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PEI Kids
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BY HEATHER FIORE
The Lawrence Sun
PEI Kids, the Lawrenceville-
based non-profit organization
dedicated to promoting and main-
taining a safe environment for all
children, recently received a
$15,000 grant from The Horizon
Foundation of New Jersey.
The grant will be used to sup-
port the depression component of
the Crisis Intervention for Child
Victims of Sexual Abuse Pro-
gram, said Michael Brennan,
spokesperson for Horizon Blue
Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.
This program, which is the
only counseling program of its
kind in Mercer County, provides
depression screening and treat-
ment for children ages 3 through
18 who are victims of sexual
abuse, and provides education
and support for family members
and caregivers.
Since 1987, it has helped more
than 5,000 children deal with the
trauma of sexual abuse. The Mer-
cer County Prosecutor’s Office
refers all its reported child vic-
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cording to PEI’s website.
PEI Kids has also launched a
specific mother/daughter sup-
port group in recognition of the
fact that about 80 percent of the
mothers it counsels have been
victims of sexual abuse them-
selves.
PEI Kids is one of 25 non-profit
organizations throughout the
state that was awarded a grant
from the Horizon Foundation for
New Jersey. Horizon awarded a
total of $512,250 in grants this
cycle.
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New Jersey is proud to support
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no, chairman of the board of di-
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man and CEO of Horizon Blue
Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.
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of initiatives that improve per-
sonal health and enhance the cul-
tural and arts experience in New
Jersey’s communities.”
The grants represent the sec-
ond round of awards made by the
foundation this year, Brennan
said.
The Horizon Foundation for
New Jersey promotes health, well
being and quality of life across
the state by supporting charitable
organizations. For more informa-
tion, go to horizonblue.com/foun-
dation.
PEI Kids is located at 231
Lawrenceville Road in Lawrence.
For more information on its pro-
grams, go to peikids.org.
PEI
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Dinner will be provided by Fe-
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On Thursday Aug. 1 the Music
in the Park series returns with
Off the Map Band. Off The Map
Band is an alt/pop/rock fusion
project navigated by Grammy af-
filiated artists: Amy Otey, Alex
Otey, James Popik, Chris Clark
and Ryan Ross.
They have played music and
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The band members have
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Jewish choir seeks
new members
Sharim V’Sharot: People of
Song, a 24-voice Jewish choir, now
celebrating its 14th year, is seek-
ing new members for the 2013–14
season, including concerts in
Princeton, Lawrenceville, New-
town, Pa., and beyond.
The largely a cappella choir
sings in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino,
Italian, French and English, etc.,
and has openings for sopranos,
altos, tenors and basses.
Rehearsals beginning Sept. 3
are on Tuesday evenings in
Lawrenceville. For more details
and to make an appointment for
an audition, go to
sharimvsharot.com, call (609) 22-
CHOIR, or email
info@SharimVSharot.org.
Sharim V’Sharot, whose name
means “People of Song,” was
founded in 2000 and is sponsored
by Rider University’s Hillel, and
is under the direction of Dr.
Elayne Robinson Grossman, for-
mer director of New York’s Rot-
tenberg Chorale. Sharim
V’Sharot has sung throughout
the Philadelphia-to-New York
metropolitan area, at choral festi-
vals, synagogues, interfaith
events and celebrations.
We perform all styles, includ-
ing Ashkenazic, Sephardic, Is-
raeli, concert, folk and liturgical
music in many languages and
historical eras, in four (or more)
parts.
Adult singers of all ages come
from Mercer, Burlington, Bucks,
and Middlesex counties, and the
Philadelphia suburbs. The
2013–2014 season will feature
“Chichester Psalms” by Leonard
Bernstein and “Songs of Hope
and Faith: Music in the European
Jewish Traditions.”
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can be used for bad instead of
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facts, someone’s opinion or pictures of
people having fun can turn harmful in
a second.
Inappropriate comments on a photo;
attacking someone’s character, race,
religion or sexuality; cyber-bullying;
or straight mis-reporting facts all take
advantage of the Internet’s power to
do bad.
Social media sites such as Facebook,
Twitter and Instagram make it easier
to connect people all over the world,
and even easier to do so in a negative
fashion.
But, luckily, there is some good
going on in the digital world.
The state recently released its Uni-
form Crime Reporting rates, and local
police departments have attributed
significant drops in crime to the their
utilization of social media.
In Evesham Township, for example,
crime dropped 21.7 percent. In
Moorestown, crime dropped 36.9 per-
cent. Officials from both departments
say their presence on Facebook and
Twitter has helped tremendously.
Both of those departments use the
social media sites, as well as informa-
tion sharing service Nixle, to not only
notify residents of crimes, alerts and
issues, but also as communication
tools for residents to submit their own
issues and concerns directly to the de-
partment.
They’ve found that it’s much easier,
and more efficient, for residents to
submit information on the computer
than it is to call in or stop by their of-
fices.
It’s great to see that police depart-
ments at a local level are utilizing the
latest technology to make their jobs
easier and more efficient, and provid-
ing more avenues for residents to feel
safe and communicate with their local
police force.
Evesham and Moorestown aren’t
the only towns with police depart-
ments doing this; they are just exam-
ples.
To those departments that are doing
the same, bravo; keep it up. To those
that aren’t, it’s time to step up and go
out on a limb. It’s worth it.
Social media more than just pics
Police departments using Facebook, Twitter to help reduce crime
Your thoughts
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department on Twitter, Facebook or
other online sites? What is your police
department doing well? How can it
improve? Tell us your thoughts.
Just Peachy Festival Aug. 3-4
Everyone enjoys the “farm-fresh flavor”
of Terhune Orchards produce year round.
Lucky for us consumers, the process of
food preservation is not all that complicat-
ed.
Peaches, corn, tomatoes, blueberries,
raspberries and blackberries, which are
indescribably juicy and luscious, are easy
to freeze or can at the height of freshness.
Pick all you want and then just follow
Pam's simple directions.
Next winter, you'll have welcome re-
minders of delightful summer days spent
picking-your-own at Terhune Orchards.
Learn Pam Mount’s secrets for enjoying
summer's bounty all year long. Call early
to reserve your place for our free class to be
held Aug. 3 at 10 a.m.
This popular class is only offered once a
year. To register for either session, call the
farm store at (609) 924-2310 or email
info@terhuneorchards.com. For more tips
on canning and freezing, you can also visit
our website at TerhuneOrchards.com.
This year, the canning and freezing class
kicks off our new summer harvest festival
at the farm.
Celebrate Jersey Fresh and one of our
state's favorite fruits by joining us for our
inaugural Just Peachy Festival on Aug. 3
and Aug. 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The festi-
val is free and will include live music, food
for purchase, wine and sangria samplings,
and plenty of activities for kids.
A special feature of this new festival will
be our "Bounty of the Farm" farm-to-fork
tasting section featuring local chefs who
will use locally sources ingredients to pre-
pare recipes for visitors to sample. The
tasting area will be open from noon to 4
p.m. both days and admission to the special
tasting section is $5 for adults. Children 12
and under are free.
Terhune Orchards is also taking part in
the New Jersey Peach Promotion Council's
first "Perfect Peach Pie" contest during the
Just Peachy Festival.
The contest is open to any amateur
baker and must be either a peach pie or
peach cobbler. The entries will be judged at
Terhune Orchards at 1 p.m. Sunday during
the Just Peachy Festival. Register for the
contest at the Terhune Orchards Farm
Store or at terhuneorchards.com.
Terhune Orchards is located at 330 Cold
Soil Road in Lawrenceville. Plenty of park-
ing is available at the farm.
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BRIEFS
Residents names on
college dean’s lists
Erika Riederer, a resident of
Lawrenceville, was named to the
dean’s list at Skidmore College
for the spring 2013 semester.
Taylor Sumners, a resident of
Lawrenceville, was named to the
dean’s list at Colgate University
for the spring 2013 semester.
Isabella Crane, a resident of
Lawrenceville, made the dean’s
list at Rosemary Hall for the
spring 2013 semester.
Residents graduate
from their universities
The following Lawrenceville
residents graduated from Rider
University’s Westminster Choir
College – Joshua Glasner, Jordan
Saul and Orin Strunk.
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THURSDAY JULY 25
Fiction Writing Workshop. 2 p.m. to
4 p.m. at the Lawrence Library.
Join librarian Donna Wolfe for
the monthly meeting of this fic-
tion writing group in this encour-
aging and supportive environ-
ment in which to share our writ-
ing. Members are encouraged but
not required to submit their work.
Registration is suggested. Call
(609) 989-6920 to register.
Indian Spices Workshop. 7 p.m. at
the Lawrence Library. Shanti
Jain, a folk artist who specializes
in Indian cooking and traditional
Indian crafts, will present a vari-
ety of Indian spices and give sug-
gestions on how to combine them
for delicious recipes. Samples of
food will be provided. The usage
of spices as home remedies will
also be discussed. Registration is
suggested. Call (609) 989-6920
to register.
FRIDAY JULY 26
Open Craft Time: Ages 3 to 7. 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m. at the Lawrence Library.
Craft materials will be available in
the activity room for children
with a caregiver. Project will take
about 15 minutes. Library staff
will not be present. No registra-
tion required.
SATURDAY JULY 27
Screenwriting Workshop. 1 p.m. to
2:30 p.m. at the Lawrence
Library. This series of two work-
shops with local screenwriter,
Mark Violi, will focus on “Scene &
Dialogue” the first week. Stu-
dents are invited to bring in their
first three pages of their scripts
for analysis and suggestions.
Registration is required. Call
(609) 989-6920 to register.
SUNDAY JULY 28
Presbyterian Church of
Lawrenceville: Traditional wor-
ship service at 10 a.m. Preschool
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Sun-
day school (kindergarten through
fifth) at 11 a.m. Worship in a New
Key at 5 p.m. 2688 Main St.,
Lawrenceville.
Lawrence Road Presbyterian
Church: Sunday worship 8:30
and 11 a.m. Air-conditioned and
wheelchair accessible. 1039
Lawrence Road, Lawrenceville.
The Church of Saint Ann: Roman
Catholic mass at 7:30, 9:30 and 11
a.m. and at 12:30 p.m. 1253
Lawrenceville Road,
Lawrenceville.
Harvest Chapel of Lawrenceville:
Coffee and hospitality at 9:15 a.m.
Adult Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
Worship service at 10:30 a.m.
Kids ministry for ages 5 through
12 during service. 64 Phillips Ave.,
Lawrenceville.
Lawrence Road Presbyterian
Church: Morning worship service.
10 a.m. 1039 Lawrence Road,
Lawrenceville. Air-conditioned
and wheelchair accessible.
MONDAY JULY 29
Yoga. 7:30 p.m. at the Lawrence
Library. Barbara Bingham will
teach this series of yoga classes.
All levels of experience are wel-
come. Participants should wear
comfortable clothing and bring a
towel or yoga mat. Registration is
required. Class size is limited to
25 participants. Water is provid-
ed. Call (609) 989-6920 to regis-
ter.
TUESDAY JULY 30
Books and Babies: Ages 6 months
to 23 months. 11 a.m. at the
Lawrence Library. Join us for a
fun, upbeat program of songs,
rhymes, finger plays, board books
and activities to promote early
literacy in infants and young tod-
dlers. Led by a librarian; caregiver
participation is required. Online
registration is required. Go to
mcl.org to register.
Make a Pony Bead Craft: Ages 8
and older. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Lawrence Library. Make a Pony
Bead project. Project will take
about one hour. Library staff will
be present. Registration is
required. Call (609) 882-9246 to
register.
Top Ten Amazing Rocks and Min-
erals. 7 p.m. at the Lawrence
Nature Center, 481 Drexel Ave.
Learn about the rocks and miner-
als from our Region. Local natu-
ralists Nick and Dave Bosted will
show why our area is a wonderful
place to learn about them. Free.
Pre-register by emailing lawren-
cenaturecenter@gmail.com.
Include your name, the number
attending, children’s ages, and a
phone number to contact you in
case of program changes.
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BY HEATHER FIORE
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The Lawrence Township Coun-
cil rescinded the bulk waste col-
lection fee for this year at its
meeting on July 16, stating how it
is no longer necessary.
Although residents won’t pay
the fee this year, the township still
has the ability to bring back the
fee in future years, Township
Manager Richard Krawczun said.
Lawrenceville resident Max
Ramos suggested Council rescind
the ordinance that established the
fee altogether, since the majority
of residents were initially op-
posed to it.
“A better move would be to re-
scind the ordinance and not just
amend it,” he said.
“Right now, we’re starting
here; this is the first step we want
to take,” Township Mayor Jim
Kownacki said. “It might happen,
but this is our first step. This is
the beginning.”
To help solve the problem,
councilman Stephen Brame sug-
gested council re-bid the contract
for the bulk waste collection fee,
which Krawczun said is a possi-
bility come Dec. 31, when the cur-
rent contract expires.
“Given that budgets and rev-
enues are static, not kinetic, this
might be an opportunity to see
whether we can benefit from
economies of scale as a result of
better competition or more effi-
ciency in those service providers,
which would result in cost sav-
ings to the township,” Brame
said.
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