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T

he Boys & Girls Club of Vineland joined


thousands of other organizations across the
nation on October 26, to recognize Make A
Difference Day. The Club, with the support of the
Gannett Foundation, held a day of health-oriented
activities to help curb childhood obesity titled
"Here's to Your Health" at the Carl Arthur
Recreation Center. The event included Zumba, a
basketball challenge, a hula hoop contest, a jump
rope competition, boxing and Tai Chi demonstra-
tions, healthy snacks, yoga and more. In addition,
several community groups and organizations pro-
vided important information regarding health and
healthy lifestyles.
Make A Difference Day is the largest day of
community service in which volunteers unite in a
common mission to improve the lives of others.
Pictured here are young people participating in a
jump rope challenge during the event.
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The Womans Club of Vineland celebrated their 114th
year of serving our community and also hosted the NJS-
FWC Day of Service at their clubhouse on Saturday
October 26. Several clubs from the Southern District
donated items and packaged them for families to use
when they sign up for Family Promise, which is the state
project for the New Jersey State Federation of Womens
Clubs. The Womans Club of Vineland also collected items
and delivered them to the Cumberland County Shelter.
In Bridgeton, Make a Difference Day featured a
second attempt at Guinness world record for largest
gospel choir.
Back in 2011, we broke a worlds record for the
largest gospel choir and while the folks at Guinness did
not recognize that accomplishment, we did achieve
something far more important; bringing all people of
goodwill together for a common cause, namely combating
violence said Kelly.
The city took another shot at the record this year. The
one issue Kelly and event organizers continued to spot-
light, as in 2011, is violence and particularly gun violence;
something Kelly and community leaders like Prosecutor
Jennifer Webb-McCrae and the Bridgeton Christian
Ministers Association have been steadfast on eliminating.
The local singers fell short by several hundred people
Saturday, but breaking the record itself was secondary to
the events main goal.
The stakes have always been high, from the lives
shattered and the families torn apart; to the overall cost
in the community; a price paid in fear, lost economic
opportunities, bad headlines, and general decline. We
need to encourage one another, strengthen each other,
and make real our commitments said Kelly
The event featured a canned food drive to support
area food banks.
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VOLUME 6 | ISSUE 38 | NOVEMBER 6, 2013
Making a Difference
Community service was the name
of the game on October 26.
Woman's Club of Vineland members Judy Fagotti (foreground)
and Doris Schalick pack up donations for the Cumberland County
Shelter at the Woman's Club house.
CONNECTI NG YOU TO SOUTH JERSEY. WEEKLY.
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MIKE EPIFANIO Editor & Publisher
DEBORAH A. EIN Managing Editor
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e in Main Street Vineland
have various ways to cele-
brate our downtown busi-
nesses. When a newbusi-
ness opens up downtown, we help celebrate
that occasion with a ribbon-cutting. The
mayor, along with other City and Main
Street Vineland officials, join in the festivi-
ties to welcome the business and wish it
success. We call attention to established
businesses through profiles in our newslet-
ter that appears in this publication. I also
use this column, fromtime to time, to call
attention to one of our established businesses.
I want to use this column to spotlight
Dusharms Pro-Foota great asset to Landis
Avenue and a business that has been serving
a growing clientele for many years.
Specializing in sports apparel and
footwear, the business is owned by Kerry
Dusharm and has been located at 925 E.
Landis Avenue since 1997. Kerrys father
opened the business in 1981 in the former
Jamesway Shopping Center on West
Landis Avenue (where Walmart is present-
ly located). The business, at first, special-
ized in sporting goods but, with the move
to their present location, sneakers have
been added to their product line, along
with the latest in coordinated apparel.
They also supply local high schools and
baseball teams with their athletic uniforms.
I like to boast that our downtown busi-
nesses offer the advantage of expert, indi-
vidualized service and this is true at
Dusharms Pro-Foot. They pride them-
selves on being a local store, providing
service to the community, and offering the
best in merchandise.
Kerry said that he wants to keep the
business small enough to continue giving
their customers the kind of friendly, per-
sonalized service they would get in a
mom-and-pop store.
I can recall a friend of mine telling me
that when he was looking for sneakers, he
first thought of the big-box storesand was
almost prepared to make the trip to one of
them when, suddenly he realized that there
was a store right in our downtown that he
wanted to check out. He went to
Dusharms Pro-Foot and they had exactly
what he wanted.
So, here is a lesson in not taking our
downtown stores for granted. Dusharms
Pro-Foot, like so many of our great down-
town businesses, is easy to reach, offers the
kind of service that puts you first, and has
just what you need.
Theyre open seven days a week. For
more information, you can call them at
856-690-1500 or visit them on Facebook.
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Our last major event of the year, and the
biggestthe Main Street Holiday Parade
will take place on November 30 (with
Sunday, December 1 as the rain date). The
parade, sponsored by Susquehanna Bank,
will start at 5 p.m. and will have Rock n
Roll Holiday as its theme.
Applications to be in the parade or to be
a vendor can be obtained by entering the
Main Street Vineland website, www.main-
streetvineland.org, clicking on the News
tab and then clicking on the Holiday
Parade registration link. Those wanting to
be in the parade can print out an applica-
tion from the website, complete it, and
send it to the address provided, or they can
fill it out and e-mail it to tnoon@vinelandc-
ity.org. Vendor applications must be mailed
in along with the appropriate fee. The
deadline for all registrations will be
November 8. No registrations will be
allowed the night of the parade. I
For more information on Main Street
Vineland, stop into 603 E. Landis Ave., call
856-794-8653, visit www.mainstreetvineland.
org, or check them out on Facebook.
Sneakers, Etc.
Dusharms Pro-Foot is another reason
to shop the Avenue.
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{ BY TODD NOON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, VDID / MAINSTREET VINELAND }
November 22, 1963. A date seared
into many of our minds. That was the
day President John F. Kennedy was
assassinated in Dallas, TX.
Grapevine contributor Mickey Brandt
would like to include your recollections
of that day in an article to coincide
with the 50th anniversary of that
momentous event. How did you learn
about it? Where were you when you
heard the news? (Brandt is especially
hopeful that one of our readersor
someone they knowmay have been in
Dallas that day and wants to discuss it.)
Do you have a theory about the assas-
sination? Call the Grapevine (ask for
Mickey) at 856-457-7815 or e-mail
mickey@grapevinenewspaper.com.
Where were you when you learned of JFKs 1963 Assassination?
1 Making a Difference
Several local organizations took
on worthy causes for Make a
Difference Day on October 26.
4 A Salute to Veterans
8,11, Faces in the News
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9 Prizeweek Puzzle
10 Obituaries
13 Disinherited
Two of Landis sons were written
out of his will. VINCE FARINACCIO
14,15 In Our Schools
16 Community Calendar
18 HOME & GARDEN
20 News in Brief
22 Arts & Entertainment
24 DINING
26 REAL ESTATE
27 CLASSIFIEDS
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The Answer to Cancer Army Marches On
On Saturday,
November 9, on 92.1
FM, Pearl Giordano
and Steve DiOrio will
be airing their shows
live from 10 a.m. to
12 p.m. outside
Boscovs at
Cumberland Mall to
raise money for
breast cancer
through The Answer
to Cancer Army
(TATCA) to benefit
Pennies in Action. All
proceeds will go to Dr. Brian Czerneickis research trial. Stop by and enter to win
a free gift basket and to meet Steve DiOrio, who recently ran a 250-mile triathlon
to raise funds for TATCA. He is pictured here at Novick Auto Mall with Debby
Novick, just right of center, donating a check to the cause. Breast cancer survivor
Pearl Giordano is just left of center; another survivor, Marie Gallo, is far right.
Governor Christie Visits Vineland
On Thursday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie visited downtown Vineland as
part of a seven-day bus tour of New Jersey as he stumped for votes for his own re-
election campaign while lending
support for Republican candidates
throughout the state. Christies bus
parked on the 700 block of Landis
Avenue and Christie visited Juvante
Formal Wear and Hernandos
Pharmacy while working his way
through a thick crowd made up
mostly of hundreds of supporters.
PHOTOS BY MICKEY BRANDT
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Veterans Soup Luncheon. Edgarton
Christian Academy, 212 Catawba Ave.,
Newfield. 11:30 a.m. Students serve soups
and desserts to veterans as a show of
appreciation for their service and sacrifice.
All veterans welcome; no RSVP necessary.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9
Saluting Our Heroes: A Century of
Broadway. St. Mary School, 735 Union
Rd., Vineland. 7 p.m. The St. Padre Pio
Parish Players invite you to come thank
our heroes in person. Spirited group of
performances of many of the most mem-
orable songs from the last 100 years of
Broadwayall in the presence of our
Nations heroes! Free Admission for mili-
tary, law enforcement, firefighters, first
responders. Tickets $5. For more infor-
mation, call 856-692-8537, ext. 320 or
ckirchman@smrschool.org
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Complimentary Golf For All Military
Members. Any of Ron Jaworskis four
local golf courses: Running Deer,
RiverWinds, Valleybrook and Blue Heron
Pines. All day. Present your military I.D.
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VETERANS DAY EVENTS
Remembering our servicemen and women
and golf for free. Cart included. Offer valid
at all four Jaworski Golf Courses. Must
call for tee times. Must present military
I.D. or documentation to receive offer. One
complimentary round per I.D. For more
information, visit www.ronjaworskigolf.com
Veteran's Day Ceremony At Landis
Park. The City of Vineland in partnership
with the United Veterans Council of
Vineland, will hold the city's annual
Veteran's Day Ceremony on Tuesday,
November 11 at the Veteran's Circle in
Landis Park. The event will begin prompt-
ly at 11 a.m. with a flag raising. This years
ceremony is being hosted by the Disabled
American Veterans Chapter 58. The event
is sponsored by the City of Vineland and
the United Veterans Council. The council
membership consist of seven veterans
Organizations domiciled in Vineland.
American Legion Post #4
Disabled American Veterans Post #58
Fire Base Nam
Jewish War Veterans of American
Post #601
Korean War Veterans of Cumberland
County
Semper Marine Detachment #205
Veterans of Foreign Wars #9112
Vineland Police Chief Tim Codispoti, a
30-year military veteran (USAF/ANG), will
be the guest speaker. Music will be pro-
vided by the Vineland High School Band
under the direction of Mr. William
McDevitt. Organizers would also welcome
the participation of Iraq and Afghanistan
veterans, in uniform. Immediately follow-
ing the ceremony, refreshments will be
served at the Semper Marine Detachment
#205 located at 2041 West Landis Ave.
"This is a very important day each
year as we honor the contributions and
sacrifices generations of veterans have
made to our great country," said Mayor
Ruben Bermudez. "They have protected
us against foreign aggression, protected
our democratic values, and made our
way of life possible."
"It is our job and responsibility to
teach our children about this day and
what it truly means. It is a day not only to
remember those who died in service to
our country, but also to recognize those
who continue to serve today. I hope many
Vineland families will come together and
join us at Landis Park to say thank you
to those who have the courage to fulfill
this patriotic duty which allows all
Americans to maintain the freedoms we
enjoy everyday," Bermudez concluded.
For more information about the event,
contact the Mayor's office at 856-794-
4000, ext. 4011.
Thank a Veteran With a Free
Haircut at Great Clips
When we see men and women in mili-
tary uniforms, many of us want to walk up
and thank them for devoting their lives to
preserve our freedom. Now, you can show
your appreciation by awarding active or
retired U.S. military members a free hair-
cut. Its all part of the Thank a Veteran
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promotion from Great Clips, the worlds
largest hair salon brand.
On Veterans Day, Monday, November
11, 2013, customers who get a haircut at
any U.S. Great Clips salon will receive a
free haircut card to give to an active/inac-
tive/retired military member of any
branch, including the National Guard.
Military members can also come in on
Veterans Day for a free haircut or to pick
up a free haircut card to use, with proof of
service, any day before December 31, 2013.
Were honored to help the entire
nation show appreciation for the men and
women who have served our country,
says Great Clips CEO, Rhoda Olsen, who
is married to a Vietnam veteran. The
card is one small way to show you truly
care and appreciate their service.
Veterans who visit Great Clips in the
U.S. on November 11 receive either a free
haircut that day or a free haircut card to
redeem by December 31. After November
11, veterans must have a free haircut card
to get the free haircut.
Locally, a Great Clips salon is located at
the ShopRite plaza on West Landis Avenue.
856-462-6600
1120 E. Landis Ave. Vineland, NJ 08360
www.exituptown.com
All of us at Exit Uptown
Realty warmly send this
message to all our military
men and women.
Without veterans, we would
not enjoy the liberties we have.
With great sincerity and
humility we say
Thank you to all of you and
what you all have done for our
country. We will never forget
your sacrifices!
856-692-9001
907 N. Main Rd.
Vineland, NJ 08360
www.larrys2.com
To our men and
women in uniform...
past, present
and future
God bless you...
and thank you.
All Day Monday 11/11
Buy any entre (breakfast, lunch
or dinner) and receive
Complimentary
Breakfast Buffet Gift Card
Limit 1 per customer, with Military ID.
Quantities limited to first 100 customers.
Continued from page 4
Wreaths of Remembrance
The Rotary Club of Vineland will be
coordinating the laying of wreaths on the
graves of veterans at two cemeteries in
Cumberland County on December 7.
Wreath-laying ceremonies will be held
at 10 a.m. at the Cumberland County
Veterans Cemetery in Hopewell Township
and at approximately 11 a.m. at the
Vineland Veterans Memorial Home
Cemetery.
This will be done as part of a project
to honor our deceased veterans.
The Rotary Club is seeking donations of
funds (minimum $10) to pay for the cost of
the wreaths. Checks can be made payable
to Vineland Rotary Charities Foundation
and mailed to P.O. Box 7, Vineland, NJ
08362-0007. Donations can also be made
online at vinelandrotary.com/wreaths.aspx.
Those interested in donating or volun-
teering at the event should contact
Vineland Rotarian Dave Schad at 856-692-
8282, ext. 13 or daveschad@verizon.net.
PHOTO BY JAY PARKS
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A Baby Sister
Big brothers Raymond III and Andrew are thrilled to
introduce their Little Sister Catalina Raeanne. Born
July 24, 2013, at 10:54 a.m. at Delaware County
Memorial Hosiptal in Pennsylvania, she weighed 6
pounds 8 ounces and was 18.5 inches long.
Raymond and Andrea Palmieri of Vineland are the
pround parents. Andy and Donna Wozunk of
Minotola are the maternal grandparents. Raymond
and Jeannette Palmieri of Buena are the paternal
grandparents. Beatrice and the late Joseph Bassetti
of Minotola are the maternal great grandparents.
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Brownlee Honored at Financial Conference
LPL Financial, an independent brokerage firm,
announces Ronald K. Brownlee, President and
CEO of RKB Wealth Management, LTD., has
attended the 2013 Masters Conference in
Scottsdale, Arizona.
The Masters Conference honors the top LPL
advisors throughout the U.S. It focuses on new
ideas and professional resources, through inspir-
ing and educational workshops designed to
improve the services offered to clients.
With 27 years of experience and extensive
investment training in the World Trade Center in
New York City, Brownlee provides a comprehen-
sive and vast array of investment/retirement solu-
tions for the general public and business owners,
alike. Brownlee is a member of the Vineland
Rotary Club, the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce, the Financial Services
Institute, and is actively involved with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Mount
Laurel Chapter. For a confidential and comprehensive financial review, contact
Brownlee at 1173 E. Landis Ave. Bldg, B. Suite 1 in Vineland or call 1-856-692-0555.
EIRC Announces New Executive Director
The Educational Information
and Resource Center (EIRC) Board
of Directors recently proudly
announced the appointment of
Thomas F. Schulte as their new
Executive Director.
Schulte has over 36 years of
educational experience in New
Jersey as both a teacher and
administrator ranging from the ele-
mentary level to the collegiate
campus. He has been fortunate
enough to capture the joys of
teaching reading to elementary aged children while also challenging high school
seniors in Advanced Placement Calculus. During his career, he has also assisted
students in the positions of Principal, Supervisor of Special Education and
Superintendent of Schools, having retired from the Pitman Public Schools in 201l.
Schulte has earned degrees and certificates from Rowan University and Rutgers
University. For the last two years, he has been the Assistant Director of
Professional Development at EIRC primarily focusing on teacher and principal
effectiveness training throughout the State of New Jersey.
Schulte replaces Dr. Charles M. Ivory who will now be working with the EIRC
Foundation along with former Assistant Director, Sandra Loewe. The EIRC Foundation
mission is to enhance the educational, social and emotional needs of students by
assisting schools through partnerships with other organizations, resource sharing and
grant seeking activities for programming, professional development and innovative
ventures. The Foundation supports a variety of programs which include: Monarch
Teacher Network, Sustainable Schools, and Before and After School Programs.
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17. The inexperienced
criminal will probably get
caught, even if she's
momentarily _ the police.
18. Every year.
DOWN:
1. Grandson is intrigued
by grandfather's description
of his battalion being spe-
cially equipped for the _.
2. When asked for guid-
ance, instructor tells student
that if his _ is a good one,
he should definitely follow
up on it.
4. Partner worries that,
because executive has
decided to _ and reinstate
fired employee, staff will
misconstrue his action as
weakness.
8. Sob.
9. "Of course you want
him to succeed, especially
because you have a _
interest," relative tells con-
cerned mother.
10. There may be times
when one popular _ suits
your mood better than
another.
11. At a press conference,
statesman, who sees a long
_ ahead, tries to warn an
apathetic public about a
devastating future.
12. With a _, a display of
skill is generally an expec-
tation of viewers.
15. _ is not the sort of
present a teen would
appreciate.
16. Final word of a prayer. THIS LIST INCLUDES, AMONG OTHERS,
THE CORRECT WORDS FOR THIS PUZZLE.
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ANNUAL
BUNG
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DOLL
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FOILED
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Obituaries & Memorials
Dinah Nanni, of Minotola, passed away
on October 25. Born in Vineland, she
was employed as a machine operator
with the Phoenix Clothing Company in
Vineland for more than 40 years. She
was actively involved in the Buena
Senior Club and an active Pinochle
player. She was a great cook, enjoyed
reading, and loved spending time with
her family.
John Zagari, 85, of Vineland, passed
away on October 25. A varsity basket-
ball player for Sacred Heart High
School, he joined the U.S. Army after
graduation and served in Korea. He
was an avid hunter and was a member
of the Buena Vista Country Club for 58
years.
James Pagnam, 87, of Vineland,
passed away on October 26. Born in
New York, he moved to Vineland and
spent most of his life here. He served
in the U.S. Navy during World War II,
after which he spent over 50 years as
a crane operator and master mechanic
with IUOE Local 825. He enjoyed fish-
ing and stock car building and racing.
Esther Nunberg, of Vineland, passed
away on October 28. Born in Poland,
she was one of four out of ten children
who survived her parents in the
Holocaust. She and her husband
owned Nunbergs Kosher Delicatessen
and Catering. She rejoiced in her chil-
dren and her grandchildren in the life
she and her husband established in
the United States.
Sandra Hetzer, 72, of Vineland, passed
away on October 26. Born and raised
in Brooklyn, NY, she had lived in
Vineland since 1970. She was an ele-
mentary and middle school teacher for
over 40 years with the Vineland Board
of Education. She loved to travel and
spend time with her grandchildren.
Rose Reimels, 92, of Vineland, went
home to the Lord on October 28. She
and her husband Henry ran a family
farm in Vineland for over 25 years. She
was a devoted and active member of
the Church of Christ.
Frank Yegla, 84, of Vineland, was
called home to the Lord on October
29. He was president and co-owner of
East Coast Bulb Company from 1955
to 1999.
Loved One Remembered
With proud hearts and all of our
love, we remember our beloved son
and the loving father of Heather
SSG Gerald R. Giordano, Jr.on his 49th
birthday, November 7. The joy of your life and
the goodness of your soul shall forever bring
peace to our hearts. You were without
question one of Gods greatest gifts to those
who loved you. Until we meet again,
sweet child of God, be at
peace with the angels.
Love, Mom & Dad
In Loving Memory
Sony Lugo
October 6, 1955 to October 28, 2010
We miss everything about you and we
look forward to the day we all meet
again!
Love,
Nat, Sori, Sony, Tom, Boobie & Anthony
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In Loving Memory of Mark DePalma
If we could have a lifetime wish
A dream that would come true,
Wed pray to God with all our hearts
For yesterday and you.
A thousand words cant bring you back
We know because weve tried...
Neither will a thousand tears
We know because we cried...
You left behind our broken hearts
And happy memories too...
But we never wanted memories
We only wanted you.
Forever loved and forever missed.
Mom and Dad, Michael and Jennifer, Monica
and Kevin, your niece, Leah, and family.
Mark DePalma, who passed away 16 years ago, October 29, 1997, and would have
turned 37 on November 5.
In Remembrance
Rosalia Gonzalez
On her one-year anniversary
November 7, 2013
We miss your sweet smile, we know you are
resting in God's arms now,
As he needed another angel in Heaven
We miss you dearly but never forgotten
Love You,
Your loving children and grandkids
Vigil Held for Alexa Strittmatter
Tears flowed freely, and
candles offered a bit of warmth
from a winter-like chill, but it
was the hugs that provided the
most comfort as 300 friends,
family members and those in
the Vineland Public Schools
family held a vigil Sunday for
the late Alexa Strittmatter.
The VHS 9th grader, 14, was
killed in an early-morning traf-
fic accident on Wednesday,
October 30.
Three of Alexa's closest friends, Brandon Cross, Mariah Smith and Brianna
Roland, came up with the idea for the vigil.
Students, many dressed in Alexa's favorite color, orange, sat in a semicircle in
front of one of the courtyard's gardens, holding candles and staring at a montage
of photos of her at school. In some of the photos, she was making goofy faces,
but the rest of the time she was smilingand always surrounded by friends. The
memorial also included flowers, stuffed animals and other remembrances.
"It is obvious by what you see tonight that Alexa was a beautiful young lady,
and we want the family to know they are in our prayers and thoughts and we
are here for them," said Dr. Mary Gruccio, Superintendent of Schools. "I want to
say thank you to our beautiful young people who put this evening together. I
also want to thank their families for giving them love and support. I know Alexa
is smiling down on them tonight and thanking them for what they did."
Near the end of the 75-minute vigil, the students released balloons. They rose
quickly into the dark sky and then disappeared.
"Going up to heaven, for you Alexa," said one of the students to friends.
Speaking on behalf of Alexa's family was her father, Dan Strittmatter. "I want
to thank you all for coming," he said. "You will never understand what this
means to me."
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Faces in the News
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TD Charitable Foundation Supports BBBS
TD Charitable
Foundation (an affiliate
of TD Bank) has grant-
ed funds to Big
Brothers Big Sisters of
Cumberland & Salem
Counties. The proceeds
will go directly toward
the agency's High
School Mentoring
Program, which will
help the agency impact
more children. TD
Charitable foundation's
main reason for approv-
ing the grant stemmed
from Big Brothers Big Sister's significant role in sustaining vibrant and thriving
communities. For over 10 years, the foundation has contributed over $108 million
in grant funding to non-profit organizations in the communities where they work,
live and do business. The combined effort between The TD Charitable Foundation
and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties will bring the ben-
efits of on-going professional development to the children and volunteers who
participate in the High School Mentoring Program.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties would like to thank
the TD Charitable Foundation for their continued support.
From left: Priscilla McCoy, Board of Trustees; Cosmo Giovinazzi IV, Chairman of the Board;
and Kathleen Norton-Gallaher, Board of Trustees.
Halloween Ride
On a beautiful fall day, October 27, Dottie Orzechowski (owner of Circle D Farm in
Bridgeton) hosted the 6th annual Halloween ride. A good time was had by all.
From left: Dottie Orzechowski, Donna Camilli, William Ebert, Susan Federici, Karen
Schaar, Ellise Spaulding, Carrie Logan Hennis, Brooke Heer, Marilyn Sabatino, Pete
Sabatino, Mikaela Hufnell, Linda Bohn, Cantley Merritt, and Bob Stephenson.
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he disinheritance of Richard
Meade Landis and James
Montevert Monte Landis by
their father, Vineland founder
Charles K. Landis, garnered considerable
attention from both local and national
media. The news left many wondering
what the two sons had done to deserve
exclusion from their fathers will. And
although it would take time, they would
discover the answer as well as a few other
tidbits lurking in the recesses of the
Landis closet.
The only statement issued about the
will immediately after its public disclo-
sure on June 15, 1900, was delivered by
Marcus Fry, Landis private secretary and
recipient of 25 building lots in Sea Isle
City in accordance with the will. In a
carefully worded release, Fry discussed
only one aspect, excluding any details
about family members other than the
salary accorded Matilda Landis, sister of
the deceased.
After bequeathing to his sister Miss
Matilda Landis $500 a year from 1875
with interest for taking care of himself
and children, the June 16, 1900 edition
of the Evening Journal reported Fry as
saying, and a further sum of $1,800 and
interest from 1877, Mr. Landis made some
minor bequests and directed that after all
debts are paid and bequests made, one-
fourth of his estate, when converted into
money, go to the Historical Society of
Vineland together with a valuable portrait
of himself by Turini of New York; also
other paintings, books, statuary and his-
torical notes of Vineland. Fry said that
he spoke only on this portion of the will
because it related to the public welfare
of Vineland.
The Evening Journal deduced the
unstated. From the little points gathered
here, it reported, and these mixed with a
good deal of guesswork, it is concluded
that Miss Landis, Charles K. Landis, Jr.
and his children are to be the beneficiaries
of the will after the fourth is given to the
Historical Society. It is pretty well under-
stood the two sons, Richard and
Monetvert, are disinherited by the docu-
ment which was written by Mr. Landis
himself. The paper also identified the lots
bequeathed to Fry as well as the 25
Vineland lots bequeathed to Katherine
Gittone, Landis bookkeeper who was
charged to continue in her capacity for a
period. It was also reported that those
residents owing [Landis] for homes shall
not be distressed.
In the June 19 edition of the Evening
Journal, an article announced that
Messrs. Richard and Montevert Landis
have made a settlement with their aunt,
Miss Matilda Landis, and therefore the
will of the late Charles K. Landis will not
be contested. The newspaper explains
that two lawyers, Howard Carrow and
Herbert C. Bartlett, had been engaged by
the founders sons but were notified to
cease work on the case. The brothers
decision was met with favorable response
from the community, which, the paper
reports, had been sympathetic to their
situation.
It was a premature announcement
since what transpired over the next six
days resulted in a full-scale legal battle.
The Evening Journal, in its June 25 edi-
tion, reported that the settlement in the
C.K. Landis will case has not materialized
as was hoped. J. Montevert Landis has
given his lawyers orders to go ahead and
contest the will. He said he could get
nothing definite in the way of an agree-
ment and feeling that he had some right in
the estate of his father he had instructed
his lawyers to make an effort to obtain
that right for him.
Richard, at first, was reluctant to enter
into the legal fray but changed his mind
over the course of the next few months.
As the New York Evening Telegram report-
ed in December, Richard, who at first
hesitated to contest the will, owing toward
friendliness with his aunt, lately associat-
ed himself with his brother Montevert
against the will.
A trial date was set for December 6.
The angle pursued by Carrow and
Bartlett made use of the verdict in the
1876 trial in which Landis was acquitted
of the murder of newspaper editor Uri
Carruth on the grounds of insanity.
Carrow reminded the court of the 1876
decision and then asserted that Landis
had been insane ever since. I
Next week: The Trial Begins
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Disinherited
Vintage Vineland { BY VINCE FARINACCIO }
Two of Charles K. Landis sons were excluded
from his will. They were not about to allow the
will to go uncontested.
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In Our Schools
Service Learning Day at Compass Academy
Mr. Robert
Scarpa, head of
Vinelands
Habitat for
Humanity, visited
Compass
Academy to talk
to students about
the services
Habitat for
Humanity pro-
vides. He spoke
not only about
building homes,
but also about a
new ReStore on
Delsea Drive that sells items with the profits
given directly to Habitat for purchasing home
supplies.
The children talked with Mr. Scarpa and
then made projects that will be sold in the
new ReStore. They painted sun catchers and
birdhouses and strung beaded ornaments.
The next Service Learning project is Boxes
for Soldiers this month.
CCC Cross Country Mens Team Are Overall Meet Champs
The Cumberland County College men's XC team was 1st Place Overall Team
Champions at the Luzerine College Invitational. The men's team, coached by
head coach Michelle Hoxworth, beat 11 other teams to take home the plaque.
The 8K course consisted of challenging, hilly terrain. The CCC men's order of
finish: Walt Hampton (Millville HS) 31:41, Frank Aponte (Vineland HS) 32:41,
Oliver Celaya (Bridgeton HS) 32:52, Tom Miller (Cumberland Regional HS),
Roberto Martinez-Mendez (Cumberland Regional HS), Sean Burks (Cumberland
Regional HS), Lance Bryant (Vineland HS), Tyler Lavender (Sacred Heart HS),
and Bobby Miller (Buena HS) rounded out the squad.
Back row from left: Head Coach Michelle Hoxworth, Bryant, Lavender, Burks, B. Miller,
Assistant Coach Greg Geraci. Front row: Celaya, Aponte, Hampton, T. Miller, Martinez-Mendez
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Students Visit Fossil Site
Fifth Grade students from
the Caroline L. Reutter School
recently visited the Iversand
Fossil Dig Site in Mantua Twp.,
NJ. During their visit, the stu-
dents learned about the geolo-
gy and fossils that have been
uncovered at the site.
Following their classroom
portion of the visit, students
were allowed to view a live
excavation and dig for fossils
themselves.
Fifth Grade Teacher Ms. Krisitina
Lott and students Madelyn Gungor and Ciara Hayden, search for fossils.
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We put the proceeds
from selling your
donations to good
use by building
homes and hope in
your community.
Drop-Off Donations
Opening January 2014
www.facebook.com/CCHFHRestore
restoreinfo@cumberlandhabitat.org
*Not accepting clothing, hazardous liquids, or open paints.
Donations may be tax deductible. Consult your tax preparer.
601 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland
856-563-0292
(Extension #1)
If you would like information on volunteering, please join us at one of
our Volunteer Information Sessions! Saturdays from 12:0012:30 pm at
the ReStore.
Volunteers Needed!
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Home Goods
Building Supplies & Materials
New & Gently Used Furniture
*If youre not sure, please call and ask!*
Now Accepting Donations
Saturdays
8 am until 12 noon
What Youll Need:
High school diploma or GED.
Current NJ Home Health Aide Certication.
Valid drivers license and insurance with means of transportation.
CPR certication upon hire or within 30 days of hire.
Minimum one year experience working with the elderly.
A commitment to caring!
Youll provide care both in our center in Vineland and in our
participants homes to keep them safe.
Youll assist with activities and provide one-on-one assistance
with activities of daily living.
The Inspira LIFE program enables seniors to live independently and
safely in the comfort of their homes while being closely monitored
by a team of healthcare professionals. Inspira LIFE is an innovative
and comprehensive program now available to older adults and their
families in our community. LIFE stands for Living Independently For
Elders and currently serves all of Cumberland County and parts
of Salem and Gloucester counties.
Inspira LIFE is one of only four
programs in the state of New Jersey.
This program provides all-inclusive
care to eligible participants 55 years
and older that meet a nursing home
level of care.
Equal opportunity employer.
Change Is a Beautiful Thing.
Certied Home Health Aides (CHHAs)
Full-Time and Per Diem Opportunities
Join us and attend our
JOB FAIR
Wednesday,
November 20th, 2013
4pm-7pm
The Life Center
2445 South Delsea Drive
Vineland, NJ 08360
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Please RSVP: 856-641-7766 or
email: yeagerk@ihn.org
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FREE JOB TRAINING
FOR THE UNEMPLOYED
NJ Community College Consortium and Cumberland County College
Certified Production Technician (CPT*) Training Program
Free Information Sessions:
Proposed Start Date: November 18, 2013
Admission Criteria to Include:
High School Diploma, GED or skills including Math 9th grade and English/Reading 10th grade
Must pass Bennett Mechanical Test
Must have access to reliable transportation
Must be able to pass background check and drug screening
Subject to employer prequalification
Please contact Cumberland County College
Vicki M Simek, Executive Director
(856) 776-2370 vsimek@cccnj.edu
*Funding made available by USDOL and NJLWD
Location: Cumberland County Community College
George Luciano Conference Center
A 6-week training program with 150 classroom and laboratory instructional hours
leading to a College Certificate of Competency and the Manufacturing Skill
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FIRST AND THIRD THURSDAYS
Grupo de Autismo. Convent, 23 W.
Chestnut Ave., Vineland. 10 a.m.12 noon.
Group of families with children diag-
nosed with autism. Share information,
ideas, experiences, and suppport.
Addressed to the Hispanic community
and people with special needs. 882-8929.
EVERY TUESDAY
Overeaters Anonymous. Cumberland
County Community Church, 1800 E. Broad
St., Millville. 8 - 9 p.m. Free. A 12-Step
Program for anyone with compulsive food
behaviors. 609-805-2548.
EVERY WEDNESDAY
Preschool Storytime. Franklin Township
Library, 1584 Coles Mill Rd., Franklinville.
10:30 a.m. through November 20. Children
ages 36 with a caregiver are invited. No
registration required. 856-694-2833.
Homework Help. Millville Public Library,
210 Buck St., Millville. 56:30 p.m. For
more info., call 856-825-7087, ext. 14.
EVERY THURSDAY
DivorceCare Seminar. Vineland First
Church of the Nazarene, 2725 N. Delsea
Dr. and Forest Grove Rd., Vineland.
6:307:45 p.m. Free. Open to all men and
women experiencing divorce or separation.
No church affiliation necessary. Childcare
provided. 856-697-4945.
EVERY FRIDAY
Prayers For The Sick. The Healing
Rooms, Chestnut Assembly of God, 2554
E. Chestnut Ave., Vineland. 48 p.m.
EVERY SATURDAY
ReStore Seeking Donations Prior To
Grand Opening. Habitat for Humanity
ReStore, 601 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland. Every
Saturday (except November 30 and
December 28). 8 a.m.Noon. ReStore is
run mostly on donations and and com-
munity volunteers. Donations are sold to
the public at a discount. Proceeds bene-
fit Habitat for Humanity. Accepting furni-
ture, working appliances, electrical fix-
tures, tools, countertops, cabinets, and
working electronics. For more info, to set
up a different drop time or have dona-
tions picked up, , call 8456-563-0292 or
visit www.facebook.com/CCHFHRestore.
Yard & Bake Sale. St. Pauls Lutheran
Church, 3rd and Mullberry St., Millville.
November 2nd, 9th, and 16th, 8 a.m.1
p.m. Proceeds to benefit Lutheran World
Mission Support and Millville Help & Hope
Food Larder. 856-825-3008.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Meet Corny, the Autumn Sun. Wheaton
Arts and Cultural Center, 1501 Glasstown
Rd., Millville. 10 a.m. Class: $5, materials:
$2.50. For ages 3-5 and guardians. Corny
the Cupcake is cheerfully simple to create
using mini-chocolate chips, royal icing and
candy corn. 1-800-998-4552.
Square Dance. Church of Christ, 500
Pitman Rd., Sewell. 79 p.m. $6. Come
alone or bring a friend. 609-922-3248.
Trails in Little-Known Places. Franklin
Township Library, 1584 Coles Mill Rd.,
Franklinville. 78 p.m. Mark Demitroff, NJ
Certified Tree Expert and Pinelands
Geographer, gives presentation celebrating
past communities of Franklin Township such
as Blue Bell and Ziontown. 856-694-2833.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8
Second Friday. Bayshore Center at
Bivalve, 2800 High St., Port Norris.
5:308:30 p.m. Free. This months theme
is Sand to Glass, celebrating South
Jerseys sand and glass industries.
Featuring art exhibit, music performances,
lecture, workshop, and dining. For more
info., visit bayshorecenter.org.
Open House. Our Lady of Mercy
Academy, 1001 Main Road., Newfield. 9
a.m.1 p.m. All girls 6th8th grades wel-
come to attend. For more info. or to regis-
ter, call 856-697-2008.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9
Chicken Pot Pie Dinner. Port Elizabeth
Fire Department. Sit downs at 4:30, 5:30
and 6:30 p.m. $11 for adults, $5 for chil-
dren 3-12. Takeouts available for $12. For
more info. or tickets, call 609-381-1368.
My Big Event Planning Expo. Event
Center, 2725 N. Delsea Dr., Vineland. 10
a.m. Meet brides, sweet 16 families,
anniversary party and shower planners.
Featuring prizes, vendors, food tastings,
photo booths, and more. For more info. or
to register, call 856-696-4380 ext. 106.
5-year Anniversary Celebration.
Sweetpeas Childrens Shoppe, 2757 S. Main
Rd., Vineland. 10 a.m.4 p.m. Visit with
Elmo, fun for all, special offers storewide.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8
Blood Drive. Inspira Medical Center
education department, 1501 W.
Sherman Ave., Vineland. 11 a.m.8
p.m. Donors must bring two forms of
ID. Appointments recommended. For
more info. or to make an appointment,
call 856-641-7738.
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The South Jersey Cruisers
Association Car Club will
be staging a car cruise on
Sunday, November 10.
The cruise will be held at
Main Tree Shopping
Center on 301 South Main
Road and Chestnut Avenue
in Vineland, from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. There will be
music provided by Dee Jay
Sounds of Steve Steve
Mauro. Special dining incentives will be given to the cruisers. The cruise is
open to cars and trucks that are street rods, rat rods, muscle cars, cruisers
and classics. There are no fees. The event will be cancelled if raining. Further
information on the cruise may be obtained by contacting John at 856-825-
3047 or Joe at 856-327-7943. South Jersey Cruisers Associations website is:
http://clubs.hemmings.com/sjcruisers/
Knitting Socks. FiberArts Cafe, Village on
High, Millville. 13 p.m. There are plenty of
sock yarns, wool or non-wool, to choose from
at the shop. If you are doing the workshop
you get a 10-percent discount on the cost
of material. Does not include needles. $20.
Suviving the Holidays Seminar. Millville
Church of the Nazarene, 2201 E Main St.,
Millville. 79 p.m. Experts on DVD, and lov-
ing facilitators help to guide you through
the difficulties of the Holidays without your
loved one. For more info., call 856-207-
5747 and leave a message.
Holiday Craft and Fun Fair. Friends
Village, 1 Friends Dr., Woodstown.
1:303:30 p.m. Music, holiday crafts, fun,
and tips to help the whole family learn
techniques to ease tension and increase
communication with family around the hol-
idays. Refreshments served. Pre-register
by 11/7 by calling 856-769-1500 ext. 2757.
Poetry Group Meeting. Historical
Museum and Antiquarian Society, 108 S.
7th St., Vineland. 2 p.m. Monthly meeting
of The Poets Vineyard, Vinelands newest
poetry group. Poets will gather to read and
discuss their work and review publication
possibilities. The possibility of scheduling
a poetry and wine tasting social at an area
winery will be discussed. 856-691-1111.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Vineland City Council Meeting. Council
Caucus Room, Second Floor, City Hall, 640
W. Wood St., Vineland. 6 p.m. Free.
Citizens invited to take part in the process.
Home School Activity. Parvins State
Park Conference Room, 701 Almond Rd.,
Pittsgrove. 1 p.m. Program on autumn, a
nature name-it game, arts and crafts proj-
ect, and guided walk (weather permitting).
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13
Greater Millville Chamber General
Membership Luncheon. New Jersey
Motorsports Park, 8000 Dividing Creek
Rd., Millville. 11:30 a.m. $20 with reserva-
tion, $22 at the door. Guest speaker will
be Mayor Tim Shannon. RSVP by 11/11.
856-825-2600.
Cumberlads Performance. Pitman
Methodist Home, 535 N. Oak Ave., Pitman.
7 p.m. Cumberlads is a mens a capella
chorus under the direction of Wayne Lutz.
Performing a variety of barbershop, patri-
otic, and old favorites. For more info., call
609-364-3566.
SPORTS HAPPENINGS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9
Amateur Boxing Show. Landis Middle
School, 61 W. Landis Ave., Vineland. 26
p.m. $15 for adults, $10 for youth 17 and
under. Hosted by the Boys and Girls Club,
this program will feature up and coming
area amateur boxers. Sponsors are still
needed for this event. For more info., call
856-896-0244.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29
Turkey Burner Exercise Event. Holly
City Family Center, 309 Buck St., Millville.
9 a.m. Free for members, $5 for non-mem-
bers. A day of exercise to help residents
burn off some Thanksgiving calories.
Includes Pilates, Total Body Conditioning,
and Zumba. For more info., call 856-293-
0609.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23
5K Color Vibe. New Jersey Motorsports
Park, 8000 Dividing Creek Rd., Millville.
Get ready for the most colorful fun-filled
day of your life! Youll have more color on
you than your happy levels can handle! So
get your friends and family stretched out
for this amazing color blast event where
you'll get blasted with color while you run
the Color Vibe 5K. For more info., call 856-
327-8000.
EVERY TUESDAY
Yoga. Caf of Life Studio, 1 N. Valley Ave.,
Vineland, 7 - 8:15 p.m. Beginners and
experienced welcome. Soft and gentle:
stretching, breathing, relaxation. Ceci
Brandt, RYT. $10 per class. 207-7893.
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Master Gardener of the Year
2012 and 2013
Cumberland County Master Gardeners
Organization has awarded Carol Henry of
Millville the Master Gardener of the Year
Award for 2013. This is the second year she
has been recognized for the outstanding
work she has done in Cumberland County.
Carol was honored on October 5th at the
Master Gardeners Conference in New
Brunswick.
Carol Henry and husband Donald (pic-
tured) live in Millville. She was born in
Brooklyn, NY and later moved to Staten
Island where she really became interested
in gardening. The garden at her Staten
Island home was quite large so she made it
a showcase, always populating it with
something in colorful bloom. She kept
expanding it, adding many new plants
throughout the years. Seven years ago
Carol moved to Millville fromStaten Island.
Carol worked for Ivy Acres, which pre-
ceded her present job as Customer Service
and Merchandising representative for
Spectracide. Her territory extends from
Deptford to Cape May.
Carol has been a Master Gardener for
five years. She has been one of the most
active members, serving as Vice-President
of our chapter as well as State Delegate.
She maintains Greenwood Cemeterys
Veterans Memorial Garden. She has
worked on many gardening tasks with the
Vineland Boys and Girls Club. Some of her
other projects include Millvilles Garden
on High Street, the Wheaton Arts
Discovery Garden and Rain Garden,
Bridgetons Cohanzik Zoo, Rutgers
Cooperative Extensions gardens, and
Horticulture Therapy at the Veterans
Home in Vineland.
Carol has also been an active partici-
pant in the Rutgerss red pepper trials for
the past four years. She has been instru-
mental in identifying soup kitchens and
social service agencies where these pep-
pers would be able to be distributed to
those in need. Carol has completed over
1,000 hours of volunteer work for Master
Gardeners of Cumberland County.
In 2013, Carol organized and ran the
Master Gardeners native plant and veg-
etable propagation programtheir only
major fundraiser. Carol procured seeds for
Ramapo Tomatoes and The Campbell
Soup Tomato from Rutgers in addition to
procuring seeds for plants indigenous to
the South Jersey area. She then gathered a
team to plant and care for the newly plant-
ed seedlings. She also has been instrumen-
tal in obtaining plant and shrub donations
from various area nurseries. In all, her sin-
gular efforts made the 2013 Eco Fair plant
fundraiser the most successful thus far.
Organic Certification Grant
Deadline Approaching
The New Jersey Department of
Agriculture reminds organic producers the
deadline to apply for a federal grant to
reduce organic certification costs is
approaching. Through the United States
Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Agricultural Marketing Assistance Organic
Certification Cost Share Program, each
qualified producer of organic products is
eligible for a reimbursement of up to 75
percent of its costs of certification not to
exceed $750. Certification costs include
fees and charges levied by the certifying
agent for certification activities.
To qualify for reimbursement under this
program, an organic producer must have
been certified or incurred expenses for the
continuation of certification during the
period of October 1, 2012 and September
30, 2013. Certification must be through a
USDA-accredited certifying agent.
In the event that demand exceeds the
amount of funds allocated to New Jersey,
applications will be processed on a first
come, first served basis. Operations may
receive one reimbursement per certifica-
tion or category of certification per year.
Applications must be received by the
New Jersey Department of Agriculture no
later than November 19, 2013. Applications
and more information about the program
are available online at www.nj.gov/agricul-
ture/grants/organiccostshare.html.
Contact Debra McCluskey with any
questions at 609-984-2225 or
Debra.McCluskey@ag.state.nj.us.
Poison Ivy Survival Tips
The cool, crisp days of autumn bring
with them the pleasures of leaf peeping,
apple picking, pumpkin carving, and brisk
walks. For most Americans, it also means
fall yard pickupand along with it, an
increased exposure to poison ivy.
According to a report published in Weed
Science, research indicates that poison ivy
has grown much more aggressive since the
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County Master Gardener of the Year Awardee
On October 5, Cumberland County
Master Gardeners Organization recognized
Sarah Johnson at the conference of the New
Jersey Master Gardens Organization held in
New Brunswick. Johnson has been a Master
Gardener for two years. She was the editor
of the groups newsletter, The Buzz, and
continues to contribute gardening articles
for a local newspaper. While staffing the
helpline at Rutgers Cooperative Extension
Center in Rosenhayn, she has also archived
Master Gardener articles, programs, and
pictures dating back three years. She has
further utilized her artistic talents decorating
and painting garden pavers for the Extension Centers Butterfly Garden, each
with a particular plant name and the type of butterfly attracted to it. Johnson
has also produced handpainted gourds, which have become a profitable
fundraiser for the organization.
Having designed a hands-on childrens garden for the Millville Public
Charter School, she has helped with the Master Gardener Childrens Learning
Table, suggesting games and activities for the youngsters and obtaining prizes
and incentives for participants. Sarah designed, organized, and staffed the
Ways to Stay Cool learning station at the Cumberland County Fair this year.
She is currently pursuing a degree in Agriculture.
1950s, with leaf size and oil content meas-
urably increased. This is bad news if you
are one of the more than 350,000 people
who are stricken by poison ivy annually.
Poison ivy tops the list of plants to avoid
because it contains urushiol, an oily resin
that binds to the skin on contact and may
result in a hypersensitivity reaction char-
acterized by itching, burning skin erup-
tions. This rash-causing poison ivy sap is a
clear liquid found in the plants leaves and
the roots, which many people develop an
allergy to over time.
Urushiol oil remains active for several
years, so handling dead leaves or vines can
cause a reaction. In addition, oil trans-
ferred from the plant to other objects
such as gardening tools, an article of
clothing, or even a petcan cause the rash
when it comes in contact with human
skin. If poison ivy is eaten, the mucus lin-
ing of the mouth and digestive tract can be
damaged. And if poison ivy is burned and
the smoke inhaled, a rash may appear in
the lining of the lungs, causing extreme
pain and respiratory difficulty that may
become life-threatening.
Captain John Smith was the first to
describe the plant, coining the name
Poison Ivy in 1609. Poison ivy grows
throughout much of North America, and
is extremely common in New England, the
Mid-Atlantic, and southeastern U.S. Its
typically found in wooded areas as well as
exposed rocky areas and open fields, and
can be recognized by its group of three
leaflets on small stems coming off larger
main stems. Poison ivy also has inconspic-
uous greenish flowers with five petals, and
berry-like fruits that are hard and whitish.
Although some people are immune to
poison ivy, most people develop a rash after
coming in contact with the plant. After the
oil has touched the skin it takes about 12 to
36 hours for redness and swelling to appear,
followed by blisters and itching. Contrary to
popular belief, scratching or oozing blister
fluid cannot spread the outbreak or transfer
it to other people. Newlesions that appear a
fewdays after a breakout of primary lesions
means that there was less oil deposited on
that area of the skin, or that the skin was
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Telephone Scam
The Internal Revenue Service recently
warned consumers about a sophisticated
phone scam targeting taxpayers, includ-
ing recent immigrants, throughout the
country.
Victims are told they owe money to the
IRS and it must be paid promptly through
a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer. If
the victim refuses to cooperate, they are
then threatened with arrest, deportation or
suspension of a business or drivers license.
In many cases, the caller becomes hostile
and insulting.
This scam has hit taxpayers in nearly
every state in the country. We want to
educate taxpayers so they can help protect
themselves. Rest assured, we do not and
will not ask for credit card numbers over
the phone, nor request a pre-paid debit
card or wire transfer, says IRS Acting
Commissioner Danny Werfel. If someone
unexpectedly calls claiming to be from the
IRS and threatens police arrest, deporta-
tion or license revocation if you dont pay
immediately, that is a sign that it really
isnt the IRS calling. Werfel noted that the
first IRS contact with taxpayers on a tax
issue is likely to occur via mail
Other characteristics of this scam
include:
Scammers use fake names and IRS
badge numbers. They generally use com-
mon names and surnames to identify
themselves.
Scammers may be able to recite the
last four digits of a victims Social Security
Number.
Scammers spoof the IRS toll-free
number on caller ID to make it appear that
its the IRS calling.
Scammers sometimes send bogus IRS
emails to some victims to support their
bogus calls.
Victims hear background noise of other
calls being conducted to mimic a call site.
After threatening victims with jail
time or drivers license revocation, scam-
mers hang up and others soon call back
pretending to be from the local police or
DMV, and the caller ID supports their
claim.
If you get a phone call from someone
claiming to be from the IRS, heres what
you should do:
If you know you owe taxes or you think
you might owe taxes, call the IRS at 800-
829-1040. The IRS employees at that line
can help you with a payment issueif
there really is such an issue.
If you know you dont owe taxes or have
no reason to think that you owe any taxes
(for example, youve never received a bill
or the caller made some bogus threats as
described above), then call and report the
incident to the Treasury Inspector General
for Tax Administration at 800-366-4484.
If youve been targeted by this scam,
you should also contact the Federal Trade
Commission and use their FTC
Complaint Assistant at www.ftccomplain-
tassistant.gov. Please add IRS Telephone
Scam to the comments of your complaint.
Taxpayers should be aware that there
are other unrelated scams (such as a lot-
tery sweepstakes) and solicitations (such
as debt relief ) that fraudulently claim to be
from the IRS.
The IRS encourages taxpayers to be
vigilant against phone and email scams
that use the IRS as a lure. The IRS does
not initiate contact with taxpayers by
email to request personal or financial
information. This includes any type of
electronic communication, such as text
messages and social media channels. The
IRS also does not ask for PINs, passwords
or similar confidential access information
for credit card, bank or other financial
accounts. Recipients should not open any
attachments or click on any links con-
tained in the message. Instead, forward the
e-mail to phishing@irs.gov.
More information on how to report
phishing scams involving the IRS is avail-
able on the genuine IRS website,
www.irs.gov/uac/Report-Phishing.
You can reblog the IRS tax scam alert
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Florida Fruit Sale
The Dorothy Volunteer Fire Company
Ladies Auxiliary will be selling fruit from
Florida. Orders will be accepted through
November 24. Fruit being offered for sale
includes Florida Navel oranges, Ruby Red
Grapefruit, Florida Juice oranges,
Tangelos, Tangerines, Pears, Apples, and
specialty boxes with several kinds of fruit.
Fruit will be delivered direct from Florida
to Dorothy in December, and will be here
in time for Christmas. To order fruit, see
any ladies auxiliary member, or call 856-
875-7548 or 609-476-2436.
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History of Jewish Life
in Cumberland County
highlighting the communities of
Bridgeton, Millville and Vineland
Please call Jewish Federation at 856-696-4445 for more information
THIS PROGRAM IS FUNDED THROUGH A GRANT BY THE
Cumberland County Board of Chosen Freeholders
Cumberland County Cultural and Heritage Commission
Vineland Historical Society Nov. 518
Bridgeton Library Nov. 1823
Millville Historial Society Nov. 24Dec. 4
OPENING RECEPTION at
VINELAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
108 South 7th Street
Tuesday, November 5 3:00 p.m.
items especially canned soups, meals in a
can, peanut butter and jelly, canned tuna
and other meats, and cereal. It is located at
6735 Black Horse Pike in Egg Harbor
Township and is open daily from 8 to 4:30
and Saturday from 9 to noon. The
FoodBank provides food to more than 280
agencies in Atlantic, Cape May and
Cumberland counties.
City of Vineland and PBA
Local 266 Reach Agreement
Vineland Mayor Ruben Bermudez
announced recently that the city and the
Vineland Policemans Benevolent
Association, Local 266 have settled on the
terms of a new collective bargaining agree-
ment. The prior agreement expired on
December 31, 2010. The new Agreement
covers the period of January 1, 2011
through December 31, 2014.
The agreement provides for a new 22-
step wage guide which will apply to all
current police officers as well as future
hires. The prior wage guide had nine
steps. Because the focus was on placing
officers on one wage guide, which was sig-
nificantly lengthened, there is no across
the board increase. However, the top step
will receive an increase of approximately
2.4 percent per year during the term of the
contract. For the year 2014, almost every
other officer will receive an increase of 1.8
percent. It should be noted that because
of its expiration date of December 31,
2010, this Agreement was not subject to
the strict 2 percent cap that is applied to
collective bargaining agreements that
expire on or after January 2, 2011. Further,
significant money had already been spent
in giving mandatory step increases during
the pendency of the negotiations.
The agreement provides for a starting
salary of approximately $37,000 in 2014
with a top stepat 22 yearsof $97,000,
but dramatically alters the compensation
plan for Vineland Police through the cre-
ation of a 22-year career wage guide.
Officers annual wage increases have been
significantly reduced to offset the annual
step increase cost. For example, under the
old wage guide, in 2010, an officer would
have made $76,000 after 6 years in the
department. In 2014, an officer with six
years of experience will receive $54,015, a
difference of approximately $22,000. The
new wage guide will save the city approxi-
mately $236,000 during an officers 20-
year career. In addition, the Agreement
does not provide for any longevity pay-
ments and a majority of the unit will
remain on their respective step for several
years.
Accounting Firm, CFA Offer
College Funding Workshops
College Funding Authority will hold
two free college funding workshops for
parents of college-bound students.
The workshops, co-sponsored by
PreziosiNicholson & Associates, will be
held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 14
and 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 16 at
The GlassWorks, 1101 Wheaton Ave.,
Millville, NJ.
Certified public accountant Eugene
Taormina, of PreziosiNicholson and
Associates, and Lorinda Jarvis, CFAs
Regional Director of Student Aid Services,
will address questions about effective
financial planning strategies and how to
optimize financial aid for todays college-
bound students.
To reserve a space at the workshops,
complete the registration form on the CFA
website at
www.collegefundingauthority.com. For
more information, call 609-364-6705 or
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NOVEMBER 8 THROUGH 10
This Weekend at WheatonArts.
November 8. Studio Wide Open
with the Creative Glass Center of
America Fellows in the Glass Studio at
6:30 p.m. Free and open to the public.
Meet and greet the new Fellows:
Valentin Manz (Germany, Great
Britain, U.S.), Maria Bang Espersen
(Denmark) and Stine Bidstrup
(Copenhagen, Denmark). Watch artist
demonstrations. Light refreshments
will be available.
November 10. Spirits In Sequins:
Vodou Flags of Haiti. Special presenta-
tion by Nancy Josephson. Noon to 1
p.m.
November 10. Remembering
Ginen: Traditional Music and Dance of
Haiti. Featuring La Troupe Makandal of
New York. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Included
with admission to WheatonArts. Half-
price admission on Sunday, November
10.
EXHIBITS:
Wheaton Glass: The Art of the
Fellowship in the Museum of
American Glass through January 5,
2014.
Remembering Ginen: Haitian
Vodou Bottles, Flags and Vv in the
Museum of American Glass through
January 5, 2014.
All Good Things Great and
Small, Handcrafted Holiday Gifts in The Gallery of Fine Craft. October 19 through
December 24, 2013.
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Nightlife at Bennigans. 2196 W.
Landis Ave., Vineland, 205-0010. Karaoke
Thursdays with Bob Morgan, 9 p.m.-
close. Live music Fridays 9 p.m.-mid-
night. All TV sports packages.
Nightlife at Tombstone Saloon and
Grill. 373 Rt. 54, Buena. Mon. line danc-
ing. Tues. karaoke. Wed. Bike/Wing Night,
free poker. Fri. and Sat.: Four Wheel Drive,
live country music.
EVERY TUESDAY
Karaoke. The Cosmopolitan. 3513 S. Delsea
Dr., Vineland. With KAO Productionz featur-
ing Kerbie A. (9 p.m.1 a.m.). 765-5977.
EVERY WEDNESDAY
Salsa Night. The Cosmopolitan. 3513 S.
Delsea Dr., Vineland. Latin-inspired dance
party. 765-5977.
Country Night/Dancing. Ten22, The
Centerton Country Club & Event Center,
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1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove. Requests all
night) on one of the largest dance floors
in region. $5 cover charge.
EVERY THURSDAY
Jazz Duos. Annata Wine Bar, Bellevue
Ave., Hammonton, 609-704-9797. Live Jazz
featuring area's best jazz duos. 6:30 -
9:30 p.m. No cover. RSVP recommended.
NOVEMBER 6 THROUGH 9
Nightlife at Ramada. Harry's Pub at
Ramada, W. Landis Ave. and Rt. 55,
Vineland, 696-3800. Wed.: Ladies Night,
1/2 price appetizers all night. Happy Hour
Mon.-Sat, 4-6 p.m. $1 off alcoholic drinks.
Wed.Sat., live entertainment.
Nightlife at Double Eagle. Double Eagle
Saloon, 1477 Panther Road., Vineland.
Come out for Thursday Night Football
Specials, DJ and live acoustic duos Friday
Nights. NFL Sunday Ticket broadcasting
every NFL game Beer and Wing Specials.
Find them on FaceBook for daily deals.
Nightlife at Old Oar House. Old Oar
House Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville,
293-1200. Wed.: Karaoke. Fri.: Tom Buckley
Band 9 p.m., Sat.: TBA 9 p.m.
Nightlife at Bojos. 222 N. High St.,
Millville, 327-8011. Tues.: Bike Night with
live entertainment. Fri.: TBA 8 p.m. Daily
drink and food specials.
EVERY FRIDAY
DJ: Joe Gorgo. Tre Bellezze, 363 East
Wheat Rd., Vineland. Complimentary buffet
3-6 p.m. 697-8500.
EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Top 40 Dance Party. The Cosmopolitan.
3513 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland. Fri.: DJ Slick
Rick. Sat.: DJ Tony Morris. All of the most
popular mainstream dance music. 765-5977.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8
Rich Fuller & Dan Godbey. Bogarts
Bookstore, 210 N. High St., Millville. Free.
Live music, 79 p.m.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9
Saluting Our Heroes: A Century of
Broadway. St. Mary School, 735 Union
Rd., Vineland. 7 p.m. The St. Padre Pio
Parish Players invite you to come thank
our heroes in person Spirited group of
performances of many of the most mem-
orable songs from the last 100 years of
Broadwayall in the presence of our
Nations heroes! Free Admission for mili-
tary, law enforcement, firefighters, first
responders. Tickets $5. For more infor-
mation, call 856-692-8537, ext. 320 or
ckirchman@smrschool.org
The Machine: Pink Floyd Tribute.
Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N. High St.,
Millville. 8 p.m. Americas top Pink Floyd
show, has forged a 25 year reputation of
excellence. Tickets $13. 856-327-6400
or visit www.levoy.net.
Lecture: The Power of Clay. Clay
College Gallery, Glasstown Arts District,
108 N. High St., Millville. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Chris Staley will conduct a lecture and
demonstration. In addition, Staleys work
will be on display in the gallery through
November. Free events. 856-765-0988 or
email jsandro@cccnj.edu
Nikki Davis & Teddy Jones. Bogarts
Bookstore. 210 N. High St., Millville. Free.
Live music, 710 p.m.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10
Mr. Cao Goes To Washington. Levoy
Theatre, 126-130 N. High St., Millville. 8
p.m. Rookie congressman Joseph Cao of
Louisiana angers fellow Republicans by
befriending President Obama, then he
alienates the President by voting with the
Republicans against Health Care Reform.
Will bipartisanship reward or ruin his
chances for reelection? Tickets $12 or $60
for 6-film OSIP Film Package. 856-327-
6400 or visit www.levoy.net.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18
Free Music Lecture. Vineland Public
Library, 1058 E. Landis Ave., Vineland.
67:30 p.m. Bay Atlantic Symphony hosts.
Learn about one of the greatest composers
of German opera as the 200th anniversary
of the birth of Richard Wagner is celebrated.
THROUGH DECEMBER 4
Traveling Exhibit: History of Jewish
Life in Cumberland County. Discover
and celebrate the rich Jewish heritage of
Cumberland County by viewing an exhibi-
tion that travels to Vineland, Bridgeton,
and Millville. The exhibition is sponsored
by Jewish Federation of Cumberland,
Gloucester & Salem Counties (JFCGS). It
will run through Sunday, Nov. 17, at the
Vineland Historical and Antiquarian
Society, 108 S. Seventh St., Vineland;
Monday, Nov. 18 through Saturday, Nov. 23
at the Bridgeton Public Library, 150 E.
Commerce St., Bridgeton; and Sunday,
Nov. 24 through Wednesday, Dec. 4, at the
Millville Historical Society, 200 E. Main St,
Millville. For details, contact JFCGS at 856-
696-4445 or act@jewishcumberland.org.
Author Discusses The American at Historical Society
Daniel Roberts, author of The
American: The Life, Times and War of
Basil Antonelli, will share his experi-
ences in researching the book on
Wednesday, November 6 at the Vineland
Historical and Antiquarian Society. Basil,
an Italian immigrant, would later serve
as a lieutenant in the U.S. Army during
World War II and was killed in battle just
miles from his hometown.
Basil was the younger brother of
Americo (Rick) Antonelli, a Vineland
attorney and senior partner in the
prominent law firm of Lipman, Antonelli, Batt and Dunlap. After Americo died in
1998, his wife Joan, and his cousin Anthony Antonelli of Pennsauken contacted
Roberts, about writing the story of Basils life.
Roberts, the Director of History at the Wilson History and Research Center,
researched Basils story through family and public records and the memories of
area residents like the late Gus Siciliano, a World War II veteran who knew
Antonelli as a young man.
The poignant story reflects the dedication of Antonelli and all of the men who
served during World War II, as well as life in Vineland during the Great Depression
and the war years. Copies of the book will be available for sale that night.
Museum doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for refreshments and Roberts will begin
his talk at 7 p.m. While the event is free to the public, donations are welcome.
The Society, founded in 1864, is the oldest local historical society in New Jersey,
and will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2014. The Societys museum, located at
108 S. Seventh Street, is open for public tours on Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m.
For further information about the book or the Society, call 856-691-1111 or e-
mail vinelandhistory@gmail.com.
Vineland resident Angelo Antonelli presents a copy of a new biography about his
uncle, Basil Antonelli, to Nancy Steelman, a member of the Vineland Historical and
Antiquarian Society Board of Trustees.
Singers Sought
Theres still time to join the Chorale
and Oratorio Society of The Richard
Stockton College of New Jersey in
rehearsals Mondays at 7:30 p.m. in
Alton Auditorium on the main campus
as they prepare for a December per-
formance of Handels Messiah.
Anyone is welcome to become a
part of the choir, which will perform
the Messiah on Sunday, December 8
show at 7:30 p.m. in the Xanadu
Theater at Trump Taj Mahal in
Atlantic City. Part of the evenings
ticket revenue will go toward Stockton
scholarships.
For more information, contact
Brian Lyons in the School of Arts and
Humanities at Brian.Lyons@stock-
ton.edu, (609) 652-4891.
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Now accepting reservations for any size party on Thanksgiving Day
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ITALIAN RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
200 N. Delsea Dr. Vineland
Book Your
Holiday Parties Now!
Newly Renovated Room
Andrea Trattoria, 16 N. High St., Millville,
697-8400. Chef/owner Andrea Covino
serves up Italian specialties in atmosphere
of fine dining.
Annata Wine Bar, 216 Bellevue Ave,
Hammonton, 609-704-9797. Food served
tapas style, catering, private parties.
Extensive wine list. Live music Thurs. night.
Bagel University, 1406 S. Main Rd.,
Vineland, 691-0909. Breakfast and lunch
spot offering sandwiches named for col-
leges near and far.
Bains Deli, 636 E. Landis Ave., Vineland,
563-1400. Fresh deli sandwiches, wraps,
healthy salads, and coffee drinks. Open
Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Barberas Chocolates on Occasion, 782 S.
Brewster Rd., Vineland, 690-9998.
Homemade chocolates and candies, custom
gift baskets.
Bennigans Restaurant, 2196 W. Landis
Ave., Vineland, 205-0010. Entrees,
desserts, drink specials. Take-out. Happy
Hour Mon-Fri 3pm-7pm, Sun-Thu 10pm-cl.
All Sports packages available. NBA League
Pass, NHL Center Ice, & MLB Extra Innings.
Big Johns Pizza Queen, 1383 S. Main Rd.,
Vineland, 205-0012. Featuring Gutbuster
a 21-oz. burger, pizza, wings, subs, dinners.
Black Olive Restaurant. 782 S. Brewster
Rd, Vineland. 457-7624. 7 a.m. - 10 p.m
daily. Entrees, desserts. Take out available.
Bruni's Pizzeria. 2184 N. 2nd St., Millville
(856) 825-2200. Award-winning pizza since
1956. Open Mon-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sun.
11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Bruno's Family Restaurant, Cape May Ave.
and Tuckahoe Rd., Dorothy, 609-476-4739.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, pizza. Open Mon-
Sat. 7 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Chows Garden 1101 N. 2nd St., Millville,
327-3259. Sushi Bar, All-you-can-eat buffet.
Corleones Bistro, 2205 Delsea Dr.,
Franklinville, 856-422-0831.
Cosmopolitan Restaurant Lounge, Bakery,
3513 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland, 765-5977. Daily
happy hour 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. half-priced
appetizers, and reduced drink specials.
Crust N Krumbs Bakery, Main/Magnolia
rds., 690-1200. Cakes, pies, cookies,
breads, doughnuts, custom wedding cakes.
Dakota Prime Steakhouse & Sushi Bar at
Ramada, W. Landis Ave. and Rt. 55,
Vineland, 692-8600. Stylish atmosphere
perfect for an upscale lunch or dinner.
Delicious steaks, seafood and sushi. Closed
Monday for dinner.
Deeks Deli & Kustard Kitchen, 1370 S.
Main Rd., Vineland, 691-5438. Call for lunch
and dinner specials. Soft ice cream and
cakes year-round. Mon.-Sat 9 a.m.8 p.m.
Dennys, 1001 W. Landis Ave., Vineland,
696-1900. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Take-
out, too. Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 3-7 p.m.
Open 24 hours. Kids eat free Tues. & Sat.
Dominicks Pizza, 1768 S. Lincoln Ave.,
Vineland, 691-5511. Family time-honored
recipes, fresh ingredients.
Double Eagle Saloon, 1477 Panther Rd.,
Vineland, 213-6176. Open for lunch and
dinner. Traditional tavern fair.
Dukes Place, 305 N. Mill Rd., Vineland,
457-5922. Open for breakfast and lunch,
seven days. Homemade soups, burgers, hot
and cold subs. Catering available.
Elmer Diner, 41 Chestnut St., Elmer. 358-
3600. Diverse menu of large portions at
reasonable prices.
Esposito's Maplewood III, 200 N. Delsea
Dr., Vineland, 692-2011. Steaks, seafood
and pasta dishes at this Italian restaurant.
Erics, 98 S. West Ave., Vineland, 205-
9800. Greek and American cuisine, pizza.
Five Points Inn, E. Landis Ave. and Tuckahoe
Rd., Vineland, 691-6080. Italian cuisine and
dinner buffets to savor. Family-owned.
Golden Corral Buffet & Grill, 3624 S.
Delsea Dr., 856-362-5508. All you can eat,
serving breakfast Sat. & Sun., 7:3011 a.m.,
Lunch Mon. thru Fri. 114 p.m., Dinner 7
days a week. Senior early bird specials,
Mon thru Fri, 1 p.m.3 p.m. Take outs avail.
Ginas Ristorante, Landis and Lincoln Aves.
in ShopRite Plaza, Vineland. 205-0049.
Serving dinner Tues.-Thurs., 4-9 p.m.;
Friday & Sat., 4-10 p.m.; Now serving
lunch: Tues. - Fri. 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Reservations recommended. Takeout avail.
Giovanni's Authentic Italian Deli, 1102 N.
East Ave. Vineland. 692-0459. Open daily
DINING OUT
From fine dining to lunch spots to
bakeries, the area has choices to satisfy
any appetite. Call for hours.
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sandwiches, salads, soups, sandwiches, flat
bread panini, wings, platters, family dinners.
Golden Palace Diner Restaurant 2623 S
Delsea Dr, Vineland, 692-5424. Serving
breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
The Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf Course,
4049 Italia Avenue, Vineland, 691-5558.
The golfers lounge and bar serves lunch
and snacks daily from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Greenview Inn is a fine dining restau-
rant open for dinner Wed.-Sun. at 5 p.m.
Harrys Pub at Ramada, W. Landis Ave.
and Rt. 55, Vineland, 696-8600. Lunch &
dinner 7 days a week. Happy hour daily 4-
6pm with half price appetizers. Live
Entertainment Wednesday thru Saturday.
High Street Chinese Buffet, High St.,
Millville, 825-2288. All-you-can-eat buffet.
Howies Dugout All Star Cafe, 3569 E.
Landis Ave. (Across from Shoprite at
Lincoln and Landis). 856-457-5200. Open
seven days a week, serving breakfast,
lunch, dinner and ice cream.
Jersey Jerry's. 1362 S. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland, 362-5978. Serving subs, sand-
wiches, and take-out platters.
Joe's Poultry. 440 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland,
692-8860. Barbecue and Kosher chickens,
homemade sides, catering.
Kawa Thai & Sushi, 607 E. Landis Ave.,
Vineland, 213-6706. Open for lunch & dinner
daily. Authentic Thai dishes ranging from
traditional to modern recipes. Take out avail.
Larry's II Restaurant, 907 N. Main Rd.,
Vineland, 692-9001. Three meals daily.
Sunday breakfast buffet, early-bird dinners.
La Locanda Pizzeria & Ristorante, 1406 S.
Main Rd., Vineland, 794-3332. Pasta, veal,
chicken. Lunch and dinner. Closed Sun.
Marcianos Restaurant, 947 N. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland, 563-0030. Italian-American cui-
sine, seafood and veal. Open daily for
lunch and dinner, $6.49 lunch buffet
Monday - Saturday.
Martinos Trattoria & Pizzeria, 2614 E.
Chestnut Ave., Vineland, 692-4448. Brick
oven pizza, risotto, polenta. Three meals daily.
Merighi's Savoy Inn, E. Landis Ave. and
Union Rd., Vineland, 691-8051.
Banquet/wedding facility and intimate
restaurant. Gourmet Pizza Nite on Wed.
Outdoor dining in the adjacent Lunas
Outdoor Bar & Grille.
Millville Queen Diner, 109 E. Broad Street,
Millville. 327-0900. Always open 24/7.
Milmay Tavern, Tuckahoe and Bears Head
rds., Milmay, 476-3611. Gourmet lunches
and dinners, casual setting.
MVP Bar, 408 Wheat Road, Vineland, 697-
9825. Full bar menu, drink specials.
Old Oar House Irish Pub, 123 N. High
Street Millville, 293-1200. Year round Fresh
seafood daily, slow roasted prime rib spe-
cials, salads, everyday lunch & dinner spe-
cials, homemade corn beef, kitchen open
until 1 a.m., outdoor beer garden.
Olympia Restaurant, 739 S. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland, 691-6095. Authentic Greek cui-
sinelamb dishes and salads.
Pegasus, Rts. 40 and 47, Vineland, 694-
0500. Breakfast, lunch, dinner specials;
convenient drive-thru, mini-meal specials.
Peking Gourmet, 907 N. Main Rd., (Larrys
II Plaza), Vineland, 691-0088. Chinese.
Takeout only. Major credit cards accepted.
Saigon, 2180 N. Second St., Millville, 327-
8878. Authentic Vietnamesenoodle
soups, curry, hotpot, Buddhist vegetarian.
Speedway Cafe at Ramada, W. Landis Ave.
and Rt. 55, Vineland, 696-8600. Open
Daily, 6 a.m.-11 p.m. Breakfast served all
day. Daily specials Monday thru Friday.
Over 30 dinner selections at 2 for $19.99
and also 7 for $7.00 available 7 days a
week starting at 3 pm.
Ten22 Bar & Grill at Centerton Country
Club, 1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove, 358-
3325. Lunch and dinner. New tavern menu
features soups, salads, burgers, sandwich-
es, wraps and entree selections. Sunday
Brunch extravaganza.
Tombstone Saloon and Grill, 373 Route 54,
Buena, 213-6115. Serving lunch, dinner and
packaged goods. Nightly specials like Taco
Tuesday and Wednesday Wing Night (50
cent wings and free poker). Teachers
happy hour 46 p.m.
Tre Belleze, 363 E. Wheat Rd., Buena, 697-
8500. Serving lunch and dinner daily with
complimentary buffet on Fri. from 3-6 p.m.
Serving gluten-free pizza, pasta and beer.
Home of the Screamer Wings.
Uncle Rickys Outdoor Bar, 470 E. Wheat
Rd., Vineland, 691-4454. Ribs, chicken, fish,
steaks. Always clams, eat in or take out.
Live music Saturday & Sunday night.
Dungeness Crab All You Can Eat.
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The following transactions of $10,000 or more were filed with Cumberland County in
the month of September 2013 (transactions may have occurred in an earlier month).
Names listed may, in some cases, be those of buyers or sellers representatives.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
BRIDGETON
334 N Laurel St., Peter P Descar, Jr. to
Tamara Ciccioli on 9/4/13 for $73,000
446 Coral Ave., Susan Marie Haydak
(Exec.) to RCT Realty LLC on 9/5/13 for
$30,000
49 Twin Oaks Dr., Hi Point Properties
LLC to Donald K OConnor on 9/5/13
for $189,900
7 Barth Rd., James A Anderson to
Chad Skinner on 9/5/13 for $345,000
13-15 Taylor St., Joseph F Mead to
Gabrielle C Miller on 9/6/13 for $34,191
COMMERCIAL TWP
475 Sandalwood Rd., Catherine J Forand
to Kevin Nocon on 9/3/13 for $11,500
1605 North Ave., Robert Simmerman
to Phillip W Laisi on 9/4/13 for $43,200
9070 Highland St., Mary Jeffers (by
Atty.) to Devon M Froeder on 9/5/13 for
$112,000
DEERFIELD TWP
730 Parvins Mill Rd., Royal Tax Lien
Services LLC (DBA) to Scott Swink on
9/9/13 for $175,000
DOWNE TWP
120 Delaware Ave., Frederick Michael
MacDonald to Daria A Kachmar on
9/3/13 for $115,000
HOPEWELL TWP
14 Holly Terr., William E Weber, Jr.
(Ind. Exec.) to Yuri Diachenko on 9/5/13
for $123,000
MILLVILLE
410-412 Valatia Ave., James Messier
to Steven M Maychak, Jr. on 9/3/13 for
$124,000
805 Leonard Dr., Kondaur Capital
Corp. Trust to Joy Investment LLC on
9/4/13 for $85,000
2751 E Main St., Barbara Ann Baldwin
to Roger P Peterson, Sr. on 9/4/13 for
$175,000
47 Churchill Dr., Rudolph J Danna, III
to Robert A Snyder, Jr. on 9/5/13 for
$220,000
108 S 5th St., Elizabeth Rowe (Exec.) to
Elizabeth Rowe on 9/6/13 for $28,500
350 Briar Ln., Wesley Kenyon to
Nelson Ferrer on 9/9/13 for $178,000
UPPER DEERFIELD
7 Marino Ave., Theresa A Williamson
(Exec.) to Jonathan A Davis on 9/3/13
for $200,000
3 Mallard Dr., Clark G Shimp to Joseph
R Barbeck, Jr. on 9/5/13 for $208,000
12 Thoroughbred Ct., RJS Heritage
Homes Inc. to John Ferillo on 9/5/13 for
$254,900
STOW CREEK TWP
358 Buckhorn Rd., Benjamin F Cruzan
to Frank A Mazza on 9/5/13 for $208,000
23 Serata Dr., Joyce M Darischuk to
Federal National Mortgage Assoc. on
9/6/13 for $102,760
VINELAND
2839 Panther Rd., Frances Magolda to
Kevin Sprague on 9/3/13 for $69,200
30 N State St., Frances M Magnan to
Miraida Arbona on 9/3/13 for $173,500
2423 Monroe Ave., James K May to
Mechael Cortes on 9/3/13 for $180,000
2715 Palermo Ave., Kevin Sprague to
James Ferguson on 9/3/13 for $195,000
2616 Medina St., Henry K Mantey to
Rajvinder Kaur on 9/3/13 for $238,000
1973 Mayslanding Rd., Sidney D Birge
(Adm.) to Robert C Foels on 9/4/13 for
$60,000
836 E Park Ave., Lori A Markgraf (Est.
by Exec.) to Ackerman Investment Co.
LLC on 9/4/13 for $105,000
4231 E Sherman Ave., Barbara L
Spicer (Est. by Exec.) to Melissa Stillings
on 9/4/13 for $117,600
4518 Sherman Ave., Joseph A Mecheski
to James Martine, Jr. on 9/4/13 for
$135,000
1100 Sharp Rd., Belinda Livingston to
Bota Investments LLC on 9/4/13 for
$175,000
2181 Civil War Rd., Carmela Trzeciak to
Jennifer A DeRosa on 9/4/13 for $195,795
2475 Barry Dr., Yehuda Cohen to
Stephen J Hague on 9/5/13 for $171,000
1255 Brandywine Dr., Daniel M Clement
to Joseph Garofalo on 9/5/13 for $182,500
1816 Arrowhead Trail, Michael
Fakhreddine to Jessica Cardona on
9/5/13 for $220,000
727 E Oak Rd., Anthony Houser to
Graciela Diaz-Pino on 9/6/13 for $72,500
1354 Venus Dr., Jose A Torres, Sr. to
David Weldon on 9/6/13 for $120,000
169 N Brewster Rd., Bonita A Tursini
(Exec.) to Zoe Paraskevas on 9/6/13 for
$143,000
61 Bortle Ave., Charles W Hill to Carmelo
Rodriguez-Figueras on 9/6/13 for $143,000
179 S Spring Rd., Mark P Asselta (Exec.) to
Noemy Echevarria on 9/6/13 for $169,500
2871 Union Rd., Susan Devito (Exec.)
to Erin Gaglione on 9/9/13 for $99,000
770 S Spring Rd., Helen Shinkarink
(by Atty.) to Victor F Rone on 9/9/13 for
$120,000
1049 Linda Ln., NVR Inc. (DBA) to
Paris L Kinsey, Sr. on 9/9/13 for $197,951
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Steelman's Drywall.
Drywall installation and
repairing nailpops, cracks,
water damage, unfinished
drywall. Big or small! Call
Joe for a free estimate at
609-381-3814.
Turk's Pressure Clean.
Powerwashing of vinyl and
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Concrete, brick, roof stain
removal. Gutter cleanouts.
Over 25 years in business.
Insured. Call 856-692-7470
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Mulberry St., Millville.
(Next to railroad tracks)
Sat. Nov. 2, Sat. Nov. 9,
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825-3008 for info.
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6 p.m. 515 Brewster Rd.
(between Vine Rd. and
Wheat Rd.), Vineland.
Everything must go!
4 bedroom, 1 bathroom
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Section 8 okay. Buck St.,
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Call: 609-364-8154.
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through loving care. Call
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Saxophone and clarinet
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all styles. Beginner to
advanced. If interested,
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Residential repair, addi-
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Bonded and insured.
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For Sale: Contents of gift
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Chris Gheysens, President &CEOof Wawa Inc., captivated a capacity crowd of more
than 250 attendees at the Annual State of Cumberland County & Tri-Chamber Breakfast
at Cumberland County Colleges Luciano Center on Friday, October 25. Gheysens began
his keynote address with an endearing anecdote about how he rarely gets nervous when
giving speeches to large crowds, but the fact that his parents and a number of their
friends were in the crowd had him a bit anxious. Gheysens told the crowd that he grew
up in Vineland and that Wawa has many connections to the Cumberland County area as
well. During his informative and motivational presentation,
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News
&
Views
T
he Greater Vineland Chamber of
Commerce hosted their First
Responders Recognition Event at
Merighis Savoy Inn on Friday, November 1.
Many residents came out to personally
thank the Vineland EMS, Fire and Police
Departments for all they do to keep the
community safe.
At the event, members of the EMS, Fire
and Police Departments were recognized and
the chiefs of each accepted certificates and
spoke about highlights of their departments
efforts in the past year.
The event was sponsored by Rental
Country, Vineland Municipal Utilities and
First Choice Freezer and Cold Storage.
The GVCC Presented the Public Appreciation Event for the Citys EMS, Fire and Police Departments on Friday.
RIGHT: (From left) Vineland Fire Chief Robert
Pagnini, EMS Chief Al Lincks and Police Chief Tim
Codispoti accept certificates of appreciation from
Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce Executive
Director Dawn Hunter. PHOTOBY JOE PROFETTO
Vinelands First Responders Honored
WAWAS GHEYSENS HEADLINES
BREAKFAST EVENT
NOVEMBER 7THURSDAY
POWER HOUR MEET AND GREET.
Centerton Country Club. 5:307 p.m.
Members Only. Cash bar. Remember
your business cards!
NOVEMBER 19TUESDAY
ASKYOUR OFFICIALS DAY.
GVCC Office, 11 a.m. Talk One-on-One
with Freeholder Director Derella and
Vineland Mayor Bermudez.
By appointment only.
NOVEMBER 20WED.
GVCC CITY HALL SEMINAR. City
Council Chambers, 89 a.m. Topics
zoning, permits & licenses. Free to
attend but registration is required. Light
refreshments.
NOVEMBER 21THURSDAY
GVCC WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL
GROUP LUNCHEON MEETING.
Ramada-Vineland. This Month's Focus
Group Is Non-Profits. 11:30 a.m. If you
are a chamber member Non-Profit organ-
ization and would like to have a display
table at this meeting, call 691-7400 to
reserve a table. Member Price $15.
DECEMBER 5THURSDAY
GVCC HOLIDAY EVENT. Running Deer
Golf Club, 68 p.m. Cocktail Reception
includes open bar. Member Price $35.
DECEMBER 6FRIDAY
CONGRESSIONAL ACTION
COMMITTEE MEETING WITH
CONGRESSMAN LOBIONDO. Running
Deer Golf Club, 8:3010:30 a.m.
Presented by Southern NJ Chamber of
Commerce in partnership w/Greater
Vineland and Millville chambers.
Registration deadline is Dec. 3. Pre-Reg.
$35, at the door $45. Non-members
$60. Register at www.chambersnj.com
CHAMBER EVENTS:
Registration required for all GVCC
meetings/events. Call 691-7400.
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Welcome Message
It is not my custom to single out a spe-
cific chamber member in my monthly
message, but this is an exception. I want
to thank Gary Galloway of Rental
Country for all his assistance with our
Senatorial Candidate Debate held on
October 24. We wanted to host the debate
in the Landis Theater, but because of its
impending closure, we were not sure
wed be able to make that happen. Gary
assisted in every way possibleconnect-
ing us to a light/sound person, meeting
the delivery of flags and podium, open-
ing the theater when we needed access
and putting our event on the marquee.
We are very grateful for his help to make
the debate a success.
The Annual Cumberland County / Tri-
Chamber State of the County breakfast
was held October 25. This was a success-
ful collaboration between the county eco-
nomic development office and the three
area chambers of commerce. Each cham-
ber had an opportunity to highlight the
roles we play in the community. We
appreciate our sponsors, presenters, ven-
dors and volunteers for all their support
and involvement.
**If you are
interested in
being a vendor
at this event next
year, please let
me know and I
will put you on
the list now. We
may expand the
space available for vendors next year,
but dont delay, as it always fills up fast.**
Also reported in this issue is our First
Responders Recognition Event that was
held November 1. The GVCC created this
event this year so we could honor all of
our first responders in Vineland. We
wanted to bring all EMS, Fire and Police
together to say thank you for their brav-
ery and service. Thank you to the event
sponsors, program advertisers and all the
chamber members that generously donat-
ed door prizes. It is our goal to host this
annually and we welcome everyone to
join us next year!
Its incredible that we are already at
this time of the year again to wish you a
very Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!
Get involved, Get connected and
Come Grow With Us!
Dawn Hunter, Executive Director
THE PEOPLEWHO MAKE
THE CHAMBER A DYNAMIC
BUSINESS ADVOCACY GROUP Who
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:
DAWN HUNTER
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT:
KATHY FARINACCIO
COMCAST
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT:
VICTOR LATORRE
LATORRE HARDWARE
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT:
JEFF GEORGE
MERRILL LYNCH
THIRD VICE PRESIDENT:
BOB MCCORMICK
TOYOTA-SCION OF VINELAND
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
WAYNE TRIANTOS
TRIANTOS & DELP, CPAS, LLC.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
LOUISE BERTACCHI
CUMBERLAND COUNTY WOMENS HALL OF FAME
PETE CAPIZOLA
NEWFIELD NATIONAL BANK
GINGER CHASE
SIR SPEEDY OF VINELAND
ANN FAGOTTI
BOLLINGER INSURANCE SOLUTIONS
JOSEPH ISABELLA
VINELAND MUNICIPAL UTILITIES
BARBARA JONES
SERVPRO OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY
LESLIE JONES
HEALTHSOUTH REHABILITATION HOSPITAL OF
VINELAND
STACEY LILLISTON
LILLISTON FORD
RICH PATTI
COMTEK SOLUTIONS, INC.
RON ROSSI
ROSSI HONDA
DIANE SACCO
SUN NATIONAL BANK
CLARE SAPIENZA-ECK
INSPIRA HEALTH NETWORK
NICHOLAS SCARDINO
SUSQUEHANNA BANK
JOE STERNBERG
VINELAND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
DAVE SURDAM
CHEMGLASS LIFE SCIENCES, LLC
SCOTT ZUCCA
L.J. ZUCCA DISTRIBUTORS, INC
TREASURER:
STEVE TESTA
ROMANO, HEARING, TESTA &KNORR, CPAS, P.A.
SOLICITOR:
MICHAEL BENSON
BUONADONNA & BENSON, P.C.
PUBLISHER:
GRAPEVINE NEWS CORP. / THE GRAPEVINE
GREATER VINELAND
CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
2115 S. DELSEA DR., VINELAND, NJ 08360
PHONE (856) 691-7400 FAX (856) 691-2113
WWW.VINELANDCHAMBER.ORG
E-MAIL: INFO@VINELANDCHAMBER.ORG
Sir Speedy Printing and Marking
Services in Vineland, owned by O.D.
and Ginger Chase, recently received
a Century Club Award, placing them
in an elite group of Sir Speedy fran-
chises worldwide for the 30th
consecutive year.
John
DiAngelo,
appointed as
President and
Chief
Executive
Officer of
Inspira
HealthNetwork effective January 1,
2014.
CONGRATULATIONS
to These Members:
JOIN THE BUNCH
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
FOR OCTOBER 2013
Russell Swanson of Our
Town Marketing recruited
new member Cumberland
County Habitat for Humanity!
Michele Low of the
Grapevine Newspaper
recruited
new member Great Clips!
Denise Jackson of Fairfield
Inn & Suites recruited
new member MedExpress
Urgent Care!
LEGISLATIVE
CORNER
The GVCC works on behalf of our
members to advance responsible public
policy that ensures the business com-
munity has the resources, infrastructure,
and opportunities to keep our regions
economy strong and growing. The
GVCC Legislative Committee wants
you to know about some pieces of legis-
lation that may affect your business:
A3778 Establishes microenterprise
training program and assistance for
micro entrepreneurs. This bill provides
assistance for individuals who own or
are starting a microenterprise business.
The bill defines a microenterprise as a
small business of less than five
employees which requires less than
$35,000 in startup capital.
A3680 Economic Opportunity Act
of 2013 - Enhances and merges five of
the state's economic incentive pro-
grams for businesses into the Grow
New Jersey Assistance Program and
the Economic Redevelopment and
Growth Grant Program. We believe
this will benefit small businesses,
attract larger businesses to the state,
and encourage new entrepreneurs.
To find out more about a specific
bill, visit www.njleg.state.nj.us
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Commercial
Development Company
(Vineland Shopping
Center)
Real Estate Developers
1013 E. Landis Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-205-1782
Charles A. Spinelli
Cumberland County
Habitat for Humanity
Non-Profit Organization
610 E. Landis Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-563-0292
Robert Scarpa
www.cumberlandhabitat.org
Great Clips
Salons
1255 W. Landis Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360
267-249-5721
Kevin Herman
www.greatclips.com
MedExpress Urgent Care
Healthcare Consulting &
Services
3403 S. Delsea Drive
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-293-6974
Daniel Mozer
www.medexpress.com
Resources for
Independent Living, Inc.
Healthcare Consulting &
Services
614 E. Landis Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-825-0255
MaryBeth Luby
www.rilnj.org
New Members
Achieve Physical Therapy
& Fitness LLC
Allen Associates
Ashley Furniture Home
Store
Biondi Insurance
Bishop McCarthy
Residence
BK Machine
Bob Morgan
Entertainment
Capital Bank of New
Jersey
Center For Diagnostic
Imaging
Cold Stone Creamery
Colonial Bank
Copiers Plus
Cranberry Run
Cumberland Cnty Tech
Education Center
Cumberland County
College
Denny's Restaurant
E3 Consulting Partners
George Perez - Artist
H.W.S. And Associates
Human Resources Assn.
of Southern NJ
J.W. Pedersen, Architect
JG Finneran Associates,
Inc.
Kennedy Concrete, Inc.
Loyle Family
M & M Music
McMahon Agency
Merrill Lynch - Joel H.
Cruz
Newfield National Bank
Northeast Precast
Gloria Noto
Penn Lincoln Mobile
Home Park, LLC
Performance Marketing
Quinn Broadcasting, Inc.
Redeemer Lutheran
Church
Rienzi Bridal Salon
Rone Funeral Service
Rossi Motors, Inc
Serene Touch Center
Sir Speedy Printing
Center
Southern New Jersey
Steel Co., Inc.
Susquehanna Bank
Tamagnista Video
Solutions, LLC.
Thomas H. Heist
Insurance Agency, Inc
Vann Dodge Chrysler
Jeep Ram
Vineland Gynecology
Associates
Vista Outdoor
Advertising
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In October of 1981, Betty and Gary
Galloway started Rental Country Inc. in
Vineland, NJ. The first big victory came
when Rental Country was named a
major dealer of Honda Power Equipment
and Stihl Power Tools, which Rental
Country still sells, rents and services
today. With a commitment to exceptional
customer service, Rental Country quickly
became one of the largest dealers of
power equipment in South Jersey.
In 1985, Rental Country added a sec-
ond location at 706 Route 9 South in
Cape May Court House. The third loca-
tion at 6661 Black Horse Pike in Egg
Harbor Twp opened in 1990 and a
fourth location was established in 2001
at 2721 Route 42 in Sicklerville.
In addition to being a dealer for Honda
Power Equipment and Stihl Power Tools,
Rental Country is also a dealer for Scag,
Briggs and Stratton, Wacker, Billy Goat,
Husqvarna, Partner, Wright, Senco,
Emglo, Bobcat, Milwaukee, Troy-Bilt
Lawn and Garden equipment and more.
Rental Country also sells new and
used equipment, rents name brand
equipment and stocks parts for repairs
and maintenance of units purchased at
Rental Country and elsewhere.
In 1992, Rental Country received the
Vineland Chamber of Commerce Small
Business Award and has received sever-
al other awards through the years.
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Attention Local Businesses:
Make a BIG Impact
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Cumberland & Salem Counties is issuing
a challenge to local businesses in their
"Jeans Day" campaign. Staff members of
businesses and organizations would pick
a particular day/days where they decide
to dress casual and wear jeans. Every
staff member who decides to wear jeans
would donate an amount to the youth
mentoring agency that is determined by
the staff. Big Brothers Big Sisters encour-
ages all to partake in this worthy cause.
Proceeds go to Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Cumberland & Salem Counties
Mentoring and Community Outreach
Programs. However, the Jeans Day cam-
paign is not limited to businesses.
Schools and organizations in
Cumberland & Salem County can get
involved as well. Jeans Day is a simple
and easy way to support the local
agency and the children in the communi-
ty that they serve. For more information
on Big Brothers Big Sisters "Jeans Day"
campaign, please call us at (856)692-0916
ext. 102, or e-mail Solomon Wactor at
swactor@southjerseybigs.org.
Living and Cooking With RA
Inspira Health Network is hosting
Rethink RA for area residents on
Thursday, November 14 from 6 to 8 p.m.
at Appel Farm Arts and Music Center in
Elmer. This free program, brought to you
by Pfizer, will discuss the challenges of
living with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA),
and explain the clinical tests and disease
management. Attendees will learn how
to talk to their doctors and to rethink the
possibilities for living life with RA.
Special guest and celebrity Chef
Seamus Mullen will do a cooking
demonstration to inspire those living
with RA to command life by starting in
the kitchen. Known for his inventive,
approachable, and modern Spanish cui-
sine, Seamus has gained critical acclaim
as one of the leading chefs in the coun-
try. Cooking is one example of how you
can stay active and healthy and even
have fun while living with RA, he said.
Inspira wants those who have moder-
ate-to-severe rheumatoid arthritis to
know that no one should have to feel
like every day revolves around their dis-
ease. Struggling with basic daily activi-
ties is more than just a hassle. Rethink
RA will allow patients to learn about
their condition as well as how to take
charge of their health and their kitchen.
To register, call 1-800-INSPIRA.
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The Chambers Green Initiatives Committee is focused on
educating our membership on opportunities, issues and general
information regarding environmentally friendly practices. The
Chambers Green Initiatives Committee would like to know about
green energy and practices your business or organization has
engaged in that have helped your company prosper. Please
e-mail us at info@vinelandchamber.org, or call us at 856-691-
7400, if you are interested in participating in this committee.
Committee Discusses GMOs
A recent topic of discussion with our Green Initiatives
Committee was genetically modified food, classified as a food created through
the use of direct genetic manipulation, the result being a fundamentally new
species of organism that could not naturally exist or be developed through the
use of selective breeding. Genetic manipulation of food has been going on ever
since Gregor Mendel and his famous pea plants. The difference between the two
is that genetically modified foods have been developed through the use of tech-
niques that could not occur outside of a lab.
Some of the resulting products produce their own toxins that are meant to erad-
icate common pests that attack the crop. Others are developed to be genetically
resistant to the pesticides used on the fields in which they are planted. People
have health and ethical concerns about eating food derived from these products.
Proponents of these technologies indicate that their products generate higher
yields and are more cost effective for farmers. There is limited research that has
not been funded by biotechnology companies, which indicates that this is factual.
On the other hand, studies by MIT, the United Nations, and the Union of Concerned
Scientists have all found that the argument of higher yields is more of a myth.
At the national level, only one law requires the labeling of genetically modified
foods. It applies to genetically modified salmon, to be used in the event that this
salmon is approved for use in the United States. Two statesConnecticut and
Mainehave passed laws that require genetically modified foods to be labeled.
There are labeling initiatives building in many other states.
Anti-labeling proponents believe that pro-labeling activists are simply not edu-
cated enough on the science of genetically modified products. Pro-labeling
activists often assert that anti-labeling proponents are just dumbfounded by a
sales pitch by chemical companies. In truth, the basic issue surrounding these
labeling initiatives is a legal one. In the United States, corporate entities are legally
regarded as persons. With the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. FEC,
corporations were awarded broader protections under the U.S. Constitution that
included free speech rights. Thus, corporations are now afforded the same speech
protections as natural citizens of the United States. As federally recognized per-
sons afforded First Amendment rights, U.S. corporations cannot be compelled to
speak one way or the other about their products in most cases.
Some have argued that corporations are required to label many different ingre-
dients already, and that labeling genetically modified foods should not be such a
big deal. However, these labeling requirements came about with the passage of the
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) and the Fair Packaging and
Labeling Act. This act included no mandates regarding genetically modified organ-
isms (GMOs). With laws like these in place, the United States is one of the few indus-
trialized nations that have not yet forced genetically modified foods to be labeled.
There are a number of organizations working toward labeling genetically modified
foods. Right to Know groups have sprung up around the country to support genet-
ically modified food labeling initiatives. An initiative known as Prop 37 in California
was one of Right to Know GMOs early successes. The Non-GMO Project is a volun-
tary certification process that companies can elect to go through if they wish to
prove they are not utilizing genetically modified ingredients. The process is exten-
sive and that has led Non-GMO Project labels to be a worthwhile commodity for
food producers. The project is also heavily involved in the promotion of food label-
ing initiatives, and is commonly involved with trying to pass labeling measures.
The Organic Consumers Association is arguably one of the most involved of
the many groups working toward mandatory labeling for genetically modified
foods. The association is a significant financial backer of labeling initiatives and
works toward labeling or banning all genetically modified products.
A wide range of ethical, scientific, legal and political reasoning are behind why
these foods are not labeled. Currently, 61 countries require genetically modified
foods to be labeled. Many countries, including Japan and Austria, have placed out-
right bans on their cultivation or sale. Its safe to say that genetically modified food
labeling issues will be a consistent source of debate into the foreseeable future. For
more information visit www.nongmoproject.org
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TOP: Jim Watson, the Countys
Economic Development Director,
moderated the program.
ABOVE: Freeholder Director Joe
Derella made the closing remarks.
BELOW: The executive directors of the
Bridgeton (Tony Stanzione), Millville
(Chuck Wyble) and Vineland (Dawn
Hunter) chambers of commerce spoke
of the key advantages of chamber
membership following welcome
remarks by CCCs President, Dr.
Thomas Isekenegbe.
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Gheysens related Wawas long history in the
region, dating back to the 1800s. Ancestors of
the Wood family, which runs Wawa Inc. (Wawa
employees also hold a large percentage of the
companys stock), were large landowners in early
Cumberland County and ran an iron foundry and
textile mill here prior to opening a dairy farm in
Pennsylvania in 1902. Gheysens explained that it
was Richard D. Wood who in 1861 sold the land to
Charles K. Landis to develop the City of Vineland.
While Wawa is headquartered in
Pennsylvania, it maintains ties to our region. The
first Wawa to open in New Jersey was located in
Vineland. All of the dairy products sold at Wawa
are supplied by Cumberland Dairy in Bridgeton.
All of the rolls used for Wawas hoagies are
baked at Omni Bakery in Vineland. All of the
equipment used in all Wawas is made in
Bridgeton as well. Shipping those locally made
products to Wawa stores as far away as Florida
is expensive, Gheysens said, but it ensures the
consistency in product quality that he says are
key to the convenience store chains success.
Gheysens related that Wawa vision statement
is, we exist to simplify our customers daily lives.
The company is committed to embracing change
and crossing established industry boundaries, he
said (hence the addition of fuel service to their
convenience store locations several years ago).
Gheysens speech was preceded by a welcome
from Cumberland County College President, Dr.
Thomas Isekenegbe, and presentations by the
executive directors of the Bridgeton, Millville
and Vineland chambers of commerce (Tony
Stanzione, Chuck Wyble and Dawn Hunter,
respectively). Stanzione discussed his chambers
Shop Local campaign and detailed the use of its
website to support and market its members.
Wyble spoke about networking strategies and
etiquette. Hunter outlined the GVCCs business
advocacy role, including efforts to defend its
members on the legislative front.
Other presenters included Freeholder
Deputy Director Doug Long, who gave a State of
the County address, and Freeholder Director Joe
Derella, who gave the closing remarks.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9
MY BIG EVENT @ THE EVENT
CENTER
10 a.m. Planning a Sweet 16, Prom,
Anniversary party, Baby Shower,
Wedding Reception? This event is for
you! Prizes, vendors, food tastings,
photo booths and lots more. 856-696-
4380 or visit youreventcenter.com
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11
VETERANS ARMISTICE DAY
CEREMONY @ LANDIS PARK
11 a.m. All are invited to attend. Please
come out and honor our Veterans.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14
INSPIRA HEALTH NETWORKS
RETHINK RA
68 p.m. Appel Farm Arts and Music
Center, 457 Shirley Road, Elmer.
This free program, brought to you by
Pfizer, will discuss the challenges of
living with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA),
and explain the clinical tests and dis-
ease management. Attendees will
learn how to talk to their doctors and
to rethink the possibilities for living
life with RA. To register, or for more
information, call 1-800-INSPIRA.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15
WHITE CHRISTMAS ATTHE
LEVOYTHEATRE
8 p.m. Call 856-327-6400 or visit
levoy.net for tickets and multiple
dates. Prices-$20 Individuals, $14
students and seniors.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15
LUTHER ACRES HEALTH FAIR
10 a.m.1 p.m. 560 Sarah Place,
Vineland 856-696-0262
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19
BOB MORGANENTERTAINMENT
OPENHOUSE
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ribbon cutting
takes place at 11:30 a.m. at their
new location, 1480 S. Delsea Dr.,
(corner of Elm Rd.) in Vineland.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20
DISASTER PLANNING SYMPOSIUM
Ramada Inn, 2216 W. Landis Ave.,
Vineland. 5:307:30 p.m. Hosted by
SERVPRO of Cape and Cumberland
Counties. RSVP to 609-536-5166.
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Human Resource
Association Meeting
The Human Resource
Association of Southern New
Jersey will hold its monthly gath-
ering on Thursday, November 21,
at the Luciano Center on the
campus of Cumberland County
College. Networking begins at
5:30, dinner meeting begins at
6:30. Ross Desimone of
Corporate Psychology will lead
an interactive presentation called
Leadership Secrets of Santa,
reviewing the approaches used
by Santa Claus to gain buy-in
from people around him. This is
guaranteed to be a good time,
right before the holiday season!
The Sponsor for the meeting
is Joseph Skwara, CFP, CFS of
Ameriprise Financial. Cost of the
dinner is $45 and reservations
must be made, no later than noon
Tuesday November 19, by visiting
http://hrasnj.shrm.org.
Contact Laurie LaTorre at
856-391-1326 or
llatorre@cumberlandgroup.com.
101 W. Elmer Road Vineland, NJ 08360
(856) 696-2525 (877) 590-8866 (toll free)
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EVENTS
See p. 1 for a listing of GVCC events
Family Holiday Bazaar
at Ellison Next Month
The Ellison School will be hold-
ing a Family Holiday Bazaar
(open to the public) on Saturday,
December 14 from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. The Bazaar will feature
crafters, retail vendors, childrens
activities, music, live demonstra-
tions, basket raffles, food and
treats; it will provide everything
you need to finish your holiday
shopping. If you are a crafter or
vendor and would like to partici-
pate, call or e-mail Mary Jane
Kinkade (856-691-1734;
mjkinkade@ellisonschool.org).
You may also visit Ellisons web-
site at www.ellisonschool.org.
Comcast Spotlight
Advertising
If you currently advertise or
will be advertising in the future
with Comcast Spotlight, please
consider adding the Vineland
Discover the Difference logo
to your ad. Contact Tara Smith
at 856-905-1800 or
tara_smith2@cable.comcast.co
m. And dont forget to also
include your GVCC Proud to
be a Member logo!
WORKSHOP: Doing
Business with
Cumberland County
Interested in partnering
with local government
agencies?
Want to know how to sell
your product or service to the
local government?
What are the processes
for working with the local
government?
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26
AT 8 A.M.
Luciano Conference Center,
Cumberland County College
REGISTER BY PHONE:
856-453-2211
REGISTER BY EMAIL:
deannja@co.cumberland.nj.us
REGISTER ONLINE:
www.co.cumberland.nj.us
Continental Breakfast will be
served.
How Do You Make
a Difference?
The GVCC wants to know
how you make a difference in
Vineland! We have a commit-
tee that is focused on improv-
ing the image of Vineland. Not
only from outside of the area
so we can attract new busi-
nesses to locate here and
expand our economy, but also
from the inside. Citizens and
businesses in Vineland should
be proud of our city, our histo-
ry, and all the positive things
we already have here. Many
people are doing things every
day to help Vineland be a
great place to live, work and
play. It can be something
small or bigall efforts count!
Let us know how you are
making a difference in
Vineland. Send us an email at
info@vinelandchamber.org or
mail a note to:
GVCC, 2115 S.Delsea Drive,
Vineland, NJ 08360.
When
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THE PLACES WHERE
CHAMBER MEMBERS
WERE SEEN IN ACTION Where
Meet & Greet at
The Greenview Inn at
Eastlyn Golf Course
A Power Hour Meet & Greet was held
on Tuesday, October 8, at The Greenview
Inn at Eastlyn. The event was sponsored
by Thomas Heist Insurance Agency (staff
pictured at right).
The next Power Hour Meet & Greet
will be held on Thursday, November 7, at
Centerton Country Club.
Join us for great networking. Members
only. Registration required. Dont miss out
on the chance to meet up with fellow busi-
nesspeople and promote your business.
ADVERTISING IN
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is easy and affordable!
Contact Marie Gallo or Michele Low today
to place your ad in the December 2013 issue.
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MARIES CELL (856) 297-3064
FIRST RESPONDERS
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PHOTOS BY JOE PROFETTO
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Take Advantage of the
Member-to-Member
Discount Program
One of the benefits of belonging to
the Greater Vineland Chamber of
Commerce is the member-to-member
discounts. These discounts are
offered by a wide variety of GVCC
members. The savings from these
discounts can help pay for your GVCC
annual membership and for members
that offer discounts, it helps drive
business their way. This program is
only one of the many ways the GVCC
helps you succeed!
As a member, ALL of your employ-
ees are eligible to take advantage of
this discount program. You must pres-
ent your GVCC 2013 Discount Card to
receive these discounts.
Everyone in your organization can
benefit from your chamber
membership!
Some examples of Member-to-
Member Discounts include:
English Sewage Disposal, Inc.10%
off pumping (not including labor).
Cannot combine with other offers.
Evolutions For Conscious Living
$25 off acupuncture consultation
Exhibit Systems International, Inc.
10% discount to chamber members
Eye Associates20% discount on
complete pair of glasses
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott-
Millville/Vineland15% off guest
accommodations, 30% off meeting
spaces
Hernando's Hometown Pharmacy
10% off over-the-counter items; 20%
off vitamins
J.C. Ehrlich Co., Inc.10% discount
(Pest control only)
Johnson Design Associates Inc.
Free Consultation
Many more discounts can be found
by visiting our website
www.vinelandchamber.org and after
logging in, visit the members tab
and click on discounts. If you are a
member and interested in offering a
discount to other members, please
call our office at (856) 691-7400 and
well be happy to assist you.
The Real Value of Belonging to the Greater
Vineland Chamber of Commerce
News & Views is the
monthly newsletter of the
Greater Vineland
Chamber of Commerce.
Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce
2115 S. Delsea Drive,
Vineland, New Jersey 08360
856-691-7400 www.vinelandchamber.org
HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF
THE MANY REASONS TO JOIN
THE CHAMBER. Why
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