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Costume swap
Pinelands Library to host
annual Halloween event. PAGE 5
By NICK COHEN
The Sun
The freshman four.
Freshmen flight squad.
Four freshmen, an eagle and a
high school.
Come up with any nickname
you’d like for Samantha Derkas,
Kaitlyn Birnbohm-Kaminski,
Kasey Mitchell and Abigail Regn
because, though it is still early in
the season, the Golden Eagle field
hockey team is flying high with
the addition of four freshmen
varsity starters.
Four freshmen contributing on
the varsity level is a rarity but a
welcome one for head coach Julie
Smith.
“I want to know that they are
going to get consistent playing
time if they’re going to be on the
varsity team, otherwise I want to
let them play together on the
freshman team,” Smith said. “For
them to be able to play together
and build that trust and familiari-
ty with each other is important.
But these four girls were able to
contribute on varsity right away.”
The four girls proved through-
out camp and preseason they
were ready to play at the varsity
level.
“Kasey and Abby played in
summer league and showed they
were ready for the challenge.
Kaitlyn came to run and lift with
the team over the summer, she’s a
great athlete. Sammy I saw play
in a tournament over the sum-
mer, and she was just so fast.
She’s so eager to learn, she’s like
a sponge,” Smith said.
With such a young core of tal-
ent, the challenge early on for
Seneca was harnessing that abili-
ty into a winning team.
“We knew we had the ability,
but we struggled in the presea-
son. It was about finding that con-
fidence in ourselves, and then we
started to recognize how good we
could be,” Smith said.
Seneca opened the season win-
ning six of eight games before
playing to a draw against Wash-
ington Township on Oct. 1. But by
no means does that leave the
Golden Eagles with nothing to
work on, Smith said.
“The biggest thing we need to
work on is to not give up. Not give
up on plays, not give up on games.
They give themselves a little time
off during games. They’ll take
plays off, and we can’t do that if
we want to be successful. I’ve
been helping them dig deep and
know they have to play a full
game for us to win,” Smith said.
Birnbohm-Kaminski provides
a spark off the bench for the Gold-
en Eagles, which is something the
team has lacked in recent years,
Smith said.
“Our depth has been really
strong this season, and a lot of
the time the girls coming in fresh
off the bench are the ones who
are scoring goals for us,” Smith
said.
Senior goaltenders Gianna
Petagno and Cailey Talbot have
been a steadying force for the
Golden Eagles as they have com-
bined to allow only 14 goals in the
team’s first nine games.
Learning to fly
NICK COHEN/The Sun
Senior Colleen Kazokas battles for a loose ball against a player from Lenape in a Sept. 23 game Seneca
won, 2-1. Seneca opened its season winning six of its first eight games counting on freshmen Samantha
Derkas, Kaitlyn Birnbohm-Kaminski, Kasey Mitchell and Abigail Regn as well as senior goaltenders Gian-
na Petagno and Cailey Talbot.
Seneca’s field hockey team starts
season strong with young players
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“Any voter who has requested a
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By NICK COHEN
The Sun
Pinelands Library is offering a
solution to those parents tired of
shelling out money for new kids’
costumes each Halloween.
The branch’s annual
costume swap is set
for Saturday, Oct. 11
beginning at 10 a.m.
at 39 Allen Ave. in
Medford.
The costume
swap allows
those in the
area to donate
their costume
and receive a
ticket to pick
up another
one. All the
costume dona-
tions are through
the library.
“It has been hugely successful,
so much so it has become some-
thing we do every year,” said
Christina Etslow, youth services
coordinator at the main branch in
Westampton. “So many children
grow out of costumes,
and it’s sitting in boxes
or drawers.”
The idea originat-
ed with Danielle
Haubrich, the
youth services li-
brarian at
Pinelands.
“It actually
came from an
off-hand con-
versation with
a mom at a cos-
tume event,”
Haubrich said.
“She comment-
ed the costumes
were expensive and
wished parents could do a swap at
the end of the year. The comment
stuck with me to the following
Halloween, and it grew from
there and continues to grow.”
Participants do not need to be a
library cardholder to donate and
swap. Residents in the area are
encouraged to come to the event
with their children.
“We just want to help the com-
munity and this is a good way to
reach everyone,” Haubrich said.
Gently used and complete cos-
tumes will be accepted for the
event, according to Etslow.
“We wanted kids to get the full
experience of getting a costume
for free that they could potential-
ly buy,” Etslow said.
The number of attendees has
grown each year since the pro-
gram began five years ago.
Tricks, treats and costumes
Pinelands Library plans annual costume swap for Oct. 11
please see LEFTOVER, page 7
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ship received a boost from Investors Bank
with a $5,000 grant to Habitat for Humanity
of Burlington County, an affiliate of Habi-
tat for Humanity International. As an au-
tonomous not-for-profit corporation, all
Habitat for Humanity of Burlington Coun-
ty projects must be supported by local
funds. Since its founding in 1987, the organ-
ization has built 41 homes throughout the
county.
“We rely on the commitment of the com-
munity to support our mission to provide
decent and affordable housing to people in
Burlington County,” said Lori Leonard, ex-
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renovating in Riverside.”
Habitat for Humanity of Burlington
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communities served by Investors Bank.
“Every human being deserves a place to
live, and Habitat for Humanity of Burling-
ton County has been providing homes for
the last 27 years,” said Carmine Pannullo,
a senior market manager for Investors
Bank. “We are so proud to support this
wonderful organization.”
Habitat for Humanity of Burlington
County builds or renovates houses with
the help of volunteer labor and donated
materials. Houses are sold with a zero-in-
terest, 20- to 30-year affordable mortgage to
a family that contributes 250 to 400 hours of
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time every year. While it’s an
issue that is associated with bigger-
budget elections such as for Congress,
governor and president, it’s not some-
thing that passes by local elections.
And that’s a shame – a real shame.
Elections at every level should be
about who’s right for the job, not who
can raise, and spend, the most money.
Campaign funding reform has been
discussed, and implemented, time and
again, but it’s not an easy thing to con-
trol. There are plenty of loopholes,
and it can be hard to track.
At the local level, though, it should
be easier – and it should be regulated.
Last year, one local municipality
passed a pay-to-play ordinance that we
believe every town in New Jersey
should adopt.
Moorestown originally passed an or-
dinance to align its campaign contri-
bution limits to that of the state –
$2,600 for professional business enti-
ties and $7,200 for political action com-
mittees. Residents complained,
though, and for good reason. Those
numbers were a substantial increase
from the town’s original limits of $300
and $500, respectively.
After signatures were gathered op-
posing the change, Moorestown re-
versed the ordinance and returned its
contribution limits to the lower levels.
It was a good move, and one that we
encourage other towns to make, if
they haven’t already.
We’re all for pay-to-play ordinances
that protect local towns from being
run by outside influences such as cor-
porations or other political entities.
Local politics, more so than any other
form of government, should be about
the residents of the town.
Local elections should be about the
candidates involved and what they
will do for the town and its residents.
Period. It shouldn’t be about what
businesses want to see or “political
machines” want to see. It’s about the
people.
We encourage all local councils,
commissions and committees in New
Jersey to pass regulations on contribu-
tion limits, if such regulations aren’t
already on the books.
It’s election season, and as we watch
debates and read about issues from
candidates at the state level – and hear
of even more trouble at the federal
level – it’s hard not to lose confidence
in the honesty and integrity of politics
today.
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“We’re expecting our biggest
turnout yet this year,” Haubrich
said. “It’s so exciting to see kids
get costumes. They get to make
their selection, and the kids are
thrilled to pick one out.”
The costumes swapped don’t
need to be used strictly for Hal-
loween.
The library is encouraging par-
ents to bring their kids who are in
need of dress-up costumes.
“Parents brought their kids in
for something to play with as
well. Costumes can get expen-
sive,” Etslow said.
No costume from the swap will
go to waste. All the donations
were sent to the main branch fol-
lowing Pinelands’ swap last year
and the remaining costumes after
the main branch’s swap were do-
nated to a local church.
This year, all the branches will
be donating the excess costumes
to Goodwill.
For more information, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/pinelands.
LEFTOVER
Continued from page 5
Leftover costumes
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WEDNESDAY OCT. 8
Library babies: Ages 0 to 2. 10:30
a.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
The littlest library goers are invit-
ed to join Mr. Rick for stories,
songs, rhymes and play time.
Pinelands Young at Heart Seniors
Club: At the Tabernacle Squad
Building on Hawkin Road. Begins
at noon. Call (609) 714-9175 for
more information.
THURSDAY OCT. 9
Star Wars Reads Day: 4 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Join
Mr. Rick for a special program in
honor of the third annual Star
Wars Reads Day. Come decked
out in Star Wars costumes or
attire.
Tabernacle Historical Society
meeting: 7:30 p.m. Tabernacle
Town Hall. The regular monthly
meeting of the Tabernacle Histor-
ical Society. The public is invited
to attend and learn about the
work they are doing. Refresh-
ments will be served following
the meeting.
Country Fare: Noon-8 p.m. Taberna-
cle United Methodist Church, 166
Carranza Road. Come to our
Country Fare and enjoy home-
made soups, salads, sandwiches
and apple dumplings. We also
feature homemade baked goods,
jams, jellies, craft goods, crafts,
yard sale items and a lot more.
Come for lunch, browse awhile
and stay for dinner.
FRIDAY OCT. 10
Country Fare: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Taber-
nacle United Methodist Church,
166 Carranza Road. Come to our
Country Fare and enjoy home-
made soups, salads, sandwiches
and apple dumplings. We also
feature homemade baked goods,
jams, jellies, craft goods, crafts,
yard sale items and a lot more.
Come for lunch, browse awhile
and stay for dinner.
SATURDAY OCT. 11
Halloween costume swap: 10 a.m.
at Pinelands Branch Library.
Bring a gently used costume and
accessories to the library and
swap them for another donated
costume.
TUESDAY OCT. 14
Chess club: Ages 7 to 16. 4 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Join
Mr. Rick and his young assistants
Michael and Ryan for an hour of
play and instruction. Bring a
chess set if you have one.
Stamping and paper crafting: 6:30
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Come to this level one class in
rubber-stamping and paper craft-
ing. Learn basic techniques that
can be used to make beautiful
handmade cards, scrapbook
pages and other projects.
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Route 38 in Maple Shade, which
accepts donations of building ma-
terials and supplies, appliances,
home furnishings and even cloth-
ing. The materials often come
from local contractors and corpo-
rate donors such as Home Depot,
Lowes and Toll Brothers. ReStore
resells the donated items at 50
percent to 90 percent of the retail
price to support Habitat for Hu-
manity of Burlington County’s
Affordable Housing Program. Re-
Store will pick up donations, as
well as deliver items that some-
one has purchased.
Special to The Sun
A $5,000 donation from Investors Bank will help Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County open the
door of a new home for a partner family in Riverside. Pictured from left: Habitat for Humanity of Burling-
ton County Board Member Michael Fanikos, Investors Bank Senior Market Manager Carmine Pannullo,
Board Member Steve Warrington, Investors Bank Assistant Vice President Angela Venti, Board Member
Peter Frattarelli, Executive Director Lori Leonard, Tom Meisse, Partner Family Member Annya Caceres,
and Board Members Barbara Chiusano and Charlie Kojeski.
HABITAT
Continued from page 6
Habitat accepts building material donations
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“They’ve played off each other
so well this season. Both are
strong goalies, so it’s been great
to have some flexibility there this
season. I have enough confidence
in both of them that I’ll pick who
is going to start after watching
them warm up before that day’s
game,” Smith said.
As the regular season schedule
winds down the rest of this
month, Smith said the team is
looking forward to avenge early
season defeats that came against
Bishop Eustace and Paul VI.
Those two schools were the only
ones to beat Seneca this season as
of Oct. 6.
“We’re excited about the games
coming up. We want to keep im-
proving and keep winning
games,” Smith said. “I know the
girls really want to keep this
going and keep building.”
TEAM
Continued from page 1
NICK COHEN/The Sun
Seneca freshman Samantha Derkas drives up field in a game against
district rival Lenape on Sept. 23. Derkas opened the scoring for the
Golden Eagles that day and is one of four freshmen contributing for
Seneca along with Kaitlyn Birnbohm-Kaminski, Kasey Mitchell and
Abigail Regn.
Team wants to avenge defeats
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