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 COMMUNITY UPDATE  Pantry Appreciation Day                                                             South Jersey’s Positive
          At the Cumberland Family Shelter, the Southern Regional Food Distribution   NEW
 nomic development boards within his   Center provides shelter, all the basic necessities, and social services to our homeless   Radio Station
 community and has coached dozens of   population. The Distribution Center works in conjunction with the USDA and the      ON
 soccer teams in Southern New Jersey.   NJDA plus others to provide food to food pantries and soup kitchens for further dis-
 Daigle and his wife SuZanne live in   tribution into their communities. These nonprofit organizations serve Mercer through
 Millville and have five children.  Cape May counties. In 2020, the Center distributed more than 4 million pounds of
 Daigle expects to hold a variety of   food among them. These organizations, primarily volunteer-based, served people prior
 educational investing workshops in the   to the pandemic and will continue for a long time to come after. Like so many other
 Vineland-Millville branch, which are   service sectors who went above and beyond during the pandemic, they served so many
 complimentary and open to Schwab cli-  more individuals and families who faced food insecurity.  TODAY’S
 ents as well as the general public.  On Saturday, June 26 at 3 p.m, RDC is hosting a Pantry Appreciation Day event to    HOMEOWNER
 With the health and well-being of cli-  recognize our fellow pantries for all their hard work every day, but especially through-
 ents and branch teams being a top prior-  out the pandemic. The event, at their facility at 6140 Mays Landing Road in Vineland,    RADIO DELIVERS
 ity, Schwab branches maintain enhanced   is an informal, picnic-type event with food, entertainment and community.  STRAIGHTFORWARD,
 safety measures that reflect best prac-
 tices outlined by the Center for Disease   Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as   Keashen, the county’s director of public   PRACTICAL HOME
     regulations set by local authorities. These   affairs.                       ADVICE IN A
      steps include:                        “I think it’s more access and opportunity
         • Cleaning of high-touch items   than anything else,” he said of the county’s   FAST-PACED AND
      throughout the day                  approach to increasing vaccination rates.   FUN FORMAT
         • Observing social distancing among   “Maybe it’s something you’ve been plan-
     employees and branch visitors        ning on doing, but you’ve been procrastinat-
        • Spacing of appointments and contact-  ing and you and your family are going to the
     less servicing options for check deposits   Sunset Jazz Series down at Wiggins Park
     and paperwork                        and you happen to be walking by a clinic,
        • Providing masks and hand sanitizer for   and you say ‘You know what, today is the
     visitors and employees               day.’”
        Clients can also work with Schwab
     through a variety of digital and virtual   Youngsters May Ditch
     channels, including on and the
     Schwab Mobile App.                   Masks at School During
        Schwab’s Vineland-Millville branch will   Heat Wave and at Summer
     also serve all the communities in Cape May
     and Cumberland County areas.         Camp, Murphy Says
                                            By Scott Fallon,,
                                          June 7, 2021
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     tions/government/articles/vaccines-available-  descended on the state this week, Gov. Phil   Hosted by Danny Lipford, national home improvement expert and
     at-free-concert-series-for-month-of-june  Murphy said Monday.               Joe Truini, best selling author & industry expert. Delivering trusted
        Local officials are hoping that live music   Summer camps will also have similar
     will be a good incentive to get people in the   discretion on masks outdoors, regardless of   advice to help homeowners care for and improve their homes.
     city vaccinated.                     the weather, he said.
        All the county’s Summer Park Concert   The announcement comes as tem-
     Series events during June will have vac-  peratures in many parts of the state have   Tune It.  Stream It. Download It.
     cines available, including the two events in   hovered at or risen above 90 degrees since
     Camden’s Wiggins Park.               Saturday, and are expected to continue that
        On June 28, tarting at 7 p.m., there will   way Tuesday and Wednesday.
     be a show featuring the group Vertical   Some parents have been clamoring for
     Current with Isaiah Ktumwa.          Murphy to ease mask-wearing inside and
        “We’ll have... vaccines available to the   outside school buildings, culminating in a
     public, anyone that might want it,” said Dan   protest outside the Statehouse last week. n  Music from the 80’s 90’s and today.  POPFM999.COM
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