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Men's Ministry recognizes Pleasantville resident for community service

Men's Ministry recognizes Pleasantville resident for community service

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Pleasantville resident Augustus C. Harmon was recognized by the Seashore and Newtonville Seventh Day Adventist Churches on Saturday, Sept. 4 for his lifelong service to his community and the South Jersey area.

Harmon, 85, received the Community Award, bestowed annually by the church to a person whose contributions to social and civic organizations contributed to the betterment of the community.

The award program was part of Men’s Ministry Weekend, which included a virtual health information session and in-person programs and worship service with guest speakers and music.

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When my family first purchased a summer house in South Jersey back in 1989, one of the first places we went to get fresh fish was Bob’s Seafood in Absecon. I was only 11 years old at the time, but I have distinct memories of loving pretty much anything my parents brought back from Bob’s. A few months ago when I was deciding what shacks to include in this column, it dawned on me that I had not featured Bob’s Seafood. This had to change.

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