Atlantic Cape Community College News at Atlantic Cape Community College Atlantic Cape Honors Scientific Researcher Alumni Award <p>Atlantic Cape Community College conferred the sixth annual President&rsquo;s Distinguished Alumni Award to Stephen R. Dunn, a scientific researcher, at the 48<sup>th</sup> annual commencement, May 21.</p> <p>Dunn was born and raised in Atlantic City, and was president of Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s first graduating class in 1968. He was the student speaker at the inaugural commencement, earning an associate degree in science. Dunn continued his education at Rutgers University, where he received his bachelor&rsquo;s in chemistry and later earned a master&rsquo;s in analytical chemistry at Temple University. In between his studies, he served in the National Guard and received the Commander&rsquo;s Special Award in 1975.</p> <p>His academic accomplishments in chemistry lead him to a career as a researcher at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Medical College. He has co-authored more than 50 scientific publications on a variety of topics, been an invited lecturer at national and international conferences, and served as the principal investigator on several grants and contracts with the National Institutes of Health.</p> <p>Dunn said his experiences at Atlantic Cape provided the foundation for a successful career. He encourages Atlantic Cape students to stay focused. &ldquo;I recommend that they be the best student possible. Make a strong start when you enter college. Get good grades, work hard, and I promise, the fun will come later.&rdquo;</p> <p>He is now retired and lives with his wife, Kathleen, in both Philadelphia and Atlantic City.</p> <p>The award, initiated by Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Alumni Association Advisory Committee, recognizes an Atlantic Cape graduate who has displayed professional, personal, public or community-based accomplishments. Past recipients include: Thomas Innocente, retired professor and law enforcement officer; Dr. Valerie Travis-Reese, a New Jersey licensed professional counselor, Atlantic City Attorney Katherine Morris; Linwood Attorney Michael R. Rann; and Janice Fipp, former superintendent of Northfield Community School.</p> College Honors Dennis Stacy with Distinguished Foundation Board Member Award <p>Atlantic Cape Community College conferred the fifth President&rsquo;s Distinguished Foundation Board Member Award to Dennis Stacy of Northfield at the college&rsquo;s 48<sup>th</sup> annual commencement, May 21.</p> <p>Stacy is a Certified Financial Planner and a Private Wealth Advisor with Ameriprise Financial in Linwood. In his practice, Dennis focuses on helping his clients bring their dreams to life. He does the same for the students at Atlantic Cape Community College through his work on the Foundation board.</p> <p>He joined the board in 2000, and has served as the board&rsquo;s treasurer for more than 10 years. He led the effort to develop the board&rsquo;s investment policies and he oversees the financial health of the organization as the chair of the Foundation board&rsquo;s Finance Committee. He also serves on the Restaurant Gala and Golf Tournament committees. He lives in Northfield with his wife, Judy, an alumna of Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s nursing program.</p> <p>&ldquo;We are very grateful for Dennis Stacy&rsquo;s commitment to Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Foundation and the college as a whole,&rdquo; said Jean McAlister, interim dean of resource development &amp; president/Board of Trustees operations. &ldquo;His expertise is invaluable, and his longevity as the treasurer of the Foundation Board has provided us with the tools for financial stability.&rdquo;</p> <p>The award, initiated by a special committee of the Foundation Board, recognizes a current or past member of the board who has demonstrated leadership, advocacy and support on behalf of the college and its students. Past recipients include Diane T. McKoy of Mays Landing; Robert Mullock of Cape May; Charles Pessagno of Galloway; and James Cooper, Esq., of Margate, President Emeritus of the Foundation.</p> <p>Atlantic Cape established the Foundation in 1978 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity to build a broad base of financial support for its programs and services. Foundation members are drawn from local industry and small businesses and represent a broad cross-section of active leaders in the community. The Foundation has raised more than $3 million for scholarships, Foundation operations and to enhance academic programs and the campus environment. Annually, the Foundation provides nearly $300,000 for institutional scholarships, grants and emergency help.</p> <p>Atlantic Cape Community College will offer a variety of credit courses this summer to accommodate a range of lifestyles. Whether you&rsquo;re a current student, recent high school graduate or attending a four-year college and home for the summer, you can earn credits toward your degree during Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s summer sessions. Choose from courses in art, aviation, business, communication, computers, English, math, science and more.</p> <p>Students can register at the college&rsquo;s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike; the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, 1535 Bacharach Blvd.; and the Cape May County Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Upcoming summer sessions include:</p> <ul> <li>Second session, June 29-Aug. 20; in-person registration deadline June 25; online, fax or mail deadline June 28</li> <li>Third session, July 13-Aug. 20; in-person registration deadline July 9; online, fax or mail deadline July 12</li> </ul> <p>To view a complete list of summer courses and to register online, visit <a href="../../webadvisor"></a>. Regular registration hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays. The college will be closed May 25 and July 2, and on Fridays, May 29 through Aug. 21. Fall semester classes begin Aug. 31.</p> <p>The college accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Payment is due at the time of registration. To register online or view an updated schedule of summer and fall courses, visit <a href="../../"></a>. For more information, email <a href=""></a> or call (609) 343-5000, 625-1111, ext. 5000, or 463-3960 in Cape May County.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Atlantic Cape Awards 964 Degrees at Commencement <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong>Atlantic Cape Community College awarded 964 associate in arts, associate in science and associate in applied science degrees at the school&rsquo;s 48<sup>th</sup> commencement, Thursday, May 21. Cape May County business leader Will Morey delivered the keynote address.</p> <p>Dr. Peter L. Mora, Atlantic Cape president, presented an honorary associate in arts degree to Morey, president and CEO of The Morey Organization and co-chair of the Atlantic Cape Foundation&rsquo;s major gifts campaign, <em>Create Opportunity</em>.</p> <p>Stephen R. Dunn received the President&rsquo;s Distinguished Alumni Award, which recognizes an Atlantic Cape graduate who has distinguished him or herself through professional, personal, public or community-based accomplishments. Dunn, of Atlantic City, was a member of the first Atlantic Cape class and had a distinguished career as scientific researcher at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Medical College.</p> <p>Dennis Stacy of Northfield, treasurer of the Atlantic Cape Foundation Board of Trustees, received the President&rsquo;s Distinguished Foundation Board Member Award, which recognizes a current or past member of the board who has demonstrated leadership, advocacy and support on behalf of the college and its students. He led the effort to develop the board&rsquo;s investment policies and he oversees the financial health of the organization as the chair of the Foundation&rsquo;s Finance Committee.</p> <p>High honors student Chad A. Murnaghan of Cape May Court House, who achieved a perfect 4.0 average, delivered the class farewell. Murnaghan earned an associate degree in accounting, returning to college after a 20-year career as a plumber. He shared with graduates how Atlantic Cape helped give his life new direction after being laid off. &ldquo;Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s motto states &lsquo;Opportunity Starts Here,&rsquo; and this was true for me as this is my opportunity for a whole new path in life, as it is for each and every one of the graduates here today,&rdquo; Murnaghan said. I always dreamed of a college degree, and I couldn&rsquo;t be more proud of myself, and my fellow classmates, as we go forth into the next chapter of our lives, now possessing the education needed to succeed in today&rsquo;s world.&rdquo;</p> <p>Student Government Association President Mohamed B. Shawi of Egg Harbor Township, who will transfer to University of Central Florida, told the graduates: &ldquo;Throughout my time here, like many of you, I faced difficulties, both educational and personal, but with every obstacle I faced I was fortunate enough to have a professor or an adviser that was there to help me overcome it.&rdquo;</p> <p>Israel Negron II of Hammonton was elected by the student body to serve as alumni representative to the college&rsquo;s board of trustees, and was recognized.</p> <p>Maria Ivette Torres, Board of Trustees chairperson, conferred and presented degrees to the graduates.</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: Ventnor Sisters Use Discipline and Determination to Succeed at Atlantic Cape <p>Sisters Monica Ledesma, 20, and Elba Vanessa Ledesma, 22, both of Ventnor, did not have a seamless transition from high school to college. Coming from the Dominican Republic, they had no familiarity with the United States educational system, which initially proved a challenge. As they ready themselves to leave Atlantic Cape, each with an associate degree in science and head to Rutgers University, it is safe to say they overcame these hurdles.</p> <p>&ldquo;For us, the keys to success or to overcome any obstacle concerning our academic future are dedication and determination. In our case, getting the appropriate information and keeping in contact with our advisors have also been essential to succeed in college. Also, getting involved in clubs has also been a great way to get to know other students as well as to develop extra-curricular activities,&rdquo; they said.</p> <p>Both sisters were members of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and were active members of Cross Cultural Club, where they got to learn about people from other backgrounds, as well as volunteer in the community.</p> <p>When asked what opportunities Atlantic Cape had provided them, they said, &ldquo;Atlantic Cape and its professors provided us with the experience, the discipline and the knowledge that we will definitely need to move on with our career, and for our future in general.&rdquo;</p> <p>In 5 to 10 years, both Elba and Monica see themselves as successful engineers with flourishing personal lives.</p> <p>&ldquo;Dedication, hard work and determination are the keys to reach your goals. Success only comes to those who fight for it because if it were an easy achievement, then the joy of reaching it would not be as rewarding as it is,&rdquo; Monica said.</p> <p>&ldquo;This graduation means a lot to us. It represents the result of a lot of effort, but also a lot of remarkable experiences. It is a great satisfaction to know that we are on the right track to achieve our goal and it represents a moment of a lot of exciting changes in our lives.&rdquo;</p> <p><a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2183">Click here to see the 2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</a></p> <p><strong>Share your graduation-related pictures and updates on&nbsp;<a href="">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="">Instagram</a>&nbsp;using the #atlanticcape15 hashtag</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: Atlantic Cape Instills Need for Success in Egg Harbor Township Resident <p>Mohamed Shawi, 21, of Egg Harbor Township, will leave Atlantic Cape with an associate degree in <a href="../../program/degrees/asDegrees/biologyDegree.htm" target="_blank">biology</a>, but the Student Government Association president takes away far more from his experience here.</p> <p>Shawi said, &ldquo;Attending Atlantic Cape has instilled the need for success in my life. I see the world differently and I look forward to life. Most importantly, Atlantic Cape contributed to making me who I am today.&rdquo;</p> <p>When asked about challenges he faced at Atlantic Cape, he said, &ldquo;Probably not being involved in any activities my first year&mdash;at the time, I didn&rsquo;t feel that it was a challenge. Now, I experienced first hand that being involved definitely helps out with being a student. You are spending time with people who are going through the same difficulties as you, people who can relate; I was missing out on all of this, without even knowing.&rdquo;</p> <p>Shawi overcame this challenge by first getting involved with the environmental club. From there he went on to become active in Student Government, eventually becoming the president, as well as joining Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.</p> <p>In regards to opportunities Atlantic Cape provided, Shawi replied, &ldquo;The opportunities that Atlantic Cape has provided me with are too many to count, seriously! Having professors who actually care about their students is something so underrated, that in itself helps you get acknowledge and realize what you want to be and which way you should head in order to achieve exactly that. I connected with so many people here, most of whom are extremely helpful and selfless to the point that makes you wonder if you&rsquo;re actually awake.&rdquo;</p> <p>Shawi plans to transfer to University of Central Florida after Atlantic Cape. In five years, you will find him getting ready to graduate medical school, and in 10, working as an ophthalmologist.</p> <p>His philosophy for success? &ldquo;I do believe that no hard work or is ever wasted, and you eat what you cook (you get out what you put in); so just keep pushing and giving it your all!&rdquo;</p> <p><a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2183">Click here to see the 2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</a></p> <p><strong>Share your graduation-related pictures and updates on&nbsp;<a href="">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="">Instagram</a>&nbsp;using the #atlanticcape15 hashtag</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: Ocean City Resident is a Full Time Participant in Life <p>Perla Castro, 21, of Ocean City, came to the United States in 2010, knowing no English. This was her biggest challenge, having gone to middle school and high school in Santiago, Dominican Republic. Castro, who is receiving an <a href="../../program/degrees/aaDegrees/commDegree.htm" target="_blank">associate degree in communication</a>, said, &ldquo;It was a challenge for me to sit in a classroom and manage to understand, participate and be involved. It&rsquo;s hard to think in Spanish and talk in English.&rdquo;</p> <p>She overcame this challenge by surrounding herself with people who did not speak her language, and little by little, grew more confident in her English. Her biggest challenge is one of her greatest accomplishments, as she is now a bilingual student.</p> <p>Talking to Castro, you would never believe she learned English just five years ago.</p> <p>During Castro&rsquo;s time at Atlantic Cape, she served as a sophomore senator of the Student Government Association, was a member of the TV and Radio clubs, and organized and executed her own events for students, such as the inspirational speaker presentation,&nbsp;&ldquo;Live a Fearless Front Row Life.&rdquo;&nbsp;</p> <p>She also volunteered at many events like Advisement Days, College Awareness Day and open houses. &ldquo;My philosophy for success is giving. I give to the world, I volunteer, I donate, I work hard and eventually, I know the world is going to give back to me. There are two kinds of people in the world, participants and spectators. I&rsquo;m a full time participant of life and I feel that&rsquo;s going to lead me the right way.&rdquo;</p> <p>Castro hopes to work in either the political communications field supporting minorities and the Hispanic population, or as a higher education counselor.</p> <p>&ldquo;Graduating from Atlantic Cape means &lsquo;go out there and be amazing.&rsquo; I didn't get the chance to graduate with honors in high school, but I made it here and that means a lot to me. Opportunity really starts here!&rdquo;</p> <p>Castro will attend Stockton University to complete her Bachelor of Arts in communication this fall.&nbsp;</p> <p><a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2183">Click here to see the 2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</a></p> <p><strong>Share your graduation-related pictures and updates on&nbsp;<a href="">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="">Instagram</a>&nbsp;using the #atlanticcape15 hashtag</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: Atlantic Cape Gives Mays Landing Resident Second Chance <p>Tasha Devonish, 29, of Mays Landing, always felt incomplete having not received a college degree. When asked what it means to graduate from Atlantic Cape with an associate degree in <a href="../../program/degrees/aaDegrees/libArtsDegree.htm" target="_blank">liberal arts</a> and <a href="../../program/degrees/asDegrees/busAdminDegree.htm" target="_blank">business administration</a>, she replied, &ldquo;It means that I had it in me all along.&nbsp; Atlantic Cape provided me with a second chance.&rdquo;</p> <p>The road to graduation was not always easy, though. &ldquo;My biggest challenge was remembering that I needed to make time for myself and that taking a break from studying was OK. I haven&rsquo;t been in college in almost 10 years and I had a fear of failing. After receiving all A&rsquo;s my first semester back, I&nbsp;was disappointed in myself if I received a &lsquo;B&rsquo;&nbsp;on any assignment,&rdquo; Devonish said.</p> <p>When asked how she has changed since beginning her journey at Atlantic Cape, Devonish said, &ldquo;I have become more assertive and confident about the knowledge I possess.&rdquo;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>During her time at Atlantic Cape, she became a mentor for Atlantic City Youth Exposure, a nonprofit mentoring and enrichment program currently based at the Atlantic City Boys &amp; Girls Club. Ten years from now, she can see herself being a major part of a nonprofit organization, preferably created and ran by mentors of the organization.</p> <p>She credits her sister, Natalie Devonish, assistant director of Student Support Services at Atlantic Cape, her 2-year-old son, and the mentors and mentees of Youth Exposure in helping her achieve her career goals.</p> <p>Devonish said her philosophy for success is, &ldquo;To not compromise your happiness trying to please others. When you commit to something it should be whole-heartedly so you can feel a sense of gratification within yourself; I&rsquo;m experiencing this feeling right now.&rdquo;</p> <p>Devonish plans to go on to receive her bachelor&rsquo;s degree at either Rutgers or Fairleigh Dickinson universities, and proceed on to her master&rsquo;s degree.&nbsp;</p> <p><a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2183">Click here to see the 2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</a></p> <p><strong>Share your graduation-related pictures and updates on&nbsp;<a href="">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="">Instagram</a>&nbsp;using the #atlanticcape15 hashtag</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong></strong>Atlantic Cape Community College was named one of the 50 Best Online Community Colleges by Best Value Schools. Atlantic Cape offers 12 degrees entirely online, as well as credits toward any of the college&rsquo;s nearly 50 degree programs.</p> <p>Atlantic Cape was the first community college in the state to create opportunity by offering a full degree program at a distance, to accommodate the 24-hour schedules of casino and tourism employees.</p> <p>Courses are accessible 24/7, so students can log on and work on coursework at their convenience.</p> <p>&ldquo;The courses are particularly convenient for parents of young children, those in the military, police officers, firefighters, the disabled, those recovering from illness and those who have flexible work schedules,&rdquo; said Michelle Perkins, director of instructional technology.</p> <p>Online degree programs at Atlantic Cape include:</p> <p><strong>Associate in Science:</strong></p> <p>&bull;Business Administration</p> <p>&bull;Computer Information Systems</p> <p>&bull;General Studies</p> <p><strong>Associate in Applied Science:</strong></p> <p>&bull;Business Administration</p> <p>&bull;Computer Programming</p> <p>&bull;Computer Systems Support</p> <p>&bull;Database Design and Development Option (Computer Programming)</p> <p>&bull; Office Systems Technology</p> <p><strong>Associate in Arts degrees in Liberal Arts with options in:</strong></p> <p>&bull;History</p> <p>&bull;English</p> <p>&bull;Psychology</p> <p>&bull;Social Science&nbsp;</p> <p>Learn more about earning a degree online through Atlantic Cape at <a href=""></a>. Registration is underway for summer and fall courses.</p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: Egg Harbor Township Resident Finds Balance at Atlantic Cape <p>Kevin&nbsp;Del Cid, 22, of Egg Harbor Township, was a reserved, shy person in high school, coasting by with no real highs or lows. He never would have imagined leaving Atlantic Cape as the 2014 Communication Major of the Year with an <a href="../../program/degrees/aaDegrees/commDegree.htm" target="_blank">associate degree in communication</a>.</p> <p>&nbsp;&ldquo;I took my first communication course, Mass Media, with Keith Forrest. I enjoyed it, so I took another of his classes, and began meeting people within the major. Through these relationships and friendships I just became more comfortable with myself,&rdquo; Del Cid said.</p> <p>During his time at Atlantic Cape, Del Cid started got involved with the Atlantic Cape Review as a staff writer, but grew to be the co-editor this spring. He also joined the Communications Awards committee, where he transitioned from a general member to eventually vice chair and show runner. &nbsp;</p> <p>&ldquo;We just wrapped up the 8th annual awards and it was the smoothest, most time efficient show we&rsquo;ve ever produced and I&rsquo;m real proud of that,&rdquo; he remarked.</p> <p>He also said the school provided him a good safety net for finding himself, all while still earning credits and saving money.</p> <p>&ldquo;I&rsquo;ve gained a lot more confidence and found a good balance between my mature, professional self, and my lighthearted joker self, and how both of those sides are needed to succeed and be a genuine person.&rdquo;</p> <p>Del Cid&rsquo;s philosophy for success? To not forget where you come from. &ldquo;I remember the person I was, and try to help other people that remind me of the person I used to be and how there can always be untapped potential there,&rdquo; he said.</p> <p>Del Cid&rsquo;s next stop is Rowan University, while continuing to work at the Atlantic City Apple Store. When asked where he sees himself in five years, Del Cid replied, &ldquo;Hopefully still involved in some capacity with Apple in the communications field. I love the company and so far it&rsquo;s been a great place to work at. I would ideally be out of Rowan at that point and have a job, freelance work, or a great internship.&rdquo;</p> <p>Del Cid credits Professor Keith Forrest, who taught him a lot of valuable lessons in and out of the classroom; Briar Gibbons, the 2013-14 Communication Major of the Year who he worked closely with, and his parents with his achieved success.</p> <p>&ldquo;My parents came to the country to find a better place to raise me. They found every way to possibly give me a better education and always prioritized it, and for that I thank them. Graduating means a lot, as I&rsquo;m the first person in my family to graduate, and move on to a four-year school. It means all their work and all my work was not for nothing. It means I&rsquo;ve grown up to be a better person than I thought I could be.&rdquo;</p> <p><a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2183">Click here to see the 2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</a></p> <p><strong>Share your graduation-related pictures and updates on&nbsp;<a href="">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="">Instagram</a>&nbsp;using the #atlanticcape15 hashtag</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: High Honor Speaker Makes Dream Come True at Atlantic Cape <p>Chad&nbsp;A. Murnaghan, 39, of Cape May Court House, began his journey at Atlantic Cape unemployed and a longtime blue-collar worker with no college education. To say he is exiting on a high note is an understatement, as the 2015 Commencement 4.0 Farewell Speaker, Thursday, May 21, with an <a href="../../program/degrees/aasDegrees/accountDegree.htm" target="_blank">associate degree in accounting</a>.</p> <p>&ldquo;I would have to say my biggest challenge would have been dealing with self-doubt. Even after a semester or two of straight A&rsquo;s in the beginning, I would still find myself second-guessing my newly found academic ability,&rdquo; Murnaghan said.</p> <p>When asked how he overcame the challenge, he simply stated, &ldquo;Well, I didn&rsquo;t really have any other choice but to overcome this challenge; I was going to finish my degree at Atlantic Cape Community College no matter what. Having a college degree was a dream of mine, so I simply dove in headfirst and just did it, I wouldn&rsquo;t let my fears get in the way.&rdquo;&nbsp;</p> <p>When asked what opportunities he found along the way, he replied, &ldquo;Quite simply, the opportunity at an open door to the rest of my life! I now have the start of a future that I control with an education. The opportunity I had been missing out on my whole adult life, and the opportunity to now advance in a whole new career, instead of being stuck in, what was to me, a dead-end job situation.&rdquo;</p> <p>When reflecting on his achievements at Atlantic Cape, he felt he owed not one, but a few, thanks for helping him get to this point. &ldquo;First would be God, I would say a prayer just before each test or exam, and I must say it helped. Next, my family and friends for believing in me, especially when I may not have quite so much. Then, all of my professors, but especially my English professor, Regina Van Epps, who showed me what a truly devoted teacher is all about, and showed me I was worth it. Also, my counselor Colleen Hendrickson at the New Jersey Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, which is the reason I was able to attend college to begin with, after I was laid off and on unemployment at that time.&nbsp; Last, but certainly not least, Atlantic Cape Community College for being there for me, offering me excellent professors in classes where one is able to learn without feeling like just an enrollment number, and for being my pathway to success.</p> <p>&ldquo;Graduating from Atlantic Cape is truly meaningful to me in that it is a much greater feeling of accomplishment and fulfillment in life.&nbsp; I have always dreamed of having a college degree, and now I am able to pursue a new career in the field of my choosing. It&rsquo;s a chance to better myself, my position in a job, and my financial earning potential. Atlantic Cape is an excellent educational experience that I would recommend to anyone, regardless of age, whether it be for a new start in life, a career change, or just for the sake of expanding one&rsquo;s education and mind.&rdquo;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</p> <p><a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2183">Click here to see the 2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</a></p> <p><strong>Share your graduation-related pictures and updates on&nbsp;<a href="">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="">Instagram</a>&nbsp;using the #atlanticcape15 hashtag</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> GRADUATION SUCCESS STORY: Atlantic Cape Helps Opens Door to Success For Atlantic City Resident <p>Adiel X. Mendez, 24, of Atlantic City, battled the challenge of a visual impairment when he began his journey at Atlantic Cape, but he did not let that slow him down.</p> <p>&ldquo;I overcame this challenge by using a recording device to record the lectures, communicate with note-takers, and if note-takers were absent, I got the notes from another student that was in the class,&rdquo; said Mendez, who is earning an <a href="../../program/degrees/aaDegrees/psycDegree.htm" target="_blank">associate degree in psychology</a>.</p> <p>When asked how he has changed since attending Atlantic Cape, Mendez replied, &ldquo;I changed into being more responsible, independent and determined to accomplish anything I set out to do.&rdquo;</p> <p>During his time at Atlantic Cape, Mendez was actively involved in the Men of Atlantic Cape program, geared toward the retention and completion of minority men at the college.&nbsp;</p> <p>Mendez&rsquo;s next stop is Towson University this fall, where he will work toward a degree in Family Studies with a focus on Child Life.</p> <p>In 10 years, Mendez sees himself working in a pediatric hospital as a child life specialist, and having his own house.</p> <p>His philosophy for success? &ldquo;Determination, it&rsquo;s the key to opening all successful doors; optimism, positive minds kill negative vibes; and hunger, the smell of success makes me hungry that I just want to eat it before someone else does.&rdquo; He gives credit to God and his family for helping him achieve his career goals.</p> <p>&ldquo;Graduating from Atlantic Cape is very special to me. I interpret this moment as a successful door that I just opened, however I have more to open.&rdquo;</p> <p><a href="../../about/news/article.php?article=2183" target="_blank">Click here to see the 2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</a></p> <p><strong>Share your graduation-related pictures and updates on&nbsp;<a href="">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="">Instagram</a>&nbsp;using the #atlanticcape15 hashtag</strong></p> Academy of Culinary Arts Awards Medals To New Chefs at May 18 Ceremony <p>The Academy of Culinary Arts awarded culinary medals and certificates to 32 new chefs and baking and pastry professionals prepared with the latest culinary knowledge on Monday, May18.</p> <p>Twenty-three graduates honed their skills in the Academy&rsquo;s Culinary Arts program, and four completed the Baking and Pastry program. Two short-term specialization certificates in Baking and Pastry were awarded; three in Food Service Management; and one in Catering.</p> <p>The awards ceremony was held in Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Walter Edge Theater on the Mays Landing Campus, and honored the graduates with gold, silver or bronze medals or certificates based on their grade point averages and criteria established by the American Culinary Federation. Specialization graduates received certificates of completion. A reception at Careme&rsquo;s, the on-campus, student-run gourmet restaurant, followed the ceremony.</p> <p>Helena Borro of Sterling Forest, New York, was named valedictorian and winner of the Nathan Schwartz Award, which is presented to the top student of each graduating class.</p> <p>The keynote speaker was LaTasha McCutchen Bogdanov, executive chef for Gordon Ramsay&rsquo;s Pub &amp; Grill at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel and Casino and winner of Season 13 Hell&rsquo;s Kitchen.</p> <p>Bogdanov advised graduates, &ldquo;You can&rsquo;t choose a career based on the financial reward. You must choose something you love doing because it is not just about getting a paycheck, but about self gratification. Food brings joy, food brings purpose to life, and to be a leader, you must lead by example.&rdquo; She also reminded graduates that if they never settle, push forward, and have integrity, their career will never fail them.</p> <p>Erinn Hendricks, president of the Culinary Student Association, and Kyle Timpson,<strong> </strong>president of the Baking and Pastry Student Association, presented awards to graduates Helena Borro, Jonathan Daikhin, Tusheeway Henderson, Alice Drummond, Robert Johnson, Somer Gegeckas and Uriya Laster for their dedication to the student clubs.</p> <p>Kelly McClay, Academy of Culinary Arts dean, closed the ceremony encouraging students to practice sustainability in their culinary careers. &ldquo;Visit the farms where the food is grown. Talk to the fishermen who give you your products. Learn the difference between off-the-shelf and fresh ingredients.&rdquo;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Honorees, their hometowns (by county) and their awards are: </strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; ATLANTIC</strong></p> <p><strong>Dorothy Burkett</strong>, Hammonton &mdash; Bronze, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Gianna Cottone</strong>, Linwood &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Anthony Della Vecchia</strong>, Egg Harbor City<strong> </strong>&mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Alice Drummond</strong>, Egg Harbor City&mdash; Certificate, Food Service Management Specialization</p> <p><strong>Tusheeway Henderson</strong>, Newtonville &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Felicia Ingram</strong>, Egg Harbor City &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Robert Johnson</strong>, Mays Landing &mdash; Certificate, Food Service Management Specialization</p> <p><strong>Uriya Laster</strong>, Northfield &mdash; Silver, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Amanda Marcheski</strong>, Ventnor &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Lucianna Nuzzo</strong>, Egg Harbor Township &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts<strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>Bryon Price</strong>, Egg Harbor Township &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Tatiana Quinones</strong>, Atlantic City &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Jonathan Rataski</strong>, Northfield &mdash; Certificate, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Jenna Russo</strong>, Egg Harbor Township &mdash; Certificate, Baking &amp; Pastry Specialization</p> <p><strong>Ravina Scott</strong>, Atlantic City<strong> </strong>&mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts<strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Shauntae Smith</strong>, Mays Landing &mdash; Gold, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Steffany Torres</strong>, Atlantic City &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>BURLINGTON</strong></p> <p><strong>Mark Haber</strong>, Medford &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CAMDEN</strong></p> <p><strong>Alaina Chambers</strong>, Mt. Ephraim &mdash; Certificate, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Jonathan Daikhin</strong>, Voorhees &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Madison Del Rossi</strong>, Berlin &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Blake Weisman</strong>, Atco &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CAPE MAY</strong></p> <p><strong>Adam Prettyman</strong>, North Cape May &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts<strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Kolin Prosser</strong>, South Dennis &mdash; Silver, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>CUMBERLAND</strong></p> <p><strong>Spenser Burlew</strong>, Bridgeton &mdash; Gold, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>GLOUCESTER</strong></p> <p><strong>Kristy Chimenty</strong>, Sewell &mdash; Bronze, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Amanda DiStefano</strong>, Newfield &mdash; Gold, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Sawyer Galati</strong>, Mullica Hill &mdash; Bronze, Culinary Arts</p> <p><strong>Somer Gegeckas</strong>, Mt. Royal &mdash; Silver, Baking &amp; Pastry</p> <p><strong>Elizabeth Reklewski</strong>, Franklinville &mdash; Certificate, Baking &amp; Pastry Specialization</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>OCEAN</strong></p> <p><strong>Kevin Kinslow</strong>, Manchester &mdash; Certificate, Baking &amp; Pastry Specialization; Certificate, Catering Specialization</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YORK</strong></p> <p><strong>Helena Borro</strong>, Sterling Forest &mdash; Gold, Culinary Arts</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The ACA has been training future chefs for more than 30 years. Academy graduates can be found in kitchens around the world in major hotel and restaurant chains, while others have gone on to open their own restaurants and catering businesses. For more information about the Academy of Culinary Arts, call 1-800-645&#8209;CHEF, email <a href=""></a>, or visit the ACA online at &nbsp;<a href="../../aca/"></a>.</p> <p>Fall classes begin Monday, Aug. 24. Seats and scholarships are available. To register, call Valerie Weller at (609) 343-4944.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List <p><strong>2015 Atlantic Cape Graduate List</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>ATLANTIC COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Absecon</strong></p> <p>Ankit S. Amin</p> <p>Megan Ann Berenotto</p> <p>Cristina M. Bianchi</p> <p>Nicole L. Burroughs</p> <p>Dante Calabrese</p> <p>Krista L. Creamer</p> <p>Jonathan D. Cullari</p> <p>Michelle De la Cruz</p> <p>Stephante B. Elliott</p> <p>Donna M. Farruggio</p> <p>Zuleyka I. Garcia</p> <p>Michaela M. Goodwin</p> <p>Kurtis M. Hamby</p> <p>Craig Henderson, Jr.</p> <p>Sahirah-Thema Hughes</p> <p>Kimberly M. Kern</p> <p>Daniel J. Levy</p> <p>Alexander J. Macchione</p> <p>Tinelle McNulty</p> <p>Ashley Moore</p> <p>Asher D. Nothaft</p> <p>Curtis D. Ricciardi</p> <p>Claire M. Riley</p> <p>Lynette S. Robinson</p> <p>Lauren Straub</p> <p>David P. Town</p> <p>Jennifer L. Tracy</p> <p>Kufre I. Umoren</p> <p>Julio A. Zamora</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Atlantic City</strong></p> <p>Diana Adams</p> <p>Amirah C. Adderly</p> <p>Nicole A. Agosto</p> <p>Patricia L. Alexander</p> <p>Jane G. Arab</p> <p>Saliyah Bey</p> <p>Rocio Bravo</p> <p>Ronette R. Brown</p> <p>Gemma M. Bunting</p> <p>Jimmara H. Carpenter</p> <p>Karen B. Carter</p> <p>Jalisa Q. Chance</p> <p>Nathalie L. Chavez</p> <p>Tyler R. Claybrooks</p> <p>Junaisy M. Colon</p> <p>Lismeri Colon-Bonilla</p> <p>Tanisha A. Copeland</p> <p>Steven E. Cordero</p> <p>Mauricio A. Cuba</p> <p>Kevin L. Curley</p> <p>Inemesit M. Dan</p> <p>Dajuan G. Daniels</p> <p>Popi Dasgupta</p> <p>Kahira L. Dixon-Thompson</p> <p>Arthur M. Dorley</p> <p>Claude Doswell</p> <p>Jessica T. Duong</p> <p>Krystal O. Duong</p> <p>Carlos A. Escobar</p> <p>Leonardo E. Garcia</p> <p>Nicelia Gonzalez</p> <p>Lenora Hampton</p> <p>Donita I. Harmon</p> <p>Mary&rsquo;Ana D. Harmon</p> <p>Christopher L. Hawkins</p> <p>Alisha Monique Ingram</p> <p>Faizan Iqbal</p> <p>Mohammad S. Islam</p> <p>Christa D. Jackson</p> <p>Christian J. Johnson</p> <p>Amiyn A. Jones-Bethea</p> <p>Jennifer S. Juarez</p> <p>Nicholas L. Kershaw</p> <p>Reauna L. King</p> <p>Nakesha M. Lawrence-Chowdhury</p> <p>Jiawei Long</p> <p>Ivenny D. Lopez</p> <p>Katherine M. Lopez</p> <p>Chedecia S. Lowe</p> <p>Alexandra Lucas</p> <p>Tania Luengas-Gonzalez</p> <p>Ramsha Malik</p> <p>Brian J. McCline</p> <p>Jonathan Mercado</p> <p>Takysha C. Moore</p> <p>John K. Moto-Borders</p> <p>Kimya K. Nicholls</p> <p>Yanilia Nieves</p> <p>Sadikun Nisa</p> <p>Benjamin Ogunleye</p> <p>Maharshi B. Patel</p> <p>Daniela Perez</p> <p>Masudur Rahman</p> <p>Shagufta Rani</p> <p>Stephanie M. Rivera</p> <p>Chinaisy Rodriguez</p> <p>Kemberly F. Rodriguez</p> <p>Giuseppe A. Romero</p> <p>Ebony Rowell</p> <p>Nashid Salaam, Jr.</p> <p>Zonaid E. Salam</p> <p>Ravina M. Scott</p> <p>Rayhana H. Shuva</p> <p>Lisa F. Stewart</p> <p>Rebeka Sultana</p> <p>Wilson Vertus</p> <p>David Vu</p> <p>Julie M. Walker</p> <p>Takiyah M. Woodall</p> <p>Nusrat Yasmeen</p> <p>Rejoana Yesmin</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Brigantine</strong></p> <p>Qudsia Ambreem</p> <p>Gladys Y. Ayala</p> <p>John E. Bewley</p> <p>Charles Edward Bontorno, Jr.</p> <p>Adriana F. Brunetti</p> <p>Kyle Howard Croce</p> <p>Nicole R. Devenny</p> <p>Rosalinde J. Hill</p> <p>William A. Knight</p> <p>Nicholas A. Kuhn</p> <p>Alexandra J. McCall</p> <p>Bianca R. Mecca</p> <p>Kajal B. Patel</p> <p>Lauren T. Pizza</p> <p>Dylan T. Schiraldo</p> <p>Ellie M. Sebastian</p> <p>Taylor Shotwell</p> <p>Allison M. Stoltzfus</p> <p>Marko Tomljanovic</p> <p>Carissa L. Westcott</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Buena</strong></p> <p>Lynsey L. Gordillo</p> <p>Matthew M. Gundersen</p> <p>Madelyn V. Simione</p> <p>Maria E. Simione</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Corbin City</strong></p> <p>David E. Dwyer</p> <p>Jesse H. Peterson</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Dorothy</strong></p> <p>Richard A. Mead</p> <p>Teresa A. Mesler</p> <p>Madeline M. Niederhofer</p> <p>Alison L. Todd</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Egg Harbor City</strong></p> <p>Ryan J. Baclayo</p> <p>Dylan T. Bonilla</p> <p>Deanna L. Braun</p> <p>Unique M. Cohen</p> <p>Robin C. Cruz</p> <p>Aleigh R. Czerwinski</p> <p>Nicole L. D&rsquo;Agostino</p> <p>Jennifer I. Dasaro</p> <p>Anthony J. Dellavecchia, Jr.</p> <p>Brian J. Dollison</p> <p>Chelsea Dubois</p> <p>Sarah J. Dudley</p> <p>Amanda L. Heraux</p> <p>Myrna R. Hernandez</p> <p>Randolph G. Hull</p> <p>Felicia Nicole Ingram</p> <p>Jessica M. King</p> <p>Amber G. Logan</p> <p>John Maravilla</p> <p>Sidney M. Mathis</p> <p>Brianna L. McKee</p> <p>Nelson R. Mercado</p> <p>Stephen Michel, III</p> <p>Nichole Lynn Moore</p> <p>Crystal M. Neal</p> <p>Brittney J. Nicholson</p> <p>Matthew M. Ordille</p> <p>Nicholas R. Pappas</p> <p>Haminton B. Rodriguez</p> <p>Michael Joseph Romanelli</p> <p>Jeffrey R. Scholler</p> <p>Carmella M. Silipena</p> <p>Lynn M. Stadtmueller</p> <p>Robert O. Taylor</p> <p>Tamarra C. Thomas</p> <p>Suzan Welsh</p> <p>Amanda L. Wright</p> <p>Nikki Pangilinan Yu</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Egg Harbor Township</strong></p> <p>Mi&rsquo;e R. Abdullahi</p> <p>Eric P. Acierto</p> <p>Mary O. Addo</p> <p>Andoria L. Addonizio</p> <p>Carlos H. Aguirre</p> <p>Nada Aldamen</p> <p>Jarrett L. Alter</p> <p>Tania Z. Alvarado</p> <p>Shanen N. Alvarez</p> <p>Renie L. Anderson</p> <p>Yuxuan Bai</p> <p>Rizwan B. Bakhat</p> <p>Paul S. Barbere</p> <p>Xavier I. Baskerville</p> <p>Nicole Bates</p> <p>Victoria R. Battaglini</p> <p>Christine E. Bedard</p> <p>Maria N. Borsani</p> <p>Renee M. Bowers</p> <p>Karen F. Brundage-Johnson</p> <p>Mai H. Bui</p> <p>Francesca I. Caloiero</p> <p>John Joseph Campbell</p> <p>Kelsey L. Caputo</p> <p>Jessica L. Carlson</p> <p>Ramiro Castillo</p> <p>Jinalee M. Christie</p> <p>Haylee B. Ciccone</p> <p>William J. Clark</p> <p>Daniel T. Coggins</p> <p>Sean L. Collins</p> <p>Alexandria G. Davis</p> <p>Katerina H. Deebold</p> <p>Kevin Del Cid</p> <p>Moses G. Dennis</p> <p>Darline Desamours</p> <p>Grace M. Diaz</p> <p>Scarlet S. Dominguez</p> <p>Revati K. Doshi</p> <p>Sean P. Draper</p> <p>Andrew M. Eberwine</p> <p>Philip R. Egnor</p> <p>Jared J. Fatcher</p> <p>Shane M. Fawley</p> <p>Jyssica L. Feliciano</p> <p>Zannatul Ferdoys</p> <p>Patricia M. Foglia</p> <p>Christopher R. Frey</p> <p>Devin D. Gabrielle</p> <p>Josh W. Gager</p> <p>Sara Gayed</p> <p>Elizabeth A. Gettings</p> <p>Hannah E. Glancey</p> <p>Camillo G. Giulietti</p> <p>Shauna M. Goller</p> <p>Sarah E. Gonzalez</p> <p>Katrina J. Grace</p> <p>Garrett W. Gray</p> <p>Colleen Greco</p> <p>Paul Greeley</p> <p>Alisha M. Hamid</p> <p>Sophonia T. Handy</p> <p>Jessica L. Hartman</p> <p>Amber M. Henry</p> <p>Richard P. Ho</p> <p>Elyssa L. Horner</p> <p>Mohammed T. Hossain</p> <p>Binh N. Huynh</p> <p>Lan Y. Huynh</p> <p>Joseph A. Iannuzzelli</p> <p>Eric M. Jerome</p> <p>Kira L. Korzeniowski</p> <p>Olatunde G. Kuponiyi</p> <p>Nicole M. Kurban</p> <p>Randy M. Leopardi</p> <p>Ryan K. Littley</p> <p>Aneliya Lorenzo-Delacruz</p> <p>Madel Y. Lubiano</p> <p>Jelissa Marquez</p> <p>Luzcely E. Martinez</p> <p>Julianne E. Mason</p> <p>Jeffrey E. Mazer</p> <p>Shawn P. McCarrick</p> <p>Sean T. McHugh</p> <p>Shannon J. McHugh</p> <p>Amanda N. Meeker</p> <p>Esperliss Melo</p> <p>Adiel X. Mendez</p> <p>Jessica T. Merito</p> <p>Akua S. Mfojo</p> <p>Iftidar M. Miah</p> <p>Stephanie A. Miner</p> <p>Marylin Monagas</p> <p>Nikaela Monroe</p> <p>Albert C. Montemayor</p> <p>Jeffrey J. Montgomery</p> <p>Olga L. Montoya</p> <p>Lauren M. Moran</p> <p>Nathan C. Morgenstern</p> <p>Marium Mubarak</p> <p>Julie A. Muller</p> <p>Michael J. Munyon, Jr.</p> <p>Allyson T. Nguyen</p> <p>Michael Nieves</p> <p>Jessica T. Normil</p> <p>William S. Nuneville</p> <p>Glenn C. Parker</p> <p>Eduardo Perez, Jr.</p> <p>Thuong H. Pham</p> <p>Natalie M. Plaud</p> <p>Brianna Price</p> <p>Andrea Nichole Pugliese</p> <p>Diedina V. Rios</p> <p>Herdaliv X. Rivera</p> <p>John T. Rizzotte</p> <p>Francisco X. Rodriguez</p> <p>Donald S. Rogers, Jr.</p> <p>Ang&eacute;lica S&aacute;nchez</p> <p>Elijah Sanchez</p> <p>Maria Sanchez</p> <p>Melissa A. Sandfort</p> <p>Monique I. Santiago</p> <p>Joshua Santos</p> <p>Rodney M. Satterfield</p> <p>John F. Schlaner, III</p> <p>Kevin M. Scrofani</p> <p>Janilza E. Segarra</p> <p>Mohamed B. Shawi</p> <p>Michael R. Slamon</p> <p>Flory Nicole Sorto Salgado</p> <p>Danielle S. St. James</p> <p>Dina M. Stauffer</p> <p>Matthew A. Stewart</p> <p>Zoe M. Stote</p> <p>Lauren P. Sweeney</p> <p>Hayam R. Swiha</p> <p>Shafayeth Syed</p> <p>Jannah M. Tarzona</p> <p>Martin C. Thurlow, Jr.</p> <p>Alexandra Z. Torres</p> <p>Andrew J. Torres</p> <p>Natallia Trafimuk</p> <p>Khuyen B. Tran</p> <p>Jocelyn Valdez</p> <p>Natasha Villada</p> <p>Kristina M. Villanueva</p> <p>Krystal M. Villanueva</p> <p>Teresa Quynh Vu</p> <p>Kelli N. Walsh</p> <p>Kelsey D. Whitted</p> <p>Dinara Widder</p> <p>Marquise A. Woods</p> <p>Jacob B. Yaure</p> <p>Brittany L. Yecco</p> <p>Daria M. Zakaryan</p> <p>Ashley M. Zonge</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Estell Manor</strong></p> <p>Marissa Cartier</p> <p>William N. Dilg</p> <p>Rachael M. Grant</p> <p>Courtney L. Harris</p> <p>Jennifer M. Ottaviano</p> <p>Angela G. Palermo</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Galloway</strong></p> <p>Cherisse Abdullah</p> <p>Yessenia Agudelo</p> <p>Elizabeth J. Akpassa</p> <p>Joshua L. Alcoba</p> <p>Hakima R. Ali-Morgan</p> <p>Mbiatke-Abasi D. Andy</p> <p>Maria E. Arbieto</p> <p>Illia Azhar</p> <p>Darren W. Babnew</p> <p>Rachel P. Baten</p> <p>Brittany N. Beals</p> <p>Lindsay M. Bender</p> <p>Alexandra C. Burnett</p> <p>Farrah A. Charles</p> <p>Kevin Chau</p> <p>Ying Qiao Chen</p> <p>Cindy L. Cheung</p> <p>Hsing-I Chou</p> <p>Courtney A. Colache</p> <p>Kanisha Cosby</p> <p>Chelise J. Coulter</p> <p>Brielle Cuevas</p> <p>Jacquelyn C. Dayrit</p> <p>Gina M. Dicesare</p> <p>Long P. Do</p> <p>Marquita V. Dowe</p> <p>Joseph B. Eberhart</p> <p>Katherine Ellenberg</p> <p>Ayah A. Elsayed</p> <p>McKinnon R. Erario</p> <p>Gianfranco J. Escalante Bravo</p> <p>Ava Favaro</p> <p>Constance A. Fedison</p> <p>Sara Fisher</p> <p>Danielle N. Forbey</p> <p>Bruce J. Franchetti</p> <p>Julie J. Gallagher</p> <p>Alexis Garbarino</p> <p>Elizabeth S. Gifford</p> <p>Veronica B. Gonzales</p> <p>Cedar A. Gudelunas</p> <p>Samantha D. Gueli</p> <p>Juan C. Gutierrez</p> <p>Arianna I. Hackett</p> <p>Charolett J. Hall</p> <p>Heather A. Harris</p> <p>Nadirah N. Highsmith</p> <p>Darius F. Hillard</p> <p>Kathryn Thi Hoffmann</p> <p>James S. Hopp</p> <p>Irina V. House</p> <p>Samantha J. Howley</p> <p>Konstantine S. Karatzas</p> <p>Romona M. Karatzas</p> <p>Kamilah A. Kelley</p> <p>Himanshu Khullar</p> <p>Robert T. Klimkowski</p> <p>Daniel Koo</p> <p>Loreal N. Kurtz</p> <p>Ricardo J. Labastida, III</p> <p>Patricia A. Lambert</p> <p>Victoria O. LaPergola</p> <p>Devon Larkins</p> <p>Kristina R. Leeds</p> <p>Lauren R. Librizzi</p> <p>Chelsea B. Lucas</p> <p>Karina Matus</p> <p>Tonya L. Mears</p> <p>Charles W. Mettille, Jr.</p> <p>Ryan Milligan</p> <p>Juliette Mora</p> <p>Celia R. Morrison</p> <p>Michelle L. Myland</p> <p>Elizabeth A. Newnam</p> <p>Carlos J. Ozoria</p> <p>Janki A. Patel</p> <p>Janki M. Patel</p> <p>Shayna R. Patel</p> <p>Trinkal Patel</p> <p>Kiara Perez</p> <p>Amanda L. Petitt</p> <p>Dynasty A. Pilgrim</p> <p>Brian M. Platt</p> <p>Juan D. Plummer, II</p> <p>Layla C. Polk</p> <p>Lindsay R. Rapetti</p> <p>Miss Wendy L. Razzi</p> <p>Tanzela Riaz</p> <p>Gina M. Ritson</p> <p>Colby M. Roberts</p> <p>Robin L. Robertson</p> <p>Laquay M. Rooks</p> <p>Christopher D. Russo</p> <p>Cesar Sandoval</p> <p>Richie Sandoval</p> <p>Sungwoo Shin</p> <p>Jacqulyn E. Smith</p> <p>Lily S. Sutton</p> <p>Frances Sweeney</p> <p>Sandra Tomasetti</p> <p>Rodeline Valeus</p> <p>Golda Mier M. Valmoria</p> <p>Ciera M. Ventura</p> <p>Kalynn M. Voci</p> <p>Stacey-Ann Ashley Marie Watson</p> <p>Christine Williams</p> <p>Gabrielle Elise Wilson</p> <p>Sarah K. Woerner</p> <p>Felisha Wu</p> <p>Isfand Yar</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Hammonton</strong></p> <p>Brenda K. Aguilar Guzman</p> <p>Desiree Alotto</p> <p>Joshua T. Benton</p> <p>Thomas W. Branin, Jr.</p> <p>Dorothy D. Burkett</p> <p>Candace Angielena Capoferri</p> <p>Raymond M. Capretti, Jr.</p> <p>Evan A. DeFiccio</p> <p>Jordyn Noelle Dulski</p> <p>Kevin D. Edmondson</p> <p>Raymond D. Effinger, Jr.</p> <p>Dillon J. Fox</p> <p>Kathi Gallagher</p> <p>Phyllis E. Gantner</p> <p>Katarzyna Grasso</p> <p>Lauren M. Grasso</p> <p>Margaret F. Harrold</p> <p>Renee M. Harrold</p> <p>Jayssa J. Hermes</p> <p>Damaris Hernandez</p> <p>Nichole M. Imparato</p> <p>Tara D. Jacobs</p> <p>Samantha Leek</p> <p>Remi N. Lipford</p> <p>Sheena M. Lodato</p> <p>Enny Gabriela Maldonado Cardona</p> <p>Ryan May</p> <p>Carmen Mazzei</p> <p>Ariel G. Melhado</p> <p>Sonya Y. Melton</p> <p>Israel Negron, II</p> <p>William J. Nicholson</p> <p>Marie Jaime C. Ocampo</p> <p>Sarah M. Olsen</p> <p>Jennifer M. Orlando</p> <p>Brandon H. Petrosh</p> <p>Thomas W. Philpot</p> <p>Adam N. Re</p> <p>Dominic D. Scaffidi, Jr.</p> <p>Kelly E. Simmons</p> <p>Daniel A. Solitro</p> <p>Brianna L. Sprague</p> <p>Antwaine J. Streater</p> <p>Harry R. Valentin</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Landisville</strong></p> <p>Lauren C. Adams</p> <p>JoAnn Laura Samantha Drogo</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Leeds Point</strong></p> <p>Katrina A. Tittermary</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Linwood</strong></p> <p>Constantinos Arhontoulis</p> <p>Molly G. Cusack</p> <p>Joseph P. D&rsquo;Agostino</p> <p>Lauren A. Dalzell</p> <p>Joseph J. Dimaio</p> <p>Christine A. Droney</p> <p>Laura L. Lynch</p> <p>Ian F. McGee</p> <p>Dominick Morgenstern</p> <p>Devin S. Reilly</p> <p>Tricia Stephanie-Anne Samodio</p> <p>Charles F. Schwenger, IV</p> <p>Cooper Harrison Terrell</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Longport</strong></p> <p>Alexander Iezzi</p> <p>Marjorie Stroebele</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Margate</strong></p> <p>Joshua L. Clark</p> <p>Dana M. Reimers</p> <p>Boris B. Vassilev</p> <p>Jackeline M. Vidaurre</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mays Landing</strong></p> <p>Mark S. Alani</p> <p>Julian L. Anderson</p> <p>Niosha N. Barry</p> <p>Tyler J. Bradley-Roach</p> <p>Timothy D. Brown</p> <p>Timothy S. Burns</p> <p>Ashley K. Calderone</p> <p>Alvin G. Chau</p> <p>Angela M. Collado</p> <p>Colleen R. Curry</p> <p>Steven P. Davis</p> <p>Tasha M. Devonish</p> <p>Nicholas Domenick Diana</p> <p>Malissa L. Diaz</p> <p>Paul K. Dobison</p> <p>Robert A. Dodson, Jr.</p> <p>Brittany R. Eggie</p> <p>Nathan S. Ein</p> <p>Gordon Elam, Sr.</p> <p>Ivis Y. Fullard</p> <p>Natalia Gaitan</p> <p>Darryl L. Glover</p> <p>Jessica N. Goods</p> <p>Ana M. Gorka</p> <p>Zakera N. Grace</p> <p>Samantha L. Groen</p> <p>Tauheedah S. Hadi</p> <p>Jessica M. Hare</p> <p>Andrea J. Harley</p> <p>Jessica N. Imperatore</p> <p>Robert Johnson, III</p> <p>Kimberly A. Johnston</p> <p>Jordan C. Jones</p> <p>Samantha R. Keating</p> <p>Mesha B. Kent-Howerton</p> <p>Tiffany A. Kind</p> <p>Jenny Lao</p> <p>Maugline Laurent</p> <p>Joushlyn D. Loya</p> <p>Galena L. Lyubenova</p> <p>Briana F. Manning</p> <p>Minely Martinez</p> <p>Amirah Maye</p> <p>Michael A. Mazzoni</p> <p>Luanne M. McCardell</p> <p>Erica L. McCourt</p> <p>Rebecca E. McCourt</p> <p>William M. McGuire</p> <p>Frantz J. Nelson</p> <p>Justin F. Ocasio</p> <p>Zachary J. Olden</p> <p>Andrew T. Orlowsky</p> <p>Brielle T. Palmer</p> <p>Heather L. Pappas</p> <p>Phyllis D. Primas</p> <p>Heather Rachinsky</p> <p>Katsiaryna Rameika</p> <p>Christopher T. Reale</p> <p>Celida I. Rivera</p> <p>John O. Rogers</p> <p>Nadiyah L. Santiago</p> <p>Xueqin Schneider</p> <p>Catherine L. Sehl</p> <p>Nicholas T. Settle</p> <p>Ada M. Sinclair</p> <p>Jennifer Smith</p> <p>Shauntae L. Smith</p> <p>Stephanie E. Stahl</p> <p>Melissa Timmreck</p> <p>Irene K. Trinh</p> <p>Marina Turenco</p> <p>Renzo Urrutia Arias</p> <p>Roberta Vroom</p> <p>Calvin J. Washington</p> <p>Elizabeth D. Washington</p> <p>Travis W. Watson</p> <p>Kyal A. Webb</p> <p>Nichole E. Weller</p> <p>Joseph J. Winkler</p> <p>Krista Doris Wolf</p> <p>Janet Woolfolk</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Milmay</strong></p> <p>Courtney A. Chew</p> <p>Jennifer L. Kouhoupt</p> <p>William J. Marquez</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Minotola</strong></p> <p>Lauren E. Wilps</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Newtonville</strong></p> <p>Kourtney L. Chavous</p> <p>Lontrena M. Cross-Mack</p> <p>Tusheeway Atyra Henderson</p> <p>Alice E. Hicks</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Northfield</strong></p> <p>Stefphon N. Aikens</p> <p>Annie M. Bogar</p> <p>Matthew A. Bye</p> <p>Mary E. Durante</p> <p>Robert S. Fitzpatrick</p> <p>Amanda C. Gately</p> <p>Brian C. Hires</p> <p>Charles J. McIlvaine</p> <p>Andrew J. Monroe</p> <p>Maria M. Mozelle</p> <p>Peter J. Mussa</p> <p>Joseph P. Nophut</p> <p>Giovanna Paolella</p> <p>Stephanie Marie Pincus</p> <p>Stephanie R. Rubino</p> <p>Sierra S. Sage</p> <p>Victoria L. Sinagria</p> <p>Christopher C. Struett</p> <p>Kevin Sundstrom</p> <p>Diane Toscano</p> <p>Daniel J. Vogel</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Pleasantville</strong></p> <p>Cinthia V. Aguilar</p> <p>Sarah Nicolle Aguirre</p> <p>Alexis D. Barclay</p> <p>Jeffrey W. Blackwell</p> <p>Febie B. Cadenas</p> <p>Jancarlos Camacho</p> <p>Armin D. Cane</p> <p>Rosemary Caro</p> <p>Mariel N. Dominici</p> <p>Caroline M. Espinal Bueno</p> <p>Nathan W. Evans, Jr.</p> <p>Tyrone J. Floyd Jr.</p> <p>Takirah L. Gayle</p> <p>A&rsquo;idah I. Hamidullah</p> <p>Kisha S. Harris</p> <p>Isaiah E. Jackson</p> <p>Shirena Jones</p> <p>Humayon Kabir</p> <p>Angela Laynes</p> <p>Rachel L. Leyton</p> <p>Wanda Lugo</p> <p>Ana M. Madrid</p> <p>Susanna C. Mejia</p> <p>Aura Mendoza-Lopez</p> <p>Juan L. Morillo</p> <p>Abdul M. Nasir</p> <p>Andrea J. Nelson</p> <p>Angelica Nieves</p> <p>Juan C. Ogando</p> <p>Kristen Amber Reid-Ortiz</p> <p>Jean I. Pepe</p> <p>Jhonny L. Prado</p> <p>Ivette. J. Rivera</p> <p>Christy Simpson</p> <p>Estefany Soto</p> <p>Shianne H. Stradford</p> <p>Ty-Efa M. Terrence</p> <p>Alleaf C. Thompson</p> <p>Phuc T. Tran, Jr.</p> <p>Guillermo A. Velasquez</p> <p>Duyen K. Vo</p> <p>Kendall K. Washington</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Port Republic</strong></p> <p>William P. Barker</p> <p>Joseph M. Guenther</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Richland</strong></p> <p>Katie L. Brown</p> <p>Justin L. Rodriguez</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Somers Point</strong></p> <p>Anthony J. Badalamenti</p> <p>Danielle M. Barger</p> <p>Shamyra Lei&rsquo; Nay Brown</p> <p>Thomas J. Caufield</p> <p>Hervio Cineus</p> <p>Tyler F. Cottrell</p> <p>George C. Gazsi</p> <p>Timothy S. Godleski</p> <p>John A. Golday, III</p> <p>Cassandra L. Hajosy</p> <p>Patrick Jacaszek</p> <p>Jacquelyn T. Kozimer</p> <p>Ruth Lynn MacEwan</p> <p>Joseph M. McNamee</p> <p>Jesula Noel</p> <p>Mariella S. Poblete</p> <p>Emmanuel J. Rodriguez</p> <p>Veronica A. Schwartz</p> <p>Timothy C. Stecher</p> <p>Kayla M. Swain</p> <p>Holly C. Unger</p> <p>John W. Westhuis</p> <p>Valerie Woodland</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Ventnor</strong></p> <p>Parul Akter</p> <p>Kelly C. Andretta</p> <p>Neena M. Biello</p> <p>Matthew Burnside</p> <p>Maisha A. Choudhury</p> <p>Braudy De Jesus Castillo</p> <p>Mexhid Disha</p> <p>William Dugan</p> <p>Jimmy A. Encarnacion</p> <p>Courtney Flank</p> <p>Liya Freund</p> <p>Nikita S. Gandhi</p> <p>Jamie N. Giberson</p> <p>Angela M. Gomez</p> <p>Dylan T. Higgins</p> <p>Lital Kastel</p> <p>Elba V. Ledesma Pimentel</p> <p>Monica F. Ledesma Pimentel</p> <p>Aaron C. Mann</p> <p>Derrick Nguyen</p> <p>Daniel N. Nicolaisen</p> <p>Sarah A. Opuda</p> <p>Nicole S. Piscitelli</p> <p>Bailey M. Pokres</p> <p>Glen S. Rubin</p> <p>Daniel J. Smith, IV</p> <p>Laura M. Sterling</p> <p>Michael A. Ventura</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Westfield</strong></p> <p>Justin A. Wolf</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Williamstown</strong></p> <p>Shannon Ashley Kemmerer</p> <p>Cori L. Lightcap</p> <p>Julian T. Martin</p> <p>Heather R. Pinkos</p> <p>Erica M. Pratts</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>BURLINGTON COUNTY</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Medford</strong></p> <p>Mark J. Haber</p> <p>Kyle J. O&rsquo;Brien</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>New Gretna</strong></p> <p>Hannah E. Truitt</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Tabernacle</strong></p> <p>Nicole E. Herbst</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Trenton</strong></p> <p>Sarah L. Pouls</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Willingboro</strong></p> <p>Akeema D. Telemaque</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>CAMDEN COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Cherry Hill</strong></p> <p>Alfred Ka Ming Au</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Clemonton</strong></p> <p>Ashley L. DeMarco</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Erial</strong></p> <p>Christopher J. Gora</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Sicklerville</strong></p> <p>Samantha M. Cole</p> <p>Anthony G. Greco</p> <p>Chelsi A. Turner</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Stratford</strong></p> <p>Caitlin O. McElroy</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CAPE MAY COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Avalon</strong></p> <p>Samantha A. Baxter</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Beesley&rsquo;s Point</strong></p> <p>Stephanie M. Nichols</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Belleplain</strong></p> <p>James D. Zarharchuck</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Cape May</strong></p> <p>Heather Bailey</p> <p>Christopher J. Brennan</p> <p>Tyler Finley</p> <p>John Freese</p> <p>Pamela E. Gittle</p> <p>Rebecca N. Hedum</p> <p>Jennifer Hickok</p> <p>Sara E. Kazemian</p> <p>William T. Kocis, III</p> <p>David S. Maguire</p> <p>Cheyenne R. McKinney</p> <p>Maria M. Nelson</p> <p>Edward G. Snyder</p> <p>Raffaella A. Soriano</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Cape May Court House</strong></p> <p>Michael L. Bailey</p> <p>Tamia R. Bey</p> <p>Andrew Bongiovanni</p> <p>Ian S. Borgo</p> <p>Haley A. Bramble</p> <p>Samantha M. Burkholder</p> <p>Dario L. Colombo</p> <p>Morgan N. Cox</p> <p>De Vante Crews</p> <p>Katherine R. Day</p> <p>Linda K. DiLouie</p> <p>Lewis Donofrio, III</p> <p>Ronald A. Ernst</p> <p>Ronald W. Fay, III</p> <p>Franklin Flash, Jr.</p> <p>Megan J. Fleck</p> <p>Angelina Freese</p> <p>William A. Fusco</p> <p>Louis J. Harned</p> <p>Ashley Lake</p> <p>Ruth E. Maniscalco</p> <p>Emily J. McAvoy</p> <p>Shannon E. McGann</p> <p>Shawn J. McHale</p> <p>Caitlin A. McLaughlin</p> <p>Melanie K. Mitt</p> <p>Teresa D. Moyer</p> <p>Chad A. Murnaghan</p> <p>Megan V. Orlando</p> <p>Katerina Pardalios</p> <p>Joelyn R. Reardon</p> <p>Nicole T. Robinson</p> <p>Kasey J. Tomlin</p> <p>Toni J. Torres</p> <p>Dana M. Tyndall</p> <p>Alexa G. Ventura</p> <p>Alyssa N. Waldron</p> <p>Samantha R. Yoast</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Clermont</strong></p> <p>Jon P. Gansert, Jr.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Del Haven</strong></p> <p>Joseph M. Ignatovig, Jr.</p> <p>Marissa Myers</p> <p>Anthony Patrizi</p> <p>William J. Woodring</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Dennisville</strong></p> <p>Nicole C. Reed</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Erma</strong></p> <p>Dennis R. McVay</p> <p>Carl L. Roth</p> <p>Andrew E. Schwartz</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Green Creek</strong></p> <p>Maria K. Oslar</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Marmora</strong></p> <p>Jessica M. Barlow-Getty</p> <p>Calvin G. Gaddy</p> <p>Mary F. Giordano</p> <p>Tabitha A. Handelong</p> <p>Danielle M. Jones</p> <p>Ryan F. Ladd</p> <p>Rachel A. McGettigan</p> <p>Phillip A. Paterno</p> <p>Kaitlyn B. Payne</p> <p>Stephen G. Schaffer</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>North Cape May</strong></p> <p>Sharon Adams</p> <p>Maria A. Biffoni</p> <p>Susan Broderick</p> <p>Kimberly A. Hannum</p> <p>Paul C. Hope</p> <p>Cassidie E. Howard</p> <p>Michael V. Krieg</p> <p>Kerri Lynn Marker</p> <p>Meaghan A. Moore</p> <p>Ryan C. Riess</p> <p>Nathanael L. Rovira</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>North Wildwood</strong></p> <p>Galina V. Garkusha</p> <p>William C. Jeffrey</p> <p>James M. McNally</p> <p>Kasey L. McNamee</p> <p>Rachel H. Suchocki</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Ocean City</strong></p> <p>Matthew P. Banks</p> <p>Ciara S. Boyle</p> <p>Perla E. Castro</p> <p>Michael J. Daquila</p> <p>Ashley E. Eiler</p> <p>Geoffrey E. Ely</p> <p>Edward J. Guischard</p> <p>Mallory Q. Martin</p> <p>Mackenzie K. McGuckin</p> <p>Robyn Merz</p> <p>Jacob Millevoi</p> <p>Michael Pashuck</p> <p>Diane Sellers</p> <p>Christina M. Shiffler</p> <p>Mikala R. Thomas</p> <p>Travis L. Thompson</p> <p>Christopher V. Vivarelli</p> <p>James B. Wilde</p> <p>Andrew Edmund Yhlen</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Ocean View</strong></p> <p>Christopher P. Bossert</p> <p>Therese A. Cifers</p> <p>Jennifer A. Delellis</p> <p>Natalia Fine</p> <p>Jordan P. Huber</p> <p>Ryann C. Jones</p> <p>Mary Ellen Larosa</p> <p>Renee&rsquo; C. LeBlanc</p> <p>Seth A. Miller</p> <p>Marion Y. Nagatsuka</p> <p>Theresa A. Rock</p> <p>Kristen L. Sherick</p> <p>Joseph J. Torroni</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Petersburg</strong></p> <p>Chris P. Baruffi</p> <p>Christian J. Chadwick</p> <p>Alex J. Costanzo</p> <p>Patricia J. Hansen</p> <p>Danielle F. Leroy</p> <p>William D. Lokken</p> <p>Patrick S. Reidy</p> <p>Jason T. Stephens</p> <p>Nadya D. Stephenson</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Rio Grande</strong></p> <p>Mila T. Evans</p> <p>Kaitlin A. Rodia</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Sea Isle City</strong></p> <p>Brittany L. Ebert</p> <p>Victor C. Faust, III</p> <p>Rita M. Lythgoe</p> <p>Kirsty M. Milano</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Seaville</strong></p> <p>Wyatt I. Atwood</p> <p>Alexandra R. Martino</p> <p>Carol A. Olandt</p> <p>Diane F. Perrin</p> <p>Matthew C. Rinck</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>South Seaville</strong></p> <p>Molly Palmer</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Stone Harbor</strong></p> <p>Melissa A. Perrotta</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Tuckahoe</strong></p> <p>Stephanie L. Nelson</p> <p>Alissa M. Petrella</p> <p>Timothy J. Yamanaka</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Villas</strong></p> <p>Kathryn R. Del Vecchio</p> <p>Donna Lynn Flynn-Allen</p> <p>Jessica L. Gaughan</p> <p>Michael J. Giles</p> <p>Heather Marie Hatala</p> <p>Shawn A. Johnston</p> <p>Joseph F. Klaszky</p> <p>Alexander Myers</p> <p>Cheyanne Ashley Pepe</p> <p>Emma M. Price</p> <p>Christa M. Rucci</p> <p>Lurentine M. Salmon</p> <p>Brian K. Schubert, Jr.</p> <p>Mia S Snyder</p> <p>Nikolay D. Zhelyazkov</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Whitesboro</strong></p> <p>Jazmine A. Shepard-Mowatt</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Wildwood</strong></p> <p>Joelmer Acevedo</p> <p>Danielle L. Graves</p> <p>Michael S. Greger</p> <p>Krystsina Homan</p> <p>Lorena M. Love</p> <p>Aaron T. Markley</p> <p>Melanie M. McCullough</p> <p>Gladys E. Sepulveda</p> <p>Jacob A. Zozzaro</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Wildwood Crest</strong></p> <p>Brian F. Canetti</p> <p>Matthew R. Capra</p> <p>Suzanne M. Conine</p> <p>Davita M. Ennals</p> <p>Yahilyn Feliciano</p> <p>Robert C. Matthews</p> <p>Nicole J. Semick</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Woodbine</strong></p> <p>Ryan J. Burke</p> <p>Michael T. Cade</p> <p>Ashley E. Carter</p> <p>Dakota J. Lewis</p> <p>Edgard Rivera</p> <p>Veronica K. Williams</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>CUMBERLAND COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Bridgeton</strong></p> <p>Anthony J. Petrunis</p> <p>Richard Simmerman, Jr.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Millville</strong></p> <p>Aglee Burke</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Port Norris</strong></p> <p>Alysha L. Morey</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Vineland</strong></p> <p>Brandon C. DePasquale</p> <p>Matthew D. Epstein</p> <p>Rachel A. Heath</p> <p>Robert W. Ingraham</p> <p>Terri L. Koletas</p> <p>Lenin Lucero</p> <p>Arielle E. Masters</p> <p>William J. Seeds</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>GLOUCESTER COUNTY</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Franklinville</strong></p> <p>Rachel Kovach</p> <p>Katierose Kronberger</p> <p><strong><span>&nbsp;</span>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Glassboro</strong></p> <p>Shannon E. Howe</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Newfield</strong></p> <p>Bruce E. Tice</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Pitman</strong></p> <p>Emily A. Klein</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Sewell</strong></p> <p>Blaise Colamarino</p> <p>Gabrielle A. McCabe</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Turnersville</strong></p> <p>Steven J. Calhoun</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>OCEAN COUNTY</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Brick</strong></p> <p>Barry J. Mostyn</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Little Egg Harbor</strong></p> <p>Katherine Buffi</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Manahawkin</strong></p> <p>Michael Greene</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Manchester</strong></p> <p>Kevin W. Kinslow</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Parkertown</strong></p> <p>Taylor E. Binet</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Toms River</strong></p> <p>Arielle K. Alleman</p> <p>Kevin M. Fenchel</p> <p>Ashley N. Squicciarini</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>SALEM COUNTY</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Monroeville</strong></p> <p>Alyssa S. Deininger</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>SUSSEX COUNTY</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Edison</strong></p> <p>Lesley A. DeGuzman</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>UNION COUNTY</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Rahway</strong></p> <p>Aliesha Morgan Howell</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>OUT-OF-STATE</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p>Peter O. Gbala, West St. Paul, Minnesota</p> <p>Ashley L. Greenwood, Tampa, Florida</p> <p>Mengyuan Hu, Queens, New York</p> <p>Richard A. Morse</p> <p>Mr. Jesus Rios</p> <p>Cynthia E. Webb, Villa Rica, Georgia</p> <p>Caitlin S. Zulli, Greensboro, North Carolina</p> Atlantic Cape Recognizes 65 Nurses with Pinning Ceremony <p>Atlantic Cape Community College awarded nursing pins to 65 new nursing graduates at its annual Nurses Pinning Ceremony, May 15, at the George L. Hess Educational Complex in Mays Landing. Donna Vassallo, dean of career education, awarded Carol Mohrfield, Atlantic Cape nursing faculty and nursing program chair, a plaque in recognition of all of her hard work and dedication to the college&rsquo;s nursing program. Mohrfield, a graduate and 15-year employee of Atlantic Cape, is retiring.</p> <p>The pins signify the completion of the nursing degree program at Atlantic Cape. Graduates include:</p> <p><strong>Absecon</strong></p> <p>Krista Creamer</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Atlantic City</strong></p> <p>Kemberly Rodriguez-Soleno,</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Brigantine</strong></p> <p>Rosalinde Hill, Taylor Shotwell</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Cape May Court House</strong></p> <p>Maria Biffoni, Chelsea Farrow, Alexa Ventura, Samantha Yoast</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Dorothy</strong></p> <p>Lauran Adams</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Egg Harbor</strong></p> <p>Emily Weary</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Egg Harbor City</strong></p> <p>Crystal Neal, Brittney Nicholson, Priscilla Peterson, Nikki Yu</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Egg Harbor Township</strong></p> <p>Jessica Carlson, Joseph Catenaci, Patricia Foglia, Jessica Merito, Marium Mubarak, Daria Zakaryan</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Galloway</strong></p> <p>Illia Azhar, Rachel Baten, Volha Castillo, Yingqiao Chen, Irina House, Romona Karatzas, Kristina Leeds, Michael Nanfara, Wendy Razzi, Robin Robertson, Jacqulyn Smith, Golda Mier Valmoria</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Hammonton</strong></p> <p>Katarzyna Grasso, Sarah Olsen, Melia Olson, Jennifer Orlando</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Linwood</strong></p> <p>Lyndsay Collings, Molly Cusack, Lauren Dalzell, Evangelia Georgiou</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Margate</strong></p> <p>Dana Reimers, Boris Vassilev</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Mays Landing</strong></p> <p>Nathan Ein, Heather Pappas, Christopher Reale, Jamie Scarlata, Stephanie Stahl</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Minotola</strong></p> <p>Lauren Wilps</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>North Cape May</strong></p> <p>Kimberly Hannum, Cassidie Howard</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Ocean City</strong></p> <p>Christina Shiffler</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Ocean View</strong></p> <p>Jennifer DeLellis, Renee LeBlanc, Marion Nagatsuka</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Port Republic</strong></p> <p>Gabrielle Martin</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Somers Point</strong></p> <p>Patricia Harrigan, Alesandro Pehar, Holly Unger</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Ventnor</strong></p> <p>Jamie Giberson, Kristina Kostova, Daniel Smith</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Vineland</strong></p> <p>Terri Koletas</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Villas</strong></p> <p>Jessica Gaughan, Christa Rucci, Mia Snyer</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>