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Growing Up Italian
Two members of Vinelands ItalianAmerican community are honored
for their Spirit of Achievement.

Robert Buono, Sr. and Piera Infranco Gravenor will be honored


at the 28th Annual Gala Ball of the Italian Cultural Foundation
of South Jersey.

he Italian Cultural Foundation of South Jersey is


geared up to present its 28th Annual Gala Ball
on Saturday, October 24, at The Greenview Inn
at Eastlyn Golf Course. Continuing its tradition of honoring two or three notable Italian-American citizens
each year with their Spirit of Achievement Awards,
they have chosen two 2015 honoreesPiera Infranco
Gravenor and Bob Buono, Sr.
Dr. Piera Gravenor was born and raised in Vineland.
Her father, Dr. Biagio Infranco, immigrated to the
United States in 1957 and later married her mother,
Sarina Porcaro, who had come to the States earlier with
her family. Piera, like her siblings Nina and Len, would
learn what it truly meant to grow up as a first-generation American; growing up Infranco brought with it
advantages and challenges. The hopes, dreams, and
goals brought to this country by her parents, not only
culminated in their own successful lives and careers,
but were instilled in their children, and have come to
fruition in who Piera is todaya devoted wife and
mother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, friend, successful
educator and administrator, volunteer and benefactor.
Piera is a hometown girl, having attended both
Sacred Heart grade school and high school, where she
later accepted her first position as an English teacher.
But education hadnt always been the path she thought
she would take. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Political Science from Chestnut Hill College in
Philadelphia, PA in 1981, and was accepted to Temple
University Law School immediately after. But God and
Pieras heart had a different plan, steering her in the
direction of a rewarding and successful career in education, and more importantly, toward the deep love for
her longtime sweetheart, John Gravenor, and now her
husband for the past 32 years. Piera married the love of
her life in 1983 and they have two daughters, Alicia and
Lexi. Pieras 4-year old granddaughter, Adrianna Lilla,

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Meet Vinelands
BOE Candidates
ast Tuesday evening, the Greater Vineland
Chamber of Commerce hosted a
Candidates Forum at Wallace Middle
School for the seven candidates seeking one of
four seats on the Vineland Board of Education in
the November 3 election. The five candidates
seeking election to one of the three, three-year
terms are Inez Acosta (Incumbent), Jeffrey M.
Bordley, Xavier Cardona, Cedric Holmes and
Christopher Jennings (Incumbent). Donald
Anthony Carter and F. John Sbrana vie for a
one-year term.
The forum was videotaped by VPS TV and
will be rebroadcast on Comcast Channel 9 and
Verizon FiOS Channel 41 several times prior to
the election.
The Grapevine, like the GVCC, seeks to provide voters with information they need to make
an informed decision at the polls. Toward that
end, we have asked all seven BOE candidates to
answer questions that we include this week in
their profiles, beginning on page 20.
Next week, we will present profiles of the
four candidates running for two open seats on
the Cumberland County Board of Chosen
Freeholders. The following week, profiles of
the four candidates for two open New Jersey
Assembly seats will be published.

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I Does and Donts


{ BY PAUL J. DOE, FORMER EDITOR, CUMBERLAND NEWS }

A Good Bet?
Whats up with fantasy football?
Something fishy, our columnist speculates.

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as professional football
jumped the shark? In case
youre not familiar with the
phrase, it refers to the episode
of Happy Days where Fonzie jumps over a
shark on water skis.
The episode was the beginning of the end
of the popular TV series because it was the
show that took them from silly to stupid.
Since then, its been used to mark those
seminal moments when things change so
radically for the worse that there is no
chance for recovery.
Well, professional football has been on
a roll for the last 50 years, but I wonder if
Deflategate and the sudden surge in fantasy football arent the harbingers of big
changes in how and why we watch the game.
Deflategate was the year-long, courtroom drama over cheating (deflating footballs for their team to provide their quarterback an advantage) by the World
Champion New England Patriots.
After a months-long investigation, the
football commissioner determined that the
Patriots had, indeed, cheated and doled
out punishment. The Patriots quarterback
fought the commissioners decision in
court and won a stay of execution on the
punishment (a five-game suspension).
In other words, cheating is okay if you
have good lawyers. But the worst part is the
growth of the fantasy football craze. If you
watch TV for any length of time, youre
guaranteed of two thingsyoull see an ad
for toenail fungus medication and youll see
an ad for one of the sports betting sites.
Fantasy football has become, in the last
couple of years, bigger than the game
itself. Guys I used to talk football with no
longer root for their team; now they
root for their fantasy draft picks.
Were a nation of 300 million people
and, according to recent surveys, about a
fourth (75 million people) play some form
of fantasy football each week.
Its become a multi-billion dollar industry and when theres that much money
involved, theres way too much chance of
something fishy going on (and I dont mean
just in the shark tank).
For instance, for the first week of this
season, my cable provider gave its subscribers free access to every single professional football game to try and sell their
total game package. It was the first week-

end so most of the games began at 1 p.m.


I was all set in my new La-Z-Boy recliner.
Id laid in a supply of my favorite snacks
and drinks; my wife was busy doing something away from home and Id settled in for
an estimated 11 straight hours of football.
There were eight or nine games beginning at 1 p.m. I was determined to watch
every single one of them andwith the aid
of my trusty clickerI wouldnt have to move
anything but my eyeballs and my finger.
At the first timeout of my primary game,
I switched to my second choice and found
it also in a timeout. So I tried my third
choice: Timeout. Fourth: Timeout. Fifth:
Timeout. It wasnt until I hit the sixth
game that I actually saw a game in progress.
Now, Ill admit Im a clicker fanatic (it
drives my wife crazy but its the only real
control I have in the whole house) and Ive
encountered the commercials-at-thesame-time phenomena many, many times
watching regular network shows.
That (and the volume increase during
those aforementioned commercials) are
two of my biggest pet peeves.
But these are games. Most timeouts
arent called by the games participants
(each team is allowed six per game) but
rather by the games officials who get told
by games sponsors when to stop the
action to sell some product (very often
these days fantasy football betting sites).
I thought it kind of an odd coincidence
andlike most cops, doctors and journalistsI just dont like coincidences. So I
switched to a baseball channel and, sure
enough, a game was in progress. I
switched to a movie channel and, sure
enough, a movie was in progress. I experimented throughout the rest of the day and
only once did I go from a timeout to a
game in progress.
Now, Im not saying that theres anything suspicious going on, but one of the
things you hear the experts say all the
time is that if you control the tempo you
control the game.
Remember, were talking billions of dollars at stake every single week. In fact, I
read just last week that an employee of one
of the two big fantasy betting sites with
inside information access won thousands
of dollars from the other big fantasy site.
Sounds like the sharks are smelling
blood. I

I News in Brief
County College to Host
College Night
Cumberland County College opens its
doors to prospective students and their
families when it hosts a free College Night
on Tuesday, October 20 from 6 to 8 p.m.
in the gymnasium, located in the Student
Center, Sherman Avenue and College Drive.
Representatives from more than 100
colleges will be on hand to explain the various opportunities available in higher education. The event is open to the public.
College Night provides a mall-like
atmosphere of tables where students and
their parents can obtain a variety of informational materials all in a single evening.
Parents are also invited to attend a free
workshop, A Parents Perspective, beginning at 5 p.m. in the Athletic Team Room,
across from the gym. Topics to be discussed
include selecting a college, the application
process, scholarships and financial aid, and
utilizing the internet for career and college
selection.
Participants will include:Airline
Academy, The Alvernia College, U.S. Army,
Art Institute International, Assumption
College, Atlantic Cape Community College,
Bloomfield College, Bloomsburg University,
Brooklyn Manor College, Caldwell College,
Camden County College, Carin University,
Chestnut Hill College, Centenary College,
College of St. Elizabeth, College Funding
Authority, Columbia College Chicago,
Delaware State University, Delaware Valley
College, DeVry Institute, East Stroudsburg
University of PA, Elmira College, Fairleigh
Dickinson University, Felician College,
Garrett College, Georgian Court University,
Goldey Beacom College, Grand Canyon
University, Holy Family University, Hussian
School of Art, Immaculata University, Kean
University, Lancaster Bible College, Long

Island University, Montclair State


University, Moore College of Art & Design,
Morgan State University, Neumann
University, New Jersey City University,
Notre Dame of Maryland University, Pace
University, Peirce College, Penn College of
Technology, Pennco Tech, Quinnipiac
University, Ramapo College, Rhode Island
School of Design, Richard Stockton State
College, Rider University, Rowan
University, Rowan College at Gloucester
County, Rutgers University-New
Brunswick, Salem Community College,
Stevens Institute of Technology, Stevenson
University, St. Johns University, St.
Josephs University, Temple University,
The College of New Jersey, The Restaurant

The Cumberland County Department of


Veterans Affairs has officially moved in to
their new home effective Friday, October 9.

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County Veterans Affairs


Department Gets a New Home

The office is located in the Center for


Workforce and Economic Development on
the campus of Cumberland County College.
Freeholder Liaison Darlene Barber said It
is so great we can provide this new state of
the art space for our Veterans. There is easy
access to the Veterans Affairs Department
for consultations and meetings.
The new office location, mailing address
and phone number are: Cumberland
County Department of Veterans Affairs,
C/o CWED/Cumberland County College
Campus, 3322 College Drive, P.O. Box 1500,
Vineland, NJ 08362-1500. 856-238-6800,
856-696-5660 ext. 3201

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West Chester University, Widener
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Wilmington University and York College.
Refreshments will be served. Seating is
limited. RSVP by calling 856-691-8600 ext.
1457 or by visiting CCCs homepage at:
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I News in Brief
Cape Bank To Hold Free
Community Shredding Days

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As a service to the people and businesses in the counties they serve, Cape Bank
will be hosting a series of four Community
Shred Days in October. The dates and
locations include:
Saturday, October 17 9 a.m. to noon
Cape May Court House Branch, 225 N.
Main Street, Cape May Court House
Delsea Branch 9 a.m to noon
2745 S. Delsea Drive | Vineland, NJ
Shredding will take place rain or shine.

Individuals and businesses are welcome to bring up to three (3) bankers


boxes per person for free shredding,
which will be done on location by RIDD,
Inc. The shredding process is environmentally friendly, and all paper will be
recycled.
For information about Cape Bank and
the Community Shred Days, call 800-858BANK or visit www.capebanknj.com.

Clothes Closet Planned


The Holly City Family Success Center, 21
E. Main St., (Rear Suite) Millville is conducting a clothing drive for new or gently
worn clothing for a Dress for Success clothing drive. The center is looking for clothes

that can be worn for interviews, office


work, or for employment in convenience
stores or department stores, including polo
shirts, khakis, dresses, slacks, cardigan
sweaters, skirts, blouses, heels, dress shoes,
dress shirts, loafers, etc. To coordinate
drop-off of donated clothing or for more
details, contact the Holly City Family
Success Center, which is operated by
Gateway Community Action Partnership, at
856-327-1510.

Gateway To Success Breakfast


Set for October 29
Gateway Community Action
Partnership will host a Gateway To Success

breakfast event at 8 a.m. on Thursday,


October 29 at Aulettos Caterers, 1849
Cooper St., Almonesson.
The 90-minute breakfast event is free,
but pre-registration by October 22 is
required. There will be a networking mix &
mingle from 8 to 8:30 a.m. followed by a
full buffet breakfast and an inspirational
and informative program from 8:30 to 9:30
a.m.
While there is no charge for the event,
attendees are expected to make a donation
within their means to help provide organizational support for Gateways core areas.
To pre-register for the event, call 856497-6652 or e-mail ehilt@gatewaycap.org.

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Delgado Receives 2015 Vocational Service Award
While youll rarely see him anywhere
near a spotlight, Vinelands own Joe
Delgado, received some well-deserved
recognition from Rotary District 7640
(representing southern New Jersey) as
he was named the Districts 2015
Vocational Service Award recipient. Only
the fifth Vineland Rotary member to
receive this award, Delgado exemplifies
service in every way.
I couldnt think of anyone more deserving of this award than Joe, said Vineland Rotary Club President, Wayne Triantos.
In addition to everything he does as part of our club, Joe is the first person to
volunteer to help you move, or fix a light switchand the first to donate his time.
He wants no credit and expects nothing in return. He simply likes helping others.
After joining Rotary in 2004, Delgado focused on the clubs community service
activities and became the Chairman of that committee the following year. Since
then, Delgado has led the clubs efforts in a wide variety of activities and programs including Tiny Tim caroling, Adopt-A-Road cleanups, holiday parties for
special needs students, outreach at the Vineland Developmental Center, blood
drives, and more. While his contributions are many, Joe was instrumental in the
creation of the Challenger League, part of the North Vineland Little League.
Challenger League gives physically or mentally challenged youth the chance
to play baseball. The first season of play began in 2008, with two teams and 30
children ages 5-18. The children came from Cumberland, Salem, Atlantic and
Cape May counties. Since then, the Challenger League has grown to 10 teams
and more than 100 playersand has changed the lives of countless children and
their families.

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Pictured are District Governor Elect Ulysses James, who introduced Joe at the Dinner,
and Lauren and Joe Delgado.

Dana Palma, director of finance, at


Inspiras LIFE program
will be a part of a
panel conducting a
two-day seminar at
the end of the
National PACE (Program of All-inclusive
Care for the Elderly) Conference in
Philadelphia later this month. The twoday open forum seminar will focus on
risk management and successful measuring and monitoring in operating a
PACE program. In addition, she was
chosen to be a faculty member for their
leadership program training webinar
designed to offer financial guidance in
federal and state regulations and
requirements to new PACE leaders.
Palma received her Masters Degree
in Strategic Communication and
Leadership in 2012 from Seton Hall
University. She was selected by NPA
(National Pace Association) to present
this years leadership seminar. Palma
has been nominated to speak, the past
two years, on the development of her
financial PACE dashboard at NPAs
national conventions.
It is an honor to represent the leaders of Inspira Health Network on a
national level for the PACE organization, said Palma.

Kids Learn About


Making Wise Choices
The Southwest Council, Inc. is a
non-profit health agency partnering
with Edgarton Christian Academy this
year to educate the students in goal
setting and making choices. Prevention
Specialist Jane Taylor met with the
third grade class to discuss making
wise choices and setting lifelong goals.
Using the robot Auto, Taylor emphasized the point: We can make choices
that will affect our lives; Auto cannot
make such important choices.
From left: Taylor, Giovanni Lugo of
Vineland, Noel Martinez of Vineland and
Calerah Eason of Malaga.

Inspira Auxiliary Yard Sale Raises Thousands


The Inspira Health Network
Auxiliary Cumberland/Salem held
their annualyard saleon a recent
Saturday at the Inspira Medical
Center Vineland. The sale featured
items ranging from designer clothes
and accessories to baby items and
home decor.
"Our annual yard sale continues
to be a successful fundraiser for the
Inspira Health Foundation, thanks to
the tireless efforts of our Auxiliary,
said Carolyn Heckman, executive
director of the Inspira Foundation
Cumberland/Salem. There were
some great bargains on the items,
which were all donated by the
Inspira staff, Auxiliary members and
members of our community,"
Heckman added.
A Womens Health Screening and
Education Daywas also held inside the Inspira Medical Center Vineland, adding an
opportunity for guests to find out more about the educational and wellness opportunities offered through the Inspira Health Network.
The Inspira Auxiliary Cumberland/Salem County operates as a division of the
Inspira Health Network Foundation Cumberland/Salem. The purpose of the Inspira
Auxiliary Cumberland/Salem is to support the activities and goals of the Inspira
Foundation Cumberland/Salem in promoting the health and welfare of the communities served by Inspira Health Network. For more information, including donation
information and volunteer opportunities, please call 856-641-8290 or visit
www.inspirafoundation.net or visit them on Facebook.

Southwest Council
Co-Hosts Conference
A Substance Abuse Awareness
Conference was held on Friday,
October 9, at Cumberland County
College. Opening remarks were made
by Cumberland County Prosecutor
Jennifer Webb-McRae. Keynote speaker was Dr. Michael Bradley, who spoke
on Marijuana: The Next Teen
Cigarette Con.
Three workshops were heldHidden
in Plain Sight; A Personal Perspective,
with Michael DeLeon of Steered
Straight, as well as panelists; and
World Cafe, with The Southwest
Council and CCC Student Senate
members. Attendees rotated through
each workshop.

Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer


Webb-McRae, keynote Speaker Dr. Michael
Bradley, and Jessica Kanady of the
Southwest Council, which co-hosted the
Substance Abuse Awareness Conference
last Friday at Cumberland County College.

Robert Odorizzi of Vineland (right), chairman of the Inspira Auxiliary Cumberland County,
selling items at their Annual Yard Sale recently at Inspira Medical Center Vineland.The
event raised thousands of dollars for the Inspira Foundation Cumberland Salem.

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Library Has
Contest to Name
Elephant

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Bridgeton, NJ
(717) 475-6171

The Millville Public


Library has an elephant, and
her name is Penny.
Our elephant is locatedat
the Circulation Deskand
loves spare change like nickels, dimes, quarters, and of course, pennies.We had
a contest to name our elephant and Penny was the winning
name.Congratulations to Connor Cook and Avery McDowell, the winners of our
"Name the Elephant" contest.

Owners of Southwind Vineyard and Winery Honored


Southwind Vineyard and Winery is Deerfield Township Farm
of the Year for 2015. The owners were recognized by the
Township Committee and Recreation Committee on the Harvest
Festival stage recently.
Southwind is a family-owned vineyard and winery in Deerfield
Township, New Jersey, owned and operated by Lorre Allen and
Joseph Riley, a husband-and-wife team who bought the Allen
family farm in 2002 and the vineyard was planted in 2006.
It opened to the public in 2012. The farm has operated consistently since 1978. First as a Dressage barn built from the
ground by Fred and Jeannie Allen, now expanded to include
immaculate trails, a vineyard and winery. The property is 100 acres of lush pastures, woodlands and vineyards ripe with family, vines and animals. Southwind
Vineyard is a family owned estate vineyard, winery and dressage barn.
Former French teacher, Lorre Allen, a lover of French lifestyle and outdoor life,
decided to quit her teaching job in 2006 to convert a portion of the family property
into a vineyard. Assisted by her husband Joseph P. Riley, Lorres used her love of
the French language and of Bordeaux-style wines and the soils and climate of her
family estate to propel Southwind to growing grape vines and crafting Bordeaux
wines, sparkling wines and reasonably priced wines to suit all tastes.
The tasting room is an intimate, richly decorated space where there are public
tasting hours. Private tastings by appointment for groups of 6 to 12 people may
also be arranged. It's a great place to hold a meeting or gathering! For more information see their website www.southwindvineyardllc.com

1370 S. Main Rd., Vineland

Gospel Music
Pumpkin Festival

856-690-8686
Fax 856-690-8661

~ Credit Cards Accepted ~


We Accept Food Stamps

Saturday, October 17th

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10:00am-4:00pm

Featuring...
Bay City Trio, Mercys Vessel, & Sue and Jeff Duffield
Scotty Hendrix, Jill Ransom, & Jericho Road
Craft Show & Vendors
Straw Maze
Pumpkin Painting
Scarecrow Making
Antique Tractors
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Vendors call 856-905-6104

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Fall Sales October 14th21st


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Now taking
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Frozen Chicken
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Handsliced Minute Steaks

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Restaurant Profile
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Diners Get
Royal Treatment

Giovanni
Lucignano
~ Welcomes you ~

Grand Re-Opening
of Our Dining Room

Monday & Tuesday

Ali Ozdemir and sons, Bart, Haka and Mustafa opened


The Golden Palace, not to be confused with the
Chinese restaurant of the same name, in 1991.

Wednesday

All Entrees 27% off (49 pm)

Bring Bottle of Wine


Get FREE App of Your Choice

Thursday

w/purchase of a meal

OFF
LUNCH

All you can eat Mussels & Linguine


Includes Side Salad
$8.99 per person

Friday

Order of $25 or more. Must present coupon.

Saturday

2 for $27 on Selected Items plus FREE Dessert

Taking Reservations for


Holiday Parties
Dining room and private room
available for parties every day 11-4
Takeout Available

Sunday

Chefs Choice 4 Course Special $9.99 per person


Early Bird Special 15% off (36 pm)

Mon.-Thurs. 11am9pm
Fri. - Sat. 11am10pm Sun. 12pm9pm
1303 Harding Hwy., Richland
(next to Richland Carpet)
Buena Vista Twp.

Cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid until 11/15/15.

1769 S. Lincoln Ave. Vineland NJ

856-691-5511

856-457-7360
Michael and Wandy Vasquez are seated by
owner Bart Ozdemir as they prepare to
enjoy their favorite tortellini soup.

The Golden Palace Diner is open 7 days a


week and is located at 2623 South Delsea
Drive in Vineland. To find out more, you
can visit them on Facebook and on their
website at: www.thegoldenpalace.com.

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Pork
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Boneless
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continued Michael. And the service is as
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menu is hundreds of items long, including
10 different kinds of three-egg omelets
perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Oh, and did I mention the dessert case?
Its filled with amazing cakes, pies and
everything else in between.
The average dinner prices range from
$8.99 to $16.99 and include their popular
sizzling chicken and steak dishes. All food
is made on the premises, including their
homemade meatloaf. The meatloaf, which
is made fresh in the kitchen every day, is
one of the restaurant's top sellers. The
restaurant also specializes in a tasty balsamic tilapia that continues to bring people back. Specials are also offered daily so
there is always something new cooking.

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going to a diner and having breakfast for dinner is
a real treat. The owner of
Golden Palace Diner on Delsea
Drive in Vineland assured me
that Im not the only one. Of
course, people also come for
the homemade soups, broiled
seafood, paninis, chili, burgers,
wraps, and more. There is no
shortage of choices, and the
service is fit for a king.
Ali Ozdemir and sons, Bart,
Haka and Mustafa opened The
Golden Palace, not to be confused with the Chinese restaurant of the same name, in 1991.
Since then, business has thrived as the
brothers, who now manage daily operations, continue to improve the facility, add
menu items and make customers feel at
home each and every time they walk in
the door. That family feel is one reason
why the restaurant is open even on holidays like Christmas and New Years Day
when most others in the area are closed.
We want to be here for our loyal customers, said Bart. The best part of owning this restaurant is the people. I see new
and familiar faces every day and enjoy
catering to so many people who work
locally at the hospital, shopping centers
and other nearby businesses.
It just so happens that as Bart was talking about how much his customers mean
to him, two of his favorites, Michael and
Wandy Vasquez arrived. Talk about perfect timing. Within minutes, they were
enjoying two heaping bowls of homemade
tortellini soup.
No matter where Im working on
Wednesdays, we always come for the
tortellini soup, said Michael. We love all
the food and eat here often, but never
miss a Wednesday. Even if we dont have
time to stay, we call and ask for some soup
to be put aside for pickup.
I must say, the soup did look delicious.
The restaurant is always clean and its nice
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14
Community Health Fair & Awareness
Day. Weymouth Twp. Community Center,
1201 Loretto Ave., Belcoville. 10 a.m.2
p.m. For general public, seniors, veterans,
and anyone with disabiltiy concerns. Free
admission. 609-626-2831.

College Prep Course for Parents. The

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GlassWorks, 1101 Wheaton Ave., Millville.


6:307:30 p.m. College Funding Authority
and accounting firm of PreziosiNicholson
and Associates will host course, for families with students in grades 912. Learn
how to maximize financial aid and avoid
common mistakes. RSVP: 1-888-697-9672,
or visit www.collegefundingauthority.com.

A Taste of Vineland & Volunteer


Recognition Event. Eastlyn Golf Course,
4049 Italia Ave., Vineland. 69 p.m. Main
Street Vineland fundraiser. Tickets $40.
www.mainstreetvineland.org. or 856-7948653 for more details.

Sip & Shop Wine and Cheese Party.


Shoreline Vintage, 1343 Harding Hwy.,
Richland. 856-213-5436. 7-9 p.m.

Millville Chamber General


Membership Luncheon. New Jersey
Motorsports Park, 8000 Dividing Creek
Rd., Millville. 11:30 a.m. Christina M.
Renna, VP, Chamber of Commerce
Southern NJ, gives update on a statewide
mandated earned sick leave policy for
businesses. $25. 856-825-2600.

Greater Vineland Chamber of


Commerce Cash Mob Event. Todds
News Agency, 235 S. Delsea Drive,
Vineland. 12:15 p.m.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15
Fido and Friends. Vineland Public
Library, 1058 E. Landis Ave., Vineland.
6:307:30 p.m. Children ages 6 to 12
may read to a dog. Dogs are insured
Certified Therapy Dogs. 856-794-4244,
ext. 4246 or www.vinelandlibrary.org

Greater Vineland Chamber of


Commerce General Membership
Luncheon. The Glassworks, 1101
Wheaton Ave., Millville. 11:30 a.m.
Presentation and facility tours by SNJ
Today. Members $25, non-members $30.

HR Association Monthly Gathering.


Cumberland County College, Luciano
Center, 3322 College Dr., Vineland. 5:30
p.m. $45. David Lichtenberg, Esq of Fisher
& Phillips LLC speaks on Data Breaches in
the Workplace. Reserve ASAP by visiting
http://hrasnj.shrm.org

Heart and Lung Education Session.


Inspira Medical Center, 1505 W. Sherman
Ave., Vineland. 12:301:30 p.m. Topic is
diabetes and the link to heart disease
facilitated by an Inspira registered dietitian. 856-641-7535 or email
educationregistration@ihn.org.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16
Relay for Life / Angel of Hope
Fundraiser. BJ Roasters, High St.,
Millville. 58 p.m. Contests, silent auction, baked goods, pink jewelry, other
items, all to support Relay team in fight
against breast cancer.

Annual Lobster Bake. Greenview Inn at


Eastlyn, 4049 Italia Ave., Vineland. Cocktails
at 6 p.m., dinner 7 p.m.. Inspira Health
Network Home Care and Hospice Lobster
Bake event offers Down-the-Cape style food
and fun. Tickets $90 per person with proceeds to benefit the Home Care and
Hospice program. 856-641-8290 for tickets.
Sunset Walk Planned to Raise
Awareness on Domestic Violence.
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(856) 697-4777

(corner of High and Sassafrass streets),


Millville. Registration 6 p.m.6:30pm;
Walk 6:30-7:30 p.m. Participants may
wear purple to show support of prevention
in community. 1-800-225-0196.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17
Harvest Day Celebration. Triple Oaks
Nursery, Florist & Herb Garden, 2359
Delsea Dr. (Rt. 47), Franklinville. Free lectures and demonstrations 11 a.m.5 p.m.
856-694-4272, www.tripleoaks.com
Self-Defense for Women and Girls.
Vineland Public Library, 1058 E. Landis
Ave. Vineland. 10 a.m.12 noon. Black
Belt Instructor Walter Miller will teach
those that attend how to defend themselves against an attack. Free event.
856-794-4244, ext. 4243.

Annual Oktoberfest. Lutheran Church


of the Redeemer, 2384 E. Landis Ave.,
Vineland. 1-5 p.m. Traditional German
foodsknockwurst, bratwurst and sauerbraten. Music for singing and dancing.
Adult (must be 21 of older) tickets $20 for
to enjoy German beer with food. Without
beer, tickets are $15, under 12 admitted
for $8, all available at the door. 691-4278.

Tickets sold at door, $10. Children 10 and


under $5. 856-451-3233.

OCTOBER 17 AND 18
Bellview Winery Italian Festival.
Bellview Winery, 150 Atlantic St., Landisville.
125 p.m. Celebrate Italian heritage with
music, local Italian food, Bellview wines
tasting tent, vendors. $15 pp, includes
wine tasting, admission, parking, music
and a glass to take home. ($10 for designated driver, No charge for 20 and under).

Elks Lodge, 1815 E Broad St, Millville.


Doors open at 5 p.m. Bingo at 7 p.m..
Proceeds benefit Special Olympians in
Atlantic, Cape May & Cumberland
Counties. Tickets $25 if purchased by
October 15. After that, tickets at the door
for $30. 856-825-8073) or 609-805-3041.

Ellison School, 1017 S. Spring Rd.,


Vineland. 3:154:30 p.m. Grades: 1 to 6.
No experience necessary; learn new
moves and fancy footwork. $10.

8 a.m.2 p.m. Parking, entrance in back.

Soup and Bake Sale. Union Hall, 904


Main St., Dividing Creek. 10:30
a.m.12:30 p.m. Takeouts only. 856-4474470 or 856-785-2013. Proceeds benefit
the historic Union Hall. Sponsored by:
Dividing Creek Historical Society.

Episcopal Church, 186 E. Commerce St.,


Bridgeto. 37 p.m. Eat in or take out.

(across from the YMCA)

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Chestnut Assembly of God, 2554 E.


Chestnut Ave., Vineland. 79 p.m. Dr. Joe
Stanton and Craig Pensabene, representatives from Millennium Health, will talk
about personal genetic testing, that allows
the correct psychotropic medication, in the
right dosage, to be prescribedeliminating
trial and error. 856-691-9234.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20
O.W.L.S. Fellowship for Seniors. First
Baptist Church, Rosemont and Catawba
Avenues in Newfield. 10 a.m. Carpooling
to Historic Smithville. All interested seniors are welcome. Attendees to buy lunch
at a Smithville eatery. RSVP required for
organizing carpools. 856-697-2217.

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Spaghetti Dinner. St. Andrew's

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Hip Hop and Jazzy Dance Fun.

NAMI Monthly Support Meeting.

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New Jersey Special Olympics Area 8


Eighth Annual Basket Bingo. Millville

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Orthodox Church Hall, 2211 W. Landis


Ave., Vineland (across from the Ramada).
12 noon4 p.m. $12 adults, $5 children
under 12, eat in or takeout.

lot on Chestnut Ave,. Vineland. 10 a.m.


Cancelled if there is rain. Open to all
classic American cars that include muscle cars, street rods, cruisers, rat rods
and specialty cars. Event is free, no fees
for participants. 856-692-8930.

Free L.A.
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Chicken Barbecue. Holy Trinity Russian

South Jersey Cruisers Fun Run 1


to Ocean City, NJ. Meet at VHS parking

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Michael J. Crawford, 39, of Fairfield


Township, passed away on October 2,
unexpectedly. Born in Somers Point,
Mike was raised in Galloway Township.
He was survived by four children.
Lowry Skip Stranaghan, 64, of
Millville, passed away on October 3, in
the Inspira Medical Center after a brief
illness. Skip was a welder working for
several different companies, most
notably Millville Iron Works. Skip was a
member of the Millville Eagles Aerie
#1836. He was an avid and skilled dart
shooter belonging to; the American
Dart League, Eagles Dart League and
the Jersey Devil Dart League. He is survived by his fiance Jane Henry and
her son Kevin; daughters Christina
Stranaghan (Lenny), Stephanie Napoli
(Josh) and Erika Gandy (Bret); and six
grandchildrenKeith, Brielle, Bryce,
Justin, Chase and Kamryn.
Ives W. Shaud, III, 55, of Millville died
on October 4, at the Cooper Medical
Center from injuries he received after
being hit by an automobile while riding
his bicycle on Sharp Street in Millville
on September 14, 2015. The motorist
did not stop and it is being classified
as a hit-and-run accident. Ives was
born in Millville and was a lifelong resident. Ives was an avid collector of old
movies and books, especially movies
on reels. Ives is survived by his parents
Ives II and Molly; brother Darrin Shaud
(Monica); sister Sherri Carman (David);
two nephews: Damian and Skylar; and
two nieces: Cheyanne and Isabella.
Cecile P. Allen, 91, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family
members on October 4. Born and
raised in Bridgeton, Cecile at 16 years
old, graduated from Bridgeton High in
1941, then went to work as an office
clerk for the Cumberland Mutual Fire
Insurance Company in Bridgeton. After
eight years, she met Bill Allen. They
were married and settled in Millville.
Mrs. Allen is survived by three sons:
Jeff and Craig of Millville, Jody of Mays
Landing and special family friend, David
Fendler. The family would like to thank
Maureen OGrady, Ceciles hospice
nurse who became a close family friend.
James P. ODonnell, 85, of Millville,
passed away on October 4, after a brief
illness. Mr. ODonnell had lived in
Millville since 1960. Jim will be
remembered for his many years as an
outstanding umpire in baseball and
softball. He founded, along with Neal

Oliver and Ed Birnstiel, the NJ Umpires


Association. He umpired from Little
League to semi-pro. He is survived by
his wife Anita; six sons Michael,
Andrew(Diane), Mark, Anthony (Leslie),
Patrick and Shawn; daughter Anita; sister Marie Bracht; 15 grandchildren and
three great grandkids.
Payton Riley Trzeciak, passed away
peacefully at CHOP on October 8. She
was born on May 18, 2015 and lived 4
1/2 glorious months. She enjoyed being
cuddled and loved by her two Big
Sisters and licked by her two overprotective dogs. Payton was the daughter
of Jason and Lisa Trzeciak of Vineland.
She is survived by her older siblings,
Skylar and Mia; her maternal and
paternal grandparents; great-grandmom; several aunts and uncles; many
cousins and lots of extended family.
Payton gave a lifetime of love and
blessings during her short time on
earth. She touched lives across the
world.
John Alan Trainer (aka The Stick),
80, of Upper Deerfield Township,
passed away peacefully at home on
October 8, unexpectedly. Born in Mays
Landing, John had lived in Cumberland
County for over 65 years. After high
school, John drove truck for several different trucking companies in South
Jersey and won the NJ State
Championship in the three-axle semitractor class at the Mid-Atlantic Truck
Roadeo in 1978. He then was eligible to
compete National Truck Roadeo in St.
Louis, MO. John played semi-pro football for the Hammonton Bears. He is
survived by his wife Barbara; son John
Kurt Trainer (Sherri), step-son Neil
Lang, Jr.; daughter Tina Terry
(Richard); sister Anne Taylor; six grandchildren Jordan, Courtney, Madison and
Asher (Trainer) and Kristen and
Richard, JR (Terry); and four great
grandchildrenGracie, Alaina, Colton
and Malcolm.
Geraldine Monestero, 73, of Vineland
and formerly of Hammonton, passed
away at her home on October 8.
Gerries greatest accomplishment was
being the chef/manager of the
Maplewood restaurant in Hammonton.
She will be remembered by her famous
Maplewood dish, Shrimp Geraldine,
which is fresh shrimp in a spicy white
sauce over homemade pasta. She is
survived by her sister Joan Brunozzi;
many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

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Well, it was actually the writer of the


broadcasts script, Howard Koch, who
used a map to successfully lead his alien
characters straight to this tiny farming
community. The writer had six days to
render Wells novel into an hour-long
radio drama in the form of news bulletins.
According to his account, published as
the 1970 book The Panic Broadcast, Koch
was returning from a visit with his family
up the Hudson in New York state and
somehow found himself on Route 9 in
New Jersey. He pulled into a gas station
and was given a map of the state by the
attendant.
Back in New York, starting to work,
Koch writes, I spread out the map, closed
my eyes and put down the pencil point. It
happened to fall on Grovers Mill. I liked
the sound. It had an authentic ring. Also,
it was near Princeton where I could logically bring in the observatory and the
astronomer, Professor Pierson, who
became a leading character in the drama.
It makes for a good story, but unlike
Kochs appraisal of the towns name, it
doesnt quite ring true. Koch needed an
appropriate rural location to accommodate the alien landing. If his pencil point
had fallen on Camden or Newark, the
Martians would have been denied a suitable landing spot.
Forested areas werent a good idea
either, but fields afforded a safe and
believable opportunity. And the fact that
Grovers Mill was small, relatively close to
New York City and largely unknown gave
it an advantage as a location.
A pencil point may have dropped on
the map, but it was most likely accompanied by some considerable thought and a
dash of Welles input, as well see later in
the series.
Koch completed the script in time and
the broadcast went on to make a name for
itself and Welles in the annals of history.
And while it is commemorated nationwide each Halloween, Grovers Mill is the
one place where it remains recognized
every day of the year. I

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n October 30, 1938, the airwaves carried news reports of


Martians landing on Earth and
threatening the human race.
Many listeners believed the broadcast, but
the story belonged to science fiction
writer H. G. Wells and his novel War of
the Worlds while the radio coverage of the
fictional attack belonged to Orson Welles,
whose idea it was to tell the tale as if the
events were happening in real time with
reporters covering them in the field. No
one from the Mercury Theater production
ever left the building during the show.
The same, however, cant be said of residents in the northeastern United States.
What made the broadcast so believable
was the news style of the story at a time
when the world was on the brink of a second world war. The thought of an attack,
by Martian, Nazi or anyone, would confirm the worst fears of American citizens
at the time, and this was what critics used
to attack Welles radio broadcast in the
aftermath of its transmission.
But timing wasnt the only factor that
lent itself to the credibility of a Martian
invasion. The location of the landing was
also an inspired choice.
Its doubtful many people in 1938
would have recognized the name Grovers
Mill. It happens to be a hamlet in central
New Jersey, part of West Windsor
Township, but it could almost be a fictional town in an American short story. It can
be reached by Cranbury Road, but travel a
short distance west and youll enter
Princeton Junction. A brief jaunt east will
land you in Cranbury.
The existence of Grovers Mill might be
a well-kept secret of this territory of New
Jersey. When I spoke to a group of workers in one of the chain stores in Princeton
Junction earlier this year, just one
employee was familiar with Grovers Mill
and only from a sign on a building he had
once passed. The others had never heard
of the location or the War of the Worlds
broadcast, yet Grovers Mill is a mere twominute drive down Cranbury Road from
here.
So how did the Martians find such an
unknown spot in the middle of the Garden
State? A map.

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OCTOBER 15 THROUGH 19
Nightlife at Old Oar House. Old Oar
House Irish Pub. 123 N. High St., Millville,
293-1200. Wed.: Karaoke. Fri.: Live music,
Pickles Duo 9 p.m. Sat.: Live music,
Charlie Maines 9 p.m.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15
Kansas. Landis Theater, E. Landis

Ave., Vineland. 7:30 p.m. The


group has spent more than four
decades as a part of the soundtrack of the lives of multiple generations of music lovers. Recent set
lists on the current tour have
included Point of Know Return,
Dust in the Wind, and Carry on
Wayward Son, among other blockbuster hits. Tickets $40.55 and $45.65 available at ticketmaster.com

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.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18
Friends of the Library Concert:
Magdaliz & Her Latin Ensemble
Crisol. Bridgeton Free Public Library,
150 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton. 3
p.m. Hispanic Heritage Month is highlighted. 856-451-2620.

OCTOBER 12 THROUGH 19
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.midnight. All TV sports packages: Drink specials seasonally. Call for
RSVP and details.

Nightlife at MVP Sports. 408 Wheat


Rd., Vineland. 856-697-9825. Food and
drink specials all week. Wed.: Pool tournament, cash prizes. Thurs.: DJ Real Deal.
Fri. Ladies Night 9 p.m.

Nightlife at The Centerton. Ten22, The

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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 Bojos Ale House. 222 N.

with us enjoying this hilarious comic. Hell


have you laughing till you cry in your
seats and, dont worry, we have tissues for
you. Bring a friend or two or and let this
award winning comedian give you a few
lessons and his perspective on life.
$32.50. www.levoy.net

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19
Free Music Lecture. Vineland Public
Library, 1058 E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 67:30 p.m. 6-7:30 p.m. Paul Somers, director
of Adult Education for the Bay-Atlantic
Symphony, will lecture on What is
American Music? Dvorak in America Walkins are welcome!

High St., Millville, 856-327-8011. Wed.:


Nick@Nite Open Mic 7 p.m. Thurs.: DJ 8
p.m. Fri.: Live music, 9 p.m. Sat.: DJ Gatti
9 p.m. Daily drink and food specials.

Steve Byrne. Bogarts Bookstore. 210 N.


blues/Ragtime music. Free. 79 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21

EVERY SATURDAY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17

Back in the Day Dance Party. Villa

Chris Lax. Bogarts Bookstore. 210 N.

Fazzolari, 821 Harding Hwy. (Rt. 40),


Buena. 856-697-7101. 7 p.m.midnight.
Five hours nonstop dance music from
1970s and 80s.

High St., Millville. Free. 24 p.m.

High St., Millville. 7 p.m. Tickets $8.


Admission free to students under 21 with
proper ID. 856-696-4445 or purchase
immediately prior at the Levoy Theatre.
Tickets available at $40 per person for a
dinner/ movie package: Enjoy a dinner at
Andrea Trattoria Italiana, 16 N. High St., in
Millville, at 5:15 p.m., then the movie at 7
p.m. Dinner will consist of a salad, main
course, dessert, and coffee or tea. Gratuity
is extra. Call 856-696-4445 for reservations.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14
2015 International Film Festival:
Bogowie. Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N. High
St., Millville. 7 p.m. Tickets $8. Admission
free to students under 21 with proper ID.
856-696-4445 or purchase immediately
prior at the Levoy Theatre.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16

The Poets Vineyard Poetry Group.


Vineland Historical Museum and
Antiquarian Society, 108 S. 7th St.,
Vineland. 10 a.m. All poets and those who
enjoy poetry are welcome. No dues. Poets
meet to read, discuss their work and
review publication possibilities. Presenter
is award-winning poet Nancy Steelman.
Free parking lot across from Museum.
856-691-1111 or email
vinelandhistory@gmail.com.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15
Ralphie May. Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18

High St., Millville. Meet and Greet at 6


p.m. Show starts 8 p.m. Winner of the first
season of Last Comic Standing, Ralphie
May currently has a comedy special airing
on Netflix called Ralphie May Unruly:
Hes got issues. Come spend your night

2015 International Film Festival: The


Jewish Cardinal. Levoy Theatre, 126-130
N. High St., Millville. 4 and 7 p.m. Tickets
$8. Admission free to students under 21
with proper ID. 856-696-4445 or purchase
immediately prior at the Levoy Theatre.

2015 International Film Festival: The


Great Beauty. Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N.

Sean Gaskell. Vineland Public Library,


1058 E. Landis Ave., Vineland. 6:30 p.m.
Gaskell will give a performance/educational demonstration on the Kora, an ancient
21-stringed harp from West Africa. He will
feature traditional songs that are the heart
and soul of the Koras musical repertoire
in addition to some of his own personal
compositions. He has studied extensively
under the instruction of Malamini Jobarteh
and Moriba Kuyateh of Brikama, The
Gambia, and Kane Mathis of Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Jazz Showcase. Guaracini Performing Arts


Center, Sherman Ave. and College Dr.,
Vineland. 7:30 p.m. The Cumberland County
College Jazz Ensemble and Wind Symphony
performs along with other jazz bands.

OCTOBER 22 THROUGH 24
Frankenstein Rocks. Landis Theater, E.
Landis Ave., Vineland. 7:30 p.m. Comedic
rock musical that explodes onto the stage
with all you would expect from an 80s style
hair metal rock concert! Hilarious adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic tale! Tickets
$15 to $25, available at ticketmaster.com.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28
One Book-One College Author

Presentation. Luciano Theatre, Guaracini


Fine & Performing Arts Center, Sherman
Ave. and College Drive, Vineland. 7 p.m.
Cumberland's One Book-One College reading campaign will be highlighted with a
visit from "Orphan Train" author Christina
Baker Kline. Free.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3
Hot Tuna Acoustic. Landis Theater, E.
Landis Ave., Vineland. 7:30 p.m. The name
Hot Tuna invokes many different moods
and reactions: To some, Hot Tuna is a
reminder of some wild and happy times.
To others, that name will forever be linked
to their own discovery of the power and
depth of American blues and roots music.
To newer fans, Hot Tuna is a tight, masterful duo that is on the cutting edge of great
music. Tickets $43.60 and $56.90 available at ticketmaster.com

Vineland High School Football

Player of the Week(s)


Saturday, October 3 & 10, 2015
29-6 Loss vs. St. Joseph of Hammonton
21-24 Loss vs. Atlantic City
Daivon Seymore was the Player of the Game in both of the last two
weeks; The Player of the Game recap was inadvertently omitted from
last weeks issue of The Grapevine.
Vineland has a Bye this week.
The Fighting Clan (2-3) will travel to Absegami (2-2)
on Friday, October 23 to take on the Braves at 7pm.

#28 Daivon Seymore


Running Back Junior
6' 1" 220 lbs

In the Oct. 3 game at St. Joe of Hammonton, Daivon had 20 rushes for 103
yards (5.6 yard average); including a 56-yard TD run on the Fighting Clan's first
drive of the game. Daivon also had an impact on special teams with 39 total
yards on 2 kickoff returns and 1 tackle on punt coverage.
In Saturdays 21-14 loss to Atlantic City, Daivon led all offensive players with
147 yards of total offense, including 16 rushes for 73 yards (4.6 avg.) and 2
receptions for 74 yards. Daivon had the game's longest play from scrimmage: a
73-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter.
Through 5 games, Daivon has 585 rushing yards on 80 carries (7.3-yard avg.)
and 7 touchdowns. He is averaging just over 126 yards per game of total
offense.
Head Coach: Dan Russo Athletic Director: Don Robbins
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HIGH SCHOOL REUNIONS


For details about these reunions, e-mail or call the numbers provided.
The VHS Class of 1960 is holding its 55-year reunion on Saturday, October
24 at the Buena Vista Country Club from 6-10 p.m. Cost is $75 per person
and $130 per couple. For more information, or to RSVP, please contact Hank
Ehrlich at 856-498-5420.
The Delsea Regional High School Class of 1965 will be holding its 50th year
reunion on Sunday, October 25 (Homecoming Weekend), at Aulettos in
Almonesson, NJ, 1849 Cooper Street from 2 to 6 p.m. Additional activities
planned throughout the weekend. Classmates and those wishing to attend are
asked to provide their email and/or mailing addresses. Call Louanne Gerlack
Straus, 856-589-6557 or e-mail at lgs508w@aol.com or Monica Burgess Zuba,
856-694-1112 or email at mazuba@comcast.net.
The Vineland High School Class of 1954 is having a reunion luncheon on
Thursday, October 29, 1 p.m. at Marciano's Restaurant, 947 N. Delsea Drive,
Vineland. Cost is $20 per person which includes tax and tip. You have a
choice from four entrees, salad, beverage and dessert. To insure proper
accommodations and for more information, please contact Robert Linton at
691-7855. Guests are welcome. Bring e-mail or phone contact information.
Buena Regional High School Class of 1980 is celebrating their 35th reunion.
Friday, November 27 at the Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf Course, 4049 Italia
Ave., Vineland. All class members are urged to attend, planned the day after
Thanksgiving. For more information, contact, Judy Testa at jtesta13@gmail.com856-498-0336 or Sharon Galbiati at Brunozzisbg@comcast.net or 609-381-6178.
The Classes of 1975. (VHS and Sacred Heart) will begin their weekend celebration on Friday, October 23, revisiting the High School at 3 p.m. The VHS Class
of 1975 will fondly remember those classmates who are deceased; non-denominational services will begin at 6 p.m. at the Church of the Resurrection (formerly
known as Trinity Church,) 8th and Wood Street in Vineland. Then a casual get
together at Lunas at Merighi's Savoy Inn. 40th class reunion on Saturday,
October 24. Enjoy the evening at Villa Fazzolari, beginning at 6 p.m. Tickets will
be $55 per person and include appetizers, dinner, dessert and entertainment.
Sunday Brunch at Larry's II at 11am then Walk the Track at VHS at 1 p.m. Finally
we will spend the evening in Atlantic City, 7 p.m. meet in the Tango Bar at the
Quarter in Tropicana. For more information, go to the VHS Class of 1975 40th
Reunion on Facebook.

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Kettle Village, Lancaster County, PA,
October 22. Pickup is Dante and
Lincoln parking lot across from the
Family Dollar Store at 9 a.m. and 9:15
a.m. second pick up Buena Gardens
Apts, 114 W. Arctic Avenue, Minotola.
Bus leaves Kitchen Kettle Village at
2:30 p.m. Call 856-691-9194 for seat
reservations on bus. Cost of trip is $35
(admission, bus ride). Checks payable:
Vineland Baseball Parent Association.
The Friends of the Vineland Public
Library are offering bus trips to New
York City on Saturday, November 7
and Saturday, December 12. Design
your own itinerary and enjoy the theater, museums, shopping, and diverse
restaurants in the Big Apple. The cost
is $38 (includes transportation, helpful handouts). Call 856-794-4244, ext.
4734 for details, or go to library (1058
E. Landis Avenue) MondayFriday, 9
a.m.-5 p.m. to purchase tickets. All
proceeds benefit Vineland Public
Library.
The Vineland Baseball Parent Assoc.

is sponsoring a trip to The Golden


Nugget, AC, NJ onThursday,
November 12. Cost is $20, includes
motor coach, snacks, $25 slot credit
and $5 food credit. Bus leaves Lincoln
and Dante Ave. parking lot across
from the Family Dollar Store at 9:45
a.m. and second pick up at Borough
of Buena Mun. Building 616 Central
Ave, Minotola. Call 691-9194. Checks
payable to Vineland Baseball Parent
Assoc and mail to 2059 Venezia
Avenue Vineland 08361.
Motor coach bus trip to Golden
Nugget, AC, NJ, on Thursday,
November 12. Cost $20, includes
transportation, snacks, $25 in slot
credit and $5 in food credit. Bus
leaves Dante and Lincoln parking lot
across from the Family Dollar Store at
9:45 a.m.; second pick up at Buena
Municipal, 616 Central Avenue,
Minotola. Bus departs Golden Nugget
at 5 p.m. Checks payable: Vineland
Baseball Parent Association. Mail to
2059 Venezia Ave., Vineland, NJ
08361. Call 856-691-9194 for seat
reservations.

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

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BRIDGETON
16 Rugby Ln., Fannie Mae (by Atty.) to
Carmen D Figueroa on 6/2/15 for $35,000
166 Cottage Ave., Fannie Mae (by Atty.) to
Rodriguez Priscilla LLC on 6/2/15 for
$39,000
196-198 Irving Ave., US Bank Trust (by
Atty.) to Austin E Headrick on 6/3/15 for
$51,000
196 Irving Ave., Austin E Headrick to
Haus Boys LLC on 6/3/15 for $51,000
26 Ewing St., Cobalt Investments LLC to
Vincent J Parenti, Sr. on 6/4/15 for
$26,500

COMMERCIAL TWP
1483 E Buckshutem Rd., Joseph F
ODonnell (Exec.) to Christopher Heaton
on 6/1/15 for $100,000
DEERFIELD TWP
470 Garrison Rd., Robert B Wolak to
Torin L Barnes on 6/2/15 for $222,000
45 Rosedale Drive., Waca Investments
LLC to Samantha Boss on 6/3/15 for
$149,900
HOPEWELL TWP
172 Mary Elmer Dr., Kenneth H Peploe to
Lauren N Dubois on 6/1/15 for $169,900

These transactions of $10,000 or more were filed with Cumberland County in the month
of June 2015 (May and June in Vineland; transactions may have occurred in an earlier
month). Names listed may, in some cases, be those of buyers or sellers representatives.
123 Old Cohansey Rd., Wiliam L Hewitt,
Jr. to Michael R Swope on 6/2/15 for
$125,000
MAURICE RIVER TWP
103 Newell Rd., Renee P Foulks (Exec.) to
Charles E Sayres, II on 6/4/15 for $36,000
30 E Point Rd., John P Caraher to Luis
Arana on 6/8/15 for $224,000
LAWRENCE TWP
622 Main St., Eugene Carlton (Est. by
Exec.) to Angelo Gaudelli on 6/3/15 for
$132,500

367 Main St., Parish of The Holy Cross to


Stephen K Conaway on 6/4/15 for $79,500
786 Main St., Jane E Rowland (Exec.) to
W Kent Elder on 6/8/15 for $95,000
MILLVILLE
116 King Ave., Angelina Chopek to Roger
D Frost on 6/1/15 for $65,000
529 Richard Dr., Sec. of Housing & Urban
Development to Shis Investment LLC on
6/1/15 for $71,500
1825 Silver Run Rd., Charles A Griner to
Frank Davis on 6/1/15 for $94,000
2443 Mistletoe Ln., Patricia D Bailey
(Exec.) to Douglas M Todd on 6/1/15 for
$139,000
214 Sw Lake Shore Dr., Amy C Richter to
Jay L Laubengeyer on 6/1/15 for $142,000
1200 W Buckshutem Rd., Jeffrey L
Wolfrom to Kenneth H Peploe on 6/1/15
for $256,000
514 E Vine St., Chaad Investments LLC to
Akr Realty LLC on 6/2/15 for $40,000
5 S Pearl St., Chaad Investments LLC to
Akr Realty LLC on 6/2/15 for $55,000
1780 Silver Run Rd., William Bernhardt, Jr.
to Carol A Dowd on 6/2/15 for $149,900
307 N 11th St., Sumner Bruce Lippincott
(Exec.) to Stephen Bryce Lippincott on
6/3/15 for $120,000
2107 W Main St., Samuel J Herdman, Sr.
to Phillip Manduke on 6/4/15 for $85,000
904 E Vine St., Louise M Jones (Exec.) to
Tyler J Vanleer on 6/4/15 for $117,500
1302 Goldfinch Ln., Stanley G
Wojciechowski to Timothy Moore on
6/4/15 for $233,000
1003 Dock St., Fannie Mae (by Atty.) to
Victor F Rone on 6/5/15 for $25,500
217 S 14th St., Joyce Garton to Frank F
Dolson on 6/5/15 for $130,000
321 5th St. North., Alan F Feldman (Ptr.,
TA) to Jeffrey Giuliani on 6/8/15 for
$27,000
4 N 7th St., Fannie Mae (by Atty.) to
Williams Atlantic LLC on 6/8/15 for $28,500
15 Jewel Rd., US Bank Trust (by Atty.) to
Eugenia Caprioni on 6/8/15 for $42,001
34 Cornwall Ave., Ellen A Andrus to
Alexander K Hess on 6/8/15 for $134,000
STOW CREEK TWP
866 Columbia Hwy., Howard R Hiles
(Adm.) to Helen Rebecca Miller on 6/3/15
for $172,000
12 Serata Dr., Paul H Lippie to Michael B
Tuck on 6/8/15 for $110,000
UPPER DEERFIELD
2 Landis Ave., 2 Landis Ave LLC to 608610 Mullica Hill Rd LLC on 6/2/15 for
$77,000
548 Morton Ave., Cosmo Paladino to
Michael A Barnabei on 6/3/15 for $117,500
49 Husted Station Rd., Joseph P Nerz to
Benjamin H Turner, IV on 6/4/15 for
$175,000
VINELAND
2649 School Ln., Angel L Santiago to
Carmencita Negron on 5/14/15 for $121,000
1196 Fairmount Ave., Fannie Mae (by

1875 Philip St., John C Marcacci to Norman


Ashton, Jr. on 5/29/15 for $290,000
2472 London Ln., Brian P Riordan to Xiao
Ling Shi on 5/29/15 for $345,000
315 S Brewster Rd., Sec. of Veterans
Affairs to George Schaser on 6/1/15 for
$40,000
1061 E Wheat Rd., Jack S Kelly to John A
Casadia, Jr. on 6/1/15 for $75,000
2546 Pennsylvania Ave., Christopher P
Sutton to Amy D Leslie on 6/1/15 for
$120,000
16 Temple Rd., Steven M Archer to
Cleopatra M Hibbert on 6/1/15 for $125,900
2130 Palermo Ave., Kuzmicz D&D
Construction LLC to Vladimir A Romanov
on 6/1/15 for $170,000
1152 Woodcrest Dr., Shana Nicole Campbell

to Carmen Clavell on 6/1/15 for $218,000


2567 Monroe Ave., Kuzmicz D&D
Construction LLC to Brian M Burger on
6/1/15 for $297,500
3709 Canterbury Ln., Richard A Asselta
to David Crescenzo on 6/1/15 for
$450,000
223 N East Ave., Suhaily Valentin to
Hector Acevedo on 6/2/15 for $55,000
560 Mayfair St., Sec. of Housing & Urban
Development to Neida I Cruz on 6/2/15
for $75,000
421 W Plum St., Mateo Vazquez to
Maricarmen Acevedo on 6/2/15 for $125,000
811 Columbia Ave., Kristin A McManus to
Erwin Perez on 6/2/15 for $149,900
53 W Almond St., Albert Giercyk (Ind.
Exec.) to Gerardo L Rivera on 6/2/15 for
$153,000

1257 Harding Rd., Anna Bettini to Chad L


Coltri on 6/2/15 for $160,000
1407 Washington Ave., Gamaliel Cruz to
Raymond Orama, Jr. on 6/2/15 for
$175,000
1522 Fela Dr., Kathleen C Comparri
(Exec.) to Maksim Tsyganyuk on 6/2/15
for $184,900
171 Redcrest St., Bonita A Tursini (Exec.)
to David DiLeonardo on 6/5/15 for
$41,000
505 Grandview Ave., Brian Giovinazzi (P.
Rep.) to Michael D Muzzarelli on 6/8/15
for $129,500
1393 N Main Rd., Thomas R Cox to Aaron
Pearl on 6/8/15 for $150,000
1051 W Sherman Ave., Tachbuster LLC to
Medical Properties of Vineland LLC on
6/8/15 for $470,000

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Atty.) to Raymundo F Martinez on 5/14/15


for $141,000
3440 Siena Way., Fannie Mae (by Atty.) to
Danielle L Ragone on 5/14/15 for $260,000
2547 Valhalla Rd., Nicholas Biagi to
Gurpreet Singh on 5/14/15 for $316,000
2569 London Ln., Sherwood Forest
Homes LLC to James Morris on 5/15/15
for $246,000
1473 W Forest Grove Rd., Transweb LLC
to 1473 Wfg LLC on 5/15/15 for $937,600
1474 W Forest Grove Rd., Bdgs Inc. to
1473 Wfg LLC on 5/15/15 for $2,262,400
1299 W Forest Grove Rd., Bdgs Inc. to
1299 Wfg LLC on 5/15/15 for $3,600,000
990 W Forest Grove Rd., Kevin Meehan to
Ines Perez Matias on 5/18/15 for $115,000
695 Ridgewood Dr., Allison Heather
Domboski to Holvin Figueroa, Jr. on
5/19/15 for $194,000
574 N West Ave., Glenn W Vastano to
Alexy Miranda on 5/20/15 for $55,500
3037 Mays Landing Rd., Kathleen M
Barber (Exec.) to Roman Berzin on
5/20/15 for $56,000
330 E Forest Grove Rd., Rafael A Distasio
to Paul Sosnoff on 5/20/15 for $87,000
2913 S East Blvd., Ajm Packaging Corp.
to Gregory Schoenberger on 5/20/15 for
$130,000
751 South West Ave., Jose A Gonzalez to
Debra L McCloud on 5/20/15 for $159,751
3541 North East Blvd., Blue Bell
Properties LLC to Carlos Ivan Bezares on
5/20/15 for $160,000
838 E Elmer St., Jason Brandt to Yarilee
Miranda on 5/21/15 for $30,000
2983 Ne Blvd., Victor B Malench, Sr. to
Christopher Malench on 5/21/15 for
$40,000
114 Doren Terr., Oleg Torbin to Jacqueline
Hinton on 5/21/15 for $140,000
1043 S 8th St., Benedetto Andreoli (Ind.
Exec., by Atty.) to Mayra Rosa on 5/26/15
for $119,000
735 S Main Rd. #42, Wilfrido Velazquez
to Rebecca L Kenyon on 5/26/15 for
$140,000
2680 Old Farm Dr., Todd E Horan to John
Macneill on 5/26/15 for $192,500
1164 Fairmount Ave., Citimiortgage Inc.
(by Atty.) to Diego A Rivera on 5/27/15 for
$65,200
735 S Main Rd. #23, Debra L Levin (Exec.)
to Regina Miletta on 5/27/15 for $116,000
4840 Covered Bridge Rd., Zae Uh Shim to
Obed Bermudez on 5/27/15 for $570,000
1230 &C Woodlawn Ave., City of Vineland
to RPJ Properties LLC on 5/28/15 for
$65,475
1 S Myrtle St., Federal Home Loan
Mortgage Corp. (by Atty.) to Luis Rivera
on 5/28/15 for $73,000
2501 Cavallo Dr., Stacey L Fanucci to
Anthony Oliva on 5/28/15 for $227,700
2171 Vine Rd., Anthony J Valleta (Est. by
Exec.) to Keith Jeffers on 5/29/15 for
$75,000
230 Oaklawn Terr., US Bank Trust (by
Atty.) to ONeill Cotto on 5/29/15 for
$116,000
2419 E Landis Ave., Parrish Enterprises
LLC to Madeline Zucal on 5/29/15 for
$249,900

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Seven candidates are vying to fill four open seats on the Vineland Board of Education in
the November 3 election.
The five candidates seeking election to one of the three, three-year terms are Inez
Acosta (Incumbent), Jeffrey M. Bordley, Xavier Cardona, Cedric Holmes and Christopher
Jennings (Incumbent).
Donald Anthony Carter and F. John Sbrana vie for a one-year term.
Candidate profiles for the Vineland Board of Education are presented in alphabetical
order beginning below and continuing on the next three pages.

Inez Acosta
As of presstime on Monday, The Grapevine had not received responses from incumbent candidate Inez Acosta.

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Jeffrey M. Bordley

Age: 34. Lifelong resident (born and


raised).
Do you have any family members
employed by the district? Do you have any
other conflicts of interest that would preclude you from voting on matters pertaining to the BOE or school district?
I do not have any family members
employed by the district that I am aware
of in the capacity of teachers or support
staff. I do have a cousin who is a parttime employee as a security officer. Other
than something directly related to his
employment, I do not have any conflicts
that would preclude me from voting on
any matters that I am aware of at this
time.
Why are you running for a seat on the
School Board?
I am dedicated to serving our youth. I
believe that our children represent our
future and issues with todays society can
only be changed or improved through
positive measures with our children. We

need to present opportunity, positive role


models, and positive peer-to-peer contact
between our youth. As a coach of several
sports (softball, baseball, soccer) and a
current and past member of several
boards (East Vineland Little League,
Vineland Police Athletic League), I am
looking forward to continuing my service
of our citys children and providing positive influences and beneficial experiences
to carry the students through their adulthood.
What do you perceive as the top two
issues affecting Vinelands public schools?
Please tell the readers of The Grapevine
how you, as a school board member, would
address each of these issues
SafetyIn this day of horrific events
facing our schools, I believe that the safety of our students and staff have to be our
top priority along with fiscal responsibility. I believe that more work is necessary
to improve on our current safety measures to ensure we provide the best the
best possible education
Fiscal ResponsibilityOur school has a
large budget that has faced shortfalls in
recent years. I believe with my career as
an investigator, I have a strong background in teamwork and research I
strongly believe that as a person who is
skilled conducting research, I will be able
to present cost-effective solutions to balance the schools budget. Through this
research, I can then work with the board
as a team in order to present a fiscally
responsible budget with minimal impact
on taxpayers and without more sacrificing from our already overly tasked staff.
Please accept my sincere thanks for
allowing me this opportunity to present
myself as a candidate for the Vineland
Board of Education.

Age: 18. Lived in Vineland for 15 years.


Do you have any family members
employed by the district? Do you have any
other conflicts of interest that would preclude you from voting on matters pertaining to the BOE or school district?
No I do not have any family members
employed by the district. To the best of my
knowledge I have no conflicts of interest
that would bar me from voting on matters
pertaining to the BOE or the school district.
Why are you running for a seat on the
School Board?
I believe in giving back. The city of
Vineland and its school district have given
me so much since moving here. I believe it
is only fair to the community that after
giving me an education for 13 years, and
after helping me become who I am today
that I give back to them by running for the
Vineland Board of Education. I am running for the VBOE because I believe that
Vineland has an amazing school district
and it deserves honest and dedicated people to be members of its school board. My
running mates and I bring a fresh perspective to the board due to our very
recent activity in the school districts as
students. As recent graduates we are the
product of 13 years of board decisions and
we know the most recent issues facing
this district. I want to make the Vineland
Public School system even greater than it
already is, that is why I'm running.
What do you perceive as the top two
issues affecting Vinelands public schools?
Please tell the readers of The Grapevine
how you, as a school board member, would
address each of these issues.
I believe that the two greatest issues
affecting Vineland's Public School system
is the budget shortfalls in the upcoming
fiscal year, and a lack of faith in our school
district from members of the community.
Being only one of nine board members I
know that I cannot do it all on my own.
The budget is a very important topic and

needs to be treated as seriously as possible. A $196 million budget is no joke, some


may ask how Im qualified to budget such
a large sum of money, my answer to that is
that Im not alone, I am not the sole
decider on the budget. Central administration proposes the budget and a board of
nine members as a group amend that
budget and attempt to balance it. It would
be the nine of us working together during
the budgeting process. I dont believe simply throwing money at a problem will
make it better.
Raising property taxes is not something
our city can withstand, we are a poor district with many residents who rent property as opposed to owning it. Increasing
the tax burden on our citizenry isnt the
perfect solution, its like a bandaid. As a
board member, I would work closely with
my fellow members and central administration to completely assess the entire
budget and find any weak areas where
excess funding isnt necessary. I would
work with them to find alternative, more
cost effective solutions to many of our
programs. If we can find cheaper food,
condiments, and supplies that have the
same quality as the more costly variety I
believe we should seek out those more
cost-effective services. I believe we can
make do even with a budget shortfall
ahead of us if we truly examine the budget
and find which areas that monies can be
reallocated from and to, I know our school
board can do it.
On the topic of faith in our schools, I
believe our schools are one of the best in our
area but the perceived threats and danger at
our high school scare many parents away
from sending their children to VHS.
Unfortunately, we only ever hear of the
fights or arrests that occur at our high
school, we never hear of the amazing, positive events and successes our school has
every day. We have many amazing clubs in
our school including the National Honors
Society and the Interact club. Both of these
clubs are so generous and involved in the
community but we never hear of their successful events or how they give back so
much to the community. I believe if we stop
focusing so much on the negative and more
on the positive we could bring faith back to
our school district. As a board member I
would advocate for this school district, I
would want the entire community to know
of the amazing education, clubs, plays, and
charity works that happen in our schools
every day. We truly do have an amazing
school district, one that can educate our
children better than anyone around us, if we
can just wipe away the veil of fear overshadowing our district's success, I believe we can
bring faith back to our schools and prove to
the parents of our community that our
schools are worth sending their children to.

Donald Anthony Carter

Age: 51
Resident: 51
Do you have any family members
employed by the district? Do you have any
other conflicts of interest that would preclude you from voting on matters pertaining to the BOE or school district?
I have no family members working for
the district at this time.
I have zero conflicts of interest that
would preclude me from voting on matters pertaining to the BOE.
Why are you running for a seat on the
School Board?
I believe I am running for a seat on
this board (City of Vineland School
Board) to continue some of the projects I
have been a part of and some of which I
have started, there are too many to mention. There is no personal gain for me
from this except the extreme satisfaction
that I am contributing to our community;
and in a way that it will have lasting
effects on our society. Our children are
the citizens that will one day inherit the
same ground we occupy right now. We
need to prepare them to be able to make
solid and sound decisions. We need to
give them the tools and knowledge to be
leaders in our City, County and State. We
need to be responsible stewards of our
taxpayer dollars in this City and State.
Finally, we need to educate our children

and offer all of the opportunities that are


available for them to learn. We need to
produce upstanding, educated adults and
I believe we have done that for many
years in the City of Vineland Public
Schools.
What do you perceive as the top two
issues affecting Vinelands public schools?
Please tell the readers of The Grapevine
how you, as a school board member, would
address each of these issues.
I believe one of our top issues in this
district is the family unit. I believe we
have the Administrators in place i. e.
Superintendent, Assistant
Superintendents, Principals and Vice
Principals that understand our issues and
work extremely hard to provide an
atmosphere that cultivates activities that
bring families together. We need to
remain with the hometown school
mentality and support the family unit as
much as possible.
Our second issue is the obvious.....our
budget. As I have stated, I am not a proponent of raising taxes. It appears it is
going to be inevitable. I do not want to
sacrifice any more services for our students or jobs for our city and surrounding
county. The reason I am not for raising
taxes is that the State (which is our tax
dollars also) may finally realize we are in
need of more funding. At this time, I am
in favor of a 4% tax increase, which will
give the district approximately $800.000
more revenue in the next budget year.
This action may also have an effect on
what the State gives us in funding in the
future. We raised taxes for the first time
in 12 years this year and it was only a 2%
increase, which accounted for about $30
yearly for the homeowner. The State is
under the impression that we (the district) are OK. We are not!I do not want
to end up like other districts where firing
personnel and eliminating programs were
the only option. I want to save jobs. I
want to create jobs. I want our kids developed, not enveloped.

Candidate profiles for the Vineland Board of Education are presented in


alphabetical order and continue on the next page.

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General Election: November 3, 2015


Polls open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Military and Overseas
Civilian Voters (only) can electronically transmit requests for
mail-in ballots as well as electronically transmit voted ballot
materials. For further information please call 856-453-4865 or
e-mail: votebymailrequest@co.cumberland.nj.us.

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Age: 18. Lived in Vineland: 13 years.


Do you have any family members
employed by the district? Do you have any
other conflicts of interest that would preclude you from voting on matters pertaining
to the BOE or school district?
No
Why are you running for a seat on the
School Board?
My desire to serve the people of his
great community and to enable the students in our schools to reach their fullest
potential is merely a small way of paying
back all that has been afforded to me
through all of my years in the school system. From a very young age, I chose to
devote my life to service; in my church, as a
former volunteer for the New Jersey
Veterans Memorial Home here in Vineland,
and as a member of Congressman Frank
LoBiondos Youth Advisory Council.
Vineland is a great town, but it is often
given a bad name. Children in our schools
are taught that when they graduate, they
must go away to college and not return
because there is nothing to offer. When
people leave the city, jobs leave the city, and
when jobs leave the city, the city ultimately
loses its vision. The 2010 Census showed
that less than 14% of Vineland residents
possess a Bachelors degree. Successful
schools systems and job availability are, in
my opinion, the two biggest selling points
to bring both high school graduates and
people from other areas into Vineland.
Unemployment rates are currently at 9.2%
and nothing will get better until we REVITALIZE VINELANDS EDUCATION and
convince high school graduates to move
back here and raise their families. As a
recent graduate of Vineland High School, I
am aware of the ample amount of opportunities that our community and school district have to offer. If elected, I would like to
give every student in the district access to
these avenues of achievement.

What do you perceive as the top two


issues affecting Vinelands public schools?
Please tell the readers of The Grapevine how
you, as a school board member, would
address each of these issues.
The top two issues I see affecting
Vineland Public Schools would be safety
and the budget. As far as safety is concerned, our students and staff need to feel
and be secure at all times. As a recent high
school graduate, I have experienced fire,
shelter in place, active shooter, and lockdown drills and know the importance of
each of them. Too often in the news are we
informed of school shootings in the elementary, middle, and high schools and it
hits very close to home. There have been
142 school shootings in the United States
since 2013 with 45 of them occurring this
year alone. We as a school board need to
take all steps necessary to ensure something like this does not occur in our
schools. I believe that a way to prevent situations like this from happening would be
to look for further security measures to
equip our schools with, such as metal
detectors, stricter security policies, and to
maintain and or increase Vineland Police
presence within all levels of the schools.
Not only do students need to feel safe in
school, but they also need to feel safe going
to and from school. Vineland is a very large
school district and unfortunately not every
student can be provided bussing if they live
within the permitted radius of the school.
With that being said, there are extremely
busy roads that these students as young as
five years old have to walk down that are
not adequately equipped with sidewalks.
Within the last few months, major
improvements have been made, most
notably near Wallace Middle School, where
sidewalks have been installed along North
Mill and West Oak Roads. In order to cater
to all of our districts walkers and bike riders, I would like to reach out to the city,
county, and state officials to express our
districts need for proper funding to pave
these sidewalks.
The second issue affecting the district is
the budget. This fiscal year, the board will
be faced with a multi-million dollar deficit.
Cuts will unfortunately have to be made,
but my hope is that these cuts will be well
thought out and have their options
weighed. The budget will have to be looked
at scrupulously and spending will have to
be minimal. I look forward to being on the
school board this November and working
with the central administration and fellow
board members to do what is ultimately
best for the students, staff, and stakeholders in this community.

Christopher E. Jennings

BOE CANDIDATES

F. John Sbrana

Continued from previous page

Cedric P. Holmes

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Age: 18
Resident: 18 years
Do you have any family members
employed by the district? Do you have any
other conflicts of interest that would preclude you from voting on matters pertaining to the BOE or school district?
No.
Why are you running for a seat on the
School Board?
I believe that it is time for change.
Being a recent graduate of Vineland High
School and being in the school system for
13 years, I see the issues and problems
first hand. I also see the great things that
our school district has to offer. I offer

new perspective, a new vision and a new


direction to add to the school board. I am
running because I believe that I will serve
the community, parents and most importantly the students well.
What do you perceive as the top two
issues affecting Vinelands public schools?
Please tell the readers of The Grapevine
how you, as a school board member, would
address each of these issues.
1. Budget: The budget is $200 million
but we are a large school district with a
lot of students and a lot of employees.
During budgeting season, the community
needs to be involved in decisions. The
community should be there to gain
knowledge about how the district spends
the money and also how we save. If anyone has a suggestion, I urge them to come
out to the board meetings. When you
bring forth an issue, try to provide a
solution. If anything needs to be
changed, community involvement is
most important.
2. Education vs. Policies: I believe that
right now, there is too much emphasis
being placed on certain policies like the
school uniform. We have to think about
what's most important and that's making
sure our students are ready for real life.
Too many times Ive watched teachers
spend time writing students up rather
than teaching. Education is whats most
important and that should be our main
focus.

Age: 65. Lifelong resident.


Do you have any family members
employed by the district? Do you have any
other conflicts of interest that would preclude you from voting on matters pertaining to the BOE or school district?
No.
Why are you running for a seat on the
School Board?
Since 1995, my job as coordinator and
later as director of communications has
been to protect and enhance the image of
Vineland Public Schools with a broad
range of media initiatives. In this capacity,
I have attended all but a handful of the
hundreds of meetings held by the Board of
Education.
During these two decades of service to
the school district, I have worked with
many local government agencies, community, and public service organizations, and
numerous social groups.
I am retiring from this position in
December, but I can think of no better
way to start the next stage of my life than
by volunteering to serve the interests of
the students, staff, administration, and the
taxpayers of Vineland as a board member.
What do you perceive as the top two
issues affecting Vinelands public schools?
How would you, as a school board member,

would address each of these issues?


Finances
Curriculum
Please tell the readers of The Grapevine
how you, as a school board member, would
address each of these issues.
The district faces a serious budget
deficit in 2016-2017.
As a board member, I would consider
raising taxes as a last resort, not a first
step, in solving a budget problem.
In addition to continuing cost-savings
programs, such as the energy abatement
initiative, I would want every department
to scrutinize every line item to reduce
spending.
I would also endorse:
* Advertising appropriate for public
viewing on buses;
* Continued and expanded sponsorships
* Consider business partnerships with
high profile companies to provide funding
for programs such as science, technology,
engineering and math (STEM);
* Shared services with other government entities;
* Put greater emphasis on the pursuit
of grant funding; and
* Explore how a foundation could provide financial support for the school district.
To compete in the global economy,
our children need strong 21st century
skills in digital literacy, communication,
collaboration, critical and creative thinking while providing access to the most
advanced technology. We must continue
to develop curriculum that meets the
needs of all students. In addition to core
subjects, there needs to be emphasis on
courses and programs for students who
are gifted in the arts, and the acquisition
of real-world training for those with
strong technical and trade skills.
Each child should also have a support
network that begins with family involvement, the attention and caring of our dedicated teachers, and the services offered
by our guidance counselors, health care
professionals and social workers.

OTHER CANDIDATES/OFFICES ON THE NOV. 3 BALLOT


In addition to the seven candidates for Vineland Board of
Education profiled this week, voters
will select two County Freeholders,
and two New Jersey Assemblymen.
Freeholder candidates will be profiled in next weeks issue. Mayra
Arroyo and Louise Bertacchi are running on the Republican ticket.
Democrats Jim Quinn and incumbent
Joe Derella also will vie for the two
freeholder spots.

Look for the profiles of the candidates running for the state Assembly
two weeks from now.
In the race for District 1 of the
New Jersey Assembly, Democrats
Bob Andrzejczak (incumbent) and R.
Bruce Land are running against
Republicans Sam Fiocchi (incumbent) and Jim Sauro for the two
seats in the Assembly.

LOCAL CANDIDATE PROFILES IN THE GRAPEVINE


In the weeks leading up to each
election day, The Grapevine proudly
presents candidate profiles and other
vital information to help readers educate themselves to make informed
choices in the voting booth.
In the pages of this weeks issue,
readers will find the responses of
candidates for Vineland Board of
Education to questions posed to

them by members of our editorial


team.
Candidates were asked to keep
their responses to 750 words in total.
Voters will be asked to select
three of the seven candidates on the
ballot for three open seats on the
nine-member school board (they are
unpaid and serve staggered, threeyear terms).

I Guest Column

{ BY JOHN EMGE, EXEC. DIR.,

UNITED WAY OF GREATER PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY }

Healthy Kids,
and More
United Ways Halloween Bone Run & Walk is back
with spooky, healthy fun!

Henry Garton, left, and Juan Correa Santiago, with Mrs. Monhahan

Banner Unveiling at Johnstone Elementary School


Johnstone
Elementary School and
Rowan University
renewed their partnership last Tuesday during the unveiling of a
new banner promoting
Johnstones status as a
Professional
Development School.
The ceremony began with a reflection on the history of the Rowan/Johnstone
relationship by Dr. Lois Karwowski, former principal of Johnstone. She was followed by Dr. Monika Shealey, Dean of the Rowan University College of Education,
who outlined their goals and hopes for the program.
The pinnacle of the ceremony was the unveiling of a brand new banner by
students, teachers and honored guests.
Johnstone has been a part of Rowans school-university partnership program
since 2000. According to the Rowan University website, Professional
Development Schools (PDS) are innovative institutions formed through partnerships between colleges of schools of education and P-12 schools. Their mission
is professional preparation of teacher candidates, faculty development, inquiry
directed at the improvement of practice, and enhanced student learning. These
schools are more than sites for field placements for teacher candidates. A PDS
is an environment in which university students, faculty liaisons, classroom teachers, and students in the schools can engage in long-term, on-going researchbased initiatives that benefit all members in the learning community.

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compared to 21 percent nationally.


But through an annual investment in
NJPHK-Vineland, United Way is working
to reverse that trend. Together with
NJPHK-V, a program of the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation that is directed by the
Cumberland Cape Atlantic YMCA, we are
increasing physical activity levels and
decreasing obesity among children.
We know it takes more than good health
to live a quality life, and improving health
for children and adults in our community
isnt the only way were contributing to a
more vibrant Cumberland County.
Through our Impact Fund, we take a holistic approach to improving Education,
Financial Stability and Health, the foundations of a strong community, and also making sure people can meet their most basic
needs. We accomplish this by intervening
at critical transition points in peoples lives,
giving them a hand up when its needed
most.
With your support, we pave the way for
more high school graduates by improving
the quality of education from cradle to
career. We empower working adults to earn
and save more by helping them build a
foundation for lifelong financial stability
through job skills, financial literacy and
asset development. We create healthier
communities by promoting healthy, active
lifestyles for children, adults and seniors.
And we help our neighbors meet their most
basic needs, like food, shelter and safety.
When we improve Education, Financial
Stability and Health at a community level,
we all benefit. We know that when we
improve education for all children, we set
them on the path to ongoing academic success and a greater chance for a brighter
future. And we know that as a result of our
investments in education, those children
are more likely to go on to hold skilled jobs
and be financially equipped to support
their families and have the ability to live
healthy, vibrant lives. Thats what LIVING
UNITED looks like in Cumberland County,
and your support of United Wayand our
events like the Bone Run & Walkmakes it
possible. Thank you for partnering with us
to help create measurable, lasting Impact
that none of us can achieve alone. I

Henry Garton, a seventh grade student


at Rossi Middle School, is the first recipient of this year's "Recognition Referral
Program," said Tammy Monahan, principal.
"Henry was late to class one day and
when asked why, he answered that he was
helping a new student, Juan Correa
Santiago," said Mrs. Monahan. "As it
turned out, Henry did go out of his way to
help this new student who he didnt even
know without being asked to do so. Henrys teacher, Mrs.
(Marilyn) Beres noticed that Henry put the needs of another student over his
own and wrote him a recognition referral."
In part, the letter said, "your act of kindness is really appreciated and showed
you are a good person. Someone once said a persons true character shows
when that person chooses to be helpful to others in need. You showed you are a
good person."
"I felt bad (for the student)," said Henry. "I could see that he (Juan) felt out of
place and alone. I wanted to include him and help him feel more comfortable."
"Rossi School has implemented many programs to promote a positive school
climate," said Mrs. Monahan. "We wish to identify students who engage in positive behaviors when they are clearly not expecting any reward or recognition. We
also wish to change the tone of what it means to be calledto the office."
This typically takes on a negative meaning, said Mrs. Monahan.
"But when students return to class with a letter and a tote with goodies it
helps to erase the image that students only go to the office when they are in
trouble," she said. "We want students to come to us if they have a concern, or
when they have done something nice, not only for negative reasons. It is our
hope that through these positive initiatives, students will want to maintain excellent behavior and be kind and respectful to others."
Other students who received a recognition referral in September were
Dayanara Perez, Dylan Amarando, Seth Huerta and Latreon Jackson. The students who receive Recognition Referrals are mentioned in our monthly Rossi
newsletter, which are posted on the school's website."
The Rossi website:http://www.edlinesites.net/pages/Anthony_Rossi

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he tell-tale signs of fall are


herea chill in the air, colorful
fall leaves, pumpkin everything.and United Way of
Greater Philadelphia and Southern New
Jerseys Halloween Bone Run & Walk!
The Bone Run & Walk returns to Parvin
State Park on October 24. Taking place over
a wooded, USA Track & Field-certified trail
that wraps around Parvin Lake, this spooktacular 5K race and fun walk is our signature event in Cumberland Countyand this
years race promises to be bigger and better
than ever! In addition to offering top runners cash prizes totaling $1,950thanks to
a generous sponsorship by Merrill Lynch
and age-category awards, the race features
an expanded health and wellness fair, a
costume contest for kids and adults alike, a
bounce house, post-race refreshments and
more.
And its not too late to get in on the
spooky fun! Walkers and runners can still
register by e-mailing Karla Laws
klaws@uwgpsnj.org or by visiting
www.runsignup.com/BoneRun. Early registration is $25 for runners ($30 the day of
the event) and $20 for walkers. Day-of registration opens at 7 a.m. and the race beings
at 9 a.m.
Proceeds from the Bone Run will enable
United Way to improve lives and strengthen our local communitiesone child, one
adult and one family at a time. Because the
event directly supports our annual Impact
Fund investments in Cumberland Countys
health initiatives more of our neighbors
will live healthy, active lifestyles.
Impact like this takes shape through
partnerships like New Jersey Partnership
for Healthy KidsVineland (NJPHKVineland), which works to reverse the
childhood obesity epidemic, a problem
with particular relevance in Vineland,
where children are more likely to be overweight or obese than the average American
youngster. In fact, despite living in an agricultural community, 90 percent of children
in Vineland do not eat the recommended
amount of vegetables, and the majority do
not engage in enough physical activity. As a
result, a staggering 40 percent of local children ages 6 to 11 are overweight or obese

Rossi Student Sent to Office for Good Deed, Rewards

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has added blessings to her life .
Piera earned a Master of Education in
School Leadership and Instruction in 2000
and subsequently a Doctoral degree in
Educational Leadership and Innovation
from Wilmington University in 2011. While
Pieras career in education began at Sacred
Heart High, the Delsea Regional School
District pulled her to public education
where she has made an indelible mark on
the advancement of education and public
school innovation for the past 25 years. At
Delsea, Pieras career included the positions of English teacher, District Testing
coordinator, District supervisor, and Delsea
Middle School principal. In 2011, she became
Superintendent of two school districts
Delsea Regional and Elk Township, and is
the first woman to hold these positions.
Piera has always had a love of sharing
knowledge and developing others and has
been a presenter at countless educational
workshops and conferences, including the
No Child Left Behind Service Learning
National Convention and the 2015 National
Learning Forward Conference. She is a
Member of the Fellowship for the
Improvement of Educational Leadership
and a recipient of the NJEA Professional
Development award. Piera also was honored with the NJMEA School
Administrator of the Year award, and the
Administrator Military Support award.
Still, Piera has made time to give of her
many talents and gifts to innumerable causes and important organizations. These
include serving as president of the
Gloucester County Association of Chief
School Administrators, Executive Council
member of the New Jersey Council of
Education, member of the Wilmington
University Behavioral Sciences Advisory
Board, vice president of The Ellison School
Board of Trustees, member of the Ladies of
Franklin, Franklin Township Book Club
Coordinator, and Lector and Eucharistic
Minister for 20 years. She has volunteered
for many committees, including chairing
the Italian Heritage Gala Ball for three years.
Piera is also a strong supporter of the
Susan G Komen foundation and Living
Beyond Breast Cancer. Pieras world was
rocked when she was diagnosed with
breast cancer over five years ago. She took
the disease head on, accepting an aggressive treatment plan, fighting with optimism
and resolve, and relying heavily on her faith
and the love and support of family and
friends. Over five years later, Piera is cancer-free and has redoubled her focus on
family and loved ones, while continuing
her roles at Delsea and in the community.
Successful entrepreneurs are everyday
people who believed in their dreams and
never stopped pursuing the fulfillment of
those visions. They confront obstacles by
working smart and never giving up. Robert

G. Buono, Sr. is one of those people.


Bob was born of in Vineland on
November 24, 1947, and has remained a lifelong resident and proud of his Italian heritage. He graduated from Sacred Heart High
School in 1965 and earned his Associates
Degree in 1968, where he has the distinction
of being part of the first-ever graduating
class at Cumberland County College.
In 1969, Bob was drafted in the U.S.
Army. He is a proud Veteran who
admirably served in Vietnam, ultimately
attaining the rank of Sergeant.
Bob began his career as owner of
Carlos Pizza in Vineland and The Club
House Restaurant in Ocean City, NJ. He
also owned the Vineland storage facility UStore It, along with Terry Cantoni and Skip
Buonodonna.
In 1983, Roberts career took a leap forward when he and Frank and Jim Gervato
founded Eatem Foods Company, an industrial leader and quality supplier of flavor
systems. Eatem is located in Vinelands
Industrial Park. In 2010, Eatem partnered
with Linsalata Capital Partners (LinCap) to
build on its history and to enter a new
phase of growth. Bob has since retired as
CEO, but remains on the companys Board
of Directors.
Bob continued making bold moves and
in 1984 he purchased the Eastlyn Golf
Course from Tom Galbiati. In 2010, Bob
knew he wanted to build a bigger clubhouse to allow large, indoor events. The
existing clubhouse was demolished and in
April 2012, The Greenview Inn at Eastlyn
celebrated its Grand Opening.
Bob has played an active role in giving of
his time, efforts and personal contributions
to many local civic organizations and charities, including the Ronald McDonald House
of Charity, Inspira Medical Center,
Cumberland County College, Vineland
High School Football, and Childrens
Hospital of Philadelphia.
Bob was very active with youth sports
coaching basketball and football, and in the
1980s and 1990s coached CYO basketball
for St. Isidore the Farmer Parish. His companies sponsored numerous youth sports
teams over the years, including soccer,
baseball, softball and basketball. Bob had
been a parishioner of St. Isidores for 20
years, serving as a member of the Parish
Council for 12 of those years. He currently
is a parishioner of St. Padre Pio Parish,
where he has been a trustee and head of
the Finance Committee for the church. He
also served on the Board of Directors for St.
Mary School.
Bob has been married to the love of his
life, Rosemary Dandrea, since 1972.
Together they raised three sons
Christopher, Robert, Jr., and Nicholas.
Today our sons, along with our three
beautiful daughters-in-law and eight
grandchildren (number nine is due
November 20) have made us the proudest
and happiest parents in the world. They are
the loves of our lives, says Bob.
Bob and Rosemary reside part time in
Jupiter, Florida. I

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Barktoberfest will take place Saturday,
October 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
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at 2709 Mays Landing Road in Millville.
B&B Animal Services and TLC Animal
Rescue have partnered with Pampered Pup
to host this event. It is sure to be a funfilled day with food and fall fun for the
family and their four legged friends. All
leashed and vaccinated dogs are welcome
to join in the festivities. There will be a pet
costume contest at 2 p.m. with wonderful
prizes in multiple categories. In addition,
there will be local vendors, pumpkin painting, pony rides, bounce house, food and
refreshments, door prizes, a silent auction
and much more.
TLC Animal Rescue will be at the event
with many adorable adoptable animals for
visitors to meet. B&B Animal Services will
be offering pony rides and will be available
to answer any dog training questions event
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event questions or to sign up to be a vendor. Donations for door prizes and the
silent auction are also welcome with the
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HALLOWEEN / AUTUMN EVENTS


Some are spooky nights of terror, some are ghostly walks through history, others are
just plain fun costume parties for kids, adults or families. Keep in mind a childs age
when choosing your Halloween fun.
OCTOBER 16, 17, 23 AND 30
Annual Greenwich Halloween Ghost
Walking Tours. Presented by the
Cumberland County Historical Society.
Two tours each night, 7 and 8 p.m. Rain
or shine. Registration is required.
Participation limited, register early. $5
per person Meet at the Warren & Reba
Lummis Library, Ye Greate St., Greenwich.
Wear comfortable shoes and bring a
flashlight. 455-8580 to register.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17
Halloween Fun. Millville Public Library,
210 Buck St., Millville. 1:30 p.m. Miss Jan
will read Jitterbug Jam, A Monster Tale,
by Barbara Jean Hicks and Alexis
Deacon. Free. 856-825-7087, ext. 12.

Absecon Lighthouse to hear the true ghost


stories that prompted a visit from SyFy's
Ghost Hunters! The New Jersey
Researchers of Paranormal Evidence (NJ
ROPE) will be on property to help you hunt
for ghosts. Beer, wine and refreshments
provided. RSVP required; call 609-449-1360.

OCTOBER 23, 24, 25, 30 AND 31


Blithe Spirit, Little Theatre, 66 E.
Sherman Ave., Vineland. 8 p.m., except
October 25 at 2 p.m. The Cumberland
Players of Vineland, present a ghostly
comedy by Nol Coward, just in time for
Halloween. Tickets $15, or $12 for seniors,
available at CumberlandPlayers.com.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25

gram. You may bring your own refreshments. Kids under 9 must be accompanied by an adult. 856-794-4244, ext. 4246.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28
Kiwanis Halloween Parade. Bellevue
Ave., Hammonton. 7 p.m. Marching
bands, dance troupes, firetrucks, floats,
costumed ghouls and goblins.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29
Millville Woman's Club Halloween
Game Day. Third and "E" St., Millville.
12 noon. Cost is only $15 for a delicious
luncheon followed by games of bridge,
mahjong, pinochle, etc. Or just hang out
at a conversation table. 292-1805 to
RSVP. 856-794-4244, ext. 4246.

Poe at the Mansion. Mansion House,

OCTOBER 23 AND 25
RESCEDULED: The Museum Ghosts.
VHAS Museum, 108 S. Seventh St.,
Vineland. Saturday 7 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m.
An original play by Vineland resident
Shirley Burke. This witty, fun-filled production offers a look at what goes on at the
museum when the curator's not around.
Audience participation welcomed. Tickets
$25 per person (includes assortment of
tasty treats). Seating limited soThose with
tickets and/or reservations may call Nancy
Steelman at 856-691-7362 to reconfirm.
Others may call to purchase tickets ($25)
and to make reservations.

821 Columbia Ave., Millville. Tours: 4:30


p.m. and 6:30 p.m. The Millville Historical
Society celebrates the scariest time of the
year. Attendees will be taken on a mystifying tour of the Historic 1814 Mansion
House while watching an adapted dramatic
reading of four of Poes works: The
Raven, Annabel Lee, The Tell-tale
Heart, and Lenore. Tickets $15 per person. Audience size is limited, RSVP by
October 19. (Stair climbing is part of tour.)
856-293-1078 or e-mail Milvhistsoc@comcast.net. Seasonal treats will be served.
Parking in the lot behind the Mansion.

OCTOBER 22 THROUGH 24
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24

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Halloween Bone 5K Run & Fun Walk.


Parvin State Park, 701 Almond Rd.,
Pittsgrove Twp. 9 a.m. 5K run, 1 to 3-mile
walk. Cash prizes. Interactive health fair,
DJ, bounce house and costume contest.
811 a.m. Benefits United Ways work to
improve health in Cumberland County.
856-896-2307. Entry is $25 ($30 the day
of the event) for runners and $20 for walkers, and all proceeds support UWGPSNJs
annual Health investments in Cumberland
County. Teams of 10 can register for the
team challenge at $20 per participant.
Participants can register for the 5k race,
team challenge or one-to-three mile fun
walk at www.runsignup.com/BoneRun.

South Jersey Children's Halloween


Fest. Rastellis Sports & More, 1855
Hurffville Rd. Route 41, Sewell. 11
a.m.8 p.m. Sponsored by the Always
Positive Group.

Frankenstein Rocks. Landis Theater, E.


Landis Ave., Vineland. 7:30 p.m.
Comedic rock musical that explodes onto
the stage with all you would expect from
an 80s style hair metal rock concert!
Hilarious adaptation of Mary Shelley's
classic tale! Tickets $15 to $25, available
at ticketmaster.com

OCTOBER 22 THROUGH 26
4-H Pumpkin and Scarecrow
Contest. Cumberland Mall,
Delsea Drive., Vineland. Awards presented at 7 p.m. on Monday. Take-down is
at 7:30 p.m. Categories include Scariest
Pumpkin, Most Original Pumpkin,
Funniest Pumpkin, Cutest Pumpkin, Most
Original Scarecrow and awards for 4-H
Club Display. Call the 4-H office at 856451-2800, ext. 3, to reserve a spot.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27
Family Movie and Craft Night.

Absecon Lighthouse Haunted Tours. 31


So. Rhode Island Ave., Atlantic City, Tour
times are 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 7 p.m., and 8
p.m., and include a tower climb. Tickets are
$20, and must be reserved. Come visit the

Vineland Public Library, 1058 East Landis


Ave., Vineland. 1010:45 a.m. Movie is
rated TV PG. Children will make a craft
immediately following the movie.
Registration is required for this free pro-

Annual Healthy Spooktacular.


Cumberland Cape Atlantic YMCA, 1159 E.
Landis Ave., Vineland. 68 p.m. Free.
Ready for some spooky fun? Perfect for
children ages 2-10 and their families.
Trick or treat around the decorated Y
for healthy treats and prizes. Interested
in providing a healthy donation or volunteering? Contact Cara Morello at 856691-0030 ext. 107.

Halloween After-School Movie. Millville


Public Library, 210 Buck St., Millville. 4:30
p.m. Movie: Monster University (G, 104
minutes). Come in costume.Prizes given
for best monster costumes. Refreshments
will be served. Bottled water and other
snacks are permitted. Free. 856-825-7087,
ext. 12.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30
Masquerade Story Time. Vineland
Public Library, 1058 East Landis Ave.,
Vineland. 1010:45 a.m. Children ages 5
and younger are invited to come in costume. Registration required for this free
program. 856-794-4244, ext. 4246.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31
Lets Scare Cancer Halloween
Costume Party. Five Points Inn, 580
Tuckahoe Road, Vineland. 8 p.m.1 a.m.
$30. Sponsored by Team Helping
Hands, community volunteers for
Countys Relay for Life, this fundraiser
includes a buffet dinner, free beer and
soda until midnight., DJ and dancing,
50/50 and a Chinese auction, cash bar,
costume contest, door prizes, games.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.
856-691-4908.

Rocky Horror Picture Show. Levoy


Theatre, 126-130 N. High St., Millville. 8

Vineland 2015
Halloween Hours
The City of Vineland will observe
Halloween Trick-or-Treat hours
from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday,
October 31.
All parents and trick-or-treaters
are encouraged to remember the
following safety suggestions:
Do not wear costumes that
obscure your vision.
When shopping for costumes,
wigs, and accessories, look for
labels clearly indicating they are
flame-resistant.
Wear reflective clothing, or
light-colored clothing to make you
more visible to motorists.
Travel in groups composed of
at least one adult.
Have a pre-planned route.
Use extreme caution when
crossing streets, and walk up and
down steps instead of running.
Be prepared for adverse
weather.
Refrain from eating any treats
until inspected by an adult.
For more information, contact the
Mayor's office at 794-4011.

p.m. and midnight. Cult classic includes


live action and audience participation.
Come in costume and receive a FREE
Prop Bag. DO NOT bring your own props
to this show! Official Prop Bags will be
for sale. Contains material not suitable
for all audiences. For the 8 p.m. show it is
ONLY the movie! The cast will be performing with the movie only at the midnight
showing. Tickets $12. 856-327-6400 or

visit www.levoy.net.

EVERY WEEKEND
Millers Haunted Hayride. 624 South
Egg Harbor Rd., Winslow/ Hammonton.
Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday in
October. 711 p.m. $11 Haunted Hayride,
$6 Haunted Corn Maze, $15 both. Free
parking. 609-561-2436. www.millershauntedhayride.com.
Zombie Paintball Hayride. New Jersey
Motorsports Park, 8000 Dividing Creek
Rd., Millville. Every Friday and Saturday
in October. 711 p.m. Ride in a specialized zombie response vehicle armed with
paintball guns and glow-in-the-dark
paintballs. Hordes of zombies will attack
you along the haunted trail but they cant
shoot back. New and exciting experiences have been added. $25 per person.
Advance ticket purchase recommended.
856-327-8000 or www.njmp.com
Send your Halloween events to
deb@grapevinenewspaper.com.

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Residential repair, additions, and services.
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Help Wanted
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security deposit. $750/mo.
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Chamber of Commerce
building, situated at a
prime location on South
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a tenant. We have excellent office space available
to rent approximately
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Companion, personal
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Experienced and
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Pete Construction.
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Call for a free estimate. 609-335-9251.

Tree Service
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Insured tree removal crane
service bucket truck service, professional climbers,
storm cleanup, yard
cleanup/maintenance, 24hour emergency service.
Quality work, reasonable
price. Free estimates. 856503-3361 or 856-794-1783.

Bikes Wanted
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
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Winter by Choosing the
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Winter is upon us, but the window hasnt closed for homeowners to keep their
heating bills from going through the roof.
While exploring tactics for cutting
energy costs, there might be no more critical consideration than windows. A home
with inefficient windows is almost like a
home with a hole in the walland
installing energy-efficient windows can
shave up to 15 percent off heating and
cooling bills, according to estimates based
on data set forth in the U.S. Department of
Energys Energy Star Savings Estimates
(www.energystar.gov/windows).
Numerous factors determine a windows energy efficiency. Windows with a
lower U-Factor, for example, are preferable in colder regions because they allow
less heat to escape.
Each homeowners needs are unique,
and its important to choose windows that
make the most sense for your home and
environment, said Christine Marvin of
Marvin Windows and Doors, a manufacturer of premium, made-to-order windows

and doors. To find out which product and


glass solution might be right for you, we
always suggest you visit your local dealer.
Here are some other tips to find the
best windows for your home:
Consider your conservation goals.
One homeowner may simply want greater
energy efficiency. Another may be drawn
to passive or net zero building practiceswhose requirements are designed to
maintain comfortable temperatures with
incredibly minimal heating and cooling
systems.
At Marvin, our robust product offerings help homeowners achieve whatever
type of solution they seek, said Marvin,
who also pointed out that Marvin is the
only major American window manufacturer to offer Passive House Institute US
(PHIUS) certified options in the U.S.
Dont sacrifice beauty for efficiency. Windows should be beautiful, functional, durable and energy efficient, says
Marvin, whose company offers more than
150,000 energy-efficient options, including many standard product solutions that
meet new Energy Star criteria that take
effect in 2015 and 2016. Rest assured
theres a solution that fits both your
design and efficiency needs.

Cut Heating Costs by


Winterizing Your Home
Old Man Winter makes his mighty
push, and 79 percent of Americans expect
to pay the same or more to heat their
homes as compared to last winter, according to a recent survey by the Vent-Free Gas
Products Alliance, a section of the AirConditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration
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Have you turned your heat on yet?
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Make sure your chimney is clean
and free of creosote. Caked-on creosote can catch fire and lead to a
major house fire.
ALWAYS burn DRY wood. Your
wood should always be covered. Wet
wood will be difficult to light a fire and
will cause smoke to enter your house.
Do you have a chimney cap? If
not, you will be getting rain and snow
down your chimney, which will cause
damage to your chimney.
Is your house drafty with cold air
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Check the gasket (rope like material) around the door, glass and any
other place it may appear on your
wood stove. If it is fraying, broken, or
loose, it needs to be repaired. This is
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it yourself or we can do it for you. If
your glass is dirt, theres a product to
clean it or we will clean it when we
replace the gasket.
Keep flammable objects away

from the stove and chimney (curtains, furniture etc)


Kettles/steamers with water add
moisture to the air. Using a trivet
under your kettle/steamer allows air
to circulate around the container,
which helps eliminate any rust spots
on the stove. **If you purchase a trivet always check to see if it has rubber
feet covers. Before using remove the
rubber covers or they will melt and
create a real mess!
Safety is most important. A good
pair of fireplace gloves that come up
to the elbow will keep your hands and
arms from getting burned when
adding wood to a hot fire. There are
safety gates and screens available to
surround your wood stove/fireplace to
help keep children from getting
burned. Small children should never
be left unsupervised around a burning
appliance. We also offer fire-resistant
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Like it or not, the winter season is just around the corner. Cold temperatures
often drop below freezing. How well is your home protected from the cold?
One area where heat can escape your home during the winter is your entry
door. You can add an extra layer of protection to your front door by installing a
storm door. A storm door can protect your home from the elements. It can seal
the opening from winter drafts. A good-fitting storm door creates a pocket of air
between it and the entry door, adding an extra layer of insulated air.
Some storm doors come with the option of replacing the glass panel with a
screen during the warmer months. Some come with the convenience of selfstoring glass and screen which allows you to change back and forth from screen
to glass without removing them. This allows you the opportunity to keep your
entry door open longer into the fall season when temperatures are rising and
falling greatly on a daily basis. Many storm doors include locking mortised
hardware and/or security screens or security bars, which adds an extra level of
security and can be a deterrent to thieves.
Installing a storm door will improve the energy efficiency of your home. It will
reduce heat loss in the winter while protecting your entry door from wear and
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window treatments also can help maintain
comfortable temperatures in a home. For
example, homeowners can program
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light, 24 hours a day.
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homeowners speak with a professional,
when selecting windows, to explore and
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For a home with an existing wood-burning fireplace, converting it to a vent-free


gas log set or insert turns a messy, inefficient system into a clean, hassle-free, highly economical heat source.
Environmentally friendly vent-free appliances are heated with natural gas or
propane, among the cleanest of all fossil
fuels according to the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency. Both gases are domestically abundant and are secure sources of
energy.
Clean-burning fuel and super efficient
operationthat makes vent-free a truly
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stay warmer and more comfortable this
winter. For example, caulking and extra
insulation are relatively inexpensive and
easy projects that will pay dividends all
winter.
Another way to cut home heating bills
20 to 35 percent is by installing a vent-free
gas fireplace or heater in the room you use
most. According to Sue Walker, chairwoman of the AHRIs Vent-Free Gas
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products are 99 percent efficient, said
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Vent-free gas products have been
around for more than 30 years, according
to Walker. With more than 20 million
units installed in homes, they are time tested for savings and safety.
Because a vent-free gas heating system
does not require tearing out walls to run
vent pipe, professional installation is surprisingly inexpensive, fast and costeffective.

Renting? Its Still Possible


to Have an EnergyEfficient Home
While the economy is starting to show
signs of improvement, unemployment
rates still remain high, which has led to
higher rental rates. There are 38 million
renters in the market looking for ways to
be fiscally responsible.
While fancy amenities like granite
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washers and dryers in units, topped the
list of popular amenities from February to
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Renters who suspect their laundry pair
and kitchen appliances havent been
replaced in years should find the model
and serial numbers on each unit and contact the manufacturers customer service
line to determine the year they were
made. ENERGY STAR estimates that
upgrading appliances can result in a savings of $75 annually on utility bills.
If it has been some time since the
appliances have been replaced, renters
should consider asking for a new laundry
pair, since newer models offer considerable water savingsand landlords typically pay the water bill. An ENERGY STAR
qualified washer could save 17 more gallons of water each load, which is equivalent to a daily shower. In addition to conserving water, high-efficiency washers,
such as the Maytag Performance Series,
use up to 77 percent less energy compared
to pre-2004 conventional top-loaders. It
also features the exclusive Fresh Hold
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that combines intermittent tumbling
action with air circulation from a fan in
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in the load, allowing consumers to delay
drying for up to ten hours. This new technology actually begins drying clothes
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by decreasing drying time.
Additionally, in order to ensure their
unit is as efficient as possible, renters
should request an annual inspection of
their windows, heating and cooling equipment and insulation, since heating and
cooling costs account for more than half
of utility costs. This annual review should
include a thorough inspection around the
attic and windows to see if a draft is coming through, as well as a visit to each room
in the unit to see if there is a constant
temperature.
Fluctuating temperatures or incoming
air could indicate duct problems, inadequate sealing and/or installation around
the windows. Older windows that havent
been upgraded more than likely were not
installed with todays standard of installation. And poorly performing ducts can
leak air and reduce a homes efficiency by
as much as 20 percent by causing the system to work harder.
In addition to the annual checks, the
HVAC air filter should be replaced
monthly as dirt and neglect could cause
the HVAC system to break down. By asking for these efficiency inspections,
upgrades and fixes, renters can capitalize
on their advantage in the market now,
lower their costs and avoid moving during
these uncertain times.

Homebuyer Classes
Gateway Community Action
Partnership will be conducting
Homebuyer Education classes covering every aspect of the homebuying
process. The classes will be held on
two Saturdays, October 24 and 31
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Gateways
administrative office, 110 Cohansey
St., Bridgeton.
Each class will include three separate sessions. Week one topics
include Homeownership Orientation,
Budgeting 101/ Managing Your
Money, Pts. I & II, Understanding
and Fixing Credit.
Week two topics include
Mortgage Financing, Avoiding
Predatory Lenders, Fair Housing
Regulations, Home Maintenance &
Inspection and the Closing Process.
You must attend both sessions to
receive a certificate.
Those interested in the First
Time Home Buyer Program, USDA
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or any other state-funded program
are required to take these classes.
Register by Friday, October 16.
Space is limited. Registrations can
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areas of desirable turfgrass lawns have
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and other annual weeds are dying in
autumn. Dead lawns mean a loss in
ground cover and greater risk of storm
water runoff. Ground cover is needed to
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ground cover need to be repaired to prevent soil erosion and protect water quality.
What to do? Dead lawns need to have
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to reseed a lawn. The cooler air, warm
soils, and more frequent rain of August
and September present ideal conditions to
seed lawns and ensure establishment.
Seed blends and mixtures containing a
grass called perennial ryegrass will provide the quickest and easiest repair of
lawns. It is also wise to include other
grasses in the seed mixture. Interested in
developing a lawn with lower maintenance requirements? Look on the seed
label for grasses called tall fescue, hard
fescue, Chewings fescue, or creeping red
fescue. If you use seed mixes containing
them, these grasses become established in
the lawn over time. These grasses can survive with less water and fertilizer. Tall fescue is a very good choice if you can seed
before September 15 while perennial ryegrass, fine fescues, Kentucky bluegrass can
continue to be used later in the fall when
the soil cools.
Test the soil to determine what nutrients, if any, are needed. Amending the soil
during lawn renovation provides the
opportunity to treat the whole root zone,
rather than just the soil surface. Consult
your county extension office for information on soil testing or search for soil testing labs on the internet.
Aerating and dethatching the lawn
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Classes will begin on Tuesday,
January 5, 2016 and continue weekly
until the end of May. The cost for
these 20 training sessions is $210.
The class size is limited to 15 students and registration is on a firstcome, first-serve basis. Deadline for
applications is November 15.
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layer of compost over the lawn after aerating and seeding. Compost acts like a
mulch, retaining moisture for the seed.
Compost also adds nutrients and organic
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Your House to Help
Finance Your Retirement
Have you forgotten something in figuring where youre going to retire to?
Lets see, youve researched which
states tax Social Security income (only 14,
including Colorado, Connecticut, Kansas,
North Dakota and Vermont).
And youve even consulted the numbers-crunchers at Bankrate.com to learn
which states scored highest overall in
everything from cost of living to access to
health care (South Dakota, Colorado,
Utah, North Dakota and Wyoming).
But heres a question for all you homeowners: Given the results of a new report
from Better Homes and Gardens Real
Estate57 percent of boomers say they
plan to move to a new home in retirementwhat are you doing right now to
make sure your current house fetches a
good price to help finance your retirement
dreams?
As people grapple with whether to
pull up stakes, theres small margin for
error, the New York Times coverage of
the report noted.
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one of the hottest trends in home remodeling.
Well whos to say itll still be hot in six
months or a year?
Think curb appeal. Theres a reason
roof replacement consistently makes
Remodeling magazines annual Cost vs.
Value Report, and is up 11.2 percent this
year over even last year: A roof is the first
thing potential buyers noticeeven from
down the streetand youve already lost
the sale if yours looks like hell.
Its a huge turn-off, says ONeill, and
makes people predisposed to find even
more things they dont like.
Fix major maintenance and safety

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sputtering boiler? Enough said.

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Brick pavers are becoming popular
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their driveway, says Laura Schwind, a
landscape architect for Pine Hall Brick, a
paver manufacturer.
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Beekeeping course beginning
Saturday, February 6, 2016. The
course will be held for six consecutive Saturday mornings from 9:00
AM to 11:00 AM. Classes will be held
at the Extension Education Center,
291 Morton Ave., Millville, NJ 083329776. The course fee will be $95.00,
which includes the text Beekeeping
Basics and membership in the New
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course will be taught by Ned
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Jersey Beekeepers Association and
will cover a variety of topics:
Deadline for registration is Friday,
January 29, 2016. Pre-registration
and payment is required as we will
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walk-in registrants. To register for
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with Sothebys in Montclair, New Jersey.
Think twice before doing any trendy
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Depending on the condition of the
drivewayand your skill as a do-it-yourselferyou can either cover the driveway
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driveway, walkway or patio, while others
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If youre thinking of making improvements to your home, this may be the perfect time to give the exterior of your home
a makeover. The added value and the general warm feeling of coming home to a
beautiful house everyday are not usually
on the forefront of most peoples minds.
However, the time of year is upon us to
start thinking about our home repairs and
to begin updating our homes facade. But

where do we start?
Ultimately, there are plenty of options
if youd like to change the appearance of
your home.
Nothing breathes new life into a house
like a new roof. While not an inexpensive
upgrade, putting a new roof on a house
can make a big difference as it makes up
50 percent of the exterior of a home.
Asphalt shingles are a good choice
because theyre durable and can enhance
the style and curb appeal of a home.
Trim is another option. This can bring
out many of the details near windows or
deck systems. Good trim products are typically made from cellular PVC with the
look and feel of lumber. Most trim comes
in a natural-white color thats easy to
paint and ready to install.
If privacy or a place to relax outdoors
with your family is something youre looking for, try accenting your outdoor living
space with maintenance-free fencing,
decking and railings. These vinyl products
are weatherproof and require no painting,
staining or sanding and will allow you to

A brick paver driveway can set your house apart from your neighbors, and you can continue the theme with backyard patios and brick walls. There are many suppliers of
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Staging Your Home for a


Quicker Sale
Foreclosures and high maintenance
costs mean that new homes go up for sale
faster than you can say down market.
And what is great for buyersmore homes
to choose frommeans that sellers need
to distinguish their properties from the
rest of the crowd.
Home staging, or temporarily redesigning a home to appeal to buyers, can give
homeowners an edge in an overcrowded
market. Staged homes look bigger, newer
and warmer. They invite buyers to see
themselves living in the home.
Staging projects include inexpensive
tasks, from rearranging furniture, to renting contemporary living room sets. Here
are some tips for staging homes:
Declutter. When buyers see overcrowded book shelves and wrinkled towels, they focus more on the dingy details
than the architecture. But staging means
more than a through cleaningsellers
should also remove personal items, like
family photographs. Buyers should picture
their families living in the home, not
yours.
Make things look new. A little paint
can go a long way. Light colors make
rooms look larger and brighter, so use
them to make your home appear spacious.
Wooden floors and cabinetry make big
impressions, so make sure that they shine.
Hard water stains on glass shower
doors and windows look unattractive, so
remove them with a specialized product.
Some hard water stains will often yield to
scrubbing with white vinegar and a nonscratch pad. If you find that vinegar is
ineffective, a paint scraper or razor blade
can be used to remove the bonded stains
before resorting to harsher chemicals.
Add small details. In the kitchen,
bowls filled with fresh fruit create an
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Structures with large spans such
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Unheated or intermittently heated structures
Slightly sloped or flat roofs
Roofs that tend to collect drifting snow
Roofs without drainage, poor
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Roof leaked during the winter or
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Ripples or bends in metal supports, or cracks in wooden members
Popping noises have been
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Pooling of water on the roof top
Deformations in the roof
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Asked how much they agree with the
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Granite countertops rank high in kitchen
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appearance, durability, safety, and
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Some chemical cleaners can wear
away at the finish on your granite,
making it less effective. A very mild
soap and water mixture is all you
need to clean it, or, to prevent
buildup, use a water and vinegar mix.
If you have a large space to work
with and really spend a lot of time in
the kitchen, then choosing a Ushape layout for your kitchen remodel is going to be your best bet. The
U-shape provides a massive expanse
of counter and storage space, as well
as a great deal of flexibility.
A recent kitchen design trend is
open-air top cabinets without cupboard doors. Open-air kitchen cabinets can display your beautiful dishes in the best light, and create the
impression of more space, which is
an ideal touch in smaller kitchens
While kitchen storage has always
been important, for most of history,
there wasn't any set furniture that
was used. People would use jars,
shelves, tables, boxes, and various
other storage furniture. Built-in
kitchen cabinets didn't start showing
up until the 20th century.
Inset cabinet doors sit within the
rails and styles of the cabinet frame,
and lay flush with the cabinet's front
edges. Inset doors look elegant, but
require constant maintenance in
areas where humidity causes the
wood to swell and contract.
Proper installation of glass tiles is
vital to ensure they will look just as
you envisioned and hold up under
use conditions. While it's possible to
install glass tile as a DIY project,
there are a lot of variables to consider and the job needs to be done precisely. If you're not completely comfortable, consider hiring a professional.
Did you know that granite countertops can be finished in many different ways? They can either be polished, homed, or flamed to create a
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We have the experience to get the job done right.

Our Preventive maintenance program will


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Many older adults continue to enjoy good


health and want to remain in their homes,
but find stairs to be a challenge.
Todays stairlifts, such as those manufactured and installed by Acorn Stairlift,
do not require any structural changes to
the home, and they do not damage the
stairs or home decor. The stairlifts are
designed for quiet, efficient operation,
powered by two small 12-volt batteries
under the seat or by regular house current.
Some top things to know when considering adding a stairlift to your home
include:
Stair style. Choosing the right stair-

lift for your stairs helps you get the most


from the product. Stairlifts are available in
designs specific to straight stairways,
curved stairways and outdoor stairways
such as front steps or patio steps. The
modular style of stairlift allows for easy
installation without structural changes to
the home.
Safety features. Stairlifts include
multiple safety features. The chair and
built-in footrest typically fold up when not
in use, allowing for easy passage on the
stairs. Some stairlifts also feature sensors
on the foot platform that will stop the lift
when triggered. In addition, some include
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Indoor and outdoor stairlifts are available


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Drainage: Drain areas should be kept clean to
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water on the roof.
Petroleum products: These products (greases,
solvents, oils, and liquids containing petroleum
products) can contribute to membrane degradation.
Catch pans should be installed in areas where these
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Rooftop HVAC must be serviced regularly.
Walkways should be used when moving back and
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Support. Acorn Stairlift provides
aftercare and support from trained service
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Winter is comingand that means its
time to store seasonal tools and recreational equipment. Safe, smart storage of
motorcycles, RVs, power equipment and
seasonal cars goes a long way towards
keeping them at their best to ensure peak
performance in the spring.
To keep the fuel in gas-powered
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through winter storage, consider these
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Time Is the Enemy: Fuel in gas-powered equipment that remains in storage
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engines to run rough and smoky when
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Its the time of year that pests such as mice and bats move inside to warmer quarters.
Rats are able to fit through an opening the size of a quarter, and once inside, are capable of spreading diseases.

hole up for the winter. Rats, bats and spiders are the stuff nightmares are made of,
and for good reason; these creepy critters
are capable of spreading disease, and
incurring serious harm to people, and
even causing property damage.
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guide on three common, creepy fall
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true haunted house!
Rats: These primarily nocturnal pests
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plastic or lead pipes. Rats are able to fit

through an opening the size of a quarter,


and once inside they are capable of
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Tip: Before bringing decorations out
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boxes for signs of infestation such as
gnaw marks and rodent droppings. When
its time to put away decorations, store
them in a plastic, sealed box to keep
rodents out.
Bats: Bats are frequently associated
with vampires and haunted houses, causing an unfounded fear in many people.
However, it is important to note that bats

are common carriers of rabies, a disease


that can be fatal in humans, and their
droppings can lead to histoplasmosis, a
lung disease.
Tip: Screen attic vents and openings to
chimneys, and install door sweeps this fall
to keep bats out of the home. If an active
bat infestation is suspected, it is important
to contact a licensed pest control professional because bats are protected by law
in most states.
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albeit a creepy one, the brown recluse and
black widow spiders will bite when threatened and can cause painfulpossibly

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