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Louise Sandora honored at Cape Regional

 Louise Sandora, a food production worker in nutritional services, was recently honored for her work at the hospital. 
 Louise Sandora, a food production worker in nutritional services, was recently honored for her work at the hospital.

 CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE– Louise Sandora, a food production worker in nutritional services at Cape Regional Medical Center, is the Service Excellence of the Month award recipient for October.

“Louise goes the extra mile every day, using her creative talent to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations,” said Vince DePietro, executive chef. “Louise is a team player who offers to help and assist her fellow associates. We are proud to have Louise as a member of our team.”

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Hospital thrift shop moves to shopping plaza

 Hospital thrift shop moves to shopping plaza  Hospital thrift shop moves to shopping plaza

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The EtCetera Shop, formerly on the Cape Regional Medical Center campus, has relocated to the Acme Shopping Plaza in Cape May Court House.

The thrift shop is run by the Cape Regional Medical Center Auxiliary.

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Small business in regional looking forward to 2014

CHERRY HILL – A recent poll showed optimism for the coming year on the part of small-business owners in the region, but little plans for increased hiring.

TD Bank recently announced the results of its inaugural Small Business Pulse Check, a regionally focused survey which includes questions on the challenges and opportunities facing small businesses in the greater Philadelphia area, including Cape May County.

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East Lynne Theater Company receives state grant

CAPE MAY - The East Lynne Theater Company will receive $14,580 from a cooperative marketing grant sponsored by the New Jersey Department of State: Division of Travel and Tourism. The award was given based on the scores of an independent evaluation and funding review committee that studied ELTC's application and marketing plan.

This is the seventh year in a row that ELTC has received this grant, to be used for advertising.

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Businesses warned of ‘Green Dot’ scam

MAYS LANDING – Atlantic City Electric reminds home and business owners to use care when someone claiming to represent a business contacts them either in person or by telephone, especially during the holiday season.

Recently, Atlantic City Electric has been alerted to a “Green Dot” scam. Information from law enforcement officials and other utilities has indicated that scammers are targeting residents and businesses. It has been reported that scammers are telling business owners that the location's electric service account is delinquent and it will be shut-off for non-payment unless the business purchases a "Green Dot Money Pack" for a specific amount from stores including CVS, Rite Aid and WaWa. Victims are then given instructions to call a telephone number with the card’s account number and pin. Once the scammer obtains the card’s identifying information, the value is then downloaded, swept and stolen. These transactions are untraceable.

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Walmart Sponsors Boardwalk Basketball Classic


Sam Allen, Walmart manager, presents a sponsorship check to Boardwalk Basketball Classic Committee members Jodie DiEduardo and Dave Troiano. Walmart is a corporate sponsor of the 2013 Boardwalk Basketball Classic.

  Sam Allen, Walmart manager, presents a sponsorship check to Boardwalk Basketball Classic Committee members Jodie DiEduardo and Dave Troiano. Walmart is a corporate sponsor of the 2013 Boardwalk Basketball Classic.

Sam Allen, Walmart manager, presents a sponsorship check to Boardwalk Basketball Classic Committee members Jodie DiEduardo and Dave Troiano. Walmart is a corporate sponsor of the 2013 Boardwalk Basketball Classic.

 
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NBC affiliate WMGM 40 is under agreement of sale by Access 1

LINWOOD — Access 1 Communications, owners of local NBC affiliate WMGM-TV 40, announced Thursday, Nov. 7 that they have entered into an agreement with LocusPoint Networks to sell the station.

The station, headquartered in Green Broadcast Plaza on New Road in Linwood is the only TV station owned by Access 1. Though no date was given when the deal might be finalized, NBC 40 will continue to be managed after the sale is completed by Access 1 under the terms of the agreement. The sale was announced on the air as well as on the station’s website and indicated that there are no plans for any changes in operation or manpower at the station.  

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Carole Seibert honored for work

Carole Seibert  Carole Seibert

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Carole Seibert, a registered nurse at Cape Regional Medical Center, is the Service Excellence of the Month award recipient for September, the hospital announced.

According to hospital officials, Seibert was nominated by a grateful patient who wrote, “Just wanted you to know how much I truly appreciate all you did for me while recovering from my surgery. You really are one-in-a-million and Cape Regional is very fortunate to have you. I watched how caring, kind and efficient you are with everyone and in everything you do. Nothing seems to be too much trouble for you and it makes those around you so comfortable. Hopefully, I won’t need to come back, but if I do, you would be my top request.”

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