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Two Residents Win Tickets to Musical Performance

Music at Bunker Hill’s Executive Director Martha Frampton takes a photo with giveaway winners Cindy McCollum and Richard Confon of Millville. The duo enjoyed a night of classical music by David Kaplan
From left: Catherine and Renee Krell, of Hammonton, snap a selfie ahead of David Kaplan’s piano performance at Bunker Hill Presbyterian Church. Pictured with them is Martha Frampton, executive director of Music at Bunker Hill.

Catherine and Renee Krell of Hammonton, and Cindy McCollum and Richard Confon of Millville enjoyed David Kaplan’s riveting piano recital recently as the winners of the Music at Bunker Hill ticket giveaway courtesy of New Jersey’s Heartland.

Located in Sewell, Music at Bunker Hill is a concert series hosted at the Bunker Hill Presbyterian Church that brings premier performers to the heart of southern New Jersey. With outreach concerts in schools and libraries, their artists inspire the next generation with their passion for the arts and standards of excellence. Their goal is to make great music affordable and accessible to as many people as possible.

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Understanding the role financial stability plays in strengthening Whole Families, the Pascale Sykes Foundation funded the creation of New Jersey’s Heartland as part of its South Jersey Economic Initiative. New Jersey’s Heartland promotes the four-county region of Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester and Atlantic counties as a destination for tourism and business and a great place to live, work and play. Through and its various social media channels, New Jersey’s Heartland highlights the region’s hidden gems and treasures, venues, events, social service organizations, Heartland Heroes and newsworthy items, which in turn drives tourism, generates business opportunities and creates the jobs Whole Families need to be successful.