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VMS students put on engineer thinking caps


Voorhees Middle School sixth graders learn engineering, entrepreneurship in unique way
By JULIE SHANNON
The Sun
Several sixth-grade students at
Voorhees Middle School are getting their creative juices flowing
as they work on a project that involves going through the process
of what an engineer is and designing.
Its called the Dyson Foundation Project from the James
Dyson Foundation, a two-week
process that was started by James
Dyson, creator of the Dyson vacuum. The students started the project on Oct. 10 and will finish on
Oct. 24. After the students finish,
they will showcase their creations to their parents on Oct. 25.
According to its website, the
James Dyson Foundation is dedicated to encouraging young people to think differently, make mistakes, invent and realize their engineering potential.
Voorhees Middle School librarian Stacey Fulton got word of this
project from her library resource
e-mail list. She thought it was
something the students could
benefit from since they had just
read the book Howtoon: Tools of
Mass Construction over the
summer. The book is about a
brother and sister using everyday
objects to invent toys that readers
can build.

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Ori Meirovitch, Mason Cherkas, Cain Joynes and Caleb Hahm from Julie Zielinskis sixth-grade class
work together on their Dyson projects.
Basically, the reasoning was
to get kids thinking about creating, building and making, Fulton said. This was a natural marriage of the two.
She approached language arts
teacher Julie Zielinski who was

intrigued by the idea and, soon


after, two of her language arts
classes started the project. Each
student received an ideas box,
which came with a Dyson product, DVDs and a booklet of lessons. According to Zielinski, the

DVDs show how Dyson got started and shows engineers from the
company at work. She also said
the ideas box covers multiple
standards and gets students to
think with their heads and hands.
After day one, I realized it is

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not about math and science, she


said. It is also about enhancing
communication skills that students lack.
Besides learning the process of
an engineer and designing, the
students are coming up with
ways to change a product to make
it work better and figuring out
how to work collaboratively in a
productive way.
I had students write down in a
journal what invention they
could not live without, Zielinski
said. Next, they found that invention using the school databases and had to find the inventor
and the date it was invented.
After that, groups I assigned
came up with an object that is either at school or at home that
they all thought could be a better
one. They sketched their designs
individually and then began
working on improving an item.
Zielinskis students are just as
excited as her and Fulton about
the whole process.
What I learned so far is that
there are certain inventions that I
thought I could not live without,
and I learned that most inventions came from mistakes, student Brooke Elwell said. I like
how Dyson created a new fan and
it was safety free and a super cool
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OCT. 19-25, 2016 THE VOORHEES SUN 3

By JULIE SHANNON
The Sun
When Gisele DiNatale created
the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation with her husband Mario in
honor of her daughter Alicia in
2002, she didnt think what the
foundation would be like years
down the road.
We barely thought four weeks
ahead, DiNatale said.
Fourteen years later, the foundation has grown to heights DiNatale never dreamed of, helping
thousand
of
hospitalized

teenagers around the country.


Its biggest fundraiser of the
year, the 14th Annual Birthday
Bash, will be held on Oct. 28 from
6:30 to 11:30 p.m. at Luciens
Manor in Berlin.
The event will feature a cocktail reception, sit-down dinner
and top-shelf open bar with more
than 150 unique basket and silent
auctions. Proceeds go toward
funding for ARVFs Victorious 4
Teens programs offered to hospitalized children.
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The Sun is proud to announce


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Library book sale Oct. 20-22


The Voorhees branch of the
Camden County library system is
holding its book sale from Thursday, Oct. 20 through Saturday, Oct.
22.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on
Thursday and Friday, and 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Only cash

or checks can be accepted for payment.


The M. Allan Vogelson Regional Branch Library is located at
203 Laurel Road. More information can be found at www.camdencountylibrary.org/voorheesbranch.

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Its almost time to vote

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Head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to elect your leaders


Richard Donnelly

oting is one of the inalienable


rights that our forefathers
fought so fervently for so
many years ago. Many would say that
voting is one of the most important inalienable rights that we have as Americans, if not the most important inalienable right.
Colonial Americans fought for independence in the 1700s based on the rallying cry of no taxation without representation, and they wanted the
right to choose their own representation.
Over the following 200 years, three
major pieces of legislation extended
or ensured voting rights:
The Fifteenth Amendment to the
Constitution gave voting rights to non-

Will you vote?


Do you plan to vote in this years
General Election? Why or why not?
Share your thoughts on this, and other
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white males;
The Nineteenth Amendment gave
women the right to vote;
And The Voting Rights Act of 1965
prevented discrimination in voting.
A lot of time and effort were spent,
and blood was shed, to give all citizens
of the United States 18 years of age
and older the right to vote.
And now, it is up to you to take advantage of that right at the polls. The
General Election will be held Tuesday,
Nov. 8, and in addition to a contentious

and heated presidential election, there


are plenty of important local elections
on the ticket as well.
In upcoming issues of The Sun, you
will find information on exactly what
you are voting for at the polls, when
the polls are open and details on every
polling location in town.
If you have further questions about
the election, you can always find information on the countys website or call
your local clerk.
Whatever your political slant or
whomever you may be voting for,
make sure you make your way to the
polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Many people
before us fought for your inalienable
right to do so. It is our responsibility
to exercise that right.

Veterans Wall of Honor ceremony set for Oct. 24


"Youve never lived until youve almost
died. For those who fought for it, life has a
flavor the protected will never know.
Anonymous Vietnam Veteran
Voorhees Township is proud to honor
those who fought for our freedom with the
addition of more veterans to our Veterans
Wall of Honor. The ceremony will be held
on Monday, Oct. 24 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
with a program in the Macy's Court on the
lower level of the Voorhees Town Center.
The Wall of Honor is located in Town Hall
and will be viewed immediately following
the program.
We are proud of the men and women
who wore the uniform of the U.S. military.
It is fitting that these brave men and
women be honored on a Veterans Wall because they stood on the "Wall of Freedom"
to risk their lives for our great grandparents, grandparents, parents and generations to follow.
This year, 37 veterans will be added to

the Wall, bringing


the total to 333. We
expect the Wall of
Honor to be a lasting tribute that will
grow
annually.
Below is a list of
the new veterans to
be honored on the
Wall. This years
additions include
notable
names
such as Douglass
Wells,
former
mayor
of
Michael
Voorhees and Air
Force pilot who
Mignogna
served during the
Vietnam Conflict, MAYORS MESSAGE
and the four Connors brothers, Martin, Edward, Philip and
David, all of whom fought in WWII.
We are proud to honor and add the following veterans to the Voorhees Veterans

Wall of Honor: Donald William Albertson,


USAF; Ferriol C. Apistar, USN; Gerson
Cohen, USA; David W. Connors, USA; Edward P. Connors, USA; Martin J. Connors,
USN; Philip J. Connors, Sr., USN; Donald
Alfred Cretiz, USA; Rosalio C. De Castro,
USN; Joseph Anthony D'Ottavi, USA;
Frank M. Dutton, USA; Charles Ralph
France, USAF; Charles Edward Fulton, III,
USMC; Kenneth W. Gonter, USN; Quincy C.
Hobbs, Jr. USA; James A. Husted, USN;
Ben Klein, USA; Joseph Klein, USN; Walter
L. Kline, USMC; Jacob D. Kohl, USN;
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THE TWO FACES OF MIKE FRIEDMAN


When looking for your vote: Mike Friedman says he has never voted for a tax increase.
While serving on Township Committee: Mike Friedman has voted YES to every single
spending bill since 2011! (Source: Official Voorhees Township Meeting Minutes 2011-2016)
When looking for your vote: Mike Friedman says he supports public safety.
While serving on Township Committee: Mike Friedman voted NO to putting a police
RIFHULQHYHU\VFKRRODQGKLULQJPRUHSROLFHRIFHUVIRURXUFRPPXQLW\ (Source: Official
2016 Voorhees Township Budget)

When looking for your vote: Mike Friedman says he really didnt mean to support
Donald Trump or Chris Christie.
While serving on Township Committee: Mike Friedman was a Trump delegate at the
Republican National Convention and repeatedly endorses Christie on social media!
(Source: Official 2016 Primary Election Ballot & Mike Friedmans Facebook Page)

DONT TRUST AN ESTABLISHMENT POLITICIAN LIKE


MIKE FRIEDMAN WHO SAYS ONE THING AND DOES NOTHING!

IF ELECTED, TOM FANELLI WILL:


 Vote to keep police in every school and more in the
community to keep our families safe and secure!
 Vote to hold the line on taxes with more disciplined
spending through enhanced shared services and grants!
 Vote in favor of improved services for Voorhees residents of all ages!
ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH VOTE FOR SOMEONE WHO WILL DO WHAT
THEY SAY WHEN SERVING THE TOWNSHIP INSTEAD OF MAKING EMPTY
CAMPAIGN PROMISES WHEN ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE.

VOTE FOR TOM FANELLI


DEMOCRAT FOR VOORHEES TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE - THE RIGHT CHOICE AT THE RIGHT TIME FOR VOORHEES!

www.facebook.com/TomFanelliForVoorhees
Paid for by Tom Fanelli for Township Committee, P.O. Box 751, Voorhees, New Jersey 08043

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WEDNESDAY OCT. 19
Crochet and Knit Program: Adult. 4
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Crocheters and
knitters gather to work on projects. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Teen Volunteer Power Hour:
Teen/Tween. 4 p.m. Voorhees
Branch Library at 203 Laurel
Road. Earn a quick hour of volunteer service at the library. There
will be different projects each
month. Attendees must be
between six and 12th grade. Reg-

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ister at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Breath, Water, Sound Yoga: Adult.
6:15 p.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road.
Learn simple yet profoundly
effective tools to let go of emotional, mental and physical stress
easily from your system. David
uses a multifaceted yogic
approach involving breath, water,
sound, humor, postures, knowledge and group dynamics to
access more energy and relaxation. No prior experience needed and very gentle.
Kids Bingo: Children. 6:30 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Bring a blanket for
sitting and play bingo! No registration required.
Arm Knitting: Adult. 6:30 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Knit a fun fashion
accessory with recycled t-shirts
and other decorative types of
yarn. Supplies will be provided.
Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Boy Scout Troop No. 48 meeting:
Behind Holy Communion Luther-

an Church, Route 73. Boys ages


10 to 18. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Questions,
visit www.troop48berlin.org.
Kresson Bible Church Womens
Bible Study: 7 p.m. 329 KressonGibbsboro Road, Voorhees.
Ashland Church Kids Activities:
Preschool to grade four. 6:30 p.m.
33 East Evesham Road. Call 4298844 or visit www.AshlandChurch.org for information.
FougCrew: Grades fourth to sixth. 7
p.m. at Ashland Church, 33 East
Evesham Road. Call 429-8844 or
visit www.AshlandChurch.org for
information.
Ashland Church Youth Bible
Study: 7 p.m. Junior high and
high schoolers. 33 East Evesham
Road. Call 429-8844 or visit
www.AshlandChurch.org
for
information.

THURSDAY OCT. 20
Giant Voorhees Book Sale: 10 a.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. More than 100
tables with 60,000 books, music
and movies will be available for
purchase.

Teen Volunteer Power Hour:


Teen/Tween. 4 p.m. Voorhees
Branch Library at 203 Laurel
Road. Earn a quick hour of volunteer service at the library. There
will be different projects each
month. Attendees must be
between six and 12th grade. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Kid Craft Corner: Grades K-2. 4:30
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Hear a story
and do a make and take craft
after school. Register at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Next Chapter Book Club: Adult. 7
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library,
203 Laurel Road. Adults and older teens with intellectual or
developmental disabilities meet
weekly to read and talk about
books in a casual, enjoyable
group. Register online at
www.camdencountylibrary.org
Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club:
7:15 a.m. at various locations. For
more information, visit www.
voorheesbreakfastrotary.org.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 to 11
a.m. at Hope United Methodist

OCT. 19-25, 2016


Church, 700 Cooper Road. Call
609-704-2832
or
visit
www.oa.org.
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.

FRIDAY OCT. 21
Giant Voorhees Book Sale: 10 a.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. More than 100
tables with 60,000 books, music
and movies will be available for
purchase.
Math Classes: Adult. 10 a.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
please see CALENDAR, page 13

OCT. 19-25, 2016 THE VOORHEES SUN 9

letterS to the editor


Vote Mike Friedman
for township committee
In an election year filled with
so much disappointment, I find
excitement and hope in the fact
that I will be casting my vote to
re-elect Mike Friedman to the
Voorhees Township Committee. I
urge every Voorhees resident, regardless of political affiliation, to
do the same.
Whether you know it or not,
Friedman has been working tirelessly for you and your family to
ensure that Voorhees government is run more transparently,
ethically, and responsibly since
the day he took office in 2011. Before Mike was first elected, the
Voorhees was controlled by a oneparty monopoly. Back then our
property taxes increased by an average of more than 6 percent each
year. With no minority member of
the committee to keep the majority honest, the government simply
spent more money each year, en-

riching their political allies and


handing out township jobs like
they were candy on Halloween.
Since Mike has taken office, the
rate of tax growth has dropped to
about 2 percent annually and he
has never voted to increase our
property taxes, not even once. We
cant afford to go back.
Mike fought against taxpayer
funded health care for politicians
at a cost of more than $125,000 per
year, and he made them stop. Mike
has pushed for greater public safety by growing our Class II police
officer numbers, making sure
every school has a cop to protect
our kids, and introducing anti-solicitation and peddling laws. Mike
has fought for non-tax revenues
such as sponsorships for parks
and fields in town so we can pass
the savings on to taxpayers.
Voorhees taxpayers deserve the
best, and Friedman is the best our
local government has to offer
(which is probably why he was
named 2015 Citizen of the Year by
the Voorhees Rotary Club). He is

a great representative for all of


Voorhees. Please cast your vote
on Nov. 8 to re-elect Committeeman Mike Friedman.
Brian M. McGovern

Friedmans ties to Trump


are disappointing
I was surprised to read recently in a Voorhees Sun ad that
Voorhees Township Republican
Committeeman Michael Friedman traveled to the Republican
National Convention to serve as a
New Jersey delegate for Donald
Trump. There he was, proudly
displaying his Trump delegate
credentials in the ad.
Frankly, I was shocked since
Mr. Friedman claims he is independent minded. To verify the accuracy of the advertisement asserting Friedman served as a
Trump delegate in Cleveland, I
checked his Facebook page. Mr.
Friedman states, I accepted an
please see LETTERS, page 18

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the excitement
for an innovative
piece of public
policy. It was there, in front of the
Camden County Animal Shelter,
I unveiled Normans Law, which
was progressive legislation that
ostensibly banned all stores in
our county from selling puppy
mill dogs and cats. I am happy to
announce this model legislation
has been adopted by jurisdictions
throughout New Jersey and the
country.
Last year, based on objective research and analysis done by local
advocates, the Humane Society
and pet owners, we wanted to ensure county residents had healthy
and happy families after they
adopt or buy a pet. That said, we
know that puppy mill dogs and
cats spend much of their lives
in small cages and female dogs
are bred as frequently as possible. Throughout the crafting of
this legislation I heard the horror
stories from pet owners who either knowingly or unknowingly
bought a puppy mill dog. Based
on those traumatic experiences
and commentary from across the
country, and right here in Camden County, there was no doubt
in my mind we had to act on this
issue.
As a dog owner and elected
official I wanted to ensure our
neighbors have the ability to
adopt healthy dogs and cats and
never have to worry about where
they come from or how they are
raised. In Camden County, almost 80 percent of our more than
180,000 households own a cat
or a dog; and I can tell you from

firsthand experience
that when our myriad
animal shelters open
their doors on the
weekends they are
flooded with prospective pet owners. It was
imperative that the
Board of Freeholders
act on this because we
know these animals
are not merely products, they are cherished family
members.
I can tell you Norman, my Labmix, is as synonymous with the
Nash family as I am. He is beloved by neighbors and, more
than likely, his well-being will
be asked about more so than my
own. As pet owners we develop
a special bond with our dogs and
cats that make them critical to our
households.
After a year of traveling the
state and working to spread the
word with help from advocates
and activists from my home town
of Cherry Hill I am happy to report that just about every town in
the county has adopted a localized version of Normans Law.
Furthermore, there has been significant interest statewide, with
Ocean, Monmouth, Middlesex
and Mercer counties all adopting this important piece of legislation. Furthermore, more than
150 other jurisdictions have taken
up the challenge of eliminating
puppy and cat mills from their
respective communities.
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10 THE VOORHEES SUN OCT. 19-25, 2016

MEET THE

CANDIDATES
Every week, The Sun will ask the candidates in the Nov. 8 election
for committee to respond to questions pertinent to local issues.
You can find responses online at www.voorheessun.com.
This weeks questions: 1.) What are your feelings regarding recent municipal
budgets, expenditures and municipal property tax rates in Voorhees?
2.) How would you rate the municipalitys ability to communicate with
residents and respond to their needs? What would you continue or change?
1.) While Township Committee has
made significant progress recently in
lowering the rate of tax increases in our
budget, it wasnt always that way. We
have plenty more work to do in this area
to stem the tide of good, hard-working,
residents who are fleeing our town after
their kids graduate high school for other
more tax-friendly towns in Burlington
County, Ocean County or even out of
state. It is incumbent upon committee to
do everything possible to alleviate this
burden on our residents.
During the nine-year period prior to
my election in 2010, when my opponents
party had absolute 5-0 control of committee, the average tax increase per year was
6.3 percent without a single year of taxes
being reduced or remaining flat. By comparison, the last six years since I have
been elected to committee, taxes have
only increased an average of 2.65 percent
annually with one year of taxes being reduced and another year of taxes remaining flat. This is not a coincidence, but is
the result of having a taxpayer watchdog
on committee who provides local govern-

ment with the necessary checks


costs and increase efficiency;
and balances it needs.
and
My opponent wishes to take

Working to infuse a
Voorhees back to the days of 5-0
new revenue stream into our
one-party rule with record contownship by establishing comtinued tax increases highlighted
mercial naming rights sponsorby the granting of expensive payships with local and regional
to-play contracts to cronies of
businesses
the majority. If I have the honor
2.) Communication and transof being re-elected, I will continparency are vital to a responsible
ue to be a champion for the
local government. Our residents
Voorhees taxpayer by:
MIKE FRIEDMAN deserve committee members
Working to eliminate exwho are going to be available and
pensive political patronage jobs for responsive to them no matter what the
cronies of the majority paid for on the issue. Similarly to our tax rates, our combacks of Voorhees taxpayers;
mittee has made strides in this area since
Working to have our most expen- I came aboard in 2010, but there is more
sive yearly professional appointments that can and should be done.
work under a flat fee arrangement (as
Since 2010, I have improved communiother towns have done) as opposed to cation to our residents by hosting over 75
being paid via uncontained ballooning town hall and coffee meetings to provide
hourly fee which will allow us to con- status updates to residents and respond
tain costs and save us hundreds of thou- to residents concerns. I will continue to
sands of dollars per year;
dedicate myself to meeting with resi Working to continue and obtain dents whenever and wherever possible. I
new shared service opportunities with was also the first committeeperson to creother towns and public entities to share ate and maintain a dedicated Facebook

page which provides consistent updates


to residents concerning policies from
committee, public safety happenings and
through which I provide prompt answers
to questions from residents looking for
information. Our residents have greatly
appreciated this outreach, and I will continue to maintain this open line of communication
so
that
residents
concerns may be answered at the drop of
a hat.
Since 2010, I have also pushed for vast
improvements to our township website
which now includes past budgets, agendas, minutes and even video of committee meetings for increased openness. As a
committee, we need to do a better job
though of exactly when and where they
can catch our meeting broadcasts. Finally, our website is again being revised so
that it is even more user friendly and has
as much information as possible at our
residents fingertips. I pride myself on
being able to communicate with and be
available to our residents at all times and
would be honored to do the same for another three years.

OCT. 19-25, 2016 THE VOORHEES SUN 11

1.) As many residents know, the majority of our property taxes fund the local
and regional school districts. Voorhees
has an excellent school system. Like
most things in life, you get what you pay
for. This is also true with the municipal
budget, which makes up about 14 percent
of the total property tax bill and is the
only portion that is under the control of
township committee. My view is to hold
the line on taxes with more disciplined
spending through enhanced shared services and grants. I also believe that
Voorhees residents are entitled to the
highest quality of municipal services at
the lowest possible costs. As a parent and
long-time Voorhees resident, I understand the importance of public safety and
security in times like these. The safety of
Voorhees children and our families must
come first. Our Voorhees Police Department, led by Chief Lou Bordi, does an excellent job, and we must give the police
department and first responders the re-

sources they need to protect our


ing no to budgets, which provide
residents. Unfortunately, my opsafety and security to our resiponent voted against putting podents, my opponent has not come
lice officers in every school and
up with one initiative while on
more on our streets. Mike Friedcommittee. If elected, I will advomans vote against this years
cate the hiring of a professional
municipal budget was irrespongrant writer. Grants are an excelsible and the wrong decision for
lent way to raise revenues withVoorhees residents and their
out raising taxes. I believe a profamilies. This years budget was
fessional grant writer is a great
approved by Mayor Mignogna,
way
to help take some of the
TOM FANELLI
Deputy Mayor Ravitz, Commitproperty tax burden off of our
teewoman Nocito and Commitresidents.
teeman Platt, and put more police in our
2.) I believe that the municipality does
schools and on our streets while still an excellent job communicating with its
being within the 2 percent cap.
residents and responding to their needs.
As a member of the Planning Board Unlike many towns, Voorhees tapes and
and an active member in our community, airs its township committee meetings on
I have watched the actions of our current the local public access channel. Voorhees
township administration. With all the also has a user friendly interactive webcuts in state aid, they have done an excel- site where residents can go for a tremenlent job of keeping the municipal tax dous amount of information. Voorhees
rates stable while spending our tax dol- also has many dedicated employees who
lars wisely. Unfortunately, other than vot- respond to residents needs on a daily

basis. As a member of the Planning


Board for the last 20 years and its chairman for the last eight years, I have personally been involved with the shaping of
development in the township. All municipal meeting agendas are online and at
the Planning Board, we communicate
with residents regarding development in
town and their neighborhoods. Like
Mayor Mignogna, Deputy Mayor Ravitz,
Committeewoman Nocito and Committeeman
Platt,
who
are
my
friends and supporters, I believe being
out in the community and talking with
residents is important. I have been meeting hundreds of residents during my
campaign, and have learned that it is important to listen and find ways to address
concerns. One of my other initiatives is
to form a Citizens Public Safety Advisory
Board. This will be an effective way
for residents to communicate with the
township regarding public safety concerns.

12 THE VOORHEES SUN OCT. 19-25, 2016

FIGHTING FIRE WITH FUN


Photos by Brigit Bauma/The Sun

Various fire departments from South Jersey gathered at Eastern Regional High School for Fire
Prevention Awareness Night. Fun was had all around as families enjoyed water ice and pretzels
while meeting firefighters and K9s. Kids also got to see the inside of a fire truck and ride around
in a mini fire truck. Clockwise from above: Voorhees firefighters John Schwarz and Curt Nagle
hold fire prevention goodie bags. Volunteer firefighters, from left, Matt Chance, Brandon Volpe and
Michael Lewandowski scoop water ice. Eight-year-old Olivia Parsinitz and her sister, Lily, 2, are all
smiles. Chintal and Kal Patel of Voorhees have fun with their sons Aryan and Kian. Christine
Balducci-Brown smiles as her daughter, Brooke Brown, 2, meets K9 Cooper.

OCT. 19-25, 2016 THE VOORHEES SUN 13

CALENDAR
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spirit by upbeat melodies and


camaraderie. 8000 Main St.,
Voorhees.

Continued from page 8

SATURDAY OCT. 22
Laurel Road. Basic math refresher classes for adults.
Senior Card Group: Seniors. 12:45
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Seniors meet
weekly to play card games.
Gaming Fridays: Grades six to 12. 3
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Drop by The
Corner Wii fun. Register at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
South Jersey Yarners: Adult. 7 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. All things yarn!
Come with your knitting needles,
crochet hooks, and yarn for an
informal session with yarn enthusiasts. All ages welcome from
beginners to advanced. Register
at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Congregation Beth El: Shabbat
service at 6 p.m. based on traditional liturgy and infused with

Giant Voorhees Book Sale: 10 a.m.


Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. More than 100
tables with 60,000 books, music
and movies will be available for
purchase.
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.

SUNDAY OCT. 23
Cars & Cardboard: Ages 4 and up. 2
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Caregivers and
kids work together to build racecar tracks with cardboard tubes.
Supplies and cars provided. Caregiver assistance required. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.

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Voorhees Township Committee presents


Halloween festival
At Voorhees Town center
Sunday, October 30, 2016
from 1:00P.M.4:00 P.M. (rain or shine)
2400 Voorhees town center boulevard
(formally held at Connolly park)

FREE ADMISSION - FREE PARKING

On behalf of Voorhees Township, please support these sponsors.

Mayor: michael r. Mignogna


Deputy mayor: Jason ravitz
Committee members: harry platt,
michael friedman, michelle nocito
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FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.VOORHEESNJ.COM OR CALL (856) 882-SHOW (7469)

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Festivities Include:
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Pet Trick-or-Treating
Police K-9 Unit Demonstration
Pet Photo Booth
Animal Food Drive Supporting
Local Shelter
x Local Pet Vendors
x Snacks and Refreshments

Join us for a fun-filled afternoon celebrating our four-legged


family members and the amazing impact they have on our lives!

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house.
The students received motivation and helpful information
about entrepreneurship from
Aaron Krause, a Voorhees resident and inventor of numerous
household products including his
most popular one, Scrub Daddy
a round sponge with a cut-out
smiley face.
Krause was featured on Shark
Tank in 2012, and his business
has exploded since. Scrub Daddy
is the highest grossing product to
date on Shark Tank with
estimated retail sales of $100 million.
My students loved meeting
Mr. Krause and learned a lot from
him and the process, Zielinski
said. They were on the edge of
their seats listening to him tell
his story.

Krause loved meeting the students as well and hearing them


talk about their ideas.
The underlying tone in the entire country right now is supporting entrepreneurship and inventors, something that really hasnt
been pushed until recently,
Krause explained. The creativity
aspect of children and kids at
young ages, their minds are completely open.
Krause introduced the students to his new products that
havent been released to the public yet.
He also talked about patents
and monopolies, but didnt have
to fully explain what they are because some of the students already knew.
I was definitely expecting to
come in and actually give them a
lot more depth on what monopolies and patents are and a little bit
about the aspects of starting a
business, he said. It looks like
Shark Tank is paying off and a
lot of kids are watching it.
Krauses story was not solely

about his successes. Hes had


some bumps on his journey, and
he let the students know its not
an easy road to success.
Business is a roller coaster,
he said. Anybody who tells you
differently is sugarcoating it.
There are always going to be
problems. I spend most of my
days putting fires out.
Zielinski was happy Krause
talked about his failures because
they wont achieve success without some missteps along the way.
It's good for kids to learn
about failures as well as successes, she said. In today's age, kids
don't know how to fail, and his
story is a failing success.
I feel that students need to
know that being an entrepreneur
will take a lot of effort and trial
and error, but in the long run, it
will be worth it to chase their
dream, she said. By engaging in
the Dyson Foundation project,
students will have to face their
fears of failure, have a backup
plan, learn from their mistakes
and improve their design.

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toddlers. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Microsoft Power Point II: Adult.
10:30 a.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road.
Learn how to work with animation, slide transitions, Word Art,
shapes and more. This is an
advanced class with mouse experience required and knowledge of
Word is very helpful. Register at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Canvas Painting: Adult. 1 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Paint your own masterpiece. Supplies and instruction
are provided from Paint-a-Treasure. No experience is needed.
Registration by phone is
required. Call (856) 772-1636 ext.
7311.
T'ai Chi: Adult. 7 p.m. Voorhees
Branch Library at 203 Laurel
Road. Learn the practice of this
ancient Chinese art designed to
improve physical health and mental awareness with instructor
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Colleen Thornton at (888) 9208557, ext. 5861.
Voorhees Toastmasters meeting:
7:30 p.m. at Virtua Health & Wellness Building, 200 Bowman
Drive, Lobby E Room E130/132.
Visit
voorhees.toastmastersclubs.org for more information.
Exercise Class for Active Seniors:
8:30 to 10 a.m. every Monday.
Led by Fox Rehabilitation exercise physiologist at Fox Rehabilitation, 7 Carnegie Plaza, Cherry
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5795 for more information and to
register.

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Lewis, USMC; Eugene V. Loielo,
USA; Richard L. Mann, USMC;
Richard J. Martin, USN; James T.
Mc Veigh, USA; William L. Murray, USA; Nicholas T. Muzekari Jr.
USA; Margarita N. Palenzuela,
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Jr., USA; and Douglass Wells,
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Voorhees Town Center will again
host Thriller Night starting at 7
p.m. along the Boulevard. Enjoy
"Spirit Hours" with specials at the
bars of Iron Hill Brewery, Rodizio
Grill and Catelli Duo. At 7 p.m.,
watch The Nightmare Before
Christmas on a 20 ft. outdoor
movie screen. Immediately following the movie, there will be a live

re-enactment of Thriller performed by Todays Dance Center.


The Alicia Rose Victorious
Foundation will hold its 14th Annual Birthday Bash on Friday,
Oct. 28 from 6:30 p.m. until midnight at Luciens Manor in
Berlin. The foundation furnishes
Teen Lounges in hospitals to enhance the quality of life for teens
with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Tickets are $130.
For more information, call (856)
784-0615 or visit info@arvf.org.
The Ashley Paul Memorial
Foundation will be hosting the
second Annual Halloween Costume 5K Run for Your Life on
Saturday, Oct. 29 at Eastern Regional High School. Check in
starts at 8 a.m. and the Run/Walk
begins at 9 a.m. The cost is $20
and registration ends Oct. 27 at 10
p.m. Ashley was a caring, vibrant
young woman who was very involved in our community, coaching field hockey at Voorhees Middle School and in the Voorhees
Girls Lacrosse Program. On June
29, 2012, Ashley passed away at

the tender age of 20 after being involved in an ATV accident. The


foundation carries on Ashleys
spirit by fostering volunteerism
and involvement in the Voorhees
Community. For more information, email memoryofashleypaul@aol.com.
Voorhees Township's Annual
Halloween Festival will be held
on Sunday, Oct. 30 from 1 p.m. to 4
p.m. This year for the first time
the event will be held at The
Voorhees Town Center. Take an
old-fashioned hayride or pick a
pumpkin from the Voorhees Business Associations Pumpkin
Patch. Candy and refreshments
will be plentiful. Activities will
include a Halloween Costume Parade, pumpkin painting and decorating, balloon artists, a Halloween-themed magic show and
face painting. The Voorhees
Township Police Department will
be providing Halloween safety
tips and conducting a Kids' I.D.
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those with disabilities. Recently, a
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are sent to critically ill teenagers
throughout the country. The kits
include arts and crafts and
games. They have also installed
teen lounges in various hospitals
for teenagers to hang out, rooms
that include televisions, DVD
players and video games.
DiNatale chose a superhero
theme for the bash this year to
honor those teenagers who are
the real heroes.
Our theme is not all superheroes wear capes, she explained. We will have photos of
kids letting people know that they
are stronger, and its fascinating
what they came up with. You
think they say Im stronger than
the Hulk, but the ones we got
werent like that.
One of those teenagers is Dakota, who is in isolation at a hospital
for four to six weeks. Her photo
says, Im stronger than my surroundings.
I visited her and literally her
surroundings are a wall one foot
in front of her, walls one foot to
each side, DiNatale said. She
cant get out into the hallway. I
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stronger than that little space you
have to stay inside for six weeks.
DiNatale was so inspired by
Dakota, she now writes a weekly
blog for the foundations website.
Were empowered because of
the validation that there is such a
need for this, and we are continuing to do this great work, DiNatale said. What it does more than
anything, it validates our mission
statement and the vision we had
14 years ago. I believe Alicias
hand is all over this.
This year, Lenny Wood, managing member of Wade, Long, Wood
& Long, LLC and chairman of the
Order Sons of Italy in America,
New Jersey chapter, has been
named 2016 Victorious Community Champion. He is also on the
foundations Board of Trustees.
DiNatale said Wood was crucial
in getting ARVF to be one of the
charities to which OSIA would
donate.
Were honoring him because
he had done so much for our foundation, she said. We are always
looking for talent, treasures or
time. Lenny does 100 percent and
more in each of those areas. He
really is a hero for us.
Tickets to the birthday bash
cost $130. If you cannot attend but
would like to donate, visit
www.arvf/org.

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All Aspects of Concrete, Masonry.

All Types of Repairs.


No Job Too Small!

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NJ Lic.# 13VH01635900

(856) 931-1276

NJ Grant Money
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(856) 629-8886
(609) 698-4434
NJ LIC. # 13VH00102300

CALL MIKE 856-535-4946


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Trees, Shrubs, Thatching, Seeding, Fertilizing,


Lime, Sod, Grading, Paver, Patios, Walks, Walls,
Stone, Ties, Sprinklers installed-repaired,
Underground Drainage

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LICENSED/INSURED

GET $10.00 OFF YOUR FIRST SERVICE!


Locally owned and operated.

856-665-6769
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609-617-2874
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Paperhanging,
Removal & Painting

Hands on Deck, LLC.

saving our planet, one pile at a time

856-428-9797

By Randy Craig

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(856) 981-1359
www.rcpaperhangings.com

TREE SERVICE

D.E.C. Contracting
609-953-9794
609-405-3873
Lic #13VH03950800
ISA Cert. Arborist NJ-0993A

Pruning, Topping and Removal


Guaranteed To Beat Any Written Estimate
24 Hr. Emergency/Insurance Work

FALL SPECIALS

NEW CUSTOMER SPECIAL!

$50 OFF
Expires 11/6/16.

Call 856-427-0933 to place your classified!

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609-471-8391

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CLEANOUT & BUY OUT

Attics * Basements & Garages


WANTED ITEMS
Furn-Tools-Antiques
All Resalable Items

856-834-4968 Bills cell


or 856-534-5098 Wills cell

609-217-6188
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National/American Waterproofing

Any new complete roofing or siding job

856-767-4443

www.americanwatermanagement.com.

Must present coupon at time of estimate. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Expires 11/6/16.

Lic # 13VH06045200

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Ocean City New Jerseys #1 Real Estate Team!

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Cell 609-548-1539

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$50 OFF
$100 OFF
$200 OFF
$300 OFF

Until 2017 with 1/3 down.


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for the football games!

Powered
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$599

Rocker/
Recliner

$349

Power
Lift Chair
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NOW ON SALE

$899

$539

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$649

Three HUGE Floors of Furniture


813 White Horse Pike Oaklyn, NJ (Rte. 295, Exit 29 - Rte. 30)

(856) 854-3198 www.NastasisFurniture.com


Mon-Fri 10am-8pm Sat 10am-5pm Sun 12pm-5pm

All types of furniture in many styles and colors. If you dont see
it in our 30,000 sq. ft. showroom, just ask. We will get it!
*Cannot be combined with any advertised prices