Camden County

Free Mammograms for Uninsured/Under-insured

Please share and invite friends! Free Mammograms for uninsured/under-insured residents of Burlington and Camden Counties (ages 40-64). Our mobile mammography van will be at Tabernacle Baptist Church, 150 E 2nd Street, Burlington, NJ on September 19th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please call (856) 247-7388 to sign up. $20…
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September 28th Job Fair

Pennsauken Township, the Business, Industry, and Government Council of Pennsauken, P.M.A.C., and Living Faith Christian Center are hosting the fourth annual job fair on Thursday, Sept. 28. The event, held at Living Faith Christian Center, located at 2323 Rt. 73 in Pennsauken from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., will allow…
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Kids Smile

As part of National Children's Dental Health Month, Camden County College's dental hygiene and dental assisting students and staff were joined by area dentists to provide free cleanings to local children. The Give-Kids-a-Smile Day program offered preventive care and oral health education to area children aged 12 and younger. Last…
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Camden County Library Wins Book Grant from Penguin Random House

Camden County Library is proud to announce that its Riletta L. Cream Ferry Ave. Branch Library is the recipient of a Penguin Random House Library Award for Innovation. The award is being given for the library’s ‘Tutor Time’ program that it operates in partnership with volunteer tutors from the Cooper…
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Inaugural issue for History Alliance

Thanks to the Merchantville Historical Society our borough was included in the inaugural issue of Camden County "Heritage" a publication of the Camden County History Alliance. The Camden County History Alliance was established in February 2016. It is an association of over 30 Camden County (NJ) history organizations,
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Regattas returning to Cooper River

After closing in the fall of 2015 for major dredging and environmental cleanup, Cooper River will reopen on March 25th with the first of 12 seasonal regattas, the Murphy Cup. Grants and the Camden County government paid the cost for the the $12 million rehabilitation project.
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County announces email newsletter for seniors

Camden County offering a new e-mail newsletter, Just for Seniors! In this newsletter, seniors will learn about all that Camden County has to offer to our senior citizen community. The Camden County Board of Freeholders is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of our seniors through a wide range…
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County plans for tool library

Camden County homeowners, gardeners, and fix-it-yourself types will soon have a new money-saving resource. This summer, county officials hope to launch a tool library in Gloucester Township that can help residents work on home projects without having to buy special equipment. The program will be similar to the West Philly…
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Camden County Flu Shot Program

The Freeholders are hosting free convenient flu shot clinic locations across Camden County now through November 5th. On Friday, October 10th, they will be available at the Cherry Hill Township Municipal Building, on Tuesday October 21st
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Parenting Conference, back by popular demand

Register today for the 2014 Camden County Parenting Conference. This FREE event features two sessions of interactive workshops, exhibitors, brunch, face painting, balloon animals, fabulous door prizes, childcare and more! The keynote speaker is June Grushka-Rosen, a life coach who will talk about how families can coach each other to…
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Lobster Trap will be site of new eatery

The former Lobster Trap restaurant in Cooper River Park will remain closed and undergo extensive renovations before reopening around Memorial Day 2015. The Lobster Trap closed in August, a few months after the death of its longtime operator, Tom Delimaris. But county officials saw the potential for something new, according…
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