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Marlton 1002

Marlton 1002

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www.marltonsun.com
OCTOBER 2–8, 2013
FREE
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-31Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Solar engineering
Board approves request to obtain proposalsfor solar panels at schools.
PAGE 21
NICK COHEN/The Marlton Sun
No. 23 Jess Havers of Cherokee High School brings the ball up field against Lenape High School in a game played Sept. 24. Haversregistered the only goal for the Lady Chiefs en route to a 1-0 victory. The win improved Cherokee’s record to 1-3.
Cherokee tops Lenape, 1-0
AnnualHarvestFestivalnears
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Marlton Sun
More than 30,000 people visit-ing the Annual Harvest Festivalhelp create a viable Main Street,said Sandy Student, Evesham Cel-ebrations Foundation president.With more than 25 years of his-tory, this event is already a popu-lar community attraction and agreat time to enjoy all the boun-ties of the fall season.The Harvest Fest has severalnew and exciting additionsplanned, including an expanded juried craft show, an interactivekids corner, and a variety of foodand entertainment vendors, anECF release said.According to Student, morethan 60 craft vendors, “substan-tially more than last year,” will bein attendance, lining one side of Main Street.“We’ve definitely taken an em-
 please see
HARVEST, page 4
 
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THE MARLTON SUN — OCTOBER 2–8, 2013
103 Montpelier Court
RECENTLY SOLD HOMES
Sold:
$425,000
Real estate tax:
$11,535 / 2012
Approximate Square Footage:
2,640This two-story contemporary home hasfour bedrooms and three full and one halfbathrooms. It features a full finished base-ment, two fireplaces (one marble, onestone), an in-ground pool, two-car garageand enclosed wrap-around porch.
36 Country Squire Lane
Sold:
$370,000
Real estate tax:
$10,758 / 2012
Approximate Square Footage:
2,662A two-story traditional home with fourbedrooms and two full and one half bath-rooms features an open concept floorplan with a wood-burning fireplace,fenced backyard, full basement, two-cargarage and main floor laundry room.

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