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OceanFirst Foundation Makes Atlantic City the First Stop in Awarding $150,000 in 2018 Arts & Cultural Grants

Posted on July 11, 2018 at 12:05 AM

OceanFirst Foundation took the show on the road to Atlantic City, NJ, on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, when it presented grants totaling $7,500 to the Atlantic City Ballet ($2,500), The Schultz-Hill Foundation ($2,500), the Bay Atlantic Symphony ($1,500) and Atlantic City Arts Foundation ($1,000) as part of its 2018 Arts & Cultural Grant. Pictured are (from left to right) Keisha Jones, Assistant Vice President Branch Manager, OceanFirst Bank of Atlantic City, Nagisa Suzuki, Dancer Atlantic City Ballet, Ionut Zaharia, Dancer Atlantic City Ballet, Michael Hoebler, Development Manager Atlantic City Ballet, Phyllis Papa, Founding Artistic Director Atlantic City Ballet, MK Thomas, Vice President Atlantic City Ballet, Jenny Scarborough, Board Member Atlantic City Ballet, Art Korth, Trustee Atlantic City Ballet, Gary Hill, President/Founder Schultz-Hill Foundation, Jeanne Eisele, Board Member Schultz-Hill Foundation, Meg Sippey, Executive Director Bay Atlantic Symphony, Joyce Hagen, Executive Director Atlantic City Arts Foundation, Kathleen Woodring, Board Member Schultz-Hill Foundation, Kathy Durante, Executive Director OceanFirst Foundation, and David Murray, Orchestra Director & Instrumental Music Teacher of Sovereign Avenue School. OceanFirst Foundation will make four more presentations between now and July 24, 2018, awarding $150,000 in Arts & Cultural Grants to 56 organizations that support artistic and cultural endeavors in communities within the OceanFirst Bank business footprint.

Categories: ATLANTIC CITY-NJ - SPNEWS, ENGLISH NEWS - SPNEWS, ATLANTIC COUNTY, NEW JERSEY - SPNEWS

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