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Neals wins fourth grade art contest

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, May 26, 2014 12:00 am

Winner of the Jaiden Ohnemuller-Muskett Visual Arts Contest Payge Neals stands with her artwork. Winner of the Jaiden Ohnemuller-Muskett Visual Arts Contest Payge Neals stands with her artwork. MULLICA TOWNSHIP– The Mullica Township Parent Teacher Association has announced Payge Neals as the first place winner of its inaugural Jaiden Ohnemuller-Muskett Visual Arts Contest.

“With so many impressive entries, the PTA officers found it very difficult to select a winner,” said Beth Schroeder Buonsante, PTA treasurer and contest chairwoman. “Payge Neals’s colorful drawing and depiction of our theme, Mullica Township PRIDE, scored the highest among all entries.”

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Teen male and female take 6K titles

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Sunday, May 25, 2014 03:00 pm

Participants in the H2O Give Help to Others 6K Race take off from the starting line to begin their run on the cross country course. Participants in the H2O Give Help to Others 6K Race take off from the starting line to begin their run on the cross country course. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Thirteen year-old Sean May of Mays Landing and 19 year-old Michelina Hesse from Mullica Township were the respective male and female winners of the H2O Give Help to Others 6K Race held on a cross country course at the William Davies Middle School on Saturday, May 17.

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Davies students learn about green careers

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Sunday, May 25, 2014 11:00 am

Christina Albert of Jah’s Creation Organic Farm explained organic farming to eighth graders Khalil Hill, Dylan Forbes, Dajour Smith and Ray Kwon. Christina Albert of Jah’s Creation Organic Farm explained organic farming to eighth graders Khalil Hill, Dylan Forbes, Dajour Smith and Ray Kwon. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Students in the William Davies Middle School took time out from their normal studies on Friday, May 16 to learn about green careers. Eighth graders had the opportunity to meet with a variety of exhibitors in the library relating to that field.

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ACIT provides veterans with a warm welcome

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Saturday, May 24, 2014 03:00 pm

Atlantic County Institute of Technology Superintendent Philip Guenther visits with military veterans who were treated to lunch at the school. Atlantic County Institute of Technology Superintendent Philip Guenther visits with military veterans who were treated to lunch at the school. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Following a delicious meal of salad, beef, mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables, courtesy of the staff and administration of the Atlantic County Institute of Technology, Korean War veteran Marine Bob Watt opted to pass on the rice pudding for a very logical reason. Having spent a long period of time in a Chinese prisoner of war camp during the Korean War in 1951, rice was pretty much his sole source of nutrition. Ever since his release, it is a grain that he tends to avoid.

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Historical society celebrates reopening of Little Red Schoolhouse museum

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Saturday, May 24, 2014 11:00 am

Historical Society Vice President Dottie Kinsey shows Clovis points, used as knife blades or spear points by the Clovis culture in New Mexico that date back to 10,000 B.C.,  to visitors Bill Curry and Nancy Molinari of Mays Landing. Historical Society Vice President Dottie Kinsey shows Clovis points, used as knife blades or spear points by the Clovis culture in New Mexico that date back to 10,000 B.C., to visitors Bill Curry and Nancy Molinari of Mays Landing. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The Hamilton Township Historical Society’s museum is again open for those looking to peruse the many artifacts located in the building. The museum, located in the former Little Red Schoolhouse at 49 Mill Street, held an open house on Saturday, May 17 to mark the reopening.

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Flags of our fathers placed by Boy Scout volunteers

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Written by James Fitzpatrick Saturday, May 24, 2014 09:09 am

James FitzPatrick / Jeff Armbruster and his son Ethan were in Holy Cross Cemetery in Mays Landing Friday, May 23, placing flags on all of the veterans’ graves on behalf of Boy Scout Troop 126 and VFW Post 220. James FitzPatrick / Jeff Armbruster and his son Ethan were in Holy Cross Cemetery in Mays Landing Friday, May 23, placing flags on all of the veterans’ graves on behalf of Boy Scout Troop 126 and VFW Post 220. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Each Memorial Day, when the local cemetery is transformed into a sea of red white blue to honor the service of veterans who have passed on, it might seem like all those flags appear by magic.

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EHC, Pleasantville subject of ‘Images’ publication

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Friday, May 23, 2014 08:00 pm

Egg Harbor City Historical Society librarian Dennis Niceler displays the 128-page “Images of America: Around Egg Harbor City and Pleasantville.” Egg Harbor City Historical Society librarian Dennis Niceler displays the 128-page “Images of America: Around Egg Harbor City and Pleasantville.” EGG HARBOR CITY – Photos from the private collection of a prominent turn-of-the-century photographers are being cherished and admired again on the pages of a book to be released May 26.

“Images of America: Around Egg Harbor City and Pleasantville” contains 128 pages of photographs taken over a 30-year period by Kirscht family members during the latter part of the 1800s and the early 1900s.

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Hamilton school board receives state recognition

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Friday, May 23, 2014 05:30 pm

Charlene Zoerb, a field service representative for the New Jersey School Boards Association presented the Hamilton Township Board of Education with the association’s Board Certification. Pictured with Zoerb are, L-R, member John Sacchinelli, former member George Hassa, member Greg Ciambrone, member Amelia Francis, Vice President Peg Capone, President Dr. Anne Erickson, member Greg Cassidy, member Erik Aiken, member Stephanie Buchanan, Superintendent Dr. Michelle Cappelluti, member Kim Melton and former member Barbara Kupp. Charlene Zoerb, a field service representative for the New Jersey School Boards Association presented the Hamilton Township Board of Education with the association’s Board Certification. Pictured with Zoerb are, L-R, member John Sacchinelli, former member George Hassa, member Greg Ciambrone, member Amelia Francis, Vice President Peg Capone, President Dr. Anne Erickson, member Greg Cassidy, member Erik Aiken, member Stephanie Buchanan, Superintendent Dr. Michelle Cappelluti, member Kim Melton and former member Barbara Kupp. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The Hamilton Township Board of Education received coveted recognition at its meeting on Tuesday, May 20. Charlene Zoerb, a field service representative for the New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA), presented the members with the association’s Board Certification.

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Hamilton Committee takes first step to create deputy police chief position

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Friday, May 23, 2014 11:22 am

Hamilton Committee takes first step to create deputy police chief position Hamilton Committee takes first step to create deputy police chief position HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The Hamilton Township Committee voted 4-1 to introduce an ordinance to create a Deputy Chief of Police/ Office of Emergency Management position and eliminate the current police captain position. Committeewoman Aline Dix was the lone dissenting vote during the Monday, May 19 meeting.

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Shaner students hold spring concert

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Saturday, May 17, 2014 12:00 pm

Wednesday’s group of kindergartners sing and sway along with music teacher Sue Milone during the spring concert titled “Wonderful World of Water”. Wednesday’s group of kindergartners sing and sway along with music teacher Sue Milone during the spring concert titled “Wonderful World of Water”. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - Kindergarten students in the Joseph C. Shaner Elementary School held their spring concerts, titled “Wonderful World of Water” on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 14-16 in their school. The 303 students in the class were divided into three groups due to the large numbers of family members who were likely to attend. 

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