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Food drive
Nurses team up to host drive
for hurricane victims. PAGE 2
Seneca student
takes lead role
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Tabernacle Sun
Dreaming of becoming a Sugar
Plum Fairy in the ballet “The
Nutcracker” is a pastime for girls
around the holidays. For Danielle
Cesanek, it’s now a reality.
The 16-year-old Seneca High
School junior has been dancing
for the past 13 years, and will be a
lead the as the Sugar Plum Fairy
in this year’s production of the
“The Nutcracker” at the South
Jersey Ballet Company.
“I played a different lead in the
spring show, which is a smaller
production,” said Cesanek. “This
is my first time as a Sugar Plum
Fairy. It’s a different, larger role.”
The show will run three days,
Dec. 14-16 at the Voorhees Middle
School, and demands a lot of
practice from the performers.
“It depends on the day, but nor-
mally we practice for 12 to 16
hours a week,” said Cesanek.
Additionally, on Sundays, Ce-
sanek helps out with the younger
children’s rehearsals.
As a child, Cesanek would
watch the South Jersey Ballet
Company’s performance of the
“The Nutcracker,” and is now ex-
cited to take over the leading role.
“I think the Sugar Plum
Fairies are what every girl
dreams about,” said Cesanek.
“You have to have a certain ele-
gance about yourself, and you
need to be sweet.”
“The Nutcracker” tells the
story of a girl, Clara, whose par-
ents host a Christmas party.
Clara’s uncle gives her a nut-
cracker as a gift, and when the
party winds down, Clara sneaks
to see her nutcracker behind the
tree.
According to The Nutcracker-
ballet.net, as the clock strikes
midnight strange things begin to
Special to The Sun
Danielle Cesanek, 16, of Seneca High School, poses with a fellow cast member of the South Jersey Ballet
Company’s production of ‘The Nutcracker.’ Cesanek will play the Sugar Plum Fairy in the production run-
ning Dec. 14-16 at Voorhees Middle School located at 1000 Holly Oak Drive in Voorhees. Admission is $18
for adults, $15 for seniors and $12 for children.
MORE INFORMATION
The “The Nutcracker” will
run Dec. 14 at 7:30 p.m., two
shows on Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. and
4:30 p.m. and Dec. 16 at 2:30
p.m. at Voorhees Middle
School located at 1000 Holly
Oak Drive in Voorhees.
Admission is $18 for adults,
$15 for seniors and $12 for
children.
For more information on the
South Jersey Ballet Company
and to order tickets, visit their
website at www.southjersey-
ballet.com or call (856) 767-
7060.
please see CESANEK, page 9
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Tabernacle Sun
Local nurse practitioner Debby
Torres saw firsthand the devasta-
tion of Hurricane Sandy while
working in Egg Harbor Town-
ship, inspiring her to organize a
food drive to help those in need.
“I work in Galloway one day a
week and I saw the need down
there,” said Torres. “People were
homeless and in need of help.”
The powerful nature of the un-
precedented storm resulted in the
destruction of homes, displacing
families, and putting a strain on
area food banks.
Witnessing the need for help
firsthand motivated Torres. She
felt the only way to make a differ-
ence was to put together a food
drive.
“It was such a spur-of-the-mo-
ment drive. There is such a need
for so many things,” said Torres.
Torres enlisted the help of fel-
low nurse Colleen Dayton; a
friend who helped put together
fliers. The women placed them in
the mailboxes of Shamong and
Tabernacle residents.
A week following the delivery
of the flier, the women went
around collecting the items peo-
ple had donated.
The women asked for non-per-
ishable food items, formula, dia-
pers and products for babies,
cleaning supplies, paper products
and toiletries.
Once the items were collected,
the women made the trip to At-
lantic County and delivered the
needed items.
“It was interesting to go to the
food bank in Egg Harbor Town-
ship. It was amazing to see how
organized everything was,” said
Torres. “A lot of people working
there were volunteers or dis-
abled.”
The food bank weighed the do-
nated items and determined the
collection accrued 600 pounds.
“It was shocking to me,” said
Torres. “It was great we collected
so much. I just wasn’t thinking of
it in terms of pounds.”
Additionally, the women
amassed 10 bags of clothes, an ar-
ticle not included on the list.
“It was unexpected, but still
needed,” said Torres.
The bags of clothing were de-
livered to Shawnee Baptist
Church in Shamong.
Torres couldn’t be happier
with the food drive and the gener-
ous nature of her friends and
neighbors.
“It was an impromptu project,”
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but still feel at the end of the holi-
day season that something was
missing that all the parties, shop-
ping, gifts and food didn’t satisfy.
It’s designed to offer a good
time for the family, singing some
of the favorite carols we all hum
along with in the stores, but this
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It’s a chance to bring the kids
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Sun has a couple of special
editions planned.
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will be a look back at the major stories
and issues of 2012. We’ll recap the year
through stories and photos.
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Jan. 2. It will be a look ahead to 2013,
and it’s where we invite you to help us
with our coverage.
Our associate editors are lining up
interviews with local leaders, such as
mayors and school superintendents.
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The storm’s impact will be felt well
into 2013 and, in some places, even
longer.
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Burlington County residents
and businesses are invited to par-
ticipate in the 20th Annual
Wreaths Across America ceremo-
ny at Beverly National Cemetery
on Saturday, Dec. 15 at noon.
The event again will be spon-
sored by the N.J. Wing of the U.S.
Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Pa-
trol and the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet
Corps, and supported by
the Burlington County Freehold-
ers.
One wreath for each branch of
service will be donated by the
Worcester Wreath Company of
Maine to remember all soldiers,
sailors, airmen, and marines who
served their nation in the Army,
Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast
Guard, Merchant Marines, and
POW/MIA will be placed during a
remembrance ceremony that will
be coordinated simultaneously at
more than 500 participating loca-
tions in all 50 states and beyond,
including Arlington VA National
Cemetery.
Wreath-laying ceremonies will
be held concurrently at those lo-
cations at noon Dec. 15 to honor
the nation’s veterans who no
longer have loved ones or whose
families are too far away to deco-
rate their graves during the holi-
days.
For the seventh consecutive
year, a remembrance ceremony
will be held at the flagpole at the
entrance to Beverly National
Cemetery. Beverly in Edgewater
Park and Brigadier General
William C. Doyle Cemetery in
North Hanover are two of 19 loca-
tions in New Jersey to participate
this year.
Sponsorships, individual, fami-
ly or business, are available for
$15 each through www.wreath-
sacrossamerica.org. The public
can purchase wreaths and desig-
nate a site for them to be placed.
The Wreaths Across America
remembrance ceremonies began
in 1992 when Worcester Wreath
Company in Maine donated 5,000
wreaths to be placed at head-
stones in Arlington. Now, Worces-
ter donates the seven wreaths for
each participating location. Indi-
vidual and business donations
provide the remainder of the
wreaths and will be placed at
gravesites by volunteers on Dec.
15.
Volunteer trucking companies
will begin the trip of more than
800 miles on Sunday, Dec. 9 from
Quoddy Head State Park in
Lubec, ME to the National Ceme-
tery at Arlington.
Escorted by the Patriot Guard
Riders, the caravan of more than
50 long-haul tractor-trailers will
wind through nine states and
make various stops for remem-
brance and teaching opportuni-
ties.
The caravan is scheduled to ar-
rive at the NJ Vietnam War Me-
morial in Holmdel on Wednesday,
Dec. 12 and arrive at the USS Bat-
tleship New Jersey in Camden on
Thursday, Dec. 13 at 8:30 a.m.
Residents can lay wreaths at cemetery
This holiday season, the
Burlington County Health De-
partment is sharing tips that
can take one worry off your
plate: food-borne illness.
Food safety is important and
around the holidays, mistakes
in the kitchen can lead to food-
borne illness.
The U.S. Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention esti-
mates that one in six Ameri-
cans have food-borne illness an-
nually, leading to approximate-
ly 128,000 hospitalizations and
3,000 deaths each year. Holiday
turkey meals have been linked
to outbreaks of bacterial dis-
eases caused by Salmonella and
E. coli.
Here are some tips to prepare
for your holiday event:
Clean: Wash hands and food-
contact surfaces often. Bacteria
can spread throughout the
kitchen and get onto cutting
boards, knives, sponges and
counter tops.
Separate: Don't cross-contam-
inate. Don't let bacteria spread
from one food product to anoth-
er. This is especially true for
raw meat, poultry and seafood.
Keep these foods and their
juices away from ready-to-eat
foods.
Cook: Cook to proper temper-
atures. Foods are properly
cooked when they are heated
for a long enough time and at a
high enough temperature to kill
the harmful bacteria that cause
food-borne illness.
Chill: Refrigerate promptly.
Public health officials advise
consumers to refrigerate foods
quickly because cold tempera-
tures keep most harmful bacte-
ria from growing and multiply-
ing. Refrigerators should be set
at 40 degrees F and the freezer
at 0 degrees F, and the accuracy
of the settings should be
checked occasionally with a
thermometer.
For more information about
food safety visit www.co.
burlington.nj.us/Pages/pages.a
spx?cid=434.
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It’s amazing, they donated 600
pounds of food.”
Torres is planning to do anoth-
er food drive to benefit the mis-
placed pets and animals due to
Hurricane Sandy.
Currently, Torres is looking
into shelters hosting the animals
and organizing a list of needed
items. There is no timeline on
when the drive will begin.
“They’re in need too, a lot of
these places need food and other
items,” said Torres.
WEDNESDAY DEC. 12
Pinelands Young at Heart Seniors
Club: At the Tabernacle Squad
Building on Hawkin Road. Begins
at noon call (609) 268-0624 for
more information.
THURSDAY DEC. 13
Magic Comedy Show: 7 p.m. at
Pinelands Library. Join magician,
Jeff Carson, for a combination of
magic, comedy, juggling, a little
puppetry and tons of audience
participation! All ages welcome.
Register online or call (609) 654-
6113.
SATURDAY DEC. 15
Hazardous Waste Drop-Off: 9 a.m.
to noon in Shamong Township,
105 Willow Grove Road. For more
information, call (609) 268-2377
or visit www.shamong.net.
MONDAY DEC. 17
Indian Mills Historical Society
meeting: 7:30 p.m. in Shamong
Municipal Building, 105 Willow
Grove Rd. Features guest speaker.
All are welcome. Refreshments
served. For more information vis-
it mysite.verizon.net/vzet2t12/
imhs/index.html.
TUESDAY DEC. 18
Lego Club: Ages 7 to 12. 4 p.m. at
Pinelands Library. Join the Lego
Club for creativity and imagina-
tion in action. Kids can work indi-
vidually or in teams to create this
month’s challenge. The theme
will be revealed at the Lego Club
session. Please do not bring
Legos from home. Snacks may be
served. Register online or call
(609) 654-6113.
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happen. Clara begins shrinking,
as her Christmas tree grows
above her. The toys around the
tree come to life while the room
fills with an army of mice, led by
the Mouse King. As the Nutcrack-
er awakens, he leads his army of
toy soldiers into battle with the
mice. The Mouse King corners
the Nutcracker and battles him
one-on-one.
The Nutcracker and his army
can go on no longer, and are cap-
tured by the mice and their king.
Clara makes a final daring charge
throwing her slipper at the Mouse
King, hitting him on the head.
The Mouse King drops to the floor
and the mice run away, carrying
off their leader's lifeless body.
The Nutcracker then trans-
forms into a prince and takes
Clara on a journey to the Land of
Snow, an enchanted forest won-
derland where they are welcomed
by dancing snowflakes.
The prince then escorts Clara
to the Land of Sweets, where the
Sugar Plum Fairy greets Clara
and the prince. The prince tells
her about their daring battle with
the army of mice, and she re-
wards them with a celebration of
dances.
“I think the ‘The Nutcracker’ is
different. It’s special because we
do it every year, and you play the
same story but get new roles to
dance in it,” said Cesanek.
Cesanek will dance a total of
eight minutes, including a four-
minute solo.
“It’s fun. I love trying new
things,” said Cesanek. “It’s a lot of
work, but at the end, you realize
you want to go back and do it all
over again.”
Following the performance, au-
dience members will be able to
meet with the cast and see what it
is like backstage, according to Ce-
sanek.
“I always say it wouldn’t be
Christmas without the ‘The Nut-
cracker,’” said Cesanek.
CESANEK
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Cesanek has four-minute solo
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