Here's What's Happening March 29, 2023

2023 Best of Salem County Voting Ends March 31

 Voting runs through March 31 at 5pm.

Results will be distributed by Monday April 3 at noon.

Each person may vote once via

Ready to see a preview of the yard sign that will be given to each Winner? Graphics courtesy of Kirsten Engstrom from Zeus Creative. Printing Sponsored by Astro Sign Company

To see the preview Click HERE

Salem City's Liberty Fire Company Easter Flower Sale Fundraiser

Scott Kompa Group Hosts Easter Bunny Photos

Easter Brunch at Salem Oak Vineyard

Fun Opportunities at Sickler's Circle View Farm

For more information about Sickler's Circle View Farm

Click HERE

DRBA Job Fair March 29

March 31 Virtual Business Education Workshop: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: The Subtle Bias

How does subtle bias impact our workplace, including hiring decisions? We may be unaware that it’s even an issue. But subtle bias may be doing more harm than we realize. 

Christa Newsome, Enterprise Culture Manager for PSEG, will lead our discussion. 

Sponsored by Atlantic City Electric, PSEG Nuclear & Salem Community College, the virtual workshop is presented by the Chamber’s Business Education Committee.  

For the session Zoom login and passcode please email [email protected]

Dempsey Weiss & Associates


April 6 Morning Coffee & Connections Networking at Salem County Historical Society

Join us for terrific networking hosted by Salem County Historical Society at their Market Street, Salem location.

To ensure appropriate refreshments, we as everyone to RSVP to [email protected] or 856-351-2245.

April 13 Opening Day for Shag's Crabs & Seafood

Have you missed fresh, local crabs? The wait is almost over, Shag's Crabs & Seafood reopens for the season on April 13.

To learn more Click HERE

Thank You, Rotary Club of Woodstown!

The Rotary Club of Woodstown is proud to announce that we will be donating $4,000 to the Marvin L. Watson Park in Woodstown from the proceeds of our 2022 Breakfast With Santa event!

Our club values community involvement and supporting local projects that benefit the local area. The Marvin L. Watson Park is a special place that honors a local hero and provides a safe and enjoyable space for families and individuals to enjoy nature and outdoor activities.

We are grateful to be able to contribute to the improvement of this important community asset. Our hope is that this donation will help to enhance the park and make it an even more inviting place for all to enjoy.

The Rotary Club of Woodstown would like to express our gratitude to everyone who supported our Breakfast With Santa event and made this donation possible. We believe that by working together, we can make a positive impact on our community and help to create a better future for all.

Thank you for your continued support of the Rotary Club of Woodstown and our efforts to serve the community.

To learn more about PFC Marvin Leroi Watson, you can read more here:

If you’re interested in more information on our projects or are interested in joining

2022 Breakfast Sponsirs and Supporters

Astro Sign Company

Ranch Hope, Inc.

Our amazing ELF volunteers from the Woodstown-Pilesgrove Regional School District

Alex Snitcher Electric

Arthur Family Dental

Barney Loves Books

Creekside Inn & Bull on the 19th

Country Living from Farm Credit East

Dan Stephen of Banners by Dan and Spirit Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

Eric M Krise Electrical Contractor LLC

Foundation Title, LLC

Franklin Bank

Fulton Bank

G Garlic's Grooming

The Guth Family (Kortney Guth and Greg Guth )

Kirsten Morris

The Kugler Family (Jennifer Maciejewski Kugler and Doug Kugler)

Landmark/King Company

Louis Joyce and Kory Joyce

Patty and John Morris

Pennsville National Bank

Triple C Angus, LLC

Reliant Land Services

Richard Pfeffer and Pheffer Family

Rich and Jennifer Ware

Sol Watson

Steven L Foster LLC

Steve Warner

Sue Ann and Family

SJ Transportation Co., Inc.

Town & Country Golf Links

Warner Real Estate & Auction

Woodstown Central Railroad

Woodruff Energy

Special Offer from First Bank New Jersey

For more information, contact

Christina Maguire

Vice President, Branch Manager

1020 N Black Horse Pike

Williamstown, NJ 08094

Office: (856) 728-3400 Ex2222

April 22 Earth Day at Sunny Side Boutique - Monarch Butterflies Bring Together Conservation and Culture

Did you know that Monarch butterflies travel up to 100 miles per day, and they are the only butterfly specie that completes a two-way migration? There are many climate changes that threaten the extinction of this beautiful insect.

You are invited to

Sunny Side Boutique

191 E. Broadway

Salem, NJ 08079

April 22, 2023 10am - 2pm

Meet Ms. Debbie Dilks and hear facinating facts that she will present as our guest speaker on the topic of Monarch butterflies.

Meet our many talented artists, quilters, photographers and others that have fine works of art for sale at the boutique.

Spin the wheel on a chance to win a FREE gift and discounts on assorted home decor items.

Light refreshments served.

April 25 Business Education Workshop "Succession Planning Panel"

Join us for a panel discussion about planning for succession at your business to ensure future leadership success.

Panelists include:  

Troy Blanchard, Plant Manager, Chemours

Kim Gattuso, Owner, Dry Guys Basement Systems

Dan McCoy, Owner, Uniq Electronics

Moderated by Mike Gorman, President of Salem Community College

Held at Salem Community College's Tillis Hall Room 123. RSVP to reserve your space at [email protected]m or 856-351-2245.

This event is in person and free to all courtest of The Chamber's Platinum Sponsors:

Atlantic City Electric

PSEG Nuclear

Salem Community College

April 27 Best of Salem County Awards Ceremony & Celebration

Best of Salem County Celebration event - FREE

Last year, several Members provided feedback that the Best of Salem County Celebration event should be free for winners. We wracked our brains and came up with a "Take A Walk on the Red Carpet" Oscars-style awards ceremony.

We'll be utilizing Salem Community College's Davidow Performing Arts Theatre for the ceremony.

Winners in each category will receive event recognitions, yard signs and certificates and we'll even have cookies and fruit water after.

We ask each Winner to limit their reservations to 4 guests so all Winning businesses are able to attend.

The ARC's Community Rehabilitation Program Can Assist Your Business


For complete details, view the flyer Click HERE

May 11 The Chamber's Coffee & Connections Networking Sponsored & Hosted by Henry D. Young, Inc. - Insurance


Red Cross Blood Donation Update


Thursday March 30 2:30 - 7:30 p.m. at the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit, 2 Lamplighter Drive, Woodstown 08098


March is Red Cross Month! To learn more about how the American Red Cross delivers services in New Jersey, check out: New Jersey Region

April 15 - SCIA's Household Hazardous Waste Days

8am - noon

Salem County Improvement Authority

286 Welchville Road

Alloway, NJ 08001

April 29 Salem County Humane Society Whiskers and Wags Benefit

May 8 - 10 Habitat for Humanity's Women Build Event

May 20 SCVTS Car Show & Walk For Special Needs

May 26 South Jersey Transportation Authority's 100 Days of Summer Party

June 8 - Save the Date for The Chamber's 80th Anniversary Celebration

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