National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week held to thank animal control officers (Clayton, NJ) -- National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week was celebrated during the week of April 8 to April 14. National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week is a week designed to say thank you and to show appreciation to all the animal control officers who are hardworking and dedicated to helping pets and people in the community every day.
Household Special Waste collection this Saturday, April 21 (South Harrison Twp, NJ) - Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger would like to remind residents that the County's 2018 Household Special Waste (HSW) Collection Program is fast approaching with the first date being Saturday, April 21.
Miracle League Field opens for their ninth season (Sewell, NJ) On Saturday, April 14, Miracle League players and volunteers along with Gloucester County Freeholders attended the ceremonial first pitch and ribbon cutting at the Miracle League Field to commemorate the re-opening of the newly renovated field and the official start of the season.
‘Mosquito Eating’ fish stocked in retention basins (West Deptford Twp., NJ) –Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Heather Simmons helped stock retention basins in the county with 7,000 Fathead Minnow, a fish that eat the larva of mosquitoes.
Human Trafficking event "Youth At Risk" held (Sewell, NJ) On Wednesday, April 11, Freeholder Jim Jefferson, liaison to the Department of Health and Human Services, spoke at the Commission on Missing and Abused (COMA) Human Trafficking event, "Youth At Risk", taking place at Rowan College of Gloucester County.