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90 years Young: School marks ‘Bunny’s’ birthday
Barbara ‘Bunny’ Bernice Young not only lent elementary school her name, but a positive attitude that lives on
By KELLY FLYNN Young’s successors think her
The Sun style as an administrator set a
tone that lives on to this day at
Saturday, April 8 marked Bar- Young School.
bara “Bunny” Bernice Young’s “Mrs. Young left a lasting lega-
90th birthday, and she had one cy; her style of administration
piece of advice to bestow. reached far beyond the class-
“The secret to success in life is room,” said the third principal of
education,” Young said. “It really Young School, Joyce Payne. “She
is – that’s important.” was always about putting the chil-
It’s fitting, then, that Young dren first, and she always let
should have a Burlington Town- everyone know that.”
ship school named after her Payne said Young always
where the foundation for a good praised her students and held
education is laid. B. Bernice them to high standards, and this
Young Elementary School, origi- attitude, in turn, was reflected by
nally named Pinewald School, teachers in the classroom. Payne
threw Young a celebration on said she was grateful to have
Thursday, March 30 to commemo- Young’s model to follow when she
rate her milestone birthday. stepped into the role.
Students and faculty created a Young was teaching principal
paper red carpet to lead Young of Shedaker School and Beverly
into a celebration where she was Road School from 1949 to 1979 and
greeted by balloons, banners and principal of Pinewald School
a cake. Past principals, Mayor from 1979 to 1984. At the age of 22,
Brian J. Carlin and current Young had only been teaching at
Young School students were some the elementary level for a year,
of the guests in attendance. and she hadn’t anticipated be-
“It was beautiful to see her coming a principal anytime soon.
walk into her namesake school However, when her predecessor
with students gathering around had to step away from his role as
her to ask questions and learn KELLY FLYNN/The Sun principal to raise his nephew,
from her history,” said Denise P. Principal Denise King holds honoree Barbara “Bunny” Young’s 90th birthday candles. King led the group Young inherited the role at a
King, principal of the school. assembled in B. Bernice Young’s library in a chorus of “Happy Birthday” to celebrate Young’s milestone. young age.
Several students inquired as to She said the children were her
how Young came to have a school school district for around 35 logged. continued to reach out to fami- favorite part of the job, and she
named after her. Young self-depre- years. King laughed in response “I kept hearing how kind you lies, and that’s why they named affectionately remembers her
catingly answered it was proba- and said there was more to the were to everyone, how nice you the school after you,” King said to please see SCHOOL, page 11
bly just because she worked in the school’s renaming than just time were to the students, how you Young.

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AARP offering
free tax
preparation
program
The AARP has a program in
Burlington County for seniors so
other low- and moderate-income
persons will be able to have their
2016 taxes done for free by certi-
fied tax counselors.
The Volunteer Center of
Burlington County is looking for
volunteer tax counselors and
client facilitators. Training is pro-
vided. There are 11 sites located
around the county. The sites will
be open through April 15.
Information on the location of
the sites can be found on the
AARP home page site, the Office
On Aging and most county li-
braries.
One does not have to be a mem-
ber of AARP or be a senior to uti-
lize these services or to partici-
pate as a preparer.
If interested, please contact
Linda Bennett at (609) 877-2412.

softball
score
The following Burlington
Township softball score was sub-
mitted by varsity head coach
Nicolette Cannizzaro.

Burlington Township defeated
Holy Cross, 13-0, on April 3
Anaya Hunte led Burlington
Township, going 4-for-5 with a
double and three RBIs. Bailey
Enoch pitched a one-hit shutout,
walking two batters and striking
out 11.

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Painter has announced the bystander safety. These types of doors leading to the rear fenced yard
Burlington Township Police De- distractions include: overlooking open space; 2 large stone
partment will be participating in • Texting (by far the most patio areas with hurricane awning for
the state Division of Highway alarming distraction due to the those sunny days; new carpet throughout
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The statistics regarding cell sponsible driving.
phone use while driving are par- • Speak up when you are a pas-
ticularly troubling. At any given senger and your driver uses an
daylight moment in the country, electronic device while driving.
approximately 660,000 people are Offer to make the call or text for
using their cell phone while be- the driver, so his or her full
hind the wheel. In the average attention stays on the driving
month, more than 150 billion text task.
messages are sent in the U.S., • Always wear your seat belt.
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State should go further to crack down on distracted driving, permanently Richard Donnelly
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or the next two weeks, police maybe campaigns such as this one will Perry Corsetti Tim Ronaldson
forces throughout the state will Your thoughts help, in that more drivers will be coo, publisher editor in chief

What do you think about the state’s push associate publisher Arlene Reyes
be looking, long and hard, for pulled over for the offense.
to reduce distracted drivers? Should the managing editor Kristen Dowd
drivers who are distracted. It’s part of crackdown be in effect full-time? Should Either way, we believe the state
senior associate editor Mike Monostra
the Division of Highway Traffic Safe- the state do more to help drivers avoid should step in to increase the penalties
being distracted? Share your thoughts burlington township editor Kelly Flynn
ty’s Distracted Driving 2017 Statewide with us. for distracted driving, and make driv- circulation director Pearl Harta

Crackdown. ing in today’s mobile society easier to
The statewide police crackdown Distracted driving focuses on tex- navigate.
The Sun is published weekly by
began April 1 and runs through April ting or talking on the phone while Can the National Highway Traffic Newspaper Media Group, 2 Executive
21. The campaign coincides with na- driving, but it also can include using a Safety Administration require all new Campus, Suite 400, Cherry Hill, NJ
tional Distracted Driving Awareness mobile phone for directions, using vehicles to be equipped with Bluetooth 08002. It is delivered weekly to select
addresses in Burlington Township. If
Month. MP3 players, eating or putting on technology, like it is requiring all new
you are not on the mailing list, six-
A three-week focus on distracted makeup. vehicles to have backup cameras by month subscriptions are available for
driving is a good start, but we need to The fine for a first offense of dis- 2018? $39.99.
go even further to improve public safe- tracted driving in New Jersey is $200- While it certainly wouldn’t solve the
PDFs of the publication are online, free
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of charge. For information, call 856-
In 2014, an estimated 431,000 people fine increases to $400-$600. Not until have a Bluetooth-compatible device for 427-0933.
were injured in crashes involving a the third offense, though, does the it to work, it’s something that is be-
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Local 'Green Team' planting a sustainable future The Sun welcomes suggestions and
comments from readers – including any
information about errors that may call
Group aiming to get residents involved in environmental conservation for a correction to be printed.

By KELLY FLYNN may be unfamiliar with the Green Team. civic organizations in New Jersey, to be SPEAK UP
The Sun Approximately 500 saplings will be given among the leading municipalities.” The Sun welcomes letters from readers.
away along with instructions on how to Once a town earns a certification from Brief and to the point is best, so we look
care for them. The Green Team has given Sustainable Jersey, the nonprofit organiza-
The Burlington Township Green Team’s away trees in the past, and the team’s tion provides training and financial incen- for letters that are 300 words or fewer.
top priority is simple: letting the communi- chairperson, Rachelle Gizinski, said the tives to help communities implement Include your name, address and phone
ty know it exists. hope is recipients go home and plant them green initiatives. number. We do not print anonymous
“A lot of the stuff we’ve done is kind of in their backyard. Huettl said Burlington Township was letters. Send letters to news@burling-
behind the scenes,” member Terrance Despite working by and large behind the one of the first townships in the region to tontownshipsun.com, via fax at 856-
Huettl said. scenes in the community, Burlington obtain bronze certification in 2010. Renew-
288-7433, or via the mail. You can drop
With its upcoming initiatives, the Green Township’s Green Team holds a particular ing the certification every three years
Team is hoping to change that. On Satur- distinction, having achieved a Bronze Cer- takes months of work for the 10-person them off at our office, too.
day, April 22 at noon, the team will host a tification from Sustainable Jersey in 2010, team that consists entirely of volunteers.
tree giveaway at Green Acres Park as a 2013 and 2016. According to Sustainable “We’re very proud of the achievement,” The Burlington Township Sun reserves
part of the 18th annual “Burlington Town- Jersey’s actions and certifications state- Huettl said. “We hope it has lasting positive the right to reprint your letter in any
ship Cleanup Day.” By making the give- ment, “municipalities that achieve the cer- effects on the township.” medium – including electronically.
away a part of the day’s festivities, the goal tification are considered by their peers, by
please see GREEN, page 7
is to spark an interest with residents who state government and by the experts and
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Green Team seeks new members
the team, and Ginzinski said by
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even have enough material for
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two park benches.
Ginzinski said the initiative
Formed in 2009 by Burlington has made people stop and think
Township’s governing body, the about bags they would usually
team’s mission since the begin- discard, and moments like that
ning has been to reduce waste exemplify the work the Green
and consumption of resources. In Team is doing to make Burling-
the past, the team has lobbied ton Township more sustainable.
local leaders to pass green ordi- She said the team wants commu-
nances, worked to control erosion nity members to pause and think
in local parks and stopped sedi- not only about recycling materi-
ment from washing into nearby als, but about the impact of their
creeks. everyday actions such as idling
The team is working on collect- their cars.
ing plastic bags. Once the team Huettl said the hope is that
collects 500 pounds of bags, the after the team’s latest tree give-
team will take the materials and away, new people will join who
have them made into a park will bring fresh eyes to the team
bench. Gizinski said the team’s about initiatives to work on next.
plastic bag initiative has been Ginzinski said they want to ex-
eye-opening for those who did pand their outreach into schools
not know bags could be trans- and get junior members appoint-
formed into a bench and other ed to the team.
materials. “We want to think of the future
Thus far, collecting 500 pounds for our children – not just for our-
of plastic bags has been easy for selves,” Gizinski said.

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connected with friends and fami- p.m. at Burlington County Library
WEDNESDAY APR. 12 ly. Attendees must have an email in Westampton. Join author Sam
address to sign up for Facebook. Daley-Harris for a discussion on
Mystery Book Group: 10 a.m. at Registration is requested. Regis- civic engagement. Representa-
Burlington County Library in
Westampton. Each month, the
ter at http://www.bcls.lib.nj.us/ WANT TO BE LISTED? tives from some of the anti-
calendar/introduction-social- poverty organizations Daley-Har-
group will choose and feature a To have your Burlington Township meeting or affair listed in the
media-facebook-1. ris has worked with will also be in
mystery author. This month’s Calendar or Meetings, information must be received, in writing, two
Children’s Beginner Theater Work- attendance. Registration is
authors include John D. Macdon- weeks prior to the date of the event. required. Register at
ald and Travis McGee. Attendees shop: 6:30 p.m. at Burlington
County Library in Westampton. http://www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calen-
may read any book written by Send information by mail to: Calendar, The Burlington Township dar/civic-engagement.
these authors. Children ages 7 to 13 can partici- Sun, 2 Executive Campus, Suite 400, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002. Or by
pate in a workshop where they email: news@burlingtontownshipsun.com.
Introduction to Social Media -
Facebook: 10 a.m. at Burlington
will learn all aspects of the the-
ater and take part in an original
SATURDAY APR. 15
County Library in Westampton. We will run photos if space is available and the quality of the photo
short play. Registration is is sufficient. Every attempt is made to provide coverage to all Sensory Friendly Movie: 11 a.m. at
This program will teach adults required. Email Miss Megan at Burlington County Library in
how to use social media to stay organizations.
topcatproductions15@gmail.com Westampton. Open to all ages,
to register by April 11 and attend the family-friendly film “Storks”
a placement audition. will be shown with the lights
brought up and the sound
THURSDAY APR. 13 Open to adults, attendees can
learn how to get the most out of
in Westampton. This class offered
by Willingboro Adult School is for
brought down. The audience is
free to stand, walk, shout or sing.
Baby Time with Ms. Lisa: Ages 0 to Google’s free services including non-native English speakers who Registration is not required.
18 months. 10:30 a.m. at Burling- Google Drive, Google Calendar would like to learn about the Eng-
ton County Library in Westamp-
ton. Join Ms. Lisa for short sto-
and Gmail. Attendees must have
a Gmail account. Registration is
lish language and American cul-
ture while improving their lan-
MONDAY APR. 17
ries, songs, bubbles and activi- required. Register at guage skills. Focus areas will Exploring Science, Engineering
ties. http://www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calen- include listening, speaking, read- and Career Pathways with 4-H:
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Google Master: 2 p.m. at Burlington
County Library in Westampton. English as a Second Language: 6 We the People: The Importance of
p.m. at Burlington County Library Civil Engagement: 7 p.m. to 8 please see CALENDAR, page 9
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I am the president of the Na- younger dance class, they’ve service project is when we take a
tional Junior Honor Society at St. helped teach young children how trip to the Ronald McDonald
Paul School in Burlington. I am to swim, I’ve volunteered to help House.
an eighth grader and I have been with special needs children at my For the past three years, we
going to St. Paul School since cheer gym, and I have also helped have taken a trip to the Ronald
kindergarten. It was only a cou- to clean up trash outside of my McDonald House in the morning
ple of years ago when our school sister’s dance studio. After we to make and serve breakfast to
started a NJHS program – I was complete our service project, we the parents and patients. This is
in sixth grade. To be eligible, mid- are required to write a paper one of everyone’s favorite trips
dle school students must have at about how this act has helped the that we go on. It brings us so
least a 95 percent in all of their community, what we have much joy being able to do some-
classes, and they must maintain learned from this project and how thing for the patients. It is such a
an A average. This is my third doing this has inspired us. I look heartwarming experience, and
year being in the National Junior forward to doing this individual we look forward to it every year.
Honor Society. Last year, I ran for service project every year be- NJHS has been a big part of
president, and I was very happy cause I really want to make a dif- my life ever since I was inducted
when I found out that I had won. ference in the world. into the program three years ago.
Being the president requires you In addition to doing an individ- This program has really impact-
to be a leader and a role model. I ual service project, we complete ed my life and has made me a bet-
always try to exhibit leadership group service projects through- ter person.
among my peers, and I try to be out the year. During Read Across I am really going to miss this
an example to children in all America Week, we read stories to next year, after I graduate. Being
grades. children in preschools, as well as a part of either NJHS or NHS is
In NJHS, we learn about taking lead a craft with them. We all real- definitely something that I would
responsibility, becoming a leader ly look forward to taking this trip encourage you to work for. “Faith
and encouraging others, as well because we really like children in action is love, and love in ac-
as how to serve the community. and spending time with them. An- tion is service” – Blessed Teresa
Being a member of NJHS is a big other activity that everybody Calcutta.
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sponsibility. We are taught life- Valentine's Day Dance for the eld- that you did something to make
long skills about how to be pre- ers at the Masonic Home. This someone’s day or helped to make
pared and how to serve those was a wonderful experience for the world a better place.
around us. all of us.
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do an individual service project. this project, but the elders loved it St. Paul School who lives in Burling-
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School celebrates
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and see how long she
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time as principal as “the good outfit.
days.” She said she was fortunate Carlin said Young’s positive at-
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good families involved in the
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she set from the beginning, and the school today. She returns each
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current principal Dr. King,” How- school’s Read Across America
ell said. program. She said she was grate-
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