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Dog park incident
Dog attacked, dies from
injuries. PAGE 3
KRISTEN DOWD/The Voorhees Sun
Bill and Ami Tabares watch their daughters fly down a hill at John Connolly Memorial Park on Saturday, Feb. 9. The Cherry Hill family
was out enjoying the few inches of snow that fell around the region.
Fun in the snow
Township
to adopt
Highlands
By KRISTINA SCALA
The Voorhees Sun
Hurricane Sandy left many res-
idents without homes and ap-
proximately 2 million people
without power. While Voorhees
was left relatively unscathed, oth-
ers were not so lucky.
On Monday, Feb. 11, committee
members approved a resolution
to adopt Highlands, N.J. a Mon-
mouth County shore town deeply
affected by Sandy.
According to township manag-
er Larry Spellman, Committee-
man Michael Friedman brought
up the idea to adopt Highlands be-
fore the meeting. Friedman said
Voorhees resident Pamela Brown
presented the idea to him the
morning of the meeting.
It moved quick, he said,
adding that Brown, like himself,
is originally from Monmouth
County.
She told me what devastation
the Highlands have been
through, Friedman said. Ap-
proximately 1,300 out of 1,500
homes were completely destroyed
or are deemed unlivable, he said.
After Sandy, the Highlands
please see COMMITTEE, page 14
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By KRISTINA SCALA
The Voorhees Sun
Wendy Leung has frequently
taken her Yorkshire terrier,
Maido, to John Connolly Dog
Park since she adopted him seven
months ago.
I have been going to John Con-
nolly Park since August 2012
when I adopted Maido, Leung
said.
Leung made her usual trip to
the dog park on Sunday, Feb. 10,
around noon. But within a matter
of minutes, Maido was attacked
by another dog and died on the
way to the animal hospital.
Leung said the dogs were off
their leashes at the time, but the
owners of the dog that attacked
Maido did not leave any contact
information.
The owners of the dog have
not surfaced, she said.
It was difficult for Leung to de-
scribe the incident. Leungs
cousin, Cathy Yau, said Maido
usually plays on the dog park side
with the bigger dogs.
According to Erica Buchholz,
she and her boyfriend were at the
park with their dog. A grey and
white pit bull arrived with its
owners 10 minutes after Buch-
holz.
A few seconds after, Wendy
came in with Maido. The pit bull
turned and grabbed Maido's
whole midsection in his mouth,
she said in an email.
She said the pit bulls owners
were screaming and yelling at
their dog. The dog would not let
go of Maido, she said.
My boyfriend ran over and
Special to The Sun
Wendy Leungs dog Maido, shown
here, died from an attack at
John Connolly Dog Park.
Owner: Dog attacked at park
Wendy Leung whose dog died from its injuries wants
others to be aware of incident so it does not happen again
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tually, he let go but then turned
and grabbed Maido on the neck.
My boyfriend choked the pit bull
again and he let go, she said,
adding Leung was trying to pry
open the pit bulls mouth with her
hands.
She had bite marks on her
hand, Buchholz said.
She wanted to save her baby,
Yau said.
After the pit bull released
Maido, Buchholz drove Leung
and her dog to the Red Bank Vet-
erinary Hospital in Cherry Hill.
Maido was alive up until a few
minutes from the hospital. We
went in and he was pronounced
dead, Buchholz said. The vet
said even if we got there on time
he wouldnt have made it.
A police report was filed and
animal control was notified after
the incident.
Leung and her family are also
posting fliers around the area to
inform others about the incident,
to try to prevent it from happen-
ing again.
We want people to know and
understand that accidents like
this can be avoided, Yau said.
Yau recently adopted her pit
bull, Walter. She said pit bulls
have naturally strong prey drives.
People will adopt pets because
they think they are doing some-
thing good, but they fail to do the
proper research and training for
their pets. Dog owners must be re-
sponsible and test their pets in
private with one or two other
dogs before going anywhere near
a dog park, she said, adding it is
a dog owners responsibility to
curb that instinct and train
them to be submissive and in con-
trol in public.
Leung wants the public to be
aware of the incident.
I most definitely would like to
prevent this from ever occurring
again, Leung said.
Just know that my heart is in
pain, and he was taken away from
me too soon, she said.
DOG
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Special to The Sun
On Jan. 25, the Voorhees Business Associa-
tion held a fundraising event, Voorhees
Bowling for the Arts, to raise money for the
Theater Upgrade Project at Voorhees Middle
School. It was a collaboration between the
Voorhees business community and civic and
educational segments of Voorhees Township.
More than 200 people attended despite a
very snowy night, raising $5,000. RIGHT:
Voorhees Middle School Drama Club Director
Leta Strain, left, is pictured with Township
Committeeman Michael Friedman. ABOVE:
VBA Board Member Marty Long from Car-
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County.
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Our Voorhees community has been very
active in the beginning of 2013.
On Jan. 14, local elected officials gath-
ered at Virtua Medical Campus to cele-
brate Teen Cancer Awareness Week and
honor the great work of the Alicia Rose
Victorious Foundation for improving the
quality of life of teens with life-threaten-
ing illnesses.
On the morning of Jan. 15, I attended
the Voorhees Township Public Schools Key
Communicators Roundtable. It is a discus-
sion of key opinion leaders in our commu-
nity who identify public opinion about the
schools and pass along accurate informa-
tion about the schools to the community.
We discussed the very important topic of
school safety and security. That same after-
noon, I attended a roundtable led by Sen.
Jim Beach involving area mayors and po-
lice departments to discuss specific ways
to improve and fund the safety of our
schools.
On Jan. 16, I was
honored to be the
guest speaker at
the Voorhees Busi-
ness Associations
monthly meeting
to discuss the state
of Voorhees busi-
ness. The VBA pro-
vides networking
opportunities for
businesspersons in
and around
Voorhees. The VBA
is an important
and vibrant part
of our community
and supports
many worthy
causes. Later in
the day, I was pleased to be part of the
grand opening of the Power-Back Genesis
Rehabilitation facility on Route 73. It is a
beautiful state-of-the-art complex that
brings many new jobs to Voorhees.
The following evening, I was happy to be
part of the fourth annual Voorhees Break-
fast Rotary Club Community Awards Din-
ner honoring Leta Strain as the 2012
Voorhees Citizen of the Year, Dr. Joseph
Perno as the 2012 Voorhees Business Per-
son of the Year and Heidi Cullen as the
2012 Voorhees First Responder of the Year.
The Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club has
worked passionately and tirelessly since
its inception in 2002 for the betterment of
the Voorhees community.
On Jan. 21, I helped welcome Mommas
Home Made to Voorhees. It is a family-
owned business specializing in delicious
soul food and famous applesauce.
On the evening of Jan. 25, I had a great
time at the Voorhees Business Associa-
tions Voorhees Bowling for the Arts. More
Active start to 2013 in Voorhees community
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MAYORS MESSAGE
I
f you sit on a school board or mu-
nicipal governing body, youre en-
tering the part of the year that
probably causes you the most
headaches. Its budget time. Its time to
do the impossible: provide outstanding
service for little or no money.
A few years ago, Gov. Christie made
headlines and more than a few ene-
mies when he slashed state funding
and eventually added a 2 percent cap
on tax hikes.
Since then, at least some of the
money has returned. Later this month,
the governor will release state funding
figures for this year.
But its safe to say that no district or
town will find itself rolling in dough.
Governing bodies will continue to face
decisions that involve reducing or
holding the line on services and/or
raising taxes.
One bright spot some would say
the only bright spot to come of this is
that many governing bodies these days
have made the budget process open to
the public. Transparent is the watch-
word today.
Its a smart move to involve the pub-
lic everyone from those who want to
cut taxes to the bone to those who
would like to see expanded services.
When the public is invited in, they
not only see the difficult choices lead-
ers have to make, but they also feel like
they have a voice. Leaders are listening
to them. Their input is valued. While
not everyone will be happy with every
decision, at least there is a sense of in-
clusion and ownership of the
process.
We encourage everyone to get in-
volved with their local budget process-
es this year. In most instances, there
will be hearings. Items will be posted
online. Its easy to offer your sugges-
tions to the people who eventually will
make the final decision.
And, chances are, your feedback will
be appreciated.
in our opinion
Budget time
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the time to make your voice heard. Its
budget season, and most local govern-
ing bodies have ways to involve the
public in the decision-making process.
So speak up before the final votes are
counted.
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than 200 people attended to raise


money for improvements at the
Voorhees Middle School Theater.
It was another great job by our
VBA. On the same evening, the
Camden County Freeholders
awarded Freedom Medals to
Voorhees residents Roland de
Castro and Hannah Oh.
The following day, the new Ver-
izon Wireless store on the corner
of Route 73 and Cooper Road held
its grand opening. That evening, I
attended the Pakistani American
Society of South Jersey New Year
Celebration at the Royal Palace in
Voorhees. I am so proud to be the
mayor of such a diverse commu-
nity.
At the Township Committee
meeting on Jan. 28, I was honored
to swear in five new officers of
the Voorhees Township Police De-
partment. We welcomed Michael
Perez, Anthony Lynn, Kevin
Branagan, Richard Graham III
and Bryan Foster to our police
force.
On the evening of Jan. 29, I en-
joyed spending time with
Voorhees Cub Scout Pack 127 at
Signal Hill School. We had a great
discussion about our community
and I fielded many interesting
questions. Like my dad always
said, Out of the mouths of
babes.
On the evening of Feb. 26, I was
privileged to be part of the Cam-
den County Medical Society Gold-
en Merit Awards Dinner at The
Mansion in Voorhees. Dr. Daniel
Colombi, Fred Dorey, Frank
Petrovich and Ashokkumar Patel
were honored for 50 years of prac-
ticing medicine.
On the evening of Feb. 8, I was
honored to be sworn in as the sec-
ond vice president of the Camden
County Mayors Association by
Sen. Donald Norcross. The CCMA
meets monthly to allow area may-
ors to share information and dis-
cuss common issues and con-
cerns.
POLICE
Continued from page 6
Police officers sworn in
WEDNESDAY FEB. 20
Crochet and Knit Club: Ages 10 and
older. 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at
Voorhees Branch Library. Bring
your latest project and make new
friends while knitting and cro-
cheting together.
Boy Scout Troop No. 48 meeting:
Behind Holy Communion Luther-
an Church, Route 73. Boys ages
10 to 18. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Questions,
visit www.troop48berlin.org.
Ashland Church Choirs: Wee Wor-
ship Bell Choir for age 4 at 6:30
p.m. Kids Worship Choir for grade
three at 6:30 p.m. Youth Worship
Choir for grades six and above at
6 p.m. 33 East Evesham Road,
Voorhees. Call 429-8844 or visit
www.AshlandChurch.org for
information.
Kresson Bible Church Prayer and
Bible Study: 7 to 8 p.m. 329
Kresson-Gibbsboro Road,
Voorhees.
Open Door Alliance Church Prayer
Meeting: 7 p.m. 904 Cooper
Road, Voorhees. For more infor-
mation visit
www.rediscovergod.org.
Ashland Church Kids Activities:
Preschool to grade four. 6:30 p.m.
33 East Evesham Road. Call 429-
8844 or visit www.Ashland-
Church.org for information.
FougCrew: Grades five and six. 7 to
8:30 p.m. at Ashland Church, 33
East Evesham Road. Call 429-
8844 or visit www.Ashland-
Church.org for information.
Ashland Church Youth Bible
Study: 7 p.m. Junior high and
high schoolers. 33 East Evesham
Road. Call 429-8844 or visit
www.AshlandChurch.org for
information.
Exercise Class for Active Seniors:
8:30 to 10 a.m. every Wednesday.
Led by Fox Rehabilitation exer-
cise physiologist at Fox Rehabili-
tation, 7 Carnegie Plaza, Cherry
Hill. Call (877) 407-3422, ext.
5795 for more information and to
register.
THURSDAY FEB. 21
Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club:
7:15 a.m. at Short Hills Deli &
Restaurant, 486 East Evesham
Road, No. 103, Cherry Hill. For
more information visit
www.voorheesbreakfastrotary.or
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Overeaters Anonymous: 10 to 11
a.m. at Hope United Church, 700
Cooper Road. Call 609-239-0022
or visit www.southjerseyoa.org.
Body After Baby: 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. at
1011 Main Street Promenade. Use
a combination of pilates and yoga
to strengthen, increase flexibility
and tighten. Cost is $60 for six
weeks. Registration required. For
more information visit
www.events.cooperhealth.org.
Free Exercise Class for Active Sen-
iors: 2 to 3 p.m. every Thursday.
Led by Fox Rehabilitation exercise
physiologist at Emeritus at
Voorhees. Call (877) 407-3422 for
more information and to register.
FRIDAY FEB. 22
American Girl Sew: Ages 7 to 12.
6:30 to 8 p.m. at Voorhees
Branch Library. Sew your Ameri-
can Girl doll or 18-inch doll an
outfit. Each child must be accom-
panied by an adult to help with
the bathing suit project. Supplies
needed: yard fabric, package of
double fold bias tape (wide if
inexperience; narrow otherwise)
and sewing supplies. Registration
required.
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ing $5.7 million for sidewalk, in-
tersection, crosswalk and other
improvements to help children
remain safe as they walk or ride
bicycles to and from school.
These grants are among hun-
dreds distributed by this adminis-
tration every year to help local
and county governments advance
essential projects without bur-
dening local property taxpayers,
said NJDOT Commissioner
James Simpson. Local Aid
grants are funneling $380 million
in state and federal funds to sup-
port worthy local projects and
planning initiatives in the cur-
rent fiscal year.
The Local Aid Infrastructure
Fund generally supports unantic-
ipated expenses, and this round of
grants includes funding that will
supplement Federal Emergency
Management Administration
grants related to damage caused
by Hurricane Irene in 2012.
The safe routes to school
grants are awarded on a competi-
tive basis. The announcement of
the 25 grants will be provided to
the recipients as their projects ad-
vance.
Voorhees receives school
safety grant from state
Visit us online at www.voorheessun.com.
Unofficial results from Satur-
dayss Voorhees Fire Commission
election saw Vaughn Vandegrift
with 448 votes and Gerard Slack
with 441, according to officials.
Also, the budget received 479
yes votes to 337 no votes.
Visit www.voorheessun.com
for further information.
Results show narrow win for
Vandegrift in fire commission race
FEB. 20-26, 2013 THE VOORHEES SUN 11
Imagine watching your loved one regain an
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in a friendly, encouraging environment. A little
help can make an enormous difference with
activities of daily living such as bathing and
dressing. Call to schedule a get acquainted
visit, or tour our website today and discover
how we provide our residents with the highest
standards of Personalized Assisted Living.
discuss township and government
issues with their committeeman.
All are welcome.
Babies Playgroup: Ages infant to 18
months. 10 to 11 a.m. at Voorhees
Branch Library. Registration
required. Call 772-1636.
Toddlers Playgroup: Ages 18 to 36
months. 11 a.m. to noon at
Voorhees Branch Library. Regis-
tration required. Call 772-1636.
Congregation Beth El: Shabbat
service at 6 p.m. based on tradi-
tional liturgy and infused with
spirit by upbeat melodies and
camaraderie. 8000 Main St.,
Voorhees.
Hands & Foot Card Game for Sen-
ior Citizens: 1:30 p.m. in room A
or C on the third floor, Voorhees
Branch Library, 203 Laurel Road.
Questions, call Jeanne McCabe at
(856) 784-4676.
SATURDAY FEB. 23
Mommy and Baby Yoga: 9 to 10
a.m. at The Ripa Center for
Women, 1011 Main Street Prome-
nade. Total body, mind and spiri-
tual experience for both mom
and baby! Focus on breathing
techniques and asanas (postures)
for mom. For beginners to
advanced. Babies from age 6
weeks to 6 months. Women must
be six weeks postpartum and
have physician approval. Cost is
$60 for six weeks. For more infor-
mation visit www.events.cooper-
health.org.
Congregation Beth El: Shabbat
service from 9 a.m. to noon,
including a wide variety of other
services throughout the morning.
8000 Main St., Voorhees.
SUNDAY FEB. 24
Ashland Church: Sunday summer
service at 10 a.m. with full chil-
drens programs through Sept. 2.
Sunday school for all ages at 9
a.m. Childcare and children serv-
ices available. 33 East Evesham
Road, Voorhees.
Community Gospel Chapel: Wor-
ship at 9:30 a.m. Refreshments
and fellowship at 10:30 a.m. Sun-
day school at 10:45 a.m. Bible
hour at 11 a.m. Bible ministry
meeting at noon. 20 Bergen Ave.,
Voorhees.
Heritage Church: Worship service
at 10 a.m. Fellowship following
service. 110 Kresson-Gibbsboro
Road., Voorhees.
Hope United Methodist Church:
Worship services at 9 and 10:30
a.m. Kids Konnect at 9 and 10:30
a.m. Sunday morning prayer
group at 8 a.m. Sojourn worship
experience at 10:30 a.m. 700
Cooper Road, Voorhees.
Kresson Bible Church: Morning
worship from 11 a.m. to noon. Sun-
day school from 9:30 to 10:30
a.m. 329 Kresson-Gibbsboro
Road, Voorhees.
Open Door Alliance Church: Sun-
day school begins at 9:30 a.m.
Worship begins at 10:45 a.m. 904
Cooper Road, Voorhees.
MONDAY FEB. 25
LLS Multiple Myeloma Support
Group: 10 to 11:30 a.m. at 900
Centennial Blvd., Building One,
Suite L. Share experiences and
knowledge about myeloma diag-
nosis, symptoms, markers, treat-
ments, side effects, clinical trials,
quality of life and more. To regis-
ter and for more information, call
Colleen Thornton at (888) 920-
8557, ext. 5861.
Voorhees Toastmasters meeting:
7:30 p.m. at Heritage Church, 110
Kresson-Gibbsboro Road. Visit
voorhees.toastmastersclubs.org
for more information.
Exercise Class for Active Seniors:
8:30 to 10 a.m. every Monday.
Led by Fox Rehabilitation exer-
cise physiologist at Fox Rehabili-
tation, 7 Carnegie Plaza, Cherry
Hill. Call (877) 407-3422, ext.
5795 for more information and to
register.
Breastfeeding Support Group: 5:30
to 6:30 p.m. at The Ripa Center
for Women, 1011 Main Street
Promenade. Join other breast-
feeding mothers for fellowship
and support at this informal
weekly meeting. Professionals on
hand to offer advice and answer
questions. Free, but registration
required at www.events.cooper-
health.org.
TUESDAY FEB. 26
The Serial Reader: 7 to 8 p.m. at
Voorhees Branch Library. Discuss
A Cold Night for Alligators by
Nick Crowe. Registration
required.
Voorhees-Gibbsboro Rotary Club
meeting: Filomena's Restaurant,
Berlin. 7 to 8:30 p.m.For more
information call (856) 534-3384.
Senior Citizen Club Social: 11:30 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at Lions Lake Park Ban-
quet Facility, 101 Dutchtown Road.
For more information call (856)
429-4703.
Free Exercise Class for Active
Seniors: 2 to 3 p.m. every Tues-
day. Led by Fox Rehabilitation
exercise physiologist at Emeritus
at Voorhees. Call (877) 407-3422
for more information and to reg-
ister.
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FEB. 20-26, 2013 THE VOORHEES SUN 13
Widener University School of
Law Dean Linda L. Ammons an-
nounced the fall 2012 dean's list of
students for the Delaware cam-
pus. Alexander Taylor, of
Voorhees, was included on the
deans list.
Students named to the list
earned a grade point average in
the top 20 percent of their
class and division for the semes-
ter.
on campus
The Animal Orphanage of
Voorhees is hosting its 25th an-
niversary celebration on Satur-
day, March 16 at 7 p.m. at The
Mansion of Voorhees located at
3000 Main Street.
Tickets are $125 and include
dinner and an open bar. Purchase
tickets online or for more infor-
mation visit www.theanimalor-
phanage.org.
The Animal Orphanage
to celebrate anniversary
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Special to The Sun
Tutoring Club of Cherry Hill/Voorhees held full-length practice SAT and ACT exams on Sunday, Jan.
13, as a fundraiser benefiting Eastern Project Graduation. The cost for each student was $35. The
total amount raised was $800. Pictured are Eastern School Board member Elana Chow, left, East-
ern Project Graduation Chair Nancy Farmer, Tutoring Club owner Alan Cohen and BGV Municipal Al-
liance Committee members Constance Cotton, Cindy Weiner, Robin Middleton and Stephanie Fisher.
Tutoring Club donates to Easterns Project Graduation
14 THE VOORHEES SUN FEB. 20-26, 2013
community started a Facebook
page showing the devastation and
cleanup efforts. Hope for the
Highlands a non-profit organi-
zation devoted to the relief of
the needy and/or displaced and
the general recovery of the town
of Highlands, NJ was also cre-
ated to aid residents, businesses
and the community infrastruc-
ture, according to the organiza-
tions website.
Voorhees residents will be able
to assist Highlands residents
through Hope for the Highlands,
Friedman said.
Friedman said the plan is to
post a list of ways residents can
help out on the Voorhees Town-
ships Facebook page and on the
townships website.
The township will collect cer-
tain items and will store them in
one of the township buildings be-
fore driving the items to High-
lands, he said.
He said Brown is planning to
reach out to Voorhees schools to
gather more items for the dona-
tion drive.
It will really raise awareness
here. We will be able to take them
under our wings. We are all New
Jerseyans. It will do wonders for
our souls here in Voorhees, he
said.
The initial impact of Sandy
was devastating, but Friedman
said the idea behind adopting
Highlands is to not only aid it in
its time of need, but to show
Voorhees residents the aftermath
of Sandy is just as ruthless now
as it was a few months ago.
I dont think a lot of people re-
alize the true devastation. This
isnt over for those folks who were
as hard hit, Friedman said.
Other meeting news
The Committee approved a de-
crease in tax collection rates at
the meeting. The tax collection
rate is now set at 98.52 percent in
calculating the budget appropria-
tion reserve for uncollected taxes
in the 2013 budget.
Spellman said the township
wouldnt be able to tell if the
change will affect Voorhees resi-
dents until the 2013 budget is
adopted.
We wont know what that
means for the taxpayers until we
adopt a budget, he said.
The Committee approved a
shared services agreement with
the Voorhees school district, al-
lowing armed officers to be sta-
tioned at every school, and the
township can now take the next
step and hire officers, Spellman
said.
Committee members also ap-
proved a contract with a collec-
tion agency, Penn Credit Corpora-
tion, for the private collection of
municipal court debt.
Spellman said since the state
changed the law last year, the
township is allowed to use a col-
lection agency to collect court
debt.
He said before the change, the
township was only allowed to
send notifications. Now the town-
ship hired a company to collect
court debt.
Hopefully we will see some
revenue come in this year, Spell-
man said. Some of our debt goes
back 10 years.
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