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Learning Ready to take state

how things
move
Larchmont kindergartners get
lessons in everything from
moving their feet to rocket ships
By AUBRIE GEORGE staff were able to watch from a
The Mt. Laurel Sun safe distance as the chopper flew
over head once, and then came in
Kindergarteners at Larchmont for a landing, right on their Special to The Sun
Elementary School have been school grounds. The South Region Consumer Bowl champions from Moorestown Friends School, including Mt.
learning all about the various The landing was made possible Laurel’s Wyeth Shabel, are preparing for the state finals May 9. Pictured, from left, are advisor
forms of transportation that exist by a Larchmont parent, Phil Nor- Dr. Barbara Kreider, Spencer Bard, Assistant County Director of Consumer Affairs Joseph Thre-
in, and even out, of this world. ton, who has a son in one of the ston, Amanda Connell, Shabel, Trinh Son and Freeholder liaison Mary Ann O’Brien. See page 4 for
The lesson became a lot more kindergarten classes. details.
real for students when a helicop- Norton had to have the OK for
ter landed at their school, offering a landing by the state Department
a chance for the kids to watch it of Transportation and the Mt.
land, see it up close, and ask ques-
tions.
“One of the units of study is
transportation with an emphasis
on how things move,” Larchmont
Elementary School Principal
Laurel Police Department helped
to make sure everybody was safe.
Norton operates a CBS 3 chop-
per for a living. He wasn’t able to
use the CBS 3 chopper to show
Larchmont students because it
An escape for MOMS
Sean Sweeney said. “They’re was needed for work, but he has By AUBRIE GEORGE a support mechanism for moms in daycare and don’t yet go to
looking at transportation from a access to other helicopters. The Mt. Laurel Sun who chose to stay home with school to socialize and make
physical science standpoint, from It seemed meant to be, especial- their children. friends as well.
identifying various types of ly because there is a spot right by When you’re a stay at home The club serves moms on the Member Ellen Sellers said the
transportation from your own the school, at the corner of Larch- mom, your days don’t have to con- west side of Moorestown-Mt. Lau- club is a great place for moms to
two feet to rocket ships. They’re mont Boulevard and Union Mill sist of being cooped up in the rel Road, offering them and their establish a group of friends.
exploring how to get to various Road that is zoned for medivac house, conversing with 5-year- children a way to avoid isolation “When you’re home with your
places you want to go in this helicopters to land in the case of olds and watching cartoons all and a chance to get out of the kids and you’re not going to work
world.” emergencies. day. There are ways to get out of house for some fun. every day, it can be hard to make
All Larchmont students and please see MOVE, page 16 the house that assure a good time, Melissa Wood, administrative friends,” she said. “It’s a great
not just for your kids, but also for vice president of the club, is the way to get out of the house, meet
yourself. mother of a 20-month-old and has other people, and make friends.”
Meet a group of moms from another little one on the way. The club mostly meets during
Sun Score rolls on western Mt. Laurel. They’re not “It’s a great resource for moms, the day, when members say that
your next bunch of Real House- especially new moms,” Wood stay at home mom’s need support
If you’re not visiting our Sun Score page every week, you’re missing wives. They’re members of the said. “Every stay-at-home mom the most.
out. We’re giving away a $50 prize every week. There’s no cost to MOMS Club of Mt. Laurel West – eventually figures out that they A full calendar of activities is
enter, and only a few hoops to jump through. Visit sunne.ws/contest. a local chapter of the internation- need that adult interaction.” offered to club members each
You just might be the next person to grab a really nice item from our al MOMS Club organization. The Wood said the club is also a fun, month, including open play-
prize pool. non-profit organization serves as and safe, way for kids who aren’t please see MOMS, page 11

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Mt. Laurel’s Shabel ready to storm state


Moorestown Friends School tation to the big ball – the state fi- tion featured seven county cham- Friends defeated Winslow by 15 “That was our strategy,’’ said
has become the Cinderella story nals on May 9 in Trenton. pions from South Jersey. Absega- points. Shabel, about answering early.
of the New Jersey Consumer “We never expected to get this mi High School, Cumberland Re- Sophomores Trinh Son of “We learned that in the county
Bowl competition, and Mt. Laurel far,’’ said team captain Amanda gional, Glassboro and Salem Camden and Spencer Bard of competition from (defending
student Wyeth Shabel was a big Connell of Cherry Hill after the County Career and Technical Lumberton, and Shabel, a senior, champ) Seneca. After you hear
part of the reason why. victory on Burlington County School competed in the first answered consecutive questions most of the question, you can
After discovering the glass slip- College’s Mount Laurel campus. round. correctly to give Moorestown guess what the rest will be and
per fit when it competed for the “We entered the Consumer Bowl Salem Career and Tech scored Friends a 15-10 lead after the first give the answer. And once you
first time and won the Burlington this year to test the waters. Win 120 points to earn a berth in the round, and it carried a 40-30 lead hear two correct answers when
County competition on Feb. 16, or lose (in the state finals), we regional final against the winner into the final lightning round. it’s multiple choice, you know it
last week MFS won the South Re- have had a blast.’’ of Moorestown Friends, Winslow Freshman Kirsten Mullen of will be ‘all the above.’”
gion competition to earn an invi- Last week’s regional competi- and Ocean City. Moorestown Moorestown, the team’s alter- Salem’s captain Irene Hsueh
nate, was not available to compete had an outstanding performance,
in the final. scoring all but five of her team’s
Connell and Bard correctly an- points. Salem Career and Tech
swered six of the first eight ques- lost in the regional final last year
tions (some before the question to Gloucester County Institute of
was finished being read) to send please see SHABEL, page 16
MFS on its way to a 120-70 win.

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REPORTS Or Shortly Thereafter.
The following items were taken Mt. Laurel police arrested a
from reports on file with The Mt. resident of Arons Circle in Sewell
Laurel Township Police Depart- for driving while intoxicated. The
ment: suspect was stopped on Route 73
on April 16 at 12:57 a.m. and
The owner of Scotto’s, located
on Route 38, reported a burglary
charged with DWI. She was re-
leased pending a municipal court  
   
and theft. Cash, a cash register, hearing.
and a cash register drawer valued
at $2,500 were taken from inside An employee of the Zucconi
the business. The incident oc- Idea Agency on Route 38 reported
curred sometime between 10 p.m. a burglary and theft to the busi-
on April 11 and 10 a.m. on April
12. There was no sign of forced
entry to the building or office.
ness. The incident occurred be-
tween April 14 at 7 p.m. and April
15 at 8 a.m. Entry was gained by
forcing a window. A lap top com-
O’ Donnell ’s Catering
The manager of the Larch- puter, valued at approximately Featuring Chef Richard Kolodziejek
mont Swim Club, located on $2,000, was taken. The damage is
Larchmont Boulevard, reported
an incident of criminal mischief
estimated at $1,000.
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to Mt. Laurel police. The incident
occurred between 6 p.m., April 12,
An employee of Productive
Plastics on West Park Drive re-
ON-SITE OR OFF-SITE
and 11 a.m., April 13. Someone ported a theft. Between 7 a.m. on Upper Crust Food, Not Upper Crust Prices
had attempted to drill through the April 17 and 8:30 a.m. on April 18,
front door locks. The damage is someone stole a General Electric
estimated at $25. air conditioning unit from the
building. The air conditioning
A resident of Ralston Drive re- unit was valued at approximately
ported a theft from a vehicle. The $2,000.
incident occurred between 5:30
p.m., April 11, and 7:30 a.m., April A resident of Connecticut re-
12. The vehicle was unlocked, and ported a theft from their vehicle
$15 was taken. while it was parked on Century
Parkway. The incident occurred
An employee of the Seeton between 8 p.m., April 18, and 7:30
Turf Warehouse on Roland Av- a.m., April 19. A lap top computer
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taken from a vehicle parked in gained through an unlocked door.
the parking lot.
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5 p.m. on April 15 and 5 a.m. on an investigation into a bomb
April 18. threat made at the Postal Distri-
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Expect delays
on Centerton Road
Mt. Laurel motorists can ex- plete. Traffic will be maintained
pect some potential traffic during construction, however
headaches around Centerton motorists are encouraged to seek
Road for the next couple of alternative routes during con-
weeks. struction. This construction is
A one-mile section of Bridge the start of the program that is
Street from Beverly-Rancocas scheduled to resurface a total 29.7
Road in Willingboro and West- miles of county roads in 17 mu-
ampton, across the Centerton nicipalities at a cost of $6.8 mil-
Bridge, to Centerton Road in lion. Neshaminy Constructors,
Mount Laurel will be resurfaced. Inc./American Asphalt Co., Inc. –
The resurfacing was scheduled to a joint venture of West
begin on April 25. Collingswood is the contractor
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and repaving and is expected to 2010 state funded overlay pro-
take about three weeks to com- gram contract.

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The program includes two located at 100 Walt Whitman Av-
short documentary film screen- enue. For more information, call
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Second National
Take Back Day April 30
Time to clean out your medi- Day was to provide a venue for
cine cabinets, folks. persons who wanted to dispose of
The Mount Laurel Police De- unwanted and unused prescrip-
partment is a collection site for tion drugs. This effort was a huge
the National Take Back initiative. success in removing potentially
Residents will be able to drop off dangerous prescription drugs,
unused and expired medication. particularly controlled sub-
More than 7 million Americans stances, from our nation’s medi-
currently abuse prescription cine cabinets. There were approx-
drugs, according to the 2009 Sub- imately 3,000 state and local law
stance Abuse and Mental Health enforcement agencies throughout
Administration’s National Sur- the nation that participated in the
vey on Drug Use and Health. event. All told, the American Pub-
Each day, approximately, 2,500 lic turned in more than 121 tons
teens use prescription drugs to of pills on this first National Take
get high for the first time accord- Back Day.
ing to the Partnership for a Drug Due to the overwhelming suc-
Free America. Studies show that cess of the first event, DEA has
a majority of abused prescription scheduled the second National
drugs are obtained from family Prescription Drug Take Back Day,
and friends, including the home which will take place on Saturday,
medicine cabinet. April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in
In an effort to address this the Mt. Laurel Police Department
problem, DEA, in conjunction lobby.
with state and local law enforce- This is a great opportunity for
ment agencies throughout the those who missed the first event
United States, conducted the first or who have subsequently accu-
ever National Prescription Drug mulated unwanted, unused pre-
Take Back Day last year. The pur- scription drugs, to safely dispose
pose of this National Take Back of them.

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MOMS gives moms a way to interact


for kids, a chance for moms to Township Library and more. for kids to say ‘I’m proud of my- Tuesday of each month at 9:30
MOMS catch up, and booths that dis-
played information about ex-
Toni Thompson
Time4Drama said the MOMS
from self today’,” Thompson said.
The MOMS Club of Mt. Laurel
a.m.
For more information about
Continued from page 1
tracurricular children’s activities Club open house was a great way West serves residents on the west- the club visit their Web site at
offered by local vendors. for her to reach the people who ern side of Mt. Laurel and in www.momsclubmountlaurel.org.
groups, lunches, brunches, coffee Kids got to play with bubbles, use her services – kids ages 2 to 6. Maple Shade. For questions, or to find out
outings, bowling field trips, hik- art, and computer games, among Time4Drama offers ways for To join the club, there is a $25 a about becoming a member of the
ing trips, mall walks, book discus- other interactive games and activ- children to develop confidence year membership fee. Interested MOMS club of Mt. Laurel West
sions, family fun nights, mom’s ities, while moms browsed infor- and self-esteem through make be- moms can attend two meetings contact Kara Logan at member-
night out events, and special mation from vendors offering lieve and theater. before paying dues. ship_west@momsclubmountlau-
events like Easter egg hunts and things like karate, dance, music, “The most important thing is Meetings take place the first rel.org.
holiday parties. and art.
Recently, the moms and their Vendors included Abrakadoo-
kids invited potential new mem- dle, Dance Craze, My Gym, Dino-
bers to an open house. to Karate, Little Kicks Soccer, Big
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will hold a plant sale on Saturday, This is a great way to add to their own gardens so the prices 27.
Garden Club April 30 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. rain your collection of bulbs, perenni- are very fair. Beginners are welcome. Ramos
plant sale April 30 or shine. The sale will take place als, herbs, shrubs, and native will introduce attendees to Span-
at the Mount Laurel Library, 100 plants. Most plants are donated The Bluest Eye May 10 ish grammar, some vocabulary
Mount Laurel Garden Club Walt Whitman Avenue. by garden club members from and conversation. No registration
at Mt. Laurel Library is necessary.
Join some friends and neigh- Mount Laurel Library is locat-
bors for a lively book discussion ed at 100 Walt Whitman Avenue
of The Bluest Eye by Toni Morri- (next to the Post Office) in Mount
son on Tuesday, May 10 at 7 p.m. Laurel, NJ. For more informa-
at Mount Laurel Library. tion, call the Library at 856-234-
Mount Laurel Library is locat- 7319 ext 333 or visit us at www.mt-
ed at 100 Walt Whitman Avenue. laurel.lib.nj.us.
For more information, call the
Library at 234-7319 ext 333 or visit Bargain Book and Media
at www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us.
Sale starts May 5
Library offers The Friends of the Mount Lau-
rel Library Bargain Book and
Spanish for adults Media Sale will take place at the
Join Spanish speaker Ada Mount Laurel Library from May
Ramos for an introduction to 5 until May 8.
Spanish speaking for adults from On Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8:30
1 to 2 p.m. at Mount Laurel Li- p.m., a preview night for mem-
brary on Fridays, May 13, 20 and bers of the Friends of the Mount
Laurel Library will be held. New
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mtlaurelsun.com
On Monday, May 16,the Lenape If you are alumni of Lenape,
Regional High School District Shawnee, Cherokee or Seneca or
will be honoring students who a current district employee who
will be entering the military or is serving in the Armed Services
military academy. In addition, or a veteran of the Armed Servic-
alumni and employees of the dis- es, you are eligible to receive
trict who are currently serving or recognition at this event.
are veterans of the Armed Forces To be included in the event, go
(United States Army, Marine to www.lrhsd.org/armed_ser-
Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast vices_signup.
Guard) will also be honored at
this event.

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Visit us on Facebook at “JoAnn Jewelry” for workshops for job seekers on Sat- Learn about proper use of e-
photos, special promotions, referral rewards urdays this spring. Basic job mail, e-mail etiquette, responding
and more. readiness computer training will to job listings and online job ap-
focus on the basic computer skills plications.
needed by today’s job applicant. Participants needing an e-mail
Follow us on Twitter at JoAnnJewelry for sale, Workshops will include instruc- address will be assisted in the cre-
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ALAN BAUER DAN McDONOUGH, JR. STEVE MILLER


General Manager & Editor Publisher Executive Vice President

ED LYNES Vice President of Sales


JOSEPH EISELE Advertising Director
TIM RONALDSON Digital Products Manager
TOM ENGLE Art Director
AUBRIE GEORGE Mt. Laurel Editor

in our opinion

The next step


We welcome 10 towns to the family
lauwit Media is now twice as nice. Or, rather, twice as

E big. We’ve gone from serving 10 South Jersey communi-


ties to 20 with the flip of a computer switch.
Our new Sun Spots are up and running in
Audubon/Audubon Park,
Burlington Township, Cin- Online advice?
Top of the class
naminson, Collingswood, Del- Do you visit your local Sun Three Mt. Laurel students re- high schools in Burlington tors from county schools.
ran, Deptford, Haddon Town- Spot? Why or why not? Tell cently received recognition due County, are the top-ranked soph- The committee reviews
us what you would like to to academic excellence. omore, junior, and senior stu- teacher recommendations and
ship, Maple Shade, Pennsauken see online by commenting in The Burlington County Prin- dents. Lenape High School stu- student essays for the eighth
and West Deptford. All told, the the Forum section at cipals and Supervisors Associa- dents include sophomore Kier- grade nominees, and student in-
www.mtlaurelsun.com. tion presented its 23rd annual sten Campbell, junior Priya P. terviews are conducted to select
addition of these towns brings Burlington County Academic Patel, and senior Samantha R. the senior recipient.
our coverage area to about a Achievement Dinner at the Sokoloff. BCPSA had plans to Entertainment was provided
Westin in Mt. Laurel. present two scholarships at the by student musicians from the
half-million residents. Eventually, we’ll be taking the Sun Spot Awards were given to students event, one to an eighth grade stu- Cinnaminson High School Jazz
model nationwide. who, as of the end of the first se- dent, and one to a senior student. Combo and the Bordentown
mester of the school year, repre- Each school district in the High School String Quartet.
We know what you’re thinking: My hometown already has a
sent the highest standards of ac- county is invited to submit one Kevin Touchey, local author,
Sun Spot, and even a print version. I don’t live in those towns, ademic achievement and educa- nominee for each grade level. life coach, and motivational
so how does this affect me? Or, you’re thinking about what to tional excellence in school. The scholarship committee is speaker was scheduled to ad-
These students, from 20 public comprised of school administra- dress the award recipients.
have for lunch. We’re pretty sure it’s one of the two.
We can answer the first question. With the addition of these
communities, we’re expanding our staff, which means more
news coverage. For example, we’ll be at more high school sport-
ing events, since it’s not uncommon for a number of the towns
Ready for state
we serve to be playing multiple games in multiple sports at the with the Central Jersey champ. becomes the first Burlington
same time and place.
SHABEL “This is just great fun,’’ said
MFS advisor Dr. Barbara Krei-
County school to represent the
South Region since 2005 when
Continued from page 4
We’re also able to beef up our weekend coverage just in time der. “I’ve learned more stuff Pemberton won its fourth con-
from this competition. I strongly secutive regional title. Pember-
for the busy summer season. Technology. recommend this competition to ton won state championships in
Finally, we’ll be exploring how many of the towns work with Moorestown Friends School other schools and other teach- 2004, 2003 and 2000.
now can claim to be one of the ers. We don’t teach this stuff in The game show-like competi-
each other and bring you more information about regional is- three best Consumer Bowl teams school. The kids are learning it tion is sponsored statewide by
sues. Another example: How would the proposed countywide in New Jersey, and will face on their own. It is a great learn- the NJ Division of Consumer Af-
North Jersey and defending ing experience.’’ fairs in the Office of the Attor-
police and fire protection affect the towns we cover?
state champ Irvington along Moorestown Friends School ney General.
We’re always looking to expand and improve. And we always
welcome your feedback, ideas and suggestions. We hope that
you’ve enjoyed our recently designed news sites – the number
of visitors and pageviews suggests that you have.
But we know we always can do better. If you have an idea,
Learning to move
Norton said. After landing, been up in the air earlier that
please e-mail it to alan@elauwit.com.
MOVE kindergarteners were invited to
get closer to the chopper. Norton
day capturing video of a fire.
Norton even had some of his col-
Continued from page 1
told students about the use of leagues on hand, including a
DAN McDONOUGH, JR. RUSSELL CANN helicopters for emergency med- CBS 3 camera operator, so stu-
Chief Executive Officer Chairman of the Board “Whenever there is an acci- ical purposes as well as how they dents could ask questions and
BARRY RUBENS www.elauwit.com MICHAEL LaCOUNT, Ph.D. dent and they need a helicopter, are used for gathering video learn as much about the uses of
Chief Financial Officer Vice Chairman they land in that same field,” footage. In fact, he said he had helicopters as possible.
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