From left to right, academy student Ony Randrasana of Somers Point, Pat Hurst of Egg Harbor Township, owner of Fitzpatrick’s Deli & Steakhouse; academy student Briana Husak of Vineland, and Bill Hurst of Egg Harbor Township, owner of Fitzpatrick’s Deli & Steakhouse.
The Somers Point Restaurant Association awarded two $500 scholarships to Academy of Culinary Arts students, Ony Randrasana of Somers Point and Briana Husak of Vineland, for their academic achievements and participating in this year’s Somers Point “Sip & Savor” Restaurant Week Kick-Off event that was held on Sunday, Oct. 29. Continue reading
From left, Khoi Bui of Atlantic City, hospitality scholarship recipient; Morgan Markee of Millville, culinary scholarship recipient; Kelly McClay, dean of the Academy of Culinary Arts; Ashley Vassallo of Williamstown, culinary scholarship recipient; Isabella McLaughlin of Brigantine, culinary scholarship recipient; and Dr. Scott Strenger, Atlantic City chapter Chaîne des Rôtisseurs member and sponsor of the students’ Chaîne des Rôtisseurs memberships.
The Academy of Culinary Arts Food & Wine Festival held Friday, Nov. 17, welcomed nearly 120 attendants to the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College’s Mays Landing Campus where they dined on authentic French country food and desserts prepared and served by ACA students, as well as sampled international wines.
The event took place in the working kitchens of the academy offering a rare, behind-the-scenes look at how our area’s top culinary and hospitality students prepare for such a unique event. In the past, it was known as a Beaujolais Nouveau tasting open only to Chaîne members and their guests, but last November the event was reimagined as the Academy of Culinary Arts Food & Wine Festival. Continue reading
Back row from left, Myrna Keklak of Egg Harbor Township, associate professor of nursing at Atlantic Cape Community College; Paige Fenton of Hammonton, Christine Zolna of Rio Grande, Ani Tovmasian of Galloway Township, Summer Henson of Absecon, Mary Ruga of Dorothy, Bisma Munir of Absecon and Romeo Cabinian of Mays Landing. Front row from left to right: Christopher Ceruzzi of Brigantine, Hollander representative; Dr. Barbara Gaba of Mays Landing; president of Atlantic Cape Community College; Lauren D’Angelo of Galloway Township and Kelly Freeman of Somers Point.
The Bacharach Institute of Rehabilitation donated $25,000 from the Pauline Hollander Scholarship Foundation toward nursing scholarships at Atlantic Cape Community College, Monday, Oct. 9. Through the donation, ten $2,500 scholarships were awarded to the top ten second-year students enrolled in the nursing program at the college.
For more information about the Atlantic Cape Foundation and giving opportunities, contact Maria Kellett, associate dean of resource development, at 609-463-3670 or email@example.com, or visit http://www.atlantic.edu/foundation.
From left, Atlantic Cape student Chamira Johnson of Atlantic City; Dr. Barbara Gaba, left, president of Atlantic Cape Community College; Rita Mack of the A&R Mack Charitable Foundation; and Atlantic Cape student Nielie Dorilas of Atlantic City.
The Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation received a $10,000 gift from A&R Mack Charitable Foundation on behalf of Anthony and Rita Mack of Galloway, Oct. 30, to aid in scholarships for Atlantic Cape students.
In December 2012, A&R Mack Charitable Foundation established an endowed scholarship as part of the Create Opportunity Campaign, which increased college-based financial assistance. Continue reading
From left, John DeRichie of Northfield of SOSH Architects, Atlantic Cape Foundation Board member and 2017 Golf Tournament Committee member; Bob Mullock of Cape May Point, owner of Cape May National Golf Club and Atlantic Cape Foundation Honorary board member; Zack Mullock of Cape May, owner of Cape May National Golf Club and Atlantic Cape Foundation Board member; Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape Community College; Roman Osadchuk of North Wildwood, Atlantic Cape Foundation Honorary board member and co-chair of the 2017 Golf Tournament Committee.
The 2017 Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble “Fore” Scholarships golf tournament raised more than $41,555 for student aid and Foundation operations. Held Oct. 13 at Cape May National Golf Club in Cape May, the tournament drew nearly 100 players. Continue reading
Time is running out to participate in the 2017 Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble “Fore” Scholarships golf tournament, Friday, Oct. 13, at the Cape May National Golf Club.
Registration and lunch begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by a scramble format, with a shotgun-start at 11:30 a.m.
Player fees, which include a complimentary gift, lunch and awards dinner, are $150 per person or $500 per foursome. Golfers can participate in a variety of skills challenges, including closest-to-the-pin and longest drive contests. Individuals and businesses can also support the event through sponsorship opportunities ranging from $150 to $5,000. New this year, all hole sponsors will have a chance to win a “Golf Getaway” that includes an overnight stay and dinner at the Chalfonte Hotel and golf for two at Cape May National. Hole sponsorship is $150 and sponsors receive a customized sign on the course. Continue reading
Atlantic Cape Community College held a “5K Race for Opportunity” on Sept. 9 at its Cape May County Campus.
Female division winners from left, Megan Towley of Cape May, first place; Rachel Shenk of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, second place; and Athena Cruz of Villas, third place.
Participants received a T-shirt, and prizes were awarded to the top three male and female finishers. Proceeds went toward Atlantic Cape’s Foundation for a scholarship.
Female division winners were Megan Towley of Cape May, first place; Rachel Shenk of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, second place; and Athena Cruz of Villas, third place. Continue reading