Women of Wonder League℠ 2016
If you are a super-hero, you and your sidekicks are invited to support Atlantic Cape!
- Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2016
- Time: 4:00—7:00 PM
- Location: The REEDS at Shelter Haven 9601 Third Ave., Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
- Tickets: $20
- Enjoy: Hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer and DESSERTS
- Student art auction and many more prizes!
- Attire: Costumes PREFERRED—Show off your inner SUPER HERO!
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|$348||This amount covers the cost of tuition for a 3-credit course and will allow one student to attend Atlantic Cape this school year.|
|$232||This amount covers the cost of tuition for 2 credits toward a course.|
|$116||This amount covers the cost of tuition for 1 credit toward a course.|
|Of course, any donation is helpful to saving our at-risk students and is gratefully received!|
The mission of the Women of Wonder League℠ is to rescue at-risk high school students by creating an opportunity for them to attend Atlantic Cape Community College and transform their lives.
2016 Woman of Wonder E. Marie Hayes
Freeholder Responsibilities: Board of Elections, County Clerk/Adjuster, Culture and Heritage, Fare Free Transportation, Library, Museum, Park/Zoo, Print Shop, Surrogate, Tax Board and Tourism & Public Information
Freeholder Liaison: Advisory Commission on the Status of Women, Chamber of Commerce, Culture and Heritage Commission, Jersey Shore Partnership, Library Commission, New Jersey Association of Counties - 1st Alternate, Ocean City Chamber of Commerce, Park Advisory Board, Tax Board, Member - ACCC School Board of Estimate, Member - Special Services School Board of Estimate and Member - Technical School Board of EstimateBiography: E. Marie Hayes was sworn-in on February 1, 2013 to fill the unexpired term of M. Susan Sheppard, Esq. on the Board of Chosen Freeholders. Hayes was re-elected in November 2014 to her first three year term and will serve until December 31, 2016.
In late 1970’s, Marie was hired by the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office as an Investigator. During the majority of her career, she was assigned to Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Investigations. She rose through the ranks being promoted to Sergeant of Detectives to Lieutenant of Detectives, retiring as Captain of Detectives in 2009.
Hayes received her Associate Degree from Atlantic Cape Community College, where until this year; she was an Adjunct Professor teaching Criminal Investigation. Hayes received a Bachelor Degree in Human Services, with a concentration in Criminal Justice from Thomas Edison State College and is a 1996 graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Hayes resides in Ocean City with Lloyd, her husband of 32 years, and their son Lloyd. Also, she has two grown daughters, Megan and Danielle, a son-in-law Vince and six grandchildren.