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County Historical Society Honors Pikolycky with Legacy Award

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By Press Release

WOODBINE – Mayor William Pikolycky has been chosen by the Cape May County Historical & Genealogical Society as the recipient of the Society’s 2016 Legacy Award.
This award is given annually at the Society’s Annual Meeting and Dinner, held this year on Dec. 1 at the Tuckahoe Inn. The Legacy Award is given annually to a government official, employee, board, or department in recognition of exceptional support and/or involvement in historic issues or preservation.
Mayor Pikolycky was cited for being a tireless advocate of the history of the Borough of Woodbine, especially being commended for his work with the Borough’s Quasquicentennial.
“I wish to thank the Cape May County Historical & Genealogical Society for this honor, which reflects on our whole community and highlights our 2016 Quasquicentennial Celebration,” added Mayor Pikolycky. “I also thank our Borough Historian, Lawrence Levy, for representing me at the award dinner, which fell on a Borough Council meeting night.”
Anyone interested in attending this event can contact the Society at 609-465-3535 by Nov. 28; please leave a message.

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