The Atlantic Cape Buccaneers Baseball team was proud to be asked to serve as ushers & greeters for this years Summer Fundraising Gala for the Atlantic City Rescue Mission. The event was held on August 14th, 2019 at the Atlantic City Sheraton Convention Center Grand Ballroom. The Keynote speaker for this year’s gala was Darryl Strawberry who graciously met with the coaches and players and took photos with the team.
Coach Rod Velardi presented Mr. Strawberry with a Buccaneers Baseball Team Tie, a Baseball Blazer Crest and the Team Handbook, making him an Honorary Buccaneer!
The Atlantic City Rescue Mission provides hope daily to thousands of individuals and families in need. They provide physical, emotional and other basic needs (through the provision of shelter, clothing, food, counseling, referral and structured programs) of the poor and those who struggle with addictive lifestyles in Atlantic City and the surrounding communities. Their commitment to serving the community mirrors the values and ethics of the Atlantic Cape Buccaneers who strive to be leaders both on and off the field.
As part of the Green Campus Initiative and efforts to fight hunger across our region, we are pleased to offer Farm Fresh Fix, courtesy of Donio Farms/Top Crop.
Orders placed by Sunday for Farm Fresh Fix will have a pick-up time from noon-2 p.m. on Tuesdays outside of STEM at the Mays Landing Campus (closest to parking lot).
Orders placed by Tuesdays for Farm Fresh Fix will have a pick-up time from noon-2 p.m. on Thursdays in the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus lobby.
There will be a few boxes of fruit/vegetables for sale, as well.
Each Farm Fresh Fix box contains a mix of fresh and nutritious fruits and/or vegetables sold at a budget-friendly price point.
Include the codes below to receive a discount on your snack box:
Mays Landing Campus Pick-Up use code ACCC5
Worthington Atlantic City Campus Pick-Up use code ACCC$5
Place your order here: http://bit.ly/FarmFreshFix
Jean McAlister and Denise Coulter
Co-Chairs, Farm Fresh Fix Initiative
Submitted by Linda Palmer
Students at Worthington Atlantic City Campus Prepare Easter Baskets for Donation
Cross-Cultural Club students in Atlantic City with their completed baskets for donation.
On March 22, more than 20 members of the Cross-Cultural Club prepared a donation of 40 Easter baskets for the children of homeless families. The baskets were delivered the same day to the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, who will give the baskets to the children. The baskets, candies, coloring books and small toys were bought by the club, and members worked assembly-line fashion to complete the charitable project.