The Blueberry Capital of the World
Next Board Meeting
Thurs. Nov. 14, 2019 • 12 Noon
Stockton University/Kramer Hall
Front Street, Hammonton
1st Mike Torrissi $100.00
2nd Brian Tidwell 75.00
3rd Jared Cocca 50.00
Men Callaway 1st Larry Henshaw. $100.00
2nd Bob Comunale 75.00
3rd Jack Carini 50.00
1st Nancy Wescoat $100.00
2nd Dottie Garbutt 75.00
3rd Anne D’Amico 50.00
1st Place Chris Foust $150.00
Aggregate Total 33” (13” + 20”)
Men Mike Torrissi $50.00
Ladies Anne D’Amico 50.00
80’s Anthony Guerere 50.00
Closest to the pin Rich Rehmann 8’ ¼” Winner $50.00
Summer-like 93 degree heat greeted 79 golfers at the 32nd Annual John W. Mazzeo Annual Golf Tournament at Buena Vista Country Club on October 2nd. The event, which funds scholarships for St. Joseph and Hammonton High Schools, included lunch, a day on the links and an awards dinner. The Chamber thanks golfers, volunteers and sponsors who were instrumental in making the day a great success.
32nd Annual Golf Tournament
Thanks to Our Sponsors
Adams, Rehmann & Heggan
South Jersey Gas
New Jersey Manufacturing
Millennium Account Services
In Memory of Bob Comunale
Integrated Pest Management
Casciano Coffee Bar & Sweetery
David Charles Jewelers
Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas
Jersey Devil Golf and Fun Center
Mannino's Cannoli Express
ML Ruberton Agency
Sam and Suzanne Pignatelli
Polyvel , Inc.
Stockton University/Kramer Hall
Chamber Trustee Frank Ransom (L)
and Hammonton Deputy Mayor
Tom Gribbin are seen here during registration at Buena Vista Country Club.
They Came, They Saw,
They Ate BLUEBERRIES!
Thousands made their the way to Hammonton on Sunday June 30, 2019 to "Praise the Blueberry."And they ate and bought over 2,000,000 purplish beauties.
The combination of crafters, live music, street entertainers, the Cruisin' Classics Car Club, the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, kiddie rides, an incredible array of food and perfect weather, made for an outstanding day. Did we mention Blueberries? Pies, Muffins, Pound Cakes, Cannoli, Buckle...and more.
Chamber trustees Chuck Biondi (right) and Steve Kincaid, along with Hammonton High School NHS member, unload some of the over 2,000,000 local blueberries.
FOTO FUN AT
Pictorial courtesy of Mazzeo Studio
Over 300 Classic Cars graced the grounds of the Hammonton High School parking lots on June 30th. Thanks Cruisin’ Classic Car Club!
Kids love blueberries and making a mess, so the pie-eating contest is a natural for them.
The Pancake Breakfast draws hundreds of hungry visitors to the Hammonton Kiwanis tent. Congratulations to the men and women of this outstanding civic organization for a tasty fund-raiser.
Chamber president Ben Ott and Trustee and former president,
Glen Ann Stoll take a break under the main tent. Besides Chamber Trustees and volunteers offering time and sweat, National Honor Society members from Hammonton and St. Joseph High school (background) are an immense logistical and sales help. Thanks to those young women and men.
WED. DECEMBER 4th
It’s the Blueberry Capital of the World and SO MUCH MORE! The nickname piques your interest, but our town is more than that. Great schools, great people, a great place to live and work. Close to the “big cities” - Philadelphia, Atlantic City and New York, but not far from campgrounds, lakes and beaches. Did we mention a positive business atmosphere and a community committed to intelligent growth? That’s our town –that’s Hammonton.
THE GREATER HAMMONTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
10 S. Egg Harbor Road, P.O. Box 554, Hammonton, NJ 08037