By Rich Baehrle
Higher Ground Workshops was founded with the intent to give local makers and crafters a space where they can share their skills and passions with others while welcoming members of the community to learn, play and make new connections.
Owner Laura Beningo has always had diverse hobbies and she loves learning new crafts. After 10 years in the military, Laura decided to integrate her enthusiasm for camaraderie and collaboration with her love of learning.
HG workshops provides tools, materials, and instructor support for people to bring their creative ideas to life.
The workshops are intended to promote a sense of being supported, a feeling of accomplishment, and curiosity for what is possible, she said.
Current workshops include wreath making, candle making, woodworking basics, wood boring, clay crafts, paint nights, knitting, and much more. Higher Ground can incorporate any of those crafts into a private party, fund-raising or corporate team-building events.
The business is located at 950 Tilton Road, No. 102. For information, call 609-445-4844.
Harbor Square Egg Harbor Township (formerly the Shore Mall) has three new tenants.
Proshot Pickleball is nearing completion. With the pickleball craze running rampant throughout the country, players will have a new 22,000-square-foot court on which to play indoors year-round.
Restaurant Depot: This is where restaurant owners shop for food, restaurant supplies and equipment. They stock a huge selection of name brands as well as their own brands.
The company says it is not only their large selection, it’s also their competitive prices that keep the customers coming back. The consumer won’t have to waste time searching for products or calculating costs. Items are grouped and merchandised by category, and prices are clearly displayed.
Free membership cards are issued to those who own stores or manage a restaurant, coffee shop, bar, pizzeria, night club, caterer, deli, or non-profit organization. Stay tuned for the opening.
Harbor Square’s latest is coming soon to the former Golden Corral Buffet. The new restaurant is the Flaming Grill and Supreme Buffet.
The new buffet boasts numerous locations around the country serving lunch and dinner. They will feature a wide array of main dishes including chicken, beef, seafood and salad and dessert bars. Stay tuned for the opening coming soon.
Rich Baehrle of Berkshire Hathaway Fox and Roach. Can be reached at 609-226-6680 or 609-641-0011 firstname.lastname@example.org