April 17, 2014 In The News

The Press of Atlantic City and The Cape May County Herald reported on the proceeds of the Restaurant Gala, which raised $152,000 for student scholarships, http://bit.ly/1nqwFJC and http://bit.ly/RpcSQu.

 

Chef Educator Michael Huber wrote about several local dining establishments and chefs for The Press of Atlantic City, including the global influences on the menu at the Grilled Cheese & Crab Cake Co. http://bit.ly/1h3Xa29, and ACA adjunct Michel Gras, who left his native France for baking opportunities in Cape May, http://bit.ly/1h3Xcqw. He also featured ACA alumna Chef Lainie Sampson, head chef of Jon & Patty’s Coffee Bar & Bistro who shifted careers from child care to culinary, http://bit.ly/QpFkki, and Mario’s Pizza reopening following significant damage by Hurricane Sandy, http://bit.ly/1qJZgeT.

 

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, director of the Center for Regional and Business Research, was quoted in a Press of Atlantic City article about growth in Atlantic County, http://bit.ly/1gAYlXx.

The college’s Veterans Gratitude and Resources Fair was promoted in The Press of Atlantic City, http://bit.ly/1l7WEUE and http://bit.ly/1eJD2Ig.

 

The Cape May County Herald and The Press of Atlantic City printed a news release about upcoming noncredit culinary training at CMCC, http://bit.ly/1lnmnJR and http://bit.ly/1l2wCq5.

 

The college’s transition to Windows 7 was mentioned in a Press of Atlantic City article about the end of Windows XP support, http://bit.ly/1hLVArF.

 

The Press of Atlantic City reported on the French classes the college is offering in conjunction with the Cape May Tourism Department to improve service to French Canadian tourists, http://bit.ly/1kyObvf.

 

The Cape May County Herald printed news releases about scholarship donations from The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and Rio Auto Body, http://bit.ly/1l2rmmv and http://bit.ly/1mdg0sN. The Press of Atlantic City also featured the Rio Auto Body donation, http://bit.ly/1kyIo94.

 

The Current and The Cape May County Herald printed news releases about the workshops presented by Beacons by the Sea Visiting Scholar Fatjona Lubonja, http://bit.ly/1hJSWl5 and http://bit.ly/1nbSAXw.

 

The Press of Atlantic City featured Keith Forrest’s selection as Faculty Member of the Year, http://bit.ly/1j0Qinr. He was also featured in The Cape May County Herald, http://bit.ly/1j104G1.

 

The Press of Atlantic City reported on the baseball and softball teams’ recent games, http://bit.ly/1m7QkAw, http://bit.ly/1gH3r81 and http://bit.ly/1ezvUhh.

 

Chef Educator Annmarie Chelius, owner of ClassyChef LLC, taught members of the public how to top cupcakes with Easter designs at a free demo at the Ocean City Public Library, http://bit.ly/1r0lirU.

 

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the 7th Annual Communication Awards at the college, http://bit.ly/1eRhhk1.

 

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the digital design workshops the college’s continuing education department will offer this spring and summer, http://bit.ly/1hJUtro, and a noncredit series on starting a nonprofit, http://bit.ly/1j0IdAo.

 

The Cape May County Herald printed a release about summer and fall registration, http://bit.ly/1eJDExA.

 

Sungwoo Shin won the men’s recurve division at the Adam Wheatcroft Memorial Invitational Archery Tournament recently and was featured in The Press of Atlantic City, http://bit.ly/1l833PB.

 

The Press of Atlantic City featured an upcoming social media workshop, http://bit.ly/1mdnKes.

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