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OC Home Bank announces ‘It Pays to Give’ winners

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After tallying the volunteer time spent by each employee throughout 2012, Ocean City Home Bank announced Brenda Flaherty-Pickeral, Ashley Acosta and Juan David Godoy the winners of its annual “It Pays to Give” contest.

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Pet sitter gets top award

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE -- Vanessa Sorace, owner of Zoo Sitters LLC in Cape May Court House, has been named Pet Sitters International's 2012 Pet Sitter of the Year.

“This award is presented annually to one pet sitter who embodies the passion and professionalism of the pet-sitting industry,” reads an announcement about the award. 

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Leslie Pastore named event coordinator at Reeds

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STONE HARBOR – The Reeds at Shelter Haven has named Leslie Pastore as event coordinator.

The Reeds is a 37-room boutique hotel now under construction, set to open this summer. The hotel is accepting room reservations for the summer and wedding and private event bookings for Sept. 15 and beyond.

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FEMA offers readiness tips

Hurricane Sandy survivors know how important it is to be prepared for disasters.

This year, as you make your New Year's resolutions, the Federal Emergency Management Agency urges you to have a disaster plan and integrate smartphones into it.

Here are some preparedness tips:

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Marotta and Swanson named 2013 Five Star winners

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OCEAN CITY — Prudential, Fox and Roach’s Nick Marotta, an Ocean City-Battersea sales associate, and Marge Swanson, an Ocean City office mortgage consultant, were both recently named New Jersey Five Star Professional award winners.

The award winners appeared in a special section in the March issue of New Jersey Monthly.

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Horner named director of patient access at Cape Regional

Horner named director of patient access at Cape Regional 
Horner named director of patient access at Cape Regional

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Heidi A. Horner has been appointed director of patient access at Cape Regional Medical Center.

Horner’s experience in healthcare spans more than 20 years; serving in the roles of social work/case management, marketing and sales, and management in acute care, long term/sub-acute care, and outpatient radiology. Most recently, she served as manager of the patient access liaison program at South Jersey Healthcare.  She earned her bachelor of arts in sociology from Arcadia University and her masters of science in management in healthcare administration from New England College.

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Atlantic Electric donating more than 1,000 smoke alarms

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Atlantic City Electric will donate 1,080 smoke alarms to fire marshals in southern New Jersey as part of the utility’s Emergency Services Partnership Program.

The smoke alarms will be dispersed in January, 2013 to eight counties within Atlantic City Electric’s service area. The donation provides much needed resources for county fire marshals who give the smoke alarms to New Jersey residents who need them.   

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Employees donate to hospital capital campaign


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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – In 2012, the staff at Cape Regional Medical Center contributed more than $55,000 to the Brodesser Cancer Center Capital Campaign.

“Partnership at this level is extraordinary,” stated Corinne Robinson, MSN, co-chair of the Employee Campaign Committee.

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