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             CONTENTS                                                                  FACES IN THE NEWS



                                                                                Miss Holly City Contestants Ready to Compete,
       FACES IN THE NEWS  ....................2, 3
       COMMUNITY UPDATE....................4–7                                                Winner Crowned October 21
       THE GREAT OUTDOORS ....................8
       XSPERIENCE XSPERO ...................... 10

       CRUISE AND CAR GUIDE........... C1–12
       COMMENTARY ...................................11
       NEWS IN BRIEF ..................................12
       ON THE AVE .......................................15
       COMMUNITY CALENDAR................. 16
       FUN & GAMES....................................17        Page 8
       BUSINESS DIRECTORY .................... 18


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                          STAFF               • ShopRite, 3600 E. Landis
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                                              • ShopRite, 2102 N. 2nd St.,         Millville High School will host the 2021 Miss Holly City contest on Thursday,
       DEBORAH BOERNER EIN, Editor                     Millville               October 21, at 6 p.m. in the Lakeside Performing Arts Center. This year’s contestants
       CHRIS TOLER, Graphic Designer          • Main Street Market, 140 S.      will surely sparkle as they celebrate the theme, Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.
       MICKEY BRANDT, Contributor Emeritus         Main St., Millville             Tickets will cost $10 per person and may be purchased by visiting the Millville
       KEN PUSTIZZI, SR., CEO                • ShopRite, 1000 N. Pearl St.,      High School website at mhs.millville.org. This performance will be held for a live
       KEN PUSTIZZI, JR., President                   Bridgeton                                     audience. Masks will be required.
       GIANFRANCO CASALINUOVO, COO           • Bridgeton Family Diner, 825
                                                                                         Miss Holly City contestants, back row from left: Cassidy Blough,
       Advertising Executive:                    N. Pearl St., Bridgeton             Madelyn Bratton, Tanyha Smith, Alison Dingle, Ella Gamber, Emily Felice.
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       Millville Woman’s Club Meets in Person Again                            In September, the Millville Woman’s Club was pleased to have its first in-person meet-
                                                                            ing since spring of 2020. While the Club has remained active in its community activities
                                                                            throughout these months, taking appropriate precautions, meetings have been virtual and
                                                                            other communications have been by phone, mail or e-mail.
                                                                              Members enjoyed limited socialization once again. This meeting was to install new offi-
                                                                            cers and congratulate members receiving awards, but, even more important, it was a thank-
                                                                            you luncheon for its members for their dedication and continued service. Rather than hav-
                                                                            ing the normal luncheon, Beth Oliver and Louise Jones assembled bag lunches for members
                                                                            to take with them.  The volunteer spirit remains very much alive.
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