Regional Business

The Diving Horse reopens with new executive chef

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, May 21, 2014 10:53 am

AVALON– On Saturday, May 24, co-owners Dan Clark and Ed Hackett will reopen The Diving Horse for its fifth season.  They will also introduce a new executive chef, Palmer Marinelli, who has cooked at their restaurant for the past four years, most recently as Chef de Cuisine.

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Cape Regional appoints new foundation board members

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, May 06, 2014 02:51 pm

 Robert Baxter Robert Baxter  Cookie Bishop-Boriss Cookie Bishop-Boriss CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cookie Bishop-Boriss and Robert Baxter have been appointed to the board of the Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation.

Bishop-Boriss is employed by Millennium Respiratory Services of Cape May Court House, and is responsible for the assessment and monitoring of patients with neuromuscular disease.

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Cape Counseling completes $50,000 pledge for behavioral health unit

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, May 06, 2014 02:26 pm

Greg Speed, CEO of Cape Counseling, presents a check for $25,000 to Deborah Baehser, RN, MHSA vice president of patient services at Cape Regional Medical Center. From left are Cape Regional Medical Center president and CEO Joanne Carrocino, Baehser, Speed, Mary Osler, RN, Nursing Director Emergency Medicine, and Steve Marchiano, executive vice president of Cape Counseling.  Greg Speed, CEO of Cape Counseling, presents a check for $25,000 to Deborah Baehser, RN, MHSA vice president of patient services at Cape Regional Medical Center. From left are Cape Regional Medical Center president and CEO Joanne Carrocino, Baehser, Speed, Mary Osler, RN, Nursing Director Emergency Medicine, and Steve Marchiano, executive vice president of Cape Counseling.  CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cape Counseling CEO Greg Speed and executive vice president Steven Marchiano recently presented a $25,000 check to Cape Regional Medical Center, completing a $50,000 pledge in support of the behavioral health unit in the emergency department.

“The unit, which opened in the summer of 2013, serves individuals with mental health and/or substance abuse disorders in a safe environment that greatly enhances the patient’s privacy and security,” said vice president of patient services Deborah Baehser.

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Joan Pote receives Service Excellence Award

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, May 06, 2014 01:00 pm

  Joan Pote Joan Pote CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cape Regional Medical Center nutritional services cook Joan Pote received the Service Excellence Award for April.

"Joan brightens the day with her great sense of humor and smile. She is consistently happy and friendly to her customers,” said Kevin Smyth, Marjorie Madonna, and Carolyn Richards, who nominated her for the award. “Joan goes above and beyond to ensure everyone has access to a great breakfast and is an awesome Cape Regional team member.”

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Crest Savings Bank sponsors Mary Lazarus Memorial fundraiser

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, May 06, 2014 12:53 pm

 From left, Greg Speed, CEO of Cape Counseling Services; Karen Graham, Crest Savings Bank Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer; Esther Read, Cape Counseling Services Board Member; Linda Williams, Crest Savings Bank Business Development Officer.
 From left, Greg Speed, CEO of Cape Counseling Services; Karen Graham, Crest Savings Bank Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer; Esther Read, Cape Counseling Services Board Member; Linda Williams, Crest Savings Bank Business Development Officer.  WILDWOOD CREST – Crest Savings Bank sponsored the Second Annual Mary Lazarus Memorial Benefit Fundraiser held Saturday, May 3 at the Bayview in Wildwood Crest. The proceeds from the event support assisting individuals with mental illness through Cape Counseling Services in Cape May County.

 

County chamber to honor 25- and 50-year members

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, May 06, 2014 12:50 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce will recognize 10 members who celebrate 25 years of membership and two members for 50 years of membership at its next monthly business meeting set for Thursday, May 15 at Two Mile Restaurant.

The Golden Inn Hotel & Conference Center and Cape May County Technical High School will be presented with a plaque recognizing their 50 years of membership in the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce.

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Xi Beta Pi donates car seats

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, April 07, 2014 03:42 pm

 Members of Xi Beta Pi, a chapter of Beta Sigma Phi international women’s group, deliver car seats to Cape Regional Medical Center.
 Members of Xi Beta Pi, a chapter of Beta Sigma Phi international women’s group, deliver car seats to Cape Regional Medical Center. CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Dianna Day, Extension Officer, Kate Carr, President, and Mary Conley, Treasurer of Xi Beta Pi, a chapter of Beta Sigma Phi international women’s group, recently delivered five car seats to the Maternal and Child Health Department at Cape Regional Medical Center.

“We are very pleased to make our annual delivery of car seats to Cape Regional Medical Center,” stated Day. “This is our way of showing our appreciation to the staff at Cape Regional’s maternity department and to make sure that every family has a brand-new, state-of-the-art car seat to transport their newborn home.”

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Local churches support breast cancer awareness and mammogram program

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, April 01, 2014 11:00 pm


Local churches support breast cancer awareness and mammogram program  Local churches support breast cancer awareness and mammogram program CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – On Thursday, March 13, church leaders and Cape Regional

Medical Center staff celebrated another year of raising awareness about breast health and breast cancer education through the Susan G. Komen, Central and South Jersey Mammogram Screening Program at Cape Regional Medical Center.

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