If you want to get a lift in life, go see how the Deerfield School women run a fundraiser, kabitz with your favorite, svelte dentist as he takes a photo of is food and puts it on Facebook and talk to one of Speranza brothers who run the Bridgeton Police Department and how much those brothers mean to Deanne Speranza-Murphy having to go back and forth to the University of Penn for platelets, all happening at DiLisi’s Ristorante in the Upper Deerfield Shopping Center tonight to fund activities for the kids the budget can’t afford.
By Jack Hummel
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Karen Cox keeps telli g herself, “It’s only been eight weeks,” as she recovers from her knee surgery.
Her forte is walking.
You can’t do that, yoga or Pilates with a bad wheel or right after fixing a bad wheel. The walking clears your head, gets the blood out of the feet and up to your head and makes you feel like Joel Embiid.
“One-third of the season down. 2-0 record! We are averaging 64 ppg and allowing only 9.5ppg! Let’s keep it up!”
— Joe Labonne,
Sam Feinsein’s meal at DiLisi’s tonight. Doc has lost 80 pounds and made his whole body a weapon. Good to see him without the mouth wide open and Nathaniel figuring out the bill. The background helps curb the appetite.
Did you know that you can have a house worth $150,000 with no mortgage, but you can’t get a home equity loan unless you have a job.
What would happen if Mike Thompson fired his dad, Bob, who owns 600 rentals in Bridgeton?
Bob couldn’t get a home equity loan.
Deerfield School’s next fundraiser is Saturday, Feb. 11, at Merighi’s Savoy Inn.
It’s dinner and a comedy show
Tonight, we promised 4 foot 7 inch Janeen Robbins we would go. Call 856-451-6610 for tickets.
If we had Lauren Taniguchi writing the grants in this county, Tracey Wells-Huggins and her 10 elves would have stayed home and held focus groups on poverty and the justice system instead of all going to Virginia supported by funding from three national organizations.
They provided the grants to make it happen.
If you can’t write grants, get out of government. You’re in the way because you’re concentrating on little crap.
Is there anybody in Cumberland County who doesn’t know that 2nd, Third and Fourth streets in Millville aren’t ghetto?
Police, commissioners, ministerial association, second-graders?
Do you want to finally get a handle on it seven police chiefs and seven police commissioners in? Is it time?
“In some countries, today isn’t hump day.”
— Bob Hutchings,
coach for the whole world
“I hate people who smack when they eat! Especially grown-ups! It’s really annoying!”
— Lynwood Mosley
“And people who talk with food in their mouth! You can see the food moving around as they’re speaking! Ugh!”
— Jewelle Simone
“Ah, nothing like getting ready to lay down for a nap before work tonight, only to be serenaded by the 5 Man Electrical Band warming up for Woodstock.
“You day workers should really appreciate the noise ordinance that covers night-time hours.”
— Newell Branin Jr.
You know things are busy when Sal DiLisi works the kitchen and Nancy DiLisi handles out front, moving from table to table greeting guests.
Who knew Sam Feinstein was once her dentist?
Just so you know, Deanna Speranza-Murphy was in U. of Penn hospital, driven by her husband, John, who somebody tonight called the best brother-in-law a man could have.
Did you know know the Speranza brothers shaved their heads in support of Deanna?
Still waiting on her comments on education.
YOU CAN BOOK IT: Facebook slow tonight. Better post before we lose it.