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Cherry Hill 0507

Cherry Hill 0507

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www.cherryhillsun.com
MAY 7-MAY 13, 2014
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Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 22-27Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Police Report . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Drive safely
Police planning sobrietycheckpoint May 9-11.
PAGE 12
Cherry Hill’s annual Earth Festival
MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun
Local businesses, nonprofit organi-zations and residents converged onCroft Farm on April 26 for CherryHill’s annual Earth Festival. About90 vendors attended the event,which included the Art Blooms ju-ried art exhibit, entertainment andfood. LEFT: The Rutgers MasterGardeners were on hand tradingsome of their potted plants. Most ofthe plants were homegrown by localgardeners. Anyone who came to thefestival with their own plant wasable to trade it for a plant at thetent.
BOEapprovesbudgettax hike
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Cherry Hill residents will bepaying more on their local schooltax bill after the Board of Educa-tion adopted the school district’s2014-15 budget at last week’s meet-ing. The board unanimously passeda budget with a 2 percent tax hike.The average Cherry Hill home-owner with an assessed home of $223,500 will see their school taxesgo up $87. The adopted budgetwas unchanged from when it wasintroduced in March. The district was able to avoidprogram cuts and layoffs thisyear despite receiving just $12.9million in state aid. Board mem-ber Colleen Horiates said it wasremarkable the district was ableto build the budget with a 2 per-cent tax cap and a lack of statefunding. Assistant superintendentJames Devereaux said the dis-
 please see
SATURDAY, page 17
Juried artexhibit ondisplay
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Outside, the Croft Farm ArtsCenter is surrounded by a burstof color in the blooming flowersand budding trees. The center has also seen asplash of color inside as it hostsits annual juried art exhibit, thecentral event in Cherry Hill’s on-going Art Blooms festival. Last week’s Earth Festivalserved as the kick off for CherryHill’s Art Blooms series and the
JURIED ART EXHIBITWINNERS
First Place:
“Starla Bee” byJocelynn Tice
Second Place:
“Floral Series– 1” by Yuxuan Zhen
Third Place:
“Daisies” byRoseann Metrinko
Honorable Mentions:
“Canoeing at Sundown” bySallie Paris, “Landscape” byIsabel Sherman, “Peony’s” byDino Sistelli, “Beach HavenAugust” by Ed Vytal
 please see
JURORS, page 16
 
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The following information wasprovided by the Cherry Hill Po-lice Department. Cherry Hill Police are seekingthe public’s help in identifyingtwo males involved in an armedrobbery at the 7-11 store on Kres-son Road.On April 27 at 3:17 a.m., policeresponded to the 7-11 for the re-port of an armed robbery. Twomales entered the store and con-fronted the clerk. One male held the clerk at gun-point while the second male stolecigarettes from the back storeroom. The suspects also removedmoney from the register and tookcash from the clerk. The males fled on foot towardthe Citgo gas station where theypossibly entered a newer modeldark vehicle that turned ontoKresson Road toward Haddon-field.The police are seeking the pub-lic’s help in identifying the sus-pects from the surveillancevideos. Both males were wearing jeans, hooded sweatshirts andmasks. Anyone with information isasked to call Det. Walto at (856)432-8831.
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