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JUNE 2430, 2015

Around
the World
in Three
Days

Eastern Regional High School Class of 2015

Signal Hill Elementary


students travel
the world without
leaving their school
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun

ZANE CLARK/The Sun

It was all smiles for these two seniors and many more at Eastern Regional High Schools commencement ceremony for the class of
2015. Parents, family members, friends, faculty and of course the students themselves all turned out for the schools 49th commencement ceremony on June 18. Despite some clouds in the sky, the students mortarboards stayed dry as the received their diplomas and
walked off the field toward their futures. For more photos, please see page 10. For a list of graduating seniors, please see page 11.

In Jules Vernes classic novel,


Phileas Fogg attempted to make
his famous trip around the world
in just 80 days, but Fogg could
have learned a thing or two from
the students at Signal Hill Elementary School, who recently
made their own trip around the
world in only three.
This year at Signal Hill, June
15, 16 and 17 marked the schools
second annual "Around the World
in Three Days" activities.
During the three days, students
spent their time educating one
another about the people, foods,
cultures, landmarks, geography
and almost anything else one
please see EVENT, page 14

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


District goals
Eastern BOE reviews
progress. PAGE 7

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 1923
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

2 JUNE 2430, 2015

Library offers
computer
classes in July
The Voorhees branch of the
Camden County Library is offering several classes on a variety of
topics for adults during July.
Being computer literate can be
useful for personal business and
may even help on the job, so
check out a class or two. Please
note some classes require familiarity with a computer.
Welcome to the Web Adult
Intermediate. Tuesday, July 7,
10:30 a.m. Using a web browser,
navigating a webpage, basics of
using a search engine. Must know
how to use the mouse.
Microsoft Word I Adult Advanced. Tuesday, July 14, 7
p.m. Creating, editing and saving
of a word processing document.
Must know how to use the mouse.
Microsoft Excel Adult advanced Wednesday, July 22, 7
p.m. Basic overview of the Excel
program, working with a spreadsheet, formatting and more. Must
know how to use a mouse.
Microsoft Word II Tuesday,
July 28, 7 p.m. Creating bulleted
lists, setting margins, basic tables, inserting clip-art and Word
Art.
Registration for the July classes and can be done online at
www.camdencountylibrary.org/e
vents or by calling (856_ 772-1636
ext. 7388. Classes tend to fill
quickly, so dont delay.

on campus
The following Voorhees residents graduated from Widener
University: Leelabati
Biswas
earned a bachelors of science in
biochemistry; Amanda Chang
earned a bachelors of science in
nursing; Francesca Delvecchio
earned a masters of social work;
and Magdeleine Vasso earned a
doctor of philosophy in nursing.
University of the Sciences recognized graduates from the
Voorhees area: Kaltrina Pacuku
graduated with a masters of occupational therapy degree and
Sona Singh graduated cum laude
with a doctor of physical therapy
degree.

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Fusion auditions
set for June 26
The Fusion Performing Arts
Centers newest production for
the adult theater company is the
new, original musical Adam's Redemption.
This is a dark, bloody, slightly
disturbing musical about a vampire who wants to regain his mortality. This is no sparkly teen
drama, and inappropriate for performers under 17 years of age.
But for those whod like to be involved in an emerging new work
with teeth, come audition. Men
and women of all colors, backgrounds, shapes and persuasions
are encouraged to join the cast.
Performances are the weekend
of Aug. 28, 29 and 30.
Auditions will be held Friday,
June 26 at 7 p.m. at the Fusion
Performing Arts Center, 1040
Voorhees Town Center.
Email info@fusion-pac.org to
arrange an audition time-slot.
Performers are asked to prepare a short monologue and a
song. Dance and fight experience
are a plus, but are not required
for casting.

on campus
Alexander Rai of Voorhees attained summa cum laude graduation in two associate programs at
the Burlington County College, in
the degrees of education and political science. Additionally, Rai
retains membership to Psi Beta,
Psychology
Honor
Society
(Philadelphia charter founder),
Phi Theta Kappa Society, Alpha
Beta Gamma Society (International Business) and Gamma
Beta Phi (Community Service
Honors mission).
Alyssa R. Maslen of Voorhees
was among the more than 930
bachelor's and associate's degree
recipients at The University of
Scranton undergraduate commencement on May 31 at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
in Wilkes-Barre.
Maslen earned a bachelors of
science degree in liberal studies.

COLLEGE NEWS
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JUNE 2430, 2015 THE VOORHEES SUN 5

Parent voices anger


to BOE over attempts
to receive HIB report
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
A significant portion of the
public comment section of the
June 15 Voorhees Township
School District Board of Education meeting was dedicated to one
parents attempts to get information on the investigation of a Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying incident she said took place
against her child.
During the public comment
portion of the meeting, parent
Cynthia Kahn described how in
May, she called her childs school
to report a HIB incident that happened to her child around the end
of March.
Kahn said she believed state
HIB guidelines required an inves-

tigation of the incident, with the


findings brought before the board
at the next May meeting after
Kahn reported the incident,
which Kahn said did not happen.
Kahn also described having a
meeting with Superintendent
Raymond Brosel Jr. and Assistant
Superintendent of
Business
Frank DeBerardinis, but believed
the incident was being swept
under the carpet and it was absolutely disgusting.
With a report on the findings of
a potential HIB incident on the
June 15 meetings agenda for approval from the board, Kahn said
she believed the law required the
district to release the findings to
her.
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Voorhees packs in the activities around town


As the weather heats up, so do activities
in Voorhees.
On April 26, Voorhees Township celebrated Earth Day at Eastern Regional High
School. The event included many fun family activities and was coordinated by the
Voorhees Environmental and Cultural Education Foundation along with the Rutgers
University Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability.
On the morning of April 28, I attended
the meeting of the Key Communicators of
Voorhees, a roundtable discussion among
key opinion leaders in our community who
identify public opinion about the schools
and pass along information about the
schools to our community.
From May 1 to May 11, the Voorhees
Town Center again hosted a carnival to
benefit the NephCure Foundation. Thousands of people enjoyed great food, good
music and exciting rides for a wonderful

cause.
On
May
2,
Voorhees was once
again proud to be
the home of the
2015
Womens
Health Conference
presented by the
Camden
County
Freeholders
at
Eastern Regional
High School. The
day included presentations from
experts
about
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nancial wellness.
Also, the same day, the Voorhees Township Rabies Clinic was held at Lions Lake
Complex, providing almost 200 free rabies

vaccinations to our dogs and cats.


On May 6, I was honored to be part of
Easterns 50th anniversary celebration.
For a half century, Eastern has molded the
lives of our young people.
On May 15, the Annual Animal Welfare
Association Paws & Feet 5K Race & Doggie
Fun Day was held at Cooper River Park.
The event included pet contests, demonstrations and entertainment. Money raised
goes toward the adoption center and the
care of homeless animals.
On May 20, the monthly luncheon meeting of the Voorhees Business Association
was held at Rodizio Grill. The VBA provides a forum for business persons and
businesses in the Voorhees area to meet
and to share and discuss concerns and interests of a civic, commercial, cultural and
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JUNE 2430, 2015 THE VOORHEES SUN 7

Eastern BOE discusses status


of district goals at June meeting
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
At the June 17 meeting of the
Eastern Camden County Regional School District Board of Education, the district gave a status
report on its goals for the 20142015 school year.
The list of goals consisted of
four objectives set by the districts
advisory council, which includes
members of the BOE, student
leaders, staff members, committee members and administrators.
According to Robert Cloutier,
director of curriculum, instruction and professional development, the goals were increasing
the performance of students with
disabilities on state assessments
in English and math, increasing
the number of 11th- and 12thgrade students taking at least one
AP exam and AP course, and increasing overall daily attendance.
Regarding students with disabilities, Cloutier said in 20132014, which is the latest school
performance report available,
there was a slight improvement
in math scores to 49.1 percent, but
the district still did not meet the
state target of 70.8 percent.
The state has significantly
moved the target about 5 percentage points each year, which is far
surpassing our improvements,
Cloutier said.
For English scores in 2013-14,
Cloutier said the district was at
78.2 percent, and although that
was below the state target of 80.5
percent, the district met the confidence interval and therefore was
counted as meeting the target.
Cloutier credited improvements in the English curriculum,
and said for math, the district is
continuing to improve on the assessments and benchmarks and
hopes to fill a vacant special education position with someone
who is highly qualified in math.
For the second district goal of
getting more students grades 11
and 12 to take at least one AP
exam, Cloutier said the last
school performance report had
27.8 percent of students doing so,

which was a steady improvement


but still below the 35 percent
mark the district set for itself.
For the third goal of getting
more students in grades 11 and 12
to take at least one AP course,
Cloutier said the number was
currently at 39.8 percent, just
under the 40 percent goal the district had set. Cloutier noted that
this year about 800 students took
at least one AP course, and for
next school year, students with requests for at least one AP course
were already more than 900.
This summer, we are sending
six teachers to AP summer institutes. In past summers, weve

only sent two teachers on average, Cloutier said.


Eastern Principal Robert Tull
Jr. spoke about the fourth district
goal of increasing attendance,
and said the district was doing so
through initiatives such as building a net around students who
miss days, starting early in the
year and including conferences
with parents.
For the 2015-2016 year, Cloutier
spoke of a fifth goal to be added,
which would be research into a
new bell schedule that would
allow students to take eight classes throughout the year by moving
to a common lunch.

Fourth of July concert


and fireworks
By Freeholder Jeffrey Nash
The Freeholder
Board will host the
3rd annual Camden
Waterfront
Freedom Festival
and Fourth of July
fireworks display
on Saturday, July 4,
2015. The festival is
set to run from 5:00
to 9:30 p.m. and will
include concerts, a veterans tribute and conclude with a spectacular,
world-class
fireworks
display over the Delaware River.
We expect more than 150,000
visitors to Wiggins Waterfront
Park this summer for events
ranging from great entertainment like the Fourth of July Fireworks and Sunset Jazz Series to
activities such as waterfront yoga
and workout Wednesdays. My
colleagues on the Freeholder
Board and I know how much residents enjoy the outdoors, and we
strive to continually improve
Camden County's parks so that
they provide maximum entertainment and fun for the whole
family.
The Freedom Festival will feature a variety of fun activities for
children to enjoy, including jugglers, face painting and inflatable
bounce houses. For adults, the
festival will also feature a Beer
Garden, with local brewers, distillers and vineyards like Flying
Fish, Cooper River Distillers and
wine from Sharrott. Free event
parking will be provided at the
Waterfront, courtesy of the City
of Camden Parking Authority beginning at 4 p.m.
The Independence Day festivities begin with the dedication of
the Camden County Veterans
Stage and an American Music
Tribute to our veterans by the
Philharmonic of Southern New
Jersey at 5 p.m. The music con-

tinues at 6:30 p.m.


with Kathy Sledge,
the legendary voice
of We Are Family.
Blood, Sweat and
Tears takes the
stage at 8 p.m. followed by a fireworks show over
the Delaware River
at 9:30 p.m.
The Freedom Festival continues with Military Appreciation
Day on July 5 as Camden County
salutes our troops with discounted admission to the Adventure
Aquarium
and
the
Battleship New Jersey. The Battleship New Jersey offers active
military, WWII veterans and former USS NJ crewmembers free
tours.
We invite everyone to come out
to the Camden Waterfront for a
weekend full of music, food, fireworks and fun for the entire family. We hope you can join us as the
regions largest fireworks show
lights up the Delaware River.
Wiggins Waterfront Park is located at Riverside Drive and Dr.
Martin Luther King Boulevard in
Camden. All of the events are
made possible through a joint
partnership between the Camden
County Freeholder Board, the
City of
Camden, WMGK
102.9FM, Camden Waterfront
Partners, Coopers Ferry Partnership and the City of Camden
Parking Authority.
For more information on Camden
County,
please
visit
www.camdencounty.com. If you
have any other questions about
County services, please call me at
(856) 225-5466, or email me at
jnash@camdencounty.com. Also,
you can like us on Facebook at
www.Facebook.com/camdencountynj and follow us on Twitter
@camdencountynj.

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Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Watch stories come
to life at this drop-in story time
with local performer Mr. Malcolm.
Next Chapter Book Club: Adult. 7
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. The Next Chapter Book Club offers weekly
opportunities for adults and
teens with intellectual and developmental disabilities to read and
learn together, talk about books
and make friends in a relaxed,
community setting. Please contact Rosemary Scalese at (856)
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limited.
Scrabble Group: 1 to 3 p.m. at
Voorhees Branch Library. Take a
break and enjoy a challenging
game of Scrabble with a few
friends. Held in conjunction with
Kennedy Eldermed.
Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club:
7:15 a.m. at Short Hills Deli &
Restaurant, 486 East Evesham

Road, No. 103, Cherry Hill. For


more
information
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g.
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
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Voorhees Central Chapter of BNI
Breakfast: 7 a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main St. BNI is a business and professional referral
organization. For more information visit www.bnidvr.com.
BNI Marlton Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main
St., Voorhees. BNI is a business
and professional networking
referral organization. Join us to
learn more about how to grow
your business. Call Ray for details
at (609) 760-0624.

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Library at 203 Laurel Road. Little
ones meet new friends! The
library provide the toys and
books but no organized programming.
Toddler's Playgroup: Ages 18 - 36
months. 11 a.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road. Play
with new friends! The library provides the toys and books but no
organized programming.
Senior Card Group: Adult. 12:45 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Seniors meet, weekly, to play various card games.
Pokmon Fun Night! Ages 5-11. 6:30
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Trade cards,
make a craft and play Wii on the
big screen. No valuable cards
please.
Coffee with Voorhees Committeeman Mike Friedman: 8 a.m. at
Panera Bread in Voorhees, 1200
White Horse Road. A chance for
residents to discuss township and
government issues with their committeeman. All are welcome.

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Next meeting is Aug. 26


NEXT
Continued from page 5
Who can I expect to be giving
me a copy of this, because your
attorney said not to call the
school because its supposed to go
through him? So maybe someone
can address up there when can I
expect a written copy of the findings of the HIB? Kahn asked.
Board President Richard Nelson informed Kahn that as she
had hired an attorney to deal
with the matter, she and her attorney would have to go through
BOE solicitor Howard Mendelson
and not the board regarding the
situation.
Kahn said the district was ignoring phone calls and emails
from her and her lawyer, which
Mendelson denied.
We are in fact talking with
each other, Mendelson said. If
he has represented to you that I
am not talking to him, that is not
in fact true.
Mendelson said the public BOE
meeting was not the appropriate
venue for the discussion, suggested she was reading the law incorrectly, and several times suggested she speak with her lawyer.
In other news:
Board member Rich Wojdon
spoke regarding a Milestone
Award he received from the New
Jersey School Boards Association
for having served 30 years on the
Voorhees Township Board of Education.

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does mean something, it was all
the educators before him and in
the district who meant everything.
You are what make the system, Wojdon said. All we have to
do is vote yes, we want that person here, and seeing all of you
stand here, I know we made a
heck of a lot of right decisions.
Jeanne DelColle of Stockton
Universitys teacher preparation
department presented the district
with the universitys gratitude for
allowing Stockton teacher candidates to mentor with Voorhees
teachers.
DelColle also thanked the district for doing so while simultaneously dealing with several education reforms in the past several
years,
such
as
evaluation
changes, Common Core State
Standards and Partnership for
Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers testing.
Retiring Eastern Regional
High School chemistry teacher
Michael Harrison spoke before
the board about concerns that
some students werent entering
high school with a framework in
mathematics skills necessary for
science classes.
One suggestion Harrison offered was to find a way for Eastern and Voorhees teachers to
meet and share feedback.
The next meeting of the
Voorhees Township BOE is
scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 26
at the district administration
building.

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class president of the class of 2015 Jenna Kosyla addressing her
peers. From left across the bottom of the page: Two students walking
in; students clasping hands as they walk to their seats; and students
seated while listening to speakers.

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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.

MONDAY JUNE 29
Summer Toddler Story Time: Ages
18-36 months. 10:30 a.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Enjoy stories, songs,
movements, and finger plays at
this drop in story time.

Voorhees Toastmasters meeting:


7:30 p.m. at Heritage Church, 110
Kresson-Gibbsboro Road. Visit
voorhees.toastmastersclubs.org
for more information.
Breastfeeding Support Group: 5:30
to 6:30 p.m. at The Ripa Center
for Women, 1011 Main Street
Promenade. Join other breastfeeding 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.cooperhealth.org.

TUESDAY JUNE 30
Conquering Stress: Adult. 7 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Whether you just

want to stop and smell the roses


or you are too tense to enjoy it,
this program to reduce stress is
for you! You'll learn fast, effective
ways to lessen your anxiety and
stress levels. There will be six sessions scheduled, but you can
come to one or as many as you
like.
Dinner and Dessert Fundraiser for
Voorhees Theatre Company: All.
5 p.m. Panchero's Mexican Grill
and at Yo Momma's Frozen
Yogurt, The Ritz Center, 910 Haddonfield Berlin Road, Voorhees.
For more information visit
www.voorheestheatre.org.
Voorhees-Gibbsboro Rotary Club
meeting: Filomena's Restaurant,
Berlin. 7 to 8:30 p.m.For more
information call (856) 534-3384.

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and caring staff who go above and beyond
for residents, she quickly decided to turn
her 30-day respite stay into her permanent
new home. That was six months ago, and
now we are all one big happy family!
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could think of from various countries around the world.
Students dined on foods from
foreign lands, viewed student-created banners that illustrated features of various countries,
marched in flag parades, learned
to say hello in different languages, played games from different cultures and took part in all
sorts of other multinational
learning experiences.
Signal Hill teacher Daniel
Riggs said the idea for the
"Around the World in Three
Days" event first came last year
when the school was faced with
an unusually late school year,
having been forced to close for so
many snow days in the winter.
Riggs, along with fellow teachers Jenna Gallo and Cherise
Stankovitch, decided to collaborate and find a way to give the
kids something to do with that

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Standing next to an Eiffel Tower replica made entirely from soda can
tabs are the three teachers who came up with the idea for Around
the World in Three Days, from left: Daniel Riggs, Cherise
Stankovitch, and Jenna Gallo, along with principal Sharon Stallings.
extra time while still educating
them, and soon "Around the
World in Three Days" was born.
The three us just kind of
brainstormed and thought we
have so many children in our
school from different backgrounds that we might expose the
children to the rest of the world,
Riggs said.
Riggs said another big component of the activities was students being able to take tours of
the school and listen to fifth-grade
student experts detail information on replicas of world landmarks that had been created by
other students with the help of
art teacher Kate Palumbo.
Each landmark had a fifthgrade landmark expert who used
their own time outside of school
to research those landmarks and
prepare very interactive presentations for the whole school,
Riggs said.
Stankovitch said the event also
had the added bonus of allowing
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and educational at the end of the
year where normally staff would
be taking everything down, including bulletin boards that had
questions posted to quiz students
on their knowledge of different
countries.
Usually at this time of year,
its really hard to get them to
learn any new information, so
this is a way, Stankovitch said.
They were all engaged, excited,
learning so much. They all want
to travel around the world and see
these places now.
The school even had a large
world map on the wall inside near
the main entrance, with photos
from trips children and their families have actually taken.
Its neat to see where all the
children have traveled, and
theyre quite traveled, Gallo
said.
Principal Sharon Stallings said
the event was just another way
the school could continue with its
mission to Inspire, Engage and
Innovate with its students and
the ways they learn.
Our school is very diverse,
and its an opportunity for all of
us to learn different things about
each other, Stallings said.

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Camden County Mayors Association. This year, I am honored to be
president of the group. The association affords area mayors the
opportunity to discuss issues and
share useful information concerning our respective municipalities.
On Memorial Day, I was honored to participate in the annual
memorial services at Mt. Zion
A.M.E. Church and Ashland Presbyterian Church. I was once
again privileged to be the guest
speaker at the Annual Kirkwood
Memorial Day Parade which honors the fallen heroes who paid the
ultimate price for our freedom.
Thanks to the volunteers on the
parade committee, particularly
the Vandergrift family, the
Voorhees Township Fire Department, our police department and
the Eastern Marching Vikings for
making the parade and ceremony
memorable.
On May 30, our schools held a
Color-A-Thon at Connolly Park. A
great day was had by all while
raising money to support the Parent Faculty Associations of VMS,
ET Hamilton, Osage and Kresson
schools. On the same day, the
Voorhees Cultural and Diversity
Committee, along with the Camden County Human Relations
Commission, sponsored a conference at Legacy Hall in Voorhees
addressing anti-bullying and new
immigration laws.
On June 3, I enjoyed the 11th
Annual Wine and Food Tasting to
benefit the Alicia Rose Victorious
Foundation. The event featured
fine wines, draft beers, spirits and

great food from around the world.


The foundation installs teen centers in hospitals throughout the
country to bring hope, excitement
and entertainment to teens facing
difficult conditions while receiving hospital treatment.
On the evening of June 4, I enjoyed Columbia Banks networking event held at The Mansion. It
was a great opportunity for our
communitys various businesses
to gather to exchange ideas and
enjoy great food and drinks.
On the evening of June 11, I
was honored to be part of the
JFCS program, Right In Our
Backyard. The event helped educate students and parents about
developing increased addiction
awareness in the community and
stopping addiction-related deaths.
Heroin addiction is an epidemic
and must be addressed. Later in
the evening, thousands gathered
at Connolly Park to enjoy the first
show in our 2015 Summer Twilight Series which featured Beginnings: A Tribute to Chicago.
On the morning of June 13, a
Kirkwood Lake Clean-Up and Nature Walk was held. Later in the
morning, I was part of Philippine
Independence Picnic Celebration
at Cooper River Park. Hundreds
enjoyed a day long celebration of
the Filipino heritage. Later in the
day, I was honored to be part of
the Voorhees Senior Clubs Annual Luncheon and administer
oaths to the new officers. The day
also included the Relay for Life of
Cherry Hill/Voorhees. I once
again enjoyed the American Cancer Societys emotional event to
save lives and create a world with
more birthdays by helping people
get well, stay well and find a cure
for cancer. The same evening,
HOPE Church hosted Summer
Fest 2015 which included music,

prayer and a chance to enjoy


friendship.
On June 17, Rodizio Grill hosted the monthly luncheon meeting
of the VBA. Later in the day,
Rodizio Grill also hosted the
monthly dinner meeting of the
Camden County Mayors Association.
On the afternoon of June 18, I
was once again honored to take
part in Eastern Regional High
Schools graduation ceremony.
Congratulations to all of the
graduates!
On the morning of June 20, the
Stafford Woods Golf Course hosted the 2015 Stafford Open. Disc
golfers from all over the east coast
enjoyed our facility.
On the evening of June 22, the
Philadelphia Union and Rodizio
Grill hosted A Town Takeover
at the Voorhees Town Center. The
event offered an opportunity to
meet members of the Philadelphia Union Soccer Team as well
as enjoy inflatable games, giveaways and prizes.
Upcoming events include the
Annual BocceBrooke Tournament on June 28 at Kirkwood
Park beginning at noon. The
event brings our townships
neighborhoods together for a fun
day of bocce, food and drink.
On July 15, the monthly luncheon meeting of the VBA will be
held at Legacy Hall, 333 Preston
Ave. in Voorhees.
The second show in our Summer Twilight Series will be on
Thursday, July 16 (rain date July
23) and will feature Evolution: A
Tribute to Journey. This performance will re-create the history and hit songs of the legendary
band. The show is free and starts
at 7:30 p.m. at Connolly Park.
From July 20-25, the Voorhees
Police Department will hold its
2nd Annual Junior Police Academy. The program teaches our
young people from the ages of 12
to 16 to appreciate and respect the
duties and life of a police officer.
Interested parents and applicants
can contact Lt. Dennis Ober at
(856) 882-1110 (dober@vtpd.com).
Applications and forms for the
Junior Police Academy can be
found at http://vtpd.com/bureauofcommunity-affairs/. Applications must be submitted by
July 1 to be considered.

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