Here is chance to help the community and have a lot of fun.
The 14th annual Patcong Creek Cleanup is planned for Sunday, May 19 starting at 9:30 a.m.
The clean-up, hosted by the Linwood Environmental Commission, includes the entire tidal creek from the mouth of the Great Egg Harbor Township in Somers Point to Bargaintown Pond in Linwood.
There are four drop-in/clean-up locations - Poplar Avenue Bridge, Hamilton Avenue Ramp, Ocean Heights Avenue and Somers Point-Mays Landing Road.
The Patcong Creek Cleanup was started in 2005 and has grown over the years thanks to many partners including, the City of Linwood, the Atlantic County Utilities Authority, the New Jersey Clean Communities Program, the Patcong Creek Foundation Inc., the Somers Point Green Team, and Ocean Height Marina, according to a press release...
Members of the five Atilis Gym locations in Atlantic, Cape May and Camden counties have one thing in common. They love how they are treated.
They attribute much of their satisfaction to the owner, Chris Lambert, for his motivating energy and warm welcome. They also like his Atilis employees, who are just as professional and friendly, making working out seem more inviting than arduous.
With the approach of summer, Atilis is offering daily and multi-day passes at all five gyms to make it even easier for members and new customers to work out.
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