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I N S I D E : PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE: PG. 8 • CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWSLETTER • RECIPE CORNER
The Grapevine salutes car lovers and cruisers
everywhere in this Commemorative Cruise
Down Memory Lane edition.
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because of their passion for cars. They have been involved
in car cruises and specifically Vineland’s Cruise Down Memory
Lane, in one way or another, for all 21 years of its existence.
“Memory Lane” translates to Landis Avenue, where cruising
As a group, they represent the zenith of Landis Avenue
cruisin’—from the early ’60s until the early ’70s. They’re now
in their mid-60s and most remain car guys, taking beautiful
classic vehicles to modern-day cruises and shows. Many are
friends; some have been close since childhood. They’re a
proud group and bursting with memories. Here are their
stories, culled from interviews conducted over the last week.
Some words are paraphrased.
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Cruisers Remember The Avenue
{ COMPILED BY MICKEY BRANDT }
Cruising the Avenue...A Long Tradition.....................................................9
All About the Cars ....................................................................................10
Cruisin’ for Great Eats..............................................................................16
[American] Grafitti Returns .....................................................................17
I Grew Up in Vineland [cruisin’ memories shared on Facebook]..........18
Entertainment on the Avenue..................................................................19
Car Care Business Profiles......................................................................20
Mike Gould with the 1939 Ford Coupe he takes to cruises.
PHOTO: MICKEY BRANDT
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News in Brief I
Police Launch National Tip-
411 Anonymous Text Program
The Vineland Police Department is
launching tip411, an internet based tool
that enables the public to text message an
anonymous tip to police, and lets the
police respond back creating a two way
anonymous “chat.”
Reserved exclusively for Public Safety
purposes and powered by Citizen
Observer, a St. Paul MN company, tip411
puts a powerful new crime fighting tool
into the hands of the community for all
ages and demographics.
Anyone with a cell phone can now send
an anonymous tip to the Vineland Police
Department by texting the word VPDTIP
and the tip information to 847411 (tip411).
Anonymous web tips can also be sub-
mitted right from the Police Departments
website at http://www.vinelandcity.org.
It’s 100 percent anonymous, as Citizen
Observer’s technology removes all identi-
fying information before the Police
Department sees it so there’s no way to
identify the sender. This capability is a
new paradigm for creating safer commu-
nities—especially in reaching out to a
younger age demographic.
When someone feels afraid to come
forward, or simply feels like they don’t
want to get involved—this can be a great
way to pass information on without fear
of retribution.
Cumberland County Clerk
Extends Hours
Cumberland County Clerk Gloria Noto
has announced that her office will once
again begin offering extended hours for
the convenience of the public.
Beginning Tuesday, June 12, the
Cumberland County Clerk’s Office will be
open until 6:30 p.m. on the second and
fourth Tuesday of each month. The
Cumberland County Court House is
already open for other purposes; so there
will be no added expenses for security.
The Clerk’s professional staff will “stag-
ger” their hours so no burden of overtime
expense will be passed onto taxpayers.
“I am so pleased that once again we
will be able to offer ‘late hours’ so that
clients who have difficulty visiting during
regular business hours can be accommo-
dated, at no additional expense to the tax-
payers” said Clerk Noto.
The Clerk’s Office will offer varied
services such as U.S. Passport Processing,
Trade Name Registrations, Notary Public
Oaths, Land Recording Services, and
Veterans Services. The office is located on
the First Floor of the Cumberland County
Court House in Bridgeton. If you have
any questions regarding the range of serv-
ices provided, call the Clerk’s Office at
856-453-4860.
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Disanti Graduates With
Honors
Congratulations to Janine Nicole
Disanti for her May 14th graduation
from Rutgers University. Disanti gradu-
ated Summa Cum Laude with a
degree in Biological Sciences. She will
be attending Pennsylvania College of
Optometry at Salus University in the
fall, where she will study become an
Optometrist. Disanti is the daughter of
Terri Disanti of Vineland and Dennis
Disanti of Pittsgrove.
We Have A Winner!
Dennis Stellwag of Millville, left, is the
first winner in the weekly “Prizeweek
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Stellwag stopped by SJFCU’s Vineland
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right.
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Local Family Member of Missing Mass. Toddler Makes Appeal
Caleigh Harrison has been missing since April 19 and the State Police in
Massachusettes have called off their search for the missing two-year-old girl,
but Vineland Resident George Bono,
Caleigh’s cousin, has not given up hope.
“The state police are saying she was
swept out to sea, but the family believes
that she was abducted,” says Bono.
Caleigh’s mother was playing ball
with her two daughters (Caleigh and her
four-year-old sister, Lizzie) and the family
dog on the Sarasota Creek footbridge in
Rockport, MA. When the ball bounced
over a wall and into a cottage yard,
Allison Hammond climbed over the wall
to retrieve it. When she returned
moments later, Caleigh was gone.
“Now that the state police are done
investigating, we are going to hire a pri-
vate investigator,” says Bono.
To help in raising funds for the private investigation, Bono has placed col-
lection cans at locations throughout Vineland, including LaTorre Hardware,
Vineland City Hall, Brewster Fine Wines and Liquors, Fat Jack’s, Altered Art,
Sabrichelle’s Hair Salon, Sir Speedy and Bergamo’s Garden Market.
The case has garnbered national attention with coverage by Good
Morning America and an appearance on Nancy Grace by Calaigh’s parents.
Bono, who works for Vineland Municipal Utilities and at Merighi’s Savoy Inn
as a bartender, believes that raising attention here might just help.
“Maybe someone who reads this might see her on the Boardwalk at the
Shore,” he says. “If you see anyone who even remotely looks like her, call
out her name and if she reacts, notify the local authorities [or call 9-1-1].”
Anyone interested in making a donation can seek out one of the collection
cans in town (see above) or contact Caleigh Harrison Relief Fund, Care of
Rockport National Bank, 4 Parker St., Gloucester, MA 01930.
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Three Awarded Liberty Bell Awards
On Tuesday,
May 1, 2012, the
Cumberland
County Bar
Association cele-
brated the legal
profession by
holding its Annual
Law Day Breakfast
at Gia’s in
Bridgeton. This
year’s theme was
“No Courts, No
Justice, No
Freedom.” There
was a great
turnout with over 120 guests. The keynote speaker, Honorable Dennis
Braithwaite, J.A.D. (Ret.) and Professor at Rutgers Camden Law School, enter-
tained the audience with his thoughts on the law. He said the theme is fitting for
this year, as Cumberland County Courthouse currently has a backlog of hun-
dreds of cases, both criminal and civil division.
Law Day is a great day to reflect on the importance of law in our community
Local residents who have displayed an outstanding commitment to service in
their community were awarded the Liberty Bell Award. The 2012 Liberty Bell
Awards were presented to Susan Y. Bitters (Bridgeton), John Krause (Millville)
and Hon. Gloria Noto, County Clerk (Vineland).
The Bar Association and the Bar Foundation also presented $4,000 in schol-
arships to local students who are currently enrolled at Cumberland County
College Paralegal Program or they are enrolled in Law School. The Millville Mock
Trial team, coached by Joseph Chiarello, Esquire and Matthew Robinson, was
also honored.
The Cumberland County Bar Association honored three local residents with Liberty Bell
Awards. From left: Nicole J. Curio, Esq.; Hon. Gloria Noto–Vineland recipient; Michael L.
Testa, Sr., Esq.; Susan Y Bitters–Bridgeton recipient; Rebecca J. Bertram, Esq.; John
Krause–Millville Recipient; and Joseph Derella.
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DeStefano Graduates
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Michael R. DeStefano of Vineland,
formerly of Landisville, graduated
Magna Cum Laude from the Funeral
Service Program at Mercer County
College on May 24, 2012. Highlight of
the graduation ceremony was the
announcement that Michael
DeStefano was nominated for the J.M.
Nolte Academic Award, a national
honor based on academic excellence.
Son of the late Michael A. and
Joan M. DeStefano of Landisville,
Michael has been part of the Rone-
Geraci family at the Rone Funeral
Service in Vineland for the past 31
years. Michael’s dedication to the
funeral profession has always been
evident in the compassionate service
he has provided to many hundreds of
families throughout the past three
decades, and the professional man-
ner with which he has assisted the
funeral directors at Rone’s.
Once he decided to return to
school and pursue his license,
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determination and care he has
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His graduation with high honors, and
his nomination for the prestigious J.
M. Nolte Scholar Award, are the lat-
est examples of his commitment to
the funeral service profession.
Seals Announce Scholarship Winner, Graduating
Seniors
The Seals ban-
quet drew over 250
YMCA swimmers
and parents. The
team recognized the
winners of the YMCA
of Vineland Seals
Swim Team Aaron
Ploch Memorial
Scholarship. This is
the 13th year the
scholarship was
awarded to a team
member in honor of
Aaron Ploch.
This is a very special honor because the scholarship is dedicated in Aaron
Ploch’s memory and will help with the cost of college. This year, the scholarship
was awarded to Jordan Hess and Zoe MacAvoy. Hess will be attending Rowan
University and MacAvoy will be attending Cumberland County College in the fall.
Both girls swam for the Seals team for a total of 18 years. Hess graduated from
Shalick High School and MacAvoy from Sacred Heart High School.
The team recognized its six graduating seniors: Shannon Dougherty, Hess,
Andrew Hartman, Dante Levari, MacAvoy, and Rachel Simone. Coach DeMatte
congratulates each one for their commitment to the team.
From left: Coach Dennis DeMatte, Zoe MacAvoy (scholarship winner), Dante Levari,
Shannon Dougherty, Coach Kyle Mongelluzzo, Rachel Simone, and Andrew Hartman. Not
pictured is scholarship winner Jordan Hess.
First Fishing Trip!
Gavin and Gage aren’t telling any fish
tales. They’ve gone fishing and here’s what
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all about the ins and outs of the bakery business. The fun and informative afternoon
ended with each of the girls decorating, and, of course, enjoying their own cupcake.
Pictured here, from left: Carly Darrigo, Favianna Cohen, Catie Guiliani, Marianne
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SHHS Eagle Scouts Raise Donated American Flag
The old and slightly ragged flag
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and a new flag was raised ceremo-
nially by four SHHS seniors–Eagle
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1042; Aaron Tolliver of Troop 1109;
Robert Bishop, a Life Scout and
Eagle Scout candidate of Troop
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Anthony Stefano and his moth-
er, Gloria, donated the American
Flag. In presenting the flag,
Stefano said, “This embroidered
flag of America represents the
freedom that we all share. One
nation under God. What so proudly
we hail.”
Stefano invited President
Obama and the First Lady to
attend the ceremony. Unable to attend, the President sent a letter which included
these words: “The future we leave to our children and grandchildren will be
determined by our willingness to shoulder each other’s burdens, take great risks
and move forward as one people and one nation.”
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Local Seniors Play In
Pinochle Tournament
Area seniors recently participated in a
pinochle tournament, sponsored by the
Cumberland County Office on Aging and
Disabled, and the Cumberland County
Recreation Commission. Pictured here are
Fred Ramirez (left) of Millville, who won
the tournament with a score of 514, and
first runner-up Ada Graham of Bridgeton,
who scored a 507. Macleod Carre, execu-
tive director of the Cumberland County
Office on Aging and Disabled is in the
background.
Charter School Hires Inaugural Leadership Team
The Compass Academy Charter School recently announced its inaugural lead-
ership team. Susan Little will serve as the school’s principal, Jane Berger will
serve as Facilitator of Staff Development and Student Learning, and Valerie
Carmody will serve as the Business Administrator and Board Secretary.
Together, they offer 67 years in combined experience in K-12 education, and 18
years using the Let Me Learn Process, a trademarked, advanced learning system
that will be the signature educational philosophy of the innovative public school.
Board of Trustees Facilitator Sanford Tweedie said, “These individuals came
out of a very strong pool of candidates. This team will work very well together to
provide the strongest leadership for the charter school. We are very excited
about having them in place and taking this school to new heights.”
From left: Jane Berger, Valerie Carmody, and Susan Little.
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The Woman's Club of Vineland, a mem-
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women for their contributions to the club—
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was nothing less than an art form to
teenagers coming of age here in the 1960s
and even through the early 1980s.
“It brings back that favorite year,”
Notaro says of the Cruise Down Memory
Lane. “There’s something about old cars,
they have a magnetism all their own.”
Notaro and others fromthe South Jersey
Cruisers Association and the South Jersey
Mustang Club expect upwards of 1,200 clas-
sic cars this Saturday, June 9, if the weather
is good, fromDelaware, Pennsylvania, and
Maryland. (Rain date is Sunday, June 10).
Police estimate up to 25,000 people—
and will even have a 1966 still-functional
Ford Galaxy squad car on the Avenue to
complete the memories of some aging car
racers.
Saturday’s cruise “differs from other
car shows in that the cars have a time slot
to cruise and do not remain stationary,”
Askins notes.
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Down Memory Lane
And Car Care Guide
Ben Notaro is the co-
organizer (along with
Marvin Askins) of the
Cruise Down Memory Lane.
Notaro also co-hosts “Show
and Go Garage,” a weekly
radio show dedicated to all
who have a special pen-
chant for cool cars and fun car activities.
The program airs every Wednesday night
from 9 to 10 p.m. (EST) on WVLT 92.1 FM.
Cruising the Avenue:
A Long Tradition
By Ben Notaro, Cruise Down Memory Lane
Co-Organizer
I
t’s difficult to pinpoint an exact year
when cruising the “Avenue” became
somewhat of a teenage rite of passage. I
recall my sister telling my dad to go down
the Avenue on our way home on the family
shopping night. I guess I did not under-
stand what going through town meant,
because as a little kid (and younger broth-
er) it was just going down the business dis-
trict of Vineland. When my sister got her
driver’s license, she would get the family
ride when Dad was in a generous mood
and go cruise the Avenue with her friends.
As I was only in grade school, it slowly
started to dawn on me that this Avenue
thing must be some kind of special deal.
Well, in my freshman year of high
school, I finally realized that cruising
Landis Avenue was a social occasion that
gave teenagers a place to hang out. Car
cruising was the thing to do in many com-
munities and Vineland, with its wide main
street and mile-long run, was the place to
be on weekends when you wanted to see
friends and just hang out.
Soon enough, the American automak-
ers figured out that the car aimed at the
young driver was the best marketing tool
ever. They came out with cars that had
looks, performance and personality—and
where did one usually show that special
car? If you lived in Vineland, it was cruis-
ing Landis Avenue, of course.
Fast forward to 1991. The Avenue cruise
days were fading away and it dawned on
me to call a group of car guys and have
them meet at the Vineland Adult
Education lot. I thought I’d get 15 to 20
cars and it turned out to be 75. Every time
we met, the numbers would almost double.
With the help of a great team from a local
car club, a cruise was reborn in Vineland.
At the suggestion of car guy, Larry
Lazereff, we tried the cruise on the Avenue
itself and it soon became a popular annual
car event in the region. It even had a fitting
name: "The Cruise Down Memory Lane".
The event was sustained by the long-
running commitment of the Corvette Club
in Vineland. That torch has now been
passed to the South Mustang Club and the
South Jersey Cruisers Association.
The fun of cruising comes alive each
year as classic car enthusiasts gather in
Vineland to continue the tradition of
cruising the Avenue. I
Meet the Cruise Down
Memory Lane Organizers
Marvin Askins (top) and Ben Notaro.
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„Then you knew thereÊd be
some racing.‰
MIKE GOULD, Pittsgrove
Drove: ’63 Dart; ’55 Chevy 2-door
wagon, custom modified into an El
Camino
My older brother was supposed to be
babysitting me and we ended up cruising
the Avenue, that’s how it started. I worked
with Ron Stretch at Winslow’s Pharmacy
and when you went out for a delivery, you
took the Volkswagen for a spin on the
Avenue.
It was almost like a lifestyle; whether
you had a muscle car, a nice car, or a piece
of junk, it was a lifestyle. It was a culture of
meeting people. Car culture was part of it
but the way we interacted was important—
that culture.
We always tried to drive slow enough to
make every light—they were timed. You
beeped at the girls and tried to get them to
pull over. The cops didn’t like you riding
side-by-side but if you had a carload of girls
next to you, that’s what you did. Usually,
you went on Friday night to try to get a
date for Saturday, unless you were going
out with someone. Even if you had a date,
you’d still take a swipe down the Avenue. I
met a few girls but my long-term relation-
ships were with cars.
With my modified El Camino, I used to
get stopped by the cops a lot. Mostly they
wanted to know what it was. But some-
times it wasn’t to find out what it was.
Around 10 or 10:30, the guys would
gather at East End Motors, then you knew
there’d be some racing. It was stupid to do,
but we had fun. You had to see who had the
fastest car. Sometimes, the races were for
money, $50 or $100 would change hands.
That was a lot of money back then. We’d
usually go to Sherman and Hance Bridge or
Gershel Ave. The cops would sometimes
come and chase you away but nobody I
ever went out there with ever got a ticket.
There were grudge matches but when it
was over, it was over and one guy would go
back to try to build a faster car.
There was drag racing between towns,
with guys from Millville, Bridgeton,
Hammonton. They’d come and try to pick
up Vineland girls and there were some bad
feelings about that. The Avenue was for
Vineland kids, that’s how we saw it.
There was one car that stood out: Benny
Walker’s ’55 Chevy with an altered wheel
base and tilt fiberglass front. He could do
wheelies with it.
With the ’70s, it all went away because
of gas prices and the muscle car era ended.
They started putting those big motors back
in trucks. I’m sure they were still riding the
Avenue, but it all changed.
„It was the best thing you
could be doing.‰
RON STRETCH, Millville
Drove: ’56 Chevy; ’66 Chevelle; ’68
Dodge Super Bee
You might find it interesting that the
people who rode the Avenue in the ’60s
were not typical of how young people were
portrayed at the time. For instance, when
guys came back from Vietnam, we wel-
comed them.
There were long-term friendships
formed. You’d meet later in life and say “I
remember you, you had a ’57 Chevy.” Long-
term marriages, too. Many guys, including
me, met their wives on the Avenue and are
still married.
I met my wife Diane [Thompson] in The
Spot. Dom Maggio was there with his
future wife, Joan. I was shooting straws at
Dom and I kept hitting Diane. We started
going out. Our first date was going to look
at Christmas lights around town. She kept
complaining that a broken seat spring in
the ’56 Chevy kept poking her in the butt.
We’re married 42 years as of June 13.
A retired cop told me a few years ago
“We used to chase you, but all-in-all it was
the best thing you could be doing. You
weren’t out drinking, you weren’t doing
drugs, you weren’t out robbing anybody.”
He was right.
Once a month, a bunch of us retired car
enthusiasts meet for breakfast at a local
restaurant and a lot of our talk is about the
old days on the Avenue. It’s my favorite car
event, actually.
[The Grapevine thanks Ron for putting
us in touch with most of our interview
subjects.]
Ron Stretch’s present-day 1968 Dodge
Super Bee with a 383 cubic inch V8.
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ILLIONS OF DOLLARS worth of vintage
and exotic cars will line Landis Avenue as
Cruise Down Memory Lane returns on Saturday,
June 9, from 5 to 10 p.m.
Main Street Vineland is happy to be a sponsor of the
event, which is organized this year by the South Jersey
Cruisers Association and the South Jersey Mustang Club.
Over 1,200 American cars, street rods, muscle cars,
stock and custom classics, rat rods, and cruisers will be
displayed.
Gates open at 5 p.m. at West and East Avenues, participating vehicles must enter through the
gates. Gates close at 6:30 p.m. and cars must remain parked for display. Cruise starts at 8:30 p.m.
Live music and DJs will provide musical entertainment throughout the event. Radio station
WVLT 92.1 will broadcast live. Food vendors will also be on hand.
For additional information on the event, please call Marv Askins at (856) 697-6306 or Ben
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2012 Calendar of Events
Cruise Down Memory Lane
Saturday, June 9: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
(rain date June 10): 2 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Seafood Festival
Saturday, July 21: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
(rain date July 22): 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Sidewalk Sale
Saturday, July 28: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
BBQ ‘n Chili Cook-off
Saturday, September 22: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
(rain date September 23): 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Wedding Weekend
Saturday, October 6: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Soap Box Derby
Sunday, October 14: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
(rain date October 21): 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Holiday Parade
Saturday, November 24: 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
(rain date November 25): 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
All events, dates and times are subject to change without notice.
We’re taking it to the street—
Join us out on the Avenue in front of the
Market for all of these goodies and more!
Luciano’s Seafood Market – Seafood Specials
Las Lomas – Tacos
Steve’s BBQ– BBQ Chicken & Ribs
Country Side Produce – Smoothies & Fruit
Cups
J &S Meats – Sausage Sandwich
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J &RBakery – Desserts
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ROCCO DANDREA, Vineland
Drove: ’57 Black-and-white Ford Custom
300; ’64 Chevy Impala Super Sport
There wasn’t much to do in the immedi-
ate area, so you went on the Avenue. It was
about girls and cars, in that order. Girls
came from Vineland, Bridgeton, Millville,
and elsewhere. The better your car, the
more of a chick magnet it was.
I met my wife, Lorraine [Notaro] on the
Avenue and we’ve been married for 39
years. A friend of mine asked her out first,
but he didn’t go out with her again, so I
decided to. And we’re still together.
Cars were a real big thing then and the
Avenue was a big influence—it was important.
If you weren’t drag racing, you’d be
watching the races. If it was a slow night
for girls, you’d try to find out where the
races were. A lot of guys who had fast cars
back then have them again now because
it’s so much fun. What they had then, they
have now, it’s come full circle. Guys still
race, but not on the street anymore. Atco
had a big influence then and that’s where
the racing is now.
I remember one night Ron Stretch and
I were hanging out at Joe’s Gas Station at
Fourth and Landis. A pickup truck went
by carrying drums. As the driver made the
turn, the drums fell off. There must have
been a petroleum base because it leaked
out onto the road. Cars were slipping and
sliding, we just watched. We thought it
was hilarious. A guy totally spun out right
in front of a cop. The cop came over to
him and the guy said he didn’t know what
happened. City workers had to come out
and spread sand in the intersection.
We always had fun going to Charcoal
Haven on Delsea Drive for food and always
smoking the tires when pulling out.
You realize now how many memories
there are. You own the cars from the past
now so you can hold onto the memories.
„I saw a difference in kids
on the Avenue.‰
SKIP TOMPKINS, St. Lucie County, Fla.
Drove: Red ’65 Slant 6 Plymouth”
Barracuda; ’65 2+2 Pontiac Catalina
with 421 engine
It was my fun time. We’d race from light
to light. With my parents’ Plymouth, I
used to antagonize the guys with the 289
Mustangs and GTOs. I was wiping those
things off the Avenue. Guys coming the
other way would let you know if a cop was
around. There were a few walking cops
and we’d make sure they were at the other
end of the Avenue. We’d get caught some-
times and catch [heck] for it.
It was good, clean fun and nine times
out of 10 our parents knew where we were.
We’d always pull over and look under each
other’s hoods. The Avenue was a lively
place, it had lots of stores and shops.
When I came back fromactive duty, I
drove the Pontiac. And I sawa difference in
kids on the Avenue and a difference in atti-
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tude among kids to Vietnamveterans; more
of the college people had a resentment
toward us. I didn’t know them, but you
could tell.
But the majority of the time, the Avenue
was the Avenue and we just rode from one
end to the other and picked up girls and
the girls, guys. We went to eat at Gino’s
and White Castle. My favorite place was
Pat and Ralph’s—I like Italian food even
though I’m not Italian.
My Catalina was black and I’d put some
wax on it and the lights on the Avenue
would reflect off it. I don’t know if that
impressed the girls or not but I liked it a lot.
I can’t remember all the names but I
remember the good times and good people.
„I still have my Mustang.‰
FRANK DORTU, Vineland
Drove: ‘65 Mustang
It went on every night then; I’d pick up
my girlfriend to cruise. I met Sandy [Martelli]
in grade school and we’ve been together
since. We got married in ’65, the year I got
my Mustang. I still have my Mustang; it’s
blue and it has the original paint.
Friday and Saturday were the big
nights—you’d see everybody. It was one of
the best things in our young lives, you met
people and hung around with your friends
and it was fun. Then somebody would give
you the nod and you’d go out and race. I
won my share; it was only a little 289 but it
held its own. If you just did your thing and
got out of there, they didn’t bother you. If
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scatter you. I never got locked up, but I got
tickets. I never got one for drag racing,
though. Sherman and Hance Bridge was the
best place; I go by there now on the way to
the shore and it brings back memories.
On Christmas and Easter, after your
meal, you’d go up there. I spent a lot of
money on gas going up and down, even
though gas was cheap.
Charcoal Haven was like Stewart’s where
girl hops came to the cars but they didn’t use
roller skates. I lived near Chestnut and
Delsea and had a job at Stewart’s and we
used to drive through the woods to get
there before we got driver’s licenses.
I was thinking I ought to buy a 2015
Mustang when it comes out—I’d have them
50 years apart.
It wound down in the ’80s, that’s when
my sons were cruising. Police activity
helped kill it and there were just not as
many American cars sold.
„Gas was cheap and fun
was free.‰
RICH BURGER, Vineland
Drove: ’52 Chevy; ’62 Chevy Impala; ’67
Rambler American V8 4speed
It was a meeting place; it was what we
did. You’ve seen American Graffiti? That’s
what it was. After 1 a.m., when they cleared
the radio channels, you could even hear
Wolfman Jack from New York. We were
just having fun, we didn’t get in trouble and
there were no drugs then. It was a good
time, it was an easy time. You remember
the guys who were there, including those
who are now gone.
Friday nights you went to the stores and
got your shirts and things. Friday nights,
that was our mall. Now, they don’t want
anybody up there.
I had a lot of other cars. That’s something
we had—cars. Not newcars, but we had cars.
If you were speeding or drag racing, the
cops would just say, “Take your car home.”
One night, they sent me home and I came
back in a buddy’s car and they told me I
was sent home, so go.
I met my wife, Diane [Melli], on a blind
date at the Landis. My buddy’s date want-
ed someone for her cousin. Well, I was
only 16, but I saw my mom’s ’52 Chevy sit-
ting in the driveway, so I drove down. We
got married in 1967.
I remember well Charcoal Haven, The
Spot, Round Up (it was a pink place on
Delsea north of Chestnut). A lot of races
started there. Alot of money changed hands.
I remember guys with the fastest cars: Paul
Pagliughi’s ’66 Chevelle, Bobby Williams and
his ’65 Dodge, Jimmy Collange and the ’66
GTO with the hemi engine, Jimmy Biagi
in a Chevelle. There were so many;
nobody can remember them all.
I still have a garage full of cars and motor-
cycles. I’ve been around cars since I worked
with my dad when I was about eight.
They still had the island in the middle of
the Avenue and the traffic lights in it. You’d
get a guy from out of town who didn’t
know and you’d get him over there and he’d
be on the island stuck. They’d just shake
their heads and keep riding.
Gas was cheap and fun was free.
„We would race from stop
light to stop light.‰
GENE “LAG” LAGERHOLM, Vineland
Drove: ’68 Green Camaro SS396
I started cruising the Avenue in 1966 in
my friend’s (Chip Cardia) 1966 SS396 yel-
low Chevelle, in 1967 my friend Velton
Koons purchased a 1967 SS Chevy 2 and in
1968 I purchased my 1968 Green Camaro
SS396, which I still own.
It was great times for friends to get
together on Friday and Saturday. You
would cruise the Avenue, see friends from
high school and college, and hopefully pick
up some girls. We would race from stop
light to stop light and, occasionally, if
things got serious head out to Sherman
Ave. or Union Road for a real race.
When you were tired of driving you
would just pull over and talk or drive to
Charcoal Haven and get something to eat.
I’ve been bringing my car to the
“Cruise” since 1995, the cruise on the
Avenue brings back some of these memo-
ries and you get to see some of your old
friends and make some new ones. I
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The following is excerpted from
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the permission of the author, Ted
Ritter, who lives in Bridgeton. He had
a different car each year as he cruised
the Avenue from 1965 to 1972.
The traffic lights on Landis Avenue
were mounted on concrete pylons in
the center of the inter-
sections. The Vineland
Police Department
traffic patrol rode
three wheeled motor-
cycles…
Vinelander Fred
Hartley’s ’32 Ford Drag Racer was
pictured in Hot Rod Magazine…
In all the local parades, Henry
“Bub” (later Mayor) Garton drove his
1912 Baker Electric with tiller steer-
ing. His son, Buster, drove a really
sharp solid axle, black Corvette con-
vertible. It was regarding the latter car
that I first heard the expression “four
on the floor”…
Drive up eateries on Delsea Drive
included the Beef Coral and the
Barrel. Wasn’t there also a teen hang-
out on Delsea Drive called “The Hut”?
I think it was somewhere near present
day LaTorre Hardware…
I can’t allow [my] thoughts to pass
without mentioning some of the cars.
Gary Gorgo (‘65), Frank Martini
(’65), Andy Johnson (’66), John
Frambes (’66) and Butch Dusharm
(’67) each had a brand new, four-
speed, GTO hardtop.
The Pontiac contingent also includ-
ed Bob Williams’ red 1963 Grand Prix,
Bob Butler’s white 1962 Grand Prix
(Bob still has it!), Tom Hanson’s 1965
Le Mans, Andy DiOrio’s ‘64 Tempest
with six two barrel carburetors and
Roger Linton’s ’66 full size 2-door
with fake 421 emblems.
Chevys competing for space on the
Avenue were Dawson’s black ’57 with
the smiling grille, John Ferrarie’s 1964
SS, Ric Pepe’s 409, Tom Rossi’s candy
apple red 1955, Bob DeSanto’s black
and white ’54, Jim Larro’s Chevy II,
and Ben Notaro’s Chevelle with the
Atco class winner decal proudly dis-
played in the quarter window.
Believe it or not, there was even a
1955 Chevrolet altered wheel base
“funny car,” driven by a fellow named
Walker, which actually cruised the
Avenue to the amazement of every-
one—especially the Vineland police.
Ford products often present includ-
ed Al Broan’s 1955 Thunderbird,
Marcel Durand’s maroon Ford 2-door
and Dave Berman’s 1963 ‘Bird.
On any given night, the Mopars
might have included Butch Magolda’s
black Barracuda, Jerry Kearney’s
white 383 Sport Fury, Ron Stretch’s
Super Bee or Brian Stevens’ family
car: a 426 Wedge Motor, triple black,
Dodge Coronet Convertible.
Oldsmobiles on the Avenue were
Lou Benvenuti’s black two-door with
very loud glasspacks, Joe Curcio’s
’67 convertible and Solve Tuso’s 442
hardtop, which had dual factory ram
air scoops mounted under the front
bumper.
Some of the early Camaro cruisers
were John Fricano, Denny DePalma,
Gene Lagerholm and Frank Wheaton, III.
Vineland also had plenty of Corvettes
on the Avenue in the 1960s: Bostwick,
Kontes, Gagliardi and Steve Martinelli
all had 427 Stingray Roadsters.
Driving small block Corvettes were
Dennis Buglio (blue 1961), Linda
DeMarco (silver 1969 Coupe) and, a
pretty brunette named Gloria in a
white 1965 Stingray Convertible.
Vineland even had its own version
of the British Invasion in the form of
Nick DiBello’s MG-TD, Joe Marcione’s
Alva and Hilton Shostak’s XKE.
I remember being up on the Avenue
the night that a 427 Stingray Roadster
was demolished when it went into the
woods at high speed on the north side
of Landis just east of Mill Road.
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annual Cruise Down
Memory Lane, which takes place this
Saturday, June 9 beginning at 5 p.m. on
Landis Avenue between East and West
avenues.
Countless hours of work by local clas-
sic car enthusiasts Marv Askins and Ben
Notaro and the members of their car clubs
have gone into organizing this year’s event
which brings hundreds of antique, vintage
and classic cars to Landis Avenue and
transports downtown Vineland back to a
time when cars had muscles and chrome
was king!
While Marv and Ben have been busy
lining up a full night of live entertainment
for the Cruise, Main Street Vineland has
been working to bring in some terrific
food vendors to complement many of the
great downtown food establishments that
will stay open late for what has become
Vineland’s largest single-day event.
If you’re coming to the Cruise, be sure
to bring your appetite. Just look at the
smorgasbord that awaits you:
• Luciano’s New Orleans Seafood
Kitchen—corn dogs and root beer floats
• Las Lomas Fresh Mexican Grille—
tacos
• Sweet Life Bakery—baked goods
• Steve’s BBQ—BBQ chicken and ribs
• Countryside Produce—smoothies and
fruit cups
• J & S Meats—sausage sandwiches and
burgers
• J & R Bakery—desserts
• Mr. Cone—ice cream
• Casazza Foods—curly fries, cheeses-
teaks and more
• Happy Paape—Kettle Corn
• Tickle Your Taste Buds—water ice
and slushy drinks
• Tuckahoe Cheesecake Factory:
cheesecake
• Stewart’s Root Beer—chili dogs, hot
dogs, root beer floats
• Sweet Rose’s Twisted Lemonade—
fresh lemonade
• JR Hot Dogs—hot dogs, chicken ten-
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• Bi-Catch Café—soft shell crab sand-
wiches, alligator sausage, Asian-style cala-
mari and more
• J & J BBQ
• ACA Concessions—sausage and pep-
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• Skelly Ice Cream
• Wayne’s Funnel Cakes—funnel cakes,
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A lost era will be restored on Landis Avenue this
Saturday, outdoors as well as indoors with two show-
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lost art of cruising, the
teenage social network-
ing of the 1950s and 1960s that
filled the main thoroughfare of
many U.S. cities with adolescents
parading in a looping moveable
feast. And what better way to cele-
brate this rite of passage than with
screenings of American Graffiti at the Landis
Theater on Saturday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Directed by a 28-year-old George Lucas
prior to his Star Wars saga, American
Graffiti captures the essence of the cruising
phenomenon through its depiction of one
late-summer night in the lives of a select
group of teenagers residing in 1962
Modesto, California. A watershed for these
high school graduates, this evening holds
the final moments of innocence before their
destinies unfold.
The movie was born from the failure of
Lucas’s previous film, the cerebral and plod-
ding science fiction feature THX 1138.
According to Peter Biskind’s Easy Riders,
Raging Bull, Godfather, director Francis Ford
Coppola, who would produce American
Graffiti, confronted Lucas, telling him
“Don’t be so weird, try to do something
that’s human.”
Resentful at first for having to make a
more commercial film, Lucas eventually saw
the advantages and arrived at a subject that
would be both autobiographical and appro-
priate to his new outlook. According to
Biskind, the director claimed, “I decided it
was time to make a movie where people felt
better coming out of the theater than when
they went in…I wanted to preserve what a
certain generation of Americans thought
what being a teenager was really about…”
Those aspirations resulted in a script
about his experiences cruising down the
main avenue of Modesto on weekend nights
in the 1950s. In 1973, the year the film was
released, Lucas told The New York Times, “I
went through all that stuff, drove the cars,
bought liquor, chased girls. I think a lot of
people do, which is the whole idea behind
the title—a very American experience.”
For the director, who shot the film in 28
days, cruising was something that had to be
experienced in order to understand it. “It
just looks like driving around,” he told the
Times.” But there’s a real mystique to it…. It
really revolves around identi-
ty, and something to excel at,
whether it’s…having the
hottest car or the most girls.”
Lucas centered his screen-
play, originally titled Another
Quiet Night in Modesto,
around four male characters:
Curt (Richard Dreyfuss),
Steve (Ron Howard, who
arrived in Vineland to film The Migrants
only several weeks after the release of
American Graffiti), Terry (Charles Martin
Smith) and John (Paul Le Mat), each an
alter ego of the director. “I started out as
Terry the Toad, but then I went on to be
John Milner, the local drag race champion,
and then I became Curt Henderson the
intellectual who goes off to college,” he told
the Times. “They were all composite charac-
ters, based on my life, and on the lives of
friends of mine.”
For Lucas, the movie served a dual pur-
pose. “Well, it’s designed primarily for fun,”
he explained in 1973, “…But it’s also about
the end of a political era, a sociological era
and a rock era.”
In addition to Dreyfuss, Howard, Smith
and Le Mat, the cast also includes Cindy
Williams (who was also part of The
Migrants film shoot in Cumberland
County), Candy Clark, Mackenzie Phillips,
Harrison Ford and the popular disc jockey
at the time, Wolfman Jack.
The cast’s superb performance is accom-
panied by songs that had been determined
during the scriptwriting and that character-
ize an era that had yet to meet The Beatles.
According to online sources, it was a sug-
gestion from sound designer Walter Murch
to present the songs in the film as part of
Wolfman Jack’s radio broadcast, neatly
tying together the loosely connected
episodes that comprise the script.
The world depicted in American Graffiti
faded from our culture a long time ago.
What Lucas captured in his filming is his-
torically significant and shouldn’t be over-
looked. As Stephen Farber perceptively
noted in 1973, the movie “recalls the inno-
cence and the sense of community—the
shared language, music and humor that
contributed to the last authentic national
folk culture. The kids who left home in
1962 didn’t know they were embarking on a
journey across centuries.” I
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Spurred on by this special edition of The
Grapevine, the Facebook group “I Grew
Up in Vineland, N.J.” has been brimming
with recollections about riding the
Avenue. These comments are excerpted
from the page, and here include both guys
and gals.
Ron Stretch
Riding the Avenue. So many of us did it
and, back then, we had a lot of fun doing
so. I recently got a phone call inquiring
about my memories of “riding the
Avenue.” The caller was looking for mate-
rial to use in an article that is to be pub-
lished before the big cruise on Landis
Avenue on June 9. I shared my memories
but thought maybe some of you had mem-
ories that I could pass along.
Shirley DiPasquale Ragone
Wow! Riding the Avenue was the “thing”
to do! No matter where we might have
had to go, we always took a quick trip
down the Avenue, too! Can you imagine
all the gas we wasted? Even though it
was much cheaper then! We’d see our
friends and then we’d pull over to talk, or
go to JB’s or Sears, or Kress’ parking lot!
I was extremely happy when they took
out the center street lights! It was hard
trying to look for oncoming friends’ cars
and avoid those things! lol What good
memories!!!
Sharon Lolli
Yes, you never went home without hit-
ting the Avenue, just to see if anyone was
there. Seeing friends and pulling over to
chat in large groups and then back up on
the Avenue. That’s how I met my hus-
band and never regretted a minute of it.
Eileen Cramer Ferrarie
That’s how I met my husband of
45yrs...so much fun. Went to Charcoal
Haven on Delsea or Pat and Ralphs for
burgers or pizza and then back on the
Avenue. Racing from light to light.
Parking in groups across from the old
Vineland High School...remember the
circle and everyone would cut through
Sacred Heart’s parking lot to turn
around...Nucci’s Diner was another gath-
ering place on the Avenue...good
memories!
John Lolli
Rode the Avenue in three different cars—
56 Chevy BelAir, 61 Ford Galaxie, and 67
Gold GTO. The 67 Goat was by far the
most fun. I also met my wife of 44 years
on the Avenue. If I say so myself, she
used to be able to throw a pretty mean
shift.
Alan Chenman
62 Austin-Healey, 65 MG, 68 SS 396 (girl-
friend’s car)
Bobbi Girone
Loved The Ave! My first car was a ’70
Nova. The greatest thing was making
all the green lights...but, hitting a red
light wasn’t bad ’cause you had a chance
to race a little! LOL
Patti Biagi Mascola
Met my daughter’s father on the Avenue
and although we later divorced and he
passed away...I would NOT go back and
change a thing, because I have my
daughter...and because of that I have
three wonderful grandchildren..thanks to
The Avenue Rides. We would ride the
Avenue..and like everyone else, go to
Charcoal Haven, stop at the Elite and
hang with our friends, we lived in the
best of times!
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Tanya Schiroki Janasiak
Met my hubby on the Avenue too... been
together 44 years and married 40 years. I
drove a 65 blue Malibu convertible. He had
a charcoal blue 65 GTO. Sometimes I would
drive my brother’s 65 green Comet 4 speed.
Eileen reminded me though... Loved riding
the Avenue and listening to oldies on
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big snowstorms would cover the middle line
and you couldn’t see who was coming on
the other side. What a great time we had!
Ruth May Manus
Remember stopping at Nucci’s Diner!
Driving around the circle and honking at
anyone you recognize.
Diane Collett Greenblatt
They were definitely fun times, free and
spontaneous, never really knowing what
was going to happen, but knew it would
mean a lot of fun, and not alot of prob-
lems, at all, never planned on going to that
party until I got up on the Avenue and met
up with everyone, and what was so great
is that we all were together, and if some-
thing happened, then we we had each
other’s backs, good times for sure and
good memories.
Charles Mulholland
I remember Frankie Snyder riding the
Ave. in his 68 Falcon with a female
mannequin sitting right next to him. He
would have his arm around her like they
were on a date. It was really funny, if you
knew Frankie it was hilarious. I later
bought that Falcon from Frankie, but it
didn’t come with his “girl”...
Greg Pilla
By the time I was old enough to have a
license, riding the Ave. wasn’t cool any-
more. I think putting Delsea Drive through
the middle of the circle had something to
do with it. Anyway, my friends and I would
instead “walk” the Ave. We’d walk all the
way up there from East Walnut Road,
spend whatever money we had at
Newberry’s Lunch counter, hang out in the
Come Together alley with other friends we
met and then walk home. Fun right? We
thought so.
Cruisin’ Entertainment
So maybe it was mostly about
the cars. But if there was a second
element that made “cruisin’ the
Avenue” special, it was the music
blaring from the car radio.
There will be two live bands and
several DJs performing along
Landis Avenue on Saturday to
recapture the times:
• Chapter 3, a soft rock group,
playing at the NE corner of the
Boulevard
• Coffin Fly, a rockabilly group,
performing near Sun Bank
DJs will be set up, from East
Avenue west:
• Steve Mauro (in front of
Presbyterian Church)
• John The Hat (in front of
McLaughlin’s News Agency)
• WVLT (in front of Music
Central) with several surprise visits
from performers of the day out of
Philadelphia
• Professor Ouch (in front of Sun
Bank)
• Uncle Al (in front of Auto Zone)
• Pepper Paul (in front of
Seymour Wasserstrum Law Office)
At Landis Theater, three shows
tie in with the theme of the day.
There will be two showings—at 2
and 7 p.m.—of American Graffiti,
the classic movie, set in 1962 and
capturing the aura of cruising
teenagers in Modesto, California.
At 9 p.m., the First Ladies of
Rock & Soul take to the stage. They
are a 14-piece band performing the
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Martha & The Vandellas and many
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Automotive Parts Company: 85 Years of
NAPA Know-How
The year was 1927. Charles Lindbergh
flew across the Atlantic Ocean in the Spirit
of St. Louis to a hero’s welcome in France.
The Jazz Singer, starring Al Jolson, revolu-
tionized the film industry as the first talkie.
Ford Motor Company discontinued its popu-
lar Model T in favor of the roomier Model A.
And here in Vineland, Jules Lelli, borrowing
$500 from his wife Elizabeth, started an
automotive parts store—part of the two-
year-old National Automotive Parts
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As, and other makes and models.
This store, Automotive Parts Company,
was originally located on the 700 block of
Landis Avenue. In 1934, Lelli moved his
store to 809 E. Landis Avenue and—as the
cliché goes—the rest is history.
Two generations later, the Lelli family
still owns Automotive Parts Company of
South Jersey, Inc., which they believe is one
of the oldest NAPA stores in the country.
The company’s business is mainly wholesale
but a small portion of the business is retail.
The Lelli family still prides itself in pro-
viding service with a difference. What is that
difference? Jules’ grandson Bob Lelli Jr. said,
“At the risk of sounding like a cliché, I guess
it would be personal service and customer
service,” he said, adding “we deal with cus-
tomers five to 10 times a day, so you have to
give them the personal time.”
Being a family business is “a big part of
us,” Bob said, adding that being very much
family-oriented “means a lot to us.” He
noted that his customers have also been
loyal through the generations. “Sons and
daughters of people who dealt with my
grandfather have been dealing with my
father and me now,” he said. “We’ve been
rather fortunate that way.”
This is a family-run business, literally.
The president of the corporation is Bob
Lelli, Jr.s father Bob Sr; the vice president is
his uncle, Richard; the secretary is his moth-
er, Aline, and the office manager is his sister
Karen.
“There’s a lot of personal care that goes
into a family-owned business,” Bob Jr. said.
A lot of that personal care is doing what is
necessary—even going the extra mile—to sat-
isfy a customer. “If we don’t have an item
stocked, we’ll call up a competitor to see if
they have it,” he said. Karen Lelli noted with
pride how her uncle Richard, nine years ago,
learned Spanish at the age of 65 so that he
could speak to the Hispanic customers.
As far as the several other auto parts
stores in Vineland offering competition, Bob
Jr. is confident in his business’s place in the
community. “We have a niche here, so we
are able to work around that competition,”
he said.
As far as future plans, the plan is to build
on their recent façade upgrade, which put a
fresh new face on the building’s exterior.
Taking advantage of the city’s Façade
Improvement Program, Bob Jr. said that
“we’re glad we did it when we did it.”
Bob Jr. is enthusiastic about dowtown
Vineland revitalization plans. “I’m looking
forward to the changes. It’s going to help the
downtown. We’ve been downtown for 85
years and improvements are only going to
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educators, and students to highlight the
first anniversary of the MyPlate food icon
and announced a month of nutrition
events and promotions to mark the occa-
sion. In June 2011, First Lady Michelle
Obama and Agriculture Secretary Tom
Vilsack unveiled MyPlate, the federal gov-
ernment's primary food group symbol, to
serve as a reminder to help consumers
make healthy food choices consistent with
the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for
Americans. MyPlate is a new generation
icon with the intent to prompt consumers
to think about building a healthy plate at
meal times and to seek more information
to help them do that by going to
www.ChooseMyPlate.gov.
“A year ago First Lady Michelle
Obama and I joined together to launch
MyPlate and to encourage people to
think about their food choices in order to
lead healthier lifestyles,” said Merrigan.
“Today we celebrate the great strides we
are making from our local schools to the
dinner table as Americans embrace
MyPlate and find practical ways to apply
it to their daily lives.”
USDA's Center for Nutrition Policy and
Promotion (CNPP) estimates that about
90 percent of nutrition professionals are
familiar with MyPlate and are using the
resources and messages that support
MyPlate in client counseling. Since it was
released, there have been over 7 million
downloads of MyPlate graphics and other
materials. CNPP and the Food and
Nutrition Service (FNS) have distributed
educational tools to those who have
requested materials including schools,
churches and youth groups, gym and fit-
ness centers, clubs, and others. Currently,
over 6,000 Community Partners have
joined along with 90 National Strategic
Partners all committed to promoting the
recommendations found in the 2010
Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA).
In the first quarter of this year, there were
34 million page views at the
ChooseMyPlate.gov website and over
700,000 registered users of the MyPlate
SuperTracker, the web based tool to gauge
one's diet and physical activity.
Development of MyPlate came as a
result of a 2010 report of the White House
Childhood Obesity Task Force. The report
challenged USDA to design a new genera-
tion symbol as a cue to inspire consumers
to choose healthier foods at mealtimes –
something simpler and more direct than
the Food Pyramid.
The MyPlate icon shows a plate with
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the five food groups on a placemat that is
suggestive of proportions; i.e., to make
half your plate fruits and vegetables.
Integral to its design is the incorporation
of the ChooseMyPlate.gov website address
where consumers can apply the recom-
mendations of the 2010 Dietary
Guidelines for Americans in a personal
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the Guidelines recommendations of get-
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grains, and low-fat dairy foods into action
in their own lives.
During the month of June, CNPP will
be celebrating the first anniversary of
MyPlate with special blog postings on its
website, daily Tweets on healthy eating,
recipes, partner images, a resource for
having healthy celebrations, and MyPlate
Happy Birthday coloring pages for kids,
among other user-friendly resources. In
addition, the quarterly MyPlate message
for May through June was be “Drink
Water Instead of Sugary Drinks” to high-
light that thirst quenching water can be
“dressed up” with a squeeze of lemon,
lime or orange as a great way to round out
a healthy plate.
USDA has been in the food guidance
business for well over 100 years dating
back to 1894 with the publication of food
buying guides and graphic images repre-
senting the Basic Seven in the 1940s, the
Basic Four during the 1950s through the
70s, the Food Guide Pyramid in the 1980s
and 1990s, and MyPyramid in 2005.
However, never, until the launch of
MyPlate in June 2011, has USDA taken a
more pro-active, comprehensive approach
to reaching all consumers—kids, parents,
and educators—with practical ways to
apply the Dietary Guidelines wherever
they learn, play, shop and prepare foods.
Public acceptance over the last 12
months of the MyPlate food icon suggests
that USDA’s new vision for healthy eating
will be a popular and useful image for
years to come.
If you haven't already done so, now is
the time to incorporate the MyPlate mes-
sages into your life. For details on MyPlate
resources and to join the MyPlate First
Year Birthday Celebration, go to
www.choosemyplate.gov/celebrate.html.
Second Household
Hazardous Waste and
Electronics Recylcing Day
On Saturday, June 16, the Cumberland
County Improvement Authority, in associ-
ation with the City of Millville, the Landis
Sewerage Authority, and the Cumberland
County Utilities Authority, will sponsor
the second Household Hazardous Waste
and Electronics Recycling Day of 2012.
The first event attracted over 510 cars and
30,000 pounds of electronics and thou-
sand of pounds of hazardous material.
Residents may bring their household gen-
erated hazardous waste and electronics to
the County Complex on Route 49 in
Bridgeton from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“This event is reserved specifically for
Cumberland County residents. Residents
are allowed to dispose of the following
items—gasoline and kerosene, pesticides
and herbicides, household batteries, oil-
based paints, turpentine and thinners, and
other solvents. Residents are limited to
150 pounds or 20 gallons of material per
trip. Residents can also recycle their elec-
tronics items, such as computers, moni-
tors, keyboards, TVs, VCR and DVD play-
ers, stereos and cell phones. No small
quantity commercial generators of haz-
ardous material will be allowed to dispose
of their waste during these clean-up
days,” said Cumberland County Recycling
Home
Garden
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Plant Sale June 22 and 23
Countryside Garden Club will have a
plant sale at the Millville Public
Library, 210 Buck Street, Millville, on
Friday, June 22, from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m, and on Saturday, June 23, from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All plant sales will
be cash only.
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The Cumberland County Improvement
Authority reminds residents that they can
dispose of water-based latex paint any
time provided it is first dried out.
“Open the paint can and add some kitty
litter or sand to the containers and keep
open to allow to dry,” explained DeMatte.
You can discard the closed paint can with
your regular trash. Residents are also
reminded that changes in federal regula-
tions combined with less hazardous battery
components mean the typical household
AAA, AA, C, D and 9-volt batteries now fall
below the federal and state hazardous
waste standard and should be disposed of
with your regular trash,” said DeMatte.
“I would also like to remind everyone
that tires will not be accepted at the
Hazardous Waste Days. Residents may
bring tires to the Cumberland County
Solid Waste Complex during normal busi-
ness hours. There is a fee of $2 per auto-
mobile tire, and $5 per truck tire under 10
tires,” concluded DeMatte.
Anyone with questions regarding the
Household Hazardous Waste and
Electronics Recycling Days may contact
the Cumberland County Improvement
Authority at 825-3700. If you are unable to
attend this clean-up day, store your eligi-
ble materials in a safe manner until the
last collection day for 2012 will be
September 15 at the City of Vineland Road
Department.
County Fair Looking for
Local Crafters
Do you enjoy baking, taking photos,
growing vegetables, flower arranging,
making crafts, painting and drawing or
doing needlework? If you enjoy any of
these hobbies, then the Cumberland
County Fair Association invites you to be
an exhibitor in the Home Arts Building
during the week of the Cumberland
County Fair, July 2-7. The Home Arts
Building provides an annual site for local
non-professional artisans to display their
talents, creative abilities and interests.
Divisions include vegetables, flowers,
needle and handwork, painting and draw-
ing, crafts, baked good, photography and
wood working. All classes within each
division will be judged and ribbons will be
awarded.
Home Arts Exhibitors Books and entry
forms are available at local libraries or can
be picked up at the 4-H Center located at
291 Morton Avenue in Carmel, Monday-
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Entry forms
are due this month. To request a book by
mail call the 4-H Center at 856-451-2800,
ext. #3.
For more information contact Mary
Jane Surface, Home Arts Building
Coordinator at 856-451-3820 or 856-
455-7634.
Goat Club to Participate in
Pet Celebration
Members of the Cumberland County
4-H Goat Club will have some goats at
Tractor Supply in Bridgeton on Saturday,
June 16, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the TSC Pet
Celebration event. Visit Tractor Supply in
Bridgeton and learn how to care for goats,
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Rain Barrel Class
WHEN: June 16, 9 a.m. – 12 noon
COST: $45
WHERE: Rutgers Cooperative
Extension, 291 Morton Ave.,
Rosenhayn
This is a hands-on workshop
designed to educate participants on
the benefits of rainwater harvesting.
Each participant will build a rain bar-
rel to take home. To register call 856-
451-2800, ext. 1. Class is limited to
20 participants so registration is
required.
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become involved in the 4-H program.
The Happy, Hardy, Great Goat 4-H
Club members, under the direction of 4-H
leader Alice Phillips of Port Norris, will
have a variety of baked goods available for
purchase during the day. Stop by
Bridgeton Tractor Supply on June 16 and
meet a goat.
For more information about the
Cumberland County 4-H Program or the
4-H goat project call the 4-H Center at
856-451-2800, ext. 3.
Fishing Workshop
Fishing in southwest New Jersey will
be the topic of a lively workshop featuring
two speakers on Tuesday, June 19, at 7
p.m. Sponsored by the Upper Deerfield
Township Environmental Commission,
the workshop will be held at the Edgar
Joyce Senior Center next to the Upper
Deerfield Municipal Building on Route 77.
Lisa Calvo, Aquaculture Program coor-
dinator for Rutgers University and the
New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium, will
provide a look at the past and present of
the Delaware River’s largest fish—the
Atlantic sturgeon. Chris Smith, principal
fisheries biologist for the New Jersey
Department of Environmental Protection,
Division of Fish and Wildlife, will give an
overview of the current status of warmwa-
ter fishing in the area and how his depart-
ment helps anglers enjoy their sport.
There is no charge for the workshop.
For information and to register, call the
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Gloucester Home Fair
B & K Enterprise of Millville (Kathy
and Beau Wright) have been creating
successful regional events for more
than 10 years. All events are heavily
advertised and thousands turn out for
these shows listed below. Space is
available indoors and out. Pet friend-
ly, music, food, contests, exhibits,
craftsmen and Home products.
Giveaways, money saving coupons
and picnic style dining. Here’s what’s
coming up:
• Gloucester County Craft
& Home Fair
June 16, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rain
date June 17
Gloucester County 4-H Fairground,
Rte 77, Mullica Hill NJ
Event will showcase hundreds of
products and services, indoor and out-
door exhibits, Free admission and park-
ing, rows and rows of handmade art
and crafts, music, food, shopping and
much more. Go to
http://www.sjpumpkinshhow.com or
http://www.springtimehomeexpo.com
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beautiful sandy Caribbean beach
sipping one of those fruity rum drinks and
trying not to poke my eye out with the
umbrella. Lucky me.
Actually, it’s my 10-year anniversary and
the wife and I are returning to the scene of
the crime, err, I mean honeymoon.
We had a couple of the grandchildren
down from Pennsylvania for the Memorial
Day weekend and the little one (who cele-
brates her sixth birthday right in the mid-
dle of our vacation) expressed concern
that we would be sailing right through the
Bermuda Triangle.
When I asked her how she even knew
about the Bermuda Triangle, she reminded
me that it was “where the pirates were.”
She and I have this pirate thing going,
you see. A couple of months ago she asked
me to be the “celebrity guest” for her
kindergarten class.
It’s pretty hard for me to say no to any
reasonable request from a grandchild, so I
agreed.
As the weeks went by, she kept asking
what I was going to do—juggle, tap dance
or build something were a few of her sug-
gestions.
Since I can’t do any of those things well
enough to fool even a two-year-old, I kept
telling her I had a plan.
As my guest appearance drew nearer I
really began to worry about it.
Now, in my former life I have appeared
on several radio shows and spoken (often
at way-too-great a length) at numerous
gatherings.
Never a problem.
But the idea of appearing before a
group of five and six year olds was freak-
ing me out.
The week before, my daughter bailed
me out. “You’re always telling them about
your days in the Navy, Dad,” she said, “just
read them a pirate story.”
So, I picked out a pirate story, “How I
Became a Pirate,” (available at your local
library) and started planning.
The simple story didn’t seem like
enough, though, so I added a class in knot-
tying (every kid should know at least a
square and slip knot) and a treasure hunt.
For the treasure hunt, I borrowed my
grandson’s treasure chest (which I filled
with Tootsie Pops).
The night before the big day, I tossed
and turned and woke up a half dozen
times worrying that I’d mess it up.
The next morning as I was heading out,
my wife (God bless her) called me back to
remind me to put on my pirate shirt (a
blue and white striped polo).
Note to self: Buy her an extra fruity rum
drink for remembering what I always forget.
I stopped first at my daughter’s and got
the pep talk: “Don’t worry, you’ll be great.”
At the school, they sat me in the special
celebrity chair and my granddaughter
introduced me as “my special grandpa
who does silly things with me.”
Talk about putting pressure on a guy.
The story went pretty well, and by the
end the little boys and girls were yelling
“aargh,” and “avast, there matey” like real
pirates.
There were a few bumps during the
session on the knots but each student
ended up with a hand-tied bracelet made
with real pirate rope.
The treasure hunt was the topper,
though.
My 20-minute session had already
turned into close to an hour and the kids
needed their afternoon potty break.
It gave me a chance to draw a treasure
map on their chalkboard and hide the chest.
I hid it good, too. It took them about 10
minutes of semi-orderly discussion and
searching to find the chest.
The children put their treasure in their
backpacks to take home and thanked me
for being their “celebrity pirate.”
Which brings us back to Memorial Day
weekend: My granddaughter was so
inspired that she had her mom take her to
the library where she “got a whole bunch
of pirate books.”
You know, I probably would have made
a pretty good pirate or, at least, a pirate
recruiter at that. I
Does and Don’ts
{ PAUL J. DOE, FORMER EDITOR, CUMBERLAND NEWS }
Life’s
Treasures
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A 10-year wedding anniversary, holidays with the family,
and silly times with the grandkids, just to name a few.
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JUNE 5 THROUGH JUNE 9
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.
Country Dancing. The Centerton Country
Club & Event Center, 1022 Almond Rd.,
Pittsgrove. 7–11 p.m.
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. Centerton
Country Club & Event Center, Ten22 Bar &
Grill, 1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove, 358-
3325. 6–8 p.m. Magician and sleight of
hand illusionist performs his world-class
magic.
THURSDAY, JUNE 7
LUNAFEST. SJH Fitness Connection, W.
Sherman Ave., Vineland. 7:30 p.m.
Nationwide film festival of award-winning
short films, by, for and about women,
hosted again this year by Vineland
Gynecology Associates. $10 for general
admission and $8 for students and sen-
iors. Fifteen percent of every dollar raised
goes to LUNAFEST’s main beneficiary, the
Breast Cancer Fund, and 85 percent of
every dollar raised in Vineland goes the
New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women.
To preview the films, visit http://www.luna
fest.org/vineland. 856-462-6350.
JUNE 8 THROUGH 11
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.
JUNE 8, 9, AND 10
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.: TBA. Sat.: TBA.
Nightlife at Bojo’s. 222 N. High St.,
Millville, 327-8011. Tues.: Bike Nite with
live entertainmnet. Thurs.: Karaoke. Fri.:
Mike Bryan Band.. Sat.: DJ/band. Bojo's is
under new ownership. Daily drink and food
specials.
Nightlife at Old Oar House. Old Oar
House Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville,
293-1200. Wed.: Karaoke 9 p.m., Thurs.:
Open Mic night with Danny Eyer, 9 p.m.
Fri.: Danny Eyer Band, 9 p.m., Sat.: Trashbag
Poncho, 9 p.m.
EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Top 40 Dance Party w/ DJ Tony Morris.
The Cosmopolitan. 3513 S. Delsea Dr,,
Vineland. All of the most popular main-
stream dance music. 765-5977.
FRIDAY, JUNE 8
Patty Lax. Bogart’s Bookstore. 210 N.
High St., Millville. Free admission. Live
acoustic, 7–9 p.m.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9
Merritt and Andrea. Bogart’s Bookstore.
210 N. High St., Millville. Free admission.
7–9 p.m.
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Illustrations by Jennifer and Ryan
Hoxworth. Vineland Public Library,
1058 E. Landis Ave., Vineland. Ryan
and Jennifer are avid collectors of
LEGOs, which is a strong source of
inspiration for their illustrations
including this exhibit. They have
always enjoyed creating art and like
designing works that are engaging to
all ages. Both Ryan and Jennifer
donated illustrations for “Imagine
What’s Possible” a children’s book
published by the American Cancer
Society to help children with cancer.
A “Meet the Artists” reception takes
place on Thursday, June 28 from
6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Doris Tripp
Room.
Ryan Hoxworth graduated with a 4.0 GPA (Summa Cum Laude) with a Bachelor
of Arts degree in Art from Rowan University. He is working towards his Masters
degree in Media Design at Full Sail University, where he continues to maintain a 4.0
GPA. Included among the awards Ryan has received are the Chi Alpha Sigma –
Athlete Honor Society Medallion Award, Golden Key International Honor Society
Medallion Award, Mortar
Board National College
Senior Honor Society
Medallion Award, and
the Math Department’s
Achievements in
Mathematics Award.
Hoxworth is a graphic
design professor and a
graphic designer.
Jennifer Hoxworth
earned a Bachelor of
Arts in Mathematics and
a Bachelor of Arts in Art
from Rowan University,
while maintaining a 4.0 GPA (Summa Cum Laude). She earned many awards,
including the James Shafer Medallion Award, the Dean’s Senior Recognition Award,
and the Math Department’s Achievements in Mathematics Award. She has success-
fully competed in various mathematics competitions, both national and internation-
al. Jennifer is currently working on her Master of Arts in Mathematics at Rowan
University, where she is a Graduate Assistant, and still maintains a 4.0 GPA.
The display is available during regular library hours: M– T (10-8), Friday (10-5)
and Saturday (11-4). All areas of the library are handicap accessible. Call the library
at 794-4244 for more information. Visit the library’s web page
http://www.vinelandlibrary.org to learn more about library exhibits and programs.
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Landis Ave., Vineland, 692-5353. Live
music. Sets: 11 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.
Jazz In June: Brian Betz. Bellview
Winery, 150 Atlantic St., Landisville. 4
p.m. Outdoor evening includes wine and
live jazz music. $5. 856-697-71724.
FRIDAY, JUNE 15
The Trio. The Gazebo@The Oar House,
123 N. High St., Millville, 293-0556.76 and
8:15 p.m. J. Jody Janetta-drums, Stephen
Testa-bass and Elliott Levin-tenor/flute.
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THIS SATURDAY AT LANDIS THEATER
The First Ladies of Rock and Soul. Landis
Theater, E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 691-1121. 9 p.m.
Turn the clock back to a time and place in music
history that only comes around once. Or does it?
This electrifying performance of the 1960s Girl
Groups will take you there. You will see and hear
14 top-notch professional musicians cranking out
these timeless gems made famous by: The
Supremes, Ronettes, Martha & the Vandellas,
Chiffons, Marvelettes, Shirelles, Cystals, Mary Wells
and many more...
American Graffiti. Landis Theater, E. Landis Ave.,
Vineland. 2 and 7 p.m. Shown in conjunction with
the Cruise On The Avenue.; the movie will be fol-
lowed with a live performance by The First Ladies of
Rock and Soul for just $20. For the movie only: $7
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Andrea Trattoria, 1833 Harding Hwy.,
Newfield, 697-8400. Chef/owner Andrea
Covino serves up Italian specialties in
atmosphere of fine dining.
Annata Wine Bar, 216 Bellevue Ave,
Hammonton, 609-704-9797. Food served
tapas style, catering, private parties.
Extensive wine list. Live music Thurs. night.
Babe's Village Inn, Martinelli Avenue,
Minotola, NJ 856-697-1727. Famous crabs,
seafood, Italian cuisine. Eat in or Take out.
Bagel University, 1406 S. Main Rd.,
Vineland, 691-0909. Breakfast and lunch
spot offering sandwiches named for col-
leges near and far.
Barbera’s Chocolates on Occasion, 782 S.
Brewster Rd., Vineland, 690-9998.
Homemade chocolates and candies, custom
gift baskets.
Bennigan’s Restaurant, 2196 W. Landis
Ave., Vineland, 205-0010. Entrees, desserts,
drink specials. Take-out. Happy Hour Mon-
Fri 3pm-7pm, Sun-Thu 10pm-cl. All Sports
packages available. NBA League Pass, NHL
Center Ice, & MLB Extra Innings.
Big Apple, 528 N. Harding Hwy., Vineland,
697-5500. Steaks, veal, chicken dishes.
Meet friends at bar. Daily lunch and dinner.
Big John’s Pizza Queen, 1383 S. Main Rd.,
Vineland, 205-0012. Featuring “Gutbuster”
a 21-oz. burger, pizza, wings, subs, dinners.
Black Olive Restaurant. 782 S. Brewster Rd,
Vineland. 457-7624. 7 a.m. - 10 p.m daily.
Entrees, desserts. Take out available.
Bojo’s Ale House, 222 N. High St., Millville,
327-8011. All food is homemade, including
the potato chips.
Bombay Bites, 112 W. Chestnut Ave.,
Vineland, 696-0036. Indian cuisine. $8.95
lunch buffet ($5.99 on Mondays).
Bruni's Pizzeria. 2184 N. 2nd St., Millville
(856) 825-2200. Award-winning pizza since
1956. Open Mon-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sun.
11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Bruno's Family Restaurant, Cape May Ave.
and Tuckahoe Rd., Dorothy, 609-476-4739.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, pizza. Open Mon-
Sat. 7 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Chow’s Garden 1101 N. 2nd St., Millville,
327-3259. Sushi Bar, All-you-can-eat buffet.
Cosmopolitan Restaurant Lounge, Bakery,
3513 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland, 765-5977.
Happy hour everyday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. half-
priced appetizers, and reduced drink
specials.
Crust N Krumbs Bakery, Main/Magnolia
rds., 690-1200. Cakes, pies, cookies,
breads, doughnuts, custom wedding cakes.
Dakota Steakhouse & Sushi Bar at Ramada,
W. Landis Ave. and Rt. 55, Vineland, 692-
8600. Stylish atmosphere perfect for an
upscale lunch or dinner. Delicious steaks,
seafood and sushi. Closed Monday for dinner.
Deeks Deli & Kustard Kitchen, 1370 S.
Main Rd., Vineland, 691-5438. Call for lunch
and dinner specials. Soft ice cream and
cakes year-round. Mon.-Sat 9 a.m.–8 p.m.
Denny’s, 1001 W. Landis Ave., Vineland,
696-1900. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Take-
out, too. Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 3-7 p.m.
Open 24 hours. Kids eat free Tues. & Sat.
Dominick’s Pizza, 1768 S. Lincoln Ave.,
Vineland, 691-5511. Family time-honored
recipes, fresh ingredients.
Double Eagle Saloon, 1477 Panther Rd.,
Vineland, 213-6176. Open for lunch and din-
ner. Traditional tavern fair.
Elmer Diner, 41 Chestnut St., Elmer. 358-
3600. Diverse menu of large portions at
reasonable prices.
Esposito's Maplewood III, 200 N. Delsea
Dr., Vineland, 692-2011. Steaks, seafood and
pasta dishes at this Italian restaurant.
Eric’s, 98 S. West Ave., Vineland, 205-9800.
Greek and American cuisine, pizza.
Fat Jack's BBQ. Cumberland Mall, next to
Starbucks, 825-0014. Open 7 days a week,
11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Eat in or take out. Serving
ribs, wings, sandwiches, salads and sides.
Five Points Inn, E. Landis Ave. and Tuckahoe
Rd., Vineland, 691-6080. Italian cuisine and
dinner buffets to savor. Family-owned.
Gardella’s Ravioli Co. & Italian Deli,
527 S. Brewster Rd., 697-3509. Name says
it all. Daily specials, catering. Closed Sun.
Gina’s Ristorante, Landis and Lincoln Aves.
in ShopRite Plaza, Vineland. Serving dinner
Tues.-Thurs., 4-9 p.m.; Friday & Sat., 4–10
p.m.; Reservations recommended. 205-0049.
Golden Palace Diner Restaurant 2623 S
Delsea Dr, Vineland, 692-5424. Serving
breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
The Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf Course,
4049 Italia Rd., Vineland, 691-5558.
Restaurant and lounge open to the public
for lunch Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Harry’s Pub at Ramada, W. Landis Ave. and
Rt. 55, Vineland, 696-8600. Lunch & dinner
7 days a week. Happy hour daily 4-6pm
with half price appetizers. Live
Entertainment Wednesday thru Saturday.
High Street Chinese Buffet, High St.,
Millville, 825-2288. All-you-can-eat buffet.
Jersey Jerry's. 1362 S. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland, 362-5978. Serving subs, sand-
wiches, and take-out platters.
Joe's Poultry. 440 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland,
692-8860. Barbecue and Kosher chickens,
homemade sides, catering.
Kawa Thai & Sushi, 2196 N. Second St.
(Rt.47), Millville, 825-9939. Thai and
Japanese cuisine. BYOB.
Larry's II Restaurant, 907 N. Main Rd.,
Vineland, 692-9001. Three meals daily.
Sunday breakfast buffet, early-bird dinners.
La Locanda Pizzeria & Ristorante, 1406 S.
Main Rd., Vineland, 794-3332. Pasta, veal,
chicken. Lunch and dinner. Closed Sun.
Marciano’s Restaurant, 947 N. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland, 563-0030. Italian-American cui-
sine, seafood and veal. Open daily for lunch
and dinner, Sunday breakfast buffet.
Martino’s Trattoria & Pizzeria, 2614 E.
Chestnut Ave., Vineland, 692-4448. Brick oven
pizza, risotto, polenta. Three meals daily.
Merighi's Savoy Inn, E. Landis Ave. and
Union Rd., Vineland, 691-8051.
Banquet/wedding facility and intimate
restaurant. Dungeness Crabs Night on
Tuesdays in the Bistro. Gourmet Pizza Nite
on Wed. Outdoor dining in the adjacent
Luna’s Outdoor Bar & Grille.
Millville Queen Diner, 109 E. Broad Street,
Millville. 327-0900. Open daily, 24 Hours.
Milmay Tavern, Tuckahoe and Bear’s Head
rds., Milmay, 476-3611. Gourmet lunches
and dinners, casual setting.
Moe’s Southwest Grill, 2188 N. 2nd St.,
Millville, 825-3525. Tex-Mex, burritos, catering.
Mori’s, E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 690-0300.
Adjacent to the Landis Theater Performing
Arts Center. Includes a “casual, upscale”
restaurant with a banquet facility and
lounge on site. Lunch and dinner.
MVP Bar, 408 Wheat Road, Vineland, 697-
9825. Full bar menu, drink specials.
Neptune Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge,
1554 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland, 692-2800.
Live lobsters, seafood, prime rib, steak,
cocktails.
Old Oar House Irish Pub, 123 N. High
Street Millville, 293-1200. New menu,
kitchen open until 1 a.m. Smoker friendly
outdoor beer garden.
Olympia Restaurant, 739 S. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland, 691-6095. Authentic Greek cui-
sine—lamb dishes and salads.
Pegasus, Rts. 40 and 47, Vineland, 694-
0500. Breakfast, lunch, dinner specials;
convenient drive-thru, mini-meal specials.
The Rail, 1252 Harding Hwy., Richland, 697-
1440. Bar and restaurant with daily drink
specials and lunch specials.
Saigon, 2180 N. Second St., Millville, 327-
8878. Authentic Vietnamese—noodle soups,
curry, hotpot, Buddhist vegetarian.
Speedway Cafe at Ramada, W. Landis Ave.
and Rt. 55, Vineland, 696-8600. Open Daily,
6 a.m.-11 p.m. Breakfast served all day.
Daily specials Monday thru Friday. Over 30
dinner selections at 2 for $19.99 and also 7
for $7.00 available daily starting at 3 pm.
Sweet Life Bakery, 601 E. Landis Ave.,
Vineland, 692-5353. Neighborhood bakery.
Homemade pastries, cakes, coffee.
Ten22 Bar & Grill at Centerton Country
Club, 1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove, 358-
3325. Lunch and dinner. New tavern menu
features soups, salads, burgers, sandwich-
es, wraps and entree selections. Sunday
Brunch extravaganza.
Uncle Ricky’s Outdoor Bar, 470 E. Wheat
Rd., Vineland, 691-4454. Ribs, chicken, fish,
steaks. Always clams, eat in or take out.
Live music Saturday & Sunday night.
Dungeness Crab All You Can Eat.
Villa Fazzolari, 821 Harding Hwy., Buena
Vista, 697-7107. Dinner combos, grilled
meats, fish. Lunch and dinner daily.
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Tickets are available after masses and at the Parish
office from Monday thru Friday 9:00 am until 4:00 pm
or Call (856) 213-6259 or (856) 697-5226
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corn on the cob, fried peppers, tomato basil pasta salad,
roll w/butter & dessert. Also available: Sausage & Peppers
sandwiches, hot dogs, french fries, funnel cakes, home-made
desserts, soda, beer & coffee!
Featuring: Nostalgia Nights Car Show, Chinese Auction,
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This column, and the next bunch,
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when temperatures start to hit sweltering
levels.
I will do my best to share quick and
easy recipes that need very little cooking
time to no cooking time at all, so you can
keep cool while satisfying the hungry folk
in your life. Here’s to a happy and healthy
summer to all!
Tuna Egg Salad
2 (5 oz.) cans water packed albacore
tuna, drained and flaked
3 hard boiled eggs, chopped
1 tbs. onion, finely chopped
1 tbs. celery, finely chopped
6 - 8 tbs. olive oil mayonnaise
2 tsp. yellow mustard (optional)
Sea salt, to taste (optional)
Black pepper, to taste
In a mixing bowl, add tuna, egg, onion,
celery, mayonnaise, mustard, salt and pep-
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blended and stuff inside a whole grain
pita, or between two pieces of your
favorite bread or roll. Another option:
Forego the bread and spoon into slightly
hollowed-out tomatoes, or scoop onto a
bed of lettuce.
Chicken, Sun-Dried Tomato &
Feta Wrap
3 tbs. olive oil (from the sun-dried
tomatoes)
2 tbs. balsamic vinegar
Sea salt, to taste
Black pepper, to taste
4 (10-inch) whole-wheat or multi-
grain tortillas
8 large romaine lettuce leaves
2 cups shredded skinless, rotisserie
chicken breast
8 (olive oil packed) sun-dried toma-
toes, halved
1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese
In a bowl, mix together olive oil, vine-
gar, salt and pepper; add shredded chicken
to the mixture, toss and set aside.
Assemble the wraps by placing 2 lettuce
leaves onto each wrap. Then, using a slot-
ted spoon or tongs, evenly distribute the
chicken onto the lettuce of each wrap, top
chicken with sun-dried tomatoes and a
sprinkle of feta cheese. Drizzle any left-
over dressing, if desired, and roll up the
wraps. Cut in half diagonally, and 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.
Cool Cooking
As the dog days of summer approach,
stay cool by avoiding the oven or grill.
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snacks and meals, but they also have
health benefits. Seeds offer anti-inflam-
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health, and supply essential minerals. TOPS
Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), a non-
profit weight-loss support organization,
explains how various seeds can boost a meal’s
nutrition.
Pumpkin seeds are rich with protein
minerals, including magnesium, manganese,
iron, copper, and zinc. They are thought to
promote prostate health, strengthen bones,
and reduce inflammation. Sprinkle pumpkin
seeds over a salad, add them to trail mix, toss
the seeds with pasta, or blend them into a
muffin mix.
Chia seeds are high in omega-3 fatty
acids, which can have a positive impact on
cholesterol. Add them to yogurt, cereal, or
oatmeal to get a boost of fiber, calcium, and
protein. Dr. Andrew Weil, integrated medi-
cine expert and author, recommends soaking
two tablespoons of chia seeds in water for 15
to 30 minutes, then stirring the mixture into
your water or sports drink for added
stamina during a workout.
Sunflower seeds are a good
source of vitamin E, which serves as
an antioxidant and contains anti-
inflammatory properties. They also
offer copper and selenium, protecting
your muscles. Add sunflower seeds to
a fresh salad, mix into chicken salad,
sprinkle over meat, or grind them up
for a spread.
Sesame seeds are a rich source of copper,
which may provide arthritis relief. They also
contain calcium and magnesium, which may
lower blood pressure, protect against osteo-
porosis, and more. Mix them with steamed
vegetables, sautéed fish or chicken, or add
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Flaxseed contains alpha linolenic acid
(ALA), an omega-3 fat, which may positively
impact cholesterol, promote bone health,
protect against heart disease, and reduce
inflammation. Look for milled flaxseed,
ground flaxseed, or flax meal, which is easier
to digest, helping your body absorb more of
the nutrients. Include it in muffin or pancake
mixes, or blend flaxseed into a fruit smoothie.
Sacha Inchi nuts (“Inca Peanuts”) con-
tain omega-3 fatty acids and tryptophan, an
amino acid, which can help the body control
appetite and sleep. They are also a great
source of protein. Use Sacha Inchi nuts in a
trail mix or purchase roasted nuts at a health
food store.
TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly) is the original weight-loss support
and wellness education organization.
Founded more than 64 years ago, TOPS is the
only nonprofit, noncommercial weight-loss
organization of its kind. TOPS promotes suc-
cessful weight management with a “Real
People. Real Weight Loss.SM” philosophy
that combines support from others at weekly
chapter meetings, healthy eating, regular
exercise, and wellness information. TOPS has
about 170,000 members—male and female,
age seven and older—in nearly 10,000 chap-
ters throughout the United States and
Canada.
Visitors are welcome to attend their first
TOPS meeting free of charge. Membership is
affordable at just $28 per year in the U.S. and
$32 per year in Canada, plus nominal chapter
fees. To find a local chapter, view
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seeds, buy them raw. Roast seeds at
375 degrees, because higher temper-
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on baked goods or to eat out of hand.
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HAPPENINGS
EVERY THURSDAY
DivorceCare Series. Vineland First
Church of the Nazarene, N. Delsea Dr. and
Forest Grove Rd., Vineland. 6:30-7:45 p.m.
Open to all men and women experiencing
divorce or separation. No church affilia-
tion necessary. Seminar Sessions Include:
"Facing Your Anger"; "Facing Your
Loneliness"; "Depression"; "Forgiveness"
and more. DivorceCare uses a video
series featuring some of the nation's fore-
most experts on divorce and recovery top-
ics. This is an on-going series. Free, child
care provided. 697-4945.
FIRST AND THIRD THURSDAYS
Grupo de Autismo. Convent, 23 W.
Chestnut Ave., Vineland. 10 a.m.–12 noon.
Group of families with children diagnosed
with autism. Share information, ideas,
experiences, and suppport. Addressed to
the Hispanic community and people with
special needs. 882-8929,
https://www.facebook.com/gdautismo.com
EVERY TUESDAY
Free Educational Consultations.
Cumberland Christian School, 1100 W.
Sherman Ave., Vineland. Consultations and
a tour of the campus for those who are
interested in a Christian education for their
children. Call for an appointment or stop
by any Tuesday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Now
accepting applications for the 2012-2013
year, for grades K3-12th. Stop by or call
856-696-1600, ext 301.,
www.cccrusader.org
FRIDAY, JUNE 8
Literacy Volunteers of Gloucester
County Spring Fling. Heritage Vineyards,
Mullica Hill. 7 p.m. Adele Ann Taylor is
featured speaker. Wines will be provided
for tasting by both Joe Canal’s and the
Heritage Winery. Many restaurants provide
refreshments. Event includes a charity auc-
tion. Tickets $45 and can be obtained by
phone at 856-218-4743, or online at
www.tinyurl.com/literacy2012. For more
information, call 856-218-4743, or visit
www.literacyvgc.org
SATURDAY, JUNE 9
6th Annual Kite & Color Festival and
3rd Bone Marrow Donors Registration
Drive. Buena Vista Camping Resort, 775
Harding Hwy., Buena. Rain date June 16.
Free event T shirt, kites and threads, col-
ors, live entertainment and water blasters
for kids (all while supplies last).
Complimentary snacks and dinner for tick-
ets bought on or before June 7. Tickets
purchased on or before June 1: $15. After
June 1: $20. Kids under age 5 are free. Buy
tickets at www.monadarling.com/ events or
mail a check / make ACH payment to:
Friends of India Society, PO Box 72,
Millville, NJ 08332. (only cash accepted at
the gate). More details: 856-293-1970.
East Vineland Storm Baseball Club
Beef & Beer. North Italy Hall, East Ave.
and Virano Ln., Vineland. 7–11 p.m. Dinner,
dancing, live/silent auctions. Door prizes.
SUNDAY, JUNE 17
Father's Day Car Wash. Veterans
Memorial School, 424 S. Main Rd.,
Vineland. 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Interact Club
will be hosting the car wash. $5 for
cars, $7 for trucks. Wash, towel dry
and shine the wheels.
Run For Aaron Supports Big Brothers Big
Sisters
This past spring, the 6th annual Run
for Aaron was held in East Vineland at
the Our Lady of Pompeii Church on Dante
Avenue. The event is run by the Ploch
family in memory of their beloved son
Aaron Charles Ploch. Aaron was an active
and loving young boy who passed away
suddenly in 1999 at the age of 10. This
year’s run supported the The Aaron Ploch
Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded
each year to deserving students from the
Vineland area and Big Brothers Big
Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is honored to announce that for the second con-
secutive year, the Ploch Family has chosen the local youth-mentoring pro-
gram as their charity of choice. Funding from the Run for Aaron will help the
organization serve more children and families within the next year. Support
such as this helps Big Brothers Big Sisters provide long-term, outcome-
based, mentoring programs to children at no charge to the children, parents
or volunteer mentors.
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Voyage. Starfish Boats, 42nd St. and the
Bay, Sea Isle City. 6–9 p.m. Adults-only
event. All passengers must be 21 years of
age to board the boat. As per state law,
proper identification is required. Donation
$30 per person, and includes food and
entertainment. There will a cash bar. No
bring your own beverages. Dress for the
weather, and no high heels allowed. 794-
6700, ext. 2510, Kathy McCabe at Ext.
Thunder in the Park. Giampietro Park,
Vineland. 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Features a motor-
cycle poker run, classic cars, music, food
and craft vendors and a kids’ section. The
event is family-friendly and all proceeds
benefit programs for youth. 856-896-0244.
Jake Ewan’s 3rd Annual Kids for a
Cure. Minotola Fire Company, Wheat Rd.,
Minotola. 1−5 p.m. Fun-filled family day;
all children must be accompianed by an
adult. Lemonade, popcorn, cotton candy,
pretzels, basket auctions, music, games,
bake sale, dancing, giveaways. Meet
Alex’s lemonade hero Ambassador fami-
lies. All proceeds benefit Alex’s
Lemonade Stand. For details:
Stinkyjake818@yahoo.com or 856-982-
6860. Businesses will be recognized for
any donations on the day of the event
Fashion Show & Luncheon for
Prostate Cancer Awareness. SJH
Fitness Connection, 1430 W. Sherman
Ave., Vineland. 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cumberland County Cancer Coalition and
the Raving Beauty Boutique and Salon
will be hosting the free event. Space is
limited so register ASAP by calling 800-
770-7547.
SUNDAY, JUNE 10
Bat Ami Chapter of Hadassah Donor
Brunch. Beth Israel Congregation, 1015
E. Park Ave., Vineland. 10.30 a.m.
Entertainment by Isaiah and Monica
Brooks. New officers will be installed.
Hadassah is the largest Women's
Volunteer Organization in the World.
Donations go to cancer research. 856-
691-3347.
Chicken Barbecue. St. Michael Church
Grove, 504 S. West Ave., Minotola. 11
a.m.–5 p.m. Fundraiser for Our Lady of
The Blessed Sacrament. Chicken platter
includes half chicken, corn on cob, fried
peppers, tomato basil pasta salad, roll
with butter, dessert. $10. 856-697-1986.
Semper Marine Detachment
Breakfast/Flag Retirement. Semper
Marine Detachment #205, 2041 W. Landis
Ave., Vineland. 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. All you can
eat breakfast. $7, $4 for children under 12,
5 and under free. At 1 p.m., there will be a
flag retirement ceremony by the
Detachment and the South Jersey Young
Marines. Anyone that has an American
Flag that needs to be retired can bring it
with them. 692-4300.
Chicken Barbecue. Sts. Peter and Paul
Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 77 Hogbin
Rd., Millville. 12 noon-4 p.m. Rain or
shine, eat in or take out. $10 per platter.
Homemade potato pierogies-varenyky
available for purchase ($7 a dozen). 856-
825-6720.
TUESDAY, JUNE 12
City 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 conferences at 7
p.m., at the Council Caucus Room, City
Hall. No formal official action shall be taken
at any such pre-meeting conference.
Business Builders Series: Accumulating
Cash to Start Your Business. Gloucester
County Library, 2 Center St., Glassboro. 6–8
p.m. Register: 856-338-1177. Hosted by
LAEDA (The Latin American Economic
Development Association, Inc.)
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• Parish of All Saints Senior Club
(Millville) trip to the Walnut Theatre in
Philadelphia on Wednesday, June 20.
Show is “A Grand Night for Singing,” it
is a tribute to Rodgers &
Hammerstein.. Bus departs St. John
Bosco’s parking lot (Rt 49 and Hillcrest
Ave.)Millville at 4 p..m. Dinner at your
own expense at the Adelphia
Restaurant in Deptford (about 4:45
p.m.). Will return to SJB at 10:15 p.m.
Price $45 includes show ticket, bus,
and driver’s tip. Call 856-825-5723.
• The Senior Club of St. Padre Pio
Parish, 4680 Dante Avenue, Vineland,
is sponsoring a bus trip to Mohegan
Sun Casino at Pocono Downs on
Wednesday, July 25. The cost is
$30pp. Receive back $24 slot play and
a $10 food voucher. Depart Our Lady of
Pompeii parking lot at 8 a.m. and
return at 8 p.m. Contact Rosemary at
856-226-3451.
• St. Padre Pio Parish Senior Club in
Vineland is sponsoring a bus trip to the
Smoky Mountains for a 6 day, 5 night
stay, October 15th ˆ 20th. $580 PP-
double occupancy; $555 PP - triple
occupancy; $740 PP - single occupan-
cy. Package includes five breakfasts
and three full course dinners; shows at
the Comedy Barn, Smoky Mountain
Opry; Tour and tasting at the Ole
Smoky Tennessee Moonshine; Smoky
Mountain Tour and more. Bus departs
Rosary Hall parking lot (4680 Dante
Avenue, Vineland) at 7 am. $250
deposit due with each reservation;
Payment in full due by 9/7/12. Full
refund given 30 days prior to trip. Call
Rosemary at 856-226-3451 for reserva-
tions or more information.
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Carmen Chen won Best in Show in
the 2012 Vineland High School Student
Art Exhibition, for her pen and ink
drawing "Wedding." The exhibition and
judging was held on May 10, at the
Vineland Public Library. The displays
consisted of artwork created by a range
of age groups and skill levels through
an array of mediums studied and har-
nessed throughout the 2012 school
year, said Michael Murro, an art teacher
at the high school.
The art department also selected
three judges to carefully review and
judge every piece on display. Awards
were presented for first, second, third
place, and honorable mention in a vari-
ety of categories in both 2D and 3D
media.
Carmen Chen (left) shows off “Wedding” with art teacher, Michael Murro.
Health Fair Teaches About County Resources
CompleteCare Health
Network, Millville Public
Schools and the Human
Relations Commission
hosted the 5th Annual
Health Fair on May 10 at
Lakeside Middle School.
This popular event gave
6th, 7th and 8th grade
students tips and tools
on how to lead healthy
lifestyles and the oppor-
tunity to learn about health resources that are available in the community.
Some 1,200 students participated by visiting with 25 representatives from a
variety of local services. As part of the event, students were asked to fill out a
questionnaire after they had visited to the different tables to show what they
learned. The forms were then entered into a raffle and the winners were given $25
Target gift cards.
From left: Kristi Abel, Health/ PE Teacher; Nancy Egan, Commissioner Human Relations
Commission; Meghan Spinelli, CompleteCare; Kady Mae Makos, 8th Grade; William Denson,
6th grade; Sean Dority, 8th Grade. Not pictured: Jesmaril Barreto, 7th grade.
Delsea Students Honored
Delsea Regional High School Juniors Jordan
Casey and Pat Carione were selected to receive
the 2012 Student Sage Recognition Nomination
from Russell Sage College. This nomination
guarantees eligibility for a scholarship ranging up
to $15,000 for each year of study, should Casey
and/or Carione attend Russell Sage College.
Casey is the daughter of Alan and Denise
Casey of Franklinville. She is a member of the
National Honor Society, Atheneaum League, Key
Club and is a peer transition leader. She has also
participated on the tennis and golf teams as well as Delsea’s Relay for Life team to
support the American Cancer Society. She plans are to attend a four-year college,
followed by graduate school majoring in biomedical engineering.
Carione is the son of Bill and Diane Carione of Franklinville. He is a member of
Student Government Association, National Honor Society, Key Club and Peer
Transitions. Additionally, he was a member of the soccer team and he also plays to
participate on Delsea’s Relay for Life team to support the American Cancer
Society. His future plans are to attend a four-year college majoring in chemistry.
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Camps for ages 3 to 15 years old – begins in two weeks on June 18th!
Camp Mini-Me • Camp Hiawatha • Camp Merrywood • Specialty Camps
Each camp offers something new and exciting every day! Camps run for 10 weeks
with a different theme – America Rocks, Superhero Training, Water Works and more!
Swimming is offered at each camp! Lunch provided at Mini-Me and Hiawatha
Camp Merrywood for ages 9-15 years old – located at our beautiful 80
acre campground. Transportation is provided from the Y to and from camp.
Campers will experience bike trails, zip line, miniature golf,
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Students Attend Vineland Founder's Day Preview
All third grade stu-
dents of the Vineland
Public Schools attend-
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Founder’s Day preview
on Friday, May 18, an
event provided by vol-
unteers with the
Friends of Historic
Vineland and other
community support-
ers, said Ross Stanger,
a district supervisor of
instruction.
"Dr. Frank DeMaio is
the President of ‘the
Friends,’ and has
directed and organized the activities since its inception approximately 15 years
ago," said Stanger. "Beautiful weather allowed students to see history come alive
through presentations by a variety of re-enactors such as Dr. Welch, Charles K.
Landis, Sojourner Truth, Mary Treat, and the Jersey Devil. The living history les-
sons reinforced what students learned from a workbook entitled, 'Ticket To
Vineland,' with which students work throughout the year.
Students also wrote essays about what they learned about Vineland’s history,
and winning students were provided with a certificate of achievement and com-
memorative coins from the centennial anniversary of the city from 1961. These
coins were generously provided as keepsakes for the children by Mrs. Elaine
Greenberg, a member of the Friends of Historic Vineland. The coins were printed
as legal currency for use with participating businesses for the year 1961.
Vineland third graders are given a presentation on tools and weapons of the Civil War era.
Rossi School Participates in State Police Top
Physical Challenge
Five students from Rossi Middle Score had perfect scores in the recent New
Jersey State Police Top Physical Challenge (TPC) administered at the school,
said school officials.
The top five included Michael Cephas, Treh Bordley, Koreah Stratton, Victoria
Mason and Breanna Suppi. Thirty students in grades 6-8 at Rossi participated in
the program. Rossi was the only school in Vineland to participate.
The Top Physical Challenge is a statewide program designed to show students
the importance of fitness as a way of life and ties fitness with law enforcement
and the New Jersey State Police. The challenge began with an introduction of all
TPC personnel, a brief history of the State Police, and the importance of fitness
in law enforcement. TPC personnel then administered a battery of fitness tests
designed to assess students in the areas of muscular endurance, anaerobic
power, speed, and agility. The physical assessment included push-ups, sit-ups,
flexed arm hang exercise, shuttle run, and the broad jump.
Two of the top five at Rossi will be chosen to compete for top honors June 5
against other NJ students with perfect scores at the New Jersey State Police
Academy in Sea Girt.
Rossi students who accepted the Top Physical Challenge with their certificates from the
NJ State Police.
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The faculty at The Ellison School
recently tested out a new approach to
teaching and achieved an "Overnight"
success. Toward the end of May, the
Upper School (Grades 5-8) faculty
accompanied their students on the
school's first-ever Academic Overnight.
"We decided to replace our tradition-
al Academic Fair with an Academic
Overnight," says Caroline Chapman,
Head of School. “The thought behind it
was to offer our students a variety of
opportunities to learn from hands-on,
experiencial activities."
During a 24-hour period, the stu-
dents participated in a number of aca-
demic sessions taught by staff mem-
bers. These included: Pond Monsters
(water testing), Geo Caching,
Camouflage, Creative Writing, Nature
Photography, Landscape Drawing, Golf,
Journalism, Volleyball, and Wilderness
Triva. They also took part in an evening
astronomy program during which they
used sophisticated telescopes to view
individual stars, satellites, constella-
tions, and planets. Falconry is another
subject covered as the students partici-
pated in a presentation by a local fal-
coner who brought along two hawks.
Beyond the academics, the students
were given free time during which they
played sports, did arts and crafts, spent
time with friends, took a guided night
time walk, and more.
"Each student kept a journal during
the trip and prepared a formal reflec-
tion afterward," said Chapman. "The
reflections are priceless as they clearly
show the positive impact this trip had
on the kids. We can't wait to do it again
next year."
Top: Working by the pond on his landscape drawing is Fifth Grader Michael Mauger of
Millville; Middle: Camouflaged and holding a hawk during the falconry demonstration is
Sixth Grader Paxton Antonucci of Mays Landing; Bottom: Using microscopes to examine
their "Pond Monster" finds are Seventh Graders Jake Aulffo of Vineland (left), Spencer
Infranco of Vineland (center) and Daniel Farrell of Pittsgrove.
Delsea Holds College and Career Fair
Delsea Regional High School
held its 14th annual college and
career fair on May 24. Over 70
representatives from a variety of
post-secondary institutions;
vocational and technical schools;
business, art, and beauty
schools; the military; and area
businesses and organizations
presented information tables in
the high school gym. Students in
grades 10, 11, and 12 spoke with the representatives about career goals. Parents
were also invited to attend the career fair, sponsored by the Delsea Guidance
Department and organized by HS guidance counselor, Melissa Pilitowski.
From left: Sherron Thomas, Lincoln Technical Institute representative, Carol Labinski, and
Frank Hill.
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thrown about in the news
but do we really know
what they mean and how
they apply to us? The biggest news item in
Real Estate is the Short Sale. A few years
ago, anyone would have been hard pressed
to have even heard the term. Now, roughly
40 percent of our Cumberland County
market is in a short sale.
What is a short sale? In simple terms, a
short sale is when a homeowner needs to
sell due to hardship and finds themselves
short of funds to their mortgage company.
There can be anywhere from one to over
three liens on a property. Creditors hold-
ing liens against real estate can include
primary mortgages, junior lien holders—
such as second mortgages, home equity
lines of credit (HELOC) lenders, home
owners association HOA (special assess-
ment liens)—all of whom will need to
approve individual applications for a
short sale, should they be asked to take
less than what is owed.
The “road map” or foundation to a
successful short sale outcome starts with
understanding the four qualifications for
a short sale. Those four qualifications are:
1. The homeowner must need to sell,
not want to sell.
2. The homeowners must be experi-
encing a genuine hardship that has made
a significant change in their life since
they took out the loan, which now pre-
vents them from paying the mortgage,
such as:
• Loss of job or employment
• Business failure
• Severe illness
• Major health expense
• Divorce
• Legal separation
• Damage to the property
• Job relocation
• Military service
• Death of spouse or wage earner
• Death of non-wage earner
• Property insurance or tax increase
• Payment increase or mortgage
adjustment
• Inheritance
• Incarceration
3. It must be clear that the homeowner
does not have assets to pay off the mort-
gage.
4. It must be evident that the home-
owner is having or will soon have a finan-
cial short fall. Up until now, it has been a
lengthy process. But there has been
increased pressure on lenders to start
moving short sales.
We’ve all heard the joke about a short
sale being anything but short; however,
it’s not funny to the seller or to the buyer
who desires to buy a short sale.
But lenders are becoming more accom-
modating. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
are adopting new guidelines to streamline
the process for short sales, which most
real estate observers expect will outpace
foreclosures in the coming year.
The guidelines, required by the
Federal Housing Finance Agency and
effective June 15, would require servicers
of mortgages backed by Freddie and
Fannie to review and respond to requests
for short sales within 30 calendar days of
receipt of a buyer’s offer. I
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BUY AND SELL HOMES IN VINELAND, NJ
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Each office independently owned and Operated.
1120 E. Landis Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360
NEWFIELD #394637 $159,900
Charming Victorian,surrounded by mature gardens.
Corner lot in the center of town, walking distance to
park, library & school. Perfect Home to start a family.
ADORABLE NEWFIELD VICTORIAN LARGE CUSTOM RANCH CENTER CITY BARGAIN
BUENA BORO #392227 $244,900
Well built 4 bdrm, 2.5 baths, brick ranch on 1acre, 2 replaces &
built-in dinning room hutch, full nished basement with wet bar,
appliances & window treatments included. 2 large garages
with Electric. Buena Regional School district. Landisville
VINELAND #392982 $68,000
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Enterprise Zone. House upstairs includes 1 bedroom apt with
lower level garage & storage. Needs Renovations,Being Sold“As Is”
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SPORTS HAPPENINGS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6
Vineland Stuffed Animals U-14 Girls
Soccer Tryouts. Vineland Soccer
Complex, Spring Rd. and Maple Ave.,
Vineland. 7 - 8:30 p.m. The team will play
tournaments through July 9th and then
will resume after the HS season. The team
plays: College Showcase Tournaments, and
will be in JAGS, MAPS, and NJ State Cup.
Players professionally coached by Esa
Staples and Cris Vaccaro. For more infor-
mation contact: jgfsharon@aol.com
JUNE 4 & 8
Vineland Venom U-12 Boys Soccer
Tryouts. Vineland Soccer Complex, Spring
Rd. and Maple Ave., Vineland. 7 - 8:30
p.m. For boys born between August 1,
2000 and July 31, 2001, these tryouts are
for a Vineland traveling soccer team.
Participants will need to provide a birth
certificate. For more info., call 609-247-
4233.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6
School Counts Golf Classic. Sands
Barrens Golf Club, 1765 Route 9 North,
Swainton. $200 to register. 1 p.m. shotgun
start. With the activites starting at 10:30
a.m., this golf tournament features a golf
clinic, a lunch, the tournament, a dinner
and an award ceremony. Proceeds benefit
the Cumberland County College Schools
Counts Foundation. Rain or shine.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9
9th Annual Run4Ricky 5K. Buena High
School, 274 Friendship Rd., Buena. $15
Registration fee. This annual race supports
the Ricky Wilcox Scholarship Fund, which
awards scholarships for college to out-
standing graduating students and student
athletes from Buena Regional High School.
The event also features a 1 mile walk, a
kid’s fun run, and a BBQ. Partcipants must
be registered by June 7th.
SATURDAY, JUNE 30
Blizz All-Star Cheerleading Team
Placement. Blizz Complex, 345 Lincoln
Ave., Vineland. $15 Ages 3-11, 9 a.m.; Ages
12-18, 10 a.m.; Special needs sign-ups and
parent meeting, 11:15 a.m. Competitive
cheerleading in the Vineland area for ages
3 to 18 and special needs athletes of all
ages. No experience needed. For direc-
tions, visit
www.blizzallstarcheerleading.shutterfly.com
. For more info., email blizzallstars@com-
cast.net
EVERY TUESDAY
Yoga. Café of Life Studio, 1 N. Valley Ave.,
Vineland, 7 - 8:15 p.m. Beginners and
experienced welcome. Soft and gentle:
stretching, breathing, relaxation. Ceci
Brandt, RYT. $10 per class. 207-7893.
EVERY SATURDAY
Canoe & Kayak Trip. Parvin State Park,
701 Almond Rd, Pittsgrove. On Parvin Lake
and Muddy Run. Meet at 10 a.m. at Fire
Ring (between CS 13 and 15). Bring own
boat or rent one nearby. 358-8616.
Hoops For Boomers. YMCA Vineland,
1159 E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 8 - 9 a.m.
Free to Y members. New basketball pro-
gram for adults 40 years and older. Learn
a new skill, enjoy an old pastime, have fun
and connect with others.
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CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
On Saturday, June 16, Newfield
National Bank is putting together a
group of volunteer coaches to help
with the Rotary Club’s Challenger
League on the corner of Wheat
Road and West Avenue in Vineland.
No coaching experience necessary.
The Challenger League gives dis-
abled children a chance to play a
game of baseball with the help of
volunteers. The times of the games
are 1 p.m. and 2:15 p.m. To sign
up, call Rob Tola at 856-692-3440,
ext. 1176 or Donata Dalesandro at
609-364-7108.
CALLING B-BALL PLAYERS, 18 AND UP
Ballgroundz Basketball League is a Vineland-based amateur basketball league
that will provide local basketball players, ages 18 and older, an opportunity to
earn $500 cash by taking first place in the 2012 1st Annual 2-on-2 Summer
Basketball Tournaments-Men’s Division. The tournament will be held on
Saturdays, June 9 and 16, from 12 noon to 7 p.m. at Normandie Park, located
at the corner of W. Chestnut Ave. and Third Street in Vineland. Players who
pre-register during the month of May pay just $15 per player ($30 per team)
to register. And, for just $1, you can hold your team’s spot in the tournament,
with full payment expected by May 31. Players who register after May 31 will
be subject to a fee of $25 per player ($50 per team). For more information,
call 1-888-256-1725 or visit www.ballergroundzbasketballleague.com
Delsea HS JV Baseball Team Wins Tournament
The Delsea Regional High School boys’ JV baseball team placed first in
the 2012 Oakcrest JV Tournament at Oakcrest HS on May 5. They beat
Buena, Oakcrest and Vineland to place first. The team is coached by Tom
Carney and Don Bateman.
From left: (Row 1) Frank
Gaetano, Greg Avis, Tom
Carney, Cody Jelink; (Row 2)
Vince Delpalazzo, Jordan
Bouillon, Nick Henry, Bronson
Deckert, Chris Zeck, Tom
Gearhart; (Row 3) Tommy
Johnson, Nick Layton, Jim
Rupple, Elias Helsel, Matt
Birmingham, Max King, Aiden
Kolanski, Coach Don
Bateman.
BASKETBALL COACH
OFFERS CLINICS
Scott Bittner, Assistant Men’s
Basketball Coach at The Richard
Stockton College of New Jersey, is
offering a series of summer basket-
ball clinics for players in grades 2
through 8 at the Katz Jewish
Community Center, located at 501
N. Jerome Ave., Margate. The clin-
ics will take place at 10 a.m. on
most Fridays and Monday nights at
5:30 p.m. beginning in June. The
clinics feature instruction on bas-
ketball fundamentals and some of
the game’s finer points.
For more information, contact
Bittner at 609-374-6993.
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Need work? Have a business and need more
customers? Why not get the word out through
The Grapevine’s Classifieds?
Advertize your skills and
business in the Classifieds by
calling 856-457-7815.
Having a Yard Sale or Garage Sale?
It’s time to make room in that attic, garage or
basement, and there’s no better way to get the
word out than to advertise your yard sale in
The Grapevine’s Classifieds.
Use the form below, or visit
www.grapevinenewspaper.com/classifieds
Deadline is Friday for the following Wednesday’s paper.
Micro Electric LLC.
Residential repair, addi-
tions, and services.
Bonded and insured.
“no job is too small.”
NJ LIC #14256.
Call 609-501-7777
On-going moving sale!
Many household items.
Monday to Saturday,
starting Saturday, May
5th. From 8 a.m. on. Call
Sonya, 856-285-5616.
Big moving sale! 6/9 &
6/10. 8 a.m. – ?. Rain or
shine. 71 Brown Rd.,
Cedarville. Furniture,
household items, books,
cameras, collectibles,
adult/children’s clothing,
toys and much, much
more!
Earn cash with unique
business: 20 Candy vend-
ing machines, almost new,
for sale. Asking $2,000 or
Best offer. Call 856-
305-1728.
2005 Chrysler Sebring
Convert Touring Edition.
Loaded. New tires, battery.
Excellent condition.
31,000 miles. $11,900.
Call 856-691-2254
Two boxer male dogs for
sale, $300.00 for both.
one is white the other is
brown. They are a year old
and are brothers, crates
included. 856- 982-0596.
New Samsung stainless
steel refrigerator with
french doors. 29 cu. Feet.
Bottom drawer freezer.
$1,500. Negotiable. Call
after 5:30 p.m. 691-2525
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.
Precious Hearts Daycare
Open House. Saturday,
May 19, from 10:00 to
1:00. pm. Christian day-
care for infants 6 weeks
to toddlers 3 years old.
Enroll now for September.
Located on 100 S. 15th
Street, Millville.
856-825-8800.
Jack’s Light to Medium
Hauling Service. Serving
all of Vineland, Millville
and Bridgeton. Will pick up
all junk. Call 856-979-3018
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
AJB III Construction.
Licensed and fully
insured. Windows, doors,
remodeling, and more.
Call us today at 856 332
7865.
Electrical
Contractor
Pete Construction
Specializing in decks,
roofs and home
remodeling. State
licensed and insured.
Call for a free esti-
mate. 856-507-1456.
New matresses, low-
est prices! Twins
start at $149.99; Fulls
at $189; Queens at
$229; and Kings at
$379. Call Jack at
856-935-2930 or
609-420-8739
Krystal Clear, LLC,
Home and Office
Cleaning Service..
Experienced,
Professional staff.
Ask about our senior
discounts. Free esti-
mates! 856-982-3310,
or 856-507-8939
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Landscaping
For Sale
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taking up space in your drive-
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vehicle for some extra cash?
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by advertising in The Grapevine’s
Classifieds section. Make your
junk someone else’s treasures.
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808 N. Pearl St., Bridgeton NJ
(856) 451-0095
Items Wanted
East Park Avenue
Apartments. 2 bed-
room, $875/mo.
Includes heat. No pets.
Credit and background
checks. Vineland.
856-696-9045.
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now hiring experienced
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856-507-9500
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he Greater Vineland Chamber of
Commerce held its monthly
luncheon on May 3 at Mori’s on
Landis, with two guest speakers who
addressed labor relations and staffing
dynamics. Diane Knoop of Nipro Glass
Americas spoke about the National
Labor Relations Act Postings &
Regulations, while Laurie LaTorre of the
Cumberland Insurance Group posed the
question “Are your generations working
together or against each other?”
The May luncheon was sponsored by
Comcast, English Septic, and South
Jersey Healthcare. I
JUNE 11—MONDAY
POWER HOUR MEET & GREET.
Appliances Plus Video. 5:30 p.m.
Join us for our Members Only Meet &
Greet. Special guest chef from Weber
Grills. Great for networking, enjoy
some barbeque. Free.
JUNE 19—TUESDAY
ASK YOUR LEGISLATOR DAY.
GVCC Office, 11 a.m. Talk One-on-
One with Assemblyman Milam,
Freeholder Director Kirstein, and
Mayor Romano. By Appointment Only
Call us to Register
JUNE 21—THURSDAY
GVCC ANNUAL PRESIDENT'S GALA
AND AWARDS DINNER.
The Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf
Course. 6 p.m. See page C5 for
details. Special guest speaker Dick
Vermeil. Reserved seating for tables
of 8. Vermeil Wines will be available
for purchase by the glass.
$65 members / $75 non-members.
Call 691-7400 to purchase tickets.
JULY 12—THURSDAY
POWER HOUR MEET & GREET. Ace
Plumbing, Heating & Electrical
Supplies. 5:30 p.m. Free.
JULY 19—THURSDAY
GVCC 22ND ANNUAL GOLF
CLASSIC.
Buena Vista Country Club (Rt. 40 &
Country Club Lane). See page C4
for details and sponsorship
opportunities.
CHAMBER EVENTS:
Registration is required for all GVCC
meetings and events.
The Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce celebrated May with a kickoff
luncheon, seminars, and special member promotions.
Guest speaker Laurie LaTorre, top left,
demonstrated a point with a skit per-
formed by Harry Hearing and Matt
Kienholz, top right.
Speaker Diane Knoop at right.
MAY 16 SEMINAR –
FACEBOOK FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Presented by Our Town Marketing—
valuable information about creating a
Facebook page for your business,
maintaining that page and maximizing
the benefits of having it. Also includ-
ed—information on analyzing your
page’s effectiveness. Seminar was held
at the GVCC office.
MAY 24 SEMINAR–
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANS FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Presented by Servpro of Cumberland County—information
about the necessity and importance of having a plan in
place for any type of emergency or disaster that can affect
a business operation. Most emergencies are not natural
disasters but human made. Seminar included an outline of
centralizing your contact information. Many pieces of spe-
cialized equipment were on display. Seminar was held at
the Hampton Inn & Suites, Vineland.
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Welcome Message
Our chamber year runs from June 1 to
May 31, so I am very excited to present
our Board of Directors for 2012-2013 in
this issue. We welcome three new board
members: Ann Fagotti of Bollinger
Insurance Solutions, Barbara Jones of
Servpro of Cumberland County, and
Robert McCormick of Toyota/Scion of
Vineland. Our executive committee does
not change this year.
We send a special thank you to Dennis
DeMatte of Cumberland County
Improvement Authority who has tireless-
ly served this chamber for the past nine
years as a Director. Dennis is, and will
continue to be, an active member of our
Legislative Committee as vice-chair and
of our Green Initiatives Committee as
vice-chair. We look forward to Dennis’
continued involvement as a chamber
member and his valuable contributions to
our success.
We are also grateful to Harry Hearing
of Romano, Hearing, Testa & Knorr for
his valuable contributions to our board.
Harry has served the past three years as a
Director and an
additional four
years prior to that
as Treasurer.
Join us at our
President’s Gala
on June 21 where
we will honor
these wonderful
people. We will
also be presenting our 2012 Business of
the Year award to Chemglass
Inc./Chemglass Life Sciences (The
Surdam Family). Our special guest speak-
er for the evening will be “Coach” Dick
Vermeil and the evening will include a
Vermeil wine tasting. See additional
details about the event in this newsletter.
Don’t miss this special evening!
I am looking forward to the coming
year and all the activities planned to help
our members succeed as well as our con-
tinuing efforts as an organization to
impact our community in a positive way.
Get Involved, Get Connected and
Come Grow With Us!
— Dawn Hunter, Executive Director
THE PEOPLEWHO MAKE
THE CHAMBER A DYNAMIC
BUSINESS ADVOCACY GROUP Who
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:
DAWN HUNTER
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT:
WAYNE TRIANTOS
TRIANTOS & DELP, CPA’S, LLC.
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT:
KATHY FARINACCIO
COMCAST
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT:
VICTOR LATORRE
LATORRE HARDWARE
THIRD VICE PRESIDENT:
JEFF GEORGE
MERRILL LYNCH
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
BOB DESANTO
GRUCCIO, PEPPER, DESANTO & RUTH PA
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
• PETE CAPIZOLA
NEWFIELD NATIONAL BANK
• DIANA CARABALLO-BELCHER
PREMIUM EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
• ANN FAGOTTI
BOLLINGER INSURANCE SOLUTIONS
• BARBARA JONES
SERVPRO OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY
• LESLIE JONES
HEALTHSOUTH REHABILITATION HOSPITAL OF
VINELAND
• STACEY LILLISTON
LILLISTON FORD
• HUGH MCCAFFREY
SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY STEEL
• BOB MCCORMICK
TOTOTA-SCION OF VINELAND
• RICH PATTI
COMTEK SOLUTIONS, INC.
• RON ROSSI
ROSSI HONDA
• DIANE SACCO
SUN NATIONAL BANK
• NICHOLAS SCARDINO
SUSQUEHANNA BANK
• DAVE SURDAM
CHEMGLASS LIFE SCIENCES, LLC
• LUIGI TRAMONTANA, SR.
TBI DEVELOPMENT, LLC
• SCOTT ZUCCA
L.J. ZUCCA DISTRIBUTORS, INC
TREASURER:
STEVE TESTA
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• Dr. Steven Rasner and his associate
Dr. Barbara Lipski
Were named in South Jersey Magazine as
two of the Top Ten Dentists in South
Jersey.
• SJH Breast Care Center
Received National recognition through the
National Accreditation Program for Breast
Centers, a program administered by the
American College of Surgeons. This
accreditation recognizes centers that pro-
vide the highest quality breast care and
undergo a rigorous evaluation process and
review of their performance.
• Victor LaTorre
Owner of LaTorre Hardware,
for being a recipient of
Sacred Heart’s special
Jean Paul Medaille Award.
• Bellview Winery
Was named the 2012 Winery of the Year in
the annual New
Jersey Wine
Competition
conducted by
Rutgers University
Cooperative
Extension.
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Guidance Center
Category: Healthcare
(non-profit)
2038 Carmel Rd.
Millville, NJ 08332
856-825-6810
Gary Moellers
www.ccgcnj.org
Frank Conroy Insurance
Services LLC
Cagegory: Insurance
676 Fernwood Drive
Vineland, NJ 08360
Frank J. Conroy
Loving Care Agency, Inc.
Category: Healthcare
319 W. Landis Ave.
2nd Floor
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-690-5701
Jennifer Sage
www.lovingcareagency.com
Country Farm Organics
Category: Retail
Coming This Fall To
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Janet Dougherty
Fabrico CPA LLC
Category: Accountants
1082 E. Chestnut Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-563-9990
Tracey Fabrico
www.fabricocpa.com
McDonald’s Restaurant
Category: Restaurant
2707 S. Delsea Dr.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-692-9168
Anthony Iacovone
McDonald’s Restaurant
Category: Restaurant
306 N. Delsea Dr.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-692-6710
Jim Iacovone
Metro Public Adjustment
Category: Consultants
727 Elmer St.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-974-3758
Nick Galyean/Suzette
Rodriguez
www.metropa.com/srodriguez
M & M Music
Category: Retail
2006 S. Delsea Dr.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-691-6611
Jim Marone
www.mmmusicstore.com
Nicholas A. Basile III
Category: Retail
1791 Country Bridge Rd.
Millville, NJ 08332
856-207-6303
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New Members
• Advance Treads Inc
• Annlo Communications, LLC
• B & B Poultry Co. Inc.
• Bellview Winery
• Benchmark Services Inc.
• Bennigan's Vineland
• Brewin Flooring LLC
• Center For Diagnostic
Imaging
• Certa Pro Painters of
South Jersey
• Cold Stone Creamery
• Consalo, William & Sons
Farms
• CSI Cleaning Service, LLC
• Cumberland County
Improvement Authority
• De Thomasi's 5 Points Inn
• Edward F. Duffy – Attorney
at Law
• Enterprise Zone
Development Corp.
• Fairfield Inn & Suites -
Millville
• Flaim Farms Inc
• Foundry Service Corp.
• Frank's Realty
• Garden State Bulb Co., LLC
• Hansbury & Company, CPAs
• J. Wilhelm Roofing Co. Inc.
• Johnson Design Associates
• Kejzman Realty
• Kennedy Concrete, Inc.
• Landis MarketPlace
• Larry's II Restaurant
• Lee Rain Inc.
• Ned P. Rogovoy, Esq., LLC
• Orlandini Tile Supplies, Inc.
• Our Town Marketing
• Reminder Newspaper
• Rental City LLC
• Rt. 55 Self Storage
• Running Deer Golf Club
• Servicemaster to the
Rescue
• SJ Healthcare Community
Service
• Spirit & Truth Ministries
• Stanker & Galetto, Inc.
• Strategic Management
Services
• Tri-City Products
• Tri-State Construction
• United Mobile Home
Properties, Inc.
• United Way of Greater
Philadelphia & Southern NJ
• Vineland Self Storage
• City of Vineland
• Walters Supply Co.
Member Renewals
Loving Care Agency, Inc. Opens in Downtown Vineland
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held recently at Loving Care Agency, Inc., 319 W.Landis
Avenue in Vineland. They are a new member to the GVCC and had a celebration of their
new location in downtown Vineland. Pictured from left: GVCC Executive Director Dawn
Hunter, Loving Care Branch Director Jennifer Sage, Mayor Romano, staff and personnel of
the company, along with Kathy Farinaccio (GVCCVice President, second from right).
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Expanded Residency Program
at South Jersey Healthcare
Along with growth comes challenges,
and one of the biggest challenges for the
South Jersey Healthcare's (SJH) growing
residency program is finding sufficient
space for the new doctors to learn and
practice medicine. So, SJH turned to
Stanker & Galetto for a solution.
Now with over 60 residents in place in
SJH, and more planned in the near future,
additional space in the RMC is needed for
these new doctors to practice medicine,
meet with and learn from supervising
physicians, talk with patients’ families,
and for general office space.
“The construction of this new Resident
Center within the Regional Medical
Center is proof that the administration of
SJH is committed to developing a high-
quality residency program in South
Jersey,” said Michael Geria, DO, OB/GYN
Residency Program Director for South
Jersey Healthcare.
Stanker & Galetto was selected by SJH
to complete improvements to the RMC by
constructing a new building within a
courtyard that is completely surrounded
by the RMC. The project also includes
renovating seven additional areas
throughout the facility.
The new and renovated space will be
used to accommodate the expansion of
the residency program and should be
completed in mid-2012 with an expected
budget of $1.75 million.
“This project poses some very interest-
ing challenges,” said Peter Galetto, presi-
dent of Stanker & Galetto. “Building a
structure within a confined space that is
surrounded by walls means that we have
to find innovative and affordable ways to
get materials to the site, like pumping
concrete over walls and air-lifting materi-
als into the courtyard space. It takes an
experienced and creative team of con-
struction professionals to successfully
complete a job like this.”
Vineland History Exhibit Photo
Submissions Now Open
Do you have a photo record of
Vineland History Makers in your personal
family archives? Register your vintage
family photo and story of “unique and his-
toric value” to be shown at the Vineland
Birthday Celebration Month Exhibit run-
ning August 1 through August 31 at the
Vineland Public Library.
Residents may submit a photo to be
juried for inclusion 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 representation 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
family 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 orig-
inal are accepted. The registration dead-
line 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.
GVCC GREEN CORNER
The Chamber’s Green Initiatives Committee is focused on educat-
ing our membership on opportunities, issues and general informa-
tion regarding environmentally friendly practices.
The Chamber’s Green Initiatives Committee would like to know
about green energy and practices your business or organization
has engaged in that have helped your company prosper. We
would like to feature your project in our newsletter to share
with members. Please e-mail us at info@vinelandchamber.org, or
call us at 856- 691-7400, if you are interested in participating in
this committee.
Compass Academy Earth Day Celebration
• More than 125 people attended their celebration held on Saturday, April 21.
Kindergarten first, and second grade children and their families gathered to eat
treats from the Rutgers Food Innovation Center, make crafts at the Cumberland
County 4-H table, plant green beans, and participate in other fun activities. Families
enrolled in the charter school brought guests along. All were able to take a look at a
model kindergarten classroom and learn more about the school’s mission and focus.
Families who live in the Vineland, Millville, and Pittsgrove Township school dis-
tricts can come and register their child if they are coming into 1st or 2nd grade in
the fall by calling 856-405-5395 or online at www.compassacademycharter.org.
Register now before space is gone!
VMEU Lowers Rates
• City officials are pleased to announce a .6 cents/kWh reduction in the electric
fuel adjustment charge for all Vineland Municipal Electric Utility customers. This
reduction will be included on all electric bills rendered on or after June 1, 2012.
The summer fuel rate beginning June 1, 2012 will be 4.9 cents/kWh. The winter
fuel rate beginning October 1, 2012 will be 4.65 cents/kWh. An average residential
customer using 1,000 kWh per month will see a rate reduction of 4.1% which
equates to $72 in annual savings.
“Since 2008, it has been our goal to re-tool the electric utility and reduce costs to
our customers,” said Mayor Robert Romano. “We have been able to reduce rates
three times over the last four years. The resultant savings represents 14.3% lower
energy costs—an average of almost $250/year for our customers during that time,”
said Mayor Romano.
Joseph Isabella, Director of Vineland Municipal Utilities said, “The rate decrease
reflects savings from the below market solar contracts as well as the overall easing
of wholesale power costs due to low natural gas prices.”
Vineland’s electric rates are currently among the lowest in New Jersey. Vineland
is committed to providing reliable service at the lowest possible cost. Vineland
Municipal Electric Utility currently provides service to 21,698 residential and 3,334
commercial and industrial customers.
LEGISLATIVE CORNER
We work hard on your behalf to fight for
legislation that supports your business and
promotes economic growth in our area. We
want you to be informed! Go to
www.njleg.state.nj.us for more details on
these bills and others.
UPDATES:
• A2171 – Healthcare Exchange Act: We opposed this bill as it was written and
Governor Christie vetoed it. If the state does not create its own exchange plan under
the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act by 2014, we will have to abide
by a plan created by the federal government.
• A2162 / S3 – Minimum Wage Increase: Increases the minimum wage to
$8.50/hr with future increases based on the Consumer Price Index. This bill was
passed by the Assembly.
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GVCC 22ND ANNUAL
GOLF CLASSIC
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Buena Vista Country Club
Golfers: $150/pp – includes lunch,
practice range, green & cart fees, din-
ner and ALL contests & door prizes!
Be a SPONSOR:
• Corporate Sponsor – includes fees
for 4 golfers, tee sponsorship, banner
display and recognition on all event
materials.
• Pin Flag Sponsor – Your own com-
pany logo pin flag at a hole and
recognition in event program. Keep
the flag!
• Tee Sponsor – Your company’s name
displayed on the course at a tee location
and recognition in the event program.
DONATE a door prize and get your
business recognized in our program!
All types of donations are appreciated.
Contact the GVCC at 856-691-7400,
or email at info@vinelandchamber.org
for additional information!
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he Greater Vineland Chamber of
Commerce is pleased to announce
the 2012 business award winner.
This award recognizes a chamber member
business that has a unique story of suc-
cess, but is also an organization that con-
tributes positively to our community. This
member exemplifies the long-term deter-
mination, perseverance and steady pursuit
of excellence required to survive the test of
time. This award will be presented at the
upcoming President’s Gala & Awards
Dinner on June 21, 2012, 6 p.m. at the
Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf Course.
This year’s event features a special
guest speaker: “Coach” Dick Vermeil. Mr.
Vermeil is well known in this area as the
head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles
football team from 1976 to 1982. He was
also head coach for the St. Louis Rams and
the Kansas City Chiefs. He is currently a
partner of Vermeil Wines, Calistoga Napa
Valley, California. In addition to being our
guest speaker, the evening will include a
wine tasting of Vermeil Wines. Don’t miss
this special event!
We are pleased to announce Chemglass
Inc./ Chemglass Life Sciences (The Surdam
Family) as the 2012 Business of the Year.
Founded in 1946 and located in Vineland,
Chemglass is a multi-generation family
owned and operated business that began in
a garage and now employs approximately
250 people. They manufacture glass items
used in the scientific and medical industry.
Chemglass is also seriously concerned with
protecting the environment and incorpo-
rates many practices in their business to
support that effort.
All are welcome to attend!
Reservations are required by June 14.
GVCC members: $65 / pp
Non-members: $75 / pp
Visit www.vinelandchamber.org or call
856-691-7400 to reserve tickets. I
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Family) is the 2012 Business of the Year awardee.
President’s Gala on June 21
Vermeil
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WheatonArts Receives Grant
From The Horizon Foundation
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center has
received a $10,000 grant from The Horizon
Foundation for New Jersey. The grant sup-
ports the Glasstown Collective Education
Program, a group of children’s programs
that serve regional students ages 3 to 18.
The programs of the Glasstown
Collective were developed to address inter-
active arts education, basic skills needs and
a lack of out-of-classroom experience in
the public school system. WheatonArts is
in a unique position to address the gaps
and absence of arts programming in local
schools. The Glasstown Collective specifi-
cally creates opportunities for students
from the Millville Child Family Center and
Cumberland County Public Schools and for
students currently under the supervision of
New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission.
For more information about
WheatonArts, call 856-825-6800 or 800-
998-4552, or visit www.wheatonarts.org.
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MEMBER EVENTS:.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9 /
10 a.m.–3 p.m.
CUMBERLAND MALL’S “SAFETY
DAY.” Learn safety tips from the
experts.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9 / 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
THUNDER IN THE PARK (MOTOR-
CYCLE POKER RUN).
Presented by Boys & Girls Club of
Vineland in cooperation with
Cumberland County Riders &
Vineland Kiwanis Club. Registration
9:30-10:45am (Giampietro Park).
$20 Riders $15 Passengers – Fee
includes chicken platter, sides, drink,
event mug and t-shirt.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9 /
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
MCDONALD’S RESTAURANT
GRAND RE-OPENING.
Sherman and Delsea Drive celebra-
tion with a ribbon cutting at 11:15
a.m.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13 /
5:15–6:15 p.m.
CDI FREE SEMINAR.
CDI hosts FREE patient education
seminar on Sarcoma Awareness.
Registration required by calling
794-1700 or visiting
www.centerfordiagnosticimaging.com
SATURDAY, JUNE 16 / 6:15 p.m.
SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL’S
85TH BIRTHDAY GALA.
Presentation of the Jean Paul
Medaille Awards at The Greenview
Inn at Eastlyn Golf Course. Tickets
are $75 per person with a cash bar,
(black tie optional). Call 691-4491,
ext. 1129 for tickets.
TUESDAY, JUNE 19 /
10:30–11:30 a.m.
CUMBERLAND MALL KIDS’ KLUB.
Center Court
MONDAY, JUNE 25
VINELAND FIRE DEPARTMENT
29TH ANNUAL GOLF
TOURNAMENT.
Centerton Golf Club. $120 per
golfer. Registration starts at 11:30
a.m., lunch at 12:30 p.m., shotgun
start at 1 p.m. Registration deadline is
June 18. For more information, contact
Lou Tramontana at 609-381-1103 or
email ltramontana@comcast.net
JUNE 9, 16, 23 AND 30 / 4 p.m.
BELLVIEW WINERY JAZZ IN JUNE.
Every Saturday in June. Outdoor
evening with wine and jazz music. $5.
SUNDAY, JUNE 17
BELLVIEW WINERY – FATHER'S
DAY BARBEQUE.
Advance tickets only -
www.bellviewwinery.com.
AUGUST 13 - 17 / 6–8 p.m.
AVALANCHE RANCH (VACATION
BIBLE SCHOOL).
Trinity Episcopal Church, 800 Wood
St. Free to all children in the com-
munity. Call 691-1589 for more
information.
$
20OFF
7 Day Service
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A CALENDAR OF EVENTS
PRESENTED BY GVCC AND
ITS MEMBERS
Greater Vineland Chamber of
Commerce
EVENTS
See p. 1 for a listing of GVCC events
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Film Fest Highlights Short Films Made by Women
LUNAFEST, a nationwide film festival of award-winning short films,
by, for and about women will be hosted again this year by Vineland
Gynecology Associates. This year’s films will be screened for one
night only at the SJH Fitness Connection on Thursday, June 7 at 7:30
p.m.
Tickets to the festival are $10 for general admission and $8 for stu-
dents and seniors. All of the film festival’s net proceeds go to charity.
To date, LUNAFEST has raised nearly $1.2 million. Fifteen percent of
every dollar raised goes to LUNAFEST’s main beneficiary, the Breast
Cancer Fund, and 85 percent of every dollar raised in Vineland goes
the New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women.
This year, nine films were chosen from thousands of submissions
to be featured at LUNAFEST. “These nine films showcase women film-
makers and explore issues important to women,” said Dr. Jonathan
Gewirtz.
Each of the featured films is about 15 minutes long, and covers
various women-related topics. This season’s program is filled with sto-
ries of reflection, hope and humor and are a great way of connecting
women in the community through film. On the grim side, there’s for-
mer supermodel Christy Turlington Burns’ documentary exposé Every
Mother Counts: Obstetric Fistula. Other film subjects include a come-
dy about women’s body images, a missed opportunity for love, a
women’s rugby team, and Iranian women navigating their culture’s
gender roles.
The film festival is expected to last about two hours. To preview the
films, visit http://www.lunafest.org/vineland.
A silent auction beginning at 7 p.m. precedes the festival screen-
ing. Proceeds from this auction also benefit the New Jersey Coalition
for Battered Women.
For more information, call 856-462-6350.
Skipping August
• Look for the July issue of News
& Views on July 4. There will be
no August issue. The
September issue will be avail-
able on September 5.
When
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THE PLACES WHERE
CHAMBER MEMBERS
WERE SEEN IN ACTION
Meet & Greet at Outdoor Patio at Kashmir
A Power Hour Meet & Greet was held at the Outdoor Patio at Kashmir
Gentlemen’s Club on Tuesday, May 8. The next Power Hour Meet & Greet
is set for Monday, June 11 at Appliances Plus Video at 5:30 p.m. Don’t
miss out on the chance to meet up with fellow businesspeople and promote
your business.
The Chamber’s
Power Hour
Meet & Greet at
the Outdoor
Patio of Kashmir
Gentlemen’s
Club was well
attended.
BIKE YOUR WAYTO
BETTER HEALTH
In partnership with the Greater
Vineland Chamber of
Commerce:
Continue biking to work
during the month of June with
the help of the YMCA!
Stay in great shape and
keep biking to work, or to the Y!
As an added benefit to get-
ting exercise AND keeping our
environment clean, you will
receive a FREE trial pass to
the YMCA of Vineland for three
consecutive days! Just bring in
this flyer and be a member of
the Greater Vineland Chamber
of Commerce and we’ll get
you set up!
Enjoy your three day Y trial?
Decide to join and receive no
joiner fee ($80 value), take a
FREE spin class, 0% monthly
bank draft option or pay in full
for the year and receive an
additional two months!
YMCA Program information
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• Thurs., July 12, 5:30–7 p.m.
Power Hour Meet & Greet
at Ace Plumbing, Heating &
Electrical Supplies, 601 S.
Delsea Drive. Register by
July 10.
• Thurs., July 19, 11 a.m.
22nd Annual Golf Classic at
Buena Vista Country Club
(Rt. 40 & Country Club Lane)
• Tues., July 24, 12 noon
Women’s Professional
Group Meeting, Details
TBA, $15 Members Only.
Register by July 23.
• Thurs., Aug. 2, 5:30–7 p.m.
Power Hour Meet & Greet
at Marciano’s Restaurant
• Thurs., Sept. 20, 5:30–7 p.m.
Power Hour Meet & Greet
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Member-to-Member
Discounts
As a member you can take advantage of
these discounts! Just log-in on our web-
site www.vinelandchamber.org for details
on each member’s offer. Member-to-
Member Discounts are offered by:
• Achieve Physical Therapy & Fitness, LLC
• Advantage Occupational Medicine
• Avalon Carpet, Tile, & Flooring
• Bill Wahl Supply Inc.
• Bob Morgan Entertainment
• Burger King / SMS Enterprises
• Centerton Country Club
• CertaPro Painting of South Jersey
• CK Mesa Mainline Realty
• Comcast
• Computer Troubleshooters
• Comtek Solutions, Inc.
• Cooper Wellness Center
• Cumberland County Improvement
Authority
• D Electric Motors, Inc.
• Designer Wraps
• Diamonds & Design, The Maria
Collection
• Dondero’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry
• English Sewage Disposal, Inc.
• Evolutions for Conscious Living
• Exhibit Systems International, Inc.
• Eye Associates
• J.C. Erlich Co., Inc.
• Johnson Design Associates Inc.
• Landi Pools & Games
• LaTorre Hardware Inc.
• Laury Services
• Lilliston Ford
• Mainiero’s Inc.
• Merighi’s Savoy Inn, Inc.
• Morey’s Piers
• New Jersey Motorsports Park
• Parrish Self Storage
• Parrish Sign Company
• Phoenix Business Forms, Inc.
• Press of Atlantic City, The
• Prudential Financial – Steven J. Schiavo
CLU, CHFC, LUTCF, CLTC
• Ramada Inn Vineland
• Rental City, LLC
• Rienzi Bridal Salon
• RKB Wealth Management, LTD
• Ron Jaworski’s Running Deer Golf Club
• Route 55 Self Storage
• RV Financial Services, LLC
• Servicemaster to the Rescue
• Sexton’s Equipment Rental, Inc.
• Shop Rite Liquors
• Sir Speedy Printing of Vineland
• Tamagnista Video Solutions, LLC
• Univision
• UPS
• Western Pest Services
• Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center
• Wingate by Wyndham
• YMCA of Vineland
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The Real Value of Belonging to the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce
News & Views is the monthly
newsletter of the Greater
Vineland Chamber of
Commerce.
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Commerce
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Vineland, New Jersey 08360
856-691-7400 •
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