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Business boon seen in new craft distillery rules

Some of the same ingredients the Cape May Brewing Company uses in its beers could be used in whiskey, if the company begins to distill it. Some of the same ingredients the Cape May Brewing Company uses in its beers could be used in whiskey, if the company begins to distill it. TRENTON—Cape May County, which has begun to make a name for itself in the craft beer and wine markets, may now have the opportunity to break into the hard stuff--thanks to legislation signed into law earlier this week.

On Wednesday, Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation that created a craft distillery license, which would allow distillers who make up to 20,000 gallons of hard liquor a year to purchase the license for $938, Before, supporters of the bill said, micro-distilleries were priced out of a state plenary liquor license, which ran at about $12,500 and had no limits on production.

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Reeds names Krista Ostrander sales manager

 Krista Ostrander Krista Ostrander

 STONE HARBOR – The Reeds at Shelter Haven has named Krista Ostrander the sales manager of the 37-room waterfront hotel.

Ostrander oversees sales of weddings and events and serves as liaison and planner for guests who are hosting an affair at The Reeds.

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Students get scholarships from Realtors

CAPE MAY COUNTY -  Twelve Cape May County students received a $1,000 scholarship from the Cape May County Association of Realtors while their families and friends looked on at the Sand Barrens Golf Club on July 16. The Cape May County Association of Realtors annual Scholarship Golf Tournament held at the Wildwood Golf and County Club on May 9 funded the scholarships.

All scholarship recipients are relatives of Cape May County Realtors.

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Beacon Art to exhibit work of 2 contemporary artists

Two divergent artists will explore the landscape in the exhibit “Utter Discourse: Now and Then – An Investigation into Current Trends of Contemporary Art” opening July 6 at Beacon Art/Shortwave Gallery in Stone Harbor.

Jennifer Hansen Rolli is a native of Bucks County, Pa., whose father was also a painter. He took her many places that spurred her creativity and love of nature, according to a news release.

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DRBA taps assistant finance director

  Joseph M. Nadel Joseph M. Nadel

NEW CASTLE, Del. — Delaware River and Bay Authority officials recently named Joseph M. Nadel of Magnolia, Del., as the agency’s new assistant director of finance.

Nadel, who officially began on Aug. 5, reports to Joe Larotonda, Director of Finance.

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Ellen Kravet Burke heads hospital board

Ellen Kravet Burke
  Ellen Kravet Burke

 CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Ellen Kravet Burke has been elected the new chairwoman of the board of trustees of Cape Regional Health System, the medical center announced recently.

The election took place at the annual meeting of the System Board in June. She replaces Henry Brzyski, who completed his term in June.

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UK-based internet gaming company has eyes on Atlantic City

An internet gaming company based in the United Kingdom has announced plans to build or acquire a hotel/casino in Atlantic City, to allow it to enter the internet gaming business in the United States.

2UP Gaming PLC, which operates the online gaming website www.2UP.com, says it has received a letter of intent from an Asian investment group valued at $330 million, subject to the completion of an agreement, which is scheduled to be finalized by Sept. 9.

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Sturdy sponsors Bishop McHugh golf outing

 Christopher Hayes of Sturdy Savings Bank, Bishop McHugh Regional School students Nikos Mallous, Michael Peragrine, Zach Tomlin, Brandon Champion and Principal Laura Tomlin pose for a photo to thank Sturdy as the sponsor of the school’s 13th annual golf outing, which took place in May.
 Christopher Hayes of Sturdy Savings Bank, Bishop McHugh Regional School students Nikos Mallous, Michael Peragrine, Zach Tomlin, Brandon Champion and Principal Laura Tomlin pose for a photo to thank Sturdy as the sponsor of the school’s 13th annual golf outing, which took place in May.

Christopher Hayes of Sturdy Savings Bank, Bishop McHugh Regional School students Nikos Mallous, Michael Peragrine, Zach Tomlin, Brandon Champion and Principal Laura Tomlin pose for a photo to thank Sturdy as the sponsor of the school’s 13th annual golf outing, which took place in May.

 
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