Tuesday, March 11
UPPER TOWNSHIP - Historical Society Meeting of Upper Township Covered Dish Supper and Show and Tell 6 p.m. at the Tuckahoe Methodist Church, Upper Township. Welcome to new members. Guests welcome. See www.uppertwphistory.org
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Breast Cancer Support Group 2 p.m. in the Maruchi Room at Cape Regional Medical Center. This is a support group for those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, those who are survivors of breast cancer and their families. Call 609-463-4043.
Thursday, Mar. 13
MAYS LANDING — ACCC Restaurant Gala is March 13 -Tickets are on sale for the Atlantic Cape Community College 31st annual Restaurant Gala Thursday, March 13, at Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel and Casino.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Diabetes Support Group 6 p.m. in Classrooms A and B at Cape Regional Medical Center. A meeting with changing diabetes related topics. Call 609-463-4043.
VOORHEES – Kevin Kirwan has been named senior director of operations for New Jersey American Water’s Coastal Region, which includes Atlantic, Cape May, Monmouth, and Ocean counties. Kirwan will be responsible for water production, field customer service, water transmission and distribution operations, and oversee local construction projects in New Jersey American Water’s service areas.
AVALON – Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc., has announced that Jonathan Landon is now a sales associate in its Avalon office at 2997 Dune Drive.
The business also announced that Louise Dierks has joined its Avalon office. Dierks will specialize in working with homebuyers and sellers.
Danielle Fox, seated on left, Carol Kemler, Michael McGuire, standing at left, and Tom Aromando have been named shareholders at Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni and Kelly.
MARMORA — Thomas Aromando, Danielle Fox, Carol Kemler, and Michael McGuire have been named as shareholders at Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni and Kelly, the firm announced recently.
A graduate of Albright College, Aromando has been with the firm since 2000 and was previously a manager. He is a certified public accountant and a certified valuation analyst who has more than 35 years of experience in public accounting.
Delaware River and Bay Authority officials have a job fair scheduled inside the Cape May ferry terminal 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 8 to attract qualified applicants for seasonal/casual positions in various departments, including customer service, food and retail.
The ferry hires more than 250 seasonal employees each summer.
FOLSOM – South Jersey Gas is warning customers of a scam that attempts to convince them to purchase and provide prepaid money card information over the phone to avoid having their natural gas service disrupted.
This scam has occurred throughout the United States over the past several years impacting customers of electric and gas utility companies.
Area residents took part in a drug addiction forum Thursday night.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — The battle against drug addiction in Cape May County is now in the hands of the people.
Heroin is the main target.
Several area residents signed up to be part of subcommittees following the Community Action Against Addiction forum Thursday, March 6, at the Cape May County administration building in Middle Township. The four groups are focused on research and advocacy; prevention and education; treatment; and recovery support.
Cape May County Freeholder Kristine Gabor said it’s now up to the people to take the fight to the next level.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Zoe Lord, ER registration clerk at Cape Regional Medical Center is the Service Excellence of the Month award recipient for December.
“Zoe does an excellent job in her ER registration clerk position. She is always friendly, welcoming and a great new employee trainer,” stated Ashley Brad, a co-worker in ER registration.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable arm of TD Bank, recently donated $9,000 to Cape Regional Medical Center’s parish nurse program.
The funds from the TD Charitable Foundation will support the program’s community outreach initiatives through health fairs, community health and wellness education, free health screenings and support groups.
The Play With Jack Foundation donated $2,500 toward a cancer center at Cape Regional Medical Center.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Mary Hudak and Monica Coskey, board members from the Play With Jack Foundation, recently presented a $2,500 donation to Joanne Carrocino, president and CEO of Cape Regional Medical Center and Thomas Piratzky, executive director of the Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation, to support the Cancer Center Capital Campaign .
Crest Savings Sponsors Optimist Basketball Tournament
Crest Savings Bank is a corporate sponsor of the Greater Wildwood Optimist Club’s annual basketball and cheerleading tournament. The bank’s contribution will cover the cost of the tournament T-shirts. Above, Crest Savings Bank Senior Vice President and Branch Administrator Jodie DiEduardo, left, and Crest Savings Bank President and CEO Jay Ford, right, present the sponsorship check to Greater Wildwood Optimist Club representative David J. Del Conte.