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St. Anthony’s Mutual Aid Society recognized for 100 years of generosity
December 5, 2019  (Woodbury, NJ) On Tuesday, Nov. 26 the Executive Board members of St. Anthony's Mutual Aid Society celebrated 100 years of service with the Board of Chosen Freeholders where they were recognized with a proclamation thanking them for their hard work and dedication to their cause.

Nature Tots winter session open for registration
December 4, 2019  (Clayton, NJ) The Gloucester County Department of Parks and Recreation have scheduled a winter session of Nature Tots.
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Freeholder Simmons speaks to Glassboro Intermediate School students
December 4, 2019  (Glassboro, NJ) On Monday, Nov. 25, Freeholder Heather Simmons, who serves as liaison to the department of Economic Development, spoke to Ms. Mary Aruffo's seventh and eighth grade students at Glassboro Intermediate School about how she became a Freeholder and what types of work she does for the county.
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My Friend's House – an outpatient treatment facility – helps those with substance use disorder and mental health
December 2, 2019  (Woodbury Heights, NJ) - Freeholder Jim Jefferson recently toured My Friend’s House, an intensive outpatient treatment facility operated by three Gloucester County residents who saw the need for more facilities that offered resources and treatment to those who struggle with substance use disorder and mental health. The Woodbury Heights facility is cofounded by Carla LaGuarina, Robert LaGuarina Jr., and Michael Dulude

Mental Health board member recognized for 20 years of service
November 26, 2019  (West Deptford, NJ) On Tuesday, Nov. 19, Freeholder Jim Jefferson recognized Elaine Vets for her 20 years of service to the Gloucester County Mental Health Board.

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Gloucester County Sheriff's Office nabs #10 on Sheriff Morina’s most wanted list
November 26, 2019  (Woodbury, NJ) – Gloucester County Sheriff Carmel Morina announced that Daquan Stratton, of Glassboro, #10 on the Sheriff’s Top Ten Most Wanted List, was located and arrested on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Stratton was arrested by the Sheriff’s Fugitive Unit in Glassboro.  He was wanted for seven Violations of Probation warrants with the original charges being the following: Four counts of Burglary, three counts of Theft and Criminal Attempt. He also had a Child Support Warrant for $8701.00.  He was arrested without incident and lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility
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