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From left are Independent Order of Odd Fellows members Jim Smith of Galloway, Beth Garvin of Tuckerton, Sandy Smith of Galloway, Mark Mazzone of Absecon, Steven Wooton of Tuckerton, Wayne Dilks of Linwood, Aileen and Bob Day of Absecon, Janice and John Estergren of Egg Harbor Township, Jerry Seville of Smithville, Jerry Michaud of Pomona, Ben Burger of Willingboro and Raul Rodriquez of Jersey City.
Members of the AtlantiCare staff accept gifts for pediatric patients Dec. 15 from members of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo joins members of the AtlantiCare Foundation and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows at a reception Dec. 15 at the AtlantiCare City Campus. From left are Jim Smith of Galloway, Independent Order of Odd Fellows; Samantha Kiley, executive director of AtlantiCare Foundation; Sandra Dietrich, assistant vice president of nursing at the City Campus; Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo; Odd Fellows Ben Burger of Willingboro, Mark Mazzone of Absecon and Steve Wooten of Tuckerton; and Jim Kilmer, assistant vice president of clinical services and administration at the City Campus.
AtlantiCare’s youngest patients did not go without holiday surprises, thanks to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Absecon/Galloway Chapter, Lodge 213, which collected toys for children staying in hospitals over the holidays.
AtlantiCare held a reception Dec. 15 at the Atlantic City campus to acknowledge the efforts of the group to bring smiles to the youngest of patients during the holidays with their donation of several hundred toys.
Wayne Dilks, of Linwood, a member of the lodge, said the group enjoys bringing cheer during the holidays, especially to children.
Odd Fellows Union Lodge 213 meets monthly at the Farmington Fire House in Egg Harbor Township. For information, call 856-217-6382.