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CAPE MAYQuanette Vasser McNeal was sworn in as president of the Cape May County NAACP during a ceremony Monday at historic Macedonia Church during the Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast co-sponsored by the Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro.

Mayor Zachary Mullock swore in the NAACP executive board. Others installed included: Vice- President Clayton Palmer, Treasurer Sheryl Cisrow, Secretary Dawn Gayle, and Assistant Secretary Wand Matthews

Executive board members sworn in were: David Farrow, Angie Cooper, Kellie Fields, Dawn Robinson, Melisha Anderson, Wanda Young, Jennifer Bolling, Qwashonia Shelton, Necheala Shelton, Cheryl Spaulding and Nena Wise

Following Tours of the Harriet Tubman Museum in Cape May, those in attendance were invited to the AME Church, to see the installation of stained glass windows from the Allen AME Church, which are currently displayed at the museum and were being moved back to the church, which is currently being renovated after a devastating fire in 2018.

The window on display were engraved with the names Charles and Jennie Vasser, the great-great grandparents of Vasser-McNeal.

Robert Matthews is the pastor of Macedonia. While the Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro sponsored the food. Wawa of Cape May Court House donated coffee and condiments. The proceeds from the event help to support the Dorothy Mac Scholarship fund. She served as president of the chapter for more than a decade. 

Katrina Johnson Evans served as the guest speaker for the event.

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