Middle Township News Notes

Residents can spay or neuter pets in January for $10

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, December 20, 2014 07:51 am

Spaces are still available for the state sterilization funding program for qualified residents. The program begins Thursday, Jan. 1 at participating veterinary offices to help qualified residents spay or neuter their pets for $10.

Shore Veterinarians encourages residents to sign up in December for the program before all the slots are taken. Shore Veterinarians participates in the state program at its locations in Seaville, Williamstown, Hammonton and Egg Harbor Township.

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Stop smoking classes set for January

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, December 13, 2014 07:54 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - The Center for Lifestyle Management has scheduled smoking cessation classes each Wednesday in January from 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. at Cape Regional Medical Center. Cost is $25, with a refund of $15 if all classes are attended.

For more information, call Bonnie Kratzer at 609-463-4043.

   

Brownies in New York City

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, December 13, 2014 07:47 am

Middle Township Brownie Troop 44227 visited the Girl Scouts National Headquarters at 420 5th Ave., New York City, Monday, Dec. 8 with Middle Township Gazette's sister paper, the Wildwood Leader. Shown are: Gabby Faison, Monica Duffy, Riley Odom, Courtney Bower, Jadea Lemma, Lilee Conover and Grace Hurley. The Brownies troop leaders are Merrilee Hurley and Tricia Lemma. Middle Township Brownie Troop 44227 visited the Girl Scouts National Headquarters at 420 5th Ave., New York City, Monday, Dec. 8 with Middle Township Gazette's sister paper, the Wildwood Leader. Shown are: Gabby Faison, Monica Duffy, Riley Odom, Courtney Bower, Jadea Lemma, Lilee Conover and Grace Hurley. The Brownies troop leaders are Merrilee Hurley and Tricia Lemma. Middle Township Brownie Troop 44227 visited the Girl Scouts National Headquarters at 420 5th Ave., New York City, Monday, Dec. 8 with Middle Township Gazette's sister paper, the Wildwood Leader. Shown are: Gabby Faison, Monica Duffy, Riley Odom, Courtney Bower, Jadea Lemma, Lilee Conover and Grace Hurley. The Brownies troop leaders are Merrilee Hurley and Tricia Lemma.

 

David Naylor IT manager at Cape Regional Medical Center

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, December 13, 2014 07:39 am

David Naylor David Naylor CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - David Naylor has been appointed to manager of information technology at Cape Regional Medical Center, according to a statement.

“David’s extensive experience in IT operations, infrastructure and security/compliance will be a great benefit to our growing information systems at the Medical Center,” said Richard Wheatley, chief information officer.

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Avalon Fire Department to host Santa visits Dec. 19

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Written by Staff Reports Saturday, December 13, 2014 07:38 am

AVALON – Avalon Volunteer Fire Department has arranged a visit from Santa Claus to the borough, from 6-8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 19.

Santa will travel door-to-door on a fire engine. Visits will be about five minutes at each stop.

To have Santa stop at a home, call 609-967-5914 to register. Santa will bring small gifts for children under 9.

 

Kindle Auto Presents ‘Honest Neighbors’ Grant to Bishop McHugh

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, December 12, 2014 08:30 am

Bishop McHugh students and staff celebrate a donation from Kindle Auto Plaza’s Steven Kindle. Bishop McHugh students and staff celebrate a donation from Kindle Auto Plaza’s Steven Kindle. CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Steven Kindle of Kindle Auto Plaza presented students at Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School with a check for $1,186.  The donation was the result of Kindle Auto Plaza’s Honest Neighbors Campaign, where customers nominated local nonprofit organizations to receive donations. Bishop McHugh was one of 100 recipients of the program.

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Family movie night supports Toys for Tots

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, December 11, 2014 02:12 pm

STONE HARBOR - The public is invited to family movie night at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 12, presented by Stone Harbor Recreation. The movie, “Arthur Christmas,” will be shown on a jumbo screen outside, under the recreation department's pavilion at 81st and Second Avenue.

Hot cocoa and cookies will be provided to ward off the cold.

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Atlantic City Electric donates smoke alarms to Cape May County

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, December 05, 2014 07:37 am

Shown are Leonard Desiderio, freeholder; E. Marie Hayes, freeholder; Ronnie Town, public affairs manager, Atlantic City Electric; Connie Johnson, Cape May County fire marshal; Gerald Thornton, freeholder director; and Kris Gabor, freeholder. Shown are Leonard Desiderio, freeholder; E. Marie Hayes, freeholder; Ronnie Town, public affairs manager, Atlantic City Electric; Connie Johnson, Cape May County fire marshal; Gerald Thornton, freeholder director; and Kris Gabor, freeholder. Atlantic City Electric donated 250 smoke alarms to Cape May County Fire Marshal Connie Johnson during a county freeholder meeting Nov. 25 as part of the company’s emergency services partnership program.

Through the program, 2,000 10-year fire safety alarms will be given to eight counties within the electric company’s service area. County fire marshals then distribute give the alarms to residents.  

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Atlantic Cape board elects new officers

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, December 05, 2014 07:32 am

MAYS LANDING – Dave Coskey, Avalon, has been named vice chairman of Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees in the board’s annual reorganization, held Tuesday, Nov. 25.

Also named to the board were Maria Torres, Mays Landing, chairwoman; and Maria Mento, Ventnor, treasurer.

Coskey is president of Longport Media. Torres is a retired guidance counselor who serves on the board of New Jersey’s Higher Education Student Assistance Authority. Mento is executive vice president and chief finance officer for the Atlantic County Utilities Authority.

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Coats, car seats free to the public in Woodbine

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, November 24, 2014 10:07 am

WOODBINE – State Police stationed at the Woodbine barracks have announced a winter coat and car seat giveaway, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 26, at Woodbine Elementary School, in collaboration with the First Baptist Church and sponsor Gentilini Motors.

“People are donating some of the coats, be we will purchase some, too,” said Lt. Doug Pearson. “The First Baptist Church and the state police are collecting funds to buy the new coats,” he said.

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