Here’s the Scoop–June 16, 2016

Therese Halscheid, senior adjunct of creative writing and English, will be reading from her latest book, Frozen Latitudes, at a poetry and prose reading, 6-8 p.m., June 20 at Sea Isle City Public Library.

Atlantic County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Medical Needs Shelter Team (MNST) directors recognized 2016 graduates of Atlantic Cape’s Nursing Program for their volunteerism. These students volunteered for the MNST while attending the Nursing Program. They were recognized for their participation in a number of the Medical Needs Shelter Team events including the Nursing Skills Fair and many table–top and actual training exercises conducted at the Anthony “Tony” Canale Training Center in Egg Harbor Township.

Recipients included Joshua Monk, Desmon Devery and Heather Skull.

Presenting the awards for volunteerism was Kristin Logue MSN, RN, Atlantic Cape alumna class of 2005, branch director of the MNST; and Ed Conover, deputy director of Atlantic County Office of Emergency Management.

Atlantic Cape Community College recently signed several student-athletes to NJCAA letters of intent.

Baseball: Antonio Caraballo of Egg Harbor Township High School, pitcher and third baseman. Caraballo is a Cape-Atlantic Honorable Mention selection and second baseman/outfielder Ryan Summers.

From Atlantic City High School, the Bucs signed catcher Andy Nunez Santos of Atlantic City and outfielder Usiel Marmalejos of Brigantine.

From Oakcrest High School, the Bucs signed pitcher David Sidwell of Mays Landing; and from Absegami pitcher/outfielder Gordon Neil III of Galloway.

Basketball: Courtney Hartman of Estell Manor has signed to play Women’s Basketball. Hartman, 18, graduates from the Atlantic County Technical Institute (ACIT) this month. Hartman was a 2nd team All CAL selection in her junior year.

girl signing letter with family behind her.

Courtney Hartman of Estell Manor signs to play on Atlantic Cape’s Women’s Basketball Team.

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