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Chris Raspo recovers a ground ball against two Eastern High School defenders during an April 4 game. Cherokee defeated Eastern 12-
5.
Cherokee defeats Eastern 12-5
Trash
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By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Marlton Sun
Evesham Township trash col-
lection will be reduced from five
to four days a week, according to
Tom Kohl, deputy manager of op-
erations and superintendent of
public works.
The township will eliminate
Friday collection and consolidate
the remaining routes.
Residents scheduled for Mon-
day pick up will be handled on
Tuesday, Tuesday becomes
Wednesday, and Wednesday be-
comes Thursday.
“It’s another way we’re con-
stantly looking to improve things
and services,” Kohl said.
In 2011, the township intro-
duced five new larger, high com-
paction trucks for trash collec-
tion, which have now been run-
ning for more than a year. The
new trucks’ efficiency saved
workers time and inspired the
modification of routes.
The consolidation will save the
township $1,500 in overtime and
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Citizens Police Academy
The Burlington County
Sheriff ’s Department in conjunc-
tion with the Medford Township
Police Department will hold its
annual Senior Citizens Police
Academy on April 18.
The program, which focuses on
safety issues important to sen-
iors, is free of charge.
Those interested in attending
should call the Sheriff ’s Commu-
nity Services Unit at (609) 265-
3788.
“Senior citizens will gain a
wealth of information and knowl-
edge on how they can better pro-
tect themselves from violence, ac-
cidents, and even consumer
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operation costs, in addition to al-
leviating some overtime hours
around Thanksgiving.
Monday and Tuesday will not
be affected during a midweek hol-
iday, and the days before the holi-
day will not be affected either.
Thirteen times a year, the
township runs eight trucks on
holidays instead of the normal
four on weekdays, which has now
been eliminated with the consoli-
dation.
According to Kohl, the public
works building will remain open
six days a week. Bi-weekly recy-
cling will also remain unchanged,
and residents should place their
bins outside as normal.
“Now that there is no need to
worry about sanitation on Friday,
residents can worry about recy-
cling,” Kohl said.
The number of public works
employees will not be reduced
due to the change. Personnel will
now be utilized for leaf and brush
collection, pothole repairs and ad-
ditional needs of the township.
“We’re able to provide addi-
tional services where we may not
have in the past with the available
manpower,” Kohl said.
Bulk trash timelines will re-
main same – the first week of
January, April, July and October
– however it will follow the same
four-day collection schedule.
Currently, there’s no plan for
further township sanitation
changes, but Kohl continues to
look at the need for change.
“Trash collection is a No. 1 core
function of the department. In a
time where many towns are look-
ing to outsource trash collection,
the Evesham Public Works team,
which is management and
the workforce, can and will pro-
vide a great service at a low cost
and will continue to do so,” Kohl
said.
For more information on town-
ship public works, visit twp.eve-
sham.nj.us.
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I
n professional sports, winning is
everything. Winning is the only
thing. Second place is first loser.
As former NFL head coach Herm
Edwards famously said in a post-game
press conference when he was with the
New York Jets: “You play to win the
game. You don’t play to just play it.
That’s the great thing about sports:
You play to win.”
Players, coaches and front office per-
sonnel are paid to produce success on
the field, and they are judged by the
level of that success.
It’s not silly, and it’s not immature.
Professional sports rally cities, rally
countries. They are a source of great
pride and passion, and fans spend
handsome sums to support their
teams.
The more successful the team, the
more passionate the fan base. There-
fore, the more successful the team, the
more money it makes.
Unfortunately, this emphasis on win-
ning at all costs has seeped down to
amateur levels of sport. Collegiate
sports – especially at the highest lev-
els – have become about winning at all
costs, too, because they are big money
generators for universities. The more a
team wins, the more its players and
coaches are profiled, and the more like-
ly those players and coaches will earn
big contracts.
This was never more evident than
last week, when tapes of former Rut-
gers University basketball coach Mike
Rice surfaced, showing Rice – who was
fired last week – throwing balls at play-
ers’ heads, yelling at players and utter-
ing homophobic slurs during prac-
tices, all, apparently, because he want-
ed to win.
Debate has raged over whether colle-
giate athletes are really amateurs any-
more, or whether they should be paid
for their efforts, above and beyond
scholarship money. That debate is for a
different day.
The dangerous part of this story, is
how this culture of winning seeps its
way further down the chain to youth
sports, at high schools, travel teams or
even Little Leagues.
The lure of big money in sports is
hard to ignore even this far down the
ladder, and it’s easy to lose focus on
what sports are really about – building
leaders, fostering a sense of communi-
ty and teamwork, and simply having
fun. So coaches, ADs, administrators
and players, never forget that winning
isn’t everything, winning isn’t the only
thing, and second place isn’t first loser.
in our opinion
Win or die? Let’s be real
Youth coaches, parents and kids: Don’t lose focus on what sports are all about
Just win, baby!
With our society focused on winning
at all costs, how do we send the proper
message to our kids involved in youth
sports? Tell us your thoughts on the
topic.
Spring is a ‘glorious time,’
writer says
Let us wander through the lens of our
new springtime eyes. What a glorious time
it is.
See the daffodils painting the new
growth grown with their sunshine yellow.
Hear the awakening sound of the birds,
greeting and singing their springtime
songs.
Oh winter tries, evens lets loose a fren-
zied last snowfall, but spring it comes
nonetheless. Nothing can hold it back.
That snow can’t even stand for a day on
the ground. The plants all know that the
ground is warming as they begin to send
their shoots upward.
The trees press their buds to fullness, so
close to shining their springtime flower fes-
tival.
This is our springtime, too, as we also
begin to awaken from wintertime sleeping.
Even the word “spring” evokes the verb
“spring.”
And don’t we feel a bit of spring in our
step this time of year?
So let yourself celebrate your inner
springiness. Let it spring forth. Let it shine
like the forsythia, the tulips and the cherry
blossom trees.
Feel this abundance within you. It’s a
time of renewal, like the perennials, which
after being asleep and dormant for many
months, come back, awake and arise.
It is also a time for new beginnings, like
the freshly tilled gardens, prepared and
awaiting our choice seeds to become new
inspirations for the summer.
So please remember today’s spring, and
to make just a little bit of time to gaze out-
side, to smell the air, to look around at the
plants, and trees and the springtime aura
of people.
Let spring time in to you today, because
she is already here, and she’s a beauty.
Christina Dutcher
Since the mid-1990s, Jean Stan-
field has received many awards
and honors from many organiza-
tions, for her work in law enforce-
ment, human relations and many
other community service endeav-
ors.
On Thursday, April 25, the Vol-
unteer Center of Burlington
County will bring her many ac-
complishments into the spotlight
when it presents her with its pres-
tigious Lloyd Ritter Community
Service Award at a dinner being
held in his honor.
“Jean has been the sheriff of
Burlington County for more than
10 years, and that certainly has
sparked her involvement in the
community,” said Kimberly Matt-
son, president of the Volunteer
Center. “But many of her affilia-
tions and honors with and from
charitable and other organiza-
tions precede her elevation to
public office.
“Anyone familiar with Jean’s
work will readily agree she is
most deserving of this honor.”
The Volunteer Center’s award
dinner will be held at 6 p.m. at
Deerwood Country Club, 845
Woodlane Road, Westampton.
Individuals interested in sup-
porting or attending this special
event should contact the center at
(609) 894-9311, Extension 1492.
Tickets are $70.
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WEDNESDAY April 10
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MOMS club: For at-home mothers.
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Preschool storytime: Barnes and
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Call 596-7058 for information.
Overeaters Anonymous: 4:15 p.m.
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Mat Pilates: Gibson House. Targets
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FRIDAY April 12
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Prince of Peace Church. 10 a.m.
Call (609) 239-0022 or visit
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SATURDAY April 13
Celebrating Birth by BirthWorks
of Medford: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Indian Spring Country Club, 115 S.
Elmwood Rd in Marlton. All ages
and family invited to a fun and
educational event with auction,
lunch, short film, yoga, vendors
etc. Pregnant moms and kids
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See birthworks.org or call (609)
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Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Prince of Peace Church. 10 a.m.
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SUNDAY April 14
Sunday Family Movie: Wreck-It
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to the whole arcade where he
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registration not required. Call
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MONDAY April 15
Evesham Township Zoning Board
regular meeting: 7 p.m. to 10
p.m. Evesham Municipal Building
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Practice Your English: 6:30 to 8
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Mt. Laurel
Shamong
Tabernacle
Voorhees
1oin us lor on Cpen House
Noy º, 20T3 lrom 5:00 · Z:00 p.m.
The fourth Annual Ted Ley Me-
morial British Car Gathering will
be held Saturday, April 20 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. in the historic
town of Smithville (rain date:
April 21).
Proceeds from the event will
benefit Samaritan Healthcare &
Hospice of Marlton, the non-prof-
it organization that cared for Ted
during his final illness and for
which his wife, Joan, has volun-
teered for four years.
Ted Ley was a long-time mem-
ber of the British Motor Club of
Southern New Jersey and the
Delaware Valley Jaguar Club.
He was the proud owner of a
rare 1958 MGA Twin Cam and a
black Concours-quality 1964 E-
TYPE Jaguar, which he painstak-
ingly restored.
Ley passed away from Lym-
phoma in February 2010 while re-
ceiving Samaritan's hospice care.
His clubmates organized the
British Car Gathering to honor
his memory and to raise funds for
Samaritan programs and servic-
es.
“As a not-for-profit, we have
never turned away anyone from
our care for an inability to pay
thanks to the generous support of
individuals and groups in our
community,” said Samaritan De-
velopment Director Robin Todd.
The entry fee is $5 per exhibit-
ed car.
"Admission is free for specta-
tors but there will be a free-will
donation jar for those wishing to
support Samaritan's cause," said
British Motor Club Vice Presi-
dent Ed Gaubert.
"Everyone who is active in our
club knew Ted Ley for many
years.
“So when we were deciding to
donate the proceeds of our annu-
al gathering to a charity, there
was no dissension about choosing
Samaritan and making the show
in Ted's honor,” continued
Gaubert.
“Samaritan was a charity in
our own backyard and it had
helped one of our own."
For more information, visit the
club’s website at bmcsnj.org.
For GPS directions to the gath-
ering, use 1 North New York Rd.,
Smithville.
Car gathering slated for April 20
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April 26th
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BRIEFS
Get your coffee
and chat with a cop
Coffee with a Cop will be held
at Panera Bread, 500 Route 73
South at the Promenade Saturday,
April 13 from 8 to 10 a.m.
Enjoy an informal meeting
with Evesham Township Police
officers to voice concerns related
to the neighborhoods you live in.
Stop on by. The coffee is free,
the conversation is priceless.
Evesham Police report
more on DDACTS
Chief Michael Barth and the
Evesham Township Police De-
partment are pleased to report on
the continued integration of Data
Driven Approach to Crime and
Traffic Safety, a crime and traffic
analysis program developed by
the National Highway Traffic and
Safety Administration.
DDACTS integrates location-
based crime and traffic crash
data to determine the most effec-
tive methods for deploying law
enforcement and other resources
with the goal of reducing crime,
crashes, and traffic violations
throughout the township. “With-
out question, our experience has
shown that high-visibility traffic
law enforcement can produce tan-
gible results in terms of crime
and collision mitigation in the
target area,” Barth said.
A 2.2-mile stretch along State
Highways Routes 73 and 70 was
selected for the implementation
of DDACTS.
This area was chosen because
members responded to a stagger-
ing 6,052 motor vehicle crashes,
890 burglaries and 588 shoplifting
investigations over a three-year
period.
The DDACTS zone also experi-
enced a 39 percent decrease in
motor vehicle crashes, 37 percent
decrease in shopliftings, 14 per-
cent decrease in burglaries, and a
23 percent increase in DWI ar-
rests. In addition, 414 arrests
were made in the zone.
Barth is a strong believer that
DDACTS has assisted the depart-
ment in substantial progress in
identifying and monitoring high
concentrated areas of crime and
traffic crashes.
“As an operational model,
DDACTS has proven to be a very
effective methodology for achiev-
ing the overarching goal of im-
proved public safety,” Barth said.
DDACTS is designed to be a
long-term operational approach
to proactive policing. A review of
results and activities in the
DDACTS Zone is performed on a
monthly basis during department
staff meetings.
Historical Society to
meet on April 20
The Evesham Historical Socie-
ty will meet on April 20 at 9 a.m.
at the Inskeep House, 10 Madison
Court, Marlton.
Agenda will be preparation for
spring teas and yard work.
All are welcome.
For information or directions,
call (856) 983-9461.
Visit us online at
www.marltonsun.com
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Marlton Sun
Operation Yellow Ribbon of
South Jersey is preparing to send
candy overseas for troops follow-
ing the Easter and Passover holi-
days.
“We were so successful from
the support of Halloween. I was
thinking Easter Sunday, watching
my kids and how they wouldn’t
eat it all,” said Dave Silver, presi-
dent of Operation Yellow Ribbon.
“I thought it would be best to send
whatever we had left to the
troops.”
OYR is a non-profit organiza-
tion that prepares and sends care
packages in addition to organiz-
ing welcome-home ceremonies
for those serving in Operation
Enduring Freedom in the Middle
East.
Currently, the operation is col-
lecting supplies for the next
round of packages. All candy still
sealed and recent, in addition to
items listed on the website, will
be accepted. Visit operationyel-
lowribbonsouthjersey.org.
“Whatever people can give,
whether it’s chocolate bunnies or
jelly beans would be great be-
cause they’re not expecting to get
it,” Silver said.
Since the beginning of the
year, OYR has collected and
shipped more than 4,800 pounds
of items to the troops, averaging
1,500 pounds a month.
“We’re out of candy, gum, beef
jerky, you name it, we’re pretty
much out of it,” Silver said. “We
don’t like to have inventory. We
want to get it to the troops as soon
as we can.”
OYR sends packages to 75 serv-
ice members in Operation Endur-
ing Freedom combat. The parcels
are filled so the items can be
shared with their troop members.
“The most difficult thing is
keeping up with the requests,”
Silver said. “There’s a great feel-
ing leaving the post office know-
ing you made someone happy.”
According to Silver, the tough-
est aspect is sending the wish list
items.
“We have a finite amount of
money, but we like to use it to ship
stuff. If we don’t have stuff, we
need the money to spend on the
stuff. It’s a balancing act,” Silver
said.
Anthony Scardilli, owner of
American Heroes Deli and Grill
in Southampton, donated a por-
tion of the supplies left over from
the last round of packages, in-
cluding Tastykakes.
Scardilli works closely with
OYR and other non-profits that
benefit the troops.
“I am not only a father to two
active warriors, but also a broth-
er to a Vietnam veteran, a son to a
Korean War vet, a grandson to a
WWII vet, a nephew to a Korean
vet, an uncle to an Iraqi Freedom
vet, a cousin to an
Iraq/Afghanistan vet and a friend
to many who have forged the way
in each of those campaigns. So we
are essentially about all those he-
roes, past, present and future,”
Scardilli said.
The name American Heroes
Deli and Grill comes from a play
on words. A hoagie is known as a
“hero” in Scardilli’s native North
Jersey.
The deli is used as a vehicle
to support multiple non-profit
organizations for the troops,
with opportunities to purchase
merchandise or make contribu-
tions.
Scardilli works with the New
Jersey Mission of Honor, collect-
ing monetary donations.
The mission locates, identifies
and provides a proper burial at a
state veterans memorial ceme-
tery to orphaned and abandoned
remains of American military
veterans in New Jersey.
They accept monetary dona-
tions for Operation Troop Aid,
selling the company’s wristbands
and bags. Additionally, the energy
drink Reveille is sold in the store
with all proceeds benefitting
OTA.
“We met this group a couple of
years ago at the Valenzano Wine-
Fest and decided this was a great
cause we wanted to be involved
with,” Scardilli said.
The deli also has merchandise
and accepts donations for The
Warrior Foundation, Freedom
Station and Operation Yellow Rib-
bon.
“We accept monetary collec-
tions. We have donation boxes for
snacks, clothing or anything the
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Cross County Connection
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phone app that is so extraordinar-
ily “visionary,” it’s almost like
having your own “crystal ball”
for seeing what your commute
holds in store – before you walk
out the door!
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real-time traffic conditions and
view live traffic cameras, at inter-
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southern New Jersey, right from
the palm of one’s hand.
It works on iPhone and An-
droid-enabled devices with an
easy-to-use interface that quickly
shows you exactly what the traf-
fic situation looks like at your se-
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NJ Intersections app features
coverage of 39 major intersec-
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N.J., includes real-time traffic
conditions and live traffic cam-
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How does it work?
Simply launch the app and se-
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would like to view by touching
the screen. This will instantly
open a map showing the live traf-
fic conditions at that particular
location and provides a link to the
live traffic camera as well.
Cross County Connection, a
nonprofit organization, partners
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portation Planning Authority, the
New Jersey Department of
Transportation, the Delaware
Valley Regional Planning Com-
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member organizations and the
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Scardilli is also an avid motor-
cyclist and member of the War-
rior Watch Riders, comprised of
6,000 members in six states.
“Anthony is a ball of positive
energy.
“He just can’t wait to do some-
thing more for the troops. You can
see the love they have for the
troops when you walk in the
deli,” Silver said.
OYR and Silver welcomed
home Scardilli’s son Daniel after
a tour of duty.
“All homecomings are special,
but to do one for someone you
know is really powerful. It’s per-
sonal. You want to make it special
so they know they’re not alone,”
Silver said.
OYR has multiple events com-
ing up, including a fundraiser on
May 4 at Pancheros Mexican Grill
in Marlton with 20 percent of the
proceeds going to OYR.
The event will run from 4 to 8
p.m.
Additionally, a car wash is
scheduled for June, and The
Meaning of Memorial Day will be
taught at Marlton Schools in an
effort to educate students about
the holiday.
Laurel Oak Garden Center on
199 Tomlinson Mill Road extend-
ed an invitation for Support Our
Troops Day slated for this sum-
mer.
“The letters and emails we get
from the troops take your breath
away. Here we’re doing something
so little and the emails you get
from Afghanistan are so power-
ful,” Silver said.
“We have to continue to sup-
port our troops and let them
know they’re not alone.”
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Sheriff’s office offers
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Sheriff Jean Stanfield an-
nounced that that her department
has received a new infusion of
grant dollars to assist Burlington
County’s senior citizens in secur-
ing their homes against crime,
fire and power outages.
Stanfield said that the Home
Security Program now is accept-
ing applications to provide sen-
iors and individuals with disabili-
ties free home security surveys
and safety modifications.
“It also gives us the opportuni-
ty to make them aware of the
most common and latest frauds
and scams,” said Stanfield.
“This is a totally free program
and really, one that every older
resident should take advantage
of.”
Interested residents should call
(609) 265-5796 to register. To quali-
fy, at least one person in the
household must be 60 years of
age or older.
Other security/safety items
that may be installed free of
charge include reflective house
numbers, lamp timers, power fail-
ure lights, and “med-info” packets
which provide emergency respon-
ders with important medical in-
formation about the residents.
Stanfield said the program has
been in operation for more than
20 years and typically serves 300
homeowners a year.
In addition, the program’s
crime prevention specialists are
available to give home security
workshops and presentations to
clubs, churches, and civic and
community groups.
The program is being funded
with $48,992 in pass-through
grant funds, provided by the
county’s Office on Aging.
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all types of wiring
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LLC
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200 Tuckerton Rd., Medford
856-983-3435
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Any Service
CaII
Lic#13VH01362400
Cannot be combined. Must
present coupon at time of
service. Expires: 9/1/13.
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New Heater or
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present coupon at time of
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609-367-5875
185 Route 70 • Medford
(Across from Medford Ford)
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www.showcaserailings.com
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DON HAHN ELECTRIC
Since 1972
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856-783-9128
800-427-2067
Insured &Bonded NJ LIC #4546
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1816 Rt 70, Southampton
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FREE ESTIMATES
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856 912-5499
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856-824-1360
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856-341-4861
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by Dave Macneil
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Serving Medford & Tabernacle Area
for 25 Years
609-859-1506
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For your free estimate call Rich today:
609-707-2318
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Call Bruce Wolf/Medford Area
609-654-5057
Lic.# 13VH01426900
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FREE ESTIMATES
609-654-7651
856-667-7651
Cell: 609-868-1178
Lic# 13VH04812500
Painting & Staining -
Interior/Exterior
MATT
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Painting for Four Generations
POWERWASHING
Paul’s Painting of Medford
Is now offering painting of
interior rooms for
$100 ea.
(609) 320-9717
Quality work at Reasonable Price
NJ Lic# 13VH00929000
Home Improvement
Correnty's Lawn Svcs.
Specialist in Smaller
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Anthony 856-428-5262
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Fertilization Programs,
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609-268-2400
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856-906-2512
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609-481-8030
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856-429-8991
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For all your home repairs. Locally owned & operated.
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609-714-6878
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609-953-9794
609-405-3873
Lic #13VH03950800
ISA Cert. Arborist NJ-0993A
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(856) 983-0351
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(856) 629-8886
(609) 698-4434
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609-654-5030
emaiI@asphaItcareco.com
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856-627-1974
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accommodations.
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in your home or my office.
Ellen Topiel HIT The Books Reading
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(609) 410-2674
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· French/Trench Drains · Sump pumps
· Back up systems · WaII repair
856-767-4443
www.americanwatermanagement.com.
Lic # 13VH06045200
Waterproofing
• Waterproofing
• Encapsulation
• Remediation
• Sump Pumps
• Drainage
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Roofing
30 Years Experience • Family Owned and Operated • High Quality Products • Senior Citizen Discount
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Not valid with other offers or prior services.
Offer expires 5/1/13.
$1,000 BFF
UP TO
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complete roofing
or siding job
10º BFF
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roofing
or siding job
FREE
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INSPECTION
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and siding job
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Not valid with other offers or prior services.
Offer expires 5/1/13.
Must present coupon at time of estimate.
Not valid with other offers or prior services.
Offer expires 5/1/13.
Must present coupon at time of estimate.
Not valid with other offers or prior services.
Offer expires 5/1/13.
$50 OFF
Expires 5/1/13.
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Tree Service
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(609} 8S9-8488
(8S6} 422-0088
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Call Ray Forker
for a FREE estimate
856-234-0014
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www.rayforkerpainting.com
Serving
South Jersey
for over
50 years.
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Paperhanging,
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(856) 981-1359
www.rcpaperhangings.com
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Serving South Jersey Since 1986
Over 25 Years in Business
CMBGeneraI Contractors winner of the 2008/2010
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Lic # 13VH00030300
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• Hand Plank • Soffits and Trim Capped
DECKS
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ROOFING
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ADDITIONS
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