Middle Township Gazette

Beachcomber Camping Resort donates $30,000 to cancer center

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, January 03, 2015 07:34 am

Representing Beachcomber Camping Resort and the Brodesser/Gomez family, Tammy and Ken Gomez, accompanied by Jamie Barth, and Robyn Calvert, present a check to Theresa Netz, nurse director of radiation oncology, Joanne Carrocino, president and CEO, and Thomas J. Piratzky, executive director of the foundation. Representing Beachcomber Camping Resort and the Brodesser/Gomez family, Tammy and Ken Gomez, accompanied by Jamie Barth, and Robyn Calvert, present a check to Theresa Netz, nurse director of radiation oncology, Joanne Carrocino, president and CEO, and Thomas J. Piratzky, executive director of the foundation. CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Tammy Brodesser Gomez and Ken Gomez, representing Beachcomber Camping Resort, recently gave $30,000 to Cape Regional Medical Center, according to a statement.

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Cape Regional Physicians Associates gives shoes to students

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 02, 2015 07:28 am

Christel Pond, principal Glenwood Avenue School, accepts shoes for students at Glenwood Avenue School in Wildwood from Joanne Vaul, Cape Regional Physicians Associates, Joanne Carrocino, president, and Linda Plitnick, manager of performance improvement. Christel Pond, principal Glenwood Avenue School, accepts shoes for students at Glenwood Avenue School in Wildwood from Joanne Vaul, Cape Regional Physicians Associates, Joanne Carrocino, president, and Linda Plitnick, manager of performance improvement. CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Students at Glenwood Avenue Elementary School recently received a gift of shoes from Cape Regional Physicians Associates.

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Medical center brings holiday cheer to Glenwood Avenue Elementary School

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 02, 2015 07:14 am

New hats and gloves were given to first grade students at Glenwood Avenue Elementary school by staff at Cape Regional Medical Center. New hats and gloves were given to first grade students at Glenwood Avenue Elementary school by staff at Cape Regional Medical Center. CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Students at Glenwood Avenue Elementary School, Wildwood, got a surprise recently when staff at Cape Regional Medical Center delivered with gifts and hand-crafted items made by staff and volunteers at the medical center.

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Police seek suspects in television theft

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, January 01, 2015 07:48 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Middle Township police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying shoplifting suspects. According to police, the suspects stole three televisions from Wal-Mart, Rio Grande on Sunday, Dec. 7.

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Committee ends year with special meeting for ‘financial housekeeping’

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Written by David Benson Thursday, January 01, 2015 07:43 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Township Committee called a special meeting Monday, Dec. 29, to address what one committeeman called financial housekeeping.

“Since we had meetings very early this month, and the next meeting isn’t until Jan. 6, we need to pay some bills and transfer some funds before Dec. 31, just to clean up the end of year stuff,” Mayor Tim Donohue said last week in an email.

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Prediction of rain doesn’t dampen holiday spirts in Woodbine

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, January 01, 2015 07:39 am

WOODBINE – A prediction of rain and snow didn’t stop Woodbine’s annual holiday parade, and as it Grace Gurdgiel, who turned 3 the day of the parade, helps flip the switch to turn on the lights, while her grandfather, Jimmy Gurdgiel, looks on. Grace Gurdgiel, who turned 3 the day of the parade, helps flip the switch to turn on the lights, while her grandfather, Jimmy Gurdgiel, looks on. turned out, good weather held, and an enthusiastic audience cheered as the participants marched by, Monday, Dec. 22.

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Bishop McHugh students earn Fruit of the Spirit awards

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, January 01, 2015 07:22 am

Shown are Fruit of the Spirit students: Camryn Schultheis, Jeffrey MacFarland, Flora Morris, Anna Roach, Clare Capone, Nicolas Filemyr, Frank Edwardi, Dominic Krajicek and Matthew Moretti. Not pictured is Jason Christopher. Shown are Fruit of the Spirit students: Camryn Schultheis, Jeffrey MacFarland, Flora Morris, Anna Roach, Clare Capone, Nicolas Filemyr, Frank Edwardi, Dominic Krajicek and Matthew Moretti. Not pictured is Jason Christopher. CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Each month students from each grade level at Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School are selected to receive Fruit of the Spirit awards.

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Middle Township owed $1.2M in court fees

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, January 01, 2015 07:17 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The township is owed more than $1 million, and this week, the committee announced a plan to collect the money.

“As of December 2014, the Township is owed over $1.2 million dollars in past due court fees and fines,” Mayor Tim Donohue said in a statement.

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Environmental Review confirms permitting process for Conifer development

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, December 31, 2014 04:30 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – A contested affordable housing development is expected to move forward, after a private consultant reviewed potential environmental issues surrounding the project to build 48 apartments on Railroad Avenue.

Last month, Township Committee hired Whitman Environmental Consultants to review the state environmental application process associated with the construction of the project to ensure compliance with the state Department of Environmental Protection’s CAFRA and coastal zone management rules.

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Acme plans $3,000 donation to area non-profits

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Written by David Benson Wednesday, December 31, 2014 04:17 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Three local non-profit organizations will share $3,000 thanks to the recent sale of a winning lottery ticket at Acme in Cape May Court House.

On Monday, Dec. 29, an unidentified person bought a ticket at the store that was selected for a $9 million jackpot, according to a statement from the state lottery commission.

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