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2016 Military Child

Read Across America

Moorestown High School senior


Madeleine Morlino accepted to all four
U.S. military service academies
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
Moorestown High Schools
Madeleine Morlino feels anything
can be accomplished with grit, determination and perseverance, as
well as support from others.
She calls herself your average
17-year-old girl, but Morlino has
achieved above average accomplishments in her 17 years. Morlino found out in February she was
accepted into all four United
States military service academies, and last week she was
named Military Child of the Year
for the Air Force branch, all very
competitive programs.
I was in shock. I didnt think I
would get in. I was so excited. Im
truly honored to be chosen from
all the candidates, Morlino said.
I dont think you can achieve
everything by yourself. I am
thankful to my family and the
people of Moorestown for their
support.
Morlino was adopted as a 9month-old from Guangzhou,
China, by Leonard and Kerry
Morlino. She also has an older sister, Eleanor, who is a freshman at
Ringling College of Art and Design. Her father Leonard was in

the Air Force for 23 years. She


lived in England for nine years
before moving to Moorestown
and attending Moorestown High
School.
Throughout her time in
Moorestown, Morlino has accomplished much. She was involved
in many extracurricular activities such as various sports, class
councils and clubs, all while
maintaining her grades, as she is
in the top 9 percent of her class.
She wasnt shy to the arts and volunteering within her local neighborhood groups. She even created
her own events such as the Veterans Benefits and Job Expo last
year. She also received many academic
and
service-related
awards, in the area, region and
nationally.
Youll be awarded in so many
different ways by putting out
what you can and with all your
heart, Morlino said.
Since she was a freshman,
Morlino has been very serious
about attending one of the United
States military service academies. She started to look into
each academy with the life and
opportunities that could be acplease see MORLINO, page 18

BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun

South Valley Elementary School second-grade teacher Dayna Hendrickson and her son, kindergartener Owen, show off crazy hats they wore for the schools Read Across America celebration.
Students and teachers came in with colorful socks and wacky hats on Wednesday, March 2 not only
to celebrate Read Across America, but also Dr. Seuss birthday.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Ray of Hope
Contest deadline extended
to March 18. PAGE 5

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
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Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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Celebrating Womens History Month


Moorestown Library plans array of programs all about women
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun

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Month, highlighting the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society.
The Moorestown Library is celebrating with a number of programs all about women. Residents will get the opportunity to
learn about women in history in a
fun and exciting way.
Everything that we get (about
history) from schools and colleges has very little womens history That has gotten better over
the years, but women were and
are still largely left out. It is a lot

of fun, and it is interesting to


learn about womens history,
said Jean Perry, a retired adjunct
history professor at the Burlington County College, now Rowan
College at Burlington Country.
The Moorestown Library started the celebration last week on
Feb. 29 when Perry gave a presentation on women from your own
neighborhood. The Feb. 29 event
was the first of the series on
women from South Jersey. The
next presentations are March 14
on valiant New Jersey women,
getting to know Emily Roebling,
Dr. Lena Edwards, Clara Barton,
Elizabeth C. Stanton, Lucy Stone
and
Marilyn
Bourke-White;
March 21 on women social activists, learning about Edith
Elmer Wood, Ethel Lawrence,
Jane Addams and Maggie Kuhn;
and March 28 on women scientists, an introduction to Alice

Hamilton, Rachel Carson, Erin


Brockovich and Admiral Grace
Hopper.
Perry will give a lecture and
PowerPoint presentation during
these programs; however, there
will be an open discussion from
the audience throughout and
questions, answers and comments at the end. She will also not
only discuss the womens contributions in history, but their personalities and obstacles they
faced.
I think theyre going to hear
about some women they dont
know, and may hear about some
women that they know, but also
(theyll learn about) factors of
these womens lives they havent
known about Some of these
people have done fabulous things,
on the other hand, they had barriplease see REGISTER, page 19

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MARCH 915, 2016 THE MOORESTOWN SUN 5

Ray of Hope
deadline extended!

CALL NOW FOR FOR WINTER SAVINGS!

Non-profit or charitable group can win $500


in The Moorestown Suns Ray of Hope contest

best describes the groups goals


and contributions and put that
one in the contest.
Finally, our readers check out
the essays and then vote for the
group they believe is the most deserving.
The competition always is
keen, with groups often urging
their supporters and volunteers
to cast a vote. In years past when
weve run this drive, weve received more than 1,000 votes.
Here are a few more details
(well be sure to repeat them and
remind everyone to write and
vote in future editions).
Good luck to all:
Write and send us about 300
words regarding your favorite
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in our opinion

Hello, spring, are you here yet?


Our moods, our businesses, our livelihoods depend on your arrival
arch 20. Eleven more days. It
cant come soon enough. Officially, thats the start of
spring. Whether Mother Nature
agrees, though, is anyones guess at
this point. Early forecasts show she
will be good to us, but how much can
we actually rely on forecasts?
Spring is what we all need. We need
a nice stroll downtown, in the park or
on the boardwalk to reinvigorate us, to
get us out of the doldrum into which
winter plunges us every year, no matter how mild or extreme it is.
We got lucky this winter, with just
one major snowstorm that crippled us
for a week or so. Its been bitter cold at
times, too, as any winter is, and we got
a sprinkling of wet weather last week.

Your thoughts
What are you most looking forward to this
spring? While you are out and about
enjoying what hopefully will be beautiful
weather, send us the photos you take
along the way, and well be happy to share
them with the rest of the town.

But, hey, its in the 70s this week!


No matter how bad it is, winter affects all of our moods, and it affects
our bottom lines, too.
Well most likely be paying more in
taxes, in some way, at some level, for
pothole repairs and salt purchases.
Snow and cold weather affect local
businesses as well, especially retail
shops. Bad weather keeps patrons in-

side. The arrival of spring weather on


a consistent basis will hopefully turn
that around, and quickly.
Cold weather keeps people in the
mindset of no end in sight, and prevents many from taking day trips to
our states wonderful good-weather
spots, or from planning future trips, as
well.
In a little more than 60 days, the official start of the summer beach season
will be here. Does that even sound
right?
The good news is that it started to
warm up this week. Spring really does
look like its right around the corner.
Lets hope Mother Nature cooperates
and doesnt reverse the tide back to
winter. Please spare us!

Start temporary water solution


to get permanent fix done
Scott Carew recently stated that
Moorestown is moving forward to put a
Band-Aid on the contaminated well problem. In political rhetoric they call it an immediately interim solution.
Yeah right, read The Sun article and do
the math.
Three weeks here, three months there, it

sites. That is almost two years to just get


things started. And, as Mr. Carew quoted,
the contaminated levels are up-ticking. I
would call it passing the political hot potato around Town Hall.
Come on guys, lets get the temporary solution going so we can get the permanent
fix done.
Sadly to say, thats estimated to be $21
million for three treatment plants. That is
a lot of potatoes.
Jean Steuernagel

12 Steps, 12 Services, 12 Sermons at First Baptist Church


The
First
Baptist
Church
of
Moorestown will be offering a series of
worship services called, Learning and
Living the 12 Steps of Addiction Recovery.
On the second Sunday of each month of
2016 at 10 a.m., the worship service will be
designated a step service especially welcoming those struggling with or impacted
by addiction.

March 13 is the next meeting.


Many 12 Step programs meet at our
church. What we aim to do through this series is to give people in 12-step programs a
place to worship the higher power talked
about in meetings and in the Big Book,
said church pastor Linda Pepe. Sometimes our addictions can make us feel like
an outcast in church, or ashamed to even

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letter to the editor


goes on. Total, five months to get temporary equipment on site.
Mr. Carew is so concerned about this
TCP and TCE quagmire he stated he has
been in contact with officials of the Department of Protection on a weekly basis
since the wells have tested positive. Honestly folks, that was 17 months ago when
two wells closed in October 2014. Added to
the five months of negotiations plus 17
months, that totals 22 months to see any
temporary equipment on the contaminated

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Master Gardener Series: Pruning: 1


p.m. at the Moorestown Library.
Learn how and when to trim your
trees, shrubs and plants for the
healthiest growth from Master
Gardener Meredith Bogert.
Consequences: A Special Presentation for Parents: 7 p.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Have you
tried grounding your child and
taking away privileges, but nothing seems to work? Knowing
what consequences will work
takes skill. Learn how to give consequences that get through to
your child. Registration requested. Call (856) 234-0333.
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.
National
Organization
for
Women Alice Paul Chapter
meeting : 7 p.m. at First Baptist
Church. Works for political,
social and economic equality. For
more
information,
visit
www.southjerseynow.org.
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
and check current course schedule.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Overeaters Anonymous meeting:
10 a.m. at St. Matthew Lutheran
Church, 318 Chester Ave. 7 p.m.
at First Baptist Church, 19 W. Main
St. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit
www.oa-southjersey.org for information.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Pastors Bible Study
at 6:30 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Moorestown: Testimonial meeting 7:30 p.m. 420 Kings Highway,
Moorestown.

THURSDAY MARCH 10
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Moorestown Area Toastmasters


meeting: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Mt.
Laurel Fire Station, 69 Elbo Lane.

WANT TO BE LISTED?
Send information by mail to: Calendar, The Moorestown Sun, 108
Kings Highway East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Or by email:
news@moorestownsun.com. Or you can submit a calendar listing
through our website (www.moorestownsun.com).
For more information, visit
4887.toastmastersclubs.org.
Moorestown Running Company
Speed Night group run: 6:30
p.m. Meet at Moorestown Running Company, 115 W. Main St.
Questions, email joe.halin@runningco.com.
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 MARCH 11
Big Book Sale: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Moorestown Library. Hardbacks, paperbacks, children's
books and beautiful coffee table
books will be available to purchase. Come and find some great
books you never have to return.
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. Closed meeting.
For more information, visit
www.southjerseyal-anon-org.

SATURDAY MARCH 12
Big Book Sale: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Moorestown Library. Hardbacks, paperbacks, children's
books and beautiful coffee table
books will be available to purchase. Come and find some great
books you never have to return.
Chesterbrook Academy Open
House: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Chesterbook Academy, 130 Borton Landing Road in Moorestown.
The event will provide an opportunity for families to meet the
school principal, teachers and
current students, explore classrooms and learn more about

Chesterbrook Academys signature Links to Learning curriculum. All children who attend the
open house will also receive safety tips and a free identification
card, courtesy of New York Life
Insurance Company. To RSVP for
the open house, call Ann or Sue
at (856) 234-5557.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 8 a.m. Meet at
Moorestown Running Company,
115 W. Main St. Distances and
paces vary.

SUNDAY MARCH 13
Learning and Living the 12 Steps
of Addiction Recovery: 10 a.m.
First
Baptist
Church
of
Moorestown, 19 West Main St.
The worship service will be designated a step service especially
welcoming those struggling with
or impacted by addiction. For
more information, call (856) 2351180 or info@fbcmoorestown.org.
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 8:30 and 11
a.m. Adult Forum at 9:45 a.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.
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will present two performances of
the play To Kill A Mockingbird
on Friday, March 11 at 7 p.m. and
Saturday, March 12 at 7 p.m. Before each performance, actors
will pay tribute to author Harper
Lee, who died on Feb. 19. All tickets are $12 and may be purchased
online at mfs.booktix.com. Performances are open to the public.

About To Kill A Mockingbird


In the mid-1930s, racial tensions
are high in Maycomb, Ala.
Nonetheless, young Jean Louise
Finch, most well-known as Scout,
manages to live a rather carefree,
privileged existence, insulated
from issues of race. However,
when her father Atticus Finch defends an innocent black man, Tom
Robinson, against a potential
death sentence, Scout begins to realize that just because society portrays something as being true
doesnt mean that it actually is
fact. In this compelling family
story we see a small town faced
with racial injustice and one
mans journey to better his childrens views in a cowardly world.
To Kill A Mockingbird is now
considered an American masterpiece about the power of childhood innocence, morality, and
love.

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1904. From that first year, it carried out programs and projects
designed to benefit the population
of the entire town. MIA had the
first water well dug and the first
concrete sidewalks and curbs in-

stalled, as examples of its early efforts.


As stipulated in our charter, we
are to hold an annual meeting
where all members as well as the
general public are invited to attend. The program for our 2016
Annual Meeting will feature Jack
Cresson, Moorestowns resident
archaeologist. Cresson will speak
about Moorestowns prehistoric
past, an overview of the prehistoric sites that are located around
town.
The trustees are inviting everyone to come and learn about who
was living in our towns area well
before it was an established mu-

nicipality. The meeting is free and


light refreshments will be available. The location of the Annual
Meeting is the Garden Room of
the Moorestown Community
House and it begins at 7 p.m. on
March 17.
Memberships and donations to
help us continue our work can be
sent to the Moorestown Improvement Association, P.O. Box 404,
Moorestown, N.J. 08057. Please
like us on Facebook or go to our
website at: moorestownimprovement.org/membership/ for updates on our bi-annual walking
tours of the town and our other
projects.

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Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot
an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@moorestownsun.
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By KAHRA F. BUSS
Dept. of Parks & Recreation
As the daylight grows longer
and the temperatures rise, we are
assured that our friend the
groundhog was right this year
an early spring. With an early
spring, preparations for summer
will kick into high gear. The Department of Parks and Recreation
has already paved the way for
summer programs, and registration is just a click away.
The Summer Parks Program
2016 will take place at Mary
Roberts
Elementary
School,
George C. Baker School and the
New Albany Recreation Center.
This day camp is geared toward
children ages 5 to 12 and is a relaxed environment in which children can play with old friends,
make new friends, play sports,
games, do crafts and participate in
special projects. This five-week
program boasts a professional
staff, licensed educators and a full
staff of energetic college and high
school counselors who enjoy
working with children. Weekly

field trips are an additional cost to


campers and change from week to
week. The Summer Parks Program
is
a
time-honored,
Moorestown favorite.
As a precursor to the Summer
Parks Program, Four is Fun gets
children warmed up for summer
camp in this age appropriate and
physically active program. Children may attend the morning session, the afternoon session or
both. Licensed educators and professional caregivers staff this developmentally appropriate summer camp for the pre-K set. From
age appropriate physical activities
to academic reinforcement to art
and read aloud time, this camp
has everything your 4-year-old
loves.
The Summer Theater Program
is one of the best, all-inclusive
summer theater programs in the
area. Each summer, more than 100
children are cast in the Summer
Theater Program play, and in the
matter of five-weeks, Director
Sarah Dugan turns 100 individuals into a unified theatrical group.
Each summer, a special partner-

ship between the Special Needs


Camp and the Sumer Theater Program incorporates special needs
campers into the performances.
With Theater Buddies and counselors, each camper is given the
opportunity to perform. This summer Shrek, the Musical, Jr. will
be performed and enjoyed by all.
Entering its second year, the
Summer Theater for Teens offers
children who have grown up in the
Summer Theater Program the opportunity to continue their participation. Teens will delve into the
craft of musical theater and focus
on character development, acting
technique, vocal technique as well
as conditioning and theater history. This year, this talented group of
teens will perform James and the
Giant Peach.
The Summer Special Needs
Camp will continue the expansion
made last summer and will offer
special needs students ages 5 to 21,
two separate groups, the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities from art and
please see SUMMER, page 21

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Deadline March 18
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profit, just about anything that
fits the description. The group
just must have a 501 (c) (3) status
as a non-profit.
Tell us why your group is deserving of the $500, what it might
do with the money and how it
makes a positive impact in the
community.
Write with flair, passion and
persuasion.
The new submission deadline
is Friday, March 18.
The Sun then will choose several finalists and will publish them.
At that point, its up to the readers to decide who gets the money.
Readers will be given the opportunity to vote for one of the finalists.
When its all over and the votes
are counted, well award $500 to
the organization featured in the

essay that receives the most votes


from readers.
Well give out prizes to the person who wrote the winning essay,
and also to a few lucky voters
whose names well throw in a hat.
It all starts now, so break out a
pen and pad or, better yet, send us
an e-mail singing the praises of
your favorite township-based
nonprofit/charitable organization. You, and your favorite
group, just might take home some
money.
To enter:
Via mail: The Moorestown
Sun, 108 Kings Highway East, 3rd
Floor, Haddonfield, N.J. 08033.
Via e-mail: news@moorestownsun.com
Be sure to include your name,
address and telephone number.
Questions? Call (856) 528-4993
or
send
an
e-mail
to
news@moorestownsun.com
Remember, we must have your
essay in hand by Friday, March 18
to enter.

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Helpers of Gods Precious Infants


New Jersey seeks volunteers
The Helpers of Gods Precious
Infants New Jersey is a non-profit
organization devoted to building
a culture of life and family in
New Jersey. This labor of love is
the creation of Teri LaBrosse,
Mary Anne Barlow and Claire
Howson, three women and mothers who come to the aid of pregnant women in need who believe
their only option is abortion. Two
of the three partners live in
Moorestown where they work to
aid struggling women and couples as they come through tough
times and get to a place where
they can support themselves.
Their clients are from all over the
area, from Camden to Trenton.
The Helpers organize their
time into driving those in need to
doctors
appointments,
job
searches and hospital visits. They
also spend time finding rehabili-

tation opportunities for women


struggling with addiction and
offer relocation services for those
who suffer abusive situations.
Many times those they help need
assistance getting social services
to which they are entitled, and
the Helpers will set a plan for
them.
The work is not only to better
the situation for mothers and babies, but also for the fathers. If
there is a babys father who needs
help with counseling or finding a
job, the Helpers will do all they
can to aid him as well. They believe that if a father is willing to
step up to his responsibilities he
should be encouraged to do so.
They have also been known to
help the grandmothers of these
babies.
Since the three women began
working together more than a

year ago, with their incorporation of the non-profit in October,


more than 25 babies have been
born, including twins. Triplets
are on the horizon. Anyone interested can become a volunteer
helper, and donations of goods
and finances are always appreciated.
For more information please
email claire@helpersnj.org, call
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they are very competitive programs and didnt think she would
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no matter what branch.
Her first acceptance letter was
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that I was interested in, more career fields that aligned with my
interest goals like the ability to
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opportunities, like free fall parachuting, Morlino said.
She also recently found out she
was chosen out of 500 applications as the Military Child of the
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This is a national award that recognizes military children, one
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I was definitely honored and
humbled (to receive the award),
Morlino said.
Though Morlino has worked
hard for all she has accomplished,
she attributes all of her success to
her family and the Moorestown
community.
According to Morlino, living
the military family lifestyle, she
has learned a lot from her family.
She came to the conclusion to go
to a military academy because of
her fathers service, but she also
has learned the value of getting

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From my experience, I wouldnt be here without my family. My
parents have been so supportive
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said.
Morlino also wanted to thank
her friends, school, neighbors and
the entire Moorestown community for all of their help and support
along the way.
I wouldnt be here without
each and every one who helped
me. Im so grateful for everyones
support, Morlino said.
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Register for librarys free Womens


History Month programs online
REGISTER
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ers to get over and have not always been perfect people. There
are good lessons to (learn by) seeing how they got there and their
life, Perry said.
These free programs will all be
held at 7 p.m. in Meeting Room A
at Moorestown Library.
Moorestown Library will present Annie Oakley: Aim for a
High Mark" by Kim Hanley on
March 15 at 11 a.m.
With professional partner Buffalo Bill Cody, Oakley, a diminutive sharpshooter and exhibition
shooter, competed in a sport and
in a world dominated by men. She
learned to shoot from necessity,
hunting to feed her parents and
siblings. Oakley grew up poor,

overcoming a difficult and abusive childhood. She felt strongly


that women were just as capable
as men and insisted they should
strive to achieve any goal or occupation that interested them.
Her motto was to, "Aim for a
high mark for practice will
make you perfect." Her hope was
all women would reach the "Bullseye of Success."
Hanley has opened the eyes
and put smiles on the faces of
thousands of young American
citizens, as a historical impersonator of Oakley, Abigail Adams
presented at the library last year
Betsy Ross and many other compelling American women. Hanley
holds her B.F.A. from the State
University of New York, F.I.T.
campus, in restoration and history of applied arts. Hanley is also a
talented seamstress who designs
and creates all of her costumes

from historical references.


This program is free and open
to the public, as it is funded by the
Horizons Speakers Bureau of the
New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the
National Endowment for the Humanities. For more information
about the Horizons Speakers Bureau, please visit njch.org/programs/hsb.
Reserve your spot for one or
more of these programs by registering online at the librarys website www.moorestown.lib.nj.us or
by calling the reference desk at
(856) 234-0333.
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Moorestown debate team nabs second straight varsity title


Special to The Sun

On Feb. 24, the Moorestown debate team traveled to Eastern


Regional High School to compete
in the South Jersey Debate
League championship at both
the varsity and JV levels.
Teams of Laura Sussman/Kyle
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title for Moorestown. JV teams
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March 21 and 23.
The two-evening "Boat NJ"
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safety class is required by the
state Division of State Police Marine Law Enforcement for boat
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and participate in the performances. Due to a generous donation
made by Sean Fischel Connect, the
department has been able to expand this program to serve older
children. Sean Fischel Connect
has made the Special Needs Camp
a priority in its annual giving and
has allowed this program and its
certified special education and
nursing staff to serve these children and their families.
In addition to these five- and sixweek programs, the department is
pleased to offer a variety of oneand two-week camps: from Summer Art Camp to Girls Lacrosse
Camp, a general Sports Camp, a
weekly basketball camp and more.
As these programs set dates and
specific locations, they will be listed on the Department of Parks
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youth and families every year in a
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specialized in-community services across southern New Jersey. It
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(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, 11 a.m. for New Creation in the commons. 101 Bridgeboro Road, Moorestown.
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 noon. 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): Worship service at 10
a.m. Children are welcome. Social
hour follows at 10:45 a.m. 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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(609) 346-4348.
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First Church of Christ, Scientist,
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Baby Time: For children under 2,
with a caregiver. 9:30 a.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Drop in each
week for stories, rhymes and
songs just for babies. Children
and caregivers are invited to stay
after the stories and enjoy a playtime together. Siblings are welcome. No registration required.
Time for Twos: For children who are
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10:45 a.m. at the Moorestown
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stories, rhymes and songs just for
2-year-olds! Siblings are welcome. No registration required.
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Celebrate Womens History Month:
7 p.m. at the Moorestown Library.
Valiant New Jersey Women. You
will get to know Emily Roebling,
Dr. Lena Edwards, Clara Barton,
Elizabeth C. Stanton, Lucy Stone
and Marilyn Bourke-White. Register by calling (856) 234-0333.
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sport and world dominated by
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The 15 Minute Child Break: 7 p.m.
at the Moorestown Library. Parents are still the strongest influence in their childrens lives, and
you can use your influence as a
parent, grandparent or caregiver
to communicate effectively with
your children of age about substance abuse. The 15 Minute Child
Break covers topics such as:
strengthening parenting skills,
utilizing teachable moments and
keeping your kids drug-free. Registration is requested. Call (856)
234-0333.
Societa Bell Italia-American
Organization meeting: Continues culture, language, music,
food and traditions of ancestors.
Meets at Lambertis Modo Milano
Restaurant. For more information, email ggkatz@verizon.net.
Moorestown Garden Club meeting:
10 a.m. at Moorestown Community House, 16 E. Main St. For more
information, visit www.moores
towngardenclub.com.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 2
to 3 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
information, visit www.southjerseyal-anon-org.
Garden State Chorale Rehearsals:
7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church.
For membership information, visit www.gschorale.org or call (856)
858-9322.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Afternoon with the
Bible at 1 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
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