Middle Township Gazette

Remembrance Day Antique Show and Gala planned for Memorial Day Weekend

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, May 12, 2014 08:07 am

AVALON - Cape Regional Medical Center Auxiliary will host the Remembrance Day Annual Antique Show and Sale to benefit the hospital’s Brodesser Cancer Center on Friday and Saturday, May 23-24 at the Avalon Community Center at 30th Street and the beach in Avalon.

The show is free and is open from noon-4 p.m. on May 23, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 24.

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Food pantry open in Seaville church

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, May 11, 2014 08:59 am

SEAVILLE - A food pantry in lower level the Fellowship Hall of the Seaville United Methodist Church at 3100 Shore Road, Seaville is open to the community on Tuesdays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The pantry is run by Caring for kids, a parent educator organization, and the Seaville United Methodist Church.

For more information, or to make a donation, call 609-675-5400 or 609-408-5220.

   

Stone Harbor seeks chief financial officer

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, May 11, 2014 08:58 am

STONE HARBOR - The borough is seeking a chief financial officer who will be responsible for all aspects of financial management in Stone Harbor.

Candidates for the position must be proficient Edmunds Accounting software as well as the Casa payroll system.

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Spring weather and seafood

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Written by Jen Marra Sunday, May 11, 2014 08:43 am

Jen Northridge of Egg Harbor City makes balloon flowers and animals for Oriah Cohen-Chase, 3, of Port Norris with her mother Aimee and sister Thea, 1, twins Grace and Olivia Hendee, 11, of Dennis Township, and Kellen Brown, 1, with his mother Bonnie of Middle Township during Stone Harbor’s Seafood Festival Saturday, May 3, along 96th Street between Ocean and Dune drives. Jen Northridge of Egg Harbor City makes balloon flowers and animals for Oriah Cohen-Chase, 3, of Port Norris with her mother Aimee and sister Thea, 1, twins Grace and Olivia Hendee, 11, of Dennis Township, and Kellen Brown, 1, with his mother Bonnie of Middle Township during Stone Harbor’s Seafood Festival Saturday, May 3, along 96th Street between Ocean and Dune drives. STONE HARBOR - Jen Northridge of Egg Harbor City makes balloon flowers and animals for Oriah Cohen-Chase, 3, of Port Norris with her mother Aimee and sister Thea, 1, twins Grace and Olivia Hendee, 11, of Dennis Township, and Kellen Brown, 1, with his mother Bonnie of Middle Township during Stone Harbor’s Seafood Festival Saturday, May 3, along 96th Street between Ocean and Dune drives.

Take the link below for more photos by Jen Marra

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Lions Club donates tree to celebrate centennial

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, May 10, 2014 08:53 am

The Stone Harbor Lions Club recently donated a crepe myrtle tree to the borough. Shown are Councilwoman Joan Kramar, Cynthia Harrison, Stone Harbor Lions Club president, Henry Harrison and Carol Fiore, club secretary.  The Stone Harbor Lions Club recently donated a crepe myrtle tree to the borough. Shown are Councilwoman Joan Kramar, Cynthia Harrison, Stone Harbor Lions Club president, Henry Harrison and Carol Fiore, club secretary. STONE HARBOR - The Stone Harbor Lions Club donated a crepe myrtle tree to the borough recently, and the tree was planted on the traffic island along Second Avenue at 108th Street during a ceremony held on Friday, May 2.

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Stone Harbor plans reenactment of historic meeting

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, May 10, 2014 08:52 am

Stone Harbor Council plans to reenact the borough's first council meeting at a special session at 4p.m. on Friday, May 16 at the Stone Harbor Yacht Club at 9001 Sunset Drive.

The special meeting is part of the borough's centennial event calendar.

   

Middle Township approves $4M in road work

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Written by David Benson Saturday, May 10, 2014 08:32 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Middle Township Committee unanimously passed a $4 million bond ordinance at its meeting on Monday, May 5, that could mean fewer potholes and less flooding on roads throughout the area, a township official said.

This is a part of an ongoing project to address drainage and road infrastructure, said Mayor Tim Donohue.

“The ordinance allows us to maintain our road paving project,” the mayor said.

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Jazzed up for juice

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Written by David Benson Saturday, May 10, 2014 08:23 am

Joe Wallash and his son, Landon, see a bright future for Shore Juice in Stone Harbor. Joe Wallash and his son, Landon, see a bright future for Shore Juice in Stone Harbor. After a sales career, Dennis man opens his own business

STONE HARBOR – It took getting laid off twice in less than four years to set Joe Wallash on the path to freedom from the corporate grind. But once the Dennis Township man decided to take that less-traveled road, he didn’t bother to look back.

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Woman charged with taking more than $75,000 from golf course

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, May 09, 2014 05:31 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – An Egg Harbor City woman has been charged with stealing more than $75,000 from a local golf course, the Cape May County prosecutor’s office announced on Friday, May 9.

Kerriann McMullan, 29, faces second degree theft charges as a result of a joint investigation conducted by Middle Township detectives and the prosecutor’s office.

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Ordinance could stub out smoking in parks

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Written by David Benson Friday, May 09, 2014 11:00 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Smokers who enjoy their habits on publicly owned property may soon have to take their butts elsewhere or pay a $200 fine, if an ordinance introduced by the Middle Township Committee at the Monday, May 5, meeting passes at its public hearing and final vote in June.

That includes e-cigarettes.

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