Dental Care of Millville to Conduct Free Oral Cancer Tests

The newest dental care professional to join the Millville community, Dr. Steven J. Schwartz, and the Dental Care of Millville Team have announced a partnership with The Oral Cancer Foundation in an effort to ensure the community’s dental health needs. In order to emphasize the importance of early detection toward disease, Dr. Schwartz will bring free Oral Cancer Screening events to... Read more »

Ready, Vet, Go! Financial Assistance Program to Visiting Millville Library

The Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden, “Ready, Vet, Go!” program will be visiting the Millville Public Library to talk to the homeless and low income military veterans about financial assistance and housing. A caseworker from Catholic Charities will be on hand to screen veterans for eligibility. The free event will take place on Wednesdays, February 4th... Read more »

The Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce Announces Outstanding Citizen for February 2015

The Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) announced that Maranell Estadt has been selected as the “Outstanding Citizen” for February 2015. Estadt, a Millville resident since 1990, is the President of the Friends of the Millville Public Library. During the past year, Estadt spent 124 days working as a volunteer at the library. She cited the... Read more »

Wings & Wheels Airshow Coming to Millville

The Millville Army Air Field Museum will host the 2015 Wings & Wheels Airshow in May. The U.S Air Force Thunderbirds will provide a memorable display of air power and aerobatic stunts. The airshow will be located at the Millville Airport and will take place on Saturday, May 9th, and on Sunday, May 10th from 10am to... Read more »

Mennies Elementary Student Wins First Place in American Legion Contest

Desiree Castro, a fifth grade student at Mennies Elementary School, won first place in the American Legion Post #4 Drawing Contest. To qualify, students had to draw the Tatham Life Saving Station and Museum in Stone Harbor, Cape May County. The second place finisher was Luz Bautista-Cruz, a fifth grade student at Sabater Elementary School.... Read more »
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Wheaton Arts Mid-Winter Antiques Show

The Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center will host their Mid-Winter Antiques Show on Saturday, February 7th and on Sunday, February 8th. The show is located in the Event Center and attendees will be able to explore a wide variety of antique furniture, pottery, toys, books, jewelry, glass, and much more. Sweets Suite Bake Shoppe Cafe... Read more »

Washington Township District Food Service Workers Get Training for “Safe Serv” Certification

Washington Township district food service director Shawn Rembelinsky and members of her food service staff recently welcomed the assistance of trainers from U.S. Foods, who prepared the group for mandated “Safe Serv” testing on food safety regulations.  The test requires knowledge of procedures for receiving, storing, cooking, and serving of food in all of the schools’... Read more »

New Jersey Motorsports Park Valentine’s Day Specials

New Jersey Motorsports Park has announced their Valentine’s Day weekend offerings. Holiday options for couples will range from a candlelit dinner and dance to an overnight stay complete with parade laps around one of NJMP’s two road courses. The Finish Line Pub will offer a multi-course dinner for just $75 per couple. The menu for this... Read more »

The Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce Announces Next General Membership Luncheon

The Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce‘s next General Membership Luncheon will take place on Wednesday, February 11th at the New Jersey Motorsports Park. The luncheon begin at 11:30 am. Speakers will include Arnold and Mathew Robinson of the Law Firm Robinson & Robinson, LLC.  They will be speaking about residential and commercial property tax appeals. The cost for the luncheon... Read more »

Shutterbugs Photography Exhibit at Cumberland Library

The Cumberland County Library will host the first of several new photography exhibits presented by the Shutterbugs of South Jersey. The exhibit will display unique photographs in the basement gallery from February 2nd through March 7th. There will be an opening evening reception on Monday, February 2nd from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm in the library’s... Read more »
Mr. Washington Township 2015

“Mr. Washington Township” Contestants Start Preparing for Annual Competition

Twelve selected contestants are currently preparing their dance routines and skits in preparation for the upcoming “Mr. Washington Township” competition. The 2015 Mr. Washington Township participants include Koy Connors, Chris Cozzan, Dalin Hackley, Kyle Lark, Tom LaSalle, Jon Lucich, Robert Marsh, Eddie McCusker, Chris Mullen, Keesean Skinner, Ryan Waters, and Ross Wilson. The competition will take place on Thursday, April 30th  at 7 pm. in Washington Township High... Read more »

American Legion Sponsors Students for Citizenship Training

Washington Township’s American Legion Post #521 will sponsor two students at the Jersey Boys’ State Conference in June. The Boys’ State is a mythical 51st state that is organized and administered for citizenship training. The two selected area candidates will participate in a week long program hosted from June 21st through the 26th at Rider University... Read more »

Cumberland County Women’s Hall of Fame Seeks Applicants

The Cumberland County Women’s Hall of Fame is seeking applicants for their Hall’s annual scholarship award. Young women who attend any one of the high schools located in Cumberland County are eligible to receive this award. Applications for the scholarship award will be due on Sunday, April 5th. Any young woman who is a high... Read more »

Cumberland County Library to Host February Movie Night

Cumberland County Library is hosting its monthly Movie Night on Monday, February 9th. The feature film is All Quiet on the Western Front. The movie follows a group of German schoolboys, talked into enlisting at the beginning of World War I by their teacher. The story is told entirely through the experiences of the young German... Read more »
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Bells Elementary Students Showcase Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Artwork

Bells Elementary School Students displayed their “Day of the Dead” creations at the Washington Township January Board of Education meeting. The sugar skull designs highlight the Day of the Dead holiday celebrated in Mexico, and other Hispanic cultures. Students joining their Art teacher, Rich Herzog, included: Madelyn Ancone, Solveig Bada, Ava Bowden, Anthony Branno, Kiera Brasky,... Read more »

Bridgeton to Start Single Stream Recycling Program

In effort to lower the cost of trash collection and make recycling easier for residents, the City of Bridgeton will start a new single-stream recycling program this week. Single-Stream Recycling (SSR) means that residents will no longer have to sort papers from plastics from glass, but can place all recyclable materials into one large 96-gallon... Read more »

Orchard Valley Middle School Announces Students of the Month

Orchard Valley Middle School in Sewell announced the school’s Students of the Month for January. The honored students include Elizabeth Wiedman, Colton Murray, Abbi Sterner, Jacquelyn Tyler, Joseph Wang, Chad Yates, Andrew Bennett, Gabriel Donados, Robert Kulinski, Hailey Sulzbach, Hannah Russell, Tyler Jones, Barbara Grosso, and Wanda Fisher.

Six Women Will Compete for Miss Cumberland County 2015

The Miss Cumberland County Pageant will be held on Saturday, February 7th at the Cumberland Regional High School Performing Arts Center. Six young women will compete for the title of Miss Cumberland County 2015 and for scholarship money. The winner of the Miss Cumberland County Pageant will compete in the Miss New Jersey Pageant on the Ocean... Read more »

Washington Township High School Students are Set to Play “Family Game Night” at Renaissance Rally

The Washington Township High School’s Renaissance program’s first rally of the school year will feature a version of the game show Family Game Night, complete with prizes. Sophomores, Juniors, and seniors who received Renaissance cards during the fall will be able to participate in the event. The cards were given out to more than 900 students based on good... Read more »

Bunker Hill Middle School Announces January Students of the Month

Bunker Hill Middle School Principal Dr. Mark Ebner recently announced the school’s Students of the Month for January. The selections include: Grade 6: GuanYi Cao, Nicole Iatarola, Adam McAteer, Shrinath Patel, and Aaron Smith. Grade 7: Brandon Eshelman, David Forcinito, Sophia Schiavo, Paige Tatus, and Alaina Yula. Grade 8: Samantha Grasso, Aaron LeVan, Adrian Meares,... Read more »
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