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    A hodgepodge of photos taken at the Democratic National Conventions held July 25-28 at the Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center to officially name former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as its presidential nominee with Sen. Tim Kaine as her running mate. The convention comes the week after Republicans held their gathering in Cleveland to nominate Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence. More than 4,700 delegates are attending the Democratic convention. PHOTO CREDIT CNBNews photo journalist Amanda Stevenson Lupke http://www.amandastevensonphoto.com

Auto Show | Photos Amanda Stevenson Lupke

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    The album includes some random shots of some of the many vehicles on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show held at the Convention Center. The 2016 Philadelphia Auto Show, produced and owned by the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia, rolls into the Pennsylvania Convention Center Jan. 30 to Feb. 7. This year's event will feature 700 vehicles from more than 40 worldwide manufacturers. Highlights include an array of concept, classic, luxury, pre-production and exotic models. Ticket prices range from $7 to $14. For more information, visit phillyautoshow.com. PHOTO CREDIT CNBNews Photo Journalist Amanda Stevenson Lupke http://www.amandastevensonphoto.com

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Gloucester City 4th of July Parade

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    Gloucester City held its 4th of July Parade on Thursday, July 3rd, followed by Fireworks at the Johnson Blvd field. PHOTOS BY STEVE SKIPTON

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    Great Time, new faces, more laughs, menu bacon & eggs, coffee, juice, toast......Brooklawn crowd out-numbering City Boys......something wrong with the camera, pictures not too good.......could be the photographer! Winner of 50-50, Bob Sliwa, $70. Treasury Report for August $223.00 Those present: Harry Blymer, Jim Blymer, Joe Boulden, Jim Coppola, Bill Cleary, George Cleary, Frank DiFelice, Joe DiFelice. Joe DiGiacomo, Walt Hall, John Hindsley, Frank "Reds" Grandizio, Bill "The Buck" Graves, Bill Gross, Len Lacavara, Ron Middleton. Ken MacAdams, Joe Miller, Chalie Pitzo, Jack Persichette, Bill Ritchie, Ron Raube, Ed Simila, Chalie Tourtual, Harry Walker, Bob Weichmann, Bill Yeager Note: My count for Saturday was 27 present......if I forgot anyone let me know. Raube, DiFelice, were on time this month; something different. The Club meets the last Saturday of the month at 9 AM at the Dining Car Depot in Gloucester City. Next meeting Saturday, September 29, at 9 PM Get well wishes go out to Jim Ashe of Brooklawn. Jim, a Vietnam Veteran, is confined to the Veterans Home in Vineland.

Gloucester City: Rock and Roll Festival

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    JUNE 21, 2008, time 12 Noon The second day of Gloucester City’s Rock and Roll Revival weekend kicked off today Saturday at 11 AM. The Festival, which concludes tonight at 7 PM, is being held along Broadway from the corner of Broadway & Market to Cumberland Street. The Festival features ALL DAY entertainment — car show, dance off, children’s entertainment, craft and food vendors, a beer garden, and more. The beer garden is in front of Jack’s Twin Bar, Broadway and Market Street. There is a cover charge of $5 and beer cost $3 a bottle. The Gloucester City Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) is sponsoring the event which cost the UEZ estimated $50,000. This is the second year it has been held.

Johnson Blvd Hoops June 30, 2008

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    Gloucester City Summer Basketball League Written by THE TRUTH 6:15 games OH Hara’s ( Purple team) +15 Dog House Pub (Baby Blue) The purple team will be looking for their first win Johnson_blvd_hoops_june_29_2008_096 of the year against the Baby Blue team. Baby blue comes off a tough lost last night to the red team. My thoughts are when Kenny “Sauce”Jones gets one of his dunks to drop, the baby blue team will go on a big winning streak.. Purple team sharp shooter Earl”The Pearl”Moore needs to learn that the object of the game is to put the ball in the basketball. I expect the baby blue team to have no problem. http://gloucestercitynews.typepad.com/clearysnotebook/2008/06/gloucester-c-36.html

Johnson Blvd. Hoops June 29, 2008

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    Gloucester City Adult Summer league Preview June 29th games http://gloucestercitynews.typepad.com/clearysnotebook/2008/06/gloucester-c-35.html

GCHS 2012 Class Graduation

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    Gloucester Catholic High School conferred 170 diplomas to members of the Class of 2012 during the 83rd Annual Commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 31, at Our Lady of Hope, St. Agnes Church in Blackwood. Timothy Scaffidi was the Valedictorian and Claudia Gallagher was the Salutatorian of the Class of 2012. Graduation festivities for students and their families began at 9:30 am on Thursday with the Senior Awards Brunch at Auletto’s in Deptford. Msgr. James Curran, pastor of Saint Mary’s Parish in Gloucester, was the main celebrant of the Baccalaureate Mass. Father David Beebe, a former faculty member, concelebrated, along with pastors of the sending parishes. Father Beebe also preached the homily. Commencement ceremonies followed the Mass with Executive Director of Schools DSCN0603 for the Camden Diocese, Mr.Nicholas Regina, presenting diplomas. Gloucester Catholic Principal John Colman addressed the students and guests. photos by Gus Ostrum http://www.gloucestercitynews.net/clearysnotebook/2012/06/gloucester-catholic-high-school-class-of-2012-confers-170-diplomas.html#more

GHS Class Reunion '60 '61 '62 '63 '64

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    The weekend event was held in Millville . Alumni members from the Class of 1960, Class of 1961, Class of 1962, Class of 1963 and 1964 were in attendance.