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Fore a good cause
Public Education Fund Golf
Classic Sept. 16. PAGE 3
By NICK COHEN
and SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Mt. Laurel Sun
eparating recyclables will be a
practice of the past for Burlington
County residents starting next
May with the implementation of
streamlined recycling.
The big blue cart, which residents
currently use for cardboard and paper,
will soon be an all-purpose recycling
tool.
The county boasts single-stream as
more convenient and a way to increase
recycling volume as well as save money.
Mt. Laurel Township manager Maureen
Mitchell agrees wholeheartedly.
It makes the lives of our residents so
much easier. They dont have to sepa-
rate bottles and cans from paper or
cardboard. It makes it a lot easier to re-
cycle, Mitchell said. Its a fantastic
program. It helps in saving the environ-
ment, and the township as well as the
taxpayers will save money. Communi-
ties throughout our township have been
good about recycling and this will only
improve that.
According to the county, studies show
single-stream brings with it an increase
of 10 percent or more in recycling. The
more people recycle, the less waste
there is in landfills. Last year, recycling
saved the towns more than $3.2 million
in landfill tipping fees. Those cost-sav-
ings are effectively tax savings, since
they improve the bottom line of munici-
pal budgets.
Currently, the county is working to
find out whether residents are in need
of the signature blue cart, or a second
cart to supplement the amount of recy-
clables put to the curb each week. Ini-
tially, the cart program did have a few
detractors in Mt. Laurel.
Homeowners associations and
condo associations had concerns over
the size of the bins as they are unable to
store them outside residences, so, would
the larger bins fit into a one-car
garage? Mitchell said. We worked
with the county to allow communities
like our 55-year-old and over develop-
ments to use smaller bins.
The county estimates that more than
30,000 homes may need an extra cart, of
differing sizes. It will take months to
gather everyones information, order
the carts, and deliver the right size carts
to the right homes next spring. If resi-
dents currently have a 48-gallon, 64-gal-
lon or 96-gallon cart, theyre asked to
visit the county website to determine
whether they need a second one before
May. Mitchell said the township has
been encouraging to order a second bin
now while the county is paying.
Weve recommended to our resi-
dents to figure out if they will need a
County welcomes streamlined recycling
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please see GO, page 5
Special to The Sun
The following items were
taken from reports on file with
the Mt. Laurel Police Depart-
ment:
An employee of Whitesell Real
Estate on East Gate Drive report-
ed a theft. Copper coils from sev-
eral air conditioning units, val-
ued at more than $100,000, were
taken from air conditioning units
on the roof.
The incident occurred between
4 p.m., Aug. 29, and 8 a.m., Aug.
30. This case remains under in-
vestigation.
A resident of the unit block of
East Berwin Way reported a bur-
glary and theft to a residence.
The incident occurred between
4:30 p.m., Aug. 29 and 6:30 p.m.,
Sept. 1. Entry was gained by forc-
ing the side window. Jewelry, val-
ued at approximately $900, was
taken.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 50-
year-old man, of the 4500 block of
Fenwick Lane, on Sept. 3 for pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
He was arrested on outstanding
warrants incident to police inves-
tigation at the McDonalds on
Route 38 at 4:33 p.m. Drug para-
phernalia was located on his per-
son during a search incident to
arrest.
He was charged with posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia. He
was lodged at the Burlington
County Jail in lieu of $2,500 bail.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 29-
year-old man, of the 500 block of
Friesburg Aldine Road, Elmer, on
Sept. 3 for possession of medica-
tion not prescribed. He was ar-
rested at the Roadway Inn on
Route 73 on an outstanding war-
rant at 9:02 p.m.
The medication was discov-
ered during a search incident to
arrest. The man was charged
with possession of medication
not prescribed. He was lodged at
the Burlington County Jail on the
outstanding warrant with no
bail.
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By NICK COHEN
The Mt. Laurel Sun
The Mt. Laurel Public Educa-
tion Funds 19th annual Golf
Classic will be held on Monday,
Sept. 16 at the Laurel Creek Coun-
try Club.
Its been a wonderful event,
MLPEF president George
Greatrex said. Folks from all
over the community coming to-
gether and supporting a cause
that helps our children and our
schools.
Last year, the MLPEF donated
$30,000 to the district, funds that
were used to restore several after-
school clubs and related activities
deleted from the districts operat-
ing budget due to recent state aid
reductions.
What is very cool about the
event is you can see the results.
You can actually see where the
money goes and what programs
and extracurricular activities are
impacted by the funds raised,
Greatrex said.
Clubs and after-school activi-
ties from music at Fleetwood
School to video production at
Hartford School to wiffle ball at
Springville are all directly funded
by the MLPEF. The board of edu-
cation announced that, in total, 23
clubs were sponsored by the
MLPEF for the upcoming school
year.
The MLPEF is an independent
non-profit charitable organiza-
tion whose mission is to support
quality education in the district.
Since 1994, the fund has donated
more than $700,000 to the district.
Money has also been used to fund
technology upgrades for each
classroom, grants to teachers to
support innovative programs,
and scholarships to students in
need of tutoring whose families
may find it a financial burden.
This is the main fundraising
event of the year for the MLPEF.
It is looking for financial support
for this event and its mission by
purchasing a sponsorship, play-
ing golf or both. Hole and tee
sponsorships are $150, with high-
er sponsorship levels available.
The event began initially as a
way for the schools to reach out to
Mt. Laurels businesses and cor-
porations for fundraising, but
now, according to Greatrex, it is a
hybrid of both.
Weve been impressed with
how many of Mt. Laurels fami-
lies have stepped up to support
the event. Some of them with
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Shotgun start
begins at noon
for Golf Classic
children in the district and some
without.
Weve had great support from
individual residents as well as the
business community, Greatrex
said.
The days activities will begin
at 11 a.m. with check-in and
lunch.
Afternoon golf begins at noon
with shotgun start and scramble
format rules, which will enable
foursomes to proceed at a pace
commensurate their particular
skill levels. Following the after-
noon of golf, there will be cock-
tails, entertainment, dinner and
an awards presentation. Greatrex
said the event is fun even for
those who dont play golf.
We have some who come out
just to enjoy the beautiful venue
and join us for dinner. There are
presentations; we honor some of
the teachers from the district,
Greatrex said.
The camaraderie of the com-
munity coming together for this
event to support a great cause is
really special to see.
For more information on the
MLPEF or the event, visit
http://www.mtlaurelschools.org/
Community/Mount-Laurel-Pub-
lic-Education-Fund.
SHOTGUN
Continued from page 3
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Go online to see
whether you need
an extra cart
second cart now so that they will
not have to pay for it if they de-
cide they need one in the future,
Mitchell said.
The county assured residents
that the program is free of charge
and the frequency of service will
not change. Mt. Laurel will still
provide a drop-off center for resi-
dents who have recyclables be-
tween pickups.
Currently, major facility modi-
fications are being made to the
Robert C. Shinn Recycling Center
in Westampton. Following that,
new single-stream sorting equip-
ment will be installed, according
to the county.
To determine whether an extra
cart is needed, residents are
asked to visit www.co.burling-
ton.nj.us/pages/pages.aspx?cid=
1024#FAQS to determine their
usage and if another cart is need-
ed.
The deadline for registration is
Sept. 30.
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EDITOR EMERITUS Alan Bauer
T
welve years have passed since
the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on
New York City and Washing-
ton, D.C.
Thats hard to believe.
Its hard to believe that it was 12
years ago that this country changed
forever.
Its hard to believe that it was 12
years ago that so many innocent lives
were lost.
Its hard to believe how much our
lives have changed in those 12 years
how heightened security at public
places, especially airports, is expected
and openly accepted; how a persons
privacy is not always private; how
farewell and welcome home celebra-
tions for servicemen and women seem
to be commonplace.
There are so many other examples
to mention of how our lives have
changed since that fateful day 12 years
ago.
Here we are, more than a decade
later, with 9/11 as a memory for all of
us who lived it, and a history lesson
for those who didnt.
Twelve years later, we should all be
proud of the way we are remembering
and honoring those who lost their
lives that day as well as their families,
and also the servicemen and women
and their families who so bravely
have volunteered to serve this country.
In addition to annual memorials put
on at the national level, local commu-
nities are playing a large part, too. Our
community, and others around us, are
setting up 9/11 memorials, obtaining
steel from the World Trade Center to
display and hosting 9/11 remem-
brances.
We should all be proud of ourselves
and our fellow citizens. But we should
not stop here just because we have
done well so far.
We should never forget what hap-
pened 12 years ago. We should always
respectfully pause and respect those
who were taken from us and those
who fight for our freedom.
And we should ensure that those
who werent alive 12 years ago, or were
too young to remember, are taught
about what happened that day, and
how it will continue to affect our lives
and theirs.
We will never forget.
We will never forget
Twelve years later, we continue to remember those lives lost on 9/11
Share your experiences
Have a 9/11 story to tell, or want to send
a message to the community or our
servicemen and women? Write us
a letter to the editor.
With support from an alliance of educa-
tion advocates, Burlington County College
unveiled an initiative to distribute 40,000
books to children in need throughout
Burlington County.
Working with N.J. Higher Education sec-
retary Rochelle Hendricks, John Harmon,
Sr., president and CEO, of the African
American Chamber of Commerce, and
First Book, a nonprofit social enterprise
that provides new books and educational
resources to kids in need, BCC students
will coordinate efforts to distribute free
books to schools and organizations serving
communities in need throughout Burling-
ton County.
The college is the first in the nation to
build this effort into its English and Serv-
ice Learning curriculum.
Every child should have books to read
at home, Burlington County freeholder
Joe Donnelly said. Burlington County
College will be a model for the rest of the
nation on how students and community
groups can get books to children who need
them.
First Book is part of an education initia-
tive by the African American Chamber of
Commerce of New Jersey called Making
New Jersey More Competitive. The goal is
to develop and strengthen the marketable
skills of future job seekers throughout the
state.
First Book will help achieve this goal by
delivering new, high-quality books and ma-
terials to children in need in Burlington
County.
This is one of a number of initiatives
by our organization that will provide an
immediate impact in transforming the
lives of our young people and place them
on a path of success, Harmon said.
Hendricks wants the initiative to suc-
ceed and spread throughout the state.
What a wonderful project! Student vol-
unteers will help distribute 40,000 new
books to open worlds of ideas for disadvan-
taged children, Hendricks said. I am
very pleased that Burlington County Col-
lege is collaborating with First Book and
the African American Chamber of Com-
merce to stir the imaginations and build
the literacy skills of children throughout
Burlington County.
The initiative is an important part of
BCC to distribute 40,000 books to children
please see INITIATIVE, page 7
BCCs new student success divi-
sion and agenda aimed at helping
more students complete college
and reducing the number of stu-
dents who enter college in need of
developmental courses.
We believe all students can
succeed with the right approach,
BCC president David C. Hespe
said.
The simple act of giving chil-
dren books will make them
stronger readers and develop a
lifelong passion of learning that
will help them succeed through-
out their education and career.
This is also a tremendous oppor-
tunity for our students to partici-
pate in a worthwhile and reward-
ing project.
First Book president and CEO
Kyle Zimmer said the initiative
will instill leadership skills in
current BCC students and im-
prove educational opportunities
for children in need.
The project will span the entire
2013-2014 academic year.
Students will identify and con-
tact potentially eligible groups
and encourage them to apply to
First Book.
This spring, a truck will deliv-
er 40,000 books with a retail value
of nearly $400,000, donated by
publishers to BCCs Mt. Laurel
Campus.
Students will sort the books
and distribute them to groups
that meet certain criteria, such as
serving disabled children, mili-
tary families or a large number of
low-income families.
For more information on First
Book, visit www.firstbook.org.
Organizations interested in ap-
plying, should contact BCCs
Service Learning Program at ser-
vicelearning@bcc.edu.
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Special to The Mt. Laurel Sun
Pictured, from left, are Glenn Lang, assistant state secretary of higher education, Burlington County
Freeholder Director Joe Donnelly, BCC Vice President of Student Success Terrence Hardee, African
American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey President and CEO John E. Harmon Sr., BCC Vice Presi-
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Development Veronica Creech and educator Stedman Graham.
WEDNESDAY Sept. 11
Storytime: 11 a.m. every Wednesday
at Kids Play Lounge in Mt. Laurel.
Come hear a new story every
week and then stay and play the
rest of the day! Call (856) 273-
9500 or visit www.kidsplay-
lounge.com for more information.
Rotary Club of Mt. Laurel meeting:
12 p.m. at Laurel Creek Country
Club, 655 Old Centerton Road.
For more information visit
www.mountlaurelrotary.org or
call (856) 234-7663.
Y.E.S. Club meeting: 12 p.m. Adath
Emanu-El, 205 Elbo Lane. Guest
entertainer Lois Cohen who will
present a musical program of
songs including Broadway show
tunes, well-known opera arias,
oldies as well as Jewish songs.
Enjoy refreshments, raffles and
meeting friends and members.
For further details contact Flo-
rence Fisch at (856) 727-0625 or
e-mail: flosyfisch@comcast.net.
THURSDAY Sept. 12
Health discussion: 6:30 p.m. Mt.
Laurel Library, 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Join health psychologist and
gerontologist Dr. Kristin August
from Rutgers University in Cam-
den and learn about managing
your health and the health care
system in mid to late life. No reg-
istration needed.
Planning Board meeting: 7 p.m. in
courtroom, 100 Mt. Laurel Road,
Municipal Building, 100 Mt. Laurel
Road. Visit www.mountlaurel.com
for more information and to con-
firm meeting time.
FRIDAY Sept. 13
Movie matinee: 2 p.m. Mt. Laurel
Library, 100 Walt Whitman Ave.
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
will be shown. No registration
needed.
SATURDAY Sept. 14
Meet the young authors: 3 p.m. Mt.
Laurel Library, 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. It's always great fun to listen
to children telling stories. What's
even more fun is when children
read the stories they have writ-
ten, illustrated and published. So
come, "Meet the Young Authors"
and motivate them toward
greater success. Refreshments
will be served. All ages. No regis-
tration required.
Picnic: 4-7 p.m. The Masonville-Ran-
cocas United Methodist Church
will host a celebration community
picnic and movie, which will be
family-friendly. Food and bever-
ages will be provided, but if you'd
like to bring something to share
you are more than welcome to do
so. The community is welcome.
Masonville-Rancocas United
Methodist Church is located at
200 Masonville Road. Any ques-
tions, please contact Charlotte
Elbertson at the church office
(856) 234-0941.
SUNDAY Sept. 15
Craft: Grades 5-7. 2:30 p.m. Mt. Lau-
rel Library, 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Get creative and experiment
with duct tape. Registration is
required. Visit http://www.mtlau-
rel.lib.nj.us/
MONDAY Sept. 16
Baby storytime: 10:30 a.m. Mt. Lau-
rel Library, 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Stories, songs, and rhymes
for the littlest library lovers. An
informal playgroup will immedi-
ately follow. Siblings are wel-
come. Best suited for 0 - 18
months. No registration required.
Mt. Laurel Garden Club meeting: 11
a.m. luncheon followed by busi-
ness meeting at noon and pro-
gram beginning at 1:30 p.m. every
third Monday. For more informa-
tion on membership visit mtlau-
relgardenclub.tripod.com or call
Barbara at (856) 396-0017
Cheerleading: Mt. Laurel Cheerlead-
ing Association would like to
invite all interested girls to come
and try cheerleading. Open prac-
tices will be held at Larchmont
Elementary Sept. 16-Sept. 26.
Please come to an age specific
practice. Kindergarten and first
grade: Tuesdays 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Second and third grade: Mondays
and Wednesdays 6:30-8 p.m.
Fourth through eighth grade:
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30-
8:30 p.m.
TUESDAY Sept. 17
Mt. Laurel I BNI Chapter meeting:
7:30 to 9 a.m. at Marcos Restau-
rant at Indian Spring C.C., 115
South Elmwood Dr.
MOMS Club of Mt. Laurel: 9:30 a.m.
MOMS Club of Mt. Laurel invites
moms living in Mt. Laurel, Maple
Shade and Hainesport to join
their monthly general meeting.
Please visit www.momsclub-
mountlaurel.org or contact Jen
at membership_west@mom-
sclubmountlaurel.org for more
information.
Toddler storytime: 10:30 a.m. Mt.
Laurel Library, 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Fun for the little ones. Join
us for stories, songs, fingerplays
and musical instruments for all.
Best suited for ages 18 mos. - 3
years. Siblings are welcome. No
registration required.
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next meeting at Carlucci's Water-
front, 875 Centerton Road at 6:15
p.m. Call (609) 267-2824 or
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Mt. Laurel Area Friends and New-
comers: 7 p.m. every third Tues-
day. Community Center, Walt
Whitman Drive. For more infor-
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Book discussion: 7 p.m. Mt. Laurel
Library, 100 Walt Whitman Ave.
The Mt. Laurel Library Book Club
is active and always welcomes
new attendees. Join for a lively
book discussion of The Memory
Keeper's Daughter by Kim
Edwards. No registration needed.
Intro to meditation: 7 p.m. Mt. Lau-
rel Library, 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Join an experienced medita-
tion instructor and achieve relax-
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Since 1972
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Ceiling

Attic

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856-783-9128
800-427-2067
Insured &Bonded NJ LIC #4546
BASCIANI
ELECTRIC LLC
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all types of wiring
No Job Too Small
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Full Ins. & Bonded
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RAS BUILDERS
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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
RE5IDENTIAL / COMMERCIAL / INDU5TRIAL
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NJ # 15,596
856-912-8176
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9AM-1PM
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1816 Rt 70, Southampton
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Paperhanging,
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Paperhanging
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800 North Stanwick
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Waterproofing
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Painting
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856-667-7651
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609-953-9794
609-405-3873
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Bucket Truck & Backhoe NJ Lic #13vh05439500
Trees cut for less!
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SERVING THE AREA FOR OVER 35 YEARS
Immediate Service
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satisfaction guaranteed
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in Medford
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