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     their part to keep Cumberland County   This year’s event was held
        The annual Trash Hunt would       in memory of Lee Widjeskog,
     not be possible without the efforts of   long-time member and
     the Cumberland County Sportsmen’s    Secretary of the Cumberland
     Federation, which launched the project in
     1992. The Annual Trash Hunt has grown to   County Sportsmen’s
     include local environmental organizations,   Federation and backbone of
     school groups, and individuals wanting to
     get involved and make a difference.          the Trash Hunt.              Rosenhayn Gun Club removed unwanted debris from Clarks Pond and Grove Street.
        This year’s event was held in memory                                   RIGHT: Tri-County Sportsmen helped beautify Hesstown Road and Port Cumberland Road.
     of Lee Widjeskog, long-time member
     and Secretary of the Cumberland County   Cumberland County Clean Communities   County Clean Communities Program   Angler Fishing Club, Venatores Gun Club,
     Sportsmen’s Federation and backbone of   Program, the Cumberland County   would like to thank all the volunteers   Rosenhayn Gun Club, Citizens United,
     the Trash Hunt.                      Sportsmen’s Federation, and NJ Fish and   who participated in the event. Sportsmen   Boy Scouts, The Modzelewski Family,
        “As always, I want to thank all our vol-  Wildlife, 362 volunteers from 27 groups   groups, along with local environmental   The Hoerl Family, The D’Agostino/
     unteers for their continuous efforts,” said   participated in the event. The Authority’s   groups, came together to participate.   DeFrancisco Family, Bill and Lisa
     Anthony Riviera, managing director of   Clean Communities program provided   The following groups and volunteers   Morrison, Jenny Dolbow, Local 27 Sheet
     The Authority’s Solid Waste Complex. “A   gloves, trash bags, and trash pickup after   took part in the 30th Annual Trash Hunt:   Metal Workers Union, Amcor Rigid
     special thanks goes out to the Cumberland   the event to ensure proper disposal.   The Cumberland County Sportsmen’s   Packaging, Albizu Solutions, The Women’s
     County Sportsmen’s Federation. This year,   A total of 14.51 tons (29,020 pounds)   Federation, Good Sports Gun Club,   Club of Millville, Vineland High, Jenny
     we lost a founding member of this event.   of waste and 72 car tires were removed   Menantico Gun Club, South Millville   Shinn, Tracy Politus, and Wanda Riviera.
     Thanks to the Sportsmen’s Federation and   from various locations in Cumberland   Gun Club, Mauricetown Gun Club,   For more on the Cumberland County
     NJ Fish and Wildlife, we managed to host   County and were properly disposed at The   Competition Dirt Riders, East Creek Gun   Clean Communities Programs, visit theau-
     another safe and successful event.”   Authority’s Solid Waste Complex.    Club, Tri-County Sportsmen, Harmony
        With the help of The Authority, the   The Authority and the Cumberland   Gun Club, Hickory Gun Club, Fortescue            Continued on next page

               Thank you, VolunTeers

                Thank you for your selfless commitment and dedication to our
                Inspira family and the communities we serve. Your kind words and
                eagerness to help others enrich the health care experience for our
                patients and their families.
                From patient-engagement phone calls to spiritual care and clerical
                support, you make invaluable contributions to our health system.
                And your generous gifts of time and talent inspire us all. We are
                grateful for the opportunity to work alongside you.

                As we celebrate National Volunteer Week, your Inspira family
                honors and thanks you for all that you do.
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