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Anyone looking for assistance with their Atlantic City Electric bill can meet with an ACE customer service representative at the Millville Public Library Wednesdays from  10am - 1pm on the following dates:
 
May 9 & May 23
 
A navigator will be available to provide customers with information on various energy assistance programs, establish installment plans and/or budget billing, and answer other questions customers may have.  The Millville Public Library is located at 210 Buck Street. Walk-in only. First come, first served. Call Atlantic City Electric at 1-800-642-3780 for more information.

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Torch MillvilleYearbook Did you know that the Millville Library has copies of most Millville High School yearbooks available for anyone to enjoy? Just stop in and ask to see one while you're visiting the library. However, we have a few gaps in our collection and we need your help to fill them! Following is a list of yearbooks that we unfortunately don't have a copy of. If you have one of these, and you're willing to donate it, we would love to add them to our collection. Thanks for your help! 

 Yearbooks Needed: 1939, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1950, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1980, and 1989.

 We would also appreciate having an extra copy of the following years: 1937, 1941, 1943, 1945, 1949, 1951, 1953-55, 1960, 1963, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1978, , 1979, 1981, 1982, 1984-88, 1990-94, 2003, and 2006-2016.

 

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social media 353x300 This guide was created by the Cumberland County Positive Youth Development Coalition’s (CCPYDC) Vineland

Breakout Group for the education of parents and adult community members on current social media

platforms, as well as the potential dangers associated with these websites and applications. Additionally, the

guide serves to provide information on popular texting language and emoji meanings. Adults should use this

guide to get a basic understanding of social media platforms, and to decipher different messages typically sent

via text or emojis. Click here to view

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SNAP (Food Stamp) Outreach

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) serves as a front-line defense against hunger, helping families make ends meet.  It is the largest nutrition assistance program administered by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).  The goal of the program is “to alleviate hunger and malnutrition… by increasing food purchasing power for all eligible households who apply for participation.” Research shows that participating in SNAP plays a critical role not only in alleviating food insecurity, but also in improving dietary intake and health.

 

Staff from the Community Food Bank of NJ will pre-screen for Food Stamp eligibility and assist with online applications at the Millville Public Library, 210 Buck Street, Millville, on Thursday, November 9, from 10:00am to 12:30pm

 

The following documents are necessary to apply: Identification (for everyone in the household) • Social Security Numbers (for everyone in the household ) • Utility Bills (gas, electric, oil, water, and telephone) • Rent Receipt /Agreement or Mortgage Statements and/or Tax Bill. • Proof of Income (for everyone on the household) • Medical Expenses – only if you are 60 and older and/or disabled • Children’s Day Care expenses

 

If you already receive Food Stamps, the Food Bank’s staff cannot change the amount you already receive. If you are approved for food stamp benefits, food pantries, and food distribution, resources will continue to be provided for you.

 

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 1-609-383-8843 ext 110 or 1-800-609-3663

 

www.cfbnj.org    

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Now Available on RB Digital!

  RB AudiobooksMay2018                               

 

  RB EbooksMay2018                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

 

Download these and many more titles on your computer or mobile devices. Register today with your Millville Public Library card. Click here to enjoy your next book.

 

 

 

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An Early History of Tennis

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Above: Lee Kane, Remy Aronoff, and Ethan Aronoff

“An Early History of Tennis in Millville, New Jersey,” is a new book that is available to purchase at the Millville Public Library. This book was written by Remy, Jake, and Ethan Aronoff. Other people who were involved with writing this story are: Bill and Nancy Gant Forester, Lee Kane, Mike Lascarides, Don Shipley, George Waltman, Betty Smith, and Bill Wenz.

This story begins by discussing how tennis first began in the United States. The book shares accounts of some of the first tennis matches that took place in Bridgeton, Millville, and Vineland. The Aronoff brothers wrote about the very first tennis team that started at Millville High School. When reading this book, one will discover that Millville tennis teams have won multiple championships. The Millville High School Varsity Tennis team started in 1948. “An Early History of Tennis in Millville, New Jersey” even has an article about the Millville High School’s 1950 Co-State Championship!

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“An Early History of Tennis in Millville, New Jersey” is available to check out at the Millville Public Library. Also, the Friends of the Millville Library are selling this book, for a donation of $20.00. Thank you to Remy, Jake, and Ethan Aronoff, and all of those who were involved in the making of this book.

 On right: Betty Smith looks at a picture of an Aranoff's Store 1922 Tennis Shoes Advertisement.

All pictures in this newsletter are courtesy of
Debby Aronoff.
  

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