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Students, faculty gather for Unity Day
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
Cinnaminson Middle School
was united on April 9 when stu-
dents, faculty and parents gath-
ered in the auditorium for an as-
sembly celebrating the school’s
Unity Day.
The annual day of celebration
is the culmination and recogni-
tion of the work performed by the
school’s Unity Club.
The club is made up of more
than 100 student volunteers who
participate in extracurricular ac-
tivities that help the community
and enrich their lives, such as
food drive projects to benefit local
food banks, projects benefiting
senior citizens and trips to land-
marks to learn more about the na-
tion.
During the assembly, the entire
student body listened to songs
performed by school musicians,
heard encouraging remarks from
school officials and watched
videos of Unity Club members
during their various service ac-
tivities throughout the year.
The students also heard pre-
sentations from Unity Club mem-
bers as they spoke about the sym-
bolism of the nation’s capital,
which they visited earlier in the
year, the creation of the “Star
Spangled Banner,” the effects of
the Emancipation Proclamation
ZANE CLARK/The Sun
Pictured are Cinnaminson Middle School students at the Unity Day event on April 9. The annual day recognizes the work performed by the
school’s Unity Club, which consists of student volunteers who participate in activities that help the community, such as food drives. please see COMMUNITY, page 2
and the civil rights movement
and March on Washington for
Jobs and Freedom.
Melissa DeClementi, a health
and physical education teacher
and also a Unity Club advisor,
said the club’s theme for the year
was “Together we make a
brighter day,” and the students
did a great job showcasing and ex-
plaining that theme through their
presentations.
“We think of our theme, and
we just try to do all our activities
around that,” DeClementi said.
“We’re happy with how it turned
out today. Sometimes as you’re
going through it, you’re wonder-
ing how it’s all going to tie togeth-
er and it did. The kids did a great
job.”
DeClementi said the club advi-
sors focus on telling the club
members that it’s their job to tell
the story of the Unity Club. The
Unity Club members are the ones
who get to experience the trips
and learn everything, and it’s
their job to bring the information
back to school and spread the
group’s message.
“We want it to be a reminder
for them to do the right thing and
make the good choices and be role
models,” DeClementi said. “We’re
all going to stumble along the
way. That’s what we’re trying to
teach them.”
This year, the Unity Club fo-
cused on people who stood up for
others and tried to make a differ-
ence and basically brighten other
people’s day.
The theme included tying com-
munity service to historical
events, as the 2013-2014 school
year encompasses the 200th an-
niversary of the “Star Spangled
Banner,” the 150th anniversary of
the Emancipation Proclamation,
the 50th anniversary of the
March on Washington and the
50th anniversary of the passage
of the Civil Rights Act.
Alison Palat, a special educa-
tion teacher and Unity Club advi-
sor, said it was important to have
Unity Day to culminate all their
activities and to show the rest of
the school the importance of
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“I am very proud of our
group,” Palat said. “They worked
very hard. They had fun, but they
also learned a lot, and hopefully
they will continue to pass on
kindness.”
Superintendent Salvatore Il-
luzzi also spoke at the assembly,
and reminded students that de-
spite all the great historical
events they had talked about, the
work to improve the lives of oth-
ers was far from done.
“As we listened to the presenta-
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of Independence, to the Emanci-
pation Proclamation, to the
March on Washington in 1963,
how did it all culminate? How did
it all end? It hasn’t ended,” he
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Illuzzi then told the story of the
sit-ins that took place at lunch
counters in Greensboro, N.C., in
1960 that led to Woolworth’s de-
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racial segregation policy. He
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that changed the lives of so many
were led by young students, not
much older than those at CMS.
“Seeing what was happening
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students, exactly what was said in
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Mary Salva-Reans, who resides
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administrator of Bridges Adult
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graduate of the University of
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Elementary school hosts health fair
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
It was a day of health and wellness at
New Albany Elementary school on April 9
when the school hosted its sixth annual
student health fair.
The fair lasted the entire school day and
had the students moving between 10 health
stations throughout the school where
health professionals educated the students
about different health-related topics.
New Albany School nurse Mary Nau-
mann, and her co-chair Allyson Cooney,
put the event together by contacting differ-
ent health professionals and helping them
set up learning stations and coordinating
students between them.
Some of the stations included an exer-
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class, healthy lung information from Dr.
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press in Cinnaminson and even a Teddy
Bear Clinic where the kids could wrap and
bandage stuffed animals.
Naumann said the event was important
for the students to raise awareness and
healthy habits.
“They’re little now, so if you can start
them off on a good foot with good, healthy
habits, hopefully it will stay with them for
life,” Naumann said.
One station was headed by chiropractor
Dr. Michael Kirk of Performance Health &
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the children about backpack safety, and
said doctors are finding more kids are sus-
taining injuries such as lower back or
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Pictured are the students of Westfield Friends School as they walked to nearby Wood Park to support the
Livestrong Foundation. Parent Rachel Williams organized the event and has been participating in the
LiveStrong Challenge in Philadelphia for the past eight years after her sister passed away from cancer.
When Williams’ daughter Nicole participated in the challenge and told her classmates, the school decided
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Yoga Tyme: Ages 3 to 6. 10:30 a.m.
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THURSDAY APRIL 17
Social Laptop Class – Internet
Explorer: Adult. 10:30 a.m. Cin-
naminson Library at 1619 River-
ton Road. How to deal with tool-
bars, pop ups and settings. What
is safe to install and what is not.
Where did that bar or line come
from? What to do when it asks to
update? What are temporary
cookies and how do I get rid of
them? How to set up a home
page, or favorites and more.
These topics and more are all
open for discussion. The class is
for all computer users and is not
restricted to only laptop users.
Participants are encouraged to
bring their laptops, but it is not
required. Must have basic knowl-
edge of computer and mouse
use. Registration is required. Reg-
ister online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us,
in person or call the library at
(856) 829-9340.
Hoppy Spring Craft: Ages 5 to 12.
4:15 p.m. Cinnaminson Library at
1619 Riverton Road. Have a hop-
ping good time with stories,
crafts and games that celebrate
spring. Registration is required.
Register online at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or
call the library at (856) 829-
9340.
SATURDAY APRIL 19
Family Yoga: Ages 3 to 12 with par-
ent. 1 p.m. Cinnaminson Library at
1619 Riverton Road. Be fit, have
fun, Join Miss Debbie, certified
yoga instructor, and learn yoga
poses with family. Please wear
comfortable clothes and bring a
towel or mat. Registration is
required. Register online at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or
call the library at (856) 829-
9340.
SUNDAY APRIL 20
Myth-Busters at Cinnaminson
Baptist: 6:30 p.m. the Rev. Dr. Bill
Waltz, pastor of Cinnaminson
Baptist, leads a series of studies
called “Myth-Busters!” Like the
TV show, he will take on popular
teachings (myths) related to the
Christian faith, such as the exis-
tence of God, spirituality, angels,
Jesus, the Bible and history and
heaven. Informative handouts
will be included. All are welcome.
Cinnaminson Baptist is at the cor-
ner of New Albany and Parry
roads. For more information call
(856) 829-3434.
MONDAY APRIL 21
Cinnaminson Township Committee
meeting: 7:30 p.m. the third Mon-
day of the month at the municipal
building, 1621 Riverton Road, Cin-
naminson. All meetings open to
the public. For more information
and to confirm meeting time, visit
www.cinnaminsonnj.org
TUESDAY APRIL 22
Cinnaminson Township Planning
Board meeting: 7:30 p.m. the
fourth Tuesday of the month at
the municipal building, 1621 River-
ton Road, Cinnaminson. For more
information and to confirm meet-
ing time, visit www.cinnaminson-
nj.org
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APRIL 16–22, 2014 –THE CINNAMINSON SUN 9
Kids learn about
medication safety
tivities, the more it will benefit
them later in life.
“Some of the kids being second
graders, I talked to them when
they were first graders and
kindergarteners, and I’m ab-
solutely amazed at what some of
them retain,” Kirk said. “I go over
some of the things that I taught
them and they actually remem-
ber it, which is very important as
well. It’s not falling on deaf ears.”
In another room leading the
fair’s nutrition station was Jon
Forman of Rutgers University’s
Master Gardener program, which
trains volunteers to assist Rut-
gers in delivering horticulture in-
formation to the public.
Forman was in costume as his
character Broccoli-man, which he
developed as a funny way to com-
municate with younger genera-
tions and get them involved in
eating healthy, eating green, eat-
ing organic and concentrating on
vegetables.
“I basically talk to the younger
children just to really get them to
understand and to be able to iden-
tify all the vegetables that we
have available and to encourage
them to eat the vegetables,” For-
man said. “I also spend some time
to encourage them to have their
families grow the vegetables in
their own homes. I think that’s
important.”
Pharmacist Margie Shepherd,
who also has a child attending the
school, ran the safe drugs station
along with fellow pharmacist
Kathy Price.
Together they showed a video
on poison education and preven-
tion and then educated kids on
the role of a pharmacist by show-
ing them things they don’t often
see, such as counting tablets, fil-
ing vials and pharmacy prescrip-
tion labels.
“I think it’s important to teach
the kids about medication safety,”
Shepherd said. “They hear a lot
about drugs. We give them a lot of
education about drugs and avoid-
ing drugs, but to teach them
about medication and what it’s all
about and how to use it safely – I
think that’s really important.”
Parent Magdalena Armijos
was also at the event, and she had
a unique perspective on the fair,
as she and her son just moved to
America from Spain seven
months ago.
She said both the fair and the
American education system are
still new to her, and everything
catches her attention as she looks
at things from an outside perspec-
tive.
“I thought it was very interest-
ing to expose children to all these
events related to health and nutri-
tion and first aid,” Armijos said.
“I think it’s very educational and
quite an experience for them.”
She also had high praise for the
school itself.
“I have never seen that, to have
a classroom with two or three
teachers,” Armijos said. “That
makes it for kids so that no one
can fall behind. You cannot fall
behind. The classes are taught in
a way that is so clear to children.
Children learn because they
make it so clear and they have
other teachers roaming and run-
ning around.”
KIDS
Continued from page 6
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Fully Insured
D.E.C. Contracting
609-953-9794
609-405-3873
Lic #13VH03950800
ISA Cert. Arborist NJ-0993A
R&L TREE SERVICE
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24 Hr. Emergency Service
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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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