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Hopewell 0508

Hopewell 0508

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www.hopewellsun.com
MAY 8-14, 2013
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College students receiveacademic honors.
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Special to The Sun
The Hopewell ValleyRegional School Dis-trict held an ArborDay contest andawarded studentsfrom each schoollevel. Above is CHS’Taylor Guttesman’sphoto, ‘Lone Tree,’which won secondplace. Other submis-sions are pictured tothe left.
Arbor Day contest
Walk forWilliamsset forSaturday
BY HEATHER FIORE
The Hopewell Sun
To raise awareness aboutWilliams Syndrome, Hopewellresident Heather O’Connell is co-ordinating the annual New Jer-sey Walk for Williams on Satur-day, May 11 at Veterans Park inHamilton.New Jersey Walk for Williamsis a nationwide event hosted bythe Williams Syndrome Associa-tion. It is held during WS Aware-ness Month in May.WS is a rare neurodevelopmen-tal disorder that is present atbirth and can affect anyone. It ischaracterized by medical and de-velopmental problems, such ascardiovascular disease, develop-mental delays and learning dis-abilities, and affects fewer than30,000 people in the country, ac-cording to the WSA’s website.“There’s no reason as to whomit affects; it’s a random thing,”O’Connell said. “It doesn’t care
PenningtonDay annualfair May 18
BY HEATHER FIORE
The Hopewell Sun
Each year, Pennington holdsits version of a street fair, knownas Pennington Day, the biggesttown-wide event of the year.This year, residents can expectto see a revamped look, thanks toa more focused theme and somenew vendors.Pennington Day, centered onthe intersection of East CurlisAvenue and Main Street in down-town Pennington, is slated forSaturday, May 18.This year's event will consist of a variety of fun activities for chil-dren, non-profit endeavors andclose to 200 vendors, the largestnumber the fair has ever hosted."There are also three stages – Crossroads Stage, JamboreeStage and Stage3 at Howe Com-mons – of live entertainment thatwill feature local bands anddance troupes that performthroughout the day," said AndyParsons, co-chair of the Penning-ton Day committee."The action covers Penning-ton’s Main Street from The KidPavilion behind Toll Gate Gram-mar School all the way through
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College studentsreceive academichonor awards
Although the roar of junglecats is typical in the evenings,lions were heard last Sunday af-ternoon. New Jersey Lions, thatis. That was when Hopewellbrothers, Tyler and EvanCignarella, who are both student-athletes at The College of NewJersey, received their awards atthe college’s Academic Honorspresentation.They were among the out-standing students who main-tained a cumulative GPA of 3.3 orbetter at TCNJ, while also partici-pating in NCAA athletics at a na-tional competitive level.Tyler, a standout performerand varsity athlete for HVCHSsoccer and baseball, anchored thedefense for four years as a starteron TCNJs men’s soccer team andmember of Dean’s List.Tyler is just weeks away fromgraduating with an Accountingdegree.He has contracted with a Big 4Accounting firm to begin his ca-reer while preparing to sit thissummer for the exams requiredto be licensed as a CPA.Evan, a mechanical engineer-ing major and freshman, joinedhis brother at TCNJ this year, im-mediately stepping up to varsityathletic challenges in the pool.

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