Atlantic Cape is sponsoring the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 11th annual Spin 4 The Cure, Sunday, June 8, at Greate Bay Racquet and Fitness in Somers Point. Classes take place throughout the morning. Spin 4 The Cure raises money for adult and pediatric cancer research, provides patient aid for families coping with financial hardships and has funded informational and educational programs. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1469849793251826/ or contact Lisa Bee at 609-204-1170 or Mary Ellen Spiers at 609-926-9550.
If you watched the Phillies game in Miami May 20, you may have seen retired main campus and CMCC overnight security officer Tom Clark and his wife, Dianna. Tom and Dianna now live in South Carolina, and they travel to see the Phillies throughout the east and Midwest. And there they were in Miami, in their dapper Phillies Hawaiian shirts and Phillies caps. They were shown twice – once before the game started and once between innings.
Retiree Phyllis Bagnell sends the following note of gratitude: “I want to thank everyone who wished me well on May 15. It was great seeing my boss, Dr. Richard Perniciaro, my co-workers, and the many friends I made over the years at the college. Many laughs and good memories were shared. Retirement really is as good as they say! Love to All, Phyllis”
Mary Jayne Santilli, enrollment services, shares the following note: “I would like to thank the college community for your thoughtfulness in sending cards, flowers and baskets during my time of sadness. Words cannot express my heartfelt thanks.”
Summer café hours at the Mays Landing Campus are Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
- Danielle Epps, assistant director, admissions
- Mark Lewis, housekeeper I
- Felicia Smith, housekeeper I
- Bridget Temme-Soifer, senior research technician, institutional research