Two receive Community Lifesaver Award

Capt. Steve Stocks and Senior Lt. Ed Schneider, of the Wildwood Beach Patrol, recently were honored by the Wildwood Commission with the 2012 Community Lifesaver Award.

The Community Lifesaver Award was bestowed to Stocks and Schneider by the National Drowning Prevention Alliance to honor their work in the field of drowning prevention at the community level. The NDPA was established in 2004 to be the central source of information and referral on research, data, education, policy and promotion of drowning prevention.

Four named to dean’s list

Carly Crisanti and Jason Krobatsch, of Cape May; Matthew Riggitano, of Cape May Court House; and Catherine Matteucci, of Wildwood, were named to the dean’s list for the spring 2012 semester at William Paterson University in Wayne. To qualify, a student must carry at least 12 credits for the semester and earn a grade-point average of 3.45 or better.

Rowan announces dean’s list

Students who earned a 3.45 grade-point average or above for the spring 2012 semester at Rowan University were named to the dean’s list. They included:

Kelly Edwards, Rebecca McCann, Lauren McVey, Kelli Hoff, Jenna Nuscis, Jason Osman, Troy Smith and Daniel Snyder, all of Cape May; Lauren Gardner, Eva Guido, Jessica Hayes, Jonathan Hirsch, Rachael Lyons, Marina Mangano, Megan Russ, Samantha Safchinsky, Richard Screnci, Ashley Scull and Fabio Pawlus, all of Cape May Court House; Kimberly Beck, Kayla Dodge and Ashley Hoff, all of Erma; Kristin Brannan, Patrick Brannan, Joanna Gomola, Andrea Mallon, Scott Mason and Cory Wright North, all of Cape May; Brandie Crawford, Robert Davis and Timothy Kaye, all of North Wildwood; Adam Bowman, of Swainton; Anthony Micciche and Edward Williams, both of Villas.

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