HIGHLIGHTS OF DENNISVILLE FENCE’S COMMUNITY EFFORTS
Dennisville Fence Donates Fence For Wounded Atlantic City Police Officer
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Friends of Joshlee Vadell, the Atlantic City police officer shot Sept. 3 at a robbery in a casino parking garage, built a fence around his backyard Saturday.
The project was one Vadell wanted to do since moving into the house last year, said friend Brenden Shur.
About 25 people gathered at Vadell’s home about 8 a.m. and worked through the day. Dennisville Fence donated the materials.
— Thomas Barlas
Article first appeared in the Atlantic City Press Online
Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation
For its commitment to offering compassionate, patient-centered cancer care to the community, members of the Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation Board presented the Shore Medical Center Foundation with $2,500 for Shore’s state-of-the-art Cancer Center on August 30, 2013.
Kristi Collins, Dennisville Fence Staff Accountant and Treasurer of the Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation (far right) is seen here along with Shore Medical Center Foundation Chief Development Officer Tom Mundell; Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation Secretary Michele Frisko, of Egg Harbor Township, NJ; Shore Cancer Center Administrative Director Donna Cericola, RN, OCN; and Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation President Paul Giunta.
For More Information about the Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation click the link below to visit their site.
American Cancer Society’s Cancer Walk
Dennisville Fence’s Earle and Kristi Collins participated in the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides for Breast Cancer” walk in October in Ocean City, NJ.
The annual event is an inspiring opportunity to unite as a community to honor breast cancer survivors, raise awareness about steps we can take to reduce the risk of getting breast cancer, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society lead the fight against this disease with groundbreaking breast cancer research, information and support 24-7, and access to mammograms for women who need them.
Shown in the pictures below, Kristi Collins (herself a breast cancer survivor) is seen working the registration desk helping to register participants throughout the day as she has done since 2007.
Thank you so much for your help at the Making Strides walk in Ocean City! You were amazing and the registration tent could not have rocked without your patience and expertise in filling out walk papers! Thank you for dedicating your time on a very long Sunday.
Thanks to your help, we were able to register 6,500 participants in Ocean City!!!
American Cancer Society, Inc.
Dennisville Fence Proudly Supported The Egg Harbor Township Kids Sports Organization
Dear Business Owner,
Thank you so much for your generous donation of $250.00 for a banner to support EHT Elite Sports program.
As you know, we are a newly formed sports organization which was in desperate need of funds to make sure that the children in the community had a program to participate in football and cheerleading.
With the generous support of businesses like yours, we were able to provide over one hundred children with football and cheerleading equipment and uniforms. Your support helped fulfill those dreams and EHT Elite Sports Organization thanks you.
Thank you again, and we look forward to your continued support in the future.
EHT Elite Sports Organization