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Sturdy supports Cape Christian Academy


Sturdy supports Cape Christian Academy  Sturdy Savings Bank recently made a donation to assist with Cape Christian Academy’s ongoing expansion project. The Cape May Court House school is in the midst of constructing a new gymnasium/multipurpose room. Stacy Loyle, assistant branch manager of Sturdy’s Cape May Court House office, is pictured above, left, with John Spriggs, Cape Christian Academy administrator, center, and Jack Leisenring, CCA board president.  Sturdy Savings Bank recently made a donation to assist with Cape Christian Academy’s ongoing expansion project. The Cape May Court House school is in the midst of constructing a new gymnasium/multipurpose room. Stacy Loyle, assistant branch manager of Sturdy’s Cape May Court House office, is pictured above, left, with John Spriggs, Cape Christian Academy administrator, center, and Jack Leisenring, CCA board president.

 
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Iannone to again head Realtor group

 Cape May County Association of Realtors Iannone to again head Realtor group  Matthew Iannone is Cape May County Association of Realtors president for 2014, the organization announced. Iannone served as president last year, and will be the first CMCAR member to serve more than two terms as president in the history of the organization, according to members. 

The owner/broker of Freda Real Estate since 1985, Iannone has been a licensed Realtor since 1973. Iannone also served as CMCAR president in 1998 and as a CMCAR director. In addition to his real estate license he holds an insurance producer license, a real estate instructor’s license and has served on the New Jersey Real Estate Commission. Iannone was honored in 2013 as CMCAR’s Realtor of the Year.

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Cape May County chamber receives award

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE —The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce was recognized by the Southern New Jersey Business People Magazine with the IMPACT Award for contributions to promote business and tourism in Cape May County. The award was accepted by Chairman Scott Campbell (TD Bank), and Vicki Clark.

The chamber’s tourism marketing, public-private partnerships, and leadership in advocating for the importance of tourism to Cape May County and all of New Jersey were cited in the award ceremony at the Mansion in Voorhees, according to chamber officials.

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Middle dentist honored at NAACP conference

Dr. Eric Thomas  Dr. Eric Thomas

 ATLANTIC CITY — Dr. Eric Thomas, a dentist in Cape May Court House, was among those honored when the New Jersey Conference of NAACP branches presented its distinguished healthcare professionals awards for 2013 at its annual state convention Oct. 12.

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Clean to cover all of Cape May County

  
Ben Haberman does some mopping up. 
Ben Haberman does some mopping up.  CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Ben Haberman of Middle Township has launched a new business, Clean, covering all of Cape May County.

Haberman graduated from Middle Township High School in 2001, and in 2005 graduated from University of Tampa with a bachelor’s degree in business management.

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Delis will be packed, but don’t expect a Super Bowl business boom down here

Numerous stories about Sunday’s matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks – New Jersey’s Super Bowl — have touted its economic impact from High Point to Cape May.

Well, that may be stretching things.

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Holly Shores contributes $10K to cancer center

 Maggie and Dave Robinson, owners of Holly Shores Camping Resort, present a $10,000 donation to Joanne Carrocino and Dr. David Cho at Cape Regional Medical Center in support of the Cancer Center Capital Campaign.  This gift is Holly Shore’s third installment toward a $50,000 pledge.  
 Maggie and Dave Robinson, owners of Holly Shores Camping Resort, present a $10,000 donation to Joanne Carrocino and Dr. David Cho at Cape Regional Medical Center in support of the Cancer Center Capital Campaign.  This gift is Holly Shore’s third installment toward a $50,000 pledge. 

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — David and Maggie Robinson, co-owners of Holly Shores Campground in Lower Township, presented a $10,000 check to Joanne Carrocino, FACHE, president and CEO of Cape Regional Medical Center, which represents the third payment toward a $50,000 pledge.

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Wildwood history to be presented at sign conference

  Wildwood history to be presented at sign conference  photo by Robert O. Williams/ The Williams Group /

 ATLANTIC CITY — Robert O. Williams, photographer of the book “Wildwood's Neon Nights and Motel Memories,” will present a seminar at the Atlantic City Convention Center 11 a.m. until noon Thursday, Dec. 5, as part of the Sign World International trade show, hosted by the United States Sign Council.

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