July 16, 2018
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Kingsway Dragon News

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Kingsway Dragon News

SENIORS OF THE MONTH FOR MAY Joshua Everwine, son of Chris and Michele Everwine of Mickleton. School Activities: Varsity Bowling, Police Explorer, National Honor Society, and acting as school mayor with his smile. Out of School Activities: Joshua volunteers at DuPont Hospital, traveling, NASCAR, fishing and hanging out with friends. […]

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CORRECTION

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A story last month about a local artist’s fundraising to help a toddler with cerebral palsy included incorrect information about the amount of money raised. The story, which ran in the feature section of The New Town Press, stated that a Beef and Beer fundraising event raised $1,000. The correct […]

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King’s Things Celebrates 35 Years

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King’s Things Celebrates 35 Years

SWEDESBORO — This year King’s Things celebrates 35 years in our mission of “Feeding and Clothing the Needy”. And at this time they find themselves at a crossroad. They have lost many volunteers due to age, health issues, and moving from the area. This lack of help may reduce their […]

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Volunteers, Your Municipality Needs You

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Volunteers, Your Municipality Needs You

There is a huge digital poster on one of the website pages for Swedesboro and it fills the screen with that iconic image of Uncle Sam, stern-faced and white-bearded, and dressed in red, white, and blue. In the pose we’ve all seen, Uncle Sam is pointing directly at you, emphasizing […]

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BLOOD DRIVE, AUG. 1

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BLOOD DRIVE, AUG. 1

CLARKSBORO — Blood Drive in Honor of Mark Sprock will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 1 at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 306 Kings Highway in Clarksboro. Visit: www.redcrossblood.org to make an appointment. Sponsor Code: Mark Sprock Walk-ins are welcomed, but appointments are highly encouraged.

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Logan Library Happenings

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Library phone number (856) 241-0202. GCLS Museum Pass Program- Funded by the Friends of the Library. One-week checkout available with valid GCLS adult library card. Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Battleship New Jersey, Camden Children’s Garden, Garden State Discovery Museum, Gloucester County Historical Society, Grounds for Sculpture (Mullica Hill […]

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Woolwich’s Gialloreto Wins Miss New Jersey

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Woolwich’s Gialloreto Wins Miss New Jersey

WOOLWICH TWP. — Woolwich Township native Jaime Gialloreto, 19, was crowned Miss New Jersey on June 17 in Ocean City and will be competing in the Miss American Pageant in September in Atlantic City. This is Gialloreto’s second year of competing in the pageant, finishing as third runner up last […]

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Names In The News

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Elizabeth Lessman of Mullica Hill was named to the Dean’s List at Northeastern University for the 2018 spring semester. Kyle Soldevilla of Woolwich Township, Health Science (BS)/Occupational Therapy (MS), BSMS, graduated from Misericordia University during the annual spring commencement ceremony on May 12. Stephanie Helsel, and Kyle Soldevilla, both of […]

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Home Gardener Tips

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KISS: Keep It Simple Simon I can’t say this enough. If I had a dime for every client that would say to me, I want low maintenance so give me lots of beds. Unless you are an outdoor lover and enjoy yard work and/or have set a budget to pay […]

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Cook’s Corner

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Cook’s Corner

Here’s a hack for easy summer sandwiches It’s counterintuitive but it may well be the best way to make a sandwich is to ditch the bread. Sure. The Earl of Sandwich and all that. But history is an arbitrary arbiter of what’s de rigueur in food preference. From what I […]

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