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VOLUME 5 | ISSUE 10 | APRIL 18, 2012

I NS I DE : PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE: PG. 9 • THIRD FRIDAY • HOME & GARDEN • GABRIEL’S HORN RETURNS
Summer camps and
activities will keep the kids
active and happy when
school’s out.
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with their third report card of the
year, and parents are reminded to
ponder what to do with their offspring this
summer. If that didn’t do the trick, then
Easter vacation surely did. Moms and dads
knowthey have just a fewweeks left before
the changing of the guard—fromteacher to
parent—when kids are home looking for
something to keep frombeing—dare we
utter it—bored.
Sure, there’s something to be said for
allowing the kids some carefree, unsched-
uled time, as we recall fromour own child-
hoods. But we’re talking 10 to 12 weeks of
off time and that’s a lot of time to idle away.
We are fortunate here in our region to
have a plethora of summer camps and
activities to interest kids of all ages. Look
through these listings with your kids to
find just the right camps and activities to
keep both of you happy all summer long.
Note also that some of the camps have
signup dates listed in their copy and/or ads.
ALL KIDS FIRST CHILD CARE
All Kids First II is a childcare center for
infants, toddlers, and preschool children
who reside in or out of the Vineland
Completion of Millville’s historic Levoy Theatre is approxi-
mately 60 percent, with the exterior looking nearly complete
and the work mainly going on inside.
Lauren Van Embden (pictured), chair of the theater’s
board of directors, led the Vineland Rotary Club and business
leaders from Millville on a tour last Tuesday. According to Van
Embden, there may be a “soft opening” in early August with
a grand opening celebration sometime in September.
The theater will seat approximately 700, including 250
balcony seats.
August will be mostly soft programming, acts that are flex-
ible with dates that can be bumped up to six weeks, Van
Embden said.
She also noted that booking of acts at the Levoy will be
coordinated with the Fine and Performing Arts Center at
Cumberland County College and Appel Farm/Landis Theater,
so that the same types of entertainment are not being staged
at the same time.
The first show will likely be a local production of the
Broadway musical The Music Man, staged by the Bridgeton-
based Off Broad Street Players, on August 3.
Local talent will be a big part of the programming, said
Van Embden. The first season will also include regular movie
nights, festivals and theme events.
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While it may not be the “School of Rock,” Ellison School’s summer camps
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kids a chance to explore the performing arts.
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PHOTO BY JAY PARKS
Levoy Theatre Nearing Completion
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MIKE EPIFANIO Editor & Publisher
DEBORAH A. EIN Managing Editor
GAIL EPIFANIO Controller
MARIE HALPIN-GALLO Advertising Executive
MICHELLE LOW Advertising Executive
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Fire Sprinklers Save Lives
Tragedy struck Bridgeton, N.J. in the
early morning on April 9, 2012, when a fire
claimed the life of a 13-year-old girl who
was visiting the residence. Firefighters
responded to the fire at 3:15 a.m. to find the
house fully engulfed in flames. Despite mul-
tiple attempts, rescue personnel were not
able to enter the burning home. Four other
occupants of the home were members of
the same family who reside at the residence
on Church Street and were able to escape.
The family was treated at local hospitals for
their injuries, which appeared to be non-life
threating. The cause of the fire is still under
investigation; however, this terrible tragedy
could have been prevented.
NewJersey has seen an increase in the
number of house and apartment fires
recently, resulting in tragic fatalities and
catastrophic property loss. In many cases,
properly installed and maintained fire
sprinklers control (and typically extinguish)
a fire before the fire department even
arrives on the scene. More importantly, the
presence of fire sprinklers mitigates the risk
to individuals affected by the blaze, includ-
ing inhabitants of the structure and fire-
fighters who battle the fire.
Fire sprinklers are the only proactive
formof fire protection, providing firefight-
ers the time they need to do their jobs as
safely and effectively as possible, and help-
ing to avoid potential tragedies like the one
that occurred in Bridgeton this week.
—David Kurasz, Executive Director,
N.J. Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board
County Programs Help Seniors
Congratulations to Cumberland County
Sheriff's Department [Sheriff Robert
Austino] and the Office on Aging for an
informative and fun afternoon at their Triad
meeting recently in Vineland.
The group is there to help seniors with
any questions, concerns or problems any-
time.
We enjoyed a talk about car safety, had a
tasty lunch, were serenaded by the Vineland
High School Madrigals, and were each
given a box of food.
The next meeting is June 27. Contact
Lieutenant Thomas Perrotti at 451-4449,
ext. 138 to register.
As a fairly newresident of Cumberland
County, I amextremely impressed with so
much that is offered. Thank you for your
service to the community.
—Carol Dickson, Millville
1 When School’s Out
It’s not too early to line up plans to
keep the kids active and learning
this summer.
1 Levoy Theatre Nearing
Completion
3, 4 Faces in the News
6-8 SUMMER CAMPS
9 Prizeweek Puzzle
10 European Inspired
At the Jersey Shore, Landis
imagined a city akin to Venice,
Italy. VINCE FARINACCIO
11 News in Brief
14 Entertainment
16 DINING: A Foodie’s New
Outlook
Our food columnist returns.
FRANK GABRIEL
17 Recipe Corner
Chicken gets a makeover in these
inspired recipes. LISA DINUNZIO
18 Faces in the News
19 Springing into Action
Two upcoming work days allow you
to do just that. TODD NOON
20-22 HOME & GARDEN
24 Community Calendar
26 REAL ESTATE
27 CLASSIFIEDS
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Editor’s Letter
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Newspaper writers and editors put lots of time and care into every word that appears on
every page of each issue we produce. We know that every character will be scrutinized and
we take great personal pride in avoiding typos, grammatical miscues and unclear sentence
structures. Maybe that’s why it’s slightly deflating to our precious egos when we discover
somewhere along the line that what readers care most about are simple
things like crossword puzzles and real estate transactions.
These two bits of content have been among our most popular
features week after week for the past four years. If space constraints
prevent us from publishing the crossword puzzle one week, we most
certainly hear about it from our readers.
Well, dear readers, have we got a treat for you. Starting this week,
we are now presenting a popular crossword puzzle variation called
the Prizeweek Puzzle (see page 9) and it is brought to you by our
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Let us know what you think of the Prizeweek Puzzle or any of the other less popular
content we agonize over! We hope you enjoy the new puzzle and we wish you the best of
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Happy 99th Birthday
Happy Birthday to Louise Giordano,
who turns 99 on April 23. Even after 99
years, our mother looks young, with no
gray hair.
Eating potatoes from Wendy’s helps
keep the gray away.
Sweeping the driveway, cleaning the
house, keeping active, and never a slouch.
Lots of fun to be 99, as long as you
can remember all you have done (which you do).
Stopping to see you every day, checking in, has been my routine and privilege.
Going to Wendy’s and getting your potatoes and going shopping for you is
something I look forward to!
Your love of family and love of life, to our late son, Jerry, and to your great
granddaughter, Heather, is greatly appreciated.
With Much Love, Your son, Jerry, daughter-in-law, Pearl, great granddaughter
Heather, and your grandson in Heaven, Jerry.
Pacitto Takes First at Social Studies Fair
Allyson Pacitto,
11, of Vineland, won
first place in the
6th grade division
at the Cumberland
Christian School
Social Studies Fair
this year. Pacitto’s
topic was “How
Does the Great
Wall of China com-
pare to the Berlin
Wall?” Pacitto said
she learned a lot
from her interviews
with a neighbor
who was there when the Berlin Wall was built and was separated from parts of
his family. She also interviewed a former missionary to China who had visited
the Great Wall of China. Her research and a recent family trip to Washington D.C.
to see parts of the Berlin Wall made this topic very interesting to her.
Birthday Wishes
For Jonas Armand Regnaert:
Happy Third birthday!
We love you,
Mom, Dad, Josh & The Drool Crew
(Max, Caleb, Eliza, Chaos & Stella)
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Community Pitches In for Playground Relocation
Nestled at the corner of N. Delsea Drive and Forest Grove Road, an active and
vibrant community called The Haven of Vineland, Inc. sits. The Haven consists of
The Golan Learning Center, Inc., The Event Center, Hebron Sports and Fitness, Inc.,
and Ramoth Church. The group currently has a need to move their playground to a
safer location, and in an amazing dis-
play of community support, the work
began on Wednesday, April 4.
The small, existing playground needs
to be moved for several reasons. First
and foremost is the safety of the chil-
dren and families who make use of it.
The new playground will be larger, nicer,
and safer. It will be situated behind the
building, away from the parking lot,
allowing for peace of mind for parents
whose children play there. In addition,
moving the playground will allow the
current location to be used for addition-
al parking and a more accessible
entrance to the facility.
The move, when completed, will
affect hundreds of children. Golan
Learning Center, Inc., provides services
for 105 students who use the area
daily. Hebron Sports and Fitness Inc.,
provides programs such as soccer, flag
football, basketball, cheerleading, and
T-ball each year, making the playground “in demand” for the siblings and families
of the participants. Scouts meet at the facility each week, “Voices” an Autism
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Awareness Program meets there, and
children and families of the Ramoth
Church use the area as well. A large
and rapidly growing population will
benefit from the completed project.
The Golan Learning Center, Inc., has
applied for and received a grant for the
actual moving and inspection of the
playground equipment, but before the
grant can be used, a large area of land
behind the building needs to be
cleared. Requests went out to the com-
munity and three companies respond-
ed. Ransome CAT donated the use of
all equipment needed, Koering
Excavation donated man hours for the
operation of the equipment, and Wheat
Road Cold Cuts provided food for the
50 workers who participated.
Last Friday was a celebration of
accomplishment and camaraderie as
members of the community turned out
to thank the workers and provide lunch.
As a result of their generosity, the chil-
dren will have a larger, more beautiful,
and NJ Safety Approved playground.
Opposite page, from left: Scott Holdren,
Unifirst Corp.; Walter Wroniuk, Wheat Road
Cold Cuts, Nelda Wheat, coordinator for
Haven of Vineland; Lois Satterfield, chil-
dren’s pastor for Ramoth Church; Chuck
Serbeck project director for Haven of
Vineland; David and Michael Koering,
Koering Excavation. On the machine is Lee
Pearson, Ransome/Cat Corp.
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Saturday, June 16, 2012
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Saturday, September 15, 2012
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In Loving Memory
For Gene “Gino” Prospero, Jr.
July 21, 1973 - April 19, 2011.
I know I’ll see your face again
And see you all
anew, a happy, healthy
son of mine, and oh!...
Those eyes of blue.
We think of you everyday
And miss you so much.
But we know you are
with Grammom and Poppy in
Heaven,
who also loved you very much.
We love you and miss you Gene,
Mom, Ronnie, Joey, Murt, Buddy,
Rita Debbie, Sonia, Timmy, Shawn, and
all your cousins and friends.
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Vineland, All Kids First is open all year
from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
All Kids First provides a program that is
developmentally appropriate and gives
attention to the needs and development of
these very young children.
Children are grouped according to their
age with the very special care that is
required for your child. With trained care-
givers and an environment that is safe and
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CHILDREN’S BALLET WORKSHOP
Learn many fun routines at camp. These will
be featured in a show for parents at the end
of the week. Younger dancers will also be
doing a craft. See their ad for more details.
Children’s Ballet Workshop, 1129 Weymouth Rd,
Vineland, 856-697-2929.
CHRIST THE GOOD SHEPHERD PRE-
SCHOOL
Formerly St. Isodore’s Daycare, the school
will once again offer its nine-week Summer
Session for children ages 2 1/2 years to 6
years old. The summer program will con-
sist of nine weekly themes with age-appro-
priate, hands-on activities. The children
will also enjoy a weekly pool day along
with a visit from the ice cream truck.
Children may register for two, three, four,
or five half or full days. The session will
begin on June 25 and run through the week
of August 20. For more information, call
the school at 856-696-0506.
Christ the Good Shepherd Preschool, 1655
Magnolia Road, Vineland, 856-696-0506.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY COLLEGE
SUMMER ACADEMY FOR KIDS
Where else can you send your kids to col-
lege for the summer? Registration has
begun for the popular and highly acclaimed
Summer Academy for Kids (and teens!) at
Cumberland County College. This year’s
nine-week program will be conducted
June 25 through August 24.
All classes must be prepaid at the time
of registration. In-person registration at the
office of Professional and Community
Education, in the lower level of the
Academic Building, Sherman Avenue and
College Drive, is available Monday-Friday
from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
You can also register by mail with a
check or a credit card; or register by fax
(856-696-2417) with a credit card.
Registration forms can be downloaded
from CCC’s website at: www.cccnj.edu/safk
A special in-person registration is set to
take place 10 a.m.-1 p.m. during
Cumberland County College’s Community
Day on Saturday, April 28.
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attend full-day or half-day sessions for one
or several of the one-week classes. Morning
and afternoon sessions are offered as well as
before- and after-care for working parents.
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classes certain to stimulate, educate and
entertain kids ages 5 to 17.
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additional $20 lab fee); and $90 for ages 14-
17. Before care, 6:15-9 a.m., is $20 per week;
after care, 4-5:30 p.m., is also $20 per week.
For more details or to request a free pro-
grambrochure, log onto www.cccnj.edu/
pdf/safk2012.pdf to viewthe class schedule.
Cumberland County College Summer Academy
for Kids, Office of Professional & Community
Education, 3322 College Drive, Vineland, 856-
691-8600, ext. 345.
DIBIASE DAY CARE opened its doors in
1989 to more than 120 children, aged new-
born to four. Responding to a need in the
community, DiBiase has evolved from an
infant and toddler day care center to a full-
fledged preschool educational program,
employing a fully certified teaching staff.
The summer day camp at DiBiase, for
ages five to eight, includes theme-based
activities and crafts, field trips, water games,
organized sports and lots more indoor and
outdoor fun. Call for schedule and fees.
DiBiase Daycare, 2040 E. Oak Road, Vineland,
856-691-2780, contact@dibiaseschool.com.
THE ELLISON SCHOOL
Ellison Explorers and Little Explorers
Summer Camps include eight weeks of
theme-based activities combining fun and
learning with the added bonus of many
special guests and exciting field trips. This
year's themes include Gold Rush, Around
the World Week, Become an E-CSI, Sea
Creatures and Ocean Adventures, Center
Stage, The Great Outdoors, Silly Science
and Advanced Robotics, and Time
Travelers. Some special guests include a
real rodeo cowboy who will teach the kids
how to rope a bull and perform roping
tricks, Appel Farm actors, the CSI unit from
Cumberland County, and local musicians. A
sampling of field trips include days at
Adventure Aquarium, Cape May Point,
Magnolia Hill Studios, Garden State
Discovery Museum, and Nifty Fifty. They’ll
even walk the plank of a real pirate ship.
Ellison Explorers is open to campers in
Kindergarten through sixth grade. Little
Explorers begin at age 2 and go through
preschool. All programming is age specific.
Tuition is $185 per full week, with part-
time options available. Early morning and
late afternoon care is provided free of
charge. For more information, visit
www.ellisonschool.org (enrollment sec-
tion), or call 856-691-1734.
The Ellison School, 1017 South Spring Rd.,
Vineland, 856-691-1734.
LITTLE LAMB PRESCHOOL will offer a
seven-week “hands-on summer camp” for
your active child. “Be Active With Us This
Summer” is their motto. Summer Camp
runs July 3 through August 17. They offer
three age-appropriate programs: Wee
Lambs (2-year-olds), Little Lambs
(preschoolers) and Keeners Kids Active
Club (6- to 7-year-olds). All programs will
have “specials,” like pony rides, ice cream
truck, craft time, water days, bike or trike
days, and special visitors (fire department,
magician, etc.). Children will enjoy play-
ing on two different playgrounds on the
property. The staff consists of certified
teachers and preschool para-professionals
working together to implement an “active
theme,” such as Circus Week,
Transportation, By the Sea. Little Lamb
Preschool has picnic tables, birdfeeders,
and a tomato garden for the summer.
Little Lamb looks forward to serving
Vineland families and the surrounding
communities. They accept all children
during the summer. Registration is during
the months of April and May. Call or email
LittleLambps@aol.com for information.
Little Lamb Preschools, 1005 East Wheat Road,
Vineland, 856-692-5390.
MAGNOLIA HILL STUDIOS
Magnolia Hill, a place of whimsy, provides
a year-round haven for the arts in a busy,
cluttered world. Unique summer art and/or
dance workshops are offered for students
of all ages beginning at 2 years old.
Workshops focus on creativity, art-making,
and discovery with a touch of nature, histo-
ry, and literature. Dance classes provide
classical instruction in technique and intro-
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Fairie Club...fairies, gnomes and woodland adventure
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YI'S KARATE OF VINELAND
Students of Yi’s Karate of Vineland learn
and practice the martial art of Tang Soo Do
(Traditional Korean Karate), under the
instruction of 5th Degree Black Belt,
Master Chuck Vertolli.
Yi’s teaching of Tang Soo Do is very tra-
ditional and requires respect, self-disci-
pline, and perseverance. Through training,
students work to improve their body, mind,
and spirit and realize the numerous bene-
fits of martial arts training, such as better
focus and concentration, strength and flexi-
bility, balance and control, self-esteem and
confidence, respect for self and others, and
peace of mind, as well as self-defense.
Yi’s Karate of Vineland has programs
for children beginning at four years old.
Yi’s is certified by the International
Martial Arts Association, and as such
members of their Tang Soo Do programs
enjoy international certification and are
able to participate in several Tournaments
throughout the year.
Yi’s Karate of Vineland, 3722 E Landis Ave. # G,
Vineland, 856-405-0008,
www.vinelandmartialarts.com.
YMCA OF VINELAND
YMCA summer camps are open to anyone
who purchases a programmembership for
$13. Four camping groups are divided by age
Mini Me (three to five); Camp Hiawatha (six
to eight); Camp Merrywood (nine to fifteen;
includes roundtrip transportation fromthe
Y). For $20 per week, before and after-camp
care is available. The camp day runs from9
a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Situated on an 80-acre site in Pittsgrove,
Camp Merrywood encourages socialization
among pre-teens and teenagers while learn-
ing newskills and enjoying nature—cell
phones and electronic items are prohibited.
Camper activities include a newly
refurbished mini-golf course, arts and
crafts, hiking, swimming, biking, archery
and zip line.
Two groups—aged six to eight, or nine to
15—may also choose one of 12 different
weekly YMCA Sports Camps. Each sport
emphasizes the rules, techniques, drills and
sportsmanlike conduct. Other specialty
camps offered are Firefighter Camp, led by
Vineland firefighters; Cooking Camp; and
Performing Arts Camp.
Plan to attend Camp Merrywood’s open
house from9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 19 at
1249 Jesse Bridge Rd., Pittsgrove. Meet the
staff, explore the camp and enjoy food,
games and a nature hike. Theresa Booth,
senior programdirector for child-caring
camp, states the YMCA camps received
American Camping Association (ACA)
accreditation in October 2010.
Camp dates are June 18 to August 24.
Weekly tuition is $140 for Camp Mini-Me,
Hiawatha, Merrywood; $145 for special
camps.
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4. A basic prize of $50.00 will be awarded
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Vintage Vineland { VINCE FARINACCIO }
European
Inspired
At what would become Sea Isle City, Landis
imagined a city akin to Venice, Italy.
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he June 1879 newspaper
announcement was simple and
straightforward. It read, “Charles
K. Landis, of Vineland, has been
granted a divorce on the ground of desertion.”
And with that, the town founder closed the
door on one chapter in his life and began
another.
Landis had grown restless by the end of
the decade, writing in his journal that he
“must do something.” He had turned his
attention to Cape May County and, accord-
ing to Jeffery M. Dorwart’s book Cape May
County, New Jersey: The Making of an
American Resort Community, had attempted
to thwart the monopoly the West Jersey
Railroad had in the area by establishing a
new rail system in the county. What stood in
his way, however, was raising the funds for
such an endeavor, and the project collapsed
before it really got started.
Landis then decided to follow the old
adage, “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em,” and
approached West Jersey Railroad heads
William Sewell and John C. Stevens about
helping to develop Sewell’s Point and
Poverty Beach, but as Dorwart reports, he
was rebuffed by the bosses.
Although nothing came of these plans,
they managed to draw Landis’s attention to
this shore area where a good amount of
property was waiting to be developed into
resort communities. In particular, the barrier
islands of the county were as inviting as the
land on which Landis and Richard Byrne
established Hammonton 20 years earlier.
Vineland’s founder set his sights on
Ludlam’s Beach and began doing what he
did best—designing a city. In this case, the
criteria differed from the agricultural com-
munities he had previously established and
even manufacturing would not be a consid-
eration as it had been in Vineland. Instead,
according to Dorwart, this new town would
become “what he called his ‘sanitary and art
city by the sea.”
With the establishment of Vineland,
Landis had envisioned an extremely wide
main avenue, tree-lined streets and farms
and vineyards surrounding a city that would
be filled with residents who had relocated
from other parts of the country to enjoy the
healthy climate and fertile soil of his creation.
His plans for Ludlam’s Beach, however,
were styled after the sites he witnessed on
his European trip five years earlier when
the idea for such a community may well
have been conceived.
According to Dorwart, Landis “prepared
sketches for the proposed city, complete with
a design for a protected harbor and a thou-
sand-foot wooden pier and pavilion. Landis
envisaged a seaside city with an elaborate
canal and drainage system and public baths
and fountains somewhat like Venice, Italy. He
wanted to build Italian-style piazzas and
public buildings decorated with Renaissance
artwork, sculpture, and statuary.”
The designs also included a grand hotel
that incorporated reading rooms as well as
“wide verandas.” Landis also considered the
area a prime location for a marine science
lab and approached the University of
Pennsylvania about establishing such a
research facility there.
Landis wasted no time in obtaining titles
to Ludlam’s Beach. His homework turned up
information that the Ludlam family, a promi-
nent Cape May County clan, had heirs who
had moved to the Midwest. Dorwart’s
research indicates that the Ludlams were a
landowning family who had significantly
increased their land holdings in the 18th
century through sheriff sales.
Landis sent his chief clerk, John L. Burk,
to Ohio and Illinois to visit with the Ludlams
as well as another New Jersey family, the
Edwards, to buy their share.
One member of the Ludlams who
remained local was Thomas E. Ludlam, who
is described by Dorwart as a “prominent
Dennis Township businessman.” Landis
made his acquaintance and soon surrounded
himself with a series of investors, like Philip
P. Baker, a Cumberland County legislator
and merchant from Vineland; Jonathan
Cone, whose steamboat traveled the route
from Cape May to Philadelphia; and John
Wright, a Camden County resident and heir
to the fortune held by the Cooper family.
Slowly, the pieces began to come together
to create a resort town that was based on
Landis’ vision. But there was still a substantial
amount of business waiting to be transacted
and technical details that needed attention
before this island would be transformed into
what current local residents and summer
vacationers refer to as Sea Isle City. I
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Vineland Honors Returning Vets
The City of Vineland would like to
honor returning soldiers who have served
in the military over the last 10 years in a
public recognition ceremony on the steps
of City Hall this spring. If you have been
back for some time and would like to be
included in this event, please call the
Mayor’s office at 856-794-4011. We will also
continue to present one-on-one recognition
in more private ceremonies in the Mayor’s
office if that is what the soldier prefers.
Since Privacy & Confidentiality laws
restrict information regarding returning
veterans, we are depending on the family
members of those veterans to notify us of
their return. The returning veteran will be
required to submit DD214.
Please contact Mimi Bernard in the
Mayor’s office at 794-4010 to register for
the recognition event or visit the website at
www.cityofvineland.org to fill out the form.
Go to the “Mayor’s Office,” and scroll down
to “Welcome Home Ceremony” form.
The Veterans Welcome Home
Committee is requesting donations from
the public for the reception after the cer-
emony to be held in the lobby of City
Hall. Contact Mimi Bernard at 856-794-
4011 to donate refreshments or to make a
monetary donation.
Senior Care Ministry
The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
has established a Worship Ministry at area
Senior Care Facilities. Michael J. Keyser,
coordinator of this ministry, leads the wor-
ship service. He is assisted by Sr. Pastor
Gary N. Stiegler and members of the
Redeemer congregation. This outreach to
residents provides residents with a reli-
gious experience at a time when they are
unable to attend regular services at their
respective places of worship.
Keyser began his ministry in Ohio
where he conducted worship services and
Bible studies at senior care facilities for
over seven years. He recently moved to the
area to be closer to family.
A graduate of Princeton University, this
retired healthcare financial consultant has
published four works of fiction and is cur-
rently writing a novel about ranch life in
the West. Keyser has three children and
eight grandchildren.
Serving more than 250 families in the
greater Vineland area, the church is located
at 2384 E. Landis Avenue, Vineland,
between Spring and Brewster roads.
For more information call 856-691-4278.
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value” to be shown at the
Vineland Birthday Celebration
Month Exhibit running August
1 through August 31 at the
Vineland Public Library!
Residents may submit a
photo to be juried for inclu-
sion in this 2nd annual event
celebrating Vineland locals
and events throughout our 151
year history. Acknowledging
Vineland’s August 8, 1861
birthday, local artists are free
to enter their artistic represen-
tation of Vineland history on
canvas or via art photography.
But, talent with camera and paint is not
all one needs to place an item on exhibit
during the August show. If you have a fami-
ly photo with unique features that tell an
interesting story about Vineland or
Vineland residents, you are encouraged to
pick up a registration form at the Vineland
Public Library.
If selected, your photograph must be a
minimum of 8 x 10, matted, framed, and
wire hung. The photo must be captioned
with the story behind the photo relating to
an aspect of Vineland history. Original or
an enlarged/enhanced copy of the original
are accepted. The registration deadline is
July 14, and the ready to hang work must
be submitted by July 28.
For more information contact Kathryn
Ross at 856 205-9334.
Prescription Program Benefits
Patients and Local Business
The CompleteCare Health Network is
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patients afford their medications. By partic-
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CompleteCare is able to offer all of their
patients, regardless of income or insurance
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lower cost. Additionally, by partnering with
local, predominantly family-owned phar-
macies in the areas they serve, the organi-
zation is helping to keep those prescrip-
tions dollars in the community.
The 340B Drug Pricing Programresulted
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Section 340B limits the cost of covered out-
patient drugs to federally-qualified health
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estimated to be 20 percent to 50 percent
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Accessing the program is simple. All
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patients simply present their card when
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of savings varies and depends on the drug.
Since CompleteCare began offering the
340B program in 2010, it’s grown from
four participating pharmacies to 12.
Liliam Spieker and Anthony Esgro, co-owners
of Millville Family Pharmacy and Main
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the affordable medication program.
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are trying to collect 100’s of gently used
clothing to be donated to local shelters. The
girls will collect, wash and separate the
clothing for distribution. The clothing drive
will run through May 5, 2012. If you have
gently used clothing that you would like to
donate, call/text the Troop at 856-899-9880.
YMCA Sign-Ups Underway for
Spring II Classes
Community members are invited to par-
ticipate in Spring II classes at the Vineland
YMCA. Registrations are currently under-
way. This is for youth sports, adult exercise
classes, and family programs. These will
run from the week of April 23 through the
week of June 16. Classes will meet for eight
weeks during day or evening hours.
This session includes popular ongoing
offerings, such as Zumba and Spinning.
Among the new additions to the roster are
“Hoops for Boomers,” “Beginning Belly
Dance/Yoga Combo Class,” and
“Yoga/Pilates.” Youth sports range from
indoor dance and basketball to outdoor T-
ball and soccer.
Many parents appreciate the “Child
Watch While You Work Out” service at the
Y. This is available on weekdays from 8:30
a.m. until 12 noon, then again from 5:30 to
8:15 p.m. On Saturdays, it is available from
8:30 to 11 a.m. The fee is $1 per hour for
facility members and $1.75 per hour for
program members.
YMCA hours are 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Monday through Friday; Saturdays, 5 a.m.
to 6 p.m.; and Sundays, 11 a.m. till 6 p.m.
The Y is located at 1159 East Landis
Avenue, in Vineland. For more information,
visit the Y, call 856-691-0030, or see
www.vinelandymca.org. I
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Saturday, April 28, 2012
Rain or Shine
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Community Day
Fun for the whole family...
•Live music
•CSI DNA lab
•Rocket launching competition
•Health screenings
•Free chair massages
•Fantasy face painting
•Make pinch-pots & tiles with
CCC’s Clay College
•Art gallery displays
•Theatre games
•CCC’s Agriculture Department’s
spring bedding plant sale
Games, prizes, entertainment,
food & refreshments.
The first 200 to RSVP and attend this
FREE event will be entered to win a prize.
To RSVP, visit our website at
www.cccnj.edu/communityday
Questions?
Call 856/691-8600, ext. 465.
•Cooking demo with Chef Jeff
•College reps available to answer questions
•CCC grads? Meet our University
Partners for a BA or MA offered
on CCC’s campus
•Information for adult students
returning to college
•Information on School Counts! scholarships
•Tour our beautiful campus!
www.cccnj.edu
APRIL 17 THROUGH 21
Nightlife at Bennigan’s. 2196 W.
Landis Ave., Vineland, 205-0010. Karaoke
Thursdays with Bob Morgan, 9 p.m.-
close, $3 Heinekens, DJ/Dance Party
Fridays 9 p.m.-Close, $3 Coronas. All
Sports Packages: MLB Extra Innings, NBA
League Pass, NHL Center Ice, and NFL
Sunday Ticket. $3 23-oz. Coors Light &
$5 23-oz. Call for RSVP and information.
EVERY TUESDAY
Karaoke. The Cosmopolitan. 3513 S. Delsea
Dr,, Vineland. Come sing your heart out. 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. The Centerton
Country Club & Event Center, 1022
Almond Rd., Pittsgrove. 6–8 p.m. Magician
and sleight of hand illusionist Kevin
Bethea, performs his world-class magic.
APRIL 19 THROUGH 22
Fiddler on the Roof. Cumberland County
College, Fine and Performing Arts Center,
Sherman Ave. and College Dr., Vineland.
Thursday and Friday 8 p.m, Saturday at 2
and 8 p.m., Sunday, at 3 p.m CCC Theater
Arts presents the Tony award-winning
musical steeped with tradition and classic
songs. Presented by Broadway veteran
and award-winning Director Deborah
Bradshaw. Tickets: $12 for adults, $8 for
ages 55 and over and under 18. $5 for
CCC students with current ID. Maximum
two at this price. 856-692-8499.
APRIL 20 THROUGH 22
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.: Ten Eddy Drive. Sat.: DJ.
Nightlife at Old Oar House. Old Oar
House Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville,
293-1200. Wed.: Karaoke 9 p.m. Thurs.:
Danny Eyer Duo 9 p.m,. Fri.: Ravioli
Shanker 9 p.m., Sat.: DJ Little Mann 9 p.m.
SATURDAY, MAY 12
Celebrate the 2nd
Anniversary of The
Landis Theater: The
Manhattan Transfer.
Landis Theater, 830 E.
Landis Ave., Vineland.
Join Khaliah Ali, Teddy
Pendergrass, Jr., and
the Landis Theater
Foundation Board in
celebrating the 2nd
Anniversary of the
Landis Theater. This
special concert, sched-
uled for May 12 at 8:00 PM, features Grammy Award winning artists The
Manhattan Transfer. Tickets start at $45. A limited number of $100 tickets are
also available, which entitle the patron to select orchestra seats and a Post-
Concert Cocktail Reception with the Manhattan Transfer. For more information or
to purchase tickets, please visit our website at Landistheater.com, stop by our
Box Office at 830 E. Landis Avenue, or call 856-691-1121.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

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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.
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Funded by the Urban
Enterprise Program
This programis made possible in part by funds fromthe New
Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner
Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.
1-800-887-4957 • www.GlasstownArtsDistrict.com
Smart Phones: MillvilleApp.com
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art galleries and studios
50+
artists
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great places to eat
2
pubs with live entertainment
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retail shops with
goodies galore
It all adds up
to loads of fun!
April 20th
6 pm – till late
Millville’s Glasstown
Arts District
EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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 20
Kids Don’t Bounce. Big Apple Cafe, 528
North Harding Hwy. Buena, 856-697-5500.
Live music.
Hofenakus/Book Signing. Bogart’s
Bookstore. 210 N. High St., Millville. Free
admission. Guitar, upright bass, viola and
vocals. 7–10 p.m. Book signing with author
Kelly Varesio, Infectus, 6-8 p.m.
Adelante. The Gazebo@The Oar House,
123 N. High St., Millville, 293-0556. 7 and
8:15 p.m. Live music. www.glasstownarts-
district.com.
APRIL 20 AND 21
High School Musical. Landis Theater,
830 E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 7:30 p.m. both
nights plus 2 p.m. Saturday matinee. The
Woodland Drama Club presents, in collabora-
tion with MTI (Music Theatre International).
Tickets $14; purchase online at
Landistheater.com or by calling 691-1121.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21
Comedy Night: Joe Conklin. VHS
South, W. Chestnut Ave., Vineland. 7:30
p.m. A family-friendly fundraiser to benefit
the VHS football and tennis programs.
Performing will be radio personality Joe
Conklin, known for his for his impressions
of Barack Obama, Cole Hamels, and oth-
ers. Two other comedians also on the pro-
gram. Tickets $25. For more information,
or to order tickets, contact any member of
the football or boys tennis team or call
609-501-3340.
Reflections of the Rat Pack: Tony
Sands. St. Mary School, 735 Union Rd.,
Vineland. 7 p.m. His renditions of Sinatra’s
song stylings has caught the ear of audi-
ences. Dinner and show $40. Tickets can
be purchased by calling 856-691-7526.
4 Wheel Drive. Big Apple Cafe, 528 North
Harding Hwy., Buena, 856-697-5500. Live
music.
Jim Six. Bogart’s Bookstore. 210 N. High
St., Millville. Free admission. “Country-
tinged folk songs." 7–9 p.m.
MONDAY, APRIL 23
World Book Night. Bogart’s Bookstore.
210 N. High St., Millville. Celebrated
nationwide. Free new copies of The Brief
Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot
Diaz will be given out randomly to spread
the love of reading. 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
TUESDAY, APRIL 24
Cumberlads. Maurice House, 1719 W. Main
St., Millville. Men’s a capella chorus directed
by Gene Tubertini. 6:30 p.m. 825-0511.
SATURDAY APRIL 21
Milking the Rhino. Cumberland
County College, Guaracini Performing
Arts Center, Sherman Ave. and College
Dr., Vineland. 7 p.m. Documentary
examines the deepening conflict
between humans and animals in an
ever-shrinking world. It is the first major
documentary to explore wildlife conser-
vation from the perspective of people
who live with wild animals. Shot in
some of the world’s most magnificent
locales, it offers complex, intimate por-
traits of rural Africans at the forefront of
community-based conservation: a revo-
lution that is turning poachers into
preservationists and local people into
stewards of their land. Tickets: $5 for all
ages, free with coupon (request at Box
Office.) Film followed by question and
answer period with director. Movie web-
site www.milkingtherhino.org This event
made possible by the National
Endowment for the Arts Regional
Touring Program as part of the On
Screen/In Person Movie Series.
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Gabriel’s Horn { FRANK GABRIEL }
A Foodie’s New Outlook
Our food columnist returns 15 pounds lighter and
eager to make amends for past eating habits.
B
efore we were so rudely interrupt-
ed, I was telling you about my lat-
est epiphany—good word, that one,
one of my favorites, feel free to use
and claim it as your own—regarding food, life
and the delicate balance that exists therein.
The date was last December, seemingly
already a lifetime past. And, I am happy to
report, 15 pounds ago.
Faithful readers will recall my need for
hernia surgery just prior to Thanskgiving.
That, thankfully, went quite well.
Then there’s the rest of the story. In a
word: Diverticulitis.
A little lower intestinal tract gift that
keeps on giving. I’ll spare you the horrific
details, this being a family publication and
all. Suffice to say that this latest tap on the
shoulder from God wasn’t lost on yours truly.
My epic eating adventures—one former
publisher referred to me as an “intrepid
diner”—would require even further modifi-
cation. And yeah, we see you now reading
this, angrily hissing out something like
“Boo-hoo, the poor man ate too much food.
Will he cry now?”
Wish we could argue with you, but you
happen to be right.
However, in a country where obesity
now stands as our number one health hazard,
having replaced even cigarette smoking in
that ranking, there is a bizarre sense of uni-
versality to my message.
Like the old adage “Never trust a skinny
chef,” I suppose the same could be true of
food writers.
But let’s wander back on-message,
because there is a bright light at the end of
this tunnel, somewhere, I promise.
As I reflect back upon the stress, laziness
and just plain stupid decision-making that
resulted in my health issues, I now believe
that I know how to fix them.
I’ve developed, in the language of therapy-
speak, ‘coping skills.’ Where food is con-
cerned that begins, as I do most of my
mornings, with oatmeal.
Or more accurately, my latest obsession:
McCann’s Imported Quick and Easy Steel
Cut Irish Oatmeal. Firmly entrenched on the
oat bandwagon for almost a decade, we now
believe that the zenith has been achieved
with regular consumption of this stuff.
Smaller in size and resembling rounds of
cous-cous, these oats ain’t no joke.
Though they take a bit longer to cook
and are more cantankerous than others, the
taste and texture are a genuine reward.
Look, I’m not gonna lie to you. Most oat-
meal tastes and looks like, well, gruel. (I am
reminded of the famous breakfast hall scene
in Oliver, with the lead character plaintively
asking for “More please, sir?” Evidently oats
were not on the bill of fare that day.)
But add some fruit, like I do with prunes,
bananas or berries and you’ve got a real
breakfast. Or even just a spoon of sweet,
natural maple syrup, an incredibly versatile
ingredient that incidentally should have a
place in all of your refrigerators right now.
During my unintended absence, time, as
it is wont to do, has continued its inexorable
march. Tooling around the Vineland area
recently, we’ve spotted several food enter-
prises that we hope to be telling you more
about in the near future.
We visited one today, the Sao Paolo
Bakery on The Boulevard between Landis
and Wood streets. (This spot has a particu-
lar nostalgia for me, as my grandfather and
two of his brothers owned and operated a
service station at the corner of Wood Street
for most of the last century.)
Once within, we were quite impressed at
the wide array of both Spanish and Italian
baked goods. We purchased a nice soft loaf
of round bread and four large pastries for
the princely sum of five bucks. That alone
warrants a return. They also have a nascent
Mexican eatery, called SanBlas Restaurant,
open just three months right next door.
Then there is the spacious Italian market
just being completed on Route 40 in Buena
Vista Township. They look almost ready to
open, and when they are, we’ll be there too.
Just this week, longtime local landmark
The Savoy Inn has opened a massive out-
door facility called Luna's Outdoor Bar and
Grille at the Savoy. It promises light fare,
sushi, grilled items and live entertainment.
Finally, a good friend of ours has been rav-
ing about the new Double Eagle Saloon at
1477 Panther Road in Vineland since the time
of our disappearance late last year. The lively
sports bar, which most will remember as for-
merly Good Sports, now serves an array of
BBQ specialties, big burgers and craft beers.
It’s nice to be back. I
Opening day photos
of Luna’s, the new
outdoor dining hot
spot at Merighi’s
Savoy Inn taken on
Friday by Michele Low.
Opening day photos
of Luna’s, the new
outdoor dining hot
spot at Merighi’s
Savoy Inn taken on
Friday by Michele Low.
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reetings! During my week off for
spring break, I got quite a few
things accomplished that I had
put on the back burner. I enjoyed a few
outings, spent time with family and
friends, and, as usual, whipped up some
new recipes in my kitchen.
The “Almond Coated Chicken” in this
week’s column is one that I came up with
after finding some chicken tenderloins in
my freezer, and I just didn’t want the
same old chicken.
I decided to dip it into almond flour,
which I use in my baking, but I was all out
of it. However, I found some slivered
almonds in my freezer and made my own
almond flour by grinding them in the food
processor. Then I added favorite season-
ings, dredged the chicken into beaten
eggs, then into the seasoned almond flour,
drizzled with EVOO, baked them, and,
wow, did the chicken turn out tasty!
This recipe is a keeper in my house for
sure. Hope you give it a try, and enjoy it as
much as my family and I did.
Simple Asparagus Salad
30 stalks asparagus, washed, ends
trimmed and discarded, and steam
asparagus just until fork tender
2 lemons, juiced
2 tbs. apple cider vinegar
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
Sea salt, to taste
Black pepper, to taste
Once asparagus is steamed, drain and
dry the stalks before placing them in the
refrigerator to completely chill. In a small
bowl, mix together the lemon juice, vine-
gar, olive oil, salt, and pepper, and set
aside. Once asparagus is chilled place on a
serving dish and drizzle with the dressing.
Serve.
Almond Coated Chicken
10 - 12 boneless, skinless chicken
tenderloins
2 cups almond flour
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. onion powder
1/2 tsp. dried oregano
Sea salt, to taste
Black pepper, to taste
3 eggs, beaten
Extra virgin olive oil
Preheat oven to 400°. Grease a 9x13-
inch baking pan with non-stick olive oil
cooking spray, and set aside. In a bowl,
add the almond flour, Parmesan cheese
and seasonings, then set aside. Dredge the
chicken tenderloins into the beaten eggs,
then into the almond flour mixture until
well coated on both sides. Place the ten-
derloins in one layer onto the prepared
baking pan.
Drizzle the chicken lightly with extra
virgin olive oil and place pan into the
oven. Bake for 20 minutes, then remove
pan from oven, flip chicken and bake for
another 15-20 minutes, or until clear
juices flow when the chicken is pierced.
Serve.
As always, Bon Appetit! I
Lisa Ann is author of Seasoned With Love,
Treasured Recipes and Lisa Ann’s Seasoned
With Love II. Send recipes for publication to
lapd1991@aol.com or The Grapevine, 907 N.
Main Rd., Vineland, NJ 08360.
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Sponsored by Soup Kitchen of Vineland Auxiliary. All proceeds from the walk go to the Vineland
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Delsea Hosts National Speaker on Bullying
The Delsea Regional
School District hosted
nationally known speak-
er, Mr. John Halligan, at
a special program for
community members on
Thursday, March 1, as
well as for students on
Friday, March 2. His
presentation, “Ryan’s
Story,” was a dynamic
and powerful sharing of
his painful story about
his son’s bullying. His
story now educates oth-
ers so that bullying inci-
dents can be prevented from ruining more people’s lives.
Halligan’s son, Ryan, died due to suicide on October 7, 2003, after being bul-
lied by classmates at school and online, when he was 13 years old. Halligan’s
presentation included strategies for families and for students about how to deal
with bullying, cyber-bullying and teen depression.
From left: Anna Butterick, Kerry Hempel, John Halligan, and Sabia Conway.
Four More Appointed to
Sacred Heart Board
Sacred Heart High School Rector, Monsignor John
Burton, has announced four additional members to
the newly formed Board of Limited Jurisdiction, which
will oversee the local Catholic high school.
The four, all Vineland residents, are: Dr. Tom Dwyer,
President and CEO of Premier Orthopaedic
Associates; retired Dupont Corporation Engineer
Ernest O’Rourke Jr., a 1961 alumnus; former Sacred
Heart High School Advisory Board member Beth
(Pierantozzi) Catalana, a 1982 alumnus; and Victor
LaTorre Jr., a 1978 alumnus, also a former SHHS
Advisory Board member.
“We welcome these four extremely talented and
devoted individuals to the Board, and we’re pleased to
add their expertise and energies to our efforts,” said
Monsignor Burton. “They will each play integral roles,
as will our entire 11-member Board”, he concluded.
Appointees to the remaining three Board vacancies
are expected to be named within the next week.
Currently involved in a high-profile fundraising cam-
paign to cover a budget shortfall that threatened clo-
sure of the iconic local parochial high school at the
end of the 2011-12 school year, the Board is preparing
to tackle complex issues of
staff consolidation, admin-
istration, and academic
structure. The fundraising
objectives will assure finan-
cial viability for the school
through the 2015-16
academic year.
Top to bottom: Ernest
O’Rourke, Tom Dwyer, Victor
LaTorre, and Beth Catalana.
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Spring Clean-Up Day and Spring Planting Day are
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Main Street Vineland’s most endur-
ing beautification projects is our
two Planting Days—spring and fall. This
project, an initiative of our Design
Committee, is a particular favorite of mine
because it brings into play much of what a
good Main Street project should do:
• It helps to beautify our downtown—
particularly our mini-parks and other focal
points—making it more attractive to shop-
pers, visitors, and business owners alike.
• It also brings together volunteers—
not only from Main Street Vineland, but
also other area organizations, as well as
students and teachers from area schools.
This forges strong partnerships within the
community and also gives a cross-section
of volunteers the opportunity to rack up
some volunteer hours to qualify for the
Presidential Volunteer Service Award I
mentioned in a previous column.
This year’s Spring Planting Day will
take place, rain or shine, on Saturday, May
5, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at the mini-
parks at Landis Avenue and the
Boulevard. Depending on the number of
volunteers we have, we may also work at
some of the other focal points along
Landis Avenue, such as the pedestrian
alleyways. Though we will have some
tools and equipment available, we are rec-
ommending that you bring hand tools and
comfortable gardener’s gloves, if you have
them, so enough equipment will be on
hand. Ivy Acres of Vineland will be donat-
ing the flowers again this year.
This year, however, we are doing some-
thing a bit different. We would also like
you to be on hand the Saturday before
(April 28) for a Spring Clean-Up Day. This
will take place at the same times and the
same locations. After a long winter, the
mini-parks and other focal points will
need to be prepared for planting. Weeds,
unwanted brush, and trash will need to be
cleared away to leave the soil ready for the
flowers. So, we’ll need as many of you as
possible both days. After the work is done,
we’ll have pizza for you back at the Main
Street Vineland office.
***
We not only want people to come down
to look at beautiful flowers. We also want
people to shop downtown and think of our
many downtown businesses first. This part
of a broader “Keep It Local Campaign”
was started by our Promotions Committee
to make people aware of the many great
things to see and do downtown.
The kick-off date for the “Keep It Local
Wednesdays” campaign will be April 25 and
plenty of bargains, specials, and fun will be
in store. Your invitation to a wide variety of
Wednesday-only specials will be a free dis-
count card that will be available at the Main
Street Vineland office and at participating
merchants. These merchants will be dis-
playing a special decal. Their Wednesday
specials will be listed on the Main Street
Vineland website, so you can plan ahead.
Some special promotions and events
will be worked into the campaign. For the
April 25 kick-off a “Name Your Own
Price” promotion on great food will take
place at Luciano’s FreshMarket in Landis
MarketPlace. The popular “Lunch on
Landis” returns May 16 through 22, with
$8 lunch specials at participating restau-
rants. Also, a Downtown Sidewalk Sale is
being planned for Saturday, July 28. More
special events may be offered through
August. Pick up your discount card and
join in the fun! I
For more information on Main Street
Vineland, visit 603 E. Landis Ave., call
794-8653, visit www.mainstreetvineland.org,
or check them out on Facebook.
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See bald eagles, red-bellied turtles,
kingfishers, and a variety of plants and
habitats, as the Citizens United to Protect
the Maurice River (CU) holds events
along the Riverwalk in Waltman Park,
Millville. The leaders of these walks have
a great time sharing the unexpected mar-
vels of this urban oasis.
The April walks are perfectly timed for
the arrival of migratory songbirds, and
some great emerging plant life. The April
walk start at Waltman Park near the pond
on Saturday, April 21 at 9:30 a.m. and then
again on Tuesday, April 24 at 9 a.m. Great
for the entire family, no reservations are
necessary, just an enthusiasm for the great
out-of-doors.
Also of note, CU Board of Trustees
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Foundation's annual Women and Wildlife
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training/accreditation courses continue
in March and are held weekly until the
end of May. Each three-hour course is
open to the public for a fee of $20,
which includes intensive topic training,
handouts, and refreshments.
The courses are as follows:
• April 24—Pesticides: What You
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• May 8, 2012—Mosquitoes and
Ticks
• May 15, 2012—Herbaceous Plants
• May 22, 2012—Propagation
All classes run from 9 a.m until 12
noon and are held at Rutgers
Cooperative Extension Education
Center, 291 Morton Ave., Rosenhayn.
For further information or to register
for a session, call 451-2800, ext. 4.
And please visit their tables at the
Eco Fair at WheatonArts on Saturday,
May 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. They will
have a Children’s Table with activities
centered around the theme “Growing
Your Way To A Better You” and lots of
prizes for participants. Children will
also have the chance to plant their
very own salad bowl with lettuce
plugs. Also, the group will be selling
our many vegetable and flowering
plants. Come learn more about the
Cumberland County Master Gardeners
in person at this fun event.
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some prime spring birding.
Peaslee is a vast area, so
please RSVP so that CU can
supply details about the per-
fect meeting place, which is
currently undetermined.
Also, on Wednesday,
May 2, Laurie Pettigrew
will lead a birding trip at
Heislerville/Matts Landing
at 8 a.m., where shorebirds
congregate by the thou-
sands. Please RSVP for the
trips to Lillian.armstrong@
cumauriceriver.org or 856-
305-3238.
Then mark your calendar
for the CU Down Jersey
Dinner Dance at the
Greenview Inn at Eastlyn
Golf Course on Saturday, June 30. Tickets
are now available for $75 per person for a
great dinner, live music and dancing.
Make your reservation at
cureservations@gmail.com
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Cherry Tree”
“America's Favorite Cherry Tree,” an
online poll launched in January by the
Arbor Day Foundation and the National
Cherry Blossom Festival, will conclude on
Friday, April 27.
“America's Favorite Cherry Tree” is live
at arborday.org/cherryvote and allows par-
ticipants to cast their vote for one of three
finalists: the Yoshino, Kwanzan, or Autumn
Flowering Cherry Tree. Participants can
also purchase from among a collection of
individual cherry trees suitable for their
own backyard and climate, with a portion
of every sale benefiting the National
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“Community Open House” produced
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environment and practice eco friend-
ly living. Dozens of environmentally
minded vendors and community
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crafts for children, exhibits, nursery
stock, herbs, flowers, entertainment,
food and refreshments.
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part of river travelled is between the
Peek Preserve and the Maurice River
bluffs. Cruises run at 10 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. on Saturdays and 1:30 p.m. on
Sundays. The trips are being run on
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the Foundation and its programs can be
found at arborday.org.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival
is the nation’s greatest springtime celebra-
tion. The 2012 Festival, March 20 through
April 27, includes five spectacular weeks
of events and features diverse and creative
programming promoting traditional and
contemporary arts and culture, natural
beauty and community spirit. I
The Countryside
Garden Club held
its April meeting
at the Millville
Public Library on
Thursday, April 5.
Garden club
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HAPPENINGS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
Volunteer Information and
Networking Event (VINE). Bain's Deli,
636 E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 5:30–7 p.m.
Vineland Downtown Improvement
District/Main Street Vineland's event for
those interested in finding out more about
the organization and signing up as a vol-
unteer. RSVP by Friday, April 13.
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 mem-
bers. $10 / non-member.
THURSDAY, APRIL 19
Yom HaShoah (Holocaust
Remembrance Day. The ceremony,
sponsored by the Jewish Federation of
Cumberland, Gloucester & Salem
Counties, will include a service, at 5:30
p.m., at the Wall of Remembrance, at
Alliance Cemetery in Norma, and a pro-
gram at 6:30 p.m. at Beth Israel
Congregation, 1015 E. Park Ave., Vineland.
Miles Lerman Holocaust Education Award
will be presented to Morris Indyg.
FRIDAY, APRIL 20
Club Birthday CelebrationLuncheon.
Millville Public Library, Buck St., Millville.
6 p.m. To celebrate National Library Week
the Millville Woman's Club's Literature
Club will be hosting the program.
Featured author is former Millville resi-
dent Bryan Christy. His book, The Lizard
King, will be available for purchase. 856-
327-2790.
SJH Senior Class Luncheon. SJH
Fitness Connection, 1430 W. Sherman
Ave., Vineland. 12 noon. Enjoy an educa-
tional luncheon with fellow senior citizens.
This month’s guest speaker will present
on “Your Diabetic Diet and You.” Cost: $6
per person or $10 per couple. 575-4214.
Breakfast Workshop. Cumberland
County College, Luciano Center, Vineland.
7:45–10 a.m. The Human Resource
Association of So. NJ (HRA) is hosting a
workshop for all local businesses about
the new National Labor Relations Board
(NLRB) posting requirement effective
4/30 and information regarding new rules
and regulations issued by the NLRB. $20
per person and if pre-registered includes a
breakfast buffet. Workshop is pre-
approved for 1.5 HRCI credits. RSVP to
856-391-1213.
All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet.
Evening Star Lodge #97 F.&A.M., 325 S.
Main St., Cedarville (by the lake). 7–11
a.m. $6 pp. Scrambled eggs, pancakes,
sausage, bacon, home fries, gravy, toast.
856-498-5944.
Mom's Night Out. Dane Barse
Elementary School, 240 S. Orchard Rd.,
Vineland. 6:30–8 p.m. The school’s PTO
hosts.
Casino Night. Vineland Public Library,
1058 E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 7–10 p.m.
Professional dealers, blackjack, roulette,
craps, poker, money wheel. Prizes,
50/50, cash bar. $45 (includes $25 of
play money, hor d’oeuvres, soft drinks).
Proceeds benefit Capital Improvement
Campaign. 794-4244.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21
Earth Day Celebration. Compass
Academy Charter School, 2384 E.
Landis Ave., Vineland. 10 a.m–noon.
Food, fun, and activities. Families living
in Millville, Pittsgrove, and Vineland
looking for a new school are invited.
856-405-5395.
Girls Night Out. First Assembly of God,
1700 Wheaton Ave., Millville. 7 p.m. A
community event designed specifically for
women. The featured speaker/artist is ilon-
ka. Tickets $10 or four for $30 and can be
purchased at the door.
YMCA Yard Sale. 1159 E. Landis Ave.,
Vineland. Proceeds will support the Y’s
Annual Giving Campaign, which helps
make Y programs available to local resi-
dents of all ages, strengthening our
community. 691-0030, ext. 304.
Fundraising Dinner for Donald
“Anthony” Carter. Ramoth Church, 2725
N. Delsea Dr., Vineland. 6–9 p.m. Food
and dancing, 50/50 raffle, Chinese auc-
tion. Tickets $25. Proceeds benefit
Anthony’s trip to 2012 National Youth
Leadership Forum on Medicine. 609-774-
4042.
Spring Story Hour and Craft. The
Millville Public Library, 210 Buck St.,
Millville. 1:30 p.m. Find out what happens
in the Classic Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies,
and paint a flower suncatcher for your
spring window. All library programs are
free. Register at 856-825-7087, ext. 12.
SUNDAY, APRIL 22
Relay for Life Cut-a-Thon. Todayz
Trendz, 715 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland. 11
a.m.–4 p.m. Door prizes and refresh-
ments. Proceeds benefit ACS Relay for
Life’s Team Eddie’s “Dream” Weavers.
691-4440.
Mother, Daughter and Friend
Breakfast. St. Padre Pio Parish, Rosary
Hall, Cornucopia and Dante Aves.,
Vineland. Altar Rosary Society is hosting
following 9 a.m. Mass. Guest speaker will
be Sami Abate of the South Jersey
Healthcare System. $10 per person, all
are welcome. Pre-register ASAP at 692-
9092.
MONDAY, APRIL 23
Five Secrets to Permanent Weight
Loss. CrepeMaker, Sixth and Landis Ave.,
Vineland. 1–2 p.m. Dr. Cooper, DC, from
the Foundation for Wellness Professionals,
will speak on how to lose weight without
drugs or “dieting.” Limited to 20 regis-
tered. 691-1313.
TUESDAY, APRIL 24
Town Council Meeting. Council
Chambers, City Hall, Vineland. 7:30 p.m.
Formal official action may be taken at such
meetings on any and all business involving
The City of Vineland. Pre-meeting confer-
ences at 7 p.m., at the Council Caucus
Room, City Hall. No formal official action
shall be taken at any such pre-meeting
conference.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
VRDC Dinner Fashion Show.
Merighi’s Savoy Inn, Union Rd. and
Landis Ave., Vineland. 6 p.m. The
Vineland Regional Dance Company
(VRDC) is holding its 32nd Annual
Dinner Fashion Show entitled “Fashion
Forward.” Full-course dinner, dessert,
a cash bar, fabulous fashions, and
entertainment by the VRDC dancers.
Tickets $40 per person in advance
only by calling the VRDC at 856-691-
6059 or by visiting www.vrdc.org.
Pictured Back Row, from Left:
Kristi Jackson (Millville), Mia Klekos
(Vineland), Marialena Melillo (Vineland),
Julia Martini (Vineland), Laura Schwegel
(Vineland). Middle: Claire Zabielski
(Vineland), Melissa Carabrese (Vineland),
Gwen Baraniecki Zwil (Bridgeton).
Front: Carlina Filluzzi (Vineland),
Spencer Wetherington (Bridgeton).
PHOTO BY CJ KANE
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SPORTS HAPPENINGS
FRIDAY, APRIL 20
Greater Bridgeton Area Sports Frolic.
Gia’s Catering, 36 Mulford Drive, Bridgeton.
6:30 p.m. $30, includes buffet dinner and
dessert. This event honors volunteers from
various sports organizations, including
Bridgeton City League Basketball, Bridgeton
Invitational Tournament, Bridgeton Little
League, North Cumberland Little League,
and many more. Also being recognized: #1
Fan Award. Proceeds benefit Bridgeton
Midget Football League and Salvy Blandino
Field - Stadium Construction. For more
info., call 453-7395 or 451-7751.
SUNDAY, APRIL 22
Rainbow Squares Square Dancing
Lessons. Milmay Fire Hall, 225 Broad St.,
at the intersection of Rts. 552 & 557,
Milmay. 7 p.m. Weekly line dnacing les-
sons begin on this date. Lessons on April
22nd are free and taught by Ralph Trout.
For more information, call 697-4355.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
CCC Alumni 5K Run and Campus
Walk. Cumberland County College, 3322
College Drive, Millville, 9 a.m. Proceeds
from this event will enable the CCC
Alumni Association to help provide an
affordable education to all Cumberland
County residents. Participants can register
online at www.lmsports.com, or may log
onto www.cccnj.edu to download the mail-
in registration brochure. For more informa-
tion, email mwarren@cccnj.edu or call
856-691-8600 ext. 390.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
VHS Alumni Baseball Game and
Barbeque. DiTomo Athletic Complex,
Vineland High School, 2880 E. Chestnut
Ave., Vineland, 1 p.m. $20 entry fee, which
includes a t-shirt and baseball hat. The first
annual VHS Alumni Baseball game, this
event is open to those who graduated from
VHS at least 10 years ago. Participating
alumni must bring their own glove. Alumni
should plan to arrive at the field by 11:30
am to sign in and pick up alumni shirt and
hat. Batting practice for alumni begins at
noon. To participate, contact coach
Malatesta at jmalatesta@vineland.org.
SATURDAY, MAY 19
3rd Annual Walk 4 Josh. Parvin State
Park, Thundergust Picnic Area, Pittsgrove,
10 a.m. All proceeds benefit the oncology
unit in Dupont Hospital of DE. Children’s
games and prizes for playing games,
inflatable bouncer, Chinese auction, hot
dogs & cold drinks, bake sale, live band,
face painting. Walk registration starts at 10
am. Group pictures for participants are at
1 pm. Also collecting soda tabs for Ronald
McDonald House of DE. For more info.,
email Karenbateman84@yahoo.com
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HEALTHY KIDS DAY
Saturday, April 28th from 10am - 12:30pm– Community
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Come out for a day of activities, information and fun!
In celebration of our 85th Anniversary, the first 85 children will
receive a free Healthy Kids Day t-shirt!
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The Dream Foundation is again sponsoring a "Run for Michael" (5K Run
and 1K Walk) on May 20 at the Bellview Winery in Landisville to raise funds to
help families with children facing serious illnesses or other crises. One of the
beneficiaries is Michael Barner, 13, a 7th grade Rossi Middle School student
diagnosed with a rare and severe bone marrow disease called aplastic anemia
three years ago. The race begins at 10 a.m. Registration begins at 8 a.m.
Proceeds from the event will also be used by the Dream Foundation to
help families in the Delaware Valley burdened by overwhelming medical
bills. A portion of the money raised will be donated to fund research
through the Aplastic Anemia Foundation.
In addition to the race, the event will feature entertainment, vendors,
feather hair extensions, and wine tasting for adults. Advisors of school clubs
who would like to have students perform at the event should contact Roslyn
Wright at 297-8927 or email her at rosmwright@yahoo.com. Vendors are still
needed. For information, call 491-8389.
To register for the race, visit http://www.active.com. For the event, enter
Dream Foundation Run for Michael. If you register online before May 11, the
fee is $20. After that date the fee is $25. Children under age 14 are free.
The Vineland(NJ) High School
Class of 1967 will host its 45th
Class Reunion on June 23, at the
Greenview Inn in Vineland, at 7 p.m
until midnight. Cost is $50 per per-
son, which includes an extensive
hot and cold hors d'oeuvres and
dessert table, coffee, tea and soft
drinks. There will be a cash bar.
Music will also be provided.
The reunion committee is cur-
rently trying to locate some class
members. If you know of someone
who has not received an invitation,
please send an email to cham-
phera@comcast.net. The class also
operates a Face Book Page under
Vineland HS Class of 1967. The
committee plans to acknowledge
and honor classmates who have
passed away, so that information
would also be received at the email
or Face Book sites. The committee
would like to complete registration
by May 21.
The Vineland High School Class of
1977 will be hosting is 35th class
reunion on Saturday, July 28, at
the Greenview Inn. For more infor-
mation and to submit address
changes, contact Lisa (Leonardo)
Tobolski at Tobski5@comcast.net
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BRIDGETON
4 Manheim Ave. & C., Nicholas L
Papadeas to Jesus Luna on 2/17/12 for
$100,000
403 Irving Ave., Victoria L Konschak (Ind.
Exec.) to Abel Martinez on 2/22/12 for
$112,500
88 York St., Anthony Peterson to Vincent J
Parenti, Sr. on 2/24/12 for $30,000
370 N Laurel St., Anthony Peterson to
Vincent J Parenti, Sr. on 2/24/12 for
$31,000
31 Columbus Ave., Caralene L Martin to
Robert C Thompson on 2/28/12 for
$25,000
23 Elmer St., Vincent J Parenti, Sr. to Gary
C Davy on 2/28/12 for $35,000
COMMERCIAL TWP
255 Beaver Dr., Michael P Gray to Evelyn
Stergiou on 2/23/12 for $30,000
9562 Highland St., Thomas B Kates, Jr. to
Robert C Curry on 2/27/12 for $169,900
DEERFIELD TWP
522 Morton Ave., Martin Heller to Newco
Postal LLC on 2/17/12 for $182,000
788 Maple St., William Ruck to Boland
Construction LLC on 2/21/12 for $26,500
564 Landis Ave., Marie A Trout (Ind. P.
Rep.) to Muriel Prato on 2/22/12 for
$81,000
FAIRFIELD TWP
30 Main St., Kay Ballinger to Michael G
Schools on 2/17/12 for $118,000
HOPEWELL TWP
390 West Park Dr., Lance W Hayes to
Vincent Straub, Jr. on 2/17/12 for $168,000
18 Crestridge Dr., Frank M Hankins, Jr. to
Robert D Fischer on 2/24/12 for $52,000
331 Diament Rd., Barbara Ellen Newkirk
(Ind. Exec.) to Dale L Newkirk on 2/29/12
for $43,750
391 Old Cohansey Rd., David W Vanmeter
(Ind. Exec.) to Rusty L Baitinger on
2/29/12 for $50,000
LAWRENCE TWP
Thompson Rd., John J Formicola to Nature
Conservancy on 2/16/12 for $346,150
MILLVILLE
421 Caroline Ln., Folkstone Properties LLC
to Janita Hutchinson on 2/21/12 for
$172,900
859 Shewchenko Ave., William L Jozefyk
to Veronica J Chainey on 2/22/12 for
$139,900
45 Porecca Dr., David J Fiamingo to David
Ayars on 2/23/12 for $139,900
929 Carmel Rd., Francis P Tayvinsky to
Carmine Delvicario on 2/23/12 for
$168,000
214 S 3rd St., Cynthia J Corneal (Pers.
Rep.) to Ewarton Enterprises Inc. on
2/24/12 for $32,000
222 High St., Roc-Bo Holdings LLC to
DiMaria Food & Beverage LLC on 2/29/12
for $178,000
STOW CREEK TWP
26 Geisinger Ave., Jessie M Wible Heibel
to John Butschky on 2/22/12 for $245,000
VINELAND
2056 Venezia Ave., Spring Hollow No. 1
LLC to NVR Inc. (DBA) on 2/16/12 for
$79,750
664 W Walnut Rd., James Rios to Alvardo
Miguel Perez on 2/17/12 for $35,500
426 Sheridan Ave., Ran Properties LLC to
Josephine White on 2/17/12 for $50,000
143 Grape St., Reymundo Rodriguez to
H&C Realty LLC on 2/17/12 for $75,000
1440 N Maple Ave., Coucill D LLC to
Cynthia L Cruz on 2/17/12 for $145,000
2102 E Oak Rd. M1, NVR Inc. (DBA) to
Edward T Santiago on 2/21/12 for $70,834
823 Almond St., Margaret May Ruiz to
Hector Acevedo on 2/22/12 for $57,000
62 West Laurel St., Wendi J Wolfe (Exec.)
to Martha V Ramirez on 2/22/12 for
$144,000
809 Cypress Ave., John E Walsh to Diana
M Pitman on 2/22/12 for $147,685
1502 Fela Dr., Jefferey M Butterworth to
Audra Saunders on 2/22/12 for $197,500
2535 Meade Dr., RPJ Properties LLC to
Barbara A Scott on 2/22/12 for $205,500
1365 N Maple Ave., Coba Inc. to Mario
Ruiz-Mesa on 2/23/12 for $75,000
1450 E Washington St., Sergei Karpenko
to Raul Pabon on 2/23/12 for $149,900
1164 Riviera Blvd., Marc Stein to David
Epstein on 2/23/12 for $276,000
2513 Barry Dr., Regina Golestaneh to
Maryam Nassiri on 2/24/12 for $94,000
735 S Main Rd. Unit 43, Michael J Longini
to Joan Hyde on 2/27/12 for $94,500
1613 Caitlin Dr., Moses Bermudez to
Grabiel Morales on 2/27/12 for $135,000
2102 E Oak Rd. C4, NVR Inc. (DBA) to
Rosaleen Chavez on 2/27/12 for $186,157
1328 Venezia Ave., Mario G Slimmer, Jr. to
Jennifer Katrina LaTorre on 2/27/12 for
$189,333
1736 Magnolia Rd., Carol J Paola to Kevin
T Martinelli on 2/27/12 for $199,000
684 W Forest Grove Rd., Gloria V Ebner to
Gerald J Ebner, Jr. on 2/28/12 for $38,000
3011 Starlet Dr., George Moore to Yevgeniy
F Pikulik on 2/29/12 for $139,900
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
The following transactions of $20,000 or more were filed with Cumberland County in
the month of February 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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Saturday 4/21 and Sunday
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Vineland! April 21-! Tons
of housewares, children's
clothes and general
items. Intsct of Lincoln
and Spring. Follow the
signs through Spring
Hollow.
Matching 24” tall cut glass
lamps with white shades
and nightlight base.
Excellent condition. $85
for pair. 856-691-1552.
Hospital bed, like new,
motorized positions, com-
plete and clean. Asking
$300 OBO. Please call 856-
691-9275 or 856-305-2400.
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.
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.
Looking for people who
want to make extra money!
Free training videos online
& live daily conference
calls! For info go to
www.unlimitedprofits.me.
BUSH AND TREE TRIM-
MING, SNOW, LEAF, TREE
AND STUMP REMOVAL,
GUTTERS/BASEMENT
CLEAN-OUTS, MOWING,
FIREWOOD SALES.
VINELAND/MILLVILLE
AREA. 856-305-0194
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.
YMCA Yard Sale.
Saturday, April 21, 8
am to 1 pm.
Benefitting our
ANNUAL GIVING
CAMPAIGN. Sale at
1159 East Landis Ave.,
Vineland.
East Park Avenue
Apartments. 2 bed-
room, $875/mo.
Includes heat. No
pets. Credit and back-
ground checks.
Vineland. 856-696-
9045.
For Sale: Beautiful
custom made solid
oak corner piece
entertainment unit.
Unit is in mint condi-
tion. Entertainment
system includes
space for television,
and, above the televi-
sion, there is plenty
of storage for a
stereo and a DVD
player. There are also
two additional side
compartments for
storing CDs or DVDs.
Located below are
two drawers for stor-
age as well. Call
Mike. 856-237-7770
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:
· Master’s Degree
· N. J. Principal Certification or an equivalent certificate
· N. J. Teacher’s 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
Send resume to:
“Head of School,” Christ the Good Shepherd Parish,
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
Erica Beauty Salon
now hiring experienced
cosmetologists. Need
to start asap.
Call Jessie at
856-507-9500
Affordable! Home
repairs and clean-
ups. Hunny-do. Get
your hunny-do list
done! Free estimates.
856-466-5903, 856-
466-5803, or 856-
692-7575 at home.
Help Wanted
Home
Improvement
Landscaping
Moving Sale
HELP WANTED
Services
Bikes Wanted
For Rent
Yard Sale
We Buy
Used Vehicles!
See Lenny Campbell See Lenny Campbell
808 N. Pearl St., Bridgeton NJ
(856) 451-0095
Claudia Carozza
Member of the National
Tutoring Association
1-888-592-9307
Live Online Tutoring/Email Tutoring/Homework Help
SAT Test Prep/Homeschooling for Grades K-12
Language Arts, English, Writing, Reading, Social Studies, Science, Elementary & Middle School Math
claudia@alphaplustutoring.com • www.alphaplustutoring.com
Dog Grooming
Items Wanted
Math Tutor: Will tutor
pre-alg., Alg. I,
Geometry, Alg. II. 11
years experience
teaching. Will help
with midterms $25
per hour. Call Valerie.
856-691-8815
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