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Freeholders honor Bagelicious Café and Catering on 20th Anniversary

The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders recognized Bagelicious Café and Catering on its 20th Anniversary in business.  Freeholder Frank J. DiMarco presented a proclamation on behalf of the Freeholders at a celebration held at Bagelicious. 

Through Bagelicious, hundreds of people with disabilities have received training, dozens have been placed in jobs throughout the community and the public has been shown the unlimited capabilities of people with disabilities. 

Bagelicious was purchased by Abilities Solutions (then Abilities Center of NJ, Inc.) to provide an opportunity to expand employment through food service training to people with disabilities. While providing a community based setting open to the public, they quickly expanded into a full service café, serving delicious homemade meals for breakfast and lunch with a smile and courteous service.

In Photo (from left to right):   Karl Parker, Congressman Norcross' Office, Deptford Councilman Wayne Love, Former Deptford Councilwoman and Retired Office of Disabled Director Jackie Love, Freeholder Frank J. DiMarco, Jack Sheppard, Jr., Abilities Solutions Board Chairman and Susan Perron, President and CEO Abilities Solutions