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International Day
Eastern High School hosts
event on Oct. 12. PAGE 4
SHANNON SADLER/The Voorhees Sun
Described by his foster mom Rita Mullholand as a ‘gentleman,’ Saturn is currently one of the dogs available for adoption through the
Blind Dog Rescue based in Philadelphia. Both Saturn and Mullholand came out for the festivities at Woofstock 2013 in John Connolly
Park on Sept. 21. Fostering Saturn for a month, Mullholand says that he was originally found in southern Virginia and was believed to
be chained up most of his life due to scarring around his legs and some muscular dystrophy. In addition, Saturn is also partially blind
and deaf. For more photos from the Woofstock event, please see page 14.
Woofstock 2013
Teacher
evaluation
system
updated
By SHANNON SADLER
The Voorhees Sun
As mandated by the state,
Osage Elementary School princi-
pal Robert Cranmer presented
the Voorhees Township Public
Schools board of education with
a new teacher evaluation system
for the coming year.
Implementing the Charlotte
Danielson, “Framework for
Teaching,” teachers will now be
evaluated on four different do-
mains, with a total of 20 subcate-
gories under each domain and
three to five elements under each
subcategory.
The four domains of evalua-
tion consist of planning and
preparation, the classroom envi-
ronment, professional responsi-
bilities and instruction.
Last year, Cranmer explained
those teachers were trained in
both Domains 2 and Domains 3,
classroom environment and in-
struction, respectively.
Cranmer also explained after
the Sept. 25 BOE meeting that the
please see TEACHER, page 11
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2 OCTOBER 2–8, 2013
Eastern seeks coaches
for boys, girls track
Eastern Regional School Dis-
trict seeks the following coaches
for the 2013-14 seasons: head win-
ter track coach; head boys track
coach ; head girls track coach; as-
sistant girls track coach.
All coaching candidates must
possess Standard NJ Teaching
Certificate, CPR/AED certifica-
tion and Sports First Aid certifi-
cation.
If interested send letter of in-
terest and resume to: Philip
Smart, vice principal of Athlet-
ics, Eastern High School, 1401
Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees, NJ
08043 or e-mail to psmart@ec-
crsd.us
Flyers event planned
for Oct. 2 in Voorhees
Kick off the Philadelphia Fly-
ers hockey season on Oct. 2 from
1:30 to 3 p.m.
Flyers Alumni Joe Watson and
Bernie Parent will be at Power-
Back Rehabilitation in Voorhees
(113 South Route 73 Voorhees) to
sign autographs and raffle off
some signed flyers gear.
The event is free and open to
the public.
Alicia Rose Victorious
Foundation event Oct. 4
Join the Alicia Victorious Rose
Foundation for the 11th Annual
Birthday Bash, held on Friday,
Oct. 4, from 6:30 p.m. to midnight
at Lucien's Manor in Berlin.
The night will feature a benefit
auction with more than 200 signa-
ture items.
Attire is cocktail chic.
Tickets are $130 per person,
and can be purchased at
www.arvfevents.org.
Proceeds to benefit the Teen
Lounge at Children's Regional
Hospital at Cooper and Victorious
4 Teens Programs across the
country.
We are also proud to honor two
outstanding humanitarians, CEO
and President P.J. Whelihan's
Pub, Inc. Bob Platzer and Associ-
ate Director, NJ Senate Sean
Kennedy.
BRIEFS
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FOR VOORHEES TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE
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good of our community.
I am not an incumbent politician like my opponent. Unlike my opponent, I will not vote against budgets that have no tax increases
or which cut hundreds of thousands of dollars in spending.
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4 THE VOORHEES SUN — OCTOBER 2–8, 2013
By SHANNON SADLER
The Voorhees Sun
Exploring cultures from all
over the world, International Day
is slated for Saturday, Oct. 12 and
will be held at Eastern Regional
High School from noon to 5 p.m.
The event is open to the public,
and admission and food are free.
Gwen DeVera, vice chair of the
Camden County Human Rela-
tions Commission and member of
the Voorhees Township Cultural
and Diversity Committee, ex-
plained that the event has been an
annual tradition in Voorhees
after moving from Blackwood
more than seven years ago. Since
then, she said it has grown expo-
nentially from year to year.
“It’s a very nice event, and it
only gets bigger and bigger,”DeV-
era said.
She said that last year’s Inter-
national Day was held at St. An-
drews, but with a turnout of
more than 800 people, DeVera
said the event was moved to East-
ern this year in anticipation of an
even larger crowd.
With about two months of
preparation time invested into
the event, DeVera said her goal is
to make the day as diverse as pos-
sible with representation from
Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Pak-
istani, Indian and Filipino cul-
tures.
During the day, exhibits will be
on display from cultures all
around the world courtesy of or-
ganizations such as the Voorhees-
based Pakistan-American Society
of South Jersey, Indian Temple
Association of Berlin, the Cam-
den County cultural club and the
Eastern Regional High School
cultural club.
DeVera added that representa-
tives from local church ministries
and elementary schools would
also be helping with the festivi-
ties.
“I got everybody involved,” De-
Vera said. “From little kids to sen-
ior citizens.”
Those attending the event can
expect a variety of cultural dance
demonstrations, including Russ-
please see EVENTS, page 17
Explore the world at Eastern
IF YOU GO
What: International Day
Where: Eastern Regional High
School
When: Saturday, Oct. 12
Time: Noon to 5 p.m.
Admission: Free
For more information: Contact
Gwen DeVera at 751-1364 or
devera6@verizon.net
High school hosts free International Day on Oct. 12
6 THE VOORHEES SUN — OCTOBER 2–8, 2013
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EXECUTIVE EDITOR Tim Ronaldson
VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES Joe Eisele
MANAGING EDITOR Mary L. Serkalow
CONTENT EDITOR Kristen Dowd
VOORHEES EDITOR Shannon Sadler
ART DIRECTOR Tom Engle
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Russell Cann
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VICE CHAIRMAN Michael LaCount, Ph.D.
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CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Dan McDonough, Jr.
EDITOR EMERITUS Alan Bauer
On Sept. 19, Voorhees Township was
privileged to host the monthly meeting of
the Camden County Board of Chosen Free-
holders at Town Hall. The meeting opened
with a stirring rendition of the National
Anthem performed by Meredith Brandt of
Voorhees, and the Voorhees Township Citi-
zens Cultural Diversity Advisory Commit-
tee led the Pledge of Allegiance.
I was proud to learn from the freehold-
ers that Voorhees Township will be recog-
nized for our commitment to economic de-
velopment by receiving an award at the 8th
Annual Tri-County Economic Summit on
Oct. 18. The event showcases the regional
resources in both public and private sec-
tors, as well as highlighting places where
significant economic advancement has oc-
curred. The award salutes the township for
showing exempla-
ry leadership by fa-
cilitating partner-
ships between gov-
ernment and busi-
ness for the better-
ment of the local
economy and com-
munity.
The award
specifically recog-
nizes the town-
ship’s redevelop-
ment efforts at the
Voorhees Town
Center, with a
combination of
new restaurants
and unique shop-
ping experiences. Additionally, the award
recognizes the efforts made along the
Route 73 corridor, specifically the “Medical
Mile.” The cornerstone of this redevelop-
ment is the new state-of-the-art Virtua Hos-
pital and their partnerships with Chil-
dren’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Fox
Chase Cancer Center.
We are thrilled to be recognized with
such a prestigious award.
The freeholders also presented a check
in the amount of $43,500 to Voorhees Town-
ship, which represents our share of a Com-
munity Development Block Grant. The
funds are used for senior citizens services.
A community service award was pre-
sented to Voorhees resident Ed Hale. Ed is
Voorhees to receive economic award on Oct. 18
Michael
Mignogna
MAYOR’S MESSAGE
N
ew Jersey residents are rich.
Really rich. We’re the second-
richest state in the nation, be-
hind only those people two states to
the south in Maryland.
The median household income for
New Jersey residents is $69,667. That’s
pretty good news.
The bad news: That number is
boosted in large part by the state’s
ridiculously wealthy families. More
than 11 percent of families here have
an income of more than $200,000 per
year.
On the surface, the Garden State’s
ranking of No. 2 on the list of wealthi-
est states, compiled by 24/7 Wall St., is
a positive sign to our economy’s health
and future prospects. Dig deeper,
though, and you’ll see a much differ-
ent story.
New Jersey’s unemployment rate
was 9.5 percent in 2012, one of the
worst in the country. The national av-
erage was 8.1 percent. The state above
us on the rich list, Maryland, had a
low unemployment rate of 6.8 percent,
for example. Even worse, the number
of people on food stamps increased
from 8 percent in 2011 to 9.3 percent in
2012.
That is not good news.
Still, our outlook is getting better. As
of August, New Jersey’s unemploy-
ment rate was 8.5 percent, according
to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
That’s the lowest mark since March
2009, when it was 8.3 percent. It also
closed the gap between the national
unemployment rate, which sat at 7.3
percent in August.
But New Jersey needs to help busi-
nesses create more jobs. While the
state gained 60,300 jobs in the past 12
months, it lost 1,500 in August. From
July to August, more than 12,000 work-
ers stopped looking for work and left
the workforce.
That’s not good, either.
Gov. Christie recently revamped the
state’s business tax breaks in an effort
to add more jobs, but how effective
that will be might take time to tell. It’s
a good first step, as any incentive to
add more jobs is a positive step, as
long as the state isn’t digging a deeper
debt hole.
The bottom line is our workers need
more jobs because the fact is that,
while a small percentage of New Jer-
sey families are rich, most are still
struggling.
in our opinion
We’re rich!!
Well, at least some people are
Your thoughts
What, if anything, should our state
government do to incentivize businesses
to add more jobs?
please see ITALIAN, page 15
OCTOBER 2–8, 2013 –THE VOORHEES SUN 7
letter to the editor

By Freeholder Ian Leonard
It’s a great time
of year to take a
drive and view the
fall foliage. To
make that trip
more enjoyable,
the Freeholder
Board is continu-
ing our aggressive
roadway and
bridge mainte-
nance program. Soon you will have
more freshly-paved routes across
Camden County.
I consider the resurfacing and re-
construction of County roads and
maintenance of bridges a top prior-
ity of the Freeholder Board. That is
why I am happy to report that the
following projects are taking place,
or are nearing completion, this sea-
son:
• Cedarbrook Road (CR 536)
in Winslow Township
• South Cedarbrook Road (CR561-3)
in Winslow Township
• Cove Road (CR 616)
in Pennsauken Township
• East Atlantic Avenue (CR 727)
in Barrington and Lawnside
• Jarvis Road (CR687)
in Gloucester Township
• Kaighn Avenue (CR 607)
in Camden City
• Somerdale Road (CR 677/678)
in Somerdale
• West Park Boulevard (CR 641)
in Haddon Township
• Turnersville Road (CR 688)
in Pine Hill and Gloucester
Township
• Atco Avenue (CR 710)
in Waterford Township
• Highland Avenue (CR573)
in Barrington
We are also in the process of re-
constructing the Broadway Bridge
(CR 551) connecting Gloucester City
and Brooklawn. The $4,154,144.00
project includes the demolition of
the existing structure over Little
Timber Creek and construction of
a new bridge including new abut-
ments, bridge span, decking and
parapets. The project
also features new
bridge approaches,
new pedestrian side-
walks, new guide
rails, traffic striping
and roadway mark-
ings.
Reconst r uct i on
work also continues
on the West Park
Boulevard Bridge in Haddon Town-
ship. When completed this fall, the
project will include new concrete
curbing and handicap ramps, new
inlet and manhole castings, road-
way striping and markings, and full
resurfacing of the roadway ap-
proaching the bridge.
The new Baird Boulevard Bridge
and State Street Bridges are now
open to traffic in Camden City.
These spans over the Cooper River
have been completely replaced with
modern structures that will serve
the needs of motorists and pedestri-
ans for the next 100 years.
The Camden County Depart-
ment of Public Works is responsible
for maintaining over 400 center line
miles of county roadway and 50
bridges. They are dedicated to mak-
ing our area safer for motorists and
pedestrians through county high-
way construction projects, snow re-
moval and road maintenance,
including pothole repairs, street
sweeping, grass cutting and storm
drainage upkeep. The Public Works
Department is located in Linden-
wold where personnel are on call 24
hours a day, 7 days a week to serve
the residents of Camden County.
To report concerns on Camden
County roadways, call our Public
Works Hotline at (856) 566-2920 or
visit www.camdencounty.com. If
you have any other questions about
County services, please call me at
(856) 225-5305 or email me at
ileonard@camdencounty.com. Also,
you can like us on Facebook/cam-
dencountynj and follow us on Twit-
ter at @camdencounty.nj.
Camden County Road and
Bridge Improvement Projects
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If you haven’t heard of gesta-
tion crates, it’s not surprising: the
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AARP Tax-Aide is seeking vol-
unteers to assist taxpayers in the
preparation of their 2013 tax re-
turns.
AARP Tax-Aide counselors are
trained in cooperation with the
Internal Revenue Service and the
state Division of Taxation to pro-
vide personal income tax counsel-
ing and return preparation for
middle- and low-income taxpay-
ers with special attention to those
age 60 and older.
Counselors who attend orienta-
tion and training sessions and
pass the “open-book take home
examination,” provided by the
IRS, will be certified to work at
various locations throughout the
Camden County District.
New volunteers must be avail-
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training session during Novem-
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WEDNESDAY OCT. 2
Support the Jewish State and
Grow Your Portfolio: At 7 p.m. at
the Congregation Beth El. Israel
investment seminar featuring
guest speaker Andrew Brown,
overseer of Aberdeen Invest-
ment’s Israel Fund (NYSE:ISL)
Event is free and open to the
community. For information con-
tact tbarkan@bethelsnj.org, 856-
675-1166. Visit our website at
www.bethelsnj.org
Crochet and Knit Club: Age 10 to
adult. From 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
at the Voorhees Branch Library.
Bring your current project and
make friends as you knit or cro-
chet. Beginners, bring a size G or
H hook and worsted weight yarn
to learn to crochet. Call for regis-
tration at Voorhees (856-772-
1636) or register online at
www.camdencountylibrary.org/ev
ents
Sleepless Nights: Adults. Beginning
at 6:30 p.m. in the Voorhees
Branch Library. Adequate sleep
is crucial for staying healthy and
keeping your brain functioning at
peak performance. Learn what
keeps us awake and what a sleep
study can do for you. Light
refreshments will be served.
Speaker: Dr. Amita Vasoya,
Rowan SOM Dept. of Pulmonary
Medicine, Pulmonary/Critical
Care/Sleep Medicine.
Brain Tumor Support Group: 6 to 7
p.m. at The Ripa Center for
Women, 1011 Main Street Prome-
nade. A support group for people
with brain tumors and those who
care about them. Free, but regis-
tration required at
www.events.cooperhealth.org.
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 OCT. 3
MOMS Club of Cherry Hill East and
Voorhees meeting: General
membership meeting. For details,
email membership@mom-
sclubcherryhill.org or visit
www.momsclubcherryhill.org for
information.
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
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Overeaters Anonymous: 10 to 11
a.m. at Hope United Church, 700
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rubric for each element clearly
outlines what is required of a
staff member for each score,
which ranges from “unsatisfacto-
ry” to “basic” to “ proficient” to
“distinguished.”
“The rubric outlines specifical-
ly what behaviors to show,” Cran-
mer said.
Cranmer also added that this
new evaluation system was the
best fit for the Voorhees school
district because it allows teachers
to reflect and evaluate their own
performance as well as factor in
their own comments, making the
evaluation a more collaborative
effort between teachers and ad-
ministrators.
“They have more of an input,”
Cranmer said.
As of this year, teachers will be
evaluated once a year for tenure
and three times a year for non-
tenure.
Other teacher evaluation sys-
tems the district considered were
the McREL’s Teacher Evaluation
System, Stronge Teacher Evalua-
tion System, and Marzano
Teacher Evaluation. Cranmer
also added that the Framework
for Teaching is the most popular
teacher evaluation for school dis-
tricts in the region.
During the meeting, the board
also honored eight of the 17 teach-
ers retiring this year from the
Voorhees school district, as well
as two members of the Osage Ele-
mentary School faculty who have
served the district for 25 years.
Superintendent Raymond
Brosel Jr. also answered questions
from the public in regard to over-
crowding in the district’s schools,
including Osage. Brosel said the
board is currently working with
staff on the issue, but plans to or-
chestrate an open forum meeting
between parents and the board to
discuss possible solutions.
TEACHER
Continued from page 1
Teacher
evaluation
now more
collaborative
12 THE VOORHEES SUN — OCTOBER 2–8, 2013
The Mid-Autumn Moon Festi-
val was celebrated Tuesday, Sept.
17, at The Voorhees Care and Re-
habilitation Center along with
representatives of the local Chi-
nese community. Many helped
welcome the season with Chinese
senior citizens prior to celebrat-
ing with their own families and
friends.
“The event was a huge success
with hundreds in attendance, es-
teemed leaders and friends, spe-
cial performances and delicious
Chinese food!” said Grace Kong,
director of Chinese Community
with The Voorhees Care and Re-
habilitation Center.
A local Voorhees community
leader, K.K. Wu, owner of Elena
Wu’s restaurant remarked, “I’m
very impressed with this event of-
fering cultural heritage to Chi-
nese seniors and am grateful to
know these programs and servic-
es exist which cater to Chinese in
Voorhees, my hometown.”
Many Chinese leaders visited
including: Steven Tran and Irvin
Choi, president of the PA Chinese
Benevolent Association, and
Hung Lam, president of the PA
Chinese Senior Citizens Associa-
tion.
Mabel Chin, chairwoman of
the Hip Sing Association, hon-
ored the crowd with her beautiful
folk dancing, and Janne Chin,
president of the Chinese-Ameri-
can Women’s Sisterhood
Society, also helped engage the
audience.
Everyone was delighted with
the board members’ colorful cos-
tumes and dancing from Chinese
opera and other folk elements.
The leaders surprised The
Voorhees Care and Rehabilitation
Center’s Chinese Seniors with
special moon cakes and gifts.
At The Voorhees Care and Re-
habilitation Center, there is a
unique Chinese cultural unit
with Chinese staff and authentic
Chinese cuisine prepared by a
local chef.
Rehabilitation center celebrates
Mid-Autumn Moon Festival
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pack contains four
or five books with a
common theme, a
list of related songs,
rhymes and a sug-
gestion for a simple
craft. Members of
the library can
check out Kids Kits
for a three-week pe-
riod. The kits have
seasonal themes
such as fall, leaves
and pumpkins or
year-round topics
such as colors and
numbers. AT
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Lilah Tennant and
her mom Amanda
pick up a Kids Kit.
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SHANNON SADLER/The Voorhees Sun
CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Dogs and owners alike flocked to Woofstock
2013 in the hundreds on Sept. 21 in John Connolly Park. Not too sure what to
make of the event, Cooper, a four-month-old Border Collie mix, hangs back
from the crowd with owner Michelle Persiano of Mt. Laurel. Marching in a
two-dog-tandem is Lily, 7 years old, left, and Sunny, 4 years old, accompa-
nied by owner Ed Kindya of Waterford. Officer Chad Bittle and his three and a
half -year-old K-9 officer, Jax, demonstrate how to take down an assailant
during the Gloucester County K-9 Unit demonstration. Donning a tiara and
tutu, 4-year-old Australian cattle dog Mia took home first place in the Best
Dressed contest. Philadelphia string band Ferko treated festival-goers to
some classic mummer tunes. Great Dane puppy Duke watched the Gloucester
County K-9 Unit demonstration in John Connolly Park with owner Debbie
Chiaccio.
Woofstock
the founder of the Ashland Resi-
dential Coalition, a local associa-
tion of involved residents who
are instrumental in the perma-
nent preservation of 19 acres of
forest in the Ashland area of
Voorhees. ARC also spearheaded
the development and mainte-
nance of the John T. Hale Park on
West End Avenue. The park was
named in memory of Ed Hale’s fa-
ther. Ed is also the chairman of
the Voorhees Environmental
Commission and is directing the
township’s efforts to become Sus-
tainable Jersey Certified.
The freeholders also presented
a community service award to
Voorhees resident Alice Johnston
for her efforts in establishing the
Kirkwood Lake Clean-Up. Alice
formed a coalition between the
residents, local government,
county government, state govern-
ment and federal government to
increase awareness and efforts to-
ward the lake’s remediation and
increase the quality of life of the
neighborhoods surrounding the
lake.
The freeholders also presented
a donation to the Chad Gunther
Memorial Fund, a non-profit or-
ganization started by Voorhees
residents Ray and Karen Gunther
in memory of their son. The or-
ganization has provided college
scholarships to members of the
Boys and Girls Club of America
and has helped more than 300
children in Camden by sponsor-
ing the “Below the Rim” Basket-
ball Program. This year, the or-
ganization plans to use some of
the funds raised to assist the
Gibbsboro-Voorhees Athletic As-
sociation in purchasing a new
scoreboard.
** The Alicia Rose “Victorious”
Foundation will hold its 11th An-
nual Birthday Bash on Friday,
Oct. 4 from 6:30 p.m. until mid-
night at Lucien’s Manor in
Berlin. The Foundation furnishes
“Teen Centers” in hospitals to en-
hance the quality of life for teens
with cancer and other life- threat-
ening illnesses. Tickets are $130.
For more information, call 856-
784-0615 or visit www.arvf.org.
** On Saturday, Oct. 12 from
noon to 5 p.m., “International Day
2013” will be held at Eastern Re-
gional High School. The event is
free and will include internation-
al foods and multi-cultural dis-
plays that highlight our commu-
nity’s cultural diversity. The
event is sponsored by the
Voorhees Township Citizens Cul-
tural Diversity Advisory Commit-
tee as well as the Camden County
Board of Chosen Freeholders and
the Camden County Human Rela-
tions Commission. For more in-
formation, contact Chairwoman
Gwen DeVera at 856-751-1364 or at
devera6@verizon.net or visit
www.camdencounty.com.
** Voorhees Township will
again be home to the Camden
County 2013 Women’s Health Con-
ference on Saturday, Oct. 19 from
8 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Eastern Re-
gional High School. The confer-
ence is free to residents of Cam-
den County and offers experts on
topics in the areas of health, nu-
trition, exercise, family, mind,
body, spirit as well as professional
and financial wellness. Keynote
speaker is Kate Bilo, CBS 3 TV
meteorologist. Visit www.cam-
dencounty.com or call 856-225-
5433.
** The New Jersey Sons of
Italy will be hosting Italian Festa
at the Voorhees Town Center on
Saturday, Oct. 19 from 11 a.m. to 9
p.m. The event will be a celebra-
tion of Italian American cultural
and heritage. It will be a day of
great food, fun and music.
** The Farmer’s Market at the
Voorhees Town Center is open
from 8 a.m. until noon every Sat-
urday rain or shine through Oct.
5. Vendors include Fruitwood,
Bellview Winery, Davidson Exotic
Mushrooms and more, supplying
both “Jersey Fresh” and locally
grown produce, wines and more.
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ian ballroom dancing. The day
will also feature a parade of flags
from the countries represented
and a live exhibit of Pakistani
wedding dresses.
All events during International
Day are scheduled to take place in
the Eastern Regional High School
gymnasium.
In the high school’s cafeteria,
however, individuals can enjoy
cultural foods from neighboring
restaurants, free of charge.
“It’s all donations,” DeVera
said.
Restaurants sampling fare will
include Bagel Bin in Voorhees,
Classic Cake in Cherry Hill, Co-
conut Bay Fusion Cuisine in
Voorhees, and Teppanyaki Grill
and Supreme Buffet in Clemen-
ton.
The Camden County Board of
Freeholders, Voorhees Township
Cultural and Diversity Commit-
tee and Camden County Human
Relations Commission are all
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Occupation: Financial advisor and
CPA – president, HR&S Financial Servic-
es, LLC
Volunteer work: Member – Voorhees
Township Economic Development Com-
mittee
Treasurer – Camden County College
Foundation
Member – Woodland Community De-
velopment Corporation
Education Advisory Com-
mittee
Corporate member –
Philadelphia Rotary Club
Past member – Voorhees
Breakfast Rotary Club
Past member and Voorhees
Township liaison – Voorhees
Girls Softball Association
Past Member and vice-chair-
man – Voorhees Township Zon-
ing Board of Adjustment
Past member – The Good-
Looking Foundation – assisting
families dealing with autism
Past coach – Youth softball,
basketball and soccer
Member – Hope United
Methodist Church
Why are you running for com-
mittee?: To use my education,
training and experiences in business,
civic
and community organizations to help
keep Voorhees moving in the right direc-
tion.
If elected, what would be your
top priority?: To make sure Voorhees
residents get the best possible
services at the lowest possible
cost.
Occupation: Labor & Employment at-
torney for Jackson Lewis LLP
Volunteer work: Includes serving as a
pro bono attorney for the Wounded War-
rior Project; serving as a member of
KLEC (Kirkwood Lake Environmental
Committee); serving as a member of
Voorhees SPEAK (Special Needs Parents
Educators and Kids); serving as a mem-
ber of the Voorhees schools Key Commu-
nicators; serving as a member of the
Berlin-Gibbsboro-Voorhees Alliance;
serving as a board member of the Katz
JCC and creating and chairing
the Voorhees Citizen’s Budget
Advisory Committee.
Why are you running for com-
mittee?: Two words: “Checks
and Balances.”
For the past three years, I
have been honored to serve as a
new voice for Voorhees resi-
dents to check and balance the
old “business as usual” way of
operating local government
countering an out-of-touch, en-
trenched, municipal machine
that saw nothing wrong with
raising spending, raising taxes
and enriching itself and its po-
litical cronies on the backs of
Voorhees taxpayers. With my
presence, our government will
continue to be more transpar-
ent, more accountable to the res-
idents, more efficient and more
innovative.
If elected, what would be your
top priority?
My top priority is something that I
have advocated for the last three years. In-
creasing non-tax revenue to our town-
ship. Instead of turning to the taxpayers
for more money every time something on
the township’s wish-list needs improve-
ments, we should be partnering with our
local businesses to share in these costs
while at the same time promoting them!
These public-private partnerships can
have a demonstrable positive impact on
property taxes while at the same time
providing unheralded exposure for our
township commercial rateable base.
MIKE FRIEDMAN
KURT STROEMEL
Every week, The Sun will ask candidates in the Nov. 5
election for committee seats to respond to questions
pertinent to local issues. You can find all the responses
online at www.voorheessun.com. This week’s questions:
1.) Why are you running for committee?
2.) If elected, what would be your top priority?
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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
Seniors: 2 to 3 p.m. every Thurs-
day. Led by Fox Rehabilitation
exercise physiologist at Emeritus
at Voorhees. Call (877) 407-3422
for more information and to reg-
ister.
Voorhees Central Chapter of BNI
Breakfast: 7 a.m. at The Man-
sion, 3000 Main St. BNI is a busi-
ness and professional referral
organization. For more informa-
tion visit www.bnidvr.com.
FRIDAY OCT. 4
Adult Anime and Manga Club: Ages
16 and up. From 4 to 5:30 p.m. in
the Voorhees Branch Library.
Share snacks while we talk about
your favorite anime stories and
characters and watch the newest
series. Call for registration at
Voorhees (856-772-1636) or reg-
ister online at www.camden-
countylibrary.org/events
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 OCT. 5
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 OCT. 6
Ashland Church: Sunday service at
10:30 a.m. with full children’s pro-
grams through Sept. 2. Sunday
school for all ages at 9 a.m. Child-
care and children services avail-
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protective, she's your girl. See more on Jessie
and other adoptable cats and dogs.
For more information on this pet or other
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Camden County is hosting the
8th Annual Camden County
Sports Hall of Fame Dinner and
induction ceremony on Thursday,
Oct. 24. At that time, 13 local
sports legends will be honored for
their contributions to athletics.
The current class of inductees
has been to the pantheon of ath-
letic greatness from Collingswood
High School graduate Gary
Williams’ historic 2002 national
championship run with the Uni-
versity of Maryland to a key
member of the 1981 Penn State
National Championship team,
and Sterling High School gradu-
ate, Ken Kelly.
This group of athletes and
chroniclers of the games has bro-
ken records and represented the
very best Camden County has to
offer in their respective sports.
This year's inductees will be Todd
Azar, Rosemary Deniken Blank-
ley, Laraine Styles Flynn, Ralph
Ipri, Kelley, Al Mattern, Larry
Mauriello, Bill Narleski, Kelli
James Precourt, Jim Ryan,
Meghan Bolger Stasi, Kevin Walls
and Williams.
The event will take place at The
Crowne Plaza, 2349 West Marlton
Pike in Cherry Hill at 5 p.m.
Proceeds benefit the Camden
County Sports Hall of Fame. To
purchase tickets or place an ad in
the dinner program, call (856) 401-
2451 or email halloffame@cam-
dencounty.com.
Camden County Sports Hall
of Fame Dinner is Oct. 24
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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. at 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 OCT. 7
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.
*
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how much reliable information
younger students and parents can
find to do homework from a home
Internet connection through
services offered by the Camden
County Library System.
New this year, the library is
providing library cardholders
free access on its website to the
services of Tutor.com. Students
and adult learners can get one-on-
one online tutoring to help with
their homework questions at
www.camdencountylibrary.org/t
utor.
Also Kid’s Zone is a special sec-
tion on the library’s website that
includes homework help in a va-
riety of forms. Go to the library’s
home page at www.camden-
countylibrary.org/ and click on
Using the library at the top where
visitors will find the Kids Zone
menu that includes a link to the
Homework Help page.
The Homework Page has a va-
riety of websites that are great
sources of information for stu-
dents and parents. The page also
offers a link to Ask a Librarian
service by email, telephone or on-
site at one of the library’s eight
branches.
Searchasaurus is one of the re-
sources available on the home-
work help page that enables stu-
dents and their parents to search
thousands of articles.
It has an online general ency-
clopedia and an animal encyclo-
pedia that offers a lot of informa-
tion about animals from around
the world.
The Homework Help page also
offers Primary Search, a database
geared to finding age-appropriate
magazine articles for children.
Some of the sources on Kids
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County libraries offer resources
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ents with newborns and infants.
Bring your baby, meet friends,
ask questions and chat about
your parenting experience. To
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Six-Week Beginner Yoga Series:
Adults. From 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
the Voorhees Branch Library.
Yoga is often thought of as mov-
ing meditation. In each class we’ll
combine strength-building pos-
tures with controlled breathing
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Call for registration at Voorhees
(856-772-1636) or register online
at www.camdencountylibrary.org
/events
Intermediate French Class: Adults.
From 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the
Voorhees Branch Library. Les-
sons are lively and interactive in
this comprehensive French lan-
guage program. Build on existing
skills to expand fluency in reading
and speaking. Lessons empha-
size conversational skills and pro-
ficiency in French grammar and
vocabulary.
Short Story Discussion: Beginning
at 1 p.m. in the Voorhees Branch
Library. “The Pit and the Pendu-
lum” by Edgar Allan Poe. Take
part in lively discussions of short
stories. This program is offered in
conjunction with Kennedy
Eldermed. Each month’s story
can be obtained at the Informa-
tion desk on the first floor.
Horticultural Society of South
Jersey meeting: 7 p.m. at Car-
man Tilelli Community Center,
Cherry Hill Municipal Complex,
820 Mercer St. New topic at each
meeting. For more information
visit www.hssj.org.
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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FOREIGN LANGUAGE
FALL PROGRAMS!
Dynamic Language Kids Fall Programs at Haddonfield Friends School
Have Your
Child/Teen Learn:
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Languages taught by native fluent
language coaches on site.
Sessions begin October 12
Seats Are Limited - Call Today (848) 333-6997
www.dynlanguage.com
Spanish
Mandarin
Italian
French
In A Small Group Setting
Private Language Coaching Available Too
Special to The Sun
Pictured at the grand opening ceremony of Baked and Sconed Bakery are (from left) Stanley
Bukowski, Alexis Collins, Voorhees Mayor Michael Mignogna, owner Andrea Bukowski, Daniel
Collins and Amy Collins. Mignogna stopped by to help with the ribbon cutting to celebrate the
opening of Voorhees Township’s newest bakery. Baked and Sconed is focused on providing high-
quality service and customer satisfaction. All products are freshly baked with only the highest
quality ingredients. The bakery is located at 200 White Horse Road.
Baked and Sconed Bakery opens in Voorhees
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100-200 Amp Service
Ceiling

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ROOFING & SIDING
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856-240-8109
Home Improvement
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Gutters • Carpentry & More
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HVAC
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65
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Must present coupon at time of estimate. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Expires 10/31/13.
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Local Company Based in Marlton for 35 years.
National/American Waterproofing
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856-767-4443
www.americanwatermanagement.com.
Lic # 13VH06045200
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• Pruning, Topping and Removal
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Tree & Shrub Pruning
Tree Removal · Stump Grinding
Bucket Truck · Chipping Service
Fully Insured
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609-953-9794
609-405-3873
Lic #13VH03950800
ISA Cert. Arborist NJ-0993A

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POWERWASHING
Remove Black Mold & Algae
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Concrete Driveways
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Sealing & Staining
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Tree Service LLC
Tree, Stump, & Brush Removal
Tree Trimming Land Clearing
Bucket Truck & Backhoe NJ Lic #13vh05439500
“Trees cut for less!”
Fully Insured • Free Estimates
(856) 983-0351
Expert Tree Care
by Dave Macneil
Trimming, Removal, Land Clearing
Fully Insured, Quality Work
Serving Medford & Tabernacle Area
for 25 Years
609-859-1506
Tutoring
READING ASSISTANCE
AVAILABLE
heed a pat|eot, mot|vat|og t0tor?
Certified Reading Specialist for
K-12, College Students, and Adults
Assessments, Phonics,
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and Organizational Skills.
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VisualProcessing Disorders.
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home and school goals and
accommodations.
Customized one-to-one tutoring
in your home or my office.
Ellen Topiel HIT The Books Reading
and Student Services
Holistic Innovative Tutoring
(609) 410-2674
GLASS REPAIR
Fogged Units • Insulating Glass • Window/Patio Door Repairs
Table Tops • Mirrors • Shower Doors

Windows
Tree Service
Tree Service
Identity
Print
Web
Tom Engle
www.spectdesigns.com
LET THE SUNS
WORK FOR
YOU!
Call 856-427-0933
for Advertising Info.
CLASSIFIED OCTOBER 2-8, 2013 — THE VOORHEES SUN 31
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT:
Elite team of trainers and coaches now spearheading the
expansion of a major business all throughout the northeast
and looking for motivated, business minded leaders who not
only want to diversify their income, but who enjoy teaching,
coaching and training other people on how to run a business.
Although we are a global corporation, our
aggressive expansion is getting the attention of
people in virtually every background. We are
involved with a multi-trillion/year deregulation in
telecommunications and now, in the deregulation of
energy! We work with numerous Fortune 100
companies. In Spring 2011, we were featured on
Prime Time Television based on what we've done.
We will teach you all of the aspects of our business!
• Trainers, public speakers, coaches, sales
consultants
• Work & teach in one on one situations, small
groups, large ballroom settings, and even on
stage in front of 20,000 people
• Be your own boss
• Set your own hours
• Capitalize on three of the biggest industries in the
world: telecommunications, energy, banking
• Work from home
• Company rewards trips
• Unlimited income potential: Compensation is
performance based including weekly bonuses
and monthly residual pay
• Customize a plan that fits your desired income,
schedule, family life
Please send contact information / resume to the
following email address:
dosomethingsignificant@yahoo.com

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