HAMMONTON—For more than a
decade, the Hammonton High School (HHS)
Performing Arts Center [PAC] has been home
to numerous events and shows. Since the high
school moved its location to Old Forks Road
in 2002 and a brand-new performing arts
facility was constructed, it has given
opportunities to many high school students
who aspire to have a career in arts and
theater as they showcase their talents on
the cavernous stage. It has an approximately
880 person seating capacity, which provides
sufficient space for audiences as well.
Scout working on trail
THG/MarySusan Hoffman. To purchase photos in
The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.
Christina Tomasello from Girl Scout Troop
30910 is working on a “Silver Project,”
which involves her planning, organizing and
completing a trail project at Hammonton Lake
Park. Tomasello’s project involves her
measuring, mapping and marking the
walking/running trails at Hammonton Lake
Park and Smith Tract. Tomasello plans to
install trail markers on three separate
trails, which will be made from pressure
treated lumber. For more information about
the project or to make a donation e-mail
email@example.com or call 567-5879.
Tomasello is pictured with one of the trail
markers and Environmental Commission Vice
Chair Terri Caruso Cafiso.