Friday, September 22, 2023

Sea Isle City 4.26.2006

By Rick Racela

Alexa Terruso, a sophomore at Rowan University, was named to the College of Business Dean’s List for her academic excellence during the fall semester.
   Alexa, a graduate of Ocean City High School, is the daughter of James and Susan Terruso. Her father is the finance director for Sea Isle City and her mother is a dispatcher in the public works department.
  Alexa is majoring in accounting, following in the footsteps of her brothers.
  Paul graduated from Rowan in 2003, and Jimmy is a senior majoring in communications and advertising, making Rowan University a family tradition.
The Knights of Columbus, Madonna Council No 3560, announces, a Blood Drive today from 1-7 p.m. in Saint Joseph’s Auditorium.
The Friends of Tourism, in cooperation with the Sea Isle City Tourism Commission and Chamber of Commerce, are cosponsoring A Night at the Races on Friday from 7- 11 p.m. at the Yacht Club, 44th and Venicean Road.
Tickets are $15 per person and include a light supper. A cash bar will be available. Money will be converted to play money for the horse races.
For more information or to order tickets, call 263-8687, Ext.10
The Sea Isle City Environmental Commission is sponsoring its Annual Beach Clean-up on April 29, from 10 a.m. to noon.
Volunteers are asked to report to Kennedy Boulevard and Pleasure Avenue to sign up and to get plastic gloves, trash bags, and free tee shirts supplied by Clean Ocean Action of New Jersey.
They will also receive data cards to list the types of debris found on the beach. Volunteers may select the beaches they wish to clean.
Following the clean up, volunteers are invited to a buffet lunch, compliments of Ocean Drive Restaurant, 3915 Landis Ave.
All data cards collected from across New Jersey are tabulated by Clean Ocean Action, which makes an annual report on the cleanliness of the beaches.
Scout troops, neighborhoods organizations, and service clubs are urged to participate.
The Annual Saint Joseph Breakfast will be April 30, at the Sea Isle City Community Center, Park Road and Kennedy Boulevard, after the 9 a.m. mass.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. The breakfast is being catered by Mrs. Brizzle’s Buns.
For tickets call Mike Cardinale, 263-2773, Joe Koch, 263-8737, or Joe Lamb, 263-6885
There will be an Ecumenical Prayer Service to honor all public servants to be held at St. Joseph Church on May 4, at 7 p.m.
The service is being sponsored by St. Joseph Church, United Methodist Church of SIC, and the Messiah Lutheran Church.
During the prayer service they will ask God’s blessing of peace, hope, healing, and protection for the public servants and for all the families they serve.
The Sea Isle Garden Club meeting will be held May 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Lodge, JFK Boulevard and Park Road. 
Final plans will be made for the flower sale on May 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Marina Building, 346 42nd Street. 
Also, plans will be made for the June 2 visit to the Ocean City flower show.  New members and guests are also welcome to attend.
Every dog has his day, and this May, every dog will have his day on the beach in Sea Isle City. 
The Cape May County Animal Shelter Alliance (CMCASA) will hold its first annual “Paws on the Promenade” fundraiser for CMCASA on May 6.
The fundraiser celebrates national “Be Kind to Animals Week” which is the first week in May. The event will begin at the Promenade and JFK Boulevard on the pier in Sea Isle City at 12 p.m. and last until 2 p.m.
The advance registration fee is $10 and the day of the walk it will be $15.
Rules require that all dogs be on leashes, have current rabies vaccinations and those owners clean up after the dogs.
No pets in heat or pregnant animals are allowed to participate.
Funds from the event will go to CMCASA to help continue their efforts to operate a low-cost spay and neuter clinic for the county residents.
The event will feature many pets up for adoption from the CMC Animal Shelter and there will be raffle prizes for both people and pets.
Advance registration forms can be found at the Sea Isle City Library, Post Office, Municipal Building and the Cape May County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center, or by calling 609-628- 4553.
For more info:
Boy Scout Troop 76 will hold its annual All Italian Hoagie Sale on May 6, at the firehouse on Kennedy Boulevard and Cini Street from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Hoagies are $5 and may be ordered from any member of the Boy Scout troop.
Orders must be received by April 24. There will be no delivery.
All proceeds from the hoagie sale go toward funding the scouts’ annual trip to summer camp.
Order by calling 827-6310. However, its better to order from individual scouts because they get credit to purchase anything they need for the trip.
Troop 76 will also participate in a scuba diving training session on My 4. The session will take place at the Ocean City pool, 18th and Simpson Street. Certified divers will be the instructors.
The local troop, which has 18 members, is seeking additional members. For more information, call Jim English, 827-6310
Avalon Recreation Department announces the 2006 Big Band Dances at the Avalon Community Hall on 30th and Avalon Avenue.
The next scheduled dance will be Al Raymond Combo on May 6. Tickets are $5 at the door, open at 8 p.m. BYOB. Music from 8:30 -11 p.m. Reservations call 967-3066
The first annual “Friends of VIM” Beef ‘N Beer will be held on May 12 from 6-9 p.m. at the Windrift Hotel, 80th Street and the Beach in Avalon.
For more information see Seven Mile’s column.
The Townsend’s Inlet Civic Center Memorial Day Indoor Flea Market, Food Court & Auction will be held May 27th at the Center located at 138 – 85th Street. 
The Beach Tag Office is open every day except Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Applications for positions as beach tag inspectors are available at the beach tag office and city hall.
Deadline for the column is Wednesday at 5 p.m. for the following Wednesday’s printed column. Email any events or news to or fax at (609) 465-6159.

Read More

Spout Off

Cape May – I can't believe that this morning, I read a spout from someone that was defending being "WOKE" and that they appeared to be very proud of that statement. OMG, do your homework and pull…

Read More

Cape May – Meow. Me and my feral cat buddies saw your post asking us to stop pooing in your gardens. Appreciate you think we can read. I've talked it over with my pals and we decided, meow, meow, mew, mew…

Read More

North Cape May – “Do not fear your enemy,for your enemy can only take your life. It is far better that you fear the media, for they will steal your HONOR.” (Mark Twain)

Tells you something about Democrats…

Read More

Most Read

Print Edition

Recommended Articles