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                             Pride in Millville

     MILLVILLE MATTERS                                                         Marianne Lods, Executive Director

         ummer Camp fun is right here on High   courses available for 2021 and 2022.    or visit the library to    as the top citizen in the city. Also, various
         Street in the Glasstown Arts District!   You’ll find more opportunities for art   enroll your children.   businesses and individuals will be honored
     SParents were really excited to be able   classes at The Barn Studio of Art, 814   This is a great program    as they receive the Chamber of Commerce’s
     to register their children for the annual Art   Whitaker Avenue. Millville’s Artist Laureate   to keep the kids reading   Economic Partnership Awards:
     Creates Excellence program and Summer   Pat Witt established the art studio in 1962.   while having fun! Find     • Artist of Year: Jackie Sandro Greenwell
     Theatre Camp at the Levoy. We scaled back   Today it is a non-profit center with various   out more by checking   • Arts District: Frank’s 1-Hour Cleaners
     the number of kids in both programs, and they   artist instructors. There are summer, fall, and   millvillepubliclibrary.  • Civic Organizations: (Special
     are full. Hopefully, you were not disappointed   spring classes for 2021 and 2022. Check their   org/.        Recognition: COVID-19 Response):
     if you waited to register. In 2022 we anticipate   website for complete details:    As you can see,   –Cumberland County Department of
     being back to 100 percent capacity for your   Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, 1000   there are a lot of non-profit organizations   Health, Inspira Health, CompleteCare
     young artists, actors, dancers, and musicians.  Village Drive, offers classes and workshops   planning and working on programs for   –First Responders (Police Dept., Fire
        Throughout the school year, the   throughout the year. There are hands-on   the entire family. We have many energetic   Dept., EMS), The Authority (CCIA)
     Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts,   experiences as well as observation of glass   volunteers and employees who strive to create   • Hospitality: Millville Queen Diner
     22 N. High Street, hosts after-school art   blowing, pottery, etc. The folklife center   educational and fun activities for Millville and   • Business Retail: OK Watch Shop
     lessons for a variety of ages. Rowan College   offers cultural diversity through special   Cumberland County residents. On July 29, the   • Business Newcomer: Colonial Flowers
     South Jersey–Clay College also has classes   exhibits, performances, and workshops. Visit   Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce is   • Business Professional: Barry Cephas
     and workshops for budding ceramic artists at    hosting the Annual Pride in Millville awards   You can make your reservations and
     their fabulous campus located at 321 N. High   The Millville Public Library will kick off   at the Levoy Theatre.    pay for this community event by logging
     Street. They also offer non-credit classes and   their Summer Reading Program on July 8   At this year’s Chamber event on Jul 29,   onto Recognizing your
     studio time for adults throughout the year.   in the rear parking lot from 4:30 to 6 p.m.   Millville police officer Rick Knot will be   fellow community individuals and their
     Check to see the   If you missed the initial sign-up, go online   receiving the 2021 Pride in Millville Award   accomplishments is a rewarding activity. n


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