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AtlantiCare: Malcolm Baldrige Award Ceremony

Vice President Joe Biden and Commerce Secretary Gary Locke

recognized AtlantiCare during a ceremony for 2009 Malcolm Baldrige Award winners in Washington, D.C., December 16. David P. Tilton, president and CEO, AtlantiCare, and nearly 100 representatives of AtlantiCare, including Board members, a volunteer, members of AtlantiCare leadership, physicians and staff attended the ceremony at the Grand Hyatt. AtlantiCare staff and physicians had the opportunity to watch a satellite feed of the ceremony at ARMC’s Mainland and Atlantic City campuses, as well as at one of AtlantiCare’s office locations in the Airport Commerce Center, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. “America’s competitive edge has always been defined by those

who lead and those who innovate,” said Biden. “These companies here today have that spirit and protect that vision.”

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Left to right: Vice President Joe Biden poses with AtlantiCare President and CEO David Tilton and AtlantiCare Vice President for Quality and Performance Excellence Joan Brennan, DNP, RN.

Accent Gallery Celebrates The

Creative Spirit This year Accent Gallery hosted

its first annual holiday exhibit, The Creative Spirit. As guests gathered on the second floor for an Open House on Saturday, December 11th, the joy of the holiday season was felt by all. The gallery was filled with merriment as guests and artists exchanged thoughts about the works on display! The exhibit celebrated the collective

Rody O'Rourke, Director, with artists Frank Smith, Patty Moses, Steve Gibson, and Kira Campo, Associate Director

talent of ten featured artists, all of whom were in attendance to discuss their original artwork. Each artist was asked to submit a single work of art which they felt best reflected their own creative process and individual creativity. The show was comprised of works which were diverse in subject and style, although several paintings reflected nature and an autumnal theme. There was, however, at least one common thread—the artists' meticulous technique, which was apparent in each of the works. Featured artists included: Paula

Steve Gibson, Kira Campo, Nancy Palermo, Phyllis London, Kim Weiland, Rody O’Rourke 2nd Annual Touchdown

Angelo, Diann Cardello, Steve Gibson, Phyllis London, Wanda Kline, Patty Moses, Nancy Palermo, Frank Smith, Rae Smith, and Kim Weiland. Photos by Eric Weeks

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Sunday for TomCetrone The Friends of Tom Cetrone held the second

annual Touchdown Sunday with Tom Cetrone. Tom is a Linwood resident who is battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease. The event was held Sunday, November 21 at Greate Bay Country Club. The group aims to raise money to help Tom, his wife Kirsten and their daughters. This year’s benefit was a huge success with approximately 400 people attending to spend time with the Cetrone family, eat, drink, watch football and participate in a live auction with Philadelphia Flyers commentator Steve Coates. It was reported to be a great day and a wonderful showing of community support. For more information please visit

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The Friends of Tom Cetrone Committee: 1st Row l to r: Jen Fricke, Sally DePamphilis, Kirsten Cetrone, Tom Cetrone, Kim DiVentura. 2nd Row l to r: Rick DePamphilis, Stacy DeDomenicis, Kerri Neiderer, Andrew Lee, Shannon Gray, Kim Raspa, Gene Bozzi. 3rd Row L to R: John Kelley, Joe DeGaetano, Greg DeDomenicis, Mary Ellen Spiers. LIFESTYLE | January 2011 45

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