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Jobs fair at the ferry terminal Saturday

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.

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Three promoted at Ocean City Home Bank

OCEAN CITY – Ocean City Home Bank recently announced three promotions.

Dave Krause has been promoted to the position of first vice president of accounting, Matthew Grant is now vice president of commercial lending, and Heather Hays has been promoted to assistant vice president of human resources training and recruitment, the bank announced.

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Donna Leyland hired at RE/MAX

NORTH WILDWOOD – RE/MAX at the Shore recently announced the hiring of its newest sales associate, Donna Leyland.

Leyland has 24 years of experience in the real estate business.

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Leisner joins Cape Regional Physicians Associates

 CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Dr. William Leisner, an internist, was expected to join Cape Regional Physicians Associates starting Feb. 1.

Leisner is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. He completed his post-graduate medical education in internal medicine at Lehigh Valley Hospital Center in Allentown, Pa. He is board certified in internal medicine.

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Crest Savings Sponsors Optimist Basketball Tournament

 Crest Savings Sponsors Optimist Basketball Tournament 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.

 
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Local campground supports Wildwood Catholic High School

 David Robinson, Joseph Catanoso and Maggy Robinson with a check for Wildwood Catholic High School. 

 David Robinson, Joseph Catanoso and Maggy Robinson with a check for Wildwood Catholic High School.

Holly Shores Camping Resort, a family campground in Lower Township, collected $1,000 over the summer in support of Wildwood Catholic High School through various events and fundraisers at the campground.

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Pete Byron Realty merging with Beecher Kay

 WILDWOOD—Realtor Pete Byron confirmed this week that his Pacific Avenue real estate business is merging with another local real estate firm.

Byron is also a Wildwood commissioner.

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Morey’s to offer school programs this spring

 Morey’s to offer school programs this spring  Morey’s to offer school programs this spring

THE WILDWOODS –This spring, Morey’s Piers on the boardwalk plans to host a series of school programs that include classroom fundraisers and educational class trips, and a pier-wide celebration for teachers.  

Education Extravaganza is a full-day class trip complete with workshops, entertainment and amusement rides for students in grades 3-12.  Available on May 28, 29, and 30, class trip dates include a Raging Waters Waterpark pass valid 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mariner’s Landing Pier ride pass for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., workshop sessions (available May 29 and 30 only) such as Seashore Ecology, Basic Physics Boardwalk Style, Peer Leadership on the Beach, a peek behind the scenes of the Ghost Ship, a chaperone for each 10 students and free bus parking.

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