CM Honor Award

From left, MAC director Michael Zuckerman, MAC president Mary McKenney, Jan Pask, Mark Pask, Alison Bjork, Sylvia Cooper, Bonnie Pontin, Shirley Phinney, Patrick Wall, Doug McMain (rear), Councilwoman-elect Tricia Hendricks and Mayor-elect Chuck Lear.


CAPE MAY – The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) recently presented its annual Honor Award to the Cape May Historic Accommodations for its role supporting MAC for the past 46 years.

The award was presented on Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Cape May Lutheran Church.

The Cape May Historic Accommodations group was founded in 1980 to help preserve and promote the historic ambiance of downtown Cape May. It is a coalition of over 40 members, including bed and breakfast inns, guesthouses, suites, apartments, and historic hotels. All properties in the organization were built before 1920.

Its mission is "to help visitors find the perfect historic accommodations and make their visit to Cape May a wonderful experience," according to a press release.

MAC's president Mary McKenney and director Michael Zuckerman lauded the group for their steadfast support of MAC over the years, in partnership and support of MAC's historic house tours, with special thanks for helping to sustain and grow MAC's annual Christmas Candlelight Tours.