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Davies outstanding young men meet role models

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Friday, June 06, 2014 05:00 pm

Camden County Prosecutor Willie Mahan and chiropractor Dr. David Sornoff enjoyed the delicacies at the barbeque. Camden County Prosecutor Willie Mahan and chiropractor Dr. David Sornoff enjoyed the delicacies at the barbeque. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Three dozen students in grades six through eight have been recognized for being “outstanding young men”. For their reward, the William Davies Middle School students got to spend a day with a wide variety of role models that culminated with them sitting elbow to elbow at a barbeque on the school grounds.

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Hamilton Committee creates deputy police chief position

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Friday, June 06, 2014 04:30 pm

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – By a vote of 4-1, the Hamilton Township Committee passed an ordinance to create a new deputy police chief position, and also eliminated the current police captain position at its meeting on Monday, June 2. Committeewoman Aline Dix cast the lone dissenting vote.

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Art show at Roundhouse Museum in Egg Harbor City

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, June 06, 2014 12:00 pm

Art show at Roundhouse Museum in Egg Harbor City Art show at Roundhouse Museum in Egg Harbor City The Egg Harbor City Historical Society will sponsor an Art Show at the Roundhouse Museum, 533 London Avenue, from 1 to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 7. A dozen artists will be featured in the event.

The Roundhouse Museum contains memorabilia and items historically significant to Egg Harbor City and the surrounding area. Permanent displays include Liberty Cut Glass, C.P. Leek & Sons boats, clothing and wine industries and Dr. Smith's Health Spa.

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GEHR promoter receives award from three communities

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Friday, June 06, 2014 12:00 am

GEHR promoter receives award from three communities GEHR promoter receives award from three communities HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Julie Hazard, the Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District’s financial secretary and public relations coordinator, received recognition from three of the district’s communities at the Hamilton Township Committee meeting on Monday, June 2. She was honored for her dedication and positive attitude in publicizing events in the district’s three high schools.

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Holocaust survivor speaks with Oakcrest students

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Written by Julie Hazard Friday, June 06, 2014 12:00 am

Oakcrest junior Morgan Currier, center, with speakers Marco Polo Smigliani, Egg Harbor Township resident and U. S. Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran and Veterans' advocate, at left, and Holocaust survivor David S. Wisnia, at right Oakcrest junior Morgan Currier, center, with speakers Marco Polo Smigliani, Egg Harbor Township resident and U. S. Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran and Veterans' advocate, at left, and Holocaust survivor David S. Wisnia, at right Holocaust survivor David S. Wisnia recounted his four years of life in Nazi concentration camps and his escape from the Nazis during World War II to Oakcrest history students on May 9.  An accomplished cantor, Wisnia, now 88 years old, lives in Levittown, Pa.

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Davies students take over township hall for a day

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Thursday, June 05, 2014 12:00 am

Lena Nguyen,13, learns about human resources from her mentor Mary Kelly. Lena Nguyen,13, learns about human resources from her mentor Mary Kelly. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Eighth grade students from the William Davies Middle School arrived at township hall on the morning of Wednesday, June 4 and proceeded to take over the local government.

Actually, this was not a coup d’état but rather the start of the annual Youth in Government Day in Hamilton Township. The 25th annual event – started in 1990 when the local government was temporarily housed in a building in the Business Park as a result of a fire that razed the existing municipal building in February 1988 – again placed students with elected officials and department heads.

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Hess Educational Complex Paraprofessional of the month

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, June 04, 2014 08:00 am

Hess Educational Complex Paraprofessional of the month Hess Educational Complex Paraprofessional of the month Traci Brittain of Mays Landing is the Hess Educational Complex Paraprofessional of the Month for April. Traci ha worked in the Hamilton Township School District for 15 years and was picked by her co-workers for going "Above and Beyond" her daily duties.

 

Angelo, Kurtz receive party nods in uncontested primary

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Wednesday, June 04, 2014 12:00 am

Angelo, Kurtz receive party nods in uncontested primary Angelo, Kurtz receive party nods in uncontested primary HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – In the New Jersey primary election held on Tuesday, June 3, republican John Kurtz and democrat Michael Angelo won their parties’ endorsements for one contested seat on Hamilton Township Committee with 402 and 400 votes respectively.

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Senior take over day at Cedar Creek

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Written by Julie Hazard Tuesday, June 03, 2014 05:00 pm

Cedar Creek seniors and staff at the end of the Cedar Creek seniors and staff at the end of the Cedar Creek High School in Egg Harbor City hosted its second annual Senior Take Over Day on May 29th. The seniors had the privilege of assuming the roles of administrators, teachers and staff for the entire school day. More than 60 seniors participated in the event while gaining a deeper appreciation for the hard work that staff puts in on a daily basis.

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Cedar Creek students learn how to determine water quality

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Written by Julie Hazard Tuesday, June 03, 2014 08:00 am

Cedar Creek Environmental Science students take a break from sample collection, from left, Nico Musitano, Lexie Blazej, Hayley Bryde, Matt Sooy, Taylor Troehler, and ShyAnne Matias. Cedar Creek Environmental Science students take a break from sample collection, from left, Nico Musitano, Lexie Blazej, Hayley Bryde, Matt Sooy, Taylor Troehler, and ShyAnne Matias. Cedar Creek High School Environmental Science and Biology classes participated in a hands-on demonstration centered on identifying macro invertebrates, showing them how organism identification can determine the quality of water.  Mullica River Watershed Ambassador Steve Luell and Greater Egg Harbor Watershed Ambassador Morgyn Ellis visited the school on April 8-9 and made presentations to the students.  

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