Go4theGoal get a new partner
Go4theGoal Pediatric Cancer Foundation has partnered with Tasti D-Lite to support pediatric cancer patients at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center and Children's National Medical Center. Through the relationships we have forged with the Goal4theGoal team at our Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ and Washington, DC Grand Opening events, we are building a base that could expand to assist the organization on a more continual basis,” said Peter Holt, Tasti D-Lite’s Chief Operating Officer, who attended Saturday’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the Columbia Heights location.
3rd Annual Colleen K Softball Game
ColKMemThis event on Sunday, May 20th raises funds for Merchantville's Softball program in memory of Colleen Kosherzenko former player whose love of the game and her teammates was infectious. This will be a day of little league play starting at 10:00 a.m and culminating
MLL to hold fundraiser

littleleagueMerchantville Little League will holds its annual Beef & Beer/Chinese Auction on Friday, May 18th from 7-11 p.m. at the Community Center.  Tickets are $25 per person or $45 per couple and will be sold at the door. All proceeds raised from the event go directly

Veterans Job Fair on the Battleship
Veterans of all branches of service are invited to attend a job fair sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development on May 18 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Battleship New Jersey, 100 Clinton Street, Camden.  For more information, visit the job fair registratration site.
Urban Swim teams with River Sharks
urbanswimUrban Swim Program teams up with the Camden Riversharks to educate the public about combating the drowning epidemic and create community driven programs that teach swimming and foster a sense of achievement, discipline and self-empowerment for children ages 1-14. Join them for this fundraising event at Campbell's Field on May 12th. For every ticket sold using the "urbanswim" code $5 will be donated to our organization.
William "Read" Perry Jr.
policeOn May 4, 2012, age 60, of Lindenwold, NJ. He was the beloved husband of Lillian M. (nee Knowles), loving father of William J.R., of Lindenwold and son of William R., Sr. and the late Rusty Perry formerly of Maple Shade. He is also survived by one sister Diana (Steve) Widing, two step-brothers Gary (Dean) Smethers and Allan (Lisa) Smethers; two step-sisters Janice (Brian) Davis and Jill (Dave) Taylor.
Reining in Readmissions in NJ
ololnursingMedicare will soon begin penalizing hospitals for readmitting patients within 30 days of their discharge, and New Jersey hospitals are bracing for what could be thousands of dollars in lost revenue. As they have worked over the past few years to get a grip on this issue, hospitals have come to realize that it takes an entire community to reduce readmissions.
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