Middle Township Gazette | Business

Donation to help Diller Home in Avalon

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, September 04, 2013 12:00 am

AVALON – A one-week vacation to the Helen L. Diller Vacation Home For Blind Children costs about $1,500 per child, and allows visually impaired children, many for the first time, to visit the beach. For these children, a visit like this is often a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that is not financially feasible, however due to donations and grants to the home, the campers are invited to stay for free.

Recently, the Diller Home was named a beneficiary of such a donation, by the Barbara Brodsky Foundation in the amount of $25,000.

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Cape Water Works opens in Clermont

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, August 10, 2013 04:04 pm

  Cape Water Works opens in Clermont  Cape Water Works opens in Clermont

 CLERMONT — Cape Water Works, a new branch of Absecon Electric Motor Works, specializing in water well drilling, well pumps, tanks, sales and service, has a showroom at 1071 Route 83.

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Bail Bond office opens in Middle Township

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, August 09, 2013 04:05 pm

 MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Even after posting bail, there’s still an eye on the accused.

A bail bonds business has set up shop in Cape May Court House, down the street from the courthouse and a few miles from the county jail.

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New shop opens on Route 9

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, August 08, 2013 08:55 pm


The Middle Township Chamber of Commerce welcomed is J&J Pawn & Consignment Shop, which opened in July. Pictured above are, in front, Anthony Colucci, Gianna Colucci, Alexia Vargas, Jose Vargas Jr., second row: chamber President Mary Kisielewski, chamber board member Bob Noel, owner Jennifer Cornell, Ambur Cornell, Scott Cornell, John Cornell, Edith Cornell, Shannon Unruh, manager Jose Vargas, and Carol Sawyer, the chamber’s first vice president.
  The Middle Township Chamber of Commerce welcomed is J&J Pawn & Consignment Shop, which opened in July. Pictured above are, in front, Anthony Colucci, Gianna Colucci, Alexia Vargas, Jose Vargas Jr., second row: chamber President Mary Kisielewski, chamber board member Bob Noel, owner Jennifer Cornell, Ambur Cornell, Scott Cornell, John Cornell, Edith Cornell, Shannon Unruh, manager Jose Vargas, and Carol Sawyer, the chamber’s first vice president.

 CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — The Middle Township Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new business that opened this summer, J&J Pawn and Consignment Shop, at 1027 Route 9 South.

According to the owner, Jennifer Cornell, customers may need short term cash, and the shop offers “exceptional values on quality pre-owned merchandise.”

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