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social media 353x300 This guide was created by the Cumberland County Positive Youth Development Coalition’s (CCPYDC) Vineland

Breakout Group for the education of parents and adult community members on current social media

platforms, as well as the potential dangers associated with these websites and applications. Additionally, the

guide serves to provide information on popular texting language and emoji meanings. Adults should use this

guide to get a basic understanding of social media platforms, and to decipher different messages typically sent

via text or emojis. Click here to view



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Download these and many more titles on your computer or mobile devices. Register today with your Millville Public Library card. Click here to enjoy your next book.





An Early History of Tennis


Above: Lee Kane, Remy Aronoff, and Ethan Aronoff

“An Early History of Tennis in Millville, New Jersey,” is a new book that is available to purchase at the Millville Public Library. This book was written by Remy, Jake, and Ethan Aronoff. Other people who were involved with writing this story are: Bill and Nancy Gant Forester, Lee Kane, Mike Lascarides, Don Shipley, George Waltman, Betty Smith, and Bill Wenz.

This story begins by discussing how tennis first began in the United States. The book shares accounts of some of the first tennis matches that took place in Bridgeton, Millville, and Vineland. The Aronoff brothers wrote about the very first tennis team that started at Millville High School. When reading this book, one will discover that Millville tennis teams have won multiple championships. The Millville High School Varsity Tennis team started in 1948. “An Early History of Tennis in Millville, New Jersey” even has an article about the Millville High School’s 1950 Co-State Championship!


“An Early History of Tennis in Millville, New Jersey” is available to check out at the Millville Public Library. Also, the Friends of the Millville Library are selling this book, for a donation of $20.00. Thank you to Remy, Jake, and Ethan Aronoff, and all of those who were involved in the making of this book.

 On right: Betty Smith looks at a picture of an Aranoff's Store 1922 Tennis Shoes Advertisement.

All pictures in this newsletter are courtesy of
Debby Aronoff.


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The Friends of the Millville Public Library are selling one-day passes to shop at Boscov's on October 16,2018. The pass entitles you to 25% off all day.

The passes are $5.00 and can be purchased at the Circulation Desk of the Millville Library during regular business hours.

Come to the library and purchase yours today!!









High School Equivalency Exam (HSE)

(Formerly GED Test)

At Cumberland County College

3322 College Drive, Vineland, NJ

North Entrance, Parking Lot G

Academic Building, Upper Level, Room A24

(Bldg. #2 on campus map)

Arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of your test/s


9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm


9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

TEST SUBJECTS: Math, Social Studies, Science, Reading, Writing


Register online at:

2018 Testing Schedule

(HiSet Exam)

      August                                                                   September         

  Friday, August 24                                                           Friday, September 7

     Saturday, August 25                                                      Saturday, September 8

                                                                                                                                                                Friday, September 21

                                                                                                                                                                Saturday, September 22

                                                                                       October                                                                November

   Friday, October 5                                                      Friday, November 2

     Saturday, October 6                                                   Saturday, November 3

                                                                           Friday, October 19                                                    Friday, November 16 

                                                                           Saturday, October 20                                               Saturday, November 17

                                                                                                                                                               Friday, November 30


                                        Saturday Dec. 1                                                             

                                 Friday, Dec. 14                                                       

                                         Saturday, Dec. 15                                                            



A Family Advocate from Connecting Families to Communities is available 
at the Millville Public Library, 210 Buck Street, Millville, by appointment.
In the belief that stronger families equal stronger communities,
Connecting Families to Communities connects families to resources that
exist within our community so that they may achieve successes, both small
and large, that will put them back on the path to life-long stability and
self-sufficiency.  Family Advocates provide families with Ongoing Support,
Resources, Goal Setting Techniques, Encouragement, Creative Solutions,
and Accountability.
Connecting Families to Communities offers various services and seminars to help develop strong family relationships and community connections. A trained advocate can assist families in creating personalized action plans and goals. CF2C can provide the tools, resources, and opportunities necessary to accomplish those goals. Appointments are free and confidential. A CF2C advocate is available to meet at the Millville Public Library - 210 Buck St. Millville, NJ 08332. Appointments can be made for Mondays from 10am-1pm, Wednesdays from 1pm-4pm, and Fridays from 11am-2pm. For an appointment, contact Lisa Davey, 856-300-3916. Walk-ins are welcome also. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. “Be the positive change in your family”


Beginner Computer Classes for Adults

Adult Computer Classes at the Millville Public Library. The MPL is holding beginner computer classes. Choose from these computer topics: mouse and keyboard basics, Microsoft Word basics, internet usage, and email basics. No prior experience needed. Classes are limited.

Monday, August 6, 2018  5-7:30pm: Word

Monday, August 13, 2018 1-4pm: Mouse and Keyboard Basics

Monday, August 13, 2018  5-7:30pm: Internet

Monday, August 20, 2018  5-7:30pm: E-mail

Computer class brochures are available in the library.



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