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Saturday, June 15, 2024


Beef and beer to benefit Marianne Cannone


By On Deck Staff

The friends and family of Marianne Nece Cannone will hold a Beef and Beer Fundraising Benefit Saturday, March 28 at the Cape May VFW, 419 Congress St, 5-10 p.m.
Cannone, a resident of Villas, was recently diagnosed with stage four skin cancer and requires expensive surgery. She lives on a single income and does not have health insurance.
Cannone moved to Cape May County from Nutley in the ‘70s after finishing nursing school. She and former husband Rick Nece owned and operated Nece’s Florist on Bayshore Road in North Cape May. She now works for Bayada nurses.
The beef and beer will feature special entertainment Hydeaway, one of South Jersey’s hottest local bands, and Jamaica Me Crazy deejay entertainment with DJ Brett.
The benefit also includes an all-you-can-eat supper buffet, beverages on tap, Chinese auctions, and great door prize giveaways.
Benefit tickets are $20 each and can be purchased from Amy Nece Robson at A-1 Easy Self Storage, 609-886-8858, or Jessie at 609-602-5169.
Benefit organizers would also appreciate donations of door prizes and auction items to help make the fundraiser a success.
Donations may be sent in care of Marianne Cannone to 300 N. Railroad Ave., Rio Grande, New Jersey 08242.
Call Amy for pickup of items. All monetary donations will be deposited into the Marianne Cannone Cancer Fund and used only for the medical care and treatment of Marianne Cannone.

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