Sunteți pe pagina 1din 24

Vineland Public

Schools Announce
Principals Lists for
4th Marking Period:
See page 20
Vineland Public Schools recently released the list
of students in grades 3 through 12 who earned
Principals List honors for the fourth and final
marking period of the 2013-2014 school year.
Pediatric ER Offers 24/7 Care
Inspira Medical Center Vineland has expanded
the hours of its pediatric emergency department
to now provide care 24 hours a day, seven days a
week. The medical centers pediatric ER is a sep-
arate emergency department that is dedicated
solely to treating the emergency health care
needs of infants, children and adolescents.
Since the opening of our pediatric ER in
February 2013, we have provided specialty care to
more than 15,000 area children, said Elizabeth
Sheridan, R.N., M.A., chief operating officer of
Inspira Medical Center Vineland and chief nurs-
ing executive. We are pleased to now offer this
high level specialty care to area parents and their
children around-the-clock.
The pediatric ER at Inspira Medical Center
Vineland is a colorful, eight-bed unit designed
specifically for children. It features specialized
equipment and exam rooms, as well as a kid-
friendly waiting area.
Inspira emergency medicine physicians, spe-
cially trained nurses and pediatric hospitalists
from Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for
Children work together to ensure excellent age-
appropriate care. Dedicated emergency depart-
ment beds ensure quicker triaging of sick chil-
dren and decreased wait times.
Additionally, Nemours Kids transport is
available to bring pediatric patients to duPont
Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware,
if needed.
F
ifteen eighth graders made up the second gradu-
ating class of Edgarton Christian Academy. Each
student completed a Pay It Forward project as
part of their graduation requirement, in which they
were required to give back to their community. The
graduates will attend St. Augustine Prep, Our Lady of
Mercy Academy, GCIT, Buena High School, ACIT,
Ocean City High School and St. Josephs High School.
Front row, from left: Zachary Hurban, John Sabella,
John Caselli, Richard Cervini, and Matthew Savela.
Second row: Patrick Manganaro, Gennaro Zappariello,
Michael Pozzobon, and Elyse Wooton.
Third row: Michael Quinlan, Meghan Finley,
John Schossig, Sam DeSimini, Morgan Hagerty and
Anthony Biagi.
VOLUME 7 | ISSUE 25 | JULY 23, 2014
I N S I D E : PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE, WIN $875PG. 14 FREE TIXSEE PG. 19 OUTDOOR CONCERTS
175 S. Main Road & 1234 W. Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 856.690.1234 Se Habla Espaol CapitalBankNJ.com
Our Focus Is You.
Member FDIC
Capital Bank has been awarded
a 5-star rating by Bauer Financial.
BauerFinancial.com
Whats Your Banks Rating? Find Out At BauerFinancial.com
CONNECTI NG YOU TO SOUTH JERSEY. WEEKLY.
The Christian Academy sends its
second class of eighth grade graduates
to area high schools.
E C R W S S
L o c a l
R e s i d e n t i a l C u s t o m e r
Edgarton Graduates 15
C
L
A
S
S
IF
IE
D
S
P
a
g
e
2
3
{
2
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
Downtown Vineland
{ BY GARY HOLLOWAY, EXEC. DIRECTOR, VDID / MAINSTREET VINELAND }
I
Chalk It Up at Festival
Young and old can show off talents in the sidewalk chalk art
contest at the Vineland Food & Wine Festival on August 9.
I
n my column a couple of weeks ago
about the Vineland Food & Wine
Festivalcoming up on Saturday,
August 9 (rain date: Sunday, August 10)
from 4 to 10 p.m. on the 600 block of
Landis AvenueI mentioned very briefly
about a sidewalk chalk art contest for kids
and adults to take place at 2 p.m. Since
that time, the concept for this contest has
really taken off and I want to give you
more details.
The Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest will
take place on the 600 block of Landis
Avenue, along with the rest of the festival.
It will be open to four age groups3
to 5 years, 6 to 12 years, teens, and adults
(18 years and older). We want this to truly
be an event for all age groups and for the
entire family.
You must bring your own chalk to
participate and youll have a five foot
square area in which to draw.
Well have first, second, and third
place ribbons for the winners.
The winners will be announced from
the main stage of the festival at 7 p.m. for
all to hear.
How do you enter the contest? Youll
need to register and you can obtain forms
from the contest chairperson Donata
Dalesandro. You can e-mail her at
donatadale@comcast.net or call her at 609-
364-7108. Shell also be happy to answer any
questions you have about the contest.
And how do you return the completed
forms? You can drop them off at Landis
MarketPlace, during business hours
Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Fridays
from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturdays from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Just be sure to get them in
by Friday, August 1.
***
Just to remind you of what we have in
store at the Vineland Food & Wine
Festival: Well have great food from
Vinelands top restaurantsMexican,
Jamaican, Amish, Italian, American,
seafood, and ice creamas well as wine
tastings from Balic Winery and Southwind
Vineyard. Jazz, blues, and Motown music
will be provided by The Philly George
Project, which returns by popular demand
after appearing at one of our BBQ n Chili
Cook-Offs. This group has performed in
Europe and throughout the eastern
seaboard. Well have additional music
from Double Helix and Hawkins Road.
For the kids, well have face painting, a
climbing wall, and other fun activities.
The major sponsors for the festival are
Susquehanna Bank, Safeway Fresh Foods,
Newfield National Bank, and Marcacci
Meats. The event is also supported in part
by a grant from the New Jersey
Department of State, Division of Travel &
Tourism. This grant is administered by the
Cumberland County Cultural and
Heritage Commission and Tourism
Advisory Council. I
For more information on Main Street
Vineland, call 856-794-8653, visit
www.mainstreetvineland.orgor check
them out on Facebook. You can also e-mail
Gary at gholloway@vinelandcity.org.
b o b n o v i c k . c o m
808 N. Pearl St. Bridgeton
856-451-0095
2014 JEEP COMPASS
4x2, 4 dr., 4 cyl., p/steering, rack/pin, auto., p/brakes, p/assist,
AM/FM stereo, air cond., tilt wheel, p/locks, p/windows, key-
less entry, delay wiper, cruise control, alloy wheels, air bags,
rear defrost, tinted glass. $1,000 rebate, $1,000 Conquest
Lease, $1,000 Crysler Capital, returning lease. Stk# J4009,
VIN# ED511228, $2,000 down plus tax & tags, 75 mos. @
2.99% APR. Selling price $19,323, deferred pmt. $19,200.
$
253
NEW
per
month
2014 JEEP CHEROKEE
4x2, 4 dr., 4 cyl., p/steering, rack/pin, auto/, p/brakes, p/assist,
AM/FM stereo, air cond., tilt wheel, p/locks, p/windows, alarm,
keyless entry, delay wiper, cruise control, alloy wheels, air
bag, rear defrost, tinted glass, $500 bonus cash, $500 rebate,
$1,000 Conquest Lease, $1,000 returning lease. Stk.# J4141,
VIN# EW212538. $2,000 down plus tax & tags, 75 mos. @
2.99% APR, selling price $21,336, deferred pmt. $21,150.
$
282
NEW
per
month
2014 RAM 1500 ST 4x2
2 dr., 8 cyl., p/steering, rack/pin, auto., p/brakes, p/
assist, AM/FM stereo, air cond., tilt wheel, p/locks,
p/windows, alarm, keyless entry, delay wiper, cruise
control, alloy wheels, air bags, tinted glass, $1,500
rebate, $500 Chrysler Capital, Stk.# CR4029, VIN#
EG127048. $2,000 down plus tax & tags, 75 mos.
selling price $25,553, deferred pmt. $25,800.
$
344
NEW
per
month
4x4, 8 cyl., p/steering, rack/pin, auto, p/brakes,
p/assist, AM/FM stereo, air, tilt wheel, p/locks, p/
windows, alarm, keyless, delay wiper, cruise, alloy
wheels, air bags, tinted glass, $1,500 rebate, $500
Chrysler Capital, Stk#CR4037, VIN#EG132216,
$2,000 down plus tax & tags, 75 mos. @ 2.99%
APR, selling price $28,921, deferred pmt. $29,475.
$
393
NEW
per
month
2014 RAM 1500 ST 4x4 JE 2014 ASS COMP EP 2014 JJEEP CHEROKEE 2014 RAM 1500 ST 4x2 22014 RAM 1500 ST 4x4
p/stee cyl., 4 ., dr 4 4x2,
con air , stereo AM/FM
wiper y dela , y entr less
gl tinted defrost, rear
ysle Cr $1,000 , Lease
$2,0 ED511228, VIN#
Selling pr 2.99% APR.
, ., / ac r ing, er
y e k , ws p/windo , ks p/loc wheel, tilt nd., -
, bags air , wheels y allo control, uise cr , r
Conquest $1,000 , rebate $1,000 . lass
J4009, Stk# . lease ning retur Capital, er
@ . mos 75 , tags & tax plus wn do 000
$19,200. erred pmt. ice $19,323, def r
mmonth
p/assist, es ak p/br auto k/pin,
pper
mmonth
cyl., 4 ., dr 4 4x2,
a , stereo AM/FM
d , yy, entr yless e k
defrost, rear bag,
Conques $1,000
EW212538. VIN#
2.99% APR, selling pr
, / ac r ing, p/steer ,
m, alar , ws p/windo , ks p/loc wheel, tilt cond., air
air , wheels y allo control, uise cr , wiper y dela ay
, rebate $500 cash, us bon $500 , glass tinted st,
J4141, Stk.# . lease ning retur $1,000 , Lease st
@ . mos 75 , tags & tax plus wn do $2,000 38.
$21,150. erred pmt. ice $21,336, def ling pr
mmonth
p/assist, es ak p/br auto/, k/pin,
pper
mmonth
c 8 ., dr 2
A assist,
w p/windo
control,
$ , rebate
EG127048.
selling pr
, ., k ac r ing, p/steer cyl.,
, ks p/loc wheel, tilt cond., air , stereo AM/FM
uise cr , wiper y dela , y entr yless e k m, alar , ws
$1,500 , glass tinted , bags air , wheels y allo
VIN# CR4029, Stk.# Capital, ysler Chr $500
. mos 75 , tags & tax plus wn do $2,000 048.
$25,800. erred pmt. ice $25,553, def pr
mmonth
p/ es ak p/br auto k/pin,
pper
mmonth
4x4
p/a
windo
wh
Ch
$2
AP
, , a r ing, p/steer cyl., 8 4,
p/ , ks p/loc wheel, tilt , air , stereo AM/FM assist,
y allo , uise cr , wiper y dela , yless e k m, alar , ws ndo
$500 , rebate $1,500 , glass tinted , bags air , heels
VIN#EG132216, Stk#CR4037, Capital, ysler hr
2.99% @ . mos 75 , tags & tax plus wn do ,000
$29,475. erred pmt. ice $28,921, def PR, selling pr
mmonth
es ak p/br auto k/pin, ac
pper
mmonth
Susquehanna Bank representatives present a $2,500 sustaining sponsorship check to
MainStreet Vinelands Food & Wine Festival. Pictured (l. to r.) are: Gary Holloway, Main
Street Vineland Executive Director; Jeannie OConnor, Susquehanna Bank Senior Vice-
President and Retail Executive; Jason Scythes, Susquehanna Bank Vice-President and
Market Manager; Louise Bertacchi, Main Street Vineland Board Chairperson; and John
OConnor, Susquehanna Bank Regional President.
Saturday
July
26
9
am
-5
pm

MARKET
+ Health/
Wellness
Fundraiser
* All proceeds go to Step of Faith
Worship Center
Books, crafts,
art, food,
clothing, shoes,
jewelry,
rummage &
more!
217 N. East Blvd. Vineland
Raffles, Giveaways, Games & Prizes!
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
3
}
www.dentalcareofvineland.com
FRANK A. PETTISANI, DMD
Family and General Dentist

1500 South Lincoln Ave. Vineland, NJ 856-691-2553


.de www eofvinelan entalcar nd.com
Not your average dentist!
Smell the warm chocolate chip cookies baking, relax
in our comfortable high backed chairs while sipping
your favorite cofee and let our concierge take care
of your check in.
Stylish, soothing dcor.
State-of-the-art technology.
Compassionate, experienced staf.
NEW PATIENT OFFER!!!
FREE EXAM, CONSULTATION, AND
X-RAYS (REGULARLY $188)
Dental Care of Vineland participates with many popular dental
plans. And, we fle claims for you, so there are no cumbersome
forms and you do not have to take money out of your pocket
while you wait for reimbursement.
Faces in the News
I
The Grapevine
907 N. Main Rd., Ste. 205, Vineland, NJ 08360
PHONE: 856-457-7815 FAX: 856-457-7816
EMAIL: letters@grapevinenewspaper.com
WEB: www.grapevinenewspaper.com
The Grapevine is published on Wednesdays by
Grapevine News Corp. Copyright 2014.
All rights reserved.
MIKE EPIFANIO Editor & Publisher
DEBORAH A. EIN Managing Editor
GAIL EPIFANIO Controller
MARIE HALPIN-GALLO Advertising Executive
MICHELE LOW Advertising Executive
JESSICA RAMBO Advertising Coordinator
CHRISTOPHER L. TOLER Graphic Designer
CHUCK SCHASER Graphic Designer
{
STAFF
}
CONNECTI NG YOU TO SOUTH JERSEY. WEEKLY.
Happy Birthday
Happy 9th Birthday, Kate Maillet,
Mommys Princess.
You make me proud every day.
Love, Mom
Duke of Fluke Tournament
A team of local fishermen won the 21st
annual Duke of Fluke tournament spon-
sored by the Sterling Harbor Bait and
Tackle shop of Wildwood, NJ on July 12.
Some 116 boats and 39 kayaks entered
the tournament this year.
From left: Todd Ippolito, Vineland; Doug
Comparri, Rosenhayn; John Syderski,
Pittsgrove Township; Joe Musso (Captain),
Rosenhayn; Shawn Andrews, Dorchester.
Master Gardeners Host Educational Meetings
Rutgers Master Gardeners of
Cumberland County toured Rutgers
Agricultural Research and Extension
Center on July 15. The tour started with
an introduction by Dr. Dan Ward,
Director, who spoke specifically on the
effects of the May 22nd hail damage. Dr.
Wesley Kline, Agricultural Agent,
Cumberland County, led the tour of the
farm with hands-on demonstrations given
on The Stake and Weave Training System
for Tomatoes in the Home Garden.
A Vegetable Twilight Meeting and
Research Tour will be held on Thursday, August 21, at Rutgers Agricultural
Research & Extension Center, located at 121 Northville Rd. in Bridgeton. The meet-
ing begins at 5:30 in the parking lot and is free and open to the public. Research
plots will be toured and presentations will be delivered by the investigators on a
variety of educational studies. Pesticide recertification credits have been requested.
Agriculture Agent Wes Kline advises participants on eliminating nutsedge.
{
4
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
One Day & One Day Only
July 25
8 a . m . 8 p . m .
A
D
D
E
D
B
O
N
U
S
Available At All Three Locations
Newest
State-of-
the-Art
Equipment
Millville
1601 N. High Street
Millville, NJ
856-765-5196
Vineland
301 S. Main Road
Vineland, NJ
856-839-0065
Hopewell
597 Shiloh Pike
Bridgeton, NJ
856-391-5900
Sign Up for Only
$
10 Down
(regular monthly rates still apply)
Open
24/7
365
Days/Year
LAST CHANCE
To Get Discounted Pre-Sale
(Up to 15%OFF)
to the NEWT.E.S.T.
Crosstraining expansion
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
5
}
Two To Be Honored at Italian
Cultural Foundations Ball
The Italian Cultural Foundation of
South Jersey has announced that Anthony
R. Fanucci and Michael L. Testa, Esq.,
both of Vineland, will receive the Spirit of
Achievement Award at the 27th Annual
Gala Ball, honoring their cultural pride,
community involvement and professional
achievements. The ceremony will take
place on October 24, 2014 at the
Greenview Inn, at Eastlyn Golf Course in
Vineland. The Italian Cultural Foundation
is a non-profit organization whose mis-
sion is to educate the community on the
history and culture of Italy and the impor-
tant role Italian-Americans have played in
the development of the United States.
Anthony Fanucci is City Council
President for the City of Vineland, owner
of the AR Fanucci Insurance Agency, LLC,
and AR Fanucci Real Estate, Inc., in
Vineland and a two-term Vineland Board
of Education member. He volunteers for
the Special Olympics, acts as a special
needs advocate, and was recently honored
with the Steven L. LaRosa Award for
Leadership and Culture at St. Augustine
Preparatory in Vineland.
Michael L. Testa, Esq., is a Vineland
native and certified Civil and Criminal
Trial Attorney, serving as senior partner of
his firm; Testa, Heck, Scrocca, and Testa.
He was selected for the Professional
Lawyer of the Year Award from the New
Jersey Commission on Professionalism in
the Law in 2005 and for a Trial Bar Award
for Distinguished Service in the Cause of
Justice in 2007. Testa has served as
President of the Board of Trustees of the
Landis Theater Foundation, on the
Advisory Board of Sun National Bank, as
Chairman of the Board of Directors of
Rehabilitation Hospital of South Jersey.
The Italian Cultural Foundation of
South Jersey is a not-for-profit organiza-
tion formed in 2008 to conduct charitable
and educational activities within the
meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the
Internal Revenue Code, and specifically to
provide education regarding the history
and culture of Italy and the role of Italian-
Americans in the development of the
United States. The organization conducts
educational presentations, provides Italian
language classes and hosts cultural events.
For more information visit www.icfsj.org
or call 856-213-6354.
Youth Corps of Vineland
Announces Open Enrollment
The New Jersey Youth Corps of
Vineland announces an open enrollment
period for the July start of the 2014-15
program year. The Corps has completed its
30th year of service to out of school youth
from the Cumberland, Atlantic and
Gloucester County communities.
Applicants must be ages 16 to 24 and
signed out of regular high school. The pro-
gram provides academic instruction geared
to a successful completion of the state
GED examination and service work oppor-
tunities in the community. Corps members
receive a weekly training stipend during
their tenure in the program.
The New Jersey Youth Corps of
Vineland is an affiliate of the Vineland
Public Schools. Further information may
be obtained by visiting the Youth Corps
Center located at 1564 E. Oak Road in
Vineland (Oak and Main) or calling Sherry
Wilkins, Intake Specialist, at 856-794-6943,
extension 3882.
College GED Program
Graduates and Sign-up Info
Graduates of the Cumberland County
College Adult Basic Education program
were recognized recently during a ceremo-
ny to mark their achievements.
Graduates from Vineland include:
Jeffrye Arroyo Jr., Liza Cannon, Joanne
Centeno, Russell Corathers Jr., Bree Ann
Cruz, Jayke Echevarria, Mary Egbeh,
Marisol Guadarrama, Nicholas Hartman,
Natasha Hernandez, Elliot Jamison Jr.,
Allerique McFarland, Jamie Monroe, Aida
Montalvo, Temika Pierce, Glyndali Rosario,
Idaliz Santiago, Cecil Seymour, Jorge
Torres and Matthew Wright.
Graduates from Millville include:
Kimberley Ballurio, Wesley Bowleg Jr.,
James Brown Jr., Devon Downing,
Jonathan Gray, Sabrina Lobel, Collin
Moore, Kim Popolo and Raina Torres.
Graduates from Bridgeton include:
Christopher Dickerson, Jordan Gonzalez,
{
6
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
News in Brief
I
Fanucci Testa
Tameka Hannah, Trinidad Ibarguen,
Nadine McKenzie-Simpson, Andrew
Thomas Jr. and Rupert Williams.
Other graduates include: Stephen
Czekalski, Ashley Garrison, Timothy
Keenan and Jack Sawyer of Pittsgrove,
Quatiesha Ives and Kimberlie Millier of
Newfield, Tiffany Ricketts of Dorothy, and
Ervin Woods of Newtonville.
During the ceremony, Kimberley
Ballurio, Russell Corathers Jr., Bree Ann
Cruz, and Jack Sawyer were awarded two-
year tuition scholarships to attend
Cumberland County College for achieving
the highest scores on their GED tests.
High school diploma equivalency class-
es at Cumberland County College are
offered during the summer months.
Classes take place 9 a.m.-noon, or 1-4 p.m.
Monday and Wednesday, or Wednesday
and Thursday. Limited evening classes are
also held at the Vineland Public Library,
4:30-6:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday. Students
must attend a minimum of six hours per
week, for ten weeks. A new location has
been added to the program, and classes are
now offered at the Port Norris Middle
School on Monday and Wednesday from 9
a.m. until noon. Cumberland County
College will become a testing site in the
near future. For complete program details,
contact Patti Gilmore at 856-691-8600 ext.
1378, or email: pgilmore@cccnj.edu
School Uniform Vendor Fair
Set for July 30
Vineland Public Schools is staging a
Vendors Fair for parents interested in pur-
chasing required student school uniforms on
Wednesday, July 30, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and then again from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the
Vineland High School North gymnasium.
The district has contacted the following
vendors and most have indicated they will
participate in the fair: Forman Mills,
Enterprise Uniforms II, Walmart, Old Navy,
Target, Kohls, K-Mart, Boscovs, JCPenney,
Burlington Coat Factory and Sears.
Some stores will not be able to sell uni-
forms at the event, but will have clothing
samples available so parents can select
proper sizes and styles. Some stores will be
offering discount coupons.
Both Vineland High School stores will
participate with uniformitems for purchase.
Proceeds from those sales will be used for
Project Graduation, the free all-night drug
and alcohol-free party for seniors to cele-
brate their high school graduation.
Anniversary Addition for
Horizon Foundation
The Horizon Foundation for New
Jersey is celebrating 10 years of supporting
community organizations throughout the
state by awarding one of its long-time
grantees a special anniversary present: An
extra $10,000 for general operating sup-
port. The gift recipient, the Wheaton Arts
and Cultural Center, had just received sep-
arate Foundation approval of a $10,000
award for its Glasstown Collective
Education Program. Since this marked The
Foundations 1000th grant, the center net-
ted the bonus $10,000 gift. Representatives
from The Foundation the charitable arm
of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New
Jerseypresented ceremonial grant checks
today to the Wheaton Arts and Cultural
Center.
The grant for the Glasstown Collective
Education Program will support childrens
programs developed to provide interactive
arts education. The program addresses
critical social and developmental goals, as
well as creative goals that align with New
Jerseys Core Content Curriculum
Standards and educational criteria.
The Horizon Foundation for New
Jersey is celebrating 10 years of serving
New Jerseys communities. The
Foundation promotes health, well-being,
and quality of life across our state by sup-
porting charitable organizations. For more
information about the Foundation, visit
www.horizonblue.com/foundation
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Receives Gold Standard Award
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland
& Salem Counties has received the 2013
Gold Standard Award. Only 13 out of 334
agencies were chosen. In order for an
agency to receive this prestigious award,
they must meet or exceed the following
criteria: Growth in end active matches,
Community Based 12 month retention rate
of 64 percent or higher, Site Based 12
month retention rate of 41 percent or
higher and a minimum of 150 children
served and $150,000 in revenue. Big
Brothers Big Sisters has exceeded each of
these categories and the award is based on
the agency's 2013 results.
Because of this accomplishment, Big
Brothers Big Sisters was recognized at the
2014 National Conference in Chicago.
President and C.E.O of Big Brothers Big
Sisters, Donna Bennett accepted the
award along with Board Chairman
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
7
}
Lincoln & Landis Ave ShopRite Shopping Center
3600 E. Landis Ave. & Lincoln Ave. Vineland
856-696-5555
1st Annual Fall
FESTIVAL
Friday, August 22
nd
47 p.m.
Rain or Shine
2 0 1 4
F
R
E
E
Beer
Sampling
Vote For Your Favorite!
F
R
E
E
Live
Music
No fee to enter
Prizes awarded
Open to all
makes, models,
and years
F
R
E
ECar
Show
On-Site
Food Vendors
featuring Ginas
Ristorante

1st Annual Fall
EE FF
nual Fall
E TII TT SS
all
I AAL A VVA VA I L
r F
F
RR
S
E
E
F
R
E
R
E
E
ugu ugu
FE F
, A , A y iday y, A y, A
ain R
er
E
t 22 t 22
E TTI T S
us us 44
n n or Shin
F
4 7 p.m. 4 7 p.m.
VVAL A VVA I

F
R
F
R
E
R
E
E
E
EC
L
r
w

F
R
S
R
our or YYour F e F t o VVo our or YYour F e F t o VVo
F
R
F
R
E
R
E
E
E
E
ng
e it vor aavor r F
v
e! it vor aavor r F
e
E
v
iic
F
o e ee t o ffee t N
wa izes aawar Pr
Open t
F
er ent
ded ar
o all t
w
On-S
e ood VVendor F
ing eatur ffeatur
a or t Ris

iic
e it
s ndor
s Gina
e ant

p
mo
nd y
odels,
s year
Li innc L coln & Landis A Li ol n ln c n ol La andis A & n L L & L La
3600 E. 600 E. 00 E. 3 0 6 E. 0 La E andis A n LLa L n . 3
888
nd di is n s d v i ve ShopRite Shopping Center v ShopRite Shopping Center ve ShopRite Shopping Center hopRite Shopping Center opRite Shopping Center S p h p o h p p AAA d A AAve ShopRite Shopping Center Ave ShopRite Shopping Center Ave ShopRite Shopping Center
ddiis s d v i ve. vvve Li in & n L & L Li . ve AAA d A Ave Ave Ave
5566- -6 5 69 6 96 - 6- 6 - 9 56-696- 6-
RRite Shopping Center ite Shopping Center te Shopping Center Ri Shopping Center t hopping Center e opping Center S pping Center h ping Center o ing Center p ng Center pping Center g ping Center C n h pping Center
nc cool n ln c n o v l ve. v . v Vineland ve inneland V e Vineland V n ve AAAAAve Ave Ave
-555 55 - 55 5 5 5 5555 5
Ce enter nter C ter e er n r t C e
lla and e nd l eland d a d n
Continued on next page
{
8
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
Michael Testa Jr. The agency is proud to
announce that this is the second year that
they have had the honor of receiving this
award. In 2008, the agency received the
award for their 2007 success and is hon-
ored that they were able to do it again in
2014. Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Cumberland & Salem Counties would like
to thank all of the Board of Trustees, staff
and supporters who have helped in mak-
ing this possible.
Come learn how mentoring has an
impact on the entire community and how
easy it is to get involved with Big Brothers
Big Sisters at the agency's next informa-
tion session at 1944 E. Landis Ave. in
Vineland on Wednesday, August 6.
Lunch is provided, courtesy of Larrys II
Restaurant in Vineland. The session is
designed to educate the community about
the work that is done at Big Brothers Big
Sisters.
Anyone interested in attending must
RSVP to Cherell Eutzy by calling 856-692
0916. For more information on Big
Brothers Big Sisters programs, visit
www.southjerseybigs.org.
Vineland Initiates Radon
Awareness Program
Vineland Health Officer Robert
Dickinson has announced that Vineland
will cooperate with the New Jersey
Department of Environmental Protection
(DEP) Radon Section in a special radon
awareness program to promote testing for
radon in homes.
In its Radon Awareness Program
(RAP), the DEP Radon Section provides
outreach assistance to promote radon
testing in homes.
For communities participating in the
RAP, the DEP Radon Section provides the
city health department with radon infor-
mational materials including brochures,
videotapes, posters, and give-aways, to
support local outreach initiatives.
Dickinson described outreach efforts
to be undertaken in Vineland. These
include plans to attend four Health Fairs
and four Awareness Education Events
where informational brochures on Radon
Awareness and coupons would be distrib-
uted to adult homeowners residing within
the municipality. Arrangements will be
made to redeem coupons and obtain
radon kits at the Vineland Health
Department, 640 E. Wood Street,
Vineland NJ.
Due to the limited number of free test
kits, availability is on a first-come, first-
served basis. Additionally, the department
plans to establish Radon Awareness
Promotion through social media channels
such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
wherein coupons will be made available
electronically as well as information on
how to redeem them for Radon Kits at
Vineland Health Department.
Radon is a radioactive gas that occurs
naturally when uranium breaks down in
the soil and in rock formations. Small
amounts of uranium are found in nearly
all soils and rocks. Radon gas moves up
through the soil and finds its way into
homes through cracks in the foundation
and openings around sump pumps, pipes
and drains.
High radon levels are associated with a
greater risk of lung cancer. Radon is the
leading cause of lung cancer for non-
smokers. Overall, radon is the second
leading cause of lung cancer resulting in
approximately 21,000 deaths in the
United States per year. It is recommended
that homes be mitigated if they have
radon concentrations of 4 pCi/L or more.
There is no truly safe level of radon
since lung cancer can result from very
low exposures to radon; however, the risk
decreases as the radon concentration
decreases. If your test result is less than
4.0 pCi/L, you may want to discuss with
mitigation companies whether the radon
level can be brought down still further. In
about half of the homes that have been
mitigated in New Jersey, radon levels
have been brought to less than 1 pCi/L.
Homeowners who tested in the past
and found low levels of radon may wish
to retest to determine if radon concentra-
tions may have changed, due to changes
in air flow within the house from new
additions or other renovations, or due to
new construction nearby that may have
caused changes in the local geology.
In addition to test kits provided by
Vineland Health Department, the DEP's
Radon Section at (800) 648-0394 or
www.njradon.org can provide a list of
state-certified companies that provide
testing services or do-it-yourself test kits,
as well as companies that provide radon
remediation services.
For more information on radon,
contact Emma Lopez at 856-794-4000
ext. 4709. I
Continued from previous page
Do you or someone you know have any unused,
unwanted, or expired medications at home?
Drop them off at:
Vineland Police Department
111 N. 6
th
Street
Vineland, NJ 08360
To get more information and become involved in your
community, call the Vineland Municipal Alliance at
856-794-4131.
Help prevent prescription drug abuse!
D
u
Do e m o s r o u o y
e r o , d e t n a w n u
D
w o n k u o y e n o e
a c i d e m d e r i p x e
a f fff o m e h t p o r D
s u n u y n a e v a h
e m o h t a s n o i t ?
: t a
, d e
T
D
n a l e n i V
1 1
n i V
f i t
a f fff o m e h t p o r D
a p e D e c i l o P d
6 . N 1 1
th
e e r t S
3 8 0 J N , d n a l e n
b d i t
: t a
t n e m t r a
t e
0 6 3
i d l i e g o T
m o c
m r o ffo n i e r o m t e
h t l l a c , y t i n u m m
t n e v e r p p l e H
o c e b d n a n o i t a m
u M d n a l e n i V e h
856-794-4131.
n o i t p i r c s e r p t
e m o n i d e v l o v n i
n a i l l A l a p i c i n u
.
! e s u b a g u r d n
r u o y n
t a e c n
Who knew
Grandma kept a stash!
70% of all people who abused prescription pain
relievers got them from friends or relatives
Talk to your kids about prescription drug abuse.
Learn how at www.drugfreenj.org
Partnership for a
Drug-Free New Jersey
in Cooperation with the Governors Council
on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and the NJ
Dept. of Human Services
DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
NEW JERSEY DIVISION
:: :~...t.
~ .~ .. .a:~
:.a ~la..
Health Department
News in Brief
I
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
9
}
F
lipping through the pages of the
latest Vineland Historical
Magazine, a reader might be
struck by how the publication has
touched upon most of the decades that
comprise Vinelands existence. Thats cer-
tainly not an easy accomplishment, consid-
ering the wide panorama of 153 years the
current magazines editor and contributors
faced in upholding a legacy.
Begun in 1916, the Vineland Historical
Magazine has spent nearly 100 years
informing Vinelanders of their history.
And the current issue offers a wide array
of articles and historical accounts, includ-
ing pieces on the first women jury in
Vineland, the New Italy school and an
account of a Vinelander who was a sur-
vivor of the Titantic.
Given this is our anniversary year, one
of the things I wanted this magazine to
reflect was an overview of Vineland from
its earliest days on up, and one thing I was
especially excited about was the Letters
from Home, said Patricia Martinelli,
newly appointed editor of the magazine
and veteran curator of the Vineland
Historical and Antiquarian Society
(VHAS). which produces the publication.
The letters, from 1865 to 1879, form a
sketch of both the town and its residents
during its first two decades.
Those, to me, brought forward daily
life in Vineland at a time most people dont
think about all that much, Martinelli
explained. One of the reasons I went
ahead and published the entire package we
have is that I dont think people today
appreciate how significant letter writing
was in those days.
Martinelli cites Judge Herbert C.
Bartletts article Vineland in 1935 as
another favorite. The piece is from a type-
written account in the VHAS Research
Library in which the author compares
1869 Vineland with its 1930s older version.
The change has been gradual and the old
buildings, once so familiar have been
remodeled, removed or torn down, and
their very existence forgotten, Bartlett
laments.
That gives us that whole 20th century
view, Martinelli said, looking back at the
days of settlement, so you get a whole dif-
ferent slant, kind of the way we look back
at the World War II days and were sort of
amazed at what went on. Bartlett shares
that same attitude in how the town has
changed and he gives some good informa-
tion, too.
Martinelli revealed that VHAS presi-
dent Dane Barse, who had been the maga-
zines editor in the previous decade, will
probably be resuming the role with the
next issue. She also said she would like to
see, after the sesquicentennial edition,
some non-local stories in each issue in the
tradition of the early years of the maga-
zine. But she doesnt feel the lack of non-
Vineland articles is what distinguishes the
current magazine from its earlier volumes.
The biggest difference I see is in the
earliest days, they primarily reprinted a lot
of first-person materialsMr. Landis jour-
nals, vital records, biographical remi-
nisces, she explained.I think we still do
that to some degree, but I think were try-
ing to generate some more current arti-
cles. She points to her piece in the recent
issue, Victoria, N.J.; Uncovering Evidence
of a Lost Pine Barrens Town as an exam-
ple of the new research contained in the
pages of the magazine.
So what, then, brought about the
change that defines the magazine today? I
dont know if I can cite a specific turning
point, Martinelli said. I just think the
current board has become better attuned
to the goals of the society as they should
be, which is sharing the collections
through the magazine. Its not just work-
ing with the materials we have, but really
looking at them, studying them and inter-
preting them so people have a better
understanding of whats here.
Barses message in the current issue of
the Vineland Historical Magazine reiter-
ates the societys overall mission in pre-
serving and expressing the history of the
larger Vineland community. Martinelli
states it a different way. Our mantra, she
said, which we practice on a daily basis
around here, is that were trying to make
people see us as not just the place where
we house Vinelands origins, but that were
part of the community in that were saving
all this history from early days to present
day for future generations. I
Vintage Vineland { BY VINCE FARINACCIO }
Relevance of
History
The historical magazine includes letterwriting,
comparisons of different eras, and more.
I
{
1
0
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
C&H DISPOSAL SERVICE INC.
FOR ALL YOUR WASTE SOLUTIONS COMPLETE RECYCLING SERVICES SAME DAY SERVICE
WEEKLY FRONT LOADER
Trash Service 2-8 Cubic Yard Containers
ROLL OFF CONTAINER SERVICE
10-40 Yards Container
Residential & Commercial
SEPTIC SYSTEM CLEANING
Pump Station Installation & Repair
Septic Evaluation For Real Estate
Transactions
COMPLETE DEMOLITION &
BACKHOE SERVICE
Old Structure Tear Downs &
Concrete Removal
Basements Dug Land Grading
Portable Toilet Service For
All Occasions
856-358-3457 | www.chdisposalservice.com | Elmer, NJ
CHECK OUT
OUR PRICES!
Yard & Basement Cleanup We Can Help!
Mention This Ad
For A Discount!
COUPONCOUPONCOUPON

Muzzarelli Farm Market Events Two Weekends in a Row


Its been a busy July for Muzzarelli Farm Market. Its already prime season
for many of the fruits and vegetables sold at the produce stand, but for the
past two weekends, special events have attracted even more customers to the
busy market on East Oak Road in Vineland.
On Sunday, July 13, Muzzarelli Farm Market held its annual customer appre-
ciation event, Grillin on the Farm. The event featured grilling demonstra-
tions, where more than a hundred customers got advice and recipes for
grilling produce, and a special pig roast in honor of their 30th anniversary.
The following weekend featured a Super Smoothie Workshop presented by
Kathy Dickson from Vitalbody Wellness on Saturday, July 19. Dickson captivat-
ed the audience of about 50 people with her demonstration of what makes a
smoothie a SUPER smoothie, using raw green veggies in addition to fruit.
These events were just two of the events held throughout the season at
Muzzarelli Farm Market (3460 Oak Rd., Vineland, 856-691-2497). If you missed
them, you can still get grilling advice any time you stop by the produce stand
and more information about super smoothies and holistic health and nutrition
by calling Dickson at 609-420-4442.
LEFT: Rita Muzzarelli serves her customers Mango Pizza made on the grill on July 13.
RIGHT: Kathy Dickson from Vitalbody Wellness demonstrates making Super Smoothies.
Contact us for a
FREE ESTIMATE
on your building project
Armada
Buildings
Specializing in
All Types of Pole Buildings
NJ License #13VH05901400
Horse Barns Riding Arenas
Equipment Storage Buildings
Garages Pavilions
Residential, Commercial &
Agricultural Buildings
226 Boulder Hill Rd., Mohnton PA 19540
(877) 682-8453
Fax (717) 445-0189
www.armadabuildings.com
Scholarships and payment plan are available.
Visit your local One Stop in Pleasantville, Wildwood
or Hammonton to see if you qualify for funding
to help pay for tuition and fees.
Worthington Atlantic City Campus
1535 Bacharach Blvd., Atlantic City, NJ
Culinary Training Program Begins
September 15
Monday Friday, 9 a.m. 2 p.m.
Baking and Pastry Training Program Begins
September 22
Monday Friday, 9 a.m. 2 p.m.
Register today!
Call 609-343-5624 or 343-4944
or visit atlantic.edu/ce
Scholarships and payment plan are available.
Visit your local One Stop in Pleasantville, Wildwood
or Hammonton to see if you qualify for funding
to help pay for tuition and fees.
Worthington Atlantic City Campus
1535 Bacharach Blvd., Atlantic City, NJ
Fundraiser Helps North Italy Club
When Pearl Giordano thinks of all the fundraising events she has attended at
the North Italy Club hall over the years, the list literally goes on and on. Because
she has witnessed the clubs members in action, volunteering to help so many
good causes, Giordano thought it was time to give back to the social club.
The North Italy
Club recently
underwent a reno-
vation of its ban-
quet hall (new
paint, flooring,
ceiling tiles and
windows), but the
renovation funds
ran dry before new
tables and chairs
could be pur-
chased. Thats
when Giordano,
owner of Limpert
Brothers, stepped up to assist the club in their time of need. She organized a
fundraiser that was held this past Saturday, July 19, at the club (414 Virano Lane
in Vineland). Giordano teamed up with Jimmy Sauro, a tireless volunteer forand
member ofthe North Italy Club, to kick off the pledge drive on the air on 92.1
FM and dedicated the drive to the memory of Tommy Wallace and all the depart-
ed members. Jimmy Sauro and Chris Randazzo were also on site Saturday to
help raise funds to purchase the new chairs. The North Italy Club has been serv-
ing our community for 107 years and this is the first time since 1953 that the hall
has been remodeled. The Chair Drive is an ongoing fundraiser until they reach
their goal of $6,000. If they exceed their goal (and they hope they do), the
remaining money will be used to purchase new tables. To pledge you can contact
Pearl Giordano (Limpert Brothers) at 856-691-1353 or Jimmy Sauro (AR Sauro
Plumbing and Heating) at 856-692-4977 or North Italy Club at 856-692-9862.
ABOVE: Pearl Giordano of Limpert Brothers donates $2,400 dollars to Dennis Blough of
the North Italy Club to offset the cost of new chairs to complete the clubs renovation.
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
1
1
}
The specialized services you need are right here in Hammonton
at AMI/AtlantiCare in the AtlantiCare Health Park. Our outpatient
center offers a full range of advanced imaging technologies to
guide your referring doctor in making an accurate diagnosis.
When you come to AMI/AtlantiCare, youll be in the good
hands ol our board-cerliled radiologisls and our lriendly slall.
And youll have your choice of our convenient daytime, evening
or Saturday hours with the option of same-day appointments
in certain cases.
Visit our website or call us at 609-878-XRAY (9729)
to learn more.
219 North White Horse Pike, Hammonton Health Park
609-878-XRAY (9729) vvv.amiaIIanIicare.com
You dont have to travel far
for quality medicaI imaging.
Need An X-Ray, CT, or MRI?
Meet Our Medical Director
Amerigo faIciani, DO
Long-time Hammonton resident
Dr. Amerigo lalciani is a board-cerliled,
fellowship-trained radiologist. He
specializes in general radiology, body
imaging and interventional radiology.
Guest Column
{ BY SAMIR PATEL, MD, FACS, BARIATRIC SURGEON, ATLANTICARE }
I
Lose the Weight.
Change Your Life.
T
he Center for Surgical Weight Loss
& Wellness at AtlantiCare Regional
Medical Center (ARMC) offers free
monthly seminars about weight
loss surgery, including laparoscopic gastric
bypass, laparoscopic adjustable gastric band-
ing and laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy at
the Hammonton Campus. ARMC also offers
free support groups for those who have had
weight loss surgery.
Ask yourself:
Is your BMI 40 or higher?
Is your BMI greater than 35 and you have
a medical problem associated with weight,
such as diabetes, hypertension, sleep apnea, or
elevated cholesterol and triglycerides?
Have you ever wondered if bariatric
(weight-loss) surgery might help you achieve
the healthier, more active life youve always
dreamed of?
Are you frustrated and discouraged after
years of trying to lose weight through dieting,
exercise and/or medication?
Are you tired of living your life on the
sidelines?
If you answered yes to any of these
questions, The Center for Surgical Weight
Loss & Wellness at ARMC may have the solu-
tion youve been seeking. Since our center
was established in 2002, we have helped
thousands of people achieve a healthier
weight, improve their well-being and self-
esteem, and enjoy a new outlook on life.
Gastric bypass surgery divides the stomach
into a small upper portion from the larger
lower portion so that only the small upper
portion, which is reduced to be about the size
of a medium-sized egg, receives the food. This
promotes a significant decrease in food intake
and creates a longer feeling of fullness after
meals. The operation also bypasses a portion
of the small intestines to reduce the calories
the body absorbs and produces a feeling of
satisfaction from eating a small amount.
The laparoscopic adjustable gastric band-
ing procedure, or Lap Band, is the place-
ment of a silicone band around the upper por-
tion of the stomach. This restricts the amount
of food the patient can consume and creates a
longer feeling of fullness after meals. This
procedure does not involve cutting or stapling
of the stomach, and is currently the only
adjustable and reversible surgical weight loss
option. Benefits of the laparoscopic method
generally include reduced recovery time and
reduced post-surgical pain.
The laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy is a
procedure in which stomach volume is
reduced by stapling and dividing it vertically.
The left side of the stomach (more than 85
percent of the stomach) is surgically removed.
This results in a slim, one to five ounce stom-
ach. Weight loss is generated through gastric
restriction. Hunger is reduced because a
smaller stomach produces less of the hormone
ghrelin, an appetite stimulating hormone.
Why AtlantiCare?
Our Center for Surgical Weight Loss &
Wellness is the most comprehensive program
of its kind in southeastern New Jerseypro-
viding the education, support and guidance
and you need to succeed before, during and
after weight-loss surgery.
When you choose AtlantiCare, you have
the convenience of selecting the surgeon and
surgical procedure that are best for you.
Our surgical teamhas a long-termrecord of
success in performing the bariatric procedures
considered most effective in treating morbid
obesity by the National Institutes of Health.
Interested in finding out if bariatric surgery
is an option for you or want more information?
Call 1-888-569-1000, visit www.atlanticare.org
and view our weight loss webinars at
www.atlanticare.org/bariatricseminars. I
Dr. Patel is a staff physician at the Center for
Surgical Weight Loss & Wellness at ARMC. Born
and raised in NewYork City, he is a graduate of
Cornell University with a degree in biochemistry.
He graduated with honors fromthe Albert
Einstein College of Medicine. After completing a
general surgery residency at State University of
NewYork at Brooklyn, Dr. Patel pursued fellow-
ship training in advanced laparoscopy and
bariatric surgery at Staten Island University
Hospital under the tutelage of George Ferzli,
MD, a world-renowned laparoscopic surgeon. He
is a member of the Society of the American
Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, the
American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric
Surgery, the Society of Laparoendoscopic
Surgeons, the American College of Surgeons, and
the American Medical Association.
Improve your life with help from the The Center for
Surgical Weight Loss & Wellness at AtlantiCare
Regional Medical Center.
{
1
2
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
Tales of Two Veterans at CompleteCare
When Alex Armstrong joined the National
Guard in 2006, he knew that he was going to
see combat and welcomed the opportunity to
fight for his country. After an honorable serv-
ice career that included a tour in Afghanistan
where he led a platoon that was responsible
for clearing supply routes, Alex returned to
the U.S. where he found himself less con-
cerned with IEDs and more with finding ade-
quate healthcare for himself and his wife.
I was living in Mississippi when I returned
from overseas and accessed the VA for care,
said Mr. Armstrong. They are great people
trying their best, but they just arent able to
meet the growing demand and because of
that it takes a while to be seen and they dont
have a lot of time to spend with each patient.
Four months later, when a job opportunity
relocated him to South Jersey, his healthcare
options became even more unsteady. Now he
would be farther from a military base and he
was concerned about the limited number of
providers in the area that accepted TriCare, the
militarys healthcare program for Uniformed
Service members, retirees and their families.
I found CompleteCare through the
TriCare website. They got me in right away
and took the time with me to make sure that
I was able to continue my care from
Mississippi and get the help I need moving
forward, said Mr. Armstrong.
CompleteCare Health Network is one of a handful of network providers in
Gloucester, Cumberland and Cape May counties that accept TriCare. While their
commitment to providing accessible, affordable care to all is their mission as a
Federally Qualified Health Center, meeting the needs of the nearly 40,000
veterans in the area has become a special focus for the organization.
As a veteran myself, serving this population is important to me, said Curtis
Edwards, president of CompleteCare Health Network and former member of the
U.S. Navy. While we are here for anyone in the community, we are working with
area legislators, community agencies and speaking with our current patients who
are veterans to see what we can do to better serve their needs.
CompleteCare has a history of providing treatment for veterans, particularly
those who are low-income or homeless. In 2013, they served more than 400 con-
firmed veterans, and estimate that the actual number they serve is substantially
higher. While their acceptance of TriCare is often what initially attracts patients,
quality of care and accessibility are what keep them in the practice.
I started seeing Dr. Alberici at the Glassboro CompleteCare office in 2013
and have been really happy with everything, said Philecia Ramirez, former
member of the U.S. Air Force, and current resident of Millville. Ramirez was also
directed to CompleteCare by TriCare. The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
notes that although women are only a small percentage of the total veteran pop-
ulation, their numbers will continue to rise over the next several decades. A
quarter of the vets CompleteCare sees are women.
CompleteCare also has four providers on staff who are Veterans themselves
a fact that Alex Armstrong appreciates.
When a doctor is a former military member it does make a difference. It
doesnt necessarily affect the kind of care you receive, but it does help if they
understand where youre coming from a little bit, said Armstrong.
CompleteCare operates 20 health centers and sees over 55,000 patients annu-
ally. In addition to accepting TriCare insurance, they can also help uninsured vets
as well as those with Medicaid and Medicare. CompleteCares services include
primary medical, dental, OB/GYN, counseling services and other specialty care to
people of all ages. For more information visit www.CompleteCareNJ.org.
TOP: Alex Armstrong, National Guardsman and CompleteCare Patient
BOTTOM: Former Intelligence Specialist in the U.S. Navy, Jessica Adamson, Nurse
Practitioner at CompleteCare
OPEN FOR BUSI NESS
Seafood Sundays
1 p.m. 9 p.m.
Oysters on the 1/2 -
$1.25/per
Clams on the 1/2 - 50 / per
Steamed Clams -
55 / per (by the doz)
Steamed Mussels -
$4.99 / lb
Steamed Alaskan snow Crab -
Buy one pound for
$16.99 get one FREE
U-Peel Shrimp (12) - $7.99
Fried Oysters (12) - $13.99
U
P
C
O
M
I
N
G
E
V
E
N
T
S
NEW MENU FOR 2014
Ribs, Wraps, Sandwiches, Salad, Gourmet Flatbreads,
Burgers, Key West Favorites, Draft & Bottled Beer,
Signature Drinks, Crafted Cocktails & Frozen Drinks
4940 E. Landis Ave. East Vineland 856-691-8051
w w w . S a v o y I n n . c o m
HOURS: TueFri: 4 p.m.
SatSun: 1 p.m.
MUSI C & LI VE
ENTERTAI NMENT
# Tuesday 4 p.m.
50 wings & $2.50
Bud Light Drafts Feat:
DJ Charlie with Trivia
& Karaoke
# Wednesday 4 p.m.
Key West Wednesday
Specials on Key West
Food & Drinks
# Thursday 4 p.m.
Sushi Night With
Chef Yoshi
# Friday & Saturday
Live Entertainment
7 p.m.
# Sunday
Seafood Fest with
Clams, Oysters, Snow
Crab & Shrimp
New Class Sessions Starting Now!
Rally Thursday, July 24th
Agility Monday, Tuesday &Thursday July 28th, 29th & 31st
Obedience (Puppy through Advanced)
Tuesday & Wednesday August 5th & 6th
Conformation/ShowHandling & Junior Showmanship
Wednesday, August 6th
CGC & Therapy Dog Evaluations, Lure Chasing, Agility Run-Thrus,
Ring Rentals & Private Lessons also available!
www.PawTracksLLC.com
Thomas Richard Devereaux, 90, of Egg
Harbor Twp., passed away on July 3. He
is survived by his loving wife, Irene.
John Tillio Labo, 98, passed away on
July 4. John was born in Buena and was
a lifelong resident of Landisville. He
retired from the Tri-State Transportation
Company after 40 years of service. He
was always proud of his unblemished
driving career. John was a veteran of
World War II, serving in the Army Air
Force. He was an original member of
the VFW Post 158 in Landisville. He was
a member of Our Lady of Blessed
Sacrament Parish.
Julia Bordoy Arocho, 93, of Vineland,
passed away on July 4. Julia was born
in Utuado, Puerto Rico and moved to
Vineland in 1956. Prior to retirement,
Julia worked at DeRossi and Son Co. for
over 15 years. She enjoyed gardening,
cooking and spending time with family.
Israel Rivera Sr., 83, of Vineland, went
home to be with the Lord on July 6. He
was born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. He
worked at Harrah's Casino for 13 years
before he retired to enjoy his favorite
sport, fishing, and spending time with
his family. He was a hard worker, loved
to laugh and would do whatever he
could to help someone in need.
Josephine Constantino, 95, of Sewell,
formerly of Vineland, passed away on
July 7. She worked for John
Wanamaker's in Philadelphia and
retired in 1981. She was a homemaker
and loved spending time cooking and
caring for her family. She also enjoyed
dancing, bowling and sewing.
Carl J. Iacovelli, 70, of Buena, passed
away on July 7. Before his health failed,
Carl worked as a commercial fisherman.
His life revolved around being on the
water but his family always came first.
Angela Colon, 92, of Vineland, passed
away on July 8. Originally from Utuado,
Puerto Rico, she was a longtime resi-
dent of Vineland. She was previously
employed with Gerione Fire Works Co.
in Vineland and was an active member
of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.
Sallie Zarbo Belmont, 65, of Vineland,
passed away on July 9. Sallie was born
and raised in Vineland. A 1967 graduate
of Vineland High School, she was
employed in business administration in
a variety of companies, most recently as
the office manager at Rodio Tractor in
Hammonton. A lifelong dog lover and
owner, Sallie enjoyed breeding and
showing Rottweilers. In recent years,
Sallie was an active member of Christ
Community Church in Newfield.
Carmella A. Harker, 83, passed away on
July 10. Carmella lived a full and joyous
life. She was part of many organizations
and gave generously to her community.
Carmella enjoyed golf, tennis, cards,
photography, and the beach. She trav-
eled all over the world with friends. She
enjoyed large holiday parties at home.
Karen Elizabeth Kopreski (nee Smith),
58, of Vineland, passed away on July 13.
A 1975 graduate of Vineland Senior
High School, Karen had been employed
over the years by several area glass fac-
tories. She loved her friends, her pets,
caring for her lawn and garden, and day
trips to the beach in the summer.
Florence Ann DeNofio, 72, passed away
on July 13. Florence graduated from
Vineland High School. She was the sec-
retary/receptionist at Ted's Pet Country
Club for over 15 years. Her greatest love
was her family.
Hilde (Moses) Lesser, 90, of Vineland,
passed away on July 13. Hilde was born
in Aldenhoven, Germany. Hilde worked
along with her husband at Lesser
Electric Supply for 27 years. In retire-
ment, she volunteered at the Newcomb
Hospital Gift Shop for 20 years. She
was a member of the Beth Israel
Sisterhood and Hadassah.
American, SAS &Wolverine American, SAS &Wolverine
639 Landis Ave. Vineland
856-691-1180
Ofcial Shoe Store for Public
and Private School Headquarters
Fully stocked with the shoes you will need for
your schools, including:
$
5
OFF
on your purchase
of $30 or more!
with this ad (cannot be
combined with any other offers) exp. 9/20/14
PREMIUM POOL MAINTENANCE
SAVE
$
100
Call for details!
For All Your Pool Needs
Blueberry Crossing 240 Rt. 30 Hammonton, NJ
Chemicals
Water Lab
Equipment
Closings
Service Plans
Equip. Installs
609-704-5802
Includes all pool opening and closing services along with 16 weeks of maintenance;
computer water analysis & adding of chemicals, vacuuming of pool, emptying
skimmer baskets, back-washing filter, weekly inspection of equipment.
(Min. additional charge for spas)
$
1
$
1
ONE DUKE S DOLLAR
Beef Slider
Sandwich
Mon.Tues. only
Exp. July 29, 2014
Not valid on deliveries
Limit 2 coupons per customer
Must present coupon when ordering
D
DUKES PLACE
305 N. Mill Rd. Vineland
856-457-5922
Obituary & Memorial Policy
The Grapevine publishes abbreviated obituaries at no charge. Full-length obit-
uaries are published for an added fee. Contact The Grapevine at (856) 457-
7815 or your funeral director for more information.
Memorial announcements are also published for a nominal fee. Contact The
Grapevine at (856) 457-7815 for pricing and submission guidelines.
Loved One Remembered
Michael Baribeault
July 25, 2013
It has been one year since you left
me. Nothing is the same. I miss
your big smile, sense of humor, and
the twinkle in your eyes.
Love you, Your wife, Ollie
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
1
3
}
{
1
4
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
HOW TO ENTER:
$ PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE $
ACROSS:
4. A number of commit-
tee members hang around
after meeting and com-
ment on the meeting's _
and how distasteful it was.
5. Before loan applica-
tion appointment, young
businessman explains to
girlfriend that bank offi-
cials will be taking his _
into account.
7. Sometimes a new
song on the radio sounds
suspiciously like a _ one.
11. Father advises son
who wants to start hunting
not to pursue wily animals
because they're not easily
_ by hunters.
13. To improve her career,
stand-up comedian rou-
tinely practices her _.
14. Simply because _ is
commonplace in one
region doesn't mean it's
easily recognized in other
parts of the country.
15. You should be careful
how you pick up a _ or
put it down when visiting
other homes.
18. "I don't know why he
seems to be teased a lot,"
new friend of _ man says.
19. Birds are supposed to
take _ when they see a
scarecrow in a field, flap-
ping in the breeze.
DOWN:
1. Woman warns neigh-
bor's child he'll frighten
her bird when he _ on the
bars of the cage.
2. "I hate whenever I
hear the sound made by a
_," says agitated student.
3. "I don't have a very
good opinion of that _,"
says worker, after a curso-
ry conversation with fellow
employee in hallway.
4. Shy.
6. Disliking fox hunting,
spectator hopes fox, which
had a good start, will
escape from the hounds if
it doesn't lose its _.
8. Letting one's hair
down would be frowned
upon by someone consid-
ered to be _.
9. A barge for transport-
ing freight.
10. Having been warned
that distant cousin had _
temper, relative is sur-
prised when he continues
being agreeable during
contentious family dispute.
12. Pop.
15. In adulthood, many of
us reflect back on our
childhoods and admit we
tended to be _.
16. "Rheumatism and _
go hand in hand, don't
you agree?" asks one eld-
erly woman to another.
17. Marshes
THIS LIST INCLUDES, AMONG OTHERS,
THE CORRECT WORDS FOR THIS PUZZLE.
ACT
ART
BOGS
DAD
DUDE
DUPE
FLIGHT
FRIGHT
HASTY
HEAD
LEAD
LEAN
MEAN
NASTY
PAIN
PAST
PERT
PEST
PET
POST
POT
PRIG
PRIM
RAIN
RAPS
RASP
REVISED
REVIVED
SCOW
TAPS
TIMID
TONIC
TOPIC
TRACKED
TRICKED
WASP
WOOD
WORD
PRIZEWEEK 071914
Jackpot increases by $25 each week if
no winning entry is received!
$875
1. Solve the puzzle just as you would in
any crossword puzzle. Choose from each
printed clue the word that best fits the
definition. Write the answers in the blank
space provided in each puzzle until all
spaces have been filled in.
2. There is no limit to the number of times
you may enter, however no facsimiles or
reproductions will be accepted. Only original
newspaper entry forms will be accepted.
3. Anyone is eligible to enter except
employees/directors of South Jersey
Federal Credit Union (SJFCU) and the
Grapevine and their immediate families.
4. A basic prize of $50.00 will be awarded
to the winner(s) of each weekly Prizeweek
Puzzle. In the case of multiple winners, the
prize money will be shared. If no correct
puzzle entries are received, $25.00 will
be added the following week. Winners
agree to permit use of their names and
photos by SJFCU and/or The Grapevine.
5. Entries can be mailed to South Jersey
Federal Credit Union, Attn: Prizeweek
Puzzle, PO Box 5429, Deptford, NJ
08096, or dropped off 24 hours a day, 7
days a week in the vestibule of SJFCU,
106 W. Landis Avenue, Vineland. Mailed
entries must be received by SJFCU no later
than 10 am on the Monday following the
Wednesday publication of the Prizeweek
Puzzle. Entries dropped off at the SJFCU
Vineland branch must be received no
later than 8:30 am on the Monday fol-
lowing the Wednesday publication of the
Prizeweek Puzzle. SJFCU assumes no
responsibility for late or lost entries.
6. South Jersey Federal Credit Union
reserves the right to issue additional
instructions in connection with the
Prizeweek Puzzle. All such instructions
are to become part of the official rules.
Visit www.SouthJerseyFCU.com for list
of additional rules.
This weeks jackpot
Note contest rules at the top of this page.
Readers can deposit their puzzles 24/7
in the drop-slot located in the vestibule of
South Jersey Federal Credit Union,
106 West Landis Ave., Vineland, NJ 08360.
Note: Use a debit card from any financial institution
to gain access to the vestibule drop box after hours.
Entries must be deposited by 8:30 am on Monday.
Or, completed puzzles can mailed to:
South Jersey Federal Credit Union
Prizeweek Puzzle
PO Box 5429
Deptford, NJ 08096-0429
Mailed entries must be received by 10 am on Monday.
SOLUTION TO LAST WEEKS
PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE
The answers to last weeks puzzle
are below. For a detailed explanation
of the answers to last weeks puzzle
and additional rules, visit
www.SouthJerseyFCU.com
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
1
5
}
Residential & Commercial Cleaning
Janitorial
Cleaning Service
Carpet Cleaning
Window Cleaning
Mold & Mildew
Remediation
Air Duct Cleaning
Floor Restoration
If you want it clean, You gotta call the authority in clean...
CSI Cleaning Service, LLC
856-213-5070
www.CSICleaningService.com
To not call us would be a crime!
Certified
and
Insured
M
old
Rem
ediation
Joes Butcher Shop
WE ARE THE SOURCE
A FULL SERVICE BUTCHER SHOP
WE CARRY GROCERIES, FRESH
SALADS AND PRODUCE
STOP IN AND CHECK OUT
Mon.Sat. 8am6pm Sun. 10am2pm
(856) 690-5637
711 GERSHEL ROAD, NORMA
On Landis Ave (Rt 56) Corner of Gershel Rd.
(2 Minutes from Vineland Just off Rt 55)
Propane
Exchange Tanks
Ground Free
Lean
Beef Cubes
$
16
99
$
4
99
Your #1 Neighborhood Butcher Shop
Try Our Very Own
Juicy Bacon
Blue Cheese
Burgers
Packed With Flavor!
Try Our Homemade
Garlic & Cheese or
Tomato & Basil
Sausage
lb.
Baby Back
Spare Ribs
$
3
99
lb.
Largest & Plumpest Breast in Town
Boneless Skinless
Chicken Breast
$
2
69
lb.
USDA Choice
Top Round
London Broil
$
4
99
lb.
Vineland Elks Initiate 42 New Members
The Vineland Elks Lodge #1422
held their largest initiation of mem-
bers recently. All but three new mem-
bers are Vineland Firefighters, full-
time and volunteers. The ceremony
was performed by the South District
Initiation Team. Officiating was Bill
Oakley, Past State President, Past
District Deputy, Past Vice President,
Past Exulted Ruler and currently
Secretary of the Clayton Elks Lodge
#2132, as well as many other officer
positions.
The Vineland Elks are in the finals
stages of renovating the Old Reliance
Fire Station No. 2, located at 16 S.
6th Street. Recruiting firefighters was
an obvious fit for the Lodge. Prior to
this initiation the Lodge had only 42
membersnot enough to establish
and maintain a Lodge or obtain a
Club License. Now the Vineland Elks
can move forward with its necessary
licensure in anticipation of opening its
doors to Elk Members in August.
For information on the Vineland
Elks Lodge #1422, call 609-774-8880.
Millville Seniors
Enjoy Get-Together
What a great time the Millville
Seniors had at the annual Millville
Senior Citizen BBQ hosted by the
Millville Recreation Department
recently at the Elks Lodge of
Millville! Pictured are friends from
the Millville Senior Center. They all
enjoyed a delicious chicken barbe-
cue and cake as well as prizes,
music and lots of laughs. You can
see from the picture that the seniors
had a great time dancing with the
Millville Senior High Students that
helped with the day. Thanks to
everyone for honoring our seniors
on this special day.
Millville Women Install New Officers
The Millville
Woman's Club
recently celebrated
the installation of
officers for the
2014/2015 year.
Pictured are First
Vice President
Barbara Scudder,
President Linda
Green, Third Vice
President Nuha
Hababo, Second
Vice President Kathy
Bennett, Recording Secretary Barbara Westog, Financial Secretary Rina Mintz, Treasurer
Patti Clark-Kears, Nominations Chairperson Sandra Damato, Membership Chairperson
Jane Christy, Trustee Carol Dickson and Corresponding Secretary Pamela McNamee. Not
pictured were Trustee' Diane Ewan and Assistant Membership Chairperson Kathryn
Rockwell.
{
1
6
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
WI L L I AMS
Totally
Tobacco
CIGAR CLUB!
Smoking Room!
CIGAR CLUB!
Smoking Room!
Fine Cigars
PIPES
Roll Your O
w
n
Large Selection of PIPE TOBACCO
137 S. Delsea Dr. Vineland(across fromWendys) 856-692-8034
All Major Credit Cards Accepted Gift Certificates Available
Fr. Ermelindo DiCapua and St. Padre Pio
St. Padre Pio Parish Upcoming Event Calendar
Save The Date
St. Padre Pio Parish Upcoming Event Calendar
Save The Date
Our Lady of Pompeii Church
4680 Dante Avenue Vineland NJ 08361 (856) 691-7526 www.pppnj.org
SATURDAY JULY 26TH
Craft/Vendor/ Flea Market & Chicken BBQ
Craft/Flea Market: 10 am 3 p.m. Rosary Hall
Chicken BBQ 11:30 a.m. 3 p.m. in Church Pavilion
$10.00 per Platter
(Call for Details to Participate as a Crafter/Vendor 856-691-7526)
SUNDAY SEPT 28TH
12th Annual Padre Pio Festival 12 Noon 6 p.m.
Delicious Food Italian Music Farmers Market Family Fun
Mass: 11:00 a.m. Celebrant Bishop Sullivan (English Mass)
2:00 p.m. Father Ermelindo DiCapua, A Capuchin Friar and Friend
who lived with Padre Pio and took care of Padre Pio the Last 3
Years of his Life will be the Celebrant & Homilist (Italian Mass)
OCTOBER 4TH: Blessing of Animals 12:00 Noon Church Grounds
NOVEMBER 7TH: Rat Pack Dinner Show Rosary Hall
Founded in 1976
ASSE International Student Exchange Program is a Public Benet, Non-Prot Organization.
For privacy reasons, photos above are not photos of actual students
I N T E R N A T I O N A L S T U D E N T E X C H A N G E P R O G R A M S
Amy at 1-800-677-2773(Toll Free) host.asse.com or email info@asse.com
Make a lifelong
friend from abroad.
Enrich your family with
another culture. Now you
can host a high school
exchange student (girl or
boy) from France, Germany,
Scandinavia, Spain,
Australia, Japan, Brazil, Italy
or other countries. Single
parents, as well as couples
with or without children,
may host. Contact us ASAP
for more information or to
select your student.
Host an Exchange
Student Today!
(for 3, 5 or 10 months)
Victoria from Australia, 17 yrs.
Enjoys spending time with her
family and younger siblings.
Victoria plays volleyball and is
excited to learn new sports
while in America.
Giorgio from Italy, 16 yrs.
Loves to play baseball and spend
time with his dogs. Giorgio also
plays the guitar, and his dream
is to join a drama club at his
American high school.
Call Sue at (732) 251-1517 or
Open 7 Days AWeek
Mon.Sat. 98 Sun. 97
22 W. Landis Ave. Vineland
856-507-8882
Visit us at our 2nd location: 6531 Crescent Blvd. Pennsauken 856-330-4325
www.besthomefurnitureoutlet.com
Free Layaway Financing Available 6 Months No Interest
Featuring Double Recliners
and a Reclining Chaise Lounge
Choose Grey or Brown in Bonded Leather
Zora
Table w/4 Chairs Solid Wood
Matching Server Available
$
1498
$
2995 NOW
$
799
Everything
in the Store
25
%
OFF
S P E C I A L S O F T H E W E E K
HAPPENINGS
FRIDAY, JULY 25
Free Spa Night. Back to Chiropractic &
Wellness Center, 1419 S. Delsea Dr.,
Vineland. 37 p.m. Free manicures, facial,
massages, paraffin dips, snacks, gifts, and
more. Limited space; reservation required.
Presented by Foundation for Wellness
Professionals. 856-692-2521.
SATURDAY, JULY 26
Craft/Vendor Show. Padre Pio Parish,
4680 Dante Ave., Vineland. Parish grounds
and inside Rosary Hall. 10 a.m.3 p.m.
Flea market and chicken BBQ. 691-7926.
Yard Sale. Vineland Moose, 187 W. Wheat
Rd., Vineland. 8 a.m.2 p.m. Rain or shine.
Held by Women of the Moose. Over 25
families participating. Refreshments sold.
Health/Wellness Fundraiser & Flea
Market. 217 N. East Blvd., Vineland. 9
a.m.5 p.m. Books, crafrts, art, food, cloth-
ing, shoes, jewelry, rummage and more.
Raffles, giveaways, games and prizes. All
proceeds to Step of Faith Worship Center.
SUNDAY, JULY 27
Designer Bag Bingo. Beth Israel
Synagogue, 1015 E. Park Ave., Vineland.
$25. Doors open at 5 p.m.; games start at
6 p.m. Bingo, 50/50, door prizes. Food
and beverages for sale throughout the
games. All proceeds benefit Kerem Torah
Community Hebrew School. 856-899-5719.
Sub Sale. St. Isadores Parish Hall, 1655
Magnolia Rd., Vineland. 124 p.m. Tickets
must be purchased in advance. $10 for
sub platter includes potato salad and soft
drink. Sponsored by Dolphin Swim Team.
All proceeds to Salvation Army. For tick-
ets, contact any Dolphin swimmer or 856-
297-1294.
JULY 28AUGUST 1
Bivalve Summer Day Camp. Bayshore
Center at Bivalve, 2800 High St., Port
Norris. $150 per child. Ages 711. Building
scientific skills, investigating Bivalve's salt
marsh, viewing and touching sea critters
and learning about green practices. The
youth will explore the environment sur-
rounding the Delaware Bay and learn how
they can help the watershed. Games,
crafts, hands-on activities and new friend-
ships formed. ring bag lunch. Scholarships
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
August 48: Arrow Island
Vacation Bible School. First Baptist
Church, Rosemont and Catawba
Aves., Newfield. 6:308:45 p.m.
Free. Activities for children ages 3
through 6th grade include Bible
lesson, games, crafts, snacks, skits
and songs. Plus Bible study each
evening for adults. 856-697-2217
August 48: Port Elizabeth United
Methodist Church, 152 Port
Elizabeth-Cumberland Rd., Port
Elizabeth. 68 p.m. Workshop of
Wonders Vacation Bible School
Imagine and Build with God.
Interactive Bible fun and music,
science, crafts, mission stories,
global games, and dinner. Free.
856-825-4386 or
www.PortElizabethNJUMC.org.
August 1823: Faith Bible Church
will be hosting SonWest
Roundup- A Rip Roarin Good
Time with Jesus. VBS will be held
Monday August 18th through Friday
August 22nd from 6:00 pm to
8:30 pm and Saturday August 23
from 5:00 to 8:30pm. All kids
entering K-5th grade welcome.
Location: Faith Bible Church 3139
E. Chestnut Ave. Vineland, NJ
08361, 856-691-3460 www.faith-
bible.org. Handicap accessible.
You can regain your youthful vision with NO DROP
Custom Cataract Surgery. So turn back the clock to
restore much of your ability to see up
close and at a distance.
If you have been diagnosed with
cataracts, ask our doctors if NO
DROP Custom Cataract
Surgery is right for you!
SEE HOW WE
TURN BACK TIME
Sydney L. Tyson, MD, MPH
OUR OTHER LOCATIONS: Cherry Hill (856) 482-5797
Blackwood (856) 227-6262 Hammonton (609) 567-2355
Mays Landing (609) 909-0700 Toll Free 1-800-922-1766
www.sjeyeassociates.com
856-691-8188
251 S. Lincoln Ave., Vineland, NJ 08361
0% Financing - 12 or 24 Months
$
S
A
V
I
N
G
S
B
u
d
g
e
t
Your Family Car and Pick-upTruck Center
4 NORTH 8
TH
STREET VINELAND
(On 8th Between Wood & Landis)
OPEN
SATURDAYS
84
507-0767 507-0732
I Tires
I Alignment
I Exhaust Systems
I Brakes
I Major Repairs
I Front End Service
I Custom Bending
I Air Conditioning
I Towing
FREE ESTIMATES ALL MECHANICS STATE CERTIFIED
OPEN MONDAYFRIDAY 8 AM5:30 PM SATURDAYS 8 AM4 PM
Private Inspection & Repair Center
Performed Under the Authority Of
All Cars
Motor Vehicle
Services
$
S
A
V
I
N
G
S
V
A
L
U
A
B
L
E
S
E
R
V
IC
E
C
O
U
P
O
N
V
A
L
U
A
B
L
E
S
E
R
V
IC
E
C
O
U
P
O
N
V
A
L
U
A
B
L
E
S
E
R
V
IC
E
C
O
U
P
O
N
V
A
L
U
A
B
L
E
S
E
R
V
IC
E
C
O
U
P
O
N
4 Cylinder......................................
$
69.00
6 Cylinder......................................
$
79.00
8 Cylinder......................................
$
89.00
I SPECIAL I
Replace Spark Plugs, Check Cap &
Rotor (if Equipped), Check Fuel
and Air Filters, Check PCV Valve
With Coupon Exp 8/5/14
Some Models Slightly Higher
Engine Tune-Up
I SPECIAL I
Engine Coolant
Lube, Oil, Filter
FREE
Diagnostic
Save
$
60
With Coupon Exp. 8/5/14
When repairs are done on premises
With Coupon
Exp 8/5/14
$
21
50
Change Oil Filter
Check All Fluid Levels
Lubricate Fittings
Up to 5 Qts. Reg $26.95
Most Cars & Pick-Ups
(Excludes Diesels, Synthetic Oil)
$
64
95
With Coupon Exp. 8/5/14
Flush System and Replace
with Long-Life Anti-Freeze
All Cars
All Pick-up Trucks
Get Ready for Vacation!
available. 856-785-2060, ext. 105.
THURSDAY, JULY 31
School Open House. Cumberland
Christian School, 1100 W. Sherman Ave.,
Vineland. 9 a.m.4 p.m., 68 p.m.
Accepting enrollment applications for the
20142015 school year for age 3 through
12th grade. Tour the campus any day or
call to schedule free consultation for your
child. 856-696-1600, www.cccrusader.org.
TUESDAY, JULY 29
Interactive Science Storytelling Show.
Millville Public Library, 210 Buck St.,
Millville. 2 p.m. Free and open to the pub-
lic. Interactive science storytelling show
with castles, kings, dragon keepers, and
ice sorceresses. The experiments are all
safe and nontoxic and will fire your childs
imagination. Register at library or call
856-825-7087 ext. 12.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 5
Golf Outing and Pig Roast. Easlyn Golf
Course, 4049 Italia Ave., Vineland. Lifetime
achievement award presentation to
Vineland High School football coach Keith
Petrosky. Sign-in for golf begins at noon
with shotgun start at 1 p.m. Appetizers and
cocktails at Greenview Inn at 45 p.m., fol-
lowed by dinner and dessert. $100 per
person. Dinner-only tickets $50. More info:
http://bit.ly/1q4nZOd
TUESDAY, AUGUST 5
Status of the Honeybee in New
Jersey. Extension Education Center, 291
Morton Ave., Millville. 2 p.m. Free to
Master Gardeners and 4-H Leaders and
Members. $5 to all others; must be paid
in advance for reservation confirmation.
Ned and Doris Morgan will discussing the
issues around beekeeping today, the
importance of the honeybee to agriculture,
and what homeowners can do to help the
honeybee and other pollinators. Hosted by
Rutgers Master Gardeners of Cumberland
County. 856-451-2800 ext. 4.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 21
Vegetable Twilight Meeting and
Research Tour. Rutgers Agricultural
Research & Extension Center, 121
Northville Rd, Bridgeton. Tours of the
research plots will be given as well as pre-
sentations by the investigators. Have
plant, insect, disease or weed samples
identified. Pesticide recertification credits
have been requested. 856-451-2800.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 9
Open-Air Concert. Alden Field,
Bridgeton. 7 p.m., immediately after
celebrity softball game. Part of the 48th
annual Bridgeton Invitational Tournament.
Field of 20 individuals or small group acts
performing on stage. Songs can be origi-
nal, R & B, Pop or Country. Seventeen
acts have been chosen with room for
three more. For more information or con-
sideration for selection, call 856-455-5168
or e-mail deh7545@aol.com.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23
Annual Womens Conference. New
Bethel AME Church, 414 N. 7th St.,
Vineland. 8 a.m.1 p.m. $25 includes con-
tinental breakfast, lunch and wordshop kit.
This years theme is Women Living Holy
& Righteous Lives. Conference presenters
are Evangelist Jackie Owens of Mt. Tabor
AME Church in Philadelphia & Evangelist
Amie Miles of Resurrection COGIC in Port
Norris. 856-691-1349 or 609-805-2292.
CROSS ROADS FREE DAY CAMP
Calling all kids! An awesome week of faith-focused, fun, arts and crafts, com-
munity-building activities, Bible studies, worship, and friendship!
Monday, July 28Friday, August 1, First Presbyterian Church, Millville. Open
to kids entering grades K5 in Fall 2014. Free for the entire weekincludes
breakfast and lunch each day. This Summer Day Camp is a joint effort
between Cross Roads Camp and Retreat Center, and local church congrega-
tions in the Cumerland County area. For more info, please call 856-825-0035
or e-mail fpmrsecretary1@verizon.net
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
1
7
}
{
1
8
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
Saturday, August 9
From 4:00pm 10:00pm
(Rain Date Sunday, August 10)
Landis Avenue 0 Downtown Vineland
www.MainStreetVineland.org
603 E. Landis Ave. N 856-749-8653
Sponsored By:
5
Enjoy The Areas
Best
Restaurants,
Local Wines,
Kids Activities,
Live Music, And Plenty
Of Family Fun
Free Parking and Admission
Pay As You Eat
Maracci Meats
Straight From the Source
JULY 22 THROUGH 28
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 Sports Packages: Drink specials
seasonally for MLB Extra Innings, NBA
League Pass, NHL Center Ice, and NFL
Sunday Ticket. Call for RSVP and details.
Nightlife at MVP Sports. 408 Wheat
Rd., Vineland. 856-697-9825. Food and
drink specials all week. Wed.: Pool tourna-
ment, cash prizes. Thurs.: DJ Real Deal.
Fri. Ladies Night 9 p.m.
Nightlife at DiDonato Family Fun
Center. 1151 South White Horse Pike,
Hammonton. 609-561-3040. Tues.: Quizzo.
Fri. and Sat.: DJ and karaoke.
Nightlife at Tre Bellezze. 363 Wheat
Rd., Vineland. Wed: Ladies Night (karaoke
and free pool. Thurs: Tony Mascara 710
p.m. Fri.: DJ Joe Gorgo from 92.1 WVLT
610 p.m. Sat.: Tony Mascara 7-10 p.m.
Nightlife at The Centerton. Ten22, The
Centerton Country Club & Event Center,
1022 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove. Tues.: Trivia.
Wed.: Country Night, $5. Every third
Thurs.: Comedy Night, $5. Flashback
Fridays with DJ Scott. Sat.: DJ Mooses
Top 40 Songs.
Nightlife at The Cosmopolitan. 3513
S. Delsea Dr., Vineland, 765-5977. Tues.:
Karaoke with KAO Productionz featuring
Kerbie A. (9 p.m.1 a.m.). Wed.: Salsa Night,
Latin-inspired dance party. Thurs.: Singles
Night with DJ Slick Rick. Fri. and Sat.: top 40
Dance Party with DJ Tony Morris.
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.
JULY 23 THROUGH 26
Nightlife at Old Oar House. Old Oar
House Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville,
293-1200. Wed.: Karaoke. Fri.: Maine Street
Band 9 p.m. Sat.: TBA 9 p.m. Sun.: TJ Frye
59 p.m.
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 Bojos Ale House. 222 N.
High St., Millville, 327-8011. Tues.: Bike
Night with live entertainment. Wed.:
Nick@Nite Open Mic 7 p.m. Fri.: Live
music 9 p.m. Daily drink and food specials.
EVERY FRIDAY
Gene Cortopassi. Merighi's Savoy Inn, E.
Landis Ave. and Union Rd., Vineland, 691-
8051. 6 p.m. Dinner music.
SATURDAY, JULY 26
Summer Concert Series at
Bellview Winery: John Coley.
150 Atlantic Ave., Landisville. 48
p.m. Park yourself on our lawn,
enjoy some tasting and settle in to
relax with some great tunes. Light
Fare menu available, as well as
some seasonal platter specials.
Tickets are $10 at the gate and
include wine tasting. Outside food
okay but no outside alcohol.
Leashed pets are welcome. Bring
your own lawn chairs.
Auditions for Kids Play
Auditions for Seussical, Jr., the
2014 Cumberland Players Kids at CP
production, will be held at the Little
Theatre in Vineland, NJ on Sunday,
July 27, at 7 p.m. and Monday, July 28
at 6 p.m. Doors will open 30 minutes
before auditions. Callbacks will be
held immediately following auditions
on July 28. Seussical, Jr. performanc-
es are September 12-14 and 19-20 also
at the Little Theatre. All cast members
must be available for all performances.
Director Tim Zoyac is seeking
males and females ages 8-18 for the
Cumberland Players' Kids at CP pro-
duction of Seussical, Jr. Those interest-
ed in auditioning should prepare 16
bars of a Broadway song from a show
other than Seussical. An accompanist
will be at auditions, but those audi-
tioning may also use an accompani-
ment track; instrumental only. Those
auditioning should also be prepared to
list any conflicts between 7/27-9/20.
If unable to attend the auditions on
the above dates, but would still like to
be considered for casting, contact
kids@cumberlandplayers.com to make
alternate audition arrangements.
EVERY SATURDAY
Back in the Day Dance Party. Villa
Fazzolari, 821 Harding Hwy. (Rt. 40), Buena.
856-697-7101. 7 p.m.midnight. Five hours
nonstop dance music from 1970s and 80s.
THROUGH JULY 25
Petite Moments. Gallery 50, Inc., 50 E.
Commerce St., Bridgeton. An international
juried miniature art competition.
Wed.Sat. 11 a.m4 p.m. 856-575-0090.
FRIDAY, JULY 25
Rich Fuller & Dan Godbey. Bogarts
Bookstore. 210 N. High St., Millville. Free.
Live original music, 7-9 p.m.
JULY 25 AND 26
Live Music Series. Sharrott Winery, 370
S. Egg Harbor Rd. (Rt. 561), Blue Anchor.
69 p.m. On patio and lawn overlooking the
vineyard, enjoy gourmet foods and cheeses
available for purchase in the tasting room.
Fri.: Eryn Shewell. Sat.: John McNutt. 609-
567-9463.
SATURDAY, JULY 26
Don Shaw. Bogarts Bookstore. 210 N.
High St., Millville. Free. Live music, 2 p.m.
JULY 23 AND 24
Menopause the Musical. Levoy Theatre,
126-130 N. High St., Millville. 7 p.m. Four
women at a lingerie sale with nothing in
common but a black lace bra AND memo-
ry loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not
enough sex, too much sex and more. This
hilarious musical parody is set to classic
tunes from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Tickets $35-$45. Call 856-327-6400 or
visit www.levoy.net.
JULY 25, 26, 27,
AUGUST 1, 2, 3, 8, 9
Spamalot. Little Theatre, 66 E. Sherman
Ave., Vineland. 8 p.m., except July 27 and
August 3 at 2 p.m. Lovingly ripped off
from the classic comedy motion picture,
Monty Python and the Holy Grail,
Spamalot is the fresh Broadway hit and
irreverent parody of the Arthurian legend.
It was nominated for 14 Tony Awards, win-
ning three, including Best New Musical for
2005. Tickets for all seats and all shows
are $17, or $14 for seniors and are avail-
able now at CumberlandPlayers.com.
SUNDAY, JULY 27
The United States Army Field Band
Concert Band & Soldiers' Chorus.
Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N. High St.,
Millville. 2 p.m. Celebrate the glorious
traditions and achievements of the U.S.
Army. Patriotic and heartwarming,
unique and memorable, appropriate for
all ages, and a great way for our commu-
nity to come together. Free to the public
but seating is limited and must be
reserved in advance. Limit four tickets
per household. Call 856-327-6400 or
visit www.levoy.net.
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
1
9
}
F CC t!
g
l
F
Free C
7ICKF7S RFQUIRFD
2:00
uly Ju
s Mo he Military TThe Military
F
i
n
d
l ly
Concert!
Y A ODDA 77O VF FD RFSFR
0PM
27th
eled Musicians v a r TTr ost
AT THE
y
Y DAAY O T
N R GO O CALL O
a
m
a
m
i
m
illyy
FF
a
Y!
NLINE
, MII GI SJIJ 130 . II
V 85o-327-o400 INFO@LEEV
F
i ieen en
dd
l lyy
VIII, ] 08332 IIIV
.NET VOYY. .LE .NET WWWW. VOYY.
AT THE
LE VOY!
lyy
TICKET GIVEAWAY
SUNDAY, JULY 27
The United States Army Field
Band Concert Band & Soldiers'
Chorus. Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N.
High St., Millville. 2 p.m. Concert
Band & Soldiers' Chorus Summer
Tour 2014 Part 2. 40 tickets to readers
(limit 4 per respondent) on a first-
come, first served basis. Call The
Grapevine office at 856-457-7815.
Summer Concert Series
The City of Vineland presents the
2014 Concert Series at Giampietro
Park Monday evenings at 7 p.m. at
the Enrico Serra Band Shell. IN CASE
OF RAIN: Memorial School
Auditorium, Main Road and Chestnut
Avenue
Come out and enjoy the free con-
certs and dancing on the adjacent
dance floor.
July 28: Gene Ianette
August 4: Tony Mascara
August 11: Frank Marone and The
Italians
Special arrangements for persons
with disabilities can be made if
requested in advance by contacting
the Business Administrators Office at
794-4000, ext. 4144.
Transportation arrangements for
seniors and/or disabled can be made
through CATS (691- 7799) at least 48
hours prior to trip.
THURSDAY, JULY 31
Concert in the Courtyard: Tom
Pizzi. Baker Place, 685 S. Brewster
Rd., Vineland. 6:308 p.m. Summer
celebration of musical favorites and
conversation. For details and help
securing transportation, RSVP by July
24 to Jacki at 856-691-9111.
Summer Concert Series
Buena Vista Township presents the
2014 Concert Series at Michael Debbi
Park Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. at
in richland on Cedar Avenue. Hot
dogs, desserts and beverages will be
sold at each concert. Seating is avail-
able or bring your own lawn chairs.
Dance floor, weather permitting
July 23: The Bob Ferris Orchestra
July 30: Ten Eddy Drive
August 6: Lonnie Youngblood
August 20 and 27: Rain dates
Summer Concert Series
The American Federation of
Musicians, Local 595, presents the
2014 Concert Series at Joe Dale
Pavilion in Minotola on Tuesday
evenings at 79 p.m. rain or shine.
July 29: John Lolli
August 5: Gene Iannetti
August 12: Jack Melton Big Band
August 19: Bud Cavallo Group
n
Love The Grapevine?
Why not like us
on Facebook?
facebook.com/grapevinenewspaper
3 8 p.m.
with this coupon
exp. 8/6/14
15
%
OFF
Visit Our Drive Thru
Ice Cream Stand
Outdoor Dining
On Our Patio
{
2
0
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
60
%
off
Christening Outfits
<=
Sweetpeas Childrens Shoppe
2757 S. Main Road (at Sherman Avenue) Vineland
856.213.6739 YourSweetpea.com
Tue thru Fri 105 Sat 104 Sun/Mon Closed
Clearance
Final Days
Barse Elementary
Grade 3
Skye Cook,
Vanessa Mejia,
Gabriela Morales,
Debbrianna Russell,
Leyla Sosa,
Moesharlynn Torto.
Barse Elementary
Grade 4
Isabella Amberths,
Ezra Bradley,
Amanda Bushman,
Austin Bushman,
Jose Gabriel Castro,
Savannah Shaw.
Barse Elementary
Grade 5
Elizabeth Alarcon
Contreras,
Amanda Cao,
Joshua Finger,
Daviana Jimenez,
Nyssa Leach,
Sierra Martinez,
Mary Miller,
Jose Nazario,
Alexis Prado-Cano,
Gabriella Rosado.
Sabater
Elementary
Grade 3
Nataly Arreola,
Dezani Calderon,
Nathaniel Carder,
Cielo Chavez,
Jennifer Cruz,
Angel Espinosa,
Emily Felipe,
Janaesia Foster,
Amy Garcia,
Cristina Jimenez,
Prince Johnson,
Lisettee Lopez-
Garcia,
Allen Marcial,
Felix Martinez,
Brandy Medina-
Zavala,
Evelyn Mendez,
Paola Morales Tanon,
Pedro Noguez,
Jaiden Pierce,
Dayana Portalatin,
Brandon Santana,
Shantal Santiago,
Thalia Stewart,
Heath Zarza,
Benson Zhu.
Sabater
Elementary
Grade 4
Mosayet Guzman,
Alexander Pena
Vasquez,
Amy Perez,
Dante Perez,
Samuel Reyes,
Melany Rivera,
Odnier Rivera,
Brianna Tadeo,
Daisy Tlatelpa.
Sabater
Elementary
Grade 5
Tyler Bui,
Odalis Dorantes-
Ramos,
Avi Forty,
Mihkael Greene,
Onur Kurt,
Miguel Martinez,
Jessica Michel,
Angel Olmeda,
Miguel Ortiz,
Nelson Ramirez,
Briana Rivera,
Anthony Tees,
Michelle Zheng.
Winslow
Elementary
Grade 3
Nazaya Angeles,
Chad Callahan,
Najvir Dhinju,
Ignatius Halpin,
Sarah Hullihen,
Lena Luciano,
Angel Marrero,
Carissa Martino,
Catie Melchiorre,
Austin Nordberg,
Sophia Olita,
David Rodriguez,
Brandon Sabio',
Joseph Schmitt.
Winslow
Elementary
Grade 4
Christopher Connelly,
Jasleen Jaswal,
Nickolas Medina,
Jayden Morales,
Emma Patrignani,
Erin Pritchett,
Zander Romanini,
Giana Ruscica,
Yulisa Tadeo,
Daiyshane Yeoman,
Rodrick-Josh
Zapanta.
Winslow
Elementary
Grade 5
Ronald Barnabei,
Trey Batson,
Madison Battiato,
Nazario Butler,
Jesus Cardona,
Gino Costanzo,
Colin Green,
Vladilen Groshev,
Olivia Hawk,
Seth Huerta,
Carli Hullihen,
Noah Jones,
Nathaniel Jordan,
Harpreet Kaur,
Brianna Lugo,
Victoria Palow,
Zeel Patel,
Haleigh Purich,
Adriana Rodriguez,
Elizabeth Santiago,
Madison Smith,
Emily Stanker,
Marissa Tirrell,
Luke Vastano.
Johnstone
Elementary
Grade 3
Gennaro Costa,
Destiny Knight,
Jennifer Lopez,
Madalyn Messore,
Juliana Nanni,
Davyd Pasichnyk,
Jessica Perez,
Ella Schreiner.
Johnstone
Elementary
Grade 4
Ariana Beckford,
Trinity Kent,
Ja'Quan Lane-Durr,
Stephney Soler.
Johnstone
Elementary
Grade 5
Jose Chanez,
Ryasimone Clark,
Selina Eldridge,
Riyasha Gautam,
Joannah Mendez,
Nicole Townsend,
Stefaniya Zozulya.
Durand
Elementary
Grade 3
Rachel Davis,
Alexis Johnson,
Odalys Lopez,
Jada Williams,
Vanessa Williams,
John Zhytnikov.
Durand
Elementary
Grade 4
Sultan Aydin,
Heaven Capece,
Gabriel Castro,
Yahira Cuevas,
Julia Digh,
Joseph Dorzan,
Adeleine Hauenstein,
Amanda Montero,
Sabrina Rivera,
Abigail Tomasso,
Selena Vega.
Durand
Elementary
Grade 5
Araya Baldwin,
Kyle Borowski,
Daniel Davis,
Bianca DeJesus,
Steven McCaslin,
Emmanuel Morales,
Kyle Perry,
Amelia Pinkos,
Dayanara Ramirez
Hernandez.
Leuchter
Elementary
Grade 3
Rosa Castellanos,
Alexes Farside,
Lucian Lees,
Brooke Scott-Bey.
Leuchter
Elementary
Grade 4
Jayden Canales,
Roberto Cruz,
Lajourah King,
Preston Koerkel.
Leuchter
Elementary
Grade 5
Jan Borrero Lugo,
Rita Deola,
Elizabeth Lascarez,
Carla Rivera,
Zaniya Williams.
DIppolito
Elementary
Grade 3
Sarah Caccese,
Amiyah Flores,
Allen Garlington,
Katherin Marino,
Tyla Nottingham,
Nina Pantalione,
Angel Rivera,
Yasmailyn Robles,
Carlos Rodriguez,
Diana Shanava,
Samantha Smith,
Lucas Soracco,
Giovanny Veliz.
DIppolito
Elementary
Grade 4
Savannah Acolia,
Angel Acosta,
Natalia Acosta,
Aaliyah Ayala,
Kendall Corbett'
Ruth Elahi,
Noemi Flores,
Javier Garcia,
Gianni Gentilini,
Allison Gove,
Cole Keller,
Sophia Kopreski,
Jesus Lucas,
Michelle Morales,
Emily Muniz,
Jake Murie,
Melany Rivera,
Lahanna Singh,
Jeyleis Torres,
Joshua Velez,
John Zhang.
DIppolito
Elementary
Grade 5
Nathaniel Borrero,
Jonathan Choo,
Alondra Collado,
Carley Corbett,
Arianna Delarosa,
Bailey Dickenson,
Brooke Dickenson,
Zara Elahi,
Trevor Fennimore,
Jerrell Frazier,
Jaimmy Gonzalez,
Mercedes Gonzalez,
John Leon,
Angelina Lewis,
Sean Lopez,
Julia Lotkowska,
Andrew Lu,
Millie Martinez Sosa,
Kyle McCain,
Heavyn Perez,
Mariah Rodriguez,
Gianni Rolle,
Lauren Ruiz,
Elena Simpkins,
Zhoei Travis,
Jazlyn Velez,
Angela Wade,
Courtney Wygor,
Juliana Zorn.
Mennies
Elementary
Grade 3
Jazmyn Baldwin,
Olivia Beyer,
Derick Brizard,
Braedyn Carroll,
Anthony Espana,
Michael Ferriola-
Brosh,
Jacqueline
Hernandez Ruiz,
Hannah Jara,
Aline Moreira,
Matthew Nardone,
Alek Raimonde,
Kylee Reissek,
Isaed Rivera,
Skye Rivera,
Kara Rivers,
Camilla Tahirova.
Mennies
Elementary
Grade 4
Brianna Brown,
Emma Drayton,
Josh Goldsborough,
Irem Kayis,
Emirhan Ozturk,
Chloe Price,
Kendyl Rivers,
Jacob Stern,
Anaya Troy.
Mennies
Elementary
Grade 5
Alyssa Andro,
Kaleigh Brown,
Adam Burris,
Anthony Cervini,
Joscar Colon,
Alexza Diaz,
Sara Fifth,
Mellanie Flores,
Jake Mendibles,
Neemias Moreira,
Alexandra Orihuela,
Uriel Robledo,
Damien Rodriguez,
Jamie Ross,
Luis Sanchez,
Vineland Public Schools Principals Lists, 4th Marking Period
Vineland Public Schools recently released the list of the students in grades 3-12
who earned Principals List honors for the fourth and final marking period of the
2013-2014 school year. To achieve this distinction, high school students must
have a grade-point average of 3.75 or above. In elementary and middle schools,
students must have all A's. Please note that student grades at the high schools
are "weighted" while those at the elementary and middle schools are not. As a
result, the grade-point average for achieving the principal's list at the elemen-
tary and middle schools is 4.00 while at the high school it's 3.75.
Javonne Santiago,
Josephina Schwegel,
Savanah Soto,
Caitlin Studstill,
Sybaljan Tahirova,
Dominick Vargo.
Petway
Elementary
Grade 3
Giovanna Amato,
Sofia Amato,
Katherine Anthony,
Stanislav Borodavka,
Brielle Bridges,
Michael Caprice,
Melino Ciro,
Christian Deleon,
Isabel Gonzalez,
Taya Keels,
Ava Levari,
Sebastian Mercado,
Sophia Nelson,
Joseph
Nonnemacher,
Jake Raguckas,
Hannah Rasmussen,
Katherine
Rasmussen,
Andreya Rusnak,
Carolina Sharp,
Bianca Torres,
Natalie Webster,
Zaria Williams.
Petway
Elementary
Grade 4
Thalia Alicea,
Morgan Allen,
Nakiya Batie,
Kimberly Bautista,
Alahna Broglin,
Alyssa Camardo,
Jenna Carlson,
Kayla Cleary,
Grace Corson,
Luke Desimine,
Elisabeth DiGiorgio,
Annalisa
Franceschini,
Nishi Gupta,
Sydney Keels,
Angelina Mainiero,
Andrew Mastro,
Mackenzie Nash,
Aaliyah Pacheco,
Jace Quiles,
Nilah Rivera,
Nariyah Robertson,
Morgan Rybak,
Hannah Tamagni.
Petway
Elementary
Grade 5
Nina Bombeke,
Alexandria
Bongiorno,
Robert Burgess,
Sofia Darrigo,
Devin Detetta,
Gianna Dotti,
Caesar Gonzales,
Chase Hickey,
Lina Holly,
Julius Jakubek,
Jocelyn Jones,
Jack Levari,
Natalie Muessig,
Alfred Nanni,
Gabrielle Niles,
Alana Preidt,
Nadia Rivera,
Madison Santiago,
Anthony
Tramontana,
Alejandro Vega,
Jason Wheeler.
Rossi Middle
Grade 6
Alan Benson,
Nina Caprice,
Faviana Cohen,
Devin Coia,
Benskylor Emonds,
Kyle Fleming,
Madison Guzman,
Justice Hammer,
Emily Jones,
Ronald Kaszian-
Sauerbrey,
Kristen Kelley,
Sarah King,
Ryan Leon,
Marissa Marchese,
Jessica Myers,
Alexis Nappa,
Danielle Ochs,
Oluchi-Adaeze Ota,
Ashley Parrish,
Krishna Patel,
Preet Patel,
Sahil Patel,
Hannah Patrignani,
Caden Quiles,
Vincenzo Speranza,
Andrew Stasuk,
James Andrei
Virtucio,
Alyssa Webb.
Rossi Middle
Grade 7
Simileoluwa
Adenugba,
Aminata Bangura,
Brandon Beyer,
Ariana Cortez,
Isabella Cruz,
Komalpreet Dhinju,
Ethan Ellis,
Brandon Feltes,
Jacob Garvey,
Jacob Gloway,
Evin Guilford,
Aili Hermanson,
Emily Jost,
Sude Karagoz,
Morgan Lincks,
Giavanna Lupi,
Mckinleigh Mattie,
Carly Mayhew,
Nayeli Merino,
Iman Moosvi,
Olivia Nealis,
James Oliva,
Grace Panzini,
Sara Parks,
Gabriella Perez,
Lucas Portadin,
Sakshi Thakkar,
Adryanna Valentin,
Shane Vastano,
Francis Justine
Virtucio.
Rossi Middle
Grade 8
Cassidy Campanella,
Mario Conde,
Zachary Costanzo,
Nikohl Dotti,
Grace McLaughlin,
Carolyn Melchiore,
Gisellyn Miranda,
Emily Morton,
Charles Myers,
Audrey O'Neill,
Emily O'Neill,
Katelyn Palau,
Taylor Parrish,
Savan Patel,
Jessica Riordan,
Tithi Thakkar.
Landis Middle
Grade 6
Anthony Hitchner,
Ly Huynh,
Anthony Jimenez,
Tyrasina Johnson,
Alyson Lorence,
Hazel Negron,
Satvir Saini.
Landis Middle
Grade 7
Maria Aldama,
Xavier Andro,
Tanner Bushman,
Rayniero Cuevas
Matos, Araceli
Emiliano-Villegas,
Lahla Gonzalez,
Nikolay Groshev,
Aurianis Lassalle,
Jared Russo.
Landis Middle
Grade 8
Jessica Sanchez-
Miranda,
Amy Antonio,
Daniel Gutierrez
Reyes,
Kayla Lamkin,
Deysi Lopez,
Jose Mateo,
Christina Naigle.
Wallace Middle
Grade 6
Destiny Acosta,
Jose Acosta,
Maria Arriaga,
Nadia Calderon,
Joseph Dietterick,
Nicholas Digh,
Joshua Edmeads,
Brianna Lagarez,
Agustin Leon,
Kevin London,
Irelyn McMahon,
Marilee Medero,
Tra'Von Oliver-Fields,
Alex Ramos,
Quentin Rivera,
Alejandro Romero,
Luis Rosado Santos,
Igor Shanava,
Vladyslav Shanava,
Brandon Smith.
Wallace Middle
Grade 7
Jorge Acosta,
Alexander Caccese,
Isaac Garrett,
Natalie Garrett,
Ryan Irwin,
Roberto Leon,
Marilynn Miguel,
Hailey Mollik,
Megan Murie,
Eric O'Brien,
James Repella,
Merisa Roig,
Gladys Roman,
Madeleine Walters,
Sofiannett Zayas
Mateo.
Wallace Middle
Grade 8
Mia Arbona,
Samuel Colon,
Junior Cruz-Lopez,
Dajanae Farmer,
Korie Hague,
Jeremiah Johnson,
Kai'Yah Knight,
Anatoliy Metkin,
Jacob Neiman,
Millie Nieves,
Gordon Tees.
Memorial Middle
Grade 6
Milana Avdeeva,
Karley Borowski,
Sydney Cherwien,
Mckenna Colvin,
Yara Cruz,
Omarly Cruz-Lovera,
Laisha Cuevas,
Laila Demark,
Zoe Frisko,
Hannah Geftic,
Julianna Giordano,
Catherine Giuliani,
Reyli Gomez,
Deandre Kent,
Jessica Melo,
Kierra Morris,
Nicole Ortega,
Luis Perez,
Jeremy Rasmussen,
Gabrielli Rodriguez,
Jaylyn Rosado,
Brianna Sanchez,
Erica Sanchez-
Villanueva,
Frank Stewart,
Kimberly Zarate.
Memorial Middle
Grade 7
Rocco Costanzo,
Josiah Gonzalez,
Wendy Jiang,
Hassan Lee,
Nyah Marshall,
Victor Ochoa,
Josiah Pierce,
Melanie Veliz.
Memorial Middle
Grade 8
Kyra Cichy,
Josef Garcia,
Amanda Johnson,
Kayla Johnson,
Sally Lu,
Nicole Martinez,
Gabriel Menz,
Aubrey Messore,
Kyaira Mitchell,
Jillian Morales,
Ricardo Nieves,
Alexis Pineda,
Catherine Scanlon,
Natalia Smith,
Lucas Thomas,
Tagetee Torres.
Vineland High
School
Grade 9
Brianna Acosta,
Ibirinade Adenugba,
Valeria Angulo
Rodriguez,
Diamond Batie,
Diana Borshchik,
Juana Briones
Contreras,
Emily Caignon,
Omar Caraballo,
Divine Cardona,
Christina Carlo,
Zeltora Chaney,
Ruben Colon,
Bruno Costanzo,
Mariah Cruz,
Tommy Cruz,
Robert Dickenson,
Samaija File,
Devin Fisher,
James Foster,
Graceline Galan,
Jessica Garcia,
Elizabeth Gonzalez,
Cassidy Grablow,
Carol Grillo,
Vanessa Grullon,
Jayda Hamlet,
Travis Harrell,
Eliyashaib James,
Robert Jessie,
Odalys Jimenez
Santiago,
Rachel Jones,
Jack Jost,
Hannah Joyce,
Britney Kollock,
Xin Yue Liu,
Roberto Lopez,
Gianna Lovisone,
Brandon Maldonado,
Karla Marquez,
Tara Marrongelli,
Billie Mattioli,
Wandaliz Medina,
Cara Melchiorre,
Madison Messier,
David Miletta,
Kynaat Moosvi,
Corey Murray,
Veronica Ochoa,
Kebeh Oden,
Mya Oglesby,
Vanessa Ortiz,
Priscilla Pagan-Diaz,
Stefani Pagnini,
Stephanie Palma,
Sarah Patrignani,
Ashley Priore,
Maria Ramirez,
Emily Rivera,
Natalie Rivera,
Jose Rodriguez,
Stephany Romero,
Andrea Ruiz,
Kaylee Ruiz,
Stacy Sanchez Ortiz,
Victoria Santiago,
Julia Scala,
William Shaw,
Ian Simek,
Natalia Stochmal,
Breanna Suppi,
Mariella Vasquez,
Isabel Vega,
Ashley Wargo,
Lea Westergaard,
Danina White.
Vineland High
School
Grade 10
Abigail Abate,
Kylie Anthony,
Kourtney Arena,
Ryan Banks,
Eryca Bennett,
Hannah Bokma,
Mc Kenzie Bond,
Jessica Burgos,
Zachary Carbonara,
Karilys Centeno,
Jessica Chavez-
Lopez,
Juliette Ciro,
Gabriel Colon,
Marc Colon,
Charles Copley,
Niyah Cosme,
Kevin Cruz,
Matthew Cruz,
Nayeli Cruz,
Ibette Cruz-Lopez,
Kayla Cruzado,
Victoria Darr,
Ciana Dickinson,
Jeremy Duprey
Sanchez,
Bradley Durand,
Angelica Filippi-Field,
Sarah Filippi-Field,
Joshua Flores-
Yeoman,
10;1 Magnolia Road Suite B Vineland, NJ 0830
8;-9-33 www.VinelandIamilyDentistry.com
Welcome to My Practice
I`m Dr. Robert Yaskin and I`m thrilled to welcome you to my
practice. Here at Vineland Iamily Dentistry, you will always
nnd everything your family`s smiles need to be healthy, bright,
and strong, including
Comprehensive general dentistry
Strengthening restorative care
Iife enhancing cosmetic dentistry
Warmand friendly team
Advanced technology
Dental implant services
We are here for your smile and theres never been a beter
time to visit us: Check out the new patient special below!
New Patient Exam,
X-rays & Cleaning
Call to schedule today!
$
99
Valued at $28!
1853 Vine Rd. Vineland
691-4848
Fax: 856-691-2294
marcaccimeats@verizon.net
SPECIALS
July 2326
EBT
$
1
99
lb.
$
5
99
lb.
89

lb.
$
2
89
lb.
FRESH
GROUND
CHICKEN
$
3
29
lb.
$
2
99
lb.
SMOKED
PORK
CHOPS
$
2
69
lb.
$
1
99
WHOLE OR HALF
BONE-IN
PORK
LOIN
OUR OWN FRESH
ITALIAN
SWEET OR
HOT SAUSAGE
FRESH BONE-IN
CHICKEN
THIGHS
(10 LBS. OR MORE)
STORE HOURS: MON.SAT. 7: 00 AM 6: 00 PM
Hope everyone is enjoying the summer heat. If youre not,
come see us in our cool store and enjoy our hot, sizzing prices!
Come in and experience the difference.
FRESH LAMB
SHOULDER
CHOPS
DAILY MADE FRESH
GROUND
BEEF
(10 LBS. OR MORE)
lb.
BONELESS CENTER CUT
PORK
CHOPS
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
2
1
}
Continued on next page
{
2
2
}
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
|
J
U
L
Y
2
3
,
2
0
1
4
Has Gone Mobile!
Bookmark your FREE Access
MaturoRealtyMobile.Com
www.maturorealty.com
1080 E. Landis Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360
856-696-2255
from any
mobile device
Never miss a listing!
Check out our new,
user-friendly website:
Summer Cleaning
Save
$
25
Now is the time to take
care of your chimney
American Fireplace
Hearth Shop & Chimney Sweep
3370 S. Delsea Dr. Vineland
856.825.6008
Licensed & Insured #13VH01293200
exp. 8/16/14
Service
Wood Stove & Fireplaces
Sweep Inspect
Caps Mortar repair
S a l e
SAVE BIG
on Select
Floor Model
Gas Fireplace
& Cast Iron
Gas Stoves
Supplies limited
Delicious Hamburgers
$32.90
10 lb. box
Made Fresh Daily
This Weeks Specials:
Made Fresh Daily
Sweet or Hot Sausage . . .$3.29/lb.
Pork Picnic Shoulders . . . .$1.59/lb.
Whole Chicken . . . . . . . . . .$1.49/lb.
Filet Mignon . . . . . . . . . . .$10.99/lb.
Dietz & Watson
Deli Meats Available
Fresh Vegetables & Produce
Groceries, Dairy: Eggs & Milk
MonSat 8 am7 pm Sun 9 am2 pm
Credit Cards Accepted
1370 S. Main Rd. Vineland
856-690-8686 Fax 856-690-8661
We Accept
Food Stamps EBT
BRIDGETON
INVITATIONAL
BRIDGETON
INVITATIONAL
Alden Field
Bridgeton
856.498.4491
bridgetontournament.com
Fri. August 1: Opening Night Ceremonial First Pitch - Mayor
of Bridgeton Albert Kelly, Dave Hemple, Century Savings Bank
Sat. August 2: Eagles Cheerleaders, Fireworks
Mon. August 4: LEEWARE NIGHT Guest: 2008 Phillies
World Champion and current Phillies commentator Matt Stairs
Tues. August 5: Miss New Jersey Cierra Kaler-Jones
Wed. August 6: Dizzy Bat Contest & IN IT TOWIN IT,
Cohanzick Zoo Visitors
Thurs. August 7: Bridgeton Service Clubs Night,
Mike Trout Night at the BIT
Fri. August 8: Frozen T-shirt Contest, Hug-A-Bear
Sat. August 9: Celebrity Softball Game 5 p.m. Bridgeton
Police vs. Bridgeton Firefighters, 7 p.m. BI Hit Parade Concert
Mon. August 11: Facepainting by Catalina Angelinas LLC,
Miss Cumerland County Kelly Santoro and Recognize
Annie Wright
Tues. August 12: Cumberland County Democrat Night -
Phillie Phanatic
Wed. August 13: Campagnis Legacy Lanes (24-0) PIKE
LANES 1963 Team - Extra Special Guest - 1980 Phillies
World Serious Champion Manager Dallas Green
Thurs. August 14: Guest, Former Phillies color
commentator Chris Wheels Wheeler
Fri. August 15: Championship Night
Schedule for 2014
August 1 August 15, 2014
MondayFriday Games Start at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday Games Start at 5:00 p.m.
Hana Flumenbaum,
Sean Freeman,
Kayla Garcia,
Gabrielle Giacomelli,
Sarah Gibney,
Terrence Green-
Miranda,
Robert Greene,
Jasmine Gutierrez,
Leslie Haserick,
Moises Hernandez,
Zabrina Hernandez,
Gregory Hughes,
Dustin Irwin,
Kamal Preet Kaur,
Jaclyn Kell,
Jacob Kell,
Ombria Kent,
Emmalynn King,
Hyukjun Kwon,
Erik Alejandro Leon
Garcia,
Garrett Loper,
Hailey Lopergolo,
Justine Lopez,
Nayarith Lopez,
Stephanie Lopez,
Vanessa Lopez,
Vanesa Lopez Bolio,
Edwin Maestre,
Juliana Magazzu,
Justin Malme,
Jeffrey Martine,
Alexander Matos,
Anthony Matos,
Devon Mattie,
Tyler Mazzola,
Ciara McBride,
Christopher
McConnell,
Ryan McMahon,
Sejal Menghani,
Chad Menz,
AndrewMeremianin,
Olivia Messore,
Melanie Milam,
Leilanie
Monrouzeau,
Max Nezdyur,
Mitchell Nieves,
Tumelo Nwanma,
Grace Ortiz,
Sevgi Ozturk,
Aaska Patel,
Alan Patel,
Mathew Pekora,
Lesllie Perez,
Nicolas Perna,
Christopher Peters,
Dimitri Raimonde,
William Reichard,
Caleb Ritchie,
Geraldo Rivera,
Edwardo Rodriguez,
Erick Santiago,
Kaitlyn Schreiber,
Kathryn Slusarczyk,
Brittney Soler,
Jant'e Stith,
Taahira Thompson,
Maurice Thrower,
Henry Unite,
Adriana Velazquez,
Michael Velazquez,
Mary Wagner,
Gregory Wallace,
Eric Whilden,
Xiaoqi You,
Brandy Young.
Vineland High
School
Grade 11
Haley Allen,
Ruth Altreche,
Diana Amarante,
Shamiah Baker,
Abner Barriera,
Evan Barton,
Terricita Bennett,
Angela Benson,
Megan Beres,
Steven Bergamo,
Gina Bonanno,
Amber Brown,
Brooke Brown,
Tiah Brown,
Meranda Cardona,
Xavier Cardona,
Leann Carlson,
Elizabeth Carpani,
Kyle Castellini,
Melvin Castro,
Angelica Charriez,
Kaitlynn Conrow,
Nicole Conto,
Elijah Corbitt,
George Costanzo,
Hernan Cruz,
Jeremiah Cruz,
Nestor Cruz,
Judith Cruz-Lopez,
Carolyn Cruz-Lovera,
Cristal Cuevas,
Lisa Curley,
Cameron Daniels,
Aaliyaha Davy,
Shyheme Days,
Morgan Dewinne,
Angela Doulis,
Alexandra Durham,
Cerise Evans,
Rachel Fay,
Carlina Filluzzi,
John Franceschini,
Gerardo Franco-
Portillo,
Sammantha Fred,
Rachel Garcia,
Dylan Gentile,
Precious Harker-
Laboy,
Tyanna Harper,
Sierra Harrell,
Dazia Hartsfield,
Brittany Hawk,
Karl Herman,
Jesus Hernandez,
Kelly Hullihen,
Kayla Jackson-Cruz,
Melvin Jacobs-Lundy,
Zarylyn Jimenez,
Samantha Kaur,
Ashley Kenney,
Na Hyun Kim,
Miri Kwon,
Sydney Lagerholm,
Valkyrie Leach,
Shaylyn Lebron,
Kyle Leimeister,
Kerensa Loadholt,
Christopher Louis,
William Lunsford,
Caroline Madonna,
Alexis Maldonado,
Jared Martine,
Diana Martinez,
Kadeesh Mason,
Lanay Mason,
Anthony Mattioli,
Talia Melendez,
Desiree Melton,
Mariah Mendez,
Brooke Mendibles,
Juliana Merighi,
Shelby Money,
Lorenzo Montalvo,
Jessica Morris,
Carlos Motoa,
Dasia Murphy,
Briana Nazario,
Jennifer Negron,
Yuleza Negron,
Mercedes Noble,
Mark Novatorskiy,
Isaiah Ocasio,
Lindsay Olita,
Akshay Patel,
Dhruv Patel,
Nandni Patel,
Neel Patel,
Nirnay Patel,
Rebecca Pellerano,
Jeanette Perez,
Areli Perez Ramirez,
Katie Perry,
Rivkah Pettry,
Brianna Peyton,
Joshua Pineda,
Ricardo Ramos,
Banesa Reyes,
Jake Riccio,
Jessica Rios,
Jordan Rivera,
Justine Rivera,
Tayla Robinson,
Angelica Rodriguez,
Kimberly Rodriguez,
Kimberly Rodriguez,
Melissa Rosa,
Olivia Rosado,
Gineiry Sanchez
Martinez,
Vanessa Sanchez-
Miranda,
Timothy Satterfield,
Emily Scanlon,
Karl Schnell,
Sebastian
Schnorrenberg,
Haley Sciore,
Jenny Serrano,
Anthony Sierra,
Samaria Silva,
Victoria Smith,
Steven Sotnychuk,
Orlando Sotomayor,
Richard Strittmatter,
Tessa Strittmatter,
John Taormina,
Neeraja Thakur,
Steven Tobolski,
Tristan Toothaker,
Jose Velez Huertas,
Eric Villar,
David Vinnick,
Zachary Watson,
Emily Watts,
Chelsea White,
Timothy Williams,
Danea-Gaye Wint.
Vineland High
School
Grade 12
Dawn Adams,
Tyler Adams,
Stephanie Alvarez,
Brooke Ambert,
Christian Anaya,
Arielle Aponte,
Desiree Aponte,
Jacqueline Askins,
Aria Asselta,
Nathaniel Austin,
Toluwanimi Ayeni,
Amanda
Bahamonde,
Damary Beltran,
Sarah Bennett,
Antonio Bond,
Liliya Bondarenko,
Patrick Bryant,
Zachary Cabral,
Steven Cabrera,
Mallory Caignon,
Gabrielle Cantoni,
Ryan Castor,
Alexia Clark,
Frank Conroy,
Tiffany Cotto,
Alyssa Cruz,
Emily Cruz,
Tania Cruz Ruiz,
Shawn D'Agostino,
Melissa D'Ottavio,
Eric Dargis,
Rebecca Darr,
Leonard Debruno,
Yamiles Delgado,
Jamil Demby,
Taylor Devonshire,
Emely Diaz,
Malik Dickerson,
Sarah Dietz,
Nicholas DiGiorgio,
Nicholas English,
Victor Familia,
Jade Fanzo,
Kathryn Faul,
Nancy Felipe,
Matthew Ferrari,
Mollie Fisher,
Deysi Garcia,
Andrew Gee,
Bailey Giblin,
Matthew Gladfelter,
Brian Godfrey,
Amanda Goff,
Javier Gomez,
Jasmine Gonzalez,
Sabrina Gonzalez,
Margarita
Gordeyeva,
Alina Gousseva,
Violetta Groshev,
Megan Guadalupe,
Ta'Shay Henderson,
Jeudit Hernandez,
Lorena Hernandez,
Yesenia Hernandez,
Jefry Vladimir
Herrera,
Rochelle Hills,
Tyrell Hollis,
Gabriella Horvath,
Christine Hughes,
Christian Jimenez,
Brandon Jones,
Michael Kobriger,
Melissa Laurencio,
Leonard Le,
Sharday Lebron,
Katelin Letizia,
Reno Levari,
Nikko Leyva,
Aubrie Lincks,
Miriah Loatman,
Danielle Lugo,
Michael Luu,
Dean Maffei,
Courtney Magee,
John Malatesta,
Steven Maldonado,
Bethany Malench,
Xavier Malloy,
Joshua Marcacci,
Jonathan Marcelino,
Greshua Martinez
Quirindongo,
Stephen McKeon,
Sage Medina,
Marialena Melillo,
Tristen Mendez,
Alexandria Merrill,
Nicholas Merritt,
Graciela Meza,
Brayan Miranda
Espinosa,
Brenna Mohan,
Rachel Mongelluzzo,
Nathan Munoz,
Howard Ore,
Oleksandra
Ostapenko,
Michael Owoo,
Navejot Parmar,
Heral Patel,
Rebeca Pedro,
Briana Peters,
Colby Powell,
Zachary Propert,
Veronica Quinones,
Kiraly Quinones
Luyanda,
Alexandra
Quinones Rivera,
Alexandria Quinto,
Amber Raively,
Celso Ramirez,
Simran Rattan,
Tierra Reaves,
Chiara Ribaldone,
Joshua Ritchie,
Denisha Rivera,
Rosalyn Rivera,
Samarilynn Rivera,
Richard Robichaud,
Alyssa Rodriguez,
Dayana Rodriguez,
Eloisa Rodriguez,
Joleen Rodriguez,
Ronald Rodriguez,
William Rodriguez,
Jonathan Roig,
Evelyn Rosa,
Frankie Ruiz,
Edith Ruiz Cruz,
Karla Salazar,
Georgia Salvaryn,
Taylor Santangelo,
Darya Savchenko,
Kavita Shah,
Emily Shellhamer,
Guriqbaljit Singh,
Veronica Sitaylo,
Rachel Smith,
Evelyn Soto,
Dane Spoltore,
Gabriella Surace,
Anna Ternova,
Alena Thibault,
Aleysha Toro,
Paola Torres-
Vazquez,
Michele Trimnell,
Zachary Turgeon,
Billy Turner,
Jael Vaquero,
Ivette Vargas,
Roxana Veliz,
Darren Vicente,
Valerie Walters,
Ashton Watson,
Rebecca Watson,
Gabrielle Wharton,
Kevin Williams,
Josephine
Zambrana
Cunningham
Alternative -
Grade 10
Aaron Muniz
Cunningham
Alternative -
Grade 11
Tanaisa Hatton
Cunningham
Alternative -
Grade 12
Isaiah Boughton
Vineland Public Schools Principals Lists, 4th Marking Period
Continued from previous page
W
W
W
.
G
R
A
P
E
V
I
N
E
N
E
W
S
P
A
P
E
R
.
C
O
M
|
t
h
e
g
r
a
p
e
v
i
n
e
{
2
3
}
Call 9 a.m - 5 p.m daily, Deadline for paid ads: Friday, 3 p.m.
To order your classified call, 856-457-7815 or visit
www.grapevinenewspaper.com/classifieds
Call 9 a.m - 5 p.m daily, Deadline for paid ads: Friday, 3 p.m. To order your classified, call 856-457-7815 or
visit www.grapevinenewspaper.com/classifieds. See box below for additional ordering information.
Only $10 per ad, per week, up to 20 words; over 20 words,
$0.50 per word. $0.30 for boldper word/per issue, $3 for a
Border/per issue. Add a photo for $15. Mail Ad & payment or go
online to www.grapevinenewspaper.com/classifieds.
Not responsible for typographical errors. Once an ad is placed, it cannot be cancelled or changed. The Grapevine does not in any way
imply approval or endorsement. Those interested in goods or services always use good judgment and take appropriate precautions.
Acct. No. ___________________________________Exp. Date________ 3 Digit # on back
of card__________
Signature:__________________________________________
Printed Name:______________________________________
Name ___________________________________
Address__________________________________
City__________________________Zip_________
Phone #: ________________________________
email____________________________________
The Grapevine
907 N. Main Rd., Suite 205
Vineland, NJ 08360
www.grapevinenewspaper.com
Mail Ad
Form with
Payment TO:
Classifieds
Call for more information
856-457-7815
Check if needed.
Refer to prices above.
JBold
J Border
CLASSIFIEDS
Credit Cards
Accepted:
2 acres of Farmland
in Rosenhayn available
for use. Maintenance
of grounds required in
lieu of rental fee. Call
856-982-0300.
15 acres of farmland
available in North
Vineland. Help with
paperwork in lieu of
rental fee.
856-692-0879
Pete Construction.
Specializing in decks,
roofs and home
remodeling. State
licensed and insured.
Call for a free esti-
mate. 856-507-1456.
Mechanic - C Level,
F/T, Full Bene. Pkg.,
D/L & Exper. req'd.
Fax resume to 609-
561-0840 Arena
Buick-GMC,
Hammonton.
Vineland boutique law
practice seeking full-
time secretarial and
clerical help.
Experience preferred,
but relatable secretari-
al, telephone customer
service, information
technology and/or
data entry experience
will be considered.
Please send resum
and references via e-
mail to
VinelandLawJob@gma
il.com or fax to
(856)794-8480.
Share house, no
charge for utilities, no
security deposit to
move in, $750/month.
Vineland.
609-213-0832.
We Buy
Used Vehicles!
See Lenny Campbell See Merle Graham
808 N. Pearl St., Bridgeton NJ
(856) 451-0095
Turk's Pressure Clean.
Powerwashing of vinyl and
aluminum siding.
Concrete, brick, roof stain
removal. Gutter cleanouts.
Over 25 years in business.
Insured. Call 856-692-7470
Multi-family yard sale on
Saturday, July 26th from
8am-2pm. Moving out so
everything must go (furni-
ture, clothing and much
more). Location: 71 E.
Weymouth Rd. Vineland.
Dave's Property Cleanup.
Garage clean-ups, and gut-
ters, help cleaning house
when moving out, lawns
cut, staining decks. 856-
207-6438
Jack's Light Hauling. Light
to medium hauling. Will
haul scrap metal, trash, cut
lawn and clean out garages.
Reasonable price. Contact
Jack: 856-979-3018.
MLV Roofing. Rubber roofs,
shingles, mobile homes,
coatings, and repairs. 856-
207-9810.
Have a bike taking up
space in your home?
Please consider donating
it. The Vineland Rotary
Club has partnered with
Pedals for Progress to
export bikes to third-world
countries where they are
needed for transportation.
Also collecting treadle and
portable sewing machines.
Contact Henry Hansen at
856-696-0643 for drop-off
or pick-up.
DISH TV Retailer. Starting
at $19.99/month (for 12
mos.) & High Speed
Internet starting at
$14.95/month (where
available.) SAVE! Ask
About SAME DAY
Installation! CALL Now!
1-800-816-7254
Medical Guardian - Top-
rated medical alarm and
24/7 medical alert moni-
toring. For a limited time,
get free equipment, no
activation fees, no com-
mitment, a 2nd waterproof
alert button for free and
more - only $29.95 per
month. 800-918-1743
Micro Electric LLC.
Residential repair, addi-
tions, and services.
Bonded and insured.
no job is too small.
NJ LIC #14256.
Call 609-501-7777.
WORK AT HOME with
Commission Based Phone
Sales. Call 609-213-0832.
Vineland 2bd/1ba
$850/mo+util no pets
credit & background check
call 856-296-5181
Home share in E.
Vineland, single occupant
professional mature non-
smoker, no pets, new
home. References. 609-
851-4855.
Electrical
Contractor
Help Wanted
Yard Sale
For Rent
For Rent
Services Services
Misc.
Farmland Avail.
1. ____________ 2. ____________ 3. ____________ 4. ___________ 5. ____________
6. ____________ 7. ____________ 8. ____________ 9. ___________ 10. ____________
11. ____________ 12. ____________ 13. ____________ 14. ___________ 15. ____________
16. ____________ 17. ____________ 18. ____________ 19. ___________ 20. ____________
21. ____________ 22. ____________ 23. ____________ 24. ___________ 25. ____________
26. ____________ 27. ____________ 28. ____________ 29. ___________ 30. ____________
31. ____________ 32. ____________ 33. ____________ 34. ___________ 35. ____________
36. ____________ 37. ____________ 38. ____________ 39. ___________ 40. ____________
41. ____________ 42. ____________ 43. ____________ 44. ___________ 45. ____________
46. ____________ 47. ____________ 48. ____________ 49. ___________ 50. ____________
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.
For rent: Upstairs apart-
ment. West Vineland,
Sunset Avenue. Two bed-
room. $1200/mo. Includes
heat and electric. No pets.
Call 856-794-1623
WANTED! Antique
Firearms, Rifles,
Pistols, all types of
Firearms and Military
items from
Revolutionary War to
World War II. Buying
single items or entire
collections. Fully
Licensed Federal &
State Firearms Dealer
all transactions would
be legal and will come
to you, cash paid on
the spot. Call 609-
204-9734
Pekingese pup, rare,
chocolate male, 9
weeks, papers, shots,
wormed, fluffy brown
bear. 1st $450.00. Call
text 856-553-3158 or
609-481-9509. Adult
white female.
Kenmore stainless steel
electric range VGC $100.
Kenmore glass top electric
range, excellent condition,
white. $270.
856-794-5096.
For Sale
Bikes Wanted
A CLEANING CONNECTION
MAID SERVICE
(856) 324-3563
www.acleaningconnection.com
Residential & Offices -
We have you covered!
Licensed / Bonded / Insured
PLACE YOUR TRUST IN US!
WEEKLY / BI-WEEKLY / MONTHLY
Professional
Carpet, Upholstery,
Tile & Grout
Cleaning offered
by our sister
company Carpet
Connection
10 % OFF YOUR
FIRST SERVICE
KELLY ODEE - OWNER
ACLEANINGCONNECTION
MAIDSERVICE
(856) 324-3563
acleaningconnection.com
Selling your Car?
Do you have a car or boat that is
taking up space in your driveway?
Are you hoping to sell your vehicle
for some extra cash?
Publicize the sale of your vehicle by
advertising in The Grapevines
Classifieds section. Make your junk
someone elses treasure.
Prices 40% 75%
OFF RETAIL!
Household goods, Building Materials,
Appliances, Furniture & Books
856.563.0292
601 S. Delsea Dr. Vineland
Mon. & Tues. 105 Wed. 128
Thurs. & Fri. 106 Sat. 95
Retail and Donation Center
Shop Donate Volunteer
For Sale: 2003 Motor
home Coachmen, 20,000
mi. Two slide out 27.9 ft.
$23,000. For info., call
856-213-6146, cell 856-
213-7473.
WWW.QUALITY-DENTALCARE.COM
Vineland
691-0290
Bridgeton
451-8041
Next to Acme
Across from
Walmart TWOCONVENIENT
SMILECENTERS
Quality Dental Care has partnered with a few
select dental insurance companies that we feel best
serve our loyal family of patients and the many
patients who we look forward to joining us soon!
$
1.00
REGULARLYA $202VALUE!
This includes Comprehensive Oral Exam, X-Rays and Cancer Screening.
When you mention this ad. Exp: 8/31/14
Join us today as
a new patient
for only
Brighter Smiles!
ZOOMWHITENING
Only $299!
When you mention this ad Regularly $499. 8/31/14
Love Your Smile
Delta Dental Premier Plan
Delta Dental Advantage PPO Plan
Delta Dental Standard PPO Plan
Delta Dental Patient Direct Plan
Fidelio Administrators
Horizon Healthcare Traditional Plan
Horizon Healthcare Dental Option Plan
Do you see your insurance company on our list?
Aetna PPO Plan
Assurant PPO Plan
Cigna PPO
Cigna DNSP
Like us on
Facebook!
Scan this
QR code with
your smart
phone to view
our web site.
Q
u
a
l
i
t
y
Denta
l
C
a
r
e
Todays Cosmetic & Family Dentistry
Our Friendly Staff
From Left to Right:
Brenda your Hygienist
Dr. Kassem, Associate
Dr Kissell, Owner
Dr. Bogdan, Associate
Diana your Hygienist
Michelle your Hygienist
Our Friendly Staff
From Left to Right:
Brenda your Hygienist
Dr. Kassem, Associate
Dr Kissell, Owner
Dr. Bogdan, Associate
Diana your Hygienist
Michelle your Hygienist