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Philanthropic Rhythms: Two Local Artists Give Back

Tap dancing and classical harp come together to raise money for the nonprofit Ghana Make a Difference (GMAD) at a show that will take place in New York this Saturday. Robin Passmore and Juliana Beckel, who both grew up in Pittsgrove, New Jersey, will perform at a gallery in SoHo on Nov. 30.

Fallen Salem Oak To Get New Life Throughout The State

The Department of Environmental Protection will give seedlings from the Salem Oak to each of New Jersey’s 565 municipalities for planting this spring.

SCC Celebrates Opening of New Glass Education Center

Salem Community College (SCC) celebrated its esteemed past and exciting future in the glass world with the dedication of the Samuel and Jean Jones Glass Education Center. The 20,000-square-foot facility honors longtime benefactors whose generosity transformed a bold idea – moving the glass center back to campus in Carneys Point after 10 years in Alloway – into a reality.

SCC To Hold Visitation and Service for Beloved Social Sciences Professor, Reggie Smith

Salem Community College has announced a visitation and service will be held to celebrate the life of career educator Reginald Smith.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Open Registration for Annual ‘Rise & Shine’ Fundraising Breakfast

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties is now taking reservations for their annual "Rise & Shine Breakfast," which is scheduled for Giving Tuesday on Dec. 3 at The Grove at Centerton located at 1022 Almond Road in Pittsgrove. The event begins at 7:30 a.m. with a mix and mingle, and the full program will start at 8:00 a.m.

SCC to Celebrate the Return of Athletics With Alumni Brunch Ahead of Basketball Opener

Salem Community College will celebrate the return of Mighty Oaks Athletics on Saturday, Nov. 9 with an alumni brunch at 10:30 a.m., followed by the men's basketball home opener at noon.

SCC’s President’s Lecture Series Kicks Off With “Salem County in the Revolution” on Oct. 30

Historian Anthony Melita will present a program titled, “Salem County in the Revolution” on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. at Salem Community College. This free program will kick off the President’s Lecture Series in DON 106, Donaghay Hall, 460 Hollywood Ave., Carneys Point.

SCC to Hold First Open House at the New Samuel and Jean Jones Glass Education Center

Salem Community College is holding its first open house at the new Samuel and Jean Jones Glass Education Center this weekend.

First-Ever Open House Offers Tours of SCC’s New Glass Education Center Facility, Includes Glass Art Sale and Workshops

Salem Community College will welcome the public to its first-ever open house at the new Samuel and Jean Jones Glass Education Center on Sunday, October 20 from 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission will be free, and tours of the new facility will be provided.

SCC Celebrates 60th Anniversary of High-Ranking Practical Nursing Program

On Saturday, Oct. 5, guests at Salem Community College were treated to brunch while learning about the past and present of SCC's successful and influential Practical Nursing program.