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Samantha Caterina, 16, from Vineland, taps gloves with her teammates during Sacred Heart’s practice at Cunningham Field in Vineland on Wednesday.
Millville’s Aaliyah Ellis jumps 16 feet, 10 inches during the long jump competition at the Cape-Atlantic League track and field championships on Thursday at Egg Harbor Township High School. Ellis won the event.
Mike Greb and his son Hunter, 8, of Galloway Township examined a Civil War uniform at the Galloway Township Historical Society's new building.
Donna Thomas, of Galloway Township, checked out some of the new exhibits on display during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Galloway Township Historical Society’s museum on Jimmy Leeds Road.
Tom Mitchell, of Galloway Township, looked at a few vintage photographs at new Galloway Township Historical Society's museum.
Gabbie Cournoyer, 11, of Galloway Township, Abbey Migliaccio, 9, of Linwood, and Amy Auge, 6, of Smithville, picked up some gifts during the Absecon Fire Department's 100th anniversary celebration at the Fire Station in Absecon. Photo by Dave Griffin
The Absegami High School Marching Band provided music for the parade celebrating the Absecon Fire Department's 100th anniversary. Photo by Dave Griffin
Artistic director Lisa Zeuner worked with the students in preparation of this year's Absegami High School's Flowmotion concert.
Rachel Taylor, 15, of Galloway Township, rehearsed for Absegami's annual Flowmotion concert.
Jiana Le, 16, of Galloway Township, rehearsed for Absegami's annual Flowmotion concert.
Grace Woolslayer, 10, of Mays Landing, held the ‘I Survived’-themed poster she created.
Delaney Spano, 10, of Mays Landing, sat near her ‘I Survived’-themed poster at Hess school.
Colin Luderitz, 11, of Mays Landing, sat in front of the poster he created inspired by author Lauren Tarshis’ ‘I Survived’ series.
Children’s book author Lauren Tarshis talked May 3 with students during a visit to the George L. Hess educational Complex in Mays Landing. The day before, Tarshis visited William Davies Middle School.
Victoria Giansante, 17, of Mays Landing, received significant scholarship offers from Widener University and the University of Rochester in recognition of her academics and leadership.
Ashley Fox, 16, of Galloway Township, at rehearsed with Ionut Zaharia from the Atlantic City Ballet in preparation of this year's Absegami High School's annual Flowmotion concert, scheduled for May 10 and 11. Ashley will dance the part of the White Swan.
Savannah Smith, 10, of Mays Landing, was one of 25 students who earned a meet-and-greet lunch with Tarshis by creating a poster.
In addition to his scientific endeavors, Sebastian Chang plays piano and trombone. He plays with Belhaven’s Jazz band and in a garage rock bnd. His father, Dr. Ho Chang, right, listened to Sebastian play at their home in Linwood.
Sebastian Chang’s experiment confirmed his hypothesis that the more joints a hand had, the better it was at handling objects.
Belhaven School seventh-grader Sebastian Chang, 13, of Linwood, won the Jersey Shore Science Fair, finished well at the Delaware Valley Science Fair and was nominated to compete in the Broadcom MASTERS competition. He demonstrated his robot hand project at his parents home in Linwood.
Mays Landing resident Victoria Giansante, 17, in her home sound studio with a collection of her favorite instruments, said her first choice for college is Amherst in Massachusetts.
Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts student Eric Phillips, 17, of Atlantic City, won an award in theater from the Arts Achievement Awards by VSA Arts of New Jersey.
Charter Tech student Dejenis Mendez, 16, of Pleasantville, was nominated for an award in dance.
Charter Tech student Olympia Shepherd, 17, of Atlantic City, won an award in dance from the Arts Achievement Awards by VSA Arts of New Jersey and showed the medal she received from the New Jersey Governor's Award In Art Education.
Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts student Steven Kucharski, of Absecon, won an award in film from the Arts Achievement Awards by VSA Arts of New Jersey.
Tara Payne, 15, of Galloway Township, rehearsed for Absegami High School's annual Flowmotion concert.
Galloway Township Mayor Don Purdy, Galloway Chief of Police Patrick Moran and Galloway's Capt. Allan Kane received a plaque of appreciation for their service to the FSA from FSA President Cindy Herdman Ivins, during the re-dedication of the Family Service Association's building in Galloway Township.
Drum circle was led by Brian K. Johnson Sr., co-owner of Herban Legend Boutique, who set the rhythm on the Village Green in Historic Smithville.
Carter Callahan, 6, looked as though he enjoyed his pasta at a luncheon catered by Olive Garden for the top fundraising class at Shaner Elementary School.
Aidan Flynn, 6, was all smiles while waiting for his plate of pasta at a luncheon catered by Olive Garden.
Hunter Powell, 6, dug into a plate of pasta. Sara Mack’s first-grade class raised $373 for Pennies for Pasta, the highest total at Shaner.
Cate LaRoche, 7, dug into a plate of pasta at the Joseph C. Shaner Memorial Elementary School in Mays Landing, which raised $6,300 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through its Pasta for Pennies fundraiser.
Joseph C. Shaner Memorial Elementary School first-grade teacher Sarah Mack, whose class was the top fundraiser in the school, passed out plates of spaghetti to her students. The Mays Landing school raised $6,300 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through its Pasta for Pennies fundraiser with Olive Garden.
Oakcrest High School’s longtime vocal/music teacher Charlie Bass rehearsed with some of the students in preparations for a May 3 show at Oakcrest High School in Mays Landing.
Alita Bowman, 16, P.J. Delgado, 16, and Maggie Madamba, 15, all of Mays Landing, rehearsed with other choir members in preparation for a May 3 show at Oakcrest High School in Mays Landing.
Lela Tutka and Dorothy Graf, both of Galloway Township, danced to the rhythm of the drums on the Village Green in Historic Smithville.
FSA President Cindy Herdman Ivins, of Northfield, thanked the many friends and supporters during the re-dedication of the Family Service Association's building in Galloway Township.
Lynn Caterson, of Absecon, welcomed friends and supporters as FSA President Cindy Herdman Ivins listened.
Pastor Lou Strugala, of the Asbury United Methodist Church in Egg Harbor Township, and Lynn Caterson, of Absecon, listened as FSA President Cindy Herdman Ivins thanked the friends and supporters during the re-dedication of the Family Service Association's building in Galloway Township.
Malcolm Heckman, of Galloway Township, and Mike Demling, of Linwood, chatted about vintage coins during the Atlantic County Numismatic Society meeting at the Galloway Township Library.
Mike Myers, of Absecon, and John Finati, of Galloway Township, examined an Eisenhower silver dollar.
Tommy Hancharuk, 18, and his dad, Tom, of Galloway Township, checked out a few vintage coins during the recent Atlantic County Numismatic Society meeting at the Galloway Township Library on Jimmie Leeds Road in Galloway.
Taylor Schwanzer, left, and Tina Murphy, right, both 18 and from Galloway Township, listened as Bob Clarke discussed the reconstruction of accident scenes with students at Absegami High School.
Forensic expert Clarke said he is hopeful the students will think twice before putting themselves in danger behind the wheel.
John Lee and Mina Ahi, both 18 and from Galloway Township listened to Bob Clarke’s presentation on the science of traffic accidents at Absegami High School.
Cedar Creek High School students Amani Holland, 16, and Bailey Rodgers, 16, both of Mays Landing, and Kali Rauhe, 16, of Egg Harbor City, collected biological samples from the spillway behind Egg Harbor City Lake.
Americorps Watershed Ambassador Kassandra Archer and Cedar Creek High School student Adam Emmons, 17, of Galloway Township, examined Emmons’ collection as they surveyed Indian Cabin Creek, upstream from Egg Harbor City Lake.
Kassie Little, 13, of Northfield, displayed a check for $100 and certificate after winning the Northeast Division of the Fleet Reserve Association’s essay contest during an assembly April 11 at the Northfield Community Middle School.
Northfield Community Middle School seventh-graders who competed in the state levl essay contest were, back row from left, Jake Garwood, 13, Carolyn Levitz, 13, Chip Wimberg, 12, and Kassie Little, 13, and, front row, Matt Lawler, 12, Arjun Mathur, 13, and Lexi Sigel, all of Northfield.
Retired Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Bob Webb and Senior Chief Petty Officer Bob Burness presented Northfield Community Middle School seventh-grader Kassie Little with a check for $100 for winning the Northeast Division of the Fleet Reserve Association’s essay contest during an assembly April 11 at the school.
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