Middle Township Gazette

‘Romantic’ and ‘Viennese’ concerts scheduled this summer

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, March 22, 2015 06:49 am

AVALON - The public is invited to two free concerts this summer presented by the Bay-Atlantic Symphony at Avalon Elementary School, 235 32nd St., as part of the Symphony by the Sea series.

On Saturday, July 18 at 7 p.m., the orchestra will present “Isn’t It Romantic,” with a selection by Dvorak, featuring cellist Christine Lamprea, and music by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

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Pinelands Municipal Council officers sworn in at reorganization meeting

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, March 22, 2015 06:05 am

WOODBINE – Mayor William Pikolycky was sworn in recently as the chairman of the Pinelands Municipal Council, along with other executive officers during the annual reorganization meeting.

State Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi administered the oath of office Tuesday, March 10, at the council’s meeting at the Maurice River Township Municipal Building.

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Atlantic Cape hosts Women’s History Month art show

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, March 22, 2015 06:01 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The public is invited to a free art show in recognition of Women’s History Month at Atlantic Cape Community College, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House.

The art work of several local women is on display in the first floor café through March 31. “Women of the Arts and the Second Letter Stringing Bee” features paintings and drawings, as well as letter correspondence from artists Cheryl Crews and Barbara Maxwell, who have been writing one another since 2011 and sharing their personal and artist experiences.

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Girls Scouts seek volunteers throughout county

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, March 21, 2015 06:59 am

Girl Scouts in Cape May County are looking for adults want to work with girls as a troop leader or run a program, or administrative services by helping other adults run the troops.

Applicants must complete an application and pass a background check and interview.

For more information, see www.gscsnj.org, or call 856-795-1560, or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

   

Ryan Hildebrandt earns dean's award at Colgate University

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, March 21, 2015 06:44 am

HAMILTON – Ryan Hildebrandt, Cape May Court House, has earned the dean's award for academic excellence at Colgate University for the fall 2014 semester.

Hildebrandt majors in Japanese.

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Skeldon visits Cape Christian Academy

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, March 21, 2015 06:39 am

Dan Skeldon, Press of Atlantic City meteorologist, visited Cape Christian Academy, Monday, March 16. Dan Skeldon, Press of Atlantic City meteorologist, visited Cape Christian Academy, Monday, March 16. Dan Skeldon, Press of Atlantic City meteorologist, visited Cape Christian Academy, Monday, March 16. Skeldon, formerly of Channel 40 News until its closure last year, spoke to junior high students about local and global weather patterns, including interesting tidbits about various storms encountered throughout recorded history. According to school officials, students were on the edge of their seats waiting for the opportunity to ask questions.

   

Fourth annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk planned at zoo

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, March 21, 2015 06:09 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The public is invited to take part in the  free 4th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk from 9:30 a.m. to noon, Saturday, May 2, at the Cape May County Zoo, 707 Route 9 North.

A warm-up session will precede the start of the walk led by Delores Nordone from Curves Gym. The first 100 participants will receive a free T-shirt.

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Shawn Karge recognized as ‘successful graduate’

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, March 20, 2015 06:37 am

Superintendent Nancy Hudanich, of the Cape May County Technical High School District, honors Patrolman Shawn Karge as the “High School Successful Graduate.” Superintendent Nancy Hudanich, of the Cape May County Technical High School District, honors Patrolman Shawn Karge as the “High School Successful Graduate.” CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Middle Township Patrolman Shawn Karge, a 2011 graduate of Cape May County Technical School, was recognized recently as the New Jersey County Council of Vocational-Technical Schools "High School Successful Graduate" for the district.

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Borough seeks grant to study wastewater treatment plan

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, March 20, 2015 06:35 am

WOODBINE – The borough is seeking $30,000 from the federal Department of Agriculture to make improvements to a wastewater collection system that officials hope would one day connect to the county Municipal Utilities Authority regional wastewater treatment plant.

An earlier federal grant allowed Woodbine to explore a cost-effective way to stop trucking leachate to the MUA’s treatment facility, as well as evaluate how borough residents and the Woodbine Developmental Center would benefit through a wastewater collection system that replaces septic systems.

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Area residents urged to spay, neuter pets

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, March 20, 2015 06:26 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The Township Animal Advisory Board is urging area residents to spay or neuter their pets, and reminds people that the state offers assistance to offset cost to alter cats and dogs.

Through the state animal population control program, residents are eligible to spay or neuter dogs or cats at participating veterinarians for $10 each if they receive any of the following: food stamps, Medicaid, general public assistance, rental assistance aid to families with dependent children, lifeline utility credit, tenants lifeline assistance, supplemental security income, or pharmaceutical assistance to aged and disabled.

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