants
also share in the guest of honors favorite dessert, an ice cream cake. Here,
Krause is shown blowing out a candle on the cake. Members of the YMCA family
look forward each summer to this celebration of this remarkable man.
Hopewell Seniors Enjoy Beading
Local seniors enjoyed learning to make their
own bracelet in a class led by Artistic Touch Beads
at the West Cumberland Senior Center in
Hopewell. Everyone's bracelet was different from
the others, and they were all gorgeous! For infor-
mation on the many activities at the center, includ-
ing upcoming beading classes, call 455-1055.
Betty Johnson of Bridgeton makes a bracelet at the
West Cumberland Senior Center.
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A Date to Remember: Bridgeton Legends
Mark your cal-
endar for the
annual Fall
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Legends celebra-
tion: Champions
for Bridgeton: The
Jim Hursey
Family and Gary
Zimmerman
Friday, October
24, Reception at
6 p.m. at The
Centerton Country Club. Ticket sales will be announced soon. For more informa-
tion call Gil Walter: 856-391-1127
A legend is a story that has been passed down for generations (Bing
Dictionary definition). We started celebrating our storied Bridgeton legends five
years ago. We called our first Bridgeton Legends event held at the Centerton Inn
Thanks for the Memories at Dills: a tribute to the Marino Family. We told the
story of Everett and Nancy Marino, their renowned Italian Seafood Restaurant
and their lifelong contributions to Bridgeton. In the following years the annual
Bridgeton Legends event celebrated the stories of Harold Gould, Negro League
baseball legend and his activist wife, Gwen, in 2011. Beloved business and civic
service stand outs Alan and Bob Woodruff and their families were celebrated in
2012, and we saluted Bridgeton medical service giants, the late Dr. Frank Bridgio
and former hospital system executive, Paul Cooper, and their families last year.
This year the Bridgeton Legends Planning Committee has chosen two more sto-
ries of Bridgeton heroes. Stories to be passed down to coming generations: the
story of Jim Hursey, a herculean contributor to the youth of his generation, and
the story of Gary Simmerman, an everlastingly-at- it public Bridgeton service
legend in his own time.
The late Jim Hursey, with his wife, Nancy, at his side, was a monumental leader
of services to Bridgeton youth. Jim, the Chief Custodian of Bridgeton High School,
was a virtual one-man athletics department for the high school kids and many
other Bridgeton area youths. He is memorialized by the Bridgeton H.S. James
Hursey Stadium. Gary Zimmerman continues in retirement as he is remembered:
a unparalleled business and civic leader: youthful President of several area banks,
Bridgeton City Council President, Freeholder Director, County Treasurer, Bridgeton
Hospital Board President, Bridgeton Rotary Board member and President and
energetic leader of United Way, Jaycees and many local charities.
The Hurseys and Gary Zimmerman are next on a list of upcoming Bridgeton
Legends annually selected by the Legends Event Planning Committee, each to be
celebrated by stories passed down for generations. The criteria for selection as a
Bridgeton Legend are simple. They are contained in the Committees mission
statement: To honor our citizens who have actively contributed in an extraordi-
nary way to the life and fabric of our community and to invest in improvement of
the Bridgeton Area. In keeping with the charitable goal of the mission, the pro-
ceeds of this years Bridgeton Legends event will be contributed to Bridgeton
Mainstreet and The South Jersey Sports Museum in Bridgeton.
From left: Carola Hartley; Jody Hirata; Gil Walter, Bridgeton Legends Committee Co-Chair;
Debbie Greenberg; Dave Elwell; Jean Calderon; Dave Hitchner, Bridgeton Legends
Committee Co-Chair; Gwendolyn E. Gould; Rosemary Vorce; Richie Elwell.
Members of the Month:
June
The Boys & Girls Club of Vineland announced
its Members of the Month for June 2014. They
are: Zahmeer Harris and Louis McCrae from
the Carl Arthur Recreation Center unit; and
India Shievdayal and Luz Torres from the
Cunningham School unit.
These members have exhibited increased
engagement in Club programming and an
overall positive attitude.
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The following transactions of $10,000 or more were filed with Cumberland County in
the month of April 2014 (transactions may have occurred in an earlier month).
Names listed may, in some cases, be those of buyers or sellers representatives.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Gateway Helps Fulfill Homeownership Dream
Gateway Community Action Partnerships Mill Creek Crossings program is help-
ing to make the American Dream of homeownership a reality for area residents.
Mill Creek Crossings homes are being built on South Avenue and Eagle Street
in Bridgeton and all units include three bedrooms, 1.5 baths, living room, dining
room, kitchen, appliances and central air. Starting price is $77,500 and first-time
homebuyers with an income of at least $30,000 (must have at least one depend-
ent) are eligible.
Construction will begin this fall and applications are now available at
Gateways administrative offices, 110 Cohansey St. in Bridgeton.
Prerequisites for Mill Creek Crossings home ownership include: attend first-
time homebuyer classes, have a permanent income, qualify for a mortgage, a
credit score of at least 650 and some money in savings. Applicants must meet
HUD guidelines and be approved by the NJ Housing Affordability Service.
For additional information, call 856-451-6330, ext. 6742.
BRIDGETON
50 Columbus Ave., William F Harris, III
(Adm.) to Krystal Ruiz-Mesa on 4/23/14 for
$50,000
286 Holly St., Timothy M Hickman to
Badreddin Zohny on 4/28/14 for $43,000
465 Water St., Bridgeton Waterfront
Properties Inc. to 25 S Pearl LLC on 4/29/14
for $10,000
47 Myrtle St., Cumberland County Sheriff to
Capital Finance Co. of Delaware Valley Inc.
on 4/29/14 for $13,602
191 W Lincoln St., Jerry E Loatman, Jr. to
Michael Kinney on 4/29/14 for $42,000
COMMERCIAL TWP
6311 Magnolia Dr., Barbara Ann Wilke Hicks
to Harry S Hannah on 4/29/14 for $15,000
305 Olive Rd., Thomas L Green to Steven H
Pietrosante on 4/29/14 for $27,000
DEERFIELD TWP
713 James Dr., US Bank Trust to Justin
Altman on 4/25/14 for $250,000
Morton Ave., Brian Wheaton to Crossings-A
Wesleyan Church on 4/28/14 for $20,000
DOWNE TWP
146 Bayview Rd., John Wyatt, Jr. to John
Edward James, Jr. on 4/28/14 for $50,000
FAIRFIELD TWP
102 Lummis Mill Rd., Linda A Dennis to
Jerry E Loatman, Jr. on 4/29/14 for $173,000
HOPEWELL TWP
678 Roadstown Rd., Pennymac Loan Trust
2012-NPL1 (by Atty.) to Paul Earnest on
4/29/14 for $61,000
MILLVILLE
503 F St., Claudia Strauss (Trust) to Leona
Marie Romano on 4/23/14 for $10,200
809 5th St N., Claudia Strauss (Trust) to
Isidro R Colon on 4/23/14 for $82,000
217 N 2nd St., Mark D Gordon to First
United Methodist Church of Millville on
4/24/14 for $60,000
219 Sharp St., Tomlex Enterprises LLC to
Christine Katz on 4/24/14 for $81,250
400 Rieck Ave., Oscar Ortiz to Jeffrey C
Scythes on 4/24/14 for $140,000
1009 Shar Lane Blvd., Landmark
Development No. 4 LLC to Dennis W
Bradford, Jr. on 4/24/14 for $172,000
7 Fowler Ave., Matthew DAmico to Doris
Montalvo on 4/24/14 for $232,500
101 Patricia Ave., Douglas Omahne (Exec.)
to Bernadine M Weiss on 4/28/14 for
$105,000
26 Sugarman Ave., Vaughnie Wiltin (by
Atty.) to Michael B Jones on 4/28/14 for
$155,000
207 N 7th St., Keith Reed to Duran
Palmertree on 4/29/14 for $47,000
18 Wildwood Ave., David J Spigelmyer to
Jorge D Rodriguez on 4/29/14 for $110,000
2229 Buttonwood Ln., Travis DAngelo to
Devon K Padgett-Blew on 4/29/14 for
$148,900
545 Carlton Ave., Scott N Oliver to William J
Dugan on 4/29/14 for $245,300
UPPER DEERFIELD
25 Button Mill Rd., David B Ferguson to
David B Ferguson on 4/23/14 for $80,000
35 Fern Rd., Denise S Ewing to Michael
Shmuely on 4/24/14 for $30,700
493 Old Deerfield Pk., Neil Everingham to
Eric Mihalecz on 4/24/14 for $178,000
1554 Highway 77, Eric E Bonselaar to Alyssa
G Eachus on 4/30/14 for $129,000
VINELAND
2165 Ne Blvd., Whelma Brooks Irby to
Daniel J Ricketts, Sr. on 4/23/14 for
$100,000
1461 S State St., Sec. of Housing & Urban
Development to Monica Bertoia on 4/23/14
for $122,000
2201 Ne Blvd., Whelma B Irby to Daniel J
Ricketts, Sr. on 4/23/14 for $152,000
1435 E Sherman Ave., Cohansey Bridge LLC
to Roitika Realty LLC on 4/24/14 for
$65,000
117 E Oak Rd., Valeria A Golembski to
Stephen Gatier on 4/24/14 for $135,000
1311 Shady Creek Ln., Gary J Biassou to
John Farnsworth on 4/24/14 for $209,000
750 S West Ave., Ruben Lugo to Nelsie Vega
on 4/28/14 for $150,000
1039 E Landis Ave., Gloria E Viano (Ind.
Exec.) to Edward G Souders on 4/29/14 for
$48,297
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