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Senecas Charlie Castillo


claims volunteer victory
Recent graduate honored with $10,000
Burlington County College Scholarship Award
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun

SEAN LAJOIE/The Sun

The folks of the Pine Barrens did not let the high temperatures ruin their fun last week. The 27th
Pine Barrens Festival was once again a huge hit as people from all over filed in to celebrate the
Pinelands culture with action packed rides, cold drinks and funnel cakes.

A festival of family fun


Tradition continues for 27th year at Church of the Holy Eucharist
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
Twenty-seven years later, and
the Pine Barrens Festival is
stronger than ever. With everything from chicken wings and
cold beer to cotton candy and
funnel cakes, the tastes of the

festival at the Church of the


Holy Eucharist provide a little
slice of heaven for all ages.
Theres good food every
night, good entertainment every
night and my favorite part is the
different theme in the culture
and history tent every night,
Wilma Davison of Tabernacle

said.
For those who are not as interested in the history of the
Pinelands, Majestic Midways
provided an assortment of rides
from the teacups to the highflying, upside-down flipping maplease see FESTIVAL, page 9

With 84 applications from 21


schools, the Burlington County
College Scholarship Award is
growing more competitive each
year.
As of 2009, the award has been
named in honor of Joe Laufer
who passed away in 2014 at the
age of 79.
Laufer dedicated his life to volunteering and educating. He
worked at Rowan College at
Burlington County for 27 years in
various academic and administrative roles, including associate
dean for business relations.
He also served as a township
committee
member
for
Southampton Township and was
a greatly respected man in the
county.
The Burlington County Volunteer Center originally gave $1,000
in college scholarship awards to
volunteers in the area who made
a difference. The organization
was then contacted by the Haines
Family Foundation out of respect
for Laufer, and with its help, the
award grew to $7,500 the following
year.
Now with the help of this fami-

ly and the funds the organization


receives from the Joe Laufer memorial fund, the award has grown
drastically, and this year it has
given $25,000 to four students in
the area.
Going forward, we hope to
find another foundation to help
with the funding because it is
growing increasingly more difficult to narrow down the applications to such a select few winners, said Michael Pippen, coordinator at the Volunteer Center of
Burlington County.
Among the group of four winners from the 2015 class was
Senecas own Charlie Castillo,
who was given the largest prize of
$10,000.
I was very surprised to hear
that I was awarded the scholarship, Castillo said. To be one of
the few people chosen to receive
this award means a lot to me. I
feel very fortunate.
Castillo will be attending
American University in Washington, D.C., in the fall. Similar to
most private schools, the cost to
attend is high so winning the
grand prize was very beneficial to
him.
I was surprised to hear that I
please see CASTILLO, page 4

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On Sunday, Aug. 2, the Historical Society will sponsor its annual Chicken Barbecue at the Tabernacle Methodist Church. This
event is scheduled from 2 to 6 p.m.
in the air-conditioned church hall
located at 166 Carranza Road in
Tabernacle.
Those who attend are treated to
large portions at this dinner.
Adults receive a half of a chicken, along with homemade sides
such as coleslaw and potato salad.
Fresh, locally picked corn and
sliced tomatoes are also included
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be boxed up for takeout at no ad-

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of Tabernacles history. It is responsible for the Knight-Pepper
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signs throughout the township
marking historic sites. The society has conserved and documented
many historic artifacts including
photos, documents, maps and
everyday utensils from bygone
years. Its most precious possession is a large, lidded basket made
by the last Delaware Indian to live
in our area Indian Ann.
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and fewer and fewer volunteers to
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Castillo: Ive been volunteering


for as long as I can remember
CASTILLO
Continued from page 1
was awarded the $10,000 scholarship. I'm relieved that I will have
some money to pay for college,
but I didn't expect to win this
much money, Castillo said.
After going over the scholarship application requirements
and the qualities of the candidates, Castillo believed he met
much of the criteria the scholarship committee was looking for.
I've been volunteering for as
long as I can remember, Castillo
said.
His volunteering efforts have
been widespread and have impacted a vast crowd.
His senior year of high school,
he helped rebuild a house that
was damaged by Hurricane
Sandy. He volunteers at a thrift

store in Camden called Clothes


From the Heart, and from middle
school to his early high school
years, he volunteered as a docent
in the Dinosaur Hall at the Academy of Natural Sciences in
Philadelphia.
Castillo has been a guest speaker at Rowan College at Burlington
County where he spoke to students about his experiences growing up as a deaf person, and has
also served as a student administrator in an organization called
Hearing Optional.
He helps plan events that deaf
and hard-of-hearing children and
their families can attend where
they can mingle and feel less isolated.
Contributing to this organization makes me feel proud of my
identity as a member of the deaf
and hard-of-hearing community,
Castillo said.
As part of the criteria to apply

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recommended by one school official and one non-school community leader.
Castillo received letters of recommendation from his high
school guidance counselor and
his former elementary school
teacher, who is also a community
leader who contributes to Clothes
From the Heart as well as Hearing Optional.
Castillo has formed a lasting
relationship with both of his former teachers.
My high school guidance
counselor helped me a lot
throughout my four years of high
school, with everything from my
course schedule to general concerns that I had. My former elementary school teacher is a
teacher of the deaf. She helped
me to develop my strong language
skills and encouraged me to take
Latin in middle school. This gave
me confidence to take honors and
AP English in high school, as well
as four years of French and to
excel in both languages. We've
been in touch ever since I left elementary school, and we still see
each other every chance we get,
Castillo said.
Castillo is excited for the new
opportunities that will await him
at American University.
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AWARD
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terest in politics and international relations, the schools location
will suit him well. He plans to
major in international studies,
with a concentration in peace,
global security and conflict resolution.
Castillo is very interested in
taking part in activities that will
benefit the local community and
plans to take part in as many as
his schedule can handle.
Hes interested in contributing
to the student newspaper, joining
Model United Nations, as well as
the Community Action and Social Justice Coalition, and the
Asian American Student Union.
After he graduates from American University, he plans to go
into the Peace Corps to work with

deaf children, focusing on helping them acquire language. He


then plans to attend graduate
school to further his knowledge
and skills relating to international affairs.
Perhaps one day I will be fortunate enough to work for the
United Nations, Castillo said.
The four winners for this year
Castillo, Carolyn Bresnahan
from Cinnaminson High School,
Catherine ORorke from Shawnee
High School and Kacie Stettner
from Bordentown Regional High
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Kiddiecize: Ages 3-9. 12:30 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. This
family fitness program is
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importance of healthy lifestyle
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appropriate workout attire. Registration
required.
Visit
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Music Exploration Fun With Guitar: Ages 7-9. 1:30 p.m. at
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3:30 p.m. at Pinelands Branch
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Yoga Pretzels: Ages 6-12. 4:30 p.m.
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Tabernacle Historical Society


Annual Chicken BBQ: 2-6 p.m. at
the Tabernacle Methodist Church
located at 166 Carranza Road in
Tabernacle. The adult portion is
priced at $10. Smaller portions
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Lego Club: Ages 7-12. 3 and 4 p.m. at
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Kids Can Cook: Ages 4-6. Noon at
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Family Movie Night: Green
Lantern: Emerald Knights: 6
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
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library for this month's feature,
"Green
Lantern:
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Knights. Snacks and beverages
may be served, but feel free to
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required. Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/
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Festival biggest fundraiser for


the Church of Holy Eucharist
FESTIVAL
Continued from page 1
chines that should be avoided on
a full stomach.
This year, 92.5 XTU added to
the fun by stationing a tent at the
entrance and filling the air with
everybodys favorite country
tunes. Of course the music played
second fiddle to the laughs and
shouts from the action-packed
rides the children could not get
enough of.
Carole Pulaski and Barbara
Dunn talked about how it is one of
the limited chances people get to
converse with old friends they
dont get to see often.
Its a great opportunity to see
people that you havent seen in
awhile. I only see some of these
people once a year and its nice to
catch up, Pulaski said. Its also
nice because its in the middle of
the summer.
Even with temperatures heating up well into the 90s, folks were
not deterred from coming out and
supporting the Church of the
Holy Eucharists largest fundraiser. Edward Mooney is a longtime
Southampton
resident
who
moved here from Philadelphia
and has been coming to the festival for 14 years now.
The church needs money, and
this is a great way to meet people
and thank their volunteers,
Mooney said. Its also an opportunity for the church to meet
other parishes.
Any way you slice it, the festival is arguably the most anticipated event of the year for a typically
slow area known for its natural
tranquility.
Its good, controlled fun, Zoe
Kane of Tabernacle said. It really gives people the opportunity to
come out and enjoy the Pine Barrens.

Hundreds of volunteers working with the church were happy


to dedicate their time, whether it
was selling raffle tickets or supervising the carnival games.
All dressed in their blue tshirts, they enhanced each
guests experience by greeting
everyone like they were the first
person to walk through the en-

trance.
Linda Waters was in charge of
the carnival game side of the action that had an assortment of
fun options.
We keep it safe, clean and the
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