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Next Board Meeting

Thursday February 13, 2020 • 12 Noon

 at Stockton University/Kramer Hall

Attention:

Red White & Blueberry Festival Food Vendors/Crafters

2020 Festival Applications are being updated.

Please check after 1/22/20 for new info.

 

Mark down these dates

Details will follow

Wine & Beer - Wednesday 4/22 

Banquet - Tuesday  5/19

Red, White & Blueberry Festival - Sunday 6/28

Golf Tournament - Wednesday October 7 (tentative)

 

MEMBERS:

CHECK Our Facebook page for Details on our Vineland/ Hammonton Chambers

Networking Event on February 6th

Thanks to all who attended our

 

 at the Annata Wine Bar on Wednesday December 4th

A terrific night with good people, good food and good cheer.

Thanks to

Mannino's Cannoli Express for the

mini cannoli and Christmas ricotta cookies.

As usual, the Annata food was exceptional.

The Christmas spirit seems to be shining on

Sam Seitles of R.E.A.D. Pre-School and

Chamber President , Ben Ott. As you can see,

there is no dress code for our mixer. 

RESULTS

Men Gross                         

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

 

Ladies             

1st                       Nancy Wescoat         $100.00

2nd                      Dottie Garbutt              75.00

3rd                       Anne D’Amico              50.00

 

Putting            

1st Place            Chris Foust                $150.00

Aggregate Total 33” (13” + 20”)

 

Longest Drive             

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

GOLD

Adams, Rehmann & Heggan 

South Jersey Gas            

AtlantiCare   

New Jersey Manufacturing

OceanFirst Bank

Archer Law

BB&T

Millennium Account Services 

In Memory of Bob Comunale 

SILVER

Polyvel, Inc. 

Universal Supply 

BRONZE  

Integrated Pest Management 

HOLE SPONSORS

BCA Insurance

Casciano Coffee Bar & Sweetery

Concepts Advertising

Connolly Dermatology   

David Charles Jewelers

Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas

Jersey Devil Golf and Fun Center

Kramer Beverage

Mannino's Cannoli Express

Mazzeo Studio

ML Ruberton Agency

Sam and Suzanne Pignatelli

Polyvel , Inc.

Stockton University/Kramer Hall

Torrissi Transport 

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

THE FESTIVAL

Something for

Everyone!

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
 
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