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James Frederic Steelman traveled to Huntington Beach with the OC Gazette

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 18, 2015 10:49 am

James Frederic Steelman of Ocean City recently traveled to Huntington Beach, Calif. to celebrate the birth of his great-grandson and namesake James Frederic Steelman IV. From left are grandson James III (Jake) holding great-grandson James IV (Jax), the original James Steelman and son James Jr. (Jimbo).
James Frederic Steelman of Ocean City recently traveled to Huntington Beach, Calif. to celebrate the birth of his great-grandson and namesake James Frederic Steelman IV. From left are grandson James III (Jake) holding great-grandson James IV (Jax), the original James Steelman and son James Jr. (Jimbo). James Frederic Steelman of Ocean City recently traveled to Huntington Beach, Calif. to celebrate the birth of his great-grandson and namesake James Frederic Steelman IV. From left are grandson James III (Jake) holding great-grandson James IV (Jax), the original James Steelman and son James Jr. (Jimbo).

 

The OC Gazette celebrating in Stresa

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 18, 2015 10:48 am

From left are Gary, Victoria and Pat Van Natten in Stresa, Italy celebrating Victoria’s graduation from Washington and Lee University and Pat and Gary’s 40th wedding anniversary.
From left are Gary, Victoria and Pat Van Natten in Stresa, Italy celebrating Victoria’s graduation from Washington and Lee University and Pat and Gary’s 40th wedding anniversary. From left are Gary, Victoria and Pat Van Natten in Stresa, Italy celebrating Victoria’s graduation from Washington and Lee University and Pat and Gary’s 40th wedding anniversary.

   

Anniversary football game

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, February 13, 2015 11:01 am

Anniversary football game Anniversary football game Andre and Sonja Nixon of Pleasantville took in a Bills’ game and an anniversary trip to Buffalo, N.Y.

 

The Clark, Armstrong, Perro and Dickinson families adventured at Turkey Swamp

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 11, 2015 10:57 am

The Clark, Armstrong, Perro and Dickinson families packed up tents and a camper for a two-night adventure at Turkey Swamp. Many fun adventures were held in the rain and the trip was topped off with a The Clark, Armstrong, Perro and Dickinson families packed up tents and a camper for a two-night adventure at Turkey Swamp. Many fun adventures were held in the rain and the trip was topped off with a The Clark, Armstrong, Perro and Dickinson families packed up tents and a camper for a two-night adventure at Turkey Swamp. Many fun adventures were held in the rain and the trip was topped off with a "Friends-giving" feast. Of course, The Gazette was brought along to enjoy this memorable experience.

   

The Gazette traveled to the Tokyo Tower

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 11, 2015 10:55 am

Denise Schmalbach of Ocean City and her daughter, Sarah Schmalbach of Arlington, Va., traveled with The Gazette to the Tokyo Tower on a three-week tour of Japan, China and Thailand.
Denise Schmalbach of Ocean City and her daughter, Sarah Schmalbach of Arlington, Va., traveled with The Gazette to the Tokyo Tower on a three-week tour of Japan, China and Thailand. Denise Schmalbach of Ocean City and her daughter, Sarah Schmalbach of Arlington, Va., traveled with The Gazette to the Tokyo Tower on a three-week tour of Japan, China and Thailand.

 

The Gazette traveled to Australia

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 11, 2015 10:00 am

Kathy Miller, Lori Flavin, Joe and Anne Koch of Osprey Point and Betty Hollingsworth and Eileen Ohare of Sea Isle City traveled with The Gazette to Australia and New Zealand.
Kathy Miller, Lori Flavin, Joe and Anne Koch of Osprey Point and Betty Hollingsworth and Eileen Ohare of Sea Isle City traveled with The Gazette to Australia and New Zealand. Kathy Miller, Lori Flavin, Joe and Anne Koch of Osprey Point and Betty Hollingsworth and Eileen Ohare of Sea Isle City traveled with The Gazette to Australia and New Zealand.

   

The Sosnowskys visited the Saint Frances Cabrini Shrine

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 11, 2015 12:00 am

Joe and Ginny Sosnowsky of Ocean City visited the Saint Frances Cabrini Shrine in Golden, Colo. with The Gazette during a Thanksgiving trip to see their daughter Katie, son-in-law Steve, and grandchildren Solomon and Meskele.
Joe and Ginny Sosnowsky of Ocean City visited the Saint Frances Cabrini Shrine in Golden, Colo. with The Gazette during a Thanksgiving trip to see their daughter Katie, son-in-law Steve, and grandchildren Solomon and Meskele. Joe and Ginny Sosnowsky of Ocean City visited the Saint Frances Cabrini Shrine in Golden, Colo. with The Gazette during a Thanksgiving trip to see their daughter Katie, son-in-law Steve, and grandchildren Solomon and Meskele.

 

Sandra and Tristan Kooker in front of the “Barrel Tree” at the Jack Daniels Distillery

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 11, 2015 12:00 am

Sandra and Tristan Kooker in front of the “Barrel Tree” at the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg, Tenn. The group went to the distillery while visiting Tristan for Thanksgiving. He is attending grad school in Huntsville, Ala. 
Sandra and Tristan Kooker in front of the “Barrel Tree” at the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg, Tenn. The group went to the distillery while visiting Tristan for Thanksgiving. He is attending grad school in Huntsville, Ala. Sandra and Tristan Kooker in front of the “Barrel Tree” at the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg, Tenn. The group went to the distillery while visiting Tristan for Thanksgiving. He is attending grad school in Huntsville, Ala.

   

The Gazette traveled to the Ocean City Quiet Festival

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 11, 2015 12:00 am

Grace Kelly, Sydney Smith, Lily Powell, and Jessica Creamer holding her pet guinea pig Skyler are shown at the Ocean City Quiet Festival. Skyler won two first place ribbons
Grace Kelly, Sydney Smith, Lily Powell, and Jessica Creamer holding her pet guinea pig Skyler are shown at the Ocean City Quiet Festival. Skyler won two first place ribbons Grace Kelly, Sydney Smith, Lily Powell, and Jessica Creamer holding her pet guinea pig Skyler are shown at the Ocean City Quiet Festival. Skyler won two first place ribbons

 

Snowy getaway

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, February 06, 2015 10:48 am

Snowy getaway Snowy getaway The Afanador, Del Re, McGowan, Stetser and Weldon families traveled together to the Jack Frost Big Boulder Ski Area in the Poconos Jan. 31-Feb. 2 for some skiing, snowboarding and tubing. Overnight Sunday the resort got about 10 inches of snow.

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The Gazette traveled with Bob and Wilma Dubil

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 04, 2015 12:00 am

The Gazette traveled with Bob and Wilma Dubil on their recent trip to the Canadian Rockies, starting in Vancouver with a float plane trip to Victoria, trekking on the Athabasca Glacier, a cable car trip to the Whistler's Peak in Jasper National Park and a scenic train trip to Banf where they took a rubber float boat down the Bow River.
The Gazette traveled with Bob and Wilma Dubil on their recent trip to the Canadian Rockies, starting in Vancouver with a float plane trip to Victoria, trekking on the Athabasca Glacier, a cable car trip to the Whistler's Peak in Jasper National Park and a scenic train trip to Banf where they took a rubber float boat down the Bow River. The Gazette traveled with Bob and Wilma Dubil on their recent trip to the Canadian Rockies, starting in Vancouver with a float plane trip to Victoria, trekking on the Athabasca Glacier, a cable car trip to the Whistler's Peak in Jasper National Park and a scenic train trip to Banf where they took a rubber float boat down the Bow River.

 

Lucy Tancau-Fields brought The Gazette on a trip

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 04, 2015 12:00 am

Lucy Tancau-Fields brought The Gazette on a trip to see her sister in Torino, Italy.
Lucy Tancau-Fields brought The Gazette on a trip to see her sister in Torino, Italy. Lucy Tancau-Fields brought The Gazette on a trip to see her sister in Torino, Italy.

   

Michelle Martin traveled to Johns Island

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 04, 2015 12:00 am

Michelle Martin of Ocean City traveled to Johns Island near Charleston, S.C. to see the majestic Angel Oak tree. This live oak is estimated to be between 400 and 1,400 years old.  
Michelle Martin of Ocean City traveled to Johns Island near Charleston, S.C. to see the majestic Angel Oak tree. This live oak is estimated to be between 400 and 1,400 years old.  Michelle Martin of Ocean City traveled to Johns Island near Charleston, S.C. to see the majestic Angel Oak tree. This live oak is estimated to be between 400 and 1,400 years old. 

 

The Gazette traveled to The Mansion on Main Street

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, February 04, 2015 12:00 am

Mother of the bride Jean Mason of East Norriton, Pa., along with bride Julie Mason Groob and broom Kevin Groob, both of New York City, with The Gazette at their wedding at The Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees.
Mother of the bride Jean Mason of East Norriton, Pa., along with bride Julie Mason Groob and broom Kevin Groob, both of New York City, with The Gazette at their wedding at The Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees. Mother of the bride Jean Mason of East Norriton, Pa., along with bride Julie Mason Groob and broom Kevin Groob, both of New York City, with The Gazette at their wedding at The Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees.

   

Cruising for Christmas

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, February 02, 2015 10:50 am

Cruising for Christmas Cruising for Christmas Betty and Norman Corson of Mays Landing celebrated an early Christmas present on an 11-day cruise aboard the new Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas, sailing out of Bayonne. Their itinerary included San Juan, St. Maarten, Fort de France and St. Kitts.

 

Relaxing in Jamaica

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, February 02, 2015 10:48 am

Relaxing in Jamaica Relaxing in Jamaica The Weeks, Blough and Gabriel families traveled with The Current to the Iberostar Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica, over the Christmas holiday. From left are Bill, Terri and Morgan Gabriel of Galloway Township; Paul Hvozdovic of Herndon, Vermont; Christen, Dennis and "The Star" Sammy Blough of Vineland; Debbie and Charles Weeks Sr. of Galloway Township; and Charles Weeks Jr. of Margate and Phildelphia. They reported that a grand time was had by all.

   

Getting acquainted with Cuba

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 30, 2015 12:00 am

 

Getting acquainted with Cuba Getting acquainted with Cuba Murray and Debby Bevitz from Longport traveled to Cuba in December on a People to People cultural exchange. They stopped for a photo with The Current at Hemingway's home at the obligatory snack bar and gift shop.

 

Carpenter graduates with honors

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 30, 2015 12:00 am

Carpenter graduates with honors Carpenter graduates with honors Torie M.S. Carpenter recently graduated with honors from Navy basic training in Great Lakes, Chicago. Pictured from left are her mother, Twaina Wilkins Carpenter, U.S. Air Force retired; Torie M.S. Carpenter; her father, Aaron L. Carpenter I, U.S. Air Force retired, and her grandmother, Sandy Thompson of Pleasantville. Not pictured is Torie’s brother Aaron II, is a U.S. Air Force firefighter. 

   

The Martins visited the Epitaph newspaper office in Tombstone

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, January 28, 2015 08:06 am

Lee and Jessica Martin visited the Epitaph newspaper office in Tombstone, Ariz. in November.  
Lee and Jessica Martin visited the Epitaph newspaper office in Tombstone, Ariz. in November.  Lee and Jessica Martin visited the Epitaph newspaper office in Tombstone, Ariz. in November. 

 

The Mays of Marmora traveled to Boise

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, January 28, 2015 04:21 am

Elizabeth and Christopher May of Marmora traveled to Boise, Idaho to visit their grandparents. They are shown here at the Idaho Potato Drop (picture in your mind the New Year’s Eve ball drop in New York City but with a 17-foot potato) on New Year’s Eve in 16 degree temperatures they along with The Gazette. Elizabeth and Christopher May of Marmora traveled to Boise, Idaho to visit their grandparents. They are shown here at the Idaho Potato Drop (picture in your mind the New Year’s Eve ball drop in New York City but with a 17-foot potato) on New Year’s Eve in 16 degree temperatures they along with The Gazette. Elizabeth and Christopher May of Marmora traveled to Boise, Idaho to visit their grandparents. They are shown here at the Idaho Potato Drop (picture in your mind the New Year’s Eve ball drop in New York City but with a 17-foot potato) on New Year’s Eve in 16 degree temperatures they along with The Gazette.

   

The Gazette traveled to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, January 28, 2015 12:00 am

Barbara Evans of Ocean City, with Betsy Messert of New Caanan, Conn., traveled recently to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. They stopped to read The Gazette at a vine-covered temple in the Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia. It may look familiar since this site was a backdrop for one of the Indiana Jones adventure films.
Barbara Evans of Ocean City, with Betsy Messert of New Caanan, Conn., traveled recently to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. They stopped to read The Gazette at a vine-covered temple in the Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia. It may look familiar since this site was a backdrop for one of the Indiana Jones adventure films. Barbara Evans of Ocean City, with Betsy Messert of New Caanan, Conn., traveled recently to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. They stopped to read The Gazette at a vine-covered temple in the Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia. It may look familiar since this site was a backdrop for one of the Indiana Jones adventure films.

 

Second Cape May Baptist Church ladies traveled to the Women of Faith Conference 2014

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, January 27, 2015 02:05 pm

The ladies of Second Cape May Baptist Church in Marmora brought The Gazette to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia for the Women of Faith Conference 2014.
The ladies of Second Cape May Baptist Church in Marmora brought The Gazette to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia for the Women of Faith Conference 2014. The ladies of Second Cape May Baptist Church in Marmora brought The Gazette to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia for the Women of Faith Conference 2014.

   

Pat Gillian traveled with The Gazette to Adrian College

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, January 27, 2015 02:04 pm

Pat Gillian of Ocean City traveled with The Gazette to Adrian College in Adrian, Mich. to watch her granddaughter, Tricia DeFelice, skate in the Bulldog Classic Intercollegiate Figure Skating Competition. Tricia won two gold medals and two bronze medals, and the Adrian College Varsity Figure Skating Team placed first out of 17 colleges.
Pat Gillian of Ocean City traveled with The Gazette to Adrian College in Adrian, Mich. to watch her granddaughter, Tricia DeFelice, skate in the Bulldog Classic Intercollegiate Figure Skating Competition. Tricia won two gold medals and two bronze medals, and the Adrian College Varsity Figure Skating Team placed first out of 17 colleges. Pat Gillian of Ocean City traveled with The Gazette to Adrian College in Adrian, Mich. to watch her granddaughter, Tricia DeFelice, skate in the Bulldog Classic Intercollegiate Figure Skating Competition. Tricia won two gold medals and two bronze medals, and the Adrian College Varsity Figure Skating Team placed first out of 17 colleges.

 

Destination wedding in Key West

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 23, 2015 11:15 am

Destination wedding in Key West Destination wedding in Key West Paul Juliano, a 2002 graduate of Mainland Regional High School, married Tiffany Greer in Key West, Florida. Juliano continued his education at the College of William and Mary, where he captained the baseball team. Both the bride and groom were employed at the Four Seasons in Palm Beach at the time of the wedding. Juliano is now director of hotel operations at the Hard Rick Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi.

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