Friday, May 31, 2013

PinK Club's Beachbash Fundraiser to Support "Make a Wish" Foundation

Mark your calendars, get out your sandals,  put on your sunscreen and get  your game on as the newly renovated Laguna Grill in Brigantine, NJ and The PinK Club host its second annual PinKbeachbash. This year’sBeachbash will support the Sunshine “Make a Wish” Foundation.

Date and time: Thursday, June 13, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. till sundown.

We will have DJ, Charlie Bliss; Beach barbeque styled food and cold beverages supplied by  the Laguna Grill and Rip Reynolds, Jr.

There will be a Cash Bar (please no coolers as they will not be permitted on the beach front site). There is no rain date -games will be coordinated for inside.  PinK will host a variety of beach themed games along with a Volley Ball Tournament, Corn Ball, Horse Shoes, Ladder Ball, Bocce Ball, Dodge Ball, Relay Races, Potato Sack Races, Wheel Barrow Races, Spoon w/egg Races and Piggy Back Races.

Ticket price is $20.00, PinK Members-$15.00. We will be selling 50/50’s and Raffle purchases will be sold here at the time of check in and throughout the day. 

Let’s make this year’s “Fun” raiser a huge success by contacting one of the members below via email for presale tickets, donations or membership. 

On behalf of Nancy Mancuso, ( Secretary and the Board

Dotty Mastripolito, President (

Valerie McMorris, Vice President (

Dottie Arcuri, Treasurer (

If you would like to become a member feel free to contact Dotty M. at the within email.

  • The PinKclub is making strides and will continue to make strides with the fantastic support of our members. We are striving to create a positive, encouraging and caring organization along with being united in purpose, progressive in performance and innovative for the future. 

Press Release Provided by PinKclub

Chili's in Mays Landing Conducting a Give Back Night for Boston Hero Jeffrey Bauman

SAVE THE DATE: Its Date Night!

Chili's in Mays Landing will be conducting a Give Back Night for Boston Bombing Hero, Jeffrey Bauman. On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 from 11:00 am until closing, Chili's will donate 10% of your check to the Jeffrey Bauman Fund.

You MUST have the Vouchers listed below, so be sure to print them out from our website and take them with you so Jeffrey can receive the Donation!

Chilis' is located at 4305 Black Horse Pike in Mays Landing! I will be there, will you?

Share will your Family and Friends and have a great day out in honor of Jeffrey!

Yard Sale Listings for Saturday June 1, 2013 and Sunday June 2, 2013

Egg Harbor Township, Shelter Avenue - Community Yard Sale Saturday, June 1, 2013 and Sunday June 2, 2013.  Time 8:00 am to 3:00pm each day.

Galloway Township, Royal Suites - 214 W. Jimmie Leeds Road - Saturday, June 1, 2013. Time 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Galloway Township, 808 E. Somerstown Lane - Saturday, June 1, 2013 and Sunday June 2, 2013.  Time 8:00 am to 6:00pm each day.

Galloway Township, 431 Nectar Avenue - Saturday, June 1, 2013. Time 7:00 am

Absecon, 929 Shelburne Avenue -  Saturday, June 1, 2013 and Sunday June 2, 2013.  Time 7:00 am

Absecon, City Wide Yard Sale:  Saturday, June 1st, 8am - 3pm - (Rain Date Sun. the 2nd) Absecon Citywide Yard Sale. Multi-family at 144 Pitney Road, between Church Street and Faunce Landing Road. Maps to other citywide yard sale locations will be available here! Boating supplies, household items, 40+ gallon fish tank, crafting and rubber stamping supplies, lots lots more! Directions: from Atlantic City head west on the White Horse Pike (Route 30). Turn right on Shore Road (at Black Cat Tavern), make 2nd left onto Church Street and 1st right on Pitney. House is 3rd on right.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

2013 LPGA ShopRite Classic Pro-Am Results for Thursday May 30, 2013

Stockton Seaview
Tom Davis, Bob Davis, Chris McKee, Ed Johnson.  Victoria Tanco
Peter Zaffino, Tim Gardner, Frank Queally, Stephen Steinthal.   Kathleen Ekey
Joe Gozzi, Matt Gozzi, Dave Baer, Mike Ambrosio, Lexi Thompson
Pam Leibman, Victoria LaVecchia, Bonnie Chanzit, Nicole Perry.   Karrie Webb
Rich McMenamin, Nathan Tabak, Jim Watson, David Ferreira.   Jenny Gleason

Galloway National Golf Club
Tony Coppola, Chris Filling, Chuck Filling, Don Purdy, Maiya Tanaka
Carmine Caruso, Jake Oberon, Stacy Prammanasudh
Kyle Gode, Peter Kelso, Sue Kelso, Kim Phipps, Veronica Filibert
Richard Borchers, Vinny Gogliormella, Dan McAleavey, Jasi Acharya
John Downer, T.J. Hart, Harris Pogust, Zach Pogust, Brittany Smith

2013 LPGA ShopRite Classic Tournament Pairings and Start Times for Friday & Saturday

ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by ACER releases Tournament Pairings and Start Times for Round 1 on Friday, May 31, 2013 and Round 2 on Saturday, June 1, 2013.

The first Tee-Time starts at 7:15am on the Bay Course at the Stockton Seaview Marriott. A tournament that carries a purse of $1,500,000. 

Below are the Pairings and Tee-Times as released on

American Red Cross to Host Breakfast of Champions on June 13, 2013

American Red Cross - Southern Shore Chapter is holding a Breakfast of Champions to honor some very special local heroes.  The Breakfast is on June 13, 2013 from 7:30am - 9:30am, located in the Caesars Ballroom.

Please contact Kim Price via email at or by telephone at (732) 493-9100 ext. 1227.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

2013 LPGA ShopRite Classic Pro-Am Results for Wednesday May 29, 2013

Stockton Seaview
Darrell Morgan, Kevin DeDonato, Brandon Fowler, Mark Benevento, Ai Miyazato
Anthony Spezzaferra, Carmine Caruso, Bill Isaacs, Bob Cignarella, Moriya Jutanugarn
Stan Sloter, Guy Steuart, Jack Kennedy, Tim Gerges, Karen Stupples
Dave Goddard, Eugene Arnone, Michael Walsh, John Lorenzetti, Mo Martin
Ed Tobin, Jack Hartney, Matt Dennett, Alex Bernhardt, Mika Miyazato

Atlantic City Country Club
Dominic Frederico, Frank Frederico, Jay Bellwoar, Ralph Saggiomo, Courtney Harter
Jerry Cook, Jason Henney, Dave Howlett, Chris Boever, Calle Nielson
Rich Martino, Dom Passerelle, Jim Dorey, Tom Cingari, Angela Oh
Lee Chang, Bill Fylak, John Bambach, Joo-Taik Kim, Jenny Gleason
Pam Liebman, Victoria LeVecchia, Bonnie Chanzit, Nicole Perry, Ashley Knoll

Note: Hole Prize winners to follow later
TEE TIMES - ShopRite Pro-Am Presented by Harrah's
Thursday - Stockton Seaview - Click Here
Thursday - Galloway National - Click Here
For a full list of all Professionals playing in the ShopRite Pro-Am Presented by Harrah's please click here.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

TEE TIMES - ShopRite Pro-Am Schedule and Players Announced; Presented by Harrah's

2013 ShopRite LPGA Classic has announced the Pro-Am Players & Professionals for Wednesday, May 29 and Thursday May 30. Check out to see when your favorite Players are scheduled.

TEE TIMES - ShopRite Pro-Am Presented by Harrah's

Wednesday - Stockton Seaview - Click Here

Wednesday - Atlantic City Country Club - Click Here

Thursday - Stockton Seaview - Click Here

Thursday - Galloway National - Click Here

For a full list of all Professionals playing in the ShopRite Pro-Am Presented by Harrah's please click here.

NOTE: The file is extremely large, so please be patient and let the document fully load.

To find a certain player, please look at the index on page 2 and select which page of the 143 your player's bio is on. The page box should be in the top left corner.

Provided by ShopRiteLPGAClassic

2013 ShopRite LPGA Classic Local Qualifying Results, Monday 27, 2013

ShopRite LPGA Classic has released the Local Qualifying Results from Monday's May 27, 2013 qualifying round. 

Galloway Township Police Blotter May 12-18, 2013


CFS       879              Arrests            31
EMT       90              Accidents        16                                           
FIRE        6               Tickets            91                                                          
DVs          8               DWI’s             2    


Kevin J. Ahearn, 19, of Galloway, was arrested on May 13by Ofc.Ronald Gorneau for possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana.

Timothy L. Chester, 31, of Galloway, was arrested on May 13 by Ofc. Ronald Gorneau for DWI following a single vehicle accident.

Ida Rodriguez, 27, of Galloway, was arrested May 13 by Ofc. Christian Magazzu for hindering apprehension.

Derek D. Gibbons, 21, of Galloway, was arrested on May 14, by Ofc. Justin Butler for hindering apprehension.

Claudio Diaz, Jr. and Ryan Taylor, both 18 from Galloway, were arrested May 16 by Sgt. Mark D’Esposito for possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana.

Michael S. Flaherty, Jr, 31, of Galloway was arrested May 17 by Ofc. Ronald Gorneau for possession of CDS, possession of a hypodermic needle and obstruction.

Noelle Prusarczyk, 28, of Kunkletown, PA was arrested on May 18 by Det. Bryan Casey for theft.

Michael J. Curtis, 27, of Vineland, was arrested on May 18 by Det. Jason Kiamos for two counts of possession of CDS.

Eric M. Vaughn, 39, of Newark, NJ was arrested on May 18 by Ofc. William Kline for DWI.

Per Galloway Township Police Department, persons listed here as arrestees are considered innocent until or unless otherwise adjudicated otherwise in court. 

Monday, May 27, 2013 to Advertise Yard Sale Listings for FREE

Summer Time is here and everyone is having a Yard Sale! would like to list your Yard Sale on our website and Facebook Page for FREE.

Every week we will list any upcoming Yard Sales in the area.  We have a wide range of viewers so please feel free to send in your information. We anticipate to release the list on Wednesday or Thursday, each week. 

Email us at, all of your Yard Sale details.  

Please include the Date(s), Time(s), Street Address (including County and State) of your Yard Sale. 

It doesn't matter where you live, I will advertise it for you, FREE!

We ask you submit your Yard Sale Information at least 14 days prior to the date of the Yard Sale. 

You can also follow us on Twitter @GallowayTwpNews

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Twenty-Nine Establishments Raided by Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control in “Operation Swill” for Allegedly Switching Premium Alcohol for Cheaper Substitutes

ABC and Criminal Justice Investigators Seize Approximately 1,000 Bottles in Statewide Bust

TRENTON – Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa and Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Director Michael Halfacre today announced the details of “Operation Swill,” a raid executed the previous day by more than 100 ABC and Division of Criminal Justice investigators that targeted 29 establishments that were allegedly substituting premium alcoholic beverage brands with "well brand spirits," i.e., non-premium brands.

Specifically, the ABC investigation indicates that these 29 establishments were allegedly engaging in a practice of filling premium brand bottles with non-premium brands in an effort to deceive the customer and increase their profits. The customer paid for the premium brand, but was instead, unbeknownst to the customer, poured the non-premium brand.

“This alleged scheme is a dishonest ruse to increase profits, and it is a slap in the face to the consumer,” said Attorney General Chiesa. “Consumers should have the peace of mind of knowing that they will get what they spent their hard-earned money on every single time – no exceptions.”

“I believe Operation Swill will go a long way towards restoring that peace of mind and will also serve as a warning to anyone currently engaging in, or thinking about engaging in, this fraudulent practice,” added Chiesa.

Investigators yesterday visited the establishments, inspected the bar areas and seized all opened bottles of the following brands:

Vodka: Finlandia, Smirnoff, Absolut, Grey Goose, Ketel One

Gin: Tanqueray, Bombay Sapphire, Gordon’s

Rum:Bacardi Light, Bacardi Dark, Captain Morgan Spiced

Scotch: Johnny Walker Black, Dewar’s
Whiskey: Jack Daniel’s Black Label, Jim Beam, Knob Creek, Maker’s Mark

Tequila: Jose Cuervo Silver, Jose Cuervo Gold, Patron Silver
The ABC seized approximately 1,000 bottles yesterday, and that inventory is being securely stored with the ABC Investigations Bureau. The alcohol will go through more rounds of testing by the ABC and the manufacturers.
The operation focused on the 29 establishments because of information from confidential informants, consumer complaints and testing of samples conducted by both the ABC and the manufacturers of the brands. The samples were taken in January and February when ABC investigators visited 63 licensed establishments across the state and covertly took 150 samples. The undercover ABC detectives visited these establishments and secured samples of premium brand spirits by paying for drinks ordered “neat” – that is with no ice or mixer. Some of the locations visited had previous complaints against them, and some were chosen at random.
ABC Director Halfacre said the Division receives numerous consumer complaints about this practice every year.
“These cases can be difficult to prosecute because of the fleeting nature of the offense, and evidence of the offense is nearly impossible to collect after the fact,” Halfacre said.
“The ABC made the determination that the best way to address and eradicate this problem was with a coordinated effort like ‘Operation Swill’.”
Following the sample collection in January and February, the ABC tested the 150 samples using a new testing technology, a device called the True Spirit Authenticator. This machine provides a preliminary analysis of samples in a short span of time. In addition, the samples were sent to the laboratories of the brand manufacturers where additional testing of the samples was conducted. It was found that of the 150 samples 30 were not the brand they purported to be.
The International Federation of Spirits Producers, which represents those manufacturers, cooperated in this process and indicated to the ABC that drink substitution was a challenge for their business.
“The establishments raided yesterday by the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control were targeted because we are taking this type of fraudulent business practice seriously,” Halfacre said. “This practice affects the entire alcoholic beverage regulatory system. Manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and consumers are all victims of this scam.”
At the time of the seizure, investigators took statements from employees and also served demands for sales records. The establishments will have seven days to provide sales and invoice records that include information about the 20 brands of interest. They will also have to provide to the ABC information about the employees that were working the day samples were taken and the retail prices from the last nine months of the targeted brands.
Penalties for serving a drink other than ordered range from a 5-day suspension for the first offense to a 15-day suspension for the third offense. If further testing proves any of the seized bottles did not contain the correct labeled alcohol, that bottle could have multiple violations based on the potential drinks that could have been poured. ABC regulations could also allow for a 30-day suspension for any illegal activity on the licensed premise and those locations could also face a 30-day suspension for not cooperating in the investigation.
The Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control has a toll-free hotline for citizens to report illegal activity to ABC’s Investigative Unit. Anyone with information on illegal activity is encouraged to call 1-866-713-8392. All information received via the ABC hotline will remain confidential.
The following establishments were targeted in Operation Swill:
   Railroad Café, East Rutherford
   The Brick House, Wycoff
   Sunset Tavern, Burlington
   Graziano’s Ristorante, Chesilhurst
   Villari’s Lakeside, Gloucester Township
   Yesterdays, Marmora
   TGI Fridays, West Orange
   Italian Affair, Glassboro
   Bells Tavern, Lambertville
   TGI Fridays, East Windsor
   Brunswick Grove, East Brunswick
   TGI Fridays, Old Bridge
   TGI Fridays, North Brunswick
   TGI Fridays, Piscataway
   TGI Fridays, Freehold
   TGI Fridays, Marlboro
   TGI Fridays, Hazlet
   Murray’s, Dover
   TGI Fridays, East Hanover
   Sona Thirteen, Morristown
   Blackthorn Restaurant, Parsippany
   Ruby Tuesday, Bridgewater
   TGI Fridays, Linden
   Café 34, Matawan
   Applebee’s, Kearny
   Cucina Calandara, Fairfield
   TGI Fridays, Hamilton
   TGI Fridays, Springfield
TGI Fridays, Clifton
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