‘Pirate Pictures’ Launched at Maritime Museum


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Eric Englund
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July 22, 2021
By Eric Englund

THE BUC STOPS Listed here: The to start with pirates to pose with the new attraction are Jim Vogel, Bob Yates and Deb Whitcraft. The service is supplied free of charge of demand. (Equipped Photo)
So you want to costume up like a pirate? You can do that at the most up-to-date attraction at the New Jersey Maritime Museum in Beach Haven. Nicole Whitcraft, niece of museum founder/president Deborah C. Whicraft, painted a “get your photo taken as a pirate” show, which opened previous weekend.
The exercise is cost-free of demand.
“It’ll make a excellent memento for people today who go to the museum,” mentioned Deborah Whitcraft. “It’s likely to be a everlasting screen.”
She stated folks could have enjoyment with the pictures in displaying them on Facebook and other social media outlets.
“It was perfectly received following we set it up,” stated Whitcraft, “I’m sure it is going to be very preferred through the summer months.”
The museum is open up 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven times a 7 days. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.  —E.E.

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