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Cape May County Honors 4-H Leader With Own Street

Betty Jean Lane
Pictured: (l-r) Retired Freeholder Ralph E. Sheets, Jr., Betty Jean Webersinn, Director Gerald Thornton, Vice-Director M. Susan Sheppard and County CEDH Marilou Rochford

People can work all over Betty Jean. They can drive on Betty Jean, too.

 

We’re talking about the new Betty Jean Lane in Cape  May Country. The renamed street at the Cape May Country Fairgrounds honors long-time 4-H program director Betty Jean Webersinn.

Congratulations, Betty!

Betty Jean
Cape May County Communications Office. Pictured seated (l-r) Director Gerald Thornton, Vice-Director M. Susan Sheppard, County CEDH Marilou Rochford, Retired Freeholder Ralph E. Sheets, Jr., CMC 4-H Foundation President Wendy Seaman and Betty Jean Webersinn at podium

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