Dennisville UMC Coffee House 01/12/2018
Friday 01/12/2018 at 7:30 pm the Dennisville UMC Coffee House, 134 Main St. in Dennisville, NJ, presents Dave McIntosh and The Narrow Road Band. Come on out for some great music at the Dennisville UMC Social Hall. Come on out and get rid of the Winter blues and lets give a warm welcome to these musicians. Vince Martell from Vanilla Fudge Band may be attending this event also.
Prohibition Era Photos Wanted
Have any Prohibition era and/or themed photos with a Cape May County setting? We are preparing a book on Prohibition and how it impacted the county, especially Dennis Township. Please contact Ray Rebmann at email@example.com if you have any photos you would like to share. You will be given credit in the book for any items you allow us to use.
Dennisville Historic Home Owners Association 28th Christmas House Tour
Dennis Museum Friends July 2017 Newsletter
Download July 2017 Dennis Museum Friends Newsletter.
Dennis Township Senior Citizens Association Donated $500 05/11/2017
Dennis Township Senior Citizens Association donated $500 to the Friends of Dennis Township Old School House Museum at its May 11 meeting. Friends Treasurer Don Gooch (l) accepts the check from Association Treasurer Tom Champion at the front door to the historic museum in Dennisville.
2 New Radar Speed Signs 04/01/2017
A well done goes out to Dennisville Historic Home Owners Association for once again being proactive in the community. Read the following...
Well, finally the end of another long and arduous project! The 2 new radar speed signs have been installed by Cape May County. One is at the corner of Gatzmer and Main Street in front of Duke’s property. The other is at the corner of Hall and Petersburg Road on the Museum property. We listened to input and with the help of the township engineer arrived at these locations. The one at the museum still catches drivers coming from the direction of Rt. 47 and gives a second alert to drivers using Main Street to Petersburg to the school and beyond.
To recap, the DHHOA paid for one unit. Dennis Township paid for the other unit. The one at the RR was paid for and installed by the County a few years ago and I am aware that the lower left LED bulbs on that unit are not working. The county, through a shared services agreement with Dennis Township, paid for the poles and installed the 2 complete units. Dennisville is not getting special treatment, the DHHOA put our money behind the project with the Township. Please feel free to share this with your friends and relatives and ask them to honor us by respecting the 25 mph speed limit through the village.
New Web Site Established 03/17/2017
A new domain name www.DennisMuseumFriends.org and a 1 year web site hosting account was setup on 03/17/2017, the new web site went active on 03/17/2017 as well. Our web site is brand new and we are currently working on adding more content, establishing our Facebook page and a new logo is under development.
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Our GoFundMe Campaign - Ongoing Since 02/18/2017
Our GoFundMe campaign is in full swing, please consider donating by clicking the image below! Help us raise funds and seek grants to help pay for repairs/paint for the exterior of the Old School House Museum, explore possible uses for the Ludlam School and costs for restoring that building, support and encourage the study and preservation of local history, with emphasis on Dennis Township but inclusive of other areas of interest in Cape May County, NJ as well.
Non Profit 501(c)(3) Status - January 2017
We received our Non Profit 501(c)(3) status in early January 2017