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JUNE 2430, 2015

Capping off
high school
careers

Moorestown High School Class of 2015

Moorestown High
School valedictorian,
salutatorian share their
memories, future hopes
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun

BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun

Moorestown High School senior Michael Barsoum leaps across the inflatable Wipe Out style obstacle course at the Senior Picnic on
Monday, June 15. As part of their weeklong Project Graduation celebration, seniors were able to enjoy a fun lunch hour at MHS featuring inflatable games and obstacles, lawn games, prize-winning competitions and various food, all provided by area donors. For more
photos, please see page 11. For a list of graduating seniors, please see page 10.

Moorestown High School celebrated the graduates of the senior class of 2015 on Thursday,
June 18 at the MHS stadium.
Three hundred and thirty seniors
in cap and gown took their final
steps as high school students and
began new steps to their next
journey in life.
On that day, students, administrators, families and friends were
addressed by class of 2015 valedictorian Saylor Brisson and
salutatorian Olivia Saouaf, giving
hope and inspiration to the class
of 2015 for the future.
The Sun took some time to
speak to Brisson and Saouaf on
graduating, their speeches, their
future goals, memories and more:
The Sun: How do you feel about
graduating?
Brisson: I mean, it is very sad.
Its like were moving onto a new
era of our lives. It is bitter sweet
please see SAOUAF, page 22

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Water well update
Council reopens one well, starting
program for second. PAGE 14

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 2733
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

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Moorestown High School students original Relay for Life goal
was to raise $15,000 for the American Cancer Society, but they
ended up doubling that amount,
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The biggest highlight is that
they started out with a goal that
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I am absolutely ecstatic to report
that as of the last report from Mat
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achieved over $30,000, surpassing
their goal, MHS Principal Andrew Seibel said.
Jason Hicks, the advisor, announced the names of those who

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Chrissy Donahue, Emily Foreman, Katie Foreman, Caroline
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Judy Lam, Jordan Lewis, Cassandra Lis, Talia Martianou, Sara
Phillilps, Allison Schurr, Jesse
Wun and Sarrah Zaman.
I am so proud of all of the
committee. I want to thank them
all. Theyve done an amazing job.
Weve doubled our goal, and were
only shooting higher for next
time, so thank you, said Schurr,
the student lead of the event.
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Fourth of July Parade


welcomes military
veterans to take part
The Moorestown Fourth of
July Parade will take place on
Saturday, July 4, step-off time is
noon. The Parade Committee
wishes to invite the military veterans of Moorestown to participate in this celebration of our
freedom.
The committee feels the crowd
will respond wonderfully to seeing a float and/or marching contingent of those heroes who guaranteed that freedom. It shows
team spirit as well as giving the
spectators a sense that the veterans get it in terms of
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since it was you who raised your
hand to serve this nation.
Assembly will be at the intersection of Central and Chester avenues.
Please arrive early
enough to be counted and receive
your place in the line-up. Also,
please wear something that
marks your veteran status like a
military ball cap, etc.
Please contact Gene Clark at
(856)
722-0294
or
clarkg2@juno.com for details.

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Denise Schwinn of Moorestown
has been inducted in to the Phi
Alpha National Honor Society for
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4th of July
Committee
hosts events
Moorestowns 4th of July Committee is going to have the parade
again this year, assuming there is
no violent weather that day, as
there is no rain date.
On June 4, the committee held
the third annual Freedom Lecture. This informative talk took
place in the Moorestown Library
and featured a speaker from the
National Constitution Center in
Philadelphia who spoke about the
Constitution and its interpretations now and when it was created. This talk resulted in a full audience and the committee thanks
everyone for coming.
The committee also holds the
Freedom Poster Contest in the
various Moorestown schools to
promote awareness of our freedom among the young students.
The winners of the Freedom
Poster Contest will ride in the parade.
The 2015 parade will step off at
noon, heading up Chester Avenue, turning right on East Main
Street to Church Street where it
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Moorestowns civic organizations
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WEDNESDAY JUNE 24
Moorestown Lions Club meeting:
7 p.m. at Sal and Joes Restaurant, 300 S. Lenola Road. Service organization. For more information visit www.moorestownlions.com.
Divorce Support Group: 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, Camden and
Pleasant Valley avenues. Visit
www.meetwithgod.com or call
235-0450 for more information.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at

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Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
St. Matthew Lutheran Church,
318 Chester Ave. Call (609) 2390022 or visit www.southjerseyoa.org.
Wednesday Evening Meditations:
5:15 to 6 p.m. at Center for Conscious Living, 302 N. Washington
St., Suite 101E. Call (856) 722LOVE for information.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Pastors Bible Study

at 6:30 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,


Moorestown.

THURSDAY JUNE 25
Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Ages 4 and 5. 9:30 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. at Moorestown Library. Stories, rhymes and crafts. Call 2340333 to register.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 6:30 p.m. Meet at
Moorestown Running Company,
115 W. Main St. The 5.63-mile
loop is mostly flat on roads.
Includes Strawbridge Lake Park.
Rotary Club of Moorestown
meeting : 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. at
Moorestown Community House,
16 E. Main St. Fellowship, lunch
and guest speaker presentation.
For more information visit
www.moorestownrotary.org.
Trinity Episcopal Church Mid-Week
Service: Holy Eucharist and Healing Service at 10 a.m. 207 W. Main
St., Moorestown.

FRIDAY JUNE 26
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Al-Anon meeting: 8:30 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, Main and
Church streets. For more information visit www.southjerseyalanon-org.

JUNE 2430, 2015

SUNDAY JUNE 28
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Mansion. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Moorestown
Christadelphian
Ecclesia: Sunday school 9:30
a.m. (recessed in summer).
Memorial service at 10:30 a.m.
(10 a.m. during the summer). 101
N. Lenola Road, Moorestown.
Second Baptist Church: Sunday
school and adult forum at 9 a.m.
Worship service at 10 a.m. 319 Mill
St., Moorestown. For more information visit www.secondbaptistmoorestown.org or call (856)
234-6396.
Saint Matthew Lutheran Church:
Worship services at 9:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m. 318 Chester Ave.,
Moorestown.
Center for Conscious Living: Celebration service at 10 a.m. at
Moorestown Community House,
16 E. Main St., Moorestown.
First United Methodist Church:
Worship services at 8:30 a.m.
(contemporary and traditional),
9:30 a.m. (contemporary) and 11
a.m. (traditional). Communion at
all services first Sunday of the
month. 446 Camden Ave.,
Moorestown.
First Presbyterian Church: Worship services at 8:15 a.m. in the
sanctuary, 10:30 a.m. for New

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Trinity Episcopal Church: Holy
Eucharist at 7:45 a.m. Parish
Eucharist at 9 a.m. Morning
prayer and sermon at 11:15 a.m.
207 W. Main St., Moorestown.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Adult Church School
at 9 a.m. Worship service at 10:30
a.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
Our Lady of Good Counsel: Regular
Mass at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m.
and 12 p.m. 42 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
First Baptist Church
of
Moorestown: Bible Study and
Sunday Chat at 9 a.m. Worship at
10 a.m. Coffee/fellowship at 11
a.m. Sunday discussion at 11:30
a.m. 19 W. Main St., Moorestown.
Hope Community Church: Comeas-you-are worship service at
10:30 a.m. 235 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
Moorestown Friends Meeting
(Quakers): Opening exercises
9:30 a.m., worship service at 10
a.m. Social hour follows. Childcare available. 118 East Main St.,
Moorestown. All are welcome.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Worship services
at 10 a.m. 319 Bridgeboro Road,
Moorestown.
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Todd, Caitlyn Marie
Rivera, Luiz Ramon
Tornberg, Gunther Indy
Rivera, Victor Lewis
Trainer, Brian Andrew
Rivers, Dertresa Latara
Troy, Emily Aspen
Rodriguez Varela, Roxana
Trust, Jordan Charles
Rodriguez, Angela N
Tsao, Jaime Lee
Runfola, Daniel Delaney
Tsao, Kevin Lee
Runfola, Timothy Delaney
Tsarouhas, Christopher John
Rushmore, Christine Elizabeth
Uehlein, Jack Henry
Salera Jr, Joseph Richard
Varela, Katherine Linda
Salmon, Jeremy Miles
Vassighi, Shayan Shane
Santangelo, Nicholas Justin
Vazquez, Kristen Nicole
Saouaf, Olivia Michelle
Vega Pagan, Felix Manuel
Sauerwein, Hannah Hope
Veldon, Tyler Jenkins
Sawin, Benjamin J
Verdon, Patrick Francis
Schlitz, Morgan
Voyack, Andrew James
Schneider, Samantha Rose
Wadhwa, Rahul
Schurer, Jonathan David
Wagner, Caroline Richardson
Schweiker, Matthew
Wagner, Thomas Stephen
Scott, Katherine Graybeal
Walker, Bria Jenaye'
Sever, Brian
Walker, Sierra Lynn
Shipley, Hayley Oline
Ward, Natalie E
Shrader, Hope M
Warrington, John Michael
Sklar, Owen T
Warwick, Marlee Faye
Slater, Elizabeth Skye
Wasdyke, III, Calvin George
Sleeper, Leslie Jane
Weissman, Lauren Elizabeth
Smith, Amanda M
Welch, John Robert
Smith, Quinn William
West, Nicholas James
Smith, Tyreek Anthony
Wilcox, Lisa Maura
Snodgrass, Christian Matthew
Williams, Donald Ethan
Soffronoff, Natalie Susan
Williamson, Anthony
Spirgel, Samuel Nicholas
Wilson, Chloe J
Sporer, Tristin
Winkler, Kayla Anne
Stefano, Rachel Marie
Wolfram, Hannah Marie
Sterling, Brendan Ross
Yallof, Jacob Nathaniel
Still IV, Samuel Chayston
Yankell, Madeline Harris
Temple, Shaela N
Yedman, John Anthony
Thomas, Kyle Patrick
Zimmer, Kirk Alexander
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BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun

Moorestown High School gave seniors a special picnic on Monday, June 15 as part of their weeklong Project Graduation celebration. Clockwise from above: Seniors sit together to eat, talk and sign yearbooks
during their Senior Picnic. Aine Filler, Jolene Brandimarte, Cassidy DeDany, Maura Genevro and Natalie
Cooper smile for a picture while waiting in line at the shaved ice truck. Anthony Williamson shows off his
senior yearbook. Hannah Sauerwein and Camille Groody cool down with some shaved ice, paid for by
Project Graduation. Myles Edgerton and Will Emerson play against each other in the basketball toss.
Alex ODonnell, Abbey Brooks, Melanie Becker, Carter Orth, Jessi Button, Ronda Chrone and Maggie
Handlan stop for a quick photo as they enjoy the warm weather and many activities. Bobby Daglian takes
his turn to conquer the Wipe Out inspired obstacle. Bottom of page, from right: MHS senior girls dash
after the soccer ball to try to score a goal inside one of the inflatables. Brittany Reed waits as Hope
Shrader signs a fellow classmates yearbook. Jack Camoratto, Brian Trainer, Matt Lubin and Ben Sawin
smile while waiting to hit the High Striker.

12 THE MOORESTOWN SUN

World Athlete
sprinters
excel at meet
On the weekend of June 6 and
7, World Athlete Track Academy
was the host team for the annual
South Jersey Track and Field Alliance Youth Championships at
Moorestown High School.
More than 500 athletes from all
over South Jersey entered in the
meet. World Athlete sprinters Elijah Law and James Burrus, both
from Moorestown, advanced to
the championship by their finish
in the SJTFA North Championship held at Shawnee High
School.
In the championship meet,
Burrus competed in the 100 meters, 200 meters and 4x100 relay
while Law was in the long jump
and 4x100 relay.

on campus
Samantha
Booth
of
Moorestown graduated from
Millersville University of Pennsylvania on May 9. Booth earned
a bachelors of science in business administration.
Robert
J.
Cummings of
Moorestown has earned a bachelors of science degree in management from Alvernia University.
Harris Edmunds Cauler of
Moorestown, son of John and
Elizabeth Cauler, received a bachelors of science degree in information technology with a secondary emphasis in management
from Juniata College. He was
named to the dean's list for four
years, interned at the U.S. Department of Education and was a section leader for the concert choir.
Cauler is a 2011 graduate of
Moorestown High School.
The following Moorestown residents graduated from Lehigh University: Caitlin Davis, bachelors of
science in business and economics; Elizabeth Campbell, bachelors
of science in integrated business/engineering; Kevin Powell,
bachelors of science in business
and economics; and Neeraj Khosla,
master of engineering.

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THE MOORESTOWN SUN JUNE 2430, 2015

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summer is here!
Life changes here in New Jersey for
two-and-a-half months once school
lets out for summer recess. The kiddies are home, which makes us change
our normal routine. Traffic eases up at
the typical before-school and afterschool rushes, and families head out of
town for vacation.
We here at The Sun dont take vacations. Well, thats not true, but our dedication to providing the best coverage
of town doesnt waiver one bit. If anything, summer allows us to focus even
more on the special people, places and
things that make our town so wonderful.
Every summer, the end of the school

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our pages will be blank.
True, summer often does signal a
slowdown in official town- and
school district-related business, but
there is plenty of newsworthy happenings around town to keep your interest
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Summer is a time when we often

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Council announces one water well reopen,


the second to enter pilot program
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
Moorestown Wells 7 and 9 on Church
Street were closed last October as a precaution and on the recommendation of the
state Department of Environmental Protection due to an unregulated substance
called Trichloropropane (TCP 1,2,3) being
found in the water at .067 parts per billion.
Since then, the township has been working
with the NJDEP to find the best treatment
option for the wells.
At a special council meeting on Tuesday,
June 16, township administrator Scott
Carew announced that Well 7 tested as a
non-detect for TCP 1,2,3 and would be
turned back on the next day, Wednesday,

June 17, and tested on a monthly basis.


Well 9 still tested positive for the TCP 1,2,3
and would be put on a pilot program for
possibly the next two years.
Earlier in the year, the township hired
toxicologist Dr. James Bus to conduct further testing on the two wells. That testing
took place two weeks ago. The results came
back with a higher level of TCP 1,2,3 in
Well 9 with a .103 parts per billion, but a
non-detect in Well 7.
Because of this, Well 7 was reopened and
will be tested on a monthly basis indefinitely, according to township utilities engineer
L. Russell Trice, senior associate at Alaimo
Group, Consulting Engineers. If TCP 1,2,3
returns in the testing, the township will
consult NJDEP once again on its recom-

mendation.
According to Trice, the pilot plan for
Well 9 which runs 30 feet deeper into the
ground than Well 7 would be done on a
small scale in a trailer, with the most likely
treatment being carbon absorption. Samples during this testing will be done on a
weekly basis for four weeks. After that, it
will take another four weeks to get the results and another few weeks to finalize the
report for the township to review. From
there they will go into design, which could
take about a year.
In total, the process should take roughly
two years, according to Trice, but the results of the treatment would be immediate.
please see NEWCOMER, page 21

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JUNE 2430, 2015 THE MOORESTOWN SUN 15

happenings at parks & rec

Department in need
of fall coaches
By KAHRA F. BUSS
Dept. of Parks & Recreation
As the 2014-2015 school year
has come to a close, so does a
chapter of this moms life. After
10 years, my youngest child is
leaving
Baker
Elementary
School. While many parents are
making this transition, it has
struck me in a very particular
way.
When our children are in elementary school, we, as parents,
are in deep running back and
forth to school, practices, play
dates and music lessons you
name it. Starting at 3:45 p.m., the
starters gun goes off and the running begins. We feel like we are
so overwhelmed that there is
never enough time
Fast forward.
My oldest is in high school.
After-school clubs, activities and
sports dominate. Free time is
spent on homework or with
friends. Parent involvement is

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limited to how much they tell me
at dinner. Before its too late, I
want to share this perspective
with every parent registering for
fall recreation programs.
When my oldest was in kindergarten (2005), I received a call
from the Department of Parks
and Recreation, asking if I would
be interested in coaching. I had
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never followed it with any
amount of fervor. I told them I
had no experience. They said it
didnt matter that the recreation
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MONDAY JUNE 29
Summer Concert Series: 6:30 p.m.
Kids Stage and 7:30 p.m. Main
Stage at the Moorestown Community House lawn. This week is
Lost In Brunswick, a classic rock
and pop from the '60s and '70s.
Kids Stage features interactive
storytelling by Marsia Mason and
preview of MoorArts has TALENT.
Overeaters Anonymous: 7:30 p.m.
at St. Matthew Lutheran Church,
318 Chester Ave. Call (609) 2390022 or visit www.southjerseyoa.org.

TUESDAY JUNE 30
Red Cross Blood Drive: 1:30 p.m. to
6:15 p.m. at the Moorestown
Library. Want to be an everyday

hero? Give blood! Make your


appointment
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redcrossblood.org.
Story Time: 11 a.m. at Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. Call
(856) 608-1904 for information.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 2 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Mansion. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Al-Anon Mens Meeting: 8 p.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church, Main
and Church streets. For more
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Garden State Chorale Rehearsals:
7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church
from September to mid-June. For
membership information, visit
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Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Afternoon with the
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on campus
Celia DeLago of Moorestown, a
junior studio art major, and
Pamela Derickson of Moorestown,
a senior biochemistry major,
were named to the University of
Vermont dean's list. Derickson
also graduated with a bachelors
of science degree in biochemistry

from the College of Arts and Sciences on May 17.

vironmental studies and anthropology.

On Saturday, May 16, Washington College held its 232nd commencement ceremonies. Lauren
Edzenga of Moorestown graduated with a bachelors of arts in en-

Alyssa Walker of Moorestown


graduated from York College of
Pennsylvania on May 16. Walker
earned a bachelors of science degree in psychology.

LONG & FOSTER

Local residents graduated from


Clemson University May 8 in
commencement
ceremonies.
They are: Brooks Stevenson Foster, who graduated cum laude
with a bachelors of science in
civil engineering; Megan Elizabeth Richards, who graduated

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science in bioengineering; and
Gregory Scott Yingling, who graduated with a bachelors of science
in management. They were
among nearly 3,000 students who
received degrees at three ceremonies.

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End unit! 3 BRs, 2.5 BA, finished basement. All new windows throughout, all BAs
renovated. Expanded eat in kitchen (22 x 14) w/ breakfast bar, solid cherry cabinets, Wilson Art counters, dining area, hardwood floors, & french sliders to oversized deck. Dine in style-charming exposed brick walls, built in floor to ceiling
china cabinets, & recently refinished hardwoods make this room unique. Spacious
sunny FR has woodburning FP. Upstairs, Master en suite features new carpet, new
paints, exposed brick, office nook, walk in cedar closet, & renovated BA. 2 add'l
BRs are generous in size & share full BA. Finished basement, private setting.

w/ views of Rancocas Creek & adjacent to an 11 acre nature preserve in


Moorestown. Gated driveway leads to 6600 sqft. of luxury & high-end finishes:
additional 3700' of unfinished space--9' walkout lower level w/ full finished bath.
2 story circular foyer w/ 2 custom stairs and & mahogany 8' front doors. 10 ft
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606 E. Second Street, Moorestown

$900,000 619 East Third Street, Moorestown


3 BR, 2 1/2 Baths, 1,900 SF

4 Bedrooms, 4 1/2 Baths, 3,700 SF + 1,200 SF finished basement This home, only 7 years old, has been
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$995,000 14 E. Third Street, Moorestown $689,000/Sale, $4,200/Lease 340 Tom Brown Road, Moorestown
4BR, 5 Full Baths, 6,341 SF

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$525,000

Just 3 years old, beautiful finishes inside & out. Brick exterior, Solar Panels on roof, ample driveway parking. 2 story foyer, paneled Oak stairs, an office to right, & large living room to left. The kitchen, family
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$679,000 45 E. Walnut Ave., Moorestown

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633 Chester Ave., Moorestown $1.699,000

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5 Bedrooms / 6/4 Baths / 6,356 Sq. Ft. / 1.16 Acre
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150 Bridgeboro Rd., Moorestown $799,900
Amazing Plantation Home / Built by Craig Lord
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4 Bedrooms / 3/1 Baths / 3,576 Sq. Ft. / 1.93 Acres
4 Bedrooms / 3/0 Baths / 3,602 sq. ft. / 1.03 Acre
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Architecturally Rich/ Northwest Estates


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210 E. Oak Ave., Moorestown $849,900

1 Silverwood Rd, Moorestown $1,099,000

227 E. Main St., Moorestown $1,199,000

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5 Bedrooms / 4/2 Baths / 5,000 Sq.Ft. / .60 Acre
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725 Jamie Dr., Moorestown $1,025,000

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401 E. Central Ave., Moorestown $799,900

821 Loveland Rd., Moorestown $1,399,900

Dubrow Built / Brick Fascade / Schools & Town Nearby


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Mechling Park / Exquisite Maines Built Home


5 Bedrooms / 4/2 Baths / 5,225 Sq.Ft. / .83 Acre
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20 THE MOORESTOWN SUN JUNE 2430, 2015

Board rejects bids for MHS athletics


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school and gave an update.
At Baker Elementary School,
South Valley Elementary School,
Mary E. Roberts Elementary
School, William Allen Middle
School and MHS Packages 1, security
vestibules,
and
2,
data/technology upgrades, are on
schedule. Package 1 started after
schools were closed, beginning at
MHS, to be done over the summer
for all schools. Package 2 has
started at MHS and WAMS and
plans to be done by the end of December for all schools.
Package 3, roofing, will begin
and end in the summer at all
schools. Package 4, toilet room
upgrades for Mary Roberts and
South Valley, has begun and
should end in the summer. Pack-

age 5, HVAC upgrades and improvements for the elementary


schools, is planned to begin in the
summer and end around October.
They are holding off for UES and
WAMS because they could potentially get a rebate for the updates.
With Package 7, drainage improvements for South Valley, the
contractor is scheduled to start
and end over the summer.
The board also rejected the
bids for the Moorestown High
School athletics field improvements project, which was a part
of the second question of the
bond referendum and listed as
Package 6. The board received the
initial bids for the projects, which
ended up being over the estimated amount. The Operations and
Facilities Committee decided to
revisit those projects, with some
changes, and go out to rebid.
The rebid process is very common and normal. Were confident

based on our assumptions, and


the assumptions from our consultants, that well be able to
come in at the right number and
keep those projects on track,
board member Matthew Simeon
said.
The board is hoping bids come
in at budget, and if they do, work
will begin early in July and be
completed in October.
To view the full construction
calendar, go to the school districts website at www.mtps.com
and click the link under Construction Calendars. A calendar
for each school is available there.
In other news:
MTPS is going through its initial stages of its five-year strategic plan. On Aug. 11, there will be
a presentation and more information on that strategic plan. To
learn more, visit www.mtps.com
and click the link next to Strategic Plan Process.

JUNE 2430, 2015 THE MOORESTOWN SUN 21

Newcomer: Maybe town can


report on wells on a regular basis
NEWCOMER
Continued from page 14
At the same time, the township
is interested in the removal of
other substances found in the
wells, which include trichloroethylene (TCE), manganese and
other radiological contaminants.
According to Trice, manganese is
regulated for aesthetic reasons,
and the TCE and radiological elements are not above the maximum contaminate level. However,
the township wanted to have
these treated so Moorestown
would have clean water pumped
to houses.
As of now, with the wells off, the
township had paid $400,000 more
last year from New Jersey American Water and $1.2 million so far
this year, according to Carew. But,
with Well 7 being turned back on,
Carew believes the township
would be able to recapture some of
the cost later in the year by turning off NJ American Water and
exclusively using Well 7.

You dont need both wells,


Carew said. We should be able to
get enough water from Well 7 to
pick up from Well 9.
Although council had some
concerns with communication
and testing timing, it endorsed
the plan to turn Well 7 back on
and the pilot testing for Well 9.
I think it is great. I think this
council has been proactive. We
got a recommendation on an unregulated contaminant and
have been going well beyond monitoring and trying to figure out solutions. I wish we didnt spend as
much money as we did, but hopefully this will help and have a solution that will take care of all the
rest. Taking steps to have the
cleanest possible water should be
commended, and I think this
council and our employees have
been doing a great job, Councilwoman Stacey Jordan said. I
think it is great that we can turn
that well back on and that we can
hopefully recoup some of the
money that we have been spending.
If we have a non-detect now,

we absolutely should be turning


the well back on. I want to be
spending as little money on water
as possible when we are capable
of producing the water ourselves,
with ongoing monitoring, of
course, to make sure that stays at
the level we expect it to. I am
much happier that the majority of
the water is coming from our
water treatment plants, Mayor
Victoria Napolitano said.
Residents were allowed to
come up for public comments,
however they were cut short as a
meeting was to take place at the
Town Hall Council Chambers not
long after. Council said those who
wish to make further comments
could come to future council
meetings. Councilman Greg Newcomer recommended a meeting
specifically for the water and
wells, as well as to find a way to
keep people updated.
As we go forward, I hope we
continually report for people in
the town and for us to know.
Maybe we can, in some manner,
report on a regular basis, Newcomer said.

happenings at parks & rec

Consider coaching a recreation team


CONSIDER
Continued from page 15
sports leagues are successful because of parent involvement, not
experience. So I said sure! You
mean I can run around on the
field like a big kid and the kids
will believe that I know what I am
talking about? Awesome!
Over the last 10 years, I or my
husband have volunteered to
coach a multitude of sports, some
of which we had played, some of
which we had not. We have
coached alone; we have cocoached; we have both coached

more than one team when there


werent enough coaches; and we
have recruited friends to coach.
And at the end of every season,
we have met new parents, new
children and have always had a
great experience.
So this week, as you settle into
summer and think distantly toward for fall, consider coaching a
recreation sports team. Recreation soccer, recreation field
hockey, recreation basketball
(winter) and lacrosse (spring) all
need parent/volunteer coaches.
Its an amazing opportunity to be
a part of your childs personal
growth and development in a fun,
supportive and friendly atmosphere. One hour a week and one

hour on the weekend the commitment is minimal, but the reward is immeasurable.
Do you love the sport, but dont
have a child in the program? The
Department of Parks and Recreation accepts adult volunteers.
All independent adult volunteers
receive a state registered background check. Volunteering to be
a part of your childs extra-curricular activities is limited, so
take that time now, when there is
time, even though it doesnt feel
like it. Enjoy watching them play,
learn and grow. Before long, their
caps will be flung into the air and
you will be able to look back and
remember all of the fun along the
way.

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Saouaf: Our class is unique


SAOUAF
Continued from page 1
because were really excited to be
going on to college and everything new that experience has to
offer, but its really sad that were
not going to be seeing our best
friends since kindergarten like
weve been seeing them every single day.
Saouaf: I feel like it hasnt really hit me yet. Im still seeing
everybody, but I guess once we
graduate Im going to be like,
Oh Im not going to school
every day.
Brisson: I think Im going to sob
at Project Graduation. (laughing)
The Sun: Do you know anything that is going to be happening at Project Graduation?
Brisson: No! Its a secret.
Saouaf: I like it like that,
though. Its more fun if it is a surprise.
The Sun: How do you feel about
being named valedictorian?
Brisson: Its really exciting. It is
nice to know that all four years of
my hard work have paid off.
The Sun: How do you feel about
being named salutatorian?
Saouaf: I have been working really hard, so it is nice to have that.
But, it is also nice that were a
part of everything, too, and
everybody else has done a great
job as well.
The Sun: Where are you going
to college and what are you majoring in?
Brisson: Stanford University
and Im planning on majoring in
aerospace engineering.
The Sun: Do you have a specific
job in mind?
Brisson: Well, my dream job
would be working at NASA, but
well see where it takes me.
Saouaf: I am going to MIT and I
am planning to study chemical
engineering. I want to do research, but Im not sure what for
yet.
The Sun: What is a favorite
memory you have that you want
to highlight?
Brisson: I guess one of the most
recent memories was on Friday, it
was kind of our senior prank day.

SAYLOR BRISSON and OLIVIA SAOUAF


A lot of kids came up with some
fun pranks to do throughout the
day. Someone in our class brought
a big boom box and played music
all throughout the day. We had impromptu ChaCha Slides and the
Cupid Shuffle. Also, someone got
the idea to hire a clown and have
them follow our assistant principal Mr. (Donnie) Williams. That
was pretty funny.
Saouaf: He was a good sport
about it.
Brisson: What else? Oh, we had
a pillow fight in the gym in between periods.
Saouaf: And there was a threelegged race they had in the hallway as well.
Brisson: Right! Then at the end
of the day, people brought out
their pickup trucks, with coolers
of drinks and lawn games, and
we had a tailgate. Mr. Softee came
and I think Project Graduation
bought us all ice cream, so that
was really nice. It was just a really good way to end the year.
Saouaf: All of those final things
(were my favorite). We had our
final show for the musical, that is
always fun and other stuff like
that. I was Guard One and a
dancer.
Brisson: Olivia is really good at
dancing.
The Sun: Can you tell me a little
about your speech?
Brisson: I am hoping to reflect a
little bit on what our year has

been like and then also try to give


a little inspiration for the future,
get people excited about what
they will be able to do as they
move on to the next part of their
life.
Saouaf: Our class has a very
unique personality, and Id like to
talk about different things that
we have done that make our class
very unique.
The Sun: Would you mind giving an example of one?
Saouaf: Definitely the Senior
Day activities that we just had,
still working on specifics.
The Sun: What kind of message
do you want to leave your fellow
graduates with?
Brisson: I would say just to always look fondly on their time
here at MHS. High school is a really special and unique experience. But also to feel confident in
themselves and use what theyve
learned in college, or their jobs,
or whatever theyll be doing with
the rest of their lives. Because I
think Moorestown does a great
job of preparing everyone for success.
Saouaf: That was most of mine!
Be confident in themselves because theyve done so many
amazing things up to this point
that will carry over. Theyll be
able to accomplish much more in
college and beyond.
Brisson: We love MHS!
Saouaf: Congratulations 2015!

JUNE 2430, 2015 THE MOORESTOWN SUN 23

Church hosts Breezeway Chats


All are invited to join us at the
First
Baptist
Church
of
Moorestown for "Breezeway
Chat" on Wednesday nights at 7
p.m. The discussions will take
place outside on the patio, also
known as our "Breezeway."
We will be discussing how our
faith affects us in different areas
of our lives. We welcome all
points of view and look forward
to meeting you.
Subjects and dates are listed
below:
Faith and
June 24: Community
Speaking the truth in love is
sometimes easier than it sounds.
How can we discuss our differences in an atmosphere of respect
and compassion?
July 1: Patriotism
Freedom of religion is a wonderful thing, but balancing love of
God and love of country can
sometimes be tricky.
July 8: Environment
How can we carry out our
Godly responsibility to be good
stewards of the earth while living
in a post modern, disposable age?
July 15: Race
Racism is alive and well in our
communities and in our churches. Can we come together in a

spirit of faith and understanding


to work toward reconciliation?
July 22: Finance
In a tough economy, how do we
maintain good stewardship over
our personal finances while supporting our faith communities?
July 29: Inclusive Ministry
Special guest facilitator, Beverly Allegretti, former associate regional pastor for Inclusive Ministries, American Baptist Churches of New Jersey. Are our doors
open? How can churches welcome
people with challenges/disabilities into our worshiping communities?
Aug. 5: The Gay Christian
Special guest facilitator, Minister Jennifer Bradley, associate
pastor, First Baptist Church of
Moorestown. The gay Christian
is not an oxymoron. What does
welcoming and affirming really mean?
Aug. 12: Families
Special
guest
facilitator
Margie Green, First Baptist
Church of Moorestown Youth
Pastor. Our children are faced
with difficult, sometimes life
changing choices every day. How
can we strengthen our families
and empower our young people to
keep the faith?

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There are so many authentically wonderful thoughts I keep in


my memory bank, stored like precious jewels I take out and admire
for a while. Then they get tucked
away for future tales his grandchildren love to hear. I hope they
remember all of the words because they were born too late to
meet him.
Trying to pull up a favorite is
quite futile; there are too many,
but there is one I truly love.
Ever year my father, Carl
Steuernagel, would choose a lake,
ocean or resort spa to spend his
two weeks of vacation. The white
Cadillac would be packed beyond
capacity with new summer
clothes, snorkels, fins, tennis
rackets, sun tan lotion, four wild
kids and one mom. Once the car

CARL & JEAN STEUERNAGEL


pulled out of the driveway, my father lit up a big old Garcia Vega
cigar. Even on the hottest summer day, we had to roll down the
windows while the air conditioner was blowing full blast.
When I was very young, maybe
4 or 5, my father taught me how to
float like a marshmallow against
the pulling current of the ocean.
We were at some beach resort and
he swam past the crashing waves
with me clinging to his hairy
back. I had no life jacket or fear.
He was my dad, nothing bad
could possibly happen when I was
with him.

He instructed me to lay flat on


the water and take a big breath
while he treaded water and
buoyed me up with his strong
arms. When he took his support
away from my tiny body, I was on
my own, suspended the sea of
tranquility without a care in the
world. I could gaze past the expanse of bright sea with sailboats
that roamed the horizon; their
white sales contrasted with the
vermilion sky.
To this day I always vacation
on the water so I can float my
cares away. My father was an exceptional man of men.

MoorArts has TALENT


set for July 10
MoorArts has TALENT, a
showcase of exceptional entertainment, will feature a variety of
vocal, dance, and instrumental
performances. MoorArts has
TALENT will be July 10 at 8 p.m.
and July 11 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. in
the Moorestown High School Auditorium, 350 Bridgeboro Road.
Tickets are $10 online at
www.MoorArts.org or by calling

ShowTix4U toll free (800) 967-8167


to process your ticket order. $12 at
the door. All tickets are reserved
seating.
ASL interpretation and special
needs accommodation will be at
the July 11 matinee.
For more information, visit
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