Showing posts from July, 2015


The City of Atlantic City invites the NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB to give 2 showcases during the summer.  The first show was on July 7th on the stage of Kennedy Plaza, located opposite Boardwalk Hall, on Mississippi Avenue.  In spite of the humid weather, an ample crowd of vacationers filled the seats of the outdoor theater for the 5:00 PM show. The following comments were submitted by on-site reporter Terry Meade, NJCC member and performer, and her husband Mark, who took the photos. "Our NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB SHOW performance was fantastic ... everyone was at the top of her game.  Wonderful audience who sinerely enjoyed  the show". "The Sound man MIKE, who worked with ELVIS for 5 years, joined us for our finale, and we were his back up group.  Great fun"! "Our MS NEW JERSEY SENIOR AMERICA STATE PAGEANT ADMINISTRATOR & DIRECTOR, Johanne Santori, and her wonderful husband Adeo, had us all back to their beautiful home for a lovely dinne


Since her coronation on June 3rd, Sherri McGhie, MS NEW JERSEY SENIOR AMERICA 2015, has begun her year long journey of promoting the positive aspects on aging in the Garden State.   So far, she has kept her work schedule and duties as Queen in balance, and she is having the time of her life. Lawmakers from all levels of government have recognized Queen Sherri for her achievement, with letters of congratulations, and official proclamations. Earlier this month, Sherri met with the members of the Manchester Town Council at the bi-monthly open meeting.  President Brendan Weiner, President presided over the meeting.   He introduced Sherri to the residents, and read the Proclamation of Achievement, in lieu of Mayor Palmer, who was absent.   The photo also includes Sherri's entourage: Josephine Araniti/MSNJSA2007, her mother, Norma McGhie/MSNJSA1995, and Patricia Oraveta/MSNJSA2001. The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders were also eager to honor Queen Sherri.  She w


Terry Meade, of Princeton Junction, participated in the MS NEW JERSEY SENIOR AMERICA PAGEANT 2014.  Since then, she joined the NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB, and performs regularly in their showcases. Terry Meade and her husband Mark of 50 years, have been selected by the New Jersey Sharing Network Foundation, and will be their guests in Pasadena, California, as 2016 honorees on the DONATE LIFE Rose Parade float on New Year's Day!  On June 4, 2008, then 64 years old, Mark received the "gift of life", a new heart.   Since 2005, Mark had suffered numerous heart attacks, and was in end-stage congestive heart failure, when he was admitted to Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia, where he waited 4 months for a heart.  Since his transplant, they are committed to raising awareness of the critical need for organ and tissue donations.   Mark and Terry honor their donor in everything they do ... every day!  They are passionate advocators, and trained and certified v