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Miss Gloucester County Lindsey Giannini, of Hammonton, waves to attendees at the Miss New Jersey Parade on the Ocean City Boardwalk, Wednesday, June 13, 2012. This year's event will have the theme of villains.
Margaret Lloyd, of Ocean City, remains active in the community as she approaches her 100th birthday.
George Mesterhazy, of Cape May, speaks during the Somers Point Jazz Society Benefit Concert on Friday evening, Jan. 7, 2011 at Sandi Pointe Coastal Bistro in Somers Point.
Using an iPhone, filmmaker Devan Blackwell, of Mays Landing, films a scene in downtown Atlantic City for 'The Speak Project,' a feature length film about bullying.
The Toys for Tots storage room is less full of toys this year compared to the last, due to drop-off locations being affected by Hurricane Sandy and the group's 53-foot trailer of toys being stolen in October. However, the organization has goals to make up for their losses. Last year, they helped about 900 families and 35 groups within Atlantic County.
Board games are among the presents available through the Toys for Tots program.
Meredith Punt, left, and Trish Juckett, both members of the Northfield Mothers League, worked to place platters of homemade cookies and soup into boxes for local people during the league’s ‘Thinking of You’ event Nov. 20.
Sarah Lahey, left, and Devon Punt, 13, both of Northfield, wrapped homemade cookies with the Northfield Mothers League.
Amy Barnhart, right, and Jamie Russo, both from Northfield, placed homemade cookies onto platters for local residents during the Northfield Mothers League ‘Thinking of You’ event Nov. 20.
Isabelle Vandenberg, 9, of Northfield, helped package homemade soup.
Diane Dearborn, of Northfield, poured homemade vegetarian bean soup into a container during a meeting of the Northfield Mothers League, where about 80 helpings of homemade soup and cookies were prepared for local families.
Members of the Northfield Mothers League gathered for the ‘Thinking of You’ event Nov. 20, where they prepared about 80 servings of homemade soup and cookies for local people. From left were members Marjorie Fopeano, Teri MaGrann-Reilly, who started the event in the early 1990s, and Ann Bonchi, league secretary.
Bob Fudala, of West Atlantic City in Egg Harbor Township, and Ti Plummer, of Northfield, who are two of the Toys for Tots coordinators and administrators for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve program, discussed this season’s goals as they stood in the group’s Shore Mall headquarters.
Bob Fudala, of West Atlantic City in Egg Harbor Township, who is one of the Toys for Tots coordinators from the Marine Corps League, discussed this season's goals at the group's Shore Mall headquarters.
Volunteers from the Galloway Township-based Marine Corps League Detachment 194 collect items for Toys for Tots at Shore Mall in Egg Harbor Township and several other drop-off locations in Atlantic County. From left are coordinators Bob Fudala, of West Atlantic City in Egg Harbor Township; Frank Vesely, of Brigantine; Charles Fields, of the Scullville section of Egg Harbor Township; and Tititia Plummer, of Northfield.
Ted Prior's family and friends applauded as Mark Soifer, Ocean City's public relations director, recited a poem about him. From front left were Prior's granddaughter Lexi L'Ecuyer, 12, of Mystic Island; Prior's wife Carol, of Galloway Township; and family friend Jeanne Lord, of the Palermo section of Upper Township.
Attendees of the ceremony honoring Ted Prior listened as family friend Jeanne Lord, of the Palermo section of Upper Township, shared a story about him. Lord used to make the scarves Prior used with his Elvis outfits.
Ted Prior's wife, daughters, and grandchildren gathered around a plaque honoring him Nov. 17 during a ceremony at the Music Pier in Ocean City. From right were his grandchildren Destiny Seda, 10, Ryan Cox, 7, his daughters Michelle L'Ecuyer and Tina L'Ecuyer, of Mystic Island and Rosenhayn, his wife Carol Prior, of Galloway Township, and his grandchildren William Seda, 2, Lexi L'Ecuyer, 12, Matthew Cox, 10, and Mariah L'Ecuyer, 13. The plaque reads, 'In Fond Memory' Ted Prior. Ocean City's Forever Elvis."
Jack Zoltek, a senior from Margate, played the drums to The Black Keys’ ‘Howlin' for You’ at the Halloween-themed show put on by students of Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts.
Diane Sellers, of Ocean City, shopped for gloves at Could Be Yours Consignment Boutique, which is owned by Helena Hamilton, during the Earlier than the Bird Shopping Extravaganza on Nov. 17.
Marissa Pacifico, 11, and her mother Pam, of the Palermo section of Upper Township, browsed for jackets and surfing wet suits at Heritage Surf shop, during the Earlier than the Bird Shopping Extravaganza on Nov. 17.
Dressed as zombies, Dejenis Mendez, a junior from Pleasantville, and Todja Hammie, a junior from the Farmington section of Egg Harbor Township, led the way in a dance performance to Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ as Leah Palmer, a junior from Pleasantville, sang on stage during Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts' storm-delayed Halloween concert.
Frances Kane, 14, of the Seaville section of Upper Township, browsed for shirts at Heritage Surf Shop's temporary locaction in Johnson's Appliances and Bedding.
A line formed outside of Heritage Surf Shop's temporary location on Asbury Avenue on Nov. 17, during the Earlier Than the Bird Extravaganza. So many customers showed up that only a certain amount of people could be let in at a time.
Students performed 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' by the Charlie Daniels Band, with Dominick Martino, a junior from Wildwood, leading in vocals and Heain Kim, a junior from Somers Point, playing the cello. Also shown from left are pianist Terrence Alexander, a senior from Somerdale, drummer Brant Vasquez, a senior from Ventnor, guitarist Kyle Carrier, a senior from Northfield, and bass guitarist Dan Aponte, a senior from Ventnor.
Alonzo Vazquez, a sophomore from Ventnor, left, and Trey Morris, a sophomore from the Bargaintown section of Egg Harbor Township, played 'Werewolves in London' by Warren Zevon.
Heain Kim, a junior from Somers Point, played the cello to 'Danse Macabre' by Camille Saint-Saens. Kim arranged her own cello music for the song.
Joseph Dobbins, a senior from Somers Point, played drums to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller.'
Marilyn Fillmore, of Linwood, and other members of chapter 982 of the AARP listened to an instrumental performance by members of the Seven Mile Singers at Grace Lutheran Church.
Helen Boucher, right, of Somers Point; Gloria Montgomery, center, of Linwood; and Mildred Thomas, of Absecon, listened to a vocal performance by the Seven Mile Singers during their AARP meeting Nov. 9 at Grace Lutheran Church in Somers Point.
Dona Mattia, of Avalon, left, Janice Demarest, of the Seaville section of Upper Township, center, and Pat Troisi, of Stone Harbor, sang the 'Service Medley' with the Seven Mile Singers on Nov. 9, at Grace Lutheran Church in Somers Point during an AARP meeting.
Jay Demarest, of the Seaville section of Upper Township, sang the 'Service Medley' with the Seven Mile Singers.
Jerry Ryan, of Smithville, left, who hosts Elephant Talk Radio at Richard Stockton College (the mascot is at center), and Mike Messina, of central Galloway Township, stand outside Le Grand Fromage on Nov. 8, which is owned by Messina and located at Gordon's Alley in Atlantic City. Both men helped organize the Redo AC benefit concert, which will take place at Le Grand Fromage Nov. 16-18, featuring about 100 bands.
Susan Jacobs, of Hammonton, who is the communications manager for Jersey Strong, helps Pablo Hernandez, of Atlantic City, select some clothes on Sunday afternoon in the gymnasium at Our Lady Star of the Sea in Atlantic City.
Susan Jacobs, of Hammonton, who is the communications manager for Jersey Strong, helps Pablo Hernandez, of Atlantic City, select some clothes on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 11, in the gymnasium at Our Lady Star of the Sea in Atlantic City. Hernandez's home on Morris Avenue in Atlantic City was flooded and damaged during Hurricane Sandy
Ken Lefevre, of Brigantine, left, who is a former state assemblyman, freeholder, and county republican chairman, Atlantic Count Executive Dennis Levinson, and Joseph McDevitt, Atlantic County freeholder at large, watch as the voting results of the presidential election come in for cities within Atlantic County. Atlantic County Republican gathering, McCullough's Emerald Golf Links, Egg Harbor Township. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. Photo by Stefanie Campolo
Joseph McDevitt, Atlantic County freeholder at large, right, watches as the results come in on Tuesday evening, Nov. 6, during the Atlantic County republican gathering at McCullough's Emerald Golf Links in Egg Harbor Township. Beth Epstein and her husband Mike Lenny Epstein, of Egg Harbor Township, posted voting results for each city within Atlantic County. Photo by Stefanie Campolo
Chris A. Brown, of the New Jersey Legislature General Assembly, and Barbara Atlman, both Ventnor residents, react as the Ventnor numbers come in: 1,757 votes for Mitt Romney, and 1,925 votes for Barack Obama.Atlantic County Republican gathering, McCullough's Emerald Golf Links, Egg Harbor Township. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. Photo by Stefanie Campolo
Republicans gather around the large flat screen monitor to watch the voting results come in for each city in Atlantic County. In the foreground are Mike Lenny and Beth Epstein, of Egg Harbor Township, Atlantic County Freeholder Jim Curcio, and Joseph McDevitt, Atlantic County freeholder at large. Atlantic County Republican gathering, McCullough's Emerald Golf Links, Egg Harbor Township. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. Photo by Stefanie Campolo
Egg Harbor Township Mayor James "Sonny" McCullough watches as the results come in. Atlantic County Republican gathering, McCullough's Emerald Golf Links, Egg Harbor Township. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. Photo by Stefanie Campolo
Brian D'Onofrio, vice president of operations for the Atlantic City Linen Supply Inc., chats with Sapphire Wiggins, of Brigantine, center, and Tonihette Solano, of Atlantic City, after they were given groceries Tuesday afternoon. Groceries were bagged by local volunteers, for residents affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Kim and Bill Hancock, of Linwood, who are regulars at Sandi Pointe Coastal Bistro, dined at the restaurant for Somers Point Restaurant Week on Nov. 2.
Diane Travis and Kevin Montone, both of Somers Point, browsed the menu at Sandi Pointe Coastal Bistro on the first day of Restaurant Week.
Tables began filling in at Latz's By the Bay by 6 p.m. on the first night of Somers Point Restaurant Week.
Donovan and Marlaine Saunders, of Somers Point, dined at Latz's By the Bay for Somers Point Restaurant Week on Nov. 2.
At Latz's By the Bay, executive chef Jeramie Cooper, of central Galloway Township, prepared braised monkfish with caper tomato broth for Somers Point Restaurant Week.
Bryce Manera, 5, and sister Cecilia, 3, of Ventnor, hold out their trick-or-treat bags for some candy Monday at the Ventnor Educational Community Complex during the city's rescheduled Halloween holiday.
Corey Laramore, 2, and sister Dominique Harvey, 11, of Egg Harbor Township, trick-or-treat Monday in the Linwood neighborhood near Central Avenue.
Artists from the Ocean City Fine Arts League have work from 'Art on Asbury' featured in the Surgical Pavilion of Shore Medical Center. Shown counterclockwise from foreground are Susan Rau, of Marmora; Dr. Peter W. Vanace, of Linwood; Thelma Snyder, of Somers Point; Rae Jaffe, of Ocean City; and Peg Dittmar, of Cape May Court House. Displayed on the wall are pastels of poppy flowers, created by art students from The Arc of Atlantic County.
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