The Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics New Jersey took place in Wildwood Saturday, January 18. More than 900 registered at the Wildwoods Convention Center. Each participant pledges $100 or more to take a brazen romp into the chilly waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Are they crazy? Crazy generous. Donations totaled $188,170.
The 187 recruits at Cape May’s Training Center for the United States Coast Guard were the beneficiaries of the Jersey Cape Military Spouses’ Club ‘s Adopt-a-Recruit program. Now in its third year, the wives gather together a few days before and stuff stockings for the recruits filled with gift cards, hair gel, other necessities, some… Read more »
Sunshine News & Beach owner Ron Sayle made it official this morning when members of the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May gathered at the funky store on Gurney Street, near Beach Avenue, to cut the ribbon. The store’s Facebook page describes it as “intellectual, international, special interest magazines, newspapers, greeting cards,products made from… Read more »
The first Beach Plum Farm Fall Festival was Saturday Oct. 5. The Fest continues each Saturday throughout the month of October.
The Coast Guard Chief were the ovrall winners in the 2nd Annual Dragon Boat Festival.
It seems Japan is mighty interested in the preservation efforts which restored South Cape May Meadows in 2006.
Mayor Edward Mahaney, Jr. crowned Alexandra Marie Bruno the 81st Queen Maysea last night at a ceremony held at Convention Hall. Alexandria’s first job as queen will be to lead the 81st Annual Baby Parade Friday, August 2. Last year’s queen, Erin Rose Connelly, was on hand to turn over the reins. Speaking to a… Read more »
Cobblers, Cakes, Pies, Peaches & Ice Cream – highlighted this year’s The 38th Annual Peach Festival, sponsored by the Women’s Community Club of Cape May. The festival was held Friday, August 9 in Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish Hall. All proceeds from the event go to various community projects. The Women’s Community Club… Read more »
The newly crowned Queen Maysea – Alexandra Marie Bruno – led the 81st Annual Cape May Baby Parade Friday morning down Beach Avenue to Convention Hall where Mayor Edward Mahaney, Jr. announced the coveted Baby Parade trophies. The winner of the Carlyle Dennis Memorial Award for Best Overall Entry was the float Surfer Girl –… Read more »
Solar Boat Chronicles – a TV realty show based on four total strangers circumnavigating the Great Loop (6,000 miles) in a solar powered boat in order to set a Guinness record – docked briefly in Cape May shortly after midnight Sunday, July 7 and set sail at noon Monday. The crew reported that everyone at… Read more »