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Seeing
the solar
savings
Students, parents, teachers and
administrators can now track the
savings of district’s solar initiative
By AUBRIE GEORGE
The Mt. Laurel Sun
Did you know you can see ex-
actly how much money and ener-
gy the Mt. Laurel K-8 school dis-
trict is saving up to the very
minute that money and energy is
being saved?
Now that the district’s solar
project at Hartford and Harring-
ton schools has come to comple-
tion, officials have implemented
online tools that allow students,
staff and members of the Mt.
Laurel community to access real-
time data about the district’s car-
bon footprint, any time of the day.
The district launched its solar
initiative this year, which includ-
ed installing solar panels on the
roof of the Harrington Middle
School as well as a ground-mount
system at the Hartford School.
All together, 713 panels were in-
stalled at Harrington and 1,330
were installed at Hartford.
Real-time charts provided on
the district’s Web site show a va-
riety of data, including one that
shows how many metric tons of
carbon emissions each school
would be giving off if it did not
have the solar panels and how
many metric tons of carbon emis-
sions each school is using now
that the solar panels are in opera-
tion. There is also a graphic to
show the difference between the
amount of new trees that would
have to be planted to provide the
metric tons of carbon gas pro-
duced by the schools each year
with solar panels and without
them.
Performance charts show each
school’s carbon footprint with
and without renewable energy,
energy production and use with
and without the panels, and the
system’s overall efficiency.
Another performance chart is
able to document exactly how
much money the district is saving
by using renewable energy and
how much the district is earning
through the use of Solar Renew-
able Energy Credits (SRECS).
Another graph charts the cur-
rent sun flow at each school,
while showing the greenhouse
gas emissions that have been
avoided through the solar initia-
tive for the current month.
The district’s Director of Com-
munication Services Marie
Reynolds said providing this real-
time information about the solar
panel project allows students to
please see SOLAR, page 9
By AUBRIE GEORGE
The Mt. Laurel Sun
The Lenape Regional High
School District is one driving sim-
ulator richer thanks to the hard
work students put into an anti-
texting while driving campaign.
The district was one of two
winners selected at the end of
May for the U Got Brains Cham-
pion Schools Project. LRHSD
competed against 18 other schools
from around the state for the
grand prize of a driving simula-
tor, which was donated by the
New Jersey Manufacturers Insur-
ance Company. Their objective
was to develop a creative, cutting-
edge project that brought aware-
ness to the issue of teen driving
safety.
The district-wide “Stay Alive-
Don’t Text and Drive” campaign
was jump started by a $1,000
grant and included social media
networking and signs posted
throughout school buildings en-
couraging students, staff, and
community members to take anti-
texting while driving pledges.
Lenape District TV Option 2
program students developed and
produced a series of educational
service announcements about the
benefits of cell phone-free driving
and the dangers of texting while
driving. The ESAs were shown to
students at all district schools and
locally on the district’s education-
al access television channel so
that parents and the community
could also view the message
being spread by the campaign.
They’ve got brains
Lenape scores driving simulator thanks to district-wide
“Stay Alive-Don’t Text and Drive” campaign
Special to The Sun
Members of Brownie Troop 26510 and Cadette Troop 22233 In Mt. Laurel, along with siblings,
joined forces to pick up litter on Larchmont Boulevard. Pictured in the front row, from left, are
Maya Mumford, Faith Ray, Marc Opperman and Garrett Macrae. In the back row are Zainab Rizvi,
Madison Opperman, Kayleigh Ray, Jenna Elliott, Devon Horner, Rachel Reedy and Morgan Macrae.
Keeping it clean
please see DRIVING, page 7
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The Mount Laurel Green Team
will be hosting a Clean Up Day on
Saturday, June 18 at 8:30 a.m. Vol-
unteers will be cleaning up litter
around the Willow Turn area and
Spencer Park. For more informa-
tion, or to volunteer, e-mail
info@sustainablemtlaurel.org.
Meet on Willow Turn Road in
the open field between the softball
field and playground. (Off of
Larchmont Boulevard.)
Please wear long sleeves, long
pants, long socks and sturdy
shoes that can get muddy.
Gloves will be provided (quan-
tities limited), so come prepared
with your own). Severe weather
cancels the event.
Participants under 18 must be
accompanied by an adult. Letters
documenting community service
will be available.
Any groups or organizations
that would like to participate
please contact info@sustain-
ablemtlaurel.org or Linda Bobo at
(609) 314-5846. Registration is re-
quested for planning purposes.
If you are interested in organ-
izing a cleanup event, contact
Linda Bobo at 314-5846 or
info@sustainablemtlaurel.org.
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OBITUARIES
Dorothy P. Kramer
June 5, 2011
Age 87, of Voorhees, formerly
of Mt. Laurel (Holiday Village)
and Cherry Hill.
Beloved wife of the late Grant
C. Kramer. Loving mother of Pa-
tricia Reilly and her husband,
Donald, and Karen Speight and
her husband, Chuck. Dear grand-
mother of Amanda and her hus-
band, Brian Spieker, and Eliza-
beth and Sarah Speight.
A former member of the Links
Golf Course in Marlton, she loved
to golf and will always be remem-
bered as a loving wife and devoted
mother and grandmother.
If desired, donations may be
made in Dorothy’s memory to
American Cancer Society Relay
for Life-Marlton, 1851 Old Cuth-
bert Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034,
www.relayforlife.org/marltonnj.
Edith L. Pullen
June 2, 2011
Age 86, of Mount Laurel died
at Virtua Memorial Hospital in
Mount Holly.
Born in Windsor, she was a res-
ident of Lumberton and Browns
Mills before moving to Mt. Laurel
in 2006.
Edith was predeceased by her
husband, Russell Pullen, Sr. and a
son, Russell Pullen, Jr.
She is survived by a son, Fran-
cis James Pullen of Newport
News, Va.; four daughters,
Frances E. Nyhammer of Browns
Mills, Stella Green of Mt. Laurel;
Carol White and husband Edward
of Shelton, Conn., and Diane Bar-
rares of Augusta, Ga.; a sister,
Sue Otavie and husband Jerry of
Yardville; 19 grandchildren and
33 great grandchildren.
The following items were taken
from reports on file with the
Mount Laurel Police Department:
The owner of Emerge Fitness
on Church Road reported that at
approximately 11:15 a.m. on June
3, witnesses reported observing
two unknown, black males steal a
training sled from outside the
rear door of the building.
An employee of Test America
Labs located on Fellowship Road
reported that an unknown actor
cut off a catalytic converter, val-
ued at $1,000, from a GMC work
van. The incident occurred some-
time between May 27 at 6 p.m. and
May 31 at 7 a.m.
A resident of Hartford Road re-
ported that on June 3 she was de-
frauded while selling a $2,800 ring
on Craigslist. A fraudulent e-mail
purported to be from PayPal was
used by the actor.
A resident of the 1500 block of
Hainesport Road reported that on
June 3, an unknown actor used
her credit card at the ShopRite lo-
cated on Union Mill Road to make
a $134 purchase.
On June 4, a resident of Willow
Turn reported that she responded
to a pop-up ad online regarding
how to obtain a personal loan.
She contacted the telephone num-
ber and spoke with an unknown
male who instructed her to send
$245 to New Delhi, India, via
Western Union, to secure a $1,000
loan. After sending the money,
she realized the loan application
was fraudulent.
On June 4, Mt. Laurel Police ar-
rested a 22-year-old Mt. Holly resi-
dent for DWI following a motor
vehicle stop on Route 38.
The suspect was charged with
DWI and released pending a mu-
nicipal court appearance.
On June 5, Mt. Laurel Police ar-
rested a 38-year-old Camden resi-
dent for DWI following a motor
vehicle stop on Route 38.
The driver was charged with
DWI and released pending muni-
cial court appearance.
On June 5, Mt. Laurel Police ar-
rested a 22-year-old Camden resi-
dent for DWI following a motor
vehicle stop on Pleasant Valley
Avenue.
The suspect was charged with
DWI and released pending a mu-
nicial court appearance.
On June 5, Mt. Laurel Police ar-
rested a 41-year-old Cherry Hill
resident for DWI following a
motor vehicle stop on Route 73.
The suspect was charged with
DWI and released pending a mu-
nicipal court appearance.
A resident of Fairfax Drive re-
ported that someone entered his
residence on June 4 between 2:30
p.m. and 9:30 p.m. through a
locked master bedroom window.
Approximately $150 worth of jew-
elry and coins were taken.
On June 6, at 10:59 p.m., Mt.
Laurel Police arrested an 18-year-
old and a 20-year-old from
Moorestown and an 18-year-old
from Voorhees, following a report
of three subjects trespassing on
the radio tower located at the in-
tersection of Hainesport Road
and Mount Laurel Road.
All three were charged with
trespassing and released pending
a municipal court appearance.
An employee of the Wendy’s on
Nixon Drive reported a theft. A
wallet and miscellaneous items
valued at approximately $12 were
taken from an unattended purse
in the break room.
The incident occurred some-
time between 11:30 a.m. and 4:45
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Too much to do
Pressing issues demand Congress’ time
T
he public is quick to jump on members of Congress for
“doing nothing” when it comes to important issues con-
fronting the country. The public needs to keep things in
perspective. These folks have busy schedules.
The most recent example:
Congressman Anthony Weiner,
who, according to The Associat-
ed Press, had a lewd photo sent
from his Twitter account and,
according to other reports, has
been sending out photos of
himself – shirtless – along with
explicit text messages.
And let’s not forget: Idaho Sen. Larry Craig and his misad-
ventures in an airport men’s room; another New York Con-
gressman, Chris Lee, and his shirtless photo; former Congress-
man Mark Foley and his interest in pages (and we don’t mean
the contents of a book); John Edwards and his mistress (al-
though that might have taken up his time after he left Con-
gress); and, well, you get the picture. The list could go on and
on.
How, as reasonable American citizens, can we expect these
folks to address the economy, Social Security, taxes and more
when they have all of these other things going on in their lives?
And that’s just Congress. Governors have to walk the Ap-
palachian Trail, fly in helicopters to a kid’s baseball game and,
well, “entertain” housekeepers.
We humble regular people should recognize the super-human
skills and abilities these individuals must possess to just
squeeze all of these “activities” into a 24-hour day. We’re lucky
to make it home after work, walk the dog and catch part of a
Phillies game. After that, we’re beat and ready to go to sleep.
So the next time you’re ready to lament government inaction,
stop yourself and consider this: Could you run a government
and still find time to shoot a hunting partner in the face? Didn’t
think so.
A full day
What’s your favorite or least
favorite political “activity” of
all time? You can visit
www.mtlaurelsun.com to
share your thoughts and
opinions.
Mount Laurel Township
Emergency Medical Services
has placed bariatric transport
equipment into service for use in
ambulances.
This bariatric equipment in-
cludes a set of ramps and winch
with a weight capacity of 1,400
pounds used to load and unload
the stretcher with a bariatric pa-
tient into the rear of an ambu-
lance without lifting, and an am-
bulance electric power stretcher
with added width, electric lift ca-
pacity of 700 pounds and maxi-
mum transport weight capacity
of 1,000 pounds, to safely and
comfortably accommodate
bariatric patients’ body mass.
Two ambulances were modi-
fied to accommodate this special-
ty equipment use and staff train-
ing on the use of this new equip-
ment is currently ongoing.
Additional patient movement
equipment was purchased to
also accommodate bariatric pa-
tient movement from inside a
residence to the specialized
bariatric stretcher.
Most ambulance stretchers
and moving equipment are de-
signed for weight capacities of
400 pounds or less.
This bariatric equipment was
purchased by Mount Laurel
EMS, Inc., the voluntary, non-
profit, 501c3 arm of Mount Lau-
rel Township EMS to provide a
safe and respectful way of trans-
porting bariatric patients, who
are 400 to 1,000-pound patients, to
the hospital.
It is MLEMS’ intent to make
this bariatric transport equip-
ment and ambulances available
as a regional resource to all EMS
agencies in Burlington County.
“We believe this is the first
true Bariatric Capable Trans-
port Unit in Burlington County,”
according to President of
MLEMS, Inc. Deborah Rexon.
Since placing this bariatric
equipment into service, the
bariatric unit has already been
used twice to respond to 9-1-1
calls for service to transport
bariatric patients safely and
with dignity in just its first week
of operation. The county radio
designation for this new unit is
“Bariatric Unit 36.”
Mount Laurel Township
Emergency Medical Services
“bariatrics” is defined as the
branch of medicine concerned
with the treatment of obesity.
According to the U.S. Centers
for Disease Control, an estimat-
ed 120 million Americans, or 64
percent, are overweight or obese.
The Rand Corporation states
that the portion of Americans
that suffer clinically-severe obe-
sity, defined as those who are 100
or more pounds overweight, is
rising twice as fast as the propor-
tions that are simply obese.
This new bariatric transport
equipment will ensure that
MLEMS has the appropriate
tools locally to meet the increas-
ing numbers of bariatric pa-
tients that will require this type
of specialty EMS resource.
MLEMS is a combination ca-
reer and volunteer department
that supplies basic life support
ambulance service, community
and professional training pro-
grams and disaster services to
the township.
The department is comprised
of approximately 120 volunteers
and 30 career emergency servic-
es personnel that respond from
Station 369, the Rodger Sharpe
Building on Masonville Road
Station 368, and the Charles
Kritz Building on South Church
Street.
MLEMS operates seven ambu-
lances, three first-responder and
command vehicles, a disaster
medical supply trailer, an inci-
dent rehabilitation trailer, a 4-by-
4 pickup truck and a 15-passen-
ger van.
During 2010, MLEMS was the
busiest squad in Burlington
County, responding to over 4,539
incidents, transporting approxi-
mately 3,200 patients to area hos-
pitals, driving approximately
90,000 fleet miles, and volunteer-
ing more than 30,000 hours.
Mt. Laurel EMS places bariatric
equipment in ambulances
A section of the district’s Web
site allows students, staff and
community members to view the
ESAs and receive more informa-
tion about the campaign.
Shawnee driver education and
physical education teacher Janae
Zechman, who helped launch the
campaign, said students and staff
were hoping to reach out to as
many people and get as many peo-
ple involved in the project as pos-
sible, including parents and mem-
bers of the community.
The Brain Injury Association
of New Jersey and the New Jer-
sey Division of Highway Traffic
Safety launched the teen driving
Champion Schools project, giving
students and staff at local high
schools across the state the
chance to develop campaigns that
address teen driving safety and
compete for prizes.
The district is already in pos-
session of several driving simula-
tors, which are used in driver’s
education courses and allow stu-
dents to actually sit in the driver’s
seat with a seat belt, wheel, gas,
brakes, and three monitors in
front of them.
Students are taken through a
virtual training program, which
simulates dangerous driving situ-
ations and weather conditions
without actually putting the stu-
dent driver in harm’s way.
The program adds guides and
pointers to the student driver’s
environment that help point out
dangers or recommended driving
positions.
While not meant to replace the
six hours on the road that new
drivers are required to have, the
simulators help drivers to under-
stand the different functions of a
car before they actually get be-
hind the wheel and can also teach
students how to drive in certain
difficult situations all while in the
safety of the classroom.
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Continued from page 1
An oil painting exhibit by local
artist Jackie Grabinski continues
at the Mount Laurel Township Li-
brary through Thursday, June 30.
The artist’s love of the beach
and flowers has inspired most of
her paintings.
She studied at the Philadelphia
College of Art, The School of Vi-
sual Arts in New York City, as
well as under the direction of
many fine artists during the past
25 years.
The artwork is for sale. Inter-
ested parties can reach the artist
at jackiebinski@yahoo.com or 802-
0425. No registration is required
for any of the events or the exhib-
it.
The Mount Laurel Township
Library is located at 100 Walt
Whitman Avenue. For additional
information about this event, call
234-7319, ext. 333.
Grabinski exhibit continues at MLL
WEDNESDAY
June 15
FOR ALL
Crochet Anyone?: Mt. Laurel
Library. 1 p.m. Call 234-7319 for
information.
Border Crossings and Papers: Mt.
Laurel Library. 6:30 p.m. Young
adult to adult. Call 234-7319 for
information.
FOR KIDS
Anime Club: Mt. Laurel Library.
5:30 p.m. Grade 7 to 12. Call 234-
7319 for information.
FRIDAY
June 17
FOR ALL
Intro to Spanish for Adults: Mt.
Laurel Library. 1 p.m. Call 234-7319
for information.
FOR KIDS
Practice SAT: Mt. Laurel Library. 3
p.m. Grade 9 to 12. Call 234-7319 for
information.
SATURDAY
June 18
FOR ALL
Mozart in the Movies: Mt. Laurel
Library. 2 p.m. Call 234-7319 for
information.
FOR KIDS
Yoga for Kids: Mt. Laurel Library. 10
a.m. Age 5 and up. Call 234-7319 for
information.
MONDAY
June 20
FOR ALL
The Explosive Child Part 1: Mt.
Laurel Library. 6:30 p.m. Call 234-
7319 for information.
FOR KIDS
Teen Game Night: Mt. Laurel
Library. 6 p.m. Grade 7 to 12. Call
234-7319 for information.
TUESDAY
June 21
FOR ALL
Book Discussion – The Soloist: Mt.
Laurel Library. 7 p.m. Call 234-7319
for information.
FOR KIDS
Gaming for Kids with Special
Needs: Mt. Laurel Library. 4 p.m.
Grade 1 and up. Call 234-7319 for
information.
WEDNESDAY
June 22
FOR ALL
Township Council meeting: Munici-
pal Courtroom, 100 Mount Laurel
Rd. 8 p.m.
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REPAIRS DONE
IN-HOUSE
p.m. on June 2. There was no sign
of forced entry to the building or
office.
A guest of the Town Place
Suites on Century Parkway re-
ported the fraudulent use of their
credit card. Fraudulent online
transactions were discovered at
5:58 p.m. on June 1, valued at
$309.50.
A resident of Church Road re-
ported the theft of brass water fit-
ting from their property. The inci-
dent occurred sometime between
6 a.m. on June 4 and 2:30 p.m. on
June 7. The fitting was valued at
approximately $75.
On June 7, Mt. Laurel Police ar-
rested a 47-year-old Willingboro
man for taking a motor vehicle
without consent of the owner.
The suspect was released on a
criminal summons pending a mu-
nicipal court hearing.
On June 7, Mt. Laurel Police ar-
rested a 23-year-old Mt. Laurel
resident for shoplifting $11.38
worth of medication from
ShopRite on Ark Road. The sus-
pect was served with criminal
complaints and released pending
a municipal court hearing.
On June 7, Mt. Laurel Police ar-
rested a 19-year-old Marlton resi-
dent for obstruction of justice.
The suspect was taken into cus-
tody after fleeing a shoplifting in-
cident in Moorestown. He was
served with a criminal summons
and turned over to Moorestown
Police.
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Continued from page 5
Free ballroom dancing lessons
will be offered at Mount Laurel
Library on Thursday nights from
7 to 8 p.m. from July 7 to August
18 (no class on July 21). Diane Al-
cavich from Dances By Diane will
be instructing beginners in the
basic techniques of several clas-
sic dances including waltz, fox
trot, cha-cha and swing. No part-
ner or experience needed. This
program is open to the public and
no registration is required. Since
different steps will be taught each
week, there is no need to commit
to attending all of the sessions.
The library is located at 100 Walt
Whitman Avenue.
Free ballroom dancing lessons at the library
learn first-hand about their envi-
ronment and the carbon footprint
of the schools.
She said kiosks have been
placed in the hallways and cafete-
rias of each school, showing stu-
dents the real-time data.
“Students are able to monitor
the information,” Reynolds said.
“In some of their classes, they’ll
be able to do projects and discuss
the science behind the informa-
tion.”
To see the data, visit the “Car-
bon Footprint” section on the
school district’s Web site,
www.mtlaurelschools.org.
Seeing the solar savings
SOLAR
Continued from page 1
The Burlington County Earth
Fair, an all-day event featuring
more than 100 eco-friendly ven-
dors and exhibitors, live enter-
tainment, kids’ activities and
more, is scheduled for Saturday,
June 18 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
rain or shine, at Historic
Smithville Park in Eastampton.
Sponsored by the Burlington
County Board of Chosen Free-
holders, the fair focuses on ways
to protect and enjoy the environ-
ment. It is expected to draw a
crowd of thousands. Parking and
admission are free.
The annual Recycling Stop and
Drop will be open within a short
driving distance of the fair at
Smith’s Woods in Eastampton.
Have your confidential docu-
ments shredded and turn in un-
wanted computers and televi-
sions at the site from 9 a.m. to 4
pm.
This year’s theme is “Back to
Our Roots.” One of the main at-
tractions will again be “The Sus-
tainable Living Tent” showcasing
a wide assortment of earth-
friendly solutions for the home,
including solar panels, green
driveways, and energy-saving
light bulbs.
Visitors will also be able to
check out the hybrid cars on dis-
play, learn the “dos and don’ts” of
recycling, and stroll through the
fair’s “R U GRN” and “EZ 2 B
GRN” areas to get tips on back-
yard composting, water conserva-
tion and more.
Other “Back to Our Roots” at-
tractions will focus on beekeep-
ing, native plants, urban chick-
ens, beneficial bugs, rain barrels
and rain gardens.
“This is one of Burlington
County’s showcase events. The
fair promises to be more enter-
taining and more informative
than ever,” said Freeholder Direc-
tor Bruce D. Garganio. “Come
and enjoy a variety of displays
and entertainment and find your-
self becoming more environmen-
tally savvy as the day goes on.”
Children’s activities will in-
clude “trash” sculpting, paper-
making, environmental-themed
puppet shows, storytelling, face
painting, a 4-H petting zoo, and a
musical “made from trash” play-
ground that will enable kids to
have fun with “instruments”
made from recycled materials.
Special “Back to Your Musical
Roots” entertainment, including
gospel, New Orleans/Cajun, blue-
grass, country blues, folk and jazz
will be presented on two stages in
the park.
Throughout the day, visitors
will be able to canoe the Rancocas
Creek for $15 a canoe, explore the
park’s nature trails, and the His-
toric Smithville Mansion for $3,
and tour the Smithville Industrial
Village. A variety of food will be
for sale and two environmentally-
friendly, battery-operated Neuton
lawn mowers and a chicken coop
will be raffled off. Tickets will
cost $1 each and all proceeds will
benefit the non-profit Smithville
Conservancy.
Historic Smithville Park is lo-
cated on Smithville Road, three-
quarters-of-a mile off Route 38.
The Recycling Stop and Drop will
be set up at Smith’s Woods,
Smithville Road and East Rail-
road Avenue.
Burlington County residents
with ID (no businesses or non-
profits) may bring up to four bags
of boxes of personal files for on-
site destruction.
In addition, residents may re-
cycle their old computers, lap-
tops, monitors, keyboards, print-
ers, desktop copiers, scanners, fax
machines, televisions, VCR and
DVD players. Sorry, no other
items will be accepted.
For more information, call 265-
5858, or go to
www.co.burlington.nj.us.
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TOTAL 5 Year
Warranty*
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349
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449
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359
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$
139
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349
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199
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Body Only
$
999
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With EFS 18-135 IS
$
1299
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