PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY APPRAISERS
For properties that have had construction work completed within the last year, the Township will be having a representative from Professional Property Appraisers completing property inspections for the Assessor’s Office from August 22nd thru October 1st. This representative will have correspondence from the municipality and company identification for verification.
MULLICA TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Mullica in the Pines Historical Society Museum hours are every Wednesday 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. For more information contact (609) 561-4034.
Outdoor Movie Night — “King Kong”
Saturday, October 1st 2016
Starts at Dusk
3410 Nesco Road, Nesco (Old Hilda Frame School)
**Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets
**Concession stand refreshments available
**No coolers, atvs or golf carts permitted
Pinelands United Methodist Church at Batsto
4200 Nesco Road (Route 542)
Sunday, September 25th
9:00 a.m. – 3 p.m.
To reserve a space please call Church Office 609-804-1844
Donate a few things to the Church or reserve a whole space for $10. donation.
Benefits the PUMC Youth Group Mission Fund
ELWOOD VOL. FIRE CO. GOLF TOURNAMENT
Elwood Volunteer Fire Company Golf Tournament
15th Annual William Kennedy Memorial Golf Tournament to Benefit Elwood Vol. Fire Co. & Linda Eagen
Mays Landing Country Club Saturday October 15th 2016 @ 8 am Rain or Shine
Registration is @ 7 am – Shotgun Start / Best ball @ 8 am
$90.00 per person includes Continental Breakfast, Cart, Golf, Lunch and Beer/Beverages Chinese Auction / Best Score / Longest Drive / Closest to the pin and More!
Gold Sponsor – $1000 = Only sign located at specified hole
Silver Sponsor – $5000 = Shares sign location with one other sponsor
Bronze Sponsor – $250 = 4 sponsors per hole
Associate Sponsor – $100 = Associate sign
Lunch Only – $25.00. Starts at noon.
Please stay for the Chinese Auction
*For further information, contact Jody Fowler at JFowler1701@gmail.com
Linda Eagen is a Mullica Township resident and the spouse of an Elwood Volunteer Fireman. She is battling a fight she never thought she would. In January of 2015 she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma which is a blood cancer that affects the bone marrow, destroys bones and destroys blood cells that fight infection. She had what she thought was a simple backache which turned out to be a crushed T7 vertebrae which if it had not been discovered and reconstructed when it was, it would have left her paralyzed from the chest down. Unfortunately she suffers pain daily from the cancer and also from the surgery which she has been told will probably not get better. She has to rely on a wheelchair when the pain is excessive. She has gone through 30 days of radiation on a daily basis as well as chemotherapy every week for five months. She was then sent for a stem cell transplant which confined her to the hospital for three weeks. So far none of this has been effective and she is still not cancer free. Linda is now undergoing chemotherapy two weeks for the next two years in hope the cancer can somehow be controlled but no promises have been made by her physicians. The doctors cannot tell her what her outcome will be, nor her life expectancy.
The medical bills are piling up and the Eagen’s are in need of our help. Please help us help a fellow brother fire fighter’s family in their time of need!
Recycling: Place all recyclable items in the same container. No separation is necessary! Containers may not exceed 49 lbs. Please do not use plastic bags for your recyclables.
No Plastic Bags, Please – Please DO NOT use plastic bags for recycling. Items should be loose in container. Unlike garbage, recycling gets sorted by hand and passes through various pieces of equipment. It’s important for both the safety of employees and the efficiency of the process.