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Noted author visits Hess Complex in Mays Landing students

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, June 16, 2014 12:00 pm

The student winners of the art contest join David Greenberg for a pizza lunch along with their librarians Kristen Mulraney, Janet Yunghans and art teacher Kristen DeVuyst. The student winners of the art contest join David Greenberg for a pizza lunch along with their librarians Kristen Mulraney, Janet Yunghans and art teacher Kristen DeVuyst. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP -“Words have power,” was the message award-winning author David Greenberg relayed to the second and third grade audience members at the George L. Hess Educational Complex on Friday, May 9. Greenberg’s visit was initiated by media specialists, Kristen Mulraney and Janet Yunghans. 

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Suspect arrested in April crash that injured Hamilton officer

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, June 16, 2014 11:25 am

David McAvaddy David McAvaddy HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – A 41-year-old Egg Harbor Township man has turned himself in to the Hamilton Township Police Department to face charges in connection with an April 25 motor vehicle accident than injured a Hamilton police officer.

David McAvaddy was wanted for assault by auto, driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. He turned himself in Monday, June 16. 

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Preliminary flood insurance rate maps available for review

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, June 16, 2014 10:35 am

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (PFIRM) and the Preliminary Flood Insurance Study (FIS) for Atlantic County, have been released by FEMA and are available for review in Town Hall, 6101 Thirteenth St. in Mays Landing.

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Nineteen students graduate from St. Vincent de Paul Regional School

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, June 16, 2014 08:30 am

Front row from left are Julia Rivera, Julia Train, Erica Donahue, Tiffani Cain, Daniel Bloh, Matthew Crosby, and Kevin Hewitt. In the back row are Scott Bruggeworth, Randy Molina, Matthew Compton, Kenneth Eichmann, III, Dominic Grassi, Brian Devinney, Jr., Jack Baldi, Nicholas Brown, Jack Compton, Patrick Muller, Jr., Justin Dorofee, and Tristan Mungcal. Front row from left are Julia Rivera, Julia Train, Erica Donahue, Tiffani Cain, Daniel Bloh, Matthew Crosby, and Kevin Hewitt. In the back row are Scott Bruggeworth, Randy Molina, Matthew Compton, Kenneth Eichmann, III, Dominic Grassi, Brian Devinney, Jr., Jack Baldi, Nicholas Brown, Jack Compton, Patrick Muller, Jr., Justin Dorofee, and Tristan Mungcal. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Nineteen students were awarded their eighth-grade diplomas Saturday, June 7, at the St. Vincent de Paul Church in Mays Landing.

Graduates

Jack Baldi, Mays Landing

Daniel Bloh, Mays Landing

Nicholas Brown, Egg Harbor Township

Scott Bruggeworth, Mays Landing

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National Pillowcase Project at Spragg School

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, June 16, 2014 12:00 am

Students from Heather Crosson’s classroom, front left, Jenna Thomas and Isabella Wilson display their pillowcase handiwork for the pilot program sponsored by the American Red Cross. Students from Heather Crosson’s classroom, front left, Jenna Thomas and Isabella Wilson display their pillowcase handiwork for the pilot program sponsored by the American Red Cross. EGG HARBOR CITY–Representatives from the American Red Cross chapter presented one of the first national Pillowcase Project to the third grade classes at the Charles L. Spragg School, of Egg Harbor City. The students received a pillowcase that they could decorate and bring home, designed to become a personal emergency supplies kit, and a student workbook, to help the students learn more about natural hazards and help their family prepare for an emergency.

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William Davies Middle School Class of 2014

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Monday, June 16, 2014 12:00 am

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - On Monday, June 16 the William Davies Middles School held their eighth-grade gradation ceremony. Here is the list of graduates:

Darryl W. Adams, Jr. 

Lucas Russell Adams* 

Gabrielle Kenda Ade* 

Zhané Nideeya Albright 

Falmata Adam Ali 

Sartu Ali 

André Justin Alleyne 

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Committee votes to accept parking lot contract

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Monday, June 16, 2014 12:00 am

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Plans for the construction of an auxiliary parking lot for Hamilton Township Hall on 13th Street moved forward at the Monday, June 16 meeting of the township’s governing body.

Fred M. Shiavone Construction, Inc. of Malaga, the lone bidder on the project, received the contract to do the work for the sum of $416,175. Since only $400,000 was budgeted, Deputy Mayor Amy Gatto suggested rebidding the project and cast the lone negative vote because of the cost.

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Senior take over day at Oakcrest

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Written by Julie Hazard Sunday, June 15, 2014 05:00 pm

Oakcrest Principal Dan Money, front center, met with all Teacher Take-Over Day seniors at the end of the day for a Oakcrest Principal Dan Money, front center, met with all Teacher Take-Over Day seniors at the end of the day for a Oakcrest High School helds its annual Senior Teacher Take-Over day on May 30, where teachers and staff members were able to mentor a senior, as the students reviewed and planned lessons to be taught that day.  Over 80 seniors enjoyed this "senior privilege," coordinated by math teacher Leah McDonnell.

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Mass and butterfly release offer comfort to loved ones of deceased

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Sunday, June 15, 2014 02:00 pm

Jacqueline Robinson and her daughter Alexis, 19, both of Pomona release their butterflies in remembrance of their father and grandfather respectively. Jacqueline Robinson and her daughter Alexis, 19, both of Pomona release their butterflies in remembrance of their father and grandfather respectively. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Friends and relatives of those who were laid to rest in the Holy Cross Cemetery and Chapel Mausoleum in Mays Landing in 2013 gathered there on Saturday, June 7 for a memorial mass and butterfly release.

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Egg Harbor City Historical Society museum hosts art show

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Sunday, June 15, 2014 11:00 am

MacKenzie Thomas, 13 a student at the Egg Harbor City Community School, pointed out artwork that she submitted for the art show. MacKenzie Thomas, 13 a student at the Egg Harbor City Community School, pointed out artwork that she submitted for the art show. EGG HARBOR CITY – The Egg Harbor City Historical Society held its annual art show on Saturday, June 7. More than a dozen artists were on hand to showcase their paintings, sculptures and photography. Participants included grade school students as well as accomplished artists.

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