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www.moorestownsun.com
MARCH 27-APRIL 2, 2013
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Release the hounds
Dog park could be in theworks in Moorestown.
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Special to The Sun
LEFT: Otto Meilick, Jeremy Wilbur and Brennan Field help Jeremy Wilbur in his service project. RIGHT: From top left are Wilbur, Brennen Field, Kevin Shaloo, Will Roman, LukeZelinski, and Bill and Vera Hallowell posing with Shaloo’s service project.
Teens work on Eagle Scout projects
By KRISTINA SCALA
The Moorestown Sun
Two Moorestown High Schoolseniors recently earned EagleScout ranking. Jeremy Wilburand Kevin Shaloo managed toearn their Eagle Scout rankingsbefore turning 18.“It’s the highest honor the BoyScouts can achieve. It’s quite adistinction,” Troop 44 leader Tri-cia McCunney-Thomas said.For their Eagle Scout projects,Kevin and Jeremy gave back tothe community in different ways.Kevin built a mounting ramp fordisabled patients so they are ableto get onto a horse for rehabilita-tion therapy, while Jeremy col-lected toiletries for the New Vi-sions Homeless Shelter in Cam-den.If they were unsuccessful incompleting the project beforetheir 18th birthday, the EagleScout ranking would no longer bepossible. According to Boy Scoutsof America, approximately 5 per-cent of all Boy Scouts earned theEagle Scout rank in 2011, and theaverage age was 17.Both advanced from rank torank in the Scouts.
 please see
SCOUTS, page 10
 
By KRISTINA SCALA
The Moorestown Sun
A dog park may be coming toMoorestown in the near future.As part of an Eagle Scout proj-ect, Moorestown Boy Scout Troop44 member John Matthews pre-sented council with his plan tocreate a dog park in John PryorPark. Members of council ap-proved Matthews’ idea for thenew dog park on Monday, Feb. 18.Matthews said he wanted tocreate a dog park for residentswho would normally let theirdogs off leash on outdoor recre-ational fields.“This obviously isn’t a goodthing. It messes up the sportsfields and it’s also not really safefor the dogs. I thought it would bea good idea to create a dog parkfor these people to have their dogsrun around off their leash andgive them a place to do thesethings that would not really harmany other part of the town,” hesaid.Matthews estimated the projectto cost between $10,000 and$15,000. He said the Boy Scoutswould build benches and tablesand work on landscaping to cre-ate shaded areas. A contractormust put up the fencing.Township manager ScottCarew said the township doeshave a cap on what can be done onpublic property. He said if thefence contractor’s proposal isabove $14,187 the contractor willhave to pay prevailing wages,which will raise the cost of thecontract.“Anything you can do to keepthat number below $14,187 wouldmake your life a whole lot easier,”he said.Matthews hopes contractorsfor the fencing would be willing todonate their time and materialstoward the project, but those do-nations were not included in theestimate.“It’s better to be safe,” he said.The plan to raise money for theproject is to host fundraisingevents, including a dog fair atMoorestown Day on June 1.The fence system will includedouble gates for pets to safelyenter and exit the park as well asseparate fencing for maintenancevehicles.Matthews said he hopes to re-ceive contributions from localbusinesses as well as individualsponsors. Individual sponsorswould be recognized with a signon the dog park site if he or shedonates $50, he said.Carew supported the idea of having individual sponsors at thedog park, but he suggestedMatthews should consider plac-ing a “rules and regulations” signat the park.
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On Sunday, April 7, from 2 to 3pm, the Historical Society of Moorestown, located at 12 HighSt., will host a ceramics tour of the museum.Graham Hueber, glass and ce-ramics expert will lead the tour.Known for his wit and expansiveknowledge, Hueber will not onlyentertain, but also provide an en-riching experience.Admission is $10 and light re-freshments will be served. Con-tact 235-0353 or moorestownhisto-ry@verizon.net.
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Historical Societyplans Appraisal Day
On Thursday, April 4, from 10a.m. to 5 p.m. the Historical Socie-ty will host an Appraisal Day. Thepublic is welcome to attend andbring pieces to be appraised.This event will also serve as afundraiser for the society. A $10fee will be charged for each itemwith a limit of two items per per-son. Reservations can be made fora specific time and “walk ins” arewelcome. Please note that the ap-praisals will be presented as theydo on the Antiques Roadshow andare to be considered an estimateand not for insurance purposes.For more information or reser-vations, contact Susan Acker at986-7536 or ohtobesusan@aol.com.
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