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By AUBRIE GEORGE
The Moorestown Sun
By the 2015-16 school year,
there will most likely be 474 to 507
fewer students enrolled in
Moorestown Township public
schools than there are today.
That projected figure is the re-
sult of a demographic study com-
pleted and presented at a recent
Board of Education meeting by
Richard S. Grip, executive direc-
tor of Statistical Forecasting
LLC – an educational consulting
firm that provides demographic
services for local schools.
The study projects that by 2015-
16, there will be somewhere
around 3,748 to 3,781 students en-
rolled in Moorestown public
schools, compared to the current
enrollment of 4,255 students. In
the study, Grip noted enrollment
has dropped 85 students since the
2005-06 school year and that the
total capacity for students in all of
the schools combined is 5,095 stu-
dents.
According to Grip, the project-
ed drop in enrollment is due to
negative kindergarten replace-
ment, a decline in the birth rate,
and a low percentage of females
in the 20-to-34-year-old age group.
Grip used district historical en-
rollments, birth data, and new
housing starts to come up with
grade-by-grade enrollments for
2011-12 through 2015-16.
One of the issues discussed in
the study called negative kinder-
garten replacement occurs when
the number of graduating high
school students is greater than
the number of kindergarten stu-
dents replacing them in the next
year–something Moorestown has
experienced in four of the last
five years, Grip said. He noted
that because the district has half-
day kindergarten, he used first
grade students for the study. The
study concludes that the district
has lost 50 students in 2010-11 due
to this because 349 seniors gradu-
ated last year and were replaced
by 299 first grade students.
Grip said that the median age
for Moorestown is 42.1 years old,
which is higher than both the na-
tional median average of 36 to 37-
years-old and the county median
age of 40.4 years old.
Grip also points out a fairly sig-
nificant drop in Moorestown’s
birth rate combined with the fact
that demographics show women
within the 20-to-34-year-old age
bracket, considered to be of the
childbearing age, are lacking in
the Moorestown population.
The study examines new hous-
ing developments and how they
may affect student enrollment in
Student
population
to drop?
Demographic study predicts nearly
500 fewer students by 2015-16
please see STUDENTS, page 21
Special to The Sun
The Moorestown Rotary Club held its 27th Annual Scott Coffee Rotary Run recently. Well over
1,000 runners, in many age categories, turned out to run the 8K route through Moorestown. Pro-
ceeds from the event support scholarships for Moorestown High School students and several
other projects.
Rotary Run
By MELISSA DIPENTO
The Moorestown Sun
The show will go on. That’s the
decision a citizens’ committee in
Moorestown decided about the In-
dependence Day Parade.
Dave Schill, who heads up the
committee, said the group has
been trying to resuscitate the pa-
rade since it went on hiatus two
years ago during a round of town-
ship budget cuts.
Schill said the group has raised
about $5,200, a bit more than the
$4,000 needed to have adequate
police presence at the event.
“It’s a celebration of our free-
dom, we want to do it up in a big
way. But we have a limited budg-
et. We’ll work our way up,” Schill
said.
The committee of about 20 resi-
dents has been actively dis-
cussing plans for the parade since
last fall and is planning to meet a
few more times before the event
to tie up any loose ends, Schill
said.
The parade will kick off at
noon at Chester and Central
Streets. From there, the parade
will head up to Main St. and then
turn down Church St.
The parade will host dozens of
veterans, floats and cars. The pa-
rade is still seeking a marching
band, however, to play the popu-
lar holiday tunes.
Schill said the theme of this
year’s parade is “1776.” Business-
es, organizations and residents
can donate at three levels; red
level donors pledge $17.76, white
level donors pledge $177.60 and
blue level donors pledge $1,776.
Schill said the group did receive
one anonymous donation at the
blue level.
Also part of the Fourth of July
festivities is a storefront decora-
tion contest, which urges busi-
nesses and shops to support the
holiday by decorating their win-
dows with red, white and blue.
First, second–and third–place
Fourth parade a go
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Knights of Columbus member John Glowacki presents Aileen Kolon with her $1,000 scholarship at Mass
with Father Damian McElroy, pastor of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church.
Music Together
registration
Music Together classes involve
infants, toddlers and preschoolers
and their parents or other care-
givers in informal singing, chant-
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continue the activities outside of
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Registrations are being taken
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term of Music Together, which
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Classes meet once a week Mon-
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Varsity basketball coach
holding summer camp
Moorestown Varsity Basket-
ball coach Shawn Anstey will be
holding three weeks of basketball
camps over the summer.
The camps, designed for young
boys and teens between the ages
of 7 and 15, features individual
skill improvements, five-on-five
games, one-on-one games, free
throw shooting, hot shot competi-
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On the final day of the camp
week, an awards ceremony will
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All parents and guardians are
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The cost is $190 for the week
per player. This fee includes in-
struction, insurance, a shirt and
awards. Students need to bring
their own lunch to camp. Snacks
and drinks will be sold during
lunchtime for a nominal fee.
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Upper Elementary School on Bor-
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Girls basketball camp
June 20 to 23
Moorestown High School’s
head girls basketball coach is run-
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girls (age 7 to 14) June 20 to 23 at
Moorestown High School.
Chris Hill, in her fourth year as
head coach, has taken the varsity
program to the SJ State Finals
this year, the farthest the pro-
gram has ever gone in
Moorestown High School history.
She has over 15 years coaching
experience at the high school
level.
Moorestown Basketball Acade-
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the opportunity to learn and en-
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competitions, trivia, free prizes
and a free T-shirt to all campers.
The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
Campers will need to bring
their own lunches. Snacks and
drinks will be available for pur-
chase at lunchtime.
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EDITORIAL
Time to show support
for sports clubs
It’s time for supporters of the
Moorestown sports clubs to
show their support.
The sports clubs have prom-
ised $800,000 of club monies to
improve the Wesley Bishop ath-
letic fields using membership
money to pay one-fourth of the
costs for the improvements they
have planned during the last two
years.
The other three-fourths of the
costs are planned to be paid by
Moorestown taxpayers using
open space funds, a 15 year bond,
and other financial instruments.
The likely lifespan of the arti-
ficial turf fields will be around
10 years.
The projections are that a new
artificial field will be needed to
replace the one proposed now
five years before the bond is
paid.
As the parents and kids in
2021 will want good fields, too,
they will likely float another
bond and pay for two bonds for
five or so years.
Most of the 4,000 kids in
Moorestown now will be long
gone by 2021, off to establish
their lives drawing on lessons
modeled by their parents, peers,
mentors and coaches.
How the supporters meet
their $800,000 or more financial
obligation to the township for
the modernized fields will show
the kids principled and practical
ways to meet financial responsi-
bilities.
One way is for supporters to
pony up the $800,000 they have
promised to pay via legal instru-
ments. They don’t need to make
future club members cover their
bills and obligations.
To show a sense of equity and
community spirit they might
promise the township that they
will pay the 2.5 to 3.0 million dol-
lars outright rather than asking
others to cover their incurred ex-
penses. If parents of the 4,000
kids put up just $1,000 per kid,
the sports clubs’ problems would
be solved for the next five to 10
years at this one athletic field
site. It is time for the club sup-
porters to rally their clubs for
the fields needed this fall.
Bruce Shaw
Don’t balance budget
on the backs of elderly
With the continuous increase
of our national debt, our nation
adds more and more to the eco-
nomic burden that our children
will be forced to carry. Should
this be fixed? Yes. Must this solu-
tion include drastic cuts to
Medicare and Social Security?
Absolutely not. Budget propos-
als that promote arbitrary
spending limits will likely lead
to Medicare and Social Security
cuts that will directly harm our
most vulnerable citizens.
We’ve worked our entire lives
and many older residents rely al-
most entirely on Social Security
payments to help pay for our
utilities and cover daily expens-
es.
In New Jersey, 22 percent of
Social Security beneficiaries
rely on the program for 90 per-
cent or more of their income.
Social Security and Medicare
cuts put our financial stability in
jeopardy by decreasing our in-
come and increasing our costs
with increased co-pays for med-
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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
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share your thoughts and
opinions.
please see LETTERS, page 11
winners will be recognized.
There was also potential for a
mini marathon before the parade,
Schill said, but that idea will now
be put on hold until next year
when there is more time to plan
for it.
Schill said he encourages all
residents to come out and support
the holiday in town. Schill said he
remembers how important it was
to him to be involved in a Fourth
of July parade.
“As a child we decorated our
bikes. It was meaningful to be in
the parade,” Schill said. “Today,
it’s one way to implant freedom in
our minds and the veterans
marching is important to see.”
For more information on the
parade, check out
www.moorestownbusiness.com/ev
ent_detail.cfm?eventid=6715&cal_i
d=22125.
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Fourth of July parade
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WEDNESDAY
June 15
FOR ALL
Appearance Committee meeting:
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MBA Membership meeting:
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Moorestown Area Quliters: Mt.
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Lane. 7 p.m. Call (609) 975-8131 for
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Divorce Support Group: First Unit-
ed Methodist Church, Camden and
Pleasant Valley Ave. 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. Visit www.meetwithgod.com
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Yoga for Adults: Rec Center. 6 to
7:15 p.m. Call Debbie at 217-6526.
Overeaters Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 10 a.m. Call (609) 239-
0022 or visit
www.southjerseyoa.org.
Wednesday Evening Meditations:
Center for Conscious Living, 302 N.
Washington St., 101E, 5:45 p.m. to
6:30 p.m. Call (856) 722-LOVE for
information.
FOR KIDS
Children’s story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call
608-1904 for info.
THURSDAY
June 16
FOR ALL
Environmental Advisory Commit-
tee meeting: Moorestown Library.
7 p.m.
Moorestown Minority Civic Asso-
ciation meeting: Bethel AME
Church, 512 N. Church St. 7 p.m. E-
mail mmca92@yahoo.comfor
more information.
Yoga for Adults: Rec Center. 6 to
7:15 p.m. Call Debbie at 217-6526.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 115 West Main St. next to
Peter Pan. 6:30 p.m.
FRIDAY
June 17
FOR ALL
FOR SENIORS
AARP bowling group: Laurel
Lanes, Rte. 73 in Maple Shade. Call
778-7467 for information.
FOR KIDS
Teen Night: Church Street Rec
Center. 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Children’s story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call
608-1904 for info.
Drop-in Craft – Create Your Own
Father’s Day Card: Moorestown
Library. All day. Call 234-0333 for
info.
SATURDAY
June 18
FOR ALL
Buddhist Sangha of South Jer-
sey’s Day of Mindfulness:
Moorestown Friends Meetinghouse,
D’Olier Room, Main St. and Chester
Ave. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 905-2623
or visit buddhistsangha.tripod.com
for info.
FOR KIDS
Drop-in Craft – Create Your Own
Father’s Day Card: Moorestown
Library. All day. Call 234-0333 for
info.
SUNDAY
June 19
FOR ALL
Sunday Worship: HOPE Communi-
ty Church. 10:30 a.m. Call 235-8077
or visit www.hope-ccm.org.
Maranatha Christian Fellowship
services: 802 N. Lenola Rd. 8:30 or
10:30 a.m.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Farm Exhibit, Mansion Tours and
Gift Shop: Smith Cadbury Mansion.
1 to 4 p.m. For more information
visit www.moorestown.com/histo-
ry.
Center for Conscious Living: Sun-
day Service: Moorestown Commu-
nity House. 10 a.m.
FOR KIDS
Main Street Kids LIVE!: HOPE
Community Church. 10:29 a.m.
Ages 4 to 12. Call 235-8077 or visit
www.hope-ccm.org.
MONDAY
June 20
FOR ALL
Overeaters Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 7:30 p.m. Call (609)
239-0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
FOR KIDS
Time for Twos: Moorestown
Library. 9:30 and 11 a.m. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Drop-in story time: Moorestown
Library. 1:30 p.m. Call 234-0333 to
register.
TUESDAY
June 21
FOR ALL
Zoning Board of Adjustments
meeting: William Allen Middle
School, 801 North Stanwick Rd.
7:30 p.m.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Library: Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1
to 4 p.m. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
FOR SENIORS
Evergreens Senior Women’s Club:
New Albany Recreation Center.
Noon to 3 p.m. Call 662-8752 or
235-0912 x3026 for info.
Men’s Senior Citizen Club: New
Albany Recreation Center, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Call 866-9155 for info.
FOR KIDS
Kindergarten story time:
Moorestown Library. 9:30 a.m. and
1:15 p.m. Call 234-0333 to register.
Time for Twos: Moorestown
Library. 11 a.m. Call 234-0333 to
register.
Children’s story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call
608-1904 for info.
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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 admis-
sion are free.
The annual Recycling Stop and
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driving distance of the fair at
Smith’s Woods in Eastampton.
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This year’s theme is “Back to
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One of the main attractions
will again be “The Sustainable
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assortment of earth-friendly solu-
tions 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
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yard composting, water conserva-
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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
entertaining and more informa-
tive than ever,” said Freeholder
Director Bruce D. Garganio.
“Come and enjoy a variety of
displays and entertainment and
find yourself becoming more en-
vironmentally 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.
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.
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sale and two environmentally-
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The Burlington County Board
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Located at the Burlington
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Center in Moorestown, the mar-
ket is celebrating its fifth season
selling Jersey Fresh fruits and
vegetables, baked goods and
unique crafts.
The farmers market will be
open every Saturday, rain or
shine, through October.
The market is open from 8:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. for shoppers to find
a wide assortment of fresh pro-
duce in season at the time of their
visit each week.
“The Farmers Market is a
great place for Burlington County
residents to have access to the
freshest locally–grown and pro-
duced products,” said Burlington
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“This year we are adding farm-
ing demonstrations sponsored by
Rutgers Cooperative Extension to
the market’s program.”
Demonstrations will include
plowing, planting, and harvesting
crops such as hops, sunflowers
and corn.
Also for the 2011 season, the
number of market vendors has
increased and shoppers will find
an increased assortment of sea-
sonal Jersey Fresh produce such
as blueberries, sweet corn, heir-
loom tomatoes, asparagus and
other organic vegetables, as well
as free-range poultry, pot pies,
cheese, baked and prepared foods,
fresh flowers and herbs.
The farmers participating at
this market are dedicated to offer-
ing locally–grown fresh food,
picked at its peak maturity to en-
sure the highest quality and taste.
Since the food is grown locally,
the need for chemical preserva-
tives and irradiation to artificial-
ly extend shelf life typically
found in produce offered in most
supermarkets is greatly reduced
or eliminated.
Each week will feature differ-
ent live musical performers and
educational workshops.
Special events and themed pro-
grams are also planned for the up-
coming season, including a corn
roast, tomato and peach festivals,
watermelon bash, ice cream so-
cial, and pumpkin painting.
The county’s Agriculture Cen-
ter also features a community
garden with about 60 partici-
pants. In addition, a new Commu-
nity Supported Agriculture
(CSA) farm enables members to
purchase advance shares of pro-
duce grown on a section of the
property leased by Growing
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For more information on
events, call (609) 265-5068.
For more information on the
Agriculture Center, call 642-3850.
Agricultural Vendors
n Busy Bee Farm LLC, honey
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n Spinella Farms, diversified
produce, herbs.
nHunter’s Vegetable Farm, di-
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n Windy Farms Alpacas, al-
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n Green Cow Studio, hand-
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n 1895 Organic Farm, diversi-
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n Griggstown Farm Market,
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n Perennial Patches, diversi-
fied produce, herbs, greenhouse
plants.
n Darmo’s Farm, diversified
produce, cut flowers, greenhouse
plants, herbs.
nLittle Hooves Romneys, meat;
eggs; wool products.
n Smiling Dog Greenhouse,
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n Hlubik Farms, diversified
produce, cut flowers, greenhouse
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cut flowers.
n Artemis Farm, diversified
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High ‘praise’
for county services
I was most pleased to see that
once again the Chosen Freehold-
ers of Burlington County have
blessed us with their generosity.
Their aptly named Farmers’ Mar-
ket has opened for the season!
And here I thought it was just
the popular senior citizen bus
service they were kind enough to
“bring” to us.
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things that we should be eternally
in their debt for providing to us
humble taxpayers.
I will keep both of these self-
less acts of charity in mind this
summer when I receive my not in-
significant County tax bill. At
that time I will remind myself
that it is not simpleton taxpayers
like me who pay for or provide
anything it is truly the “Chosen”
ones who do it.
Henry Applegate
Still more to do for
Fourth of July parade
As the chairman of
Moorestown’s July 4th parade
committee, sponsored by the
Moorestown Business Associa-
tion, I want to update you on the
status of this celebration of our
freedom.
One of the items Council cut
from the budget was the funding
of the parade, so if we are to have
one each year, the citizens need to
pay for it themselves.
As a result, a committee was
formed made up of residents
from around town who have been
working on the issue for many
months.
One of the major components
we’ve taken on is how to pay for
the parade. Our solution was the
“1776” fund raising campaign
which has been is going well, but
we’re still short of necessary
funds.
Our “1776” fund raiser is a sim-
ple concept, and if everyone con-
tributes, we will have a parade to
end all parades. Individuals and
families can contribute at the red
level of $17.76, organizations and
businesses at the white level of
$177.60, and major sponsors at the
blue level of $1,776.
We’re confident that every fam-
ily in Moorestown will be happy
to give $17.76 to see our parade off
to a rousing start in 2011. It’s a
small price to pay to celebrate our
freedom.
Right now, we’ve received over
$5,200.00 in contributions, but
that is essentially what it will cost
for the required police and traffic
control. In the next few weeks,
let’s come together and con-
tribute to make our parade a huge
success. There is no question that
we can have a parade that will be
the best in South Jersey. It’s up to
all of us in Moorestown to make
it happen.
How can you contribute?
There are two ways: You can
write a check to the Moorestown
Business Association, with “July
4 parade” in the notation section,
and mail to PO Box 358,
Moorestown, NJ 08057.
Or you can contribute online,
at the Moorestown Business As-
sociation’s website:
www.moorestownbusiness.com,
and click the “Join/Renew” tab at
the top. From there, you can con-
tribute at any of the donor levels,
by credit card.
An additional change from pre-
vious announcements about
what’s taking place that weekend
is the fact that we’ve deleted the
run that was supposed to take
place just before the start of the
parade. So, no run this year.
Look for us on Facebook and
we will see you along the parade
route on July 4, at noon.
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Moorestown’s Lexi Klein com-
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round of 77 to finish in a three-
way tie for third place. A match
of cards gave the Moorestown
senior a fifth–place medal in the
state championship. Klein, who
will play golf for the Bucknell
University ladies team in the fall,
helped coach Charlotte Heenan’s
Moorestown team place fourth in
the team category as well.
The other scorers for the lady
Quakers at Bamm Hollow were
Kelly Hwang, Sarah Jordan, and
Angie Sweeney who, with Klein,
posted a combined score of 381.
Klein’s individual performance
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recent NJSIAA girls golf Tournament of Champions.
Klein leads the way at TOC
lawn mowers and a chicken coop
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Tickets will cost $1 each and all
proceeds will benefit the non-
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Historic Smithville Park is lo-
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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-
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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-
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Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. represents more than 13,000 agents in seven Mid-Atlantic states, plus
the District of Columbia. The Long & Foster Companies 2010 combined sales for the year were in excess
of $47 billion. Visit us at longandfoster.com.
REALTY ALLIANCE HONORS JOAN DELANEY AND MARC RICCI
FROM LONG & FOSTER’S MOORESTOWN OFFICE
Moorestown, NJ – June, 2011 – Denise Jasinski, Man-
ager of Long & Foster’s Moorestown office, is pleased to
announce that Joan Delaney and Marc Ricci received the
Realty Alliance Award for 2010.
According to Jasinski, “This award recognizes Marc
and Joan‘s exceptional sales performance for 2010, which
places them in the top 5% of all residential real estate
sales professionals in North America.”
Both Marc and Joan received honors from Long & Fos-
ter as well for their 2010 sales performance: Joan received
the award for Top Individual Producer, and The Ricci-
Gareau Team was named Top Producing Group, Top List-
ing Group and Top Sales Producing Group. Contact Joan
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The First Baptist
Church of Moorestown
has announced that Dr.
Tony Campolo will be the
featured guest on June 19
at 10 a.m.
Campolo–speaker, au-
thor, sociologist, pastor,
and social activist – is pro-
fessor emeritus of sociology at
Eastern University, a for-
mer faculty member at
the University of Penn-
sylvania, and the founder
and president of the
Evangelical Association
for the Promotion of Edu-
cation.
He has written more
than 35 books, blogs regularly at
his website
redletterchristians.org, and can
also be found on both Facebook
and Twitter.
The First Baptist Church of
Moorestown is located at 19 West
Main Street. For more informa-
tion call the church office at 235-
1180, or visit the church website
at www.fbcmoorestown.org.
Campolo
Tony Campolo to be a featured guest
on June 19 at the First Baptist Church
Send us your Moorestown news
Have a news tip? Drop us an e-mail at news@moorestownsun.com.
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1003 Westfield Rd, Moorestown $699,000
Amazing Southern Colonial is exquisite at every turn! Offering 4 bedrooms and 4.5
baths, this impressive light filled home also offers 3 fireplaces, hardwood floors,
morning and family room with brick floors, in-ground pool, cedar shake roof, 3 car
garage, and amazing gardens and potting shed. You don't want to miss this excep-
tional property. For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-642-8742.
17 High St, Moorestown $585,000
Exceptional 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath home with an "In Town"
location. Hardwood floors, French doors, Viking, Sub-
zero, dual staircases, updated through-out. An amazing
home! For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at
856-642-8742.
Ashley Ct, Moorestown $699,000
Beautiful 2.01 acre lot in the neighborhood of Stanwick Glen.
This private cul-de-sac location sits next to township open
space. Public water and sewer. Build your dream home in an
wonderful neighborhood close to schools. Call Joan
DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ
856-642-8700 • www.longandfoster.com
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107 Inverness Drive, Moorestown $659,000
Laurel Creek-3 bds, 3.5 bths. Premiumwooded lot. Greenbriar Provincial Villa w/ golf course views. Large
sun-splashed kit features center isle, granite cntrtps, eat in brkfst rm & abundance of cabinetry. 2 story
FR features customentertainment cntr, custombkshlvs & gas f/p w/ marble surround. Mstr en suite fea-
tures 2 walk-in closets, well appointed mstr bth w/ soaking tub, shower & seperate sinks. Remaining 2
brms also feature their own bas. 2 car garage and full basement allow for plenty of storage.
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
725 Lippincott Ave, Moorestown
Elegant European Classic 5 bedroom Jeffrey Dubrow home in desirable Northwest
Estates. Exceptional attention to detail inside and out. Chef's kitchen with Granite
Double Oven, Dacor Warming Drawer, Sub-Zero, and Asko. Hardwood floors
throughout 1st and 2nd floors, 9' ceilings, Sun Room, Study, 3 Full and 3 Half Baths,
Back Staircase, and Finished Basement. Wonderful location, beautiful home.
Erin Blank
Salesperson, ASP
www.ErinBlank.com
Direct: 856.642.8046
325 E Central, Moorestown $695,000
This elegant home is nestled on just under 1/2 acre in the heart of town. 5 Bedrooms, 3 full
baths, (one bed and full bath located on the first floor), allow plenty of flexibility and room
for all. Features such as custom built-ins, 2 fireplaces, gleaming hardwoods, and a gorgeous
cherry kitchen make this home special. All of the baths have been updated and the rooms
are tastefully and graciously appointed. The large family/great room with its cozy fireplace is
the perfect place to entertain friends and family alike. Large Deck and Sparkling Pool!
22 Apple Orchard Road, Moorestown $724,900
Grace and charm are apparent at first glance. Sitting at the back of Moorestown Hunt, this spacious
home offers so much. Hardwood floors throughout the foyer, living room, dining room, and kitchen, 2
woodburning fireplaces, back staircase, updated kitchen with new large center island, granite, Bosch
dishwasher, double ovens, and gas cooktop, 3 car garage, beautiful new front door and side panels,
ALL windows tinted, finished basement with exercise room, surround sound in living room,and dining
room. Enormous brick patio with plenty of roomto accommodate outside entertaining. Lovely!
MOORESTOWN $499,000
GREAT LOCATION! Priced at $499,000 4 Winterberry Rd, Moorestown. Build your
dream home on this acre plus lot in desirable Northwest Estates. Owned by a local
prominent builder, the buyer has a great opportunity to co-create a truly one of a
kind home that is energy efficient. A very private lot-absolutely gorgeous. Please
call for a private tour and start planning your custom home today!
680 Lippincott, Moorestown $1,450,000
1.4 wooded acres enclosed by trees & landscaped w/ plantings & gardens located on quiet private
"in town" location. Large deck & screened in porch overlooks heated inground pool & spa. Beyond
pool sits "secret garden." 6 brs, 5½ bas, custom architectural wdwrk, extensive custom painting,
sunken DR, music rm/1st floor BR w/ adjacent full bath & 2 f/ps. Mstr ste w/ marble enclosed
jacuzzi, cathedral ceiling, dressing area, walk-in closets & upper deck that overlooks rear yard.
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New heating system. On 1.32 park like acres this 7 br, 3.5 ba Georgian Colonial offers time-
less grace. Thoughtfully renovated home maintaining its historical character while adding
modern conveniences. Original plaster moldings, millwork, 12 ft clngs, random width wood
plank flrs, antique hardware, dual staircs, 2 f/ps, screened & open porch inground pool &
paver patios. For additional information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
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Collins Estate-Georgian Colonial w/ 5 or 6 brs, 5.5 ba. Renovated t/o on 3.4 acres w/ "in town" location,
present owners have modernized all facets of home yet still has character of original architecture. Kit
rnvtion by Apple Kitchens & Craig Lord w/ apps, granite, Tedd cabinetry & Bamboo flrs. Bths rnvtd.
1500 sq ft. addition w/ 2 story ceiling, gas f/p & Ramsay Built-ins. Movie theater w/ tiered seats. Newer
5 zone heat & cool, slate rf, freshly painted ext, new bths, copper gutters, part fin bsmnt, 3 car gar.
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2.86 acres of privacy. Custom 6,000-12,000 sq. ft. home
w/ 4-6 Br, 3.5-5.5 ba. can be finished to accommodate
your family. 3 car heated gar. & workshop area, 600 sq ft.
deck, walkout bsmnt oversized kit, elevator, radiant floor
heating. Floor to ceiling windows overlooking backyard.
3 new lot listings in Moorestown
PRICES STARTING AT $330,000!
All lots are 1.5 acres and located in a great
neighborhood close to schools and shopping.
Call Lorie Benardella direct for details at
609-315-8067.
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211 N Colonial Ridge, Moorestown $474,900
Spilled off the pages of a Story Book! 3 beds, 2 full baths, Maines brick Cape Cod Home
is well situated on quiet, tree-lined street. Timeless, sophisticated home has been
updated w/ elegant Newer Kit featuring Granite, "Subway" Tile Backsplash & Stainless
Appliances. Gleaming Hardwood Floors, Anderson Windows & Newer Paint add to the
"I can just move in" feeling. Finished Basement provides wonderful space for Home Office
or Playroom. Lovely paver patio & 1 car garage. Great Value!
Erin Blank
Salesperson, ASP
www.ErinBlank.com
Direct: 856.642.8046
110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ
856-642-8700 • www.longandfoster.com
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Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
594 Stratford, Moorestown $569,900
4 br, 2.5 ba home has newer kit, Decora cabinetry, quartz cntrtps, breakfast bar, Kitchen Aid
app pckg, tile flrs & custom light. LR w/ h/w flrs, custom bookshelves, crown molding, wain-
scoting & brick gas f/p. DR has h/w flrs & custom corner cabinetry, FR & glass walled sun
rm w/ custom cabinetry, bar & seating area; MBR wing w/ newer spa-like bath, vanity,
whirlpool & ample closets. Heated salt water pool w/ fence, landscaping, 2 car gar & bsmnt.
410 Salem Rd, Moorestown $1,999,999
HUGE PRICE REDUCTION! 6 br 6.5 ba brick colonial on 2 acres offering pool w/ waterfall,
tennis crt, pond, patios & walk-out bsmnt w/ exercise rm, game rm, FR, music rm & wine
cellar w/ cherry walls & doors, stone strs, wine racks, friges & cntr isle. Kit offers sideXside
Sub-Zero, Wolf 8 burner cook top, SS apps & granite. 2 stry FR w/ f/p, cherry study w/ sit
rm & French Drs to patio. Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
200 Hickory Ln, Moorestown $619,900
Location, location, location! Wonderful home in Golf Estates section of Moorestown.
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home sits on quiet street in middle of town. Large sun
drenched rooms, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, library, 13x29 three season room,
inground pool, generous kitchen with Maple Cabinets and double wall oven, family room
with fireplace overlooking yard & pool. Close to Moorestown Field Club, town & schools.
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
6 Lavender Ln, Mt. Laurel $539,000
Scarborough built, Laurel Ponds home sitting on private cul-de-sac location. 4 brs, 2.5 bas,
h/w floors, oversized 2 story family room w/ brick fireplace, master br w/ sitting/exercise
room, large kitchen w/ granite & eating area & finished WALK-OUT basement that offers
bar, plenty of room for pool table, game area & 2nd family room. This home has so much
to offer. Call Joan DeLaney direct for details & open house information at 856-266-0588.
220 Gregory Ct, Moorestown $774,000
5 br, 4.2 ba 1st FLOOR MASTER - 2 br, 2.5 ba on 1st, 3 br, 2 ba on 2nd. 2nd flr remodeled
2007, new heat & cool (2008) & Anderson windows (2007). Newer "Apple" kit (2004) w/ AGA
European stove, fridge drawers, wine fridge, cabinetry, Granite brkfst bar, cntrtps & built-in
desk space. Bsmnt (2002) has high ceilings, wood burning f/p & custom built pub. 3 f/ps,
moldings, custom cabinetry, pegged h/w floors, 3 bay gar, landscaping, brick patio & new roof!
215 E Central Ave, Moorestown $2,095,000
One of Moorestowns most remarkable Estate Homes. This 6 BR 4.5 BA Georgian Revival
home, rich in architectural details, sits on well over an acre of land. 4 f/ps, 10' ceilings,
Carrera Marble, Granite, Subzero, Viking, Rutt Kit, heated Marble Flrs, Oak & Chestnut h/w
Flrs, Olympic size Pool w/ Spa & 3.5 car gar. Located on one of Moorestown's most beau-
tiful streets in the center of town. Call Joan DeLaney for information at 856-266-0588.
14 Cove Road, Moorestown $735,000
Beautiful 4 bedroom 3 bath Maines built home on 2 incredible acres. Over
4,300 sq ft offering New Geothermal 3 zone heat and air, finished basement,
New full bath with granite, hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, and amazing mas-
ter suite with office, sitting room, and private back staircase that offers a
beautiful brick wall. An amazing home offered at an amazing price.
147 W Central Ave, Moorestown $374,900
Warm and Welcoming. This updated 3 bedroom 2.5 bath Craig Lord built colo-
nial offers the updated you want with the charm you expect. Hardwood floors
add warmth to this already sun drenched home and the family room addition
offers a fireplace and beautiful a stone floor. Granite, stainless steel appliances,
designer paints, deck, paver patio, and walking distance to town center.
236 S. Church, Moorestown $349,900
The charm of days gone by but with all the modern amenities you hope for. Sit on the front
porch and watch the world go by, take a short walk to Memorial Field, or stroll down-town
for dinner or shopping. Life doesn't get better than this! Newer kitchen, hardwood floors,
large yard, hardwood floors, wrap-around front porch, huge dining room, and abundant
character. This home is move in ready. Location, price, and charm...a perfect combination!
Ashley Ct, Moorestown $499,900
Build your dream home in the wonderful neighborhood
of Stanwick Glen on this 1.51 acre dream lot. Beautiful
and private cul-de-sac location. Properties like this do
not come around very often. Public water and sewer.
Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
8 Leeds Rd, Moorestown $2,199,000
Finely appointed Georgian Colonial in NW Estates offers 6 brs, 4 full & 3 half baths on
1.2 acres. 10’ ceilings, plaster moldings, h/w floors, chef’s kit, marble keystones & thresh
holds, custom cabinetry, pro grade apps, 4 f/p, 3 car gar, French drs, patios, balcony,
5 zone HVAC, fin bsmnt, irrig syst… the list goes on & on! Paul Canton built home. No
detail overlooked. For additional information call Joan DeLaney Direct at 856-266-0588.
109 W Oak Ave, Moorestown $374,900
Warmth, Charm, and Character is what you can expect to find in this lovely bungalow.
Welcomed by mature trees, window boxes, and pristine landscape, this home exudes
"Cottage Charm". Hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, 1 car garage, new roof, and freshly paint-
ed. Beautiful yard with meandering garden and patio. A Walk to town location completes
this very special home. For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
2 Cobblestone Court, Moorestown $3,700,000
Secluded in remarkable enclave of custom homes, impeccable residence offers outstand-
ing details inside and out. Nestled on just over 3 wooded acres, this Country French estate
built by Gary Gardner is absolutely jaw dropping. 5 brs, 7.5 bas, 2 staircases, 6 f/ps, 5 zone
Heat/AC, finished lower level, wine cellar & 3 car garage. Indoors flow out to bluestone ter-
races & broad lawn complete w/ pool, summer kitchen & cabana w/ full bath. Remarkable!
116 Leconey Circle, Palmyra $249,000
3 brs, 1.5 ba fully renovated t/o. LR has brick f/p & h/w flrs. Kit boasts ss apps, neutral tiles &
countertops. DR features chandelier & well maintained h/w flrs. Sunroom makes terrific space
for home office or playroom. Renovated half ba rounds out 1st floor. Mstr has adjacent reno-
vated full ba. Other 2 brs are spacious & in neutral decor. Bsmnt, floored attic, det gar, paver
patio, fenced yard, newer windows & wonderful curb appeal makes property a great value!
555 N Stanwick Rd, Moorestown $1,399,000
Remarkable 7 BR 3/5 Bath Deborah Hospital Designers’ Show House 2001. Featuring
3 fireplaces, a Dream Kitchen rich in high end appliances, Italian tiles, Architectural
Moldings with great attention to detail throughout this Estate-Style Home. MBR Suite is
very spacious and offers a tremendous professionally appointed walk-in closet. Private
Patio, Hardwood Floors, and 2 incredible solariums with barrel ceilings… Beautiful!
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We have
Stuffed Breads!
and friends are encouraged to at-
tend the 1 p.m. games and presen-
tations the campers put on to
demonstrate what skills they
worked on all week. For more in-
formation, go to
www.moorestownbasketballacade-
my.com.
Elementary chess
lessons start Aug. 1
Terry O’Brien, a fourth-grade
teacher at the Moorestown Upper
Elementary School, is running a
chess and strategic games camp
this August for young strategists.
The first session will run Aug.
1 through 5 from 9 a.m. to noon
for girls and boys ages 5 to 10. The
second session will run Aug. 8
through 12 from 9 a.m. to noon.
The cost, per five-day session,
is $60. Both sessions will be held
at UES in room N25.
Interested young strategists
can contact O’Brien at
tobrien@mtps.com or (609) 417-
2040.
Class of ‘71
reunion June 18
Moorestown High School Class
of 1971 will get together for a re-
union on June 18. A reunion din-
ner will be held at the
Moorestown Field Club from 7
p.m. to midnight. The cost to at-
tend is $60 per person and in-
cludes music, food, and an open
bar. Jeff and Susie Hadden will
host a post party. The attire is ca-
sual, no jeans.
There will also be a pre-re-
union gathering at Ott’s Tavern
in Delran on Friday, June 17 from
7 p.m. to close.
Before the reunion, there will
be a concert with an Allman
Brothers tribute band called Hot-
lanta. The concert will be in the
Moorestown Jr. High Cafeteria,
above the Church Street gym,
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Checks for the reunion dinner
can be made payable to
“Moorestown High Class 1971”
and can be sent to Brian Moody at
17 Stoney Hill Lane, Mt. Laurel,
NJ 08054.
For more information, call
Brian Moody at 371-1763 or Jeff
Hadden at 912-0656. You can also
check out “Moorestown HS Class
of 1971” on Facebook to reconnect
with classmates.
Kuder graduates cum
laude from Lycoming
Joseph M. Kuder IV graduated
from Lycoming College in
Williamsport, Pa. recently.
He received a B.A. in business
administration with a dual track
in marketing and management.
Joseph graduated cum laude and
was also named on the dean’s list
for Lycoming College for the
spring semester. Joseph is a 2007
graduate of Moorestown High
School. His parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Kuder III of
Moorestown.
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Cupcake.....................................................................750 ML........$7.39
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Ravenswood Vintners Blend.......................................750 ML........$8.09
Ch Ste Michelle..........................................................750 ML......$11.39
Cupcake.....................................................................750 ML........$7.39
Smoking Loon.............................................................750 ML........$8.09
St Francis...................................................................750 ML......$15.09
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Molson Ice.....................................24/12 OZ Cans Loose.............$15.99
Moosehead Light Lime ..................24/12 OZ Bott. 2/12 pks ........$20.49
Stella Artois ..................................24/12 OZ Bott. 2/12 pks ........$23.99
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Grolsch Lager ................................24/12 OZ Bott. 2/12 pks ........$22.99
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BEAUTIFUL CURB APPEAL! This pristine 4 BD,
2½ BA home offers a fabulous open floor plan.
Features include 2-story Foyer, favorable 1st floor
Study, upgraded Gourmet Kitchen with Cherry cab-
inetry, spacious Family Room with gas fireplace
and rear staircase, finished lower level, plus
upgraded patio with pergola and hot tub!
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Situated on 1 acre of land. 2 bedrooms, large family
room or 3rd bedroom, 1 bath, 2 car garage, large back-
yard, eat in kitchen and dining room. Within walking dis-
tance of downtown Moorestown. $1,750 per month.
Please call 215-850-6041 for an appointment.
Beautiful Cape Cod style home for rent
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CLASSIFIED THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 15-21, 2011 25
202 W. Main Street
Moorestown, NJ 08057
(856) 235-1950
Shelley Suflas
Sales Associate
Cell 609-304-9692
Office 856-235-1950 x 192
Licensed in NJ & PA
DELRAN • $384,900
Fabulous 4br 3.5b in desirable Forest Hills neighborhood. Large rooms w/cus-
tom detailing, newly painted & neutral decor! Finished basement adds 900 sq.ft
w/kitchenette & full bath and cluster of 3 rooms. Elegant 2 story Foyer with h/w
floor. The Kitchen boasts expansive granite counters w/custom tile, large pantry,
peninsula and desk. Oversized deck & back yard overlooking wooded lot.
CHERRY HILL • $198,900
Great 1st floor 2 br 2 bath corner condo in Chanticleer (off Kresson & Cropwell) with
open floor plan for easy entertaining and attached 1 car garage. Separate master
suite with large walk-in closet and private bath. Second bedroom/ study adjacent to
full hall bath. Large family room connects to huge dining room for family gatherings.
Large breakfast room off of kitchen for casual dining. Call Shelley today for appt.
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MOORESTOWN
Laurel Creek Villa-Situated on Premium Lot with magnificent expansive views of
ponds, tall grasses, woods and golf course. Custom built-ins in Library, Living
Room, and Family Room. Includes a Sunroom (or 2nd office) on the first floor and
a lovely Sitting room off 2nd floor Master Bedroom. Top it off with the finished base-
ment and paver patio and this is a home to see! Call Shelley for your tour today!
DELRAN • $419,000
Lovely 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home with neutral decor on a premium lot, backing to
woods. Walk into the spacious 2-story entryway with hardwood flooring through foyer
and kitchen. The finished basement is a WOW with full custom bath and wet bar with
granite countertop; Also boasts huge additional entertaining area with surround-
sound and walk-out to the beautiful grounds beyond. Call Shelley to see today!
MOORESTOWN • $2,450,000
Magnificent custom home off private drive. 6 BR, 5.5 bath with over 6,700 sq. ft.
of living space on over 2 secluded acres. Professionally decorated in neutral
tones with custom woodwork throughout! The balcony off Master Bedroom Suite
overlooks professionally landscaped grounds, deck, patio, and heated pool with
views that will take your breath away! Call Shelley for your private tour today!
MOORESTOWN • $585,000
Vacation 24/7 in this great suburban get-away! Over 1 acre of
private landscaped grounds on quiet cul-de-sac with heated
pool with spa, patio and deck! This home also offers 4 bed-
rooms, 2 1/2 baths, 1st floor study and deck off 2nd floor Master
Bedroom. Call Shelley for your tour of this home today!
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MT. LAUREL
ULTIMATE PRIVACY
This exquisite estate is sited
on a spectacular lot backing
and siding to wooded open
space. This completely
rehabbed home includes 3
fireplaces, detailed millwork,
marble and cherry flooring,
and lavish master suite.
$759,000
MOORESTOWN
CURRIER AND IVES CLASSIC
Charm, warmth and comfort is
yours in this Maines built
home nestled on a tree-lined
street. Enjoy living room fire-
place and built-ins and fully
accessible family room with
full bath opening to ramp,
patio and lovely grounds.
$575,000
MOORESTOWN
SPACIOUS CAPE COD
This large sprawling Cape on
1.4 acres is not a drive-by.
Formal dining room and living
room with hardwood floors
and marble fireplace. Rear
tiled sunroom and additional
family room with custom
built-ins, full basement.
$479,000
MOORESTOWN
THE ENCLAVE OF MOORESTOWN HUNT
Surrounded by 100 acres of
preserved open space with
a custom pool overlooking a
large pond, this spectacular
home features a conservatory,
David Ramsay master suite,
Brazilian hardwood flooring
and 3 fireplaces.
$1,199,000
DELRAN
TRUE PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP
This 4 bedroom, 3 bath Clifton
colonial has beautiful hard-
wood flooring, large family
room, 14x17 Florida room
with vaulted ceiling and sky-
light. Replacement windows,
newer heat and A/C, the fenced
yard complement this home.
$329,900
MOORESTOWN
THE WORK IS DONE
This 3-bedroom ranch
home has been completely
renovated. Enjoy a new
kitchen, new bath, new
heating, A/C and all new
windows. Add to this, a base-
ment and a garage. Need a
quick settlement? This is it!
$267,000
MOORESTOWN
1920`S COLONIAL
This timeless brick colonial
has 4 bedrooms and 3 full
baths. Remaining faithful to
it`s spirit, enjoy wood floors,
fireplace, spacious living
room, formal dining room
with French doors,
basement and garage.
$459,000
MOORESTOWN
TIMELESS DESIGN
Pristine and perfect
describes this home sited on
a lushly landscaped lot on a
premier cul-de-sac. Enjoy the
updated kitchen, newer Pella
windows, systems and baths.
Doors from the family room
open to yard and pool.
$695,000
MOORESTOWN
CONTEMPORARY RANCHER
This 3 bedroom is full of
light with an open floor plan.
Living room, kitchen and
master bedroom have vaulted
ceilings. The landscaped yard,
with mature trees, creates your
own oasis. A great find!
$434,900
MOORESTOWN
DON`T DREAM TOO LONG
This home, located in an estab-
lished neighborhood with great
schools and sidewalks, offers
open and spacious living.
A contemporary design with
solarium, first floor master
and den, loft, spiral staircase
and a finished basement.
$495,000
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MOORESTOWN
UPDATED AND INVITING
A perfect opportunity to own
a well appointed 4 bedroom,
2 bath home boasting hard-
wood floors, new windows
and a kitchen with new cabi-
nets and granite counters.
French doors open to the deck
and fenced backyard.
$250,000
MOORESTOWN
PICTURE PERFECT COLONIAL
This well priced 4 bedroom,
2.5 bath home is situated
on a cul-de-sac close to the
historic town center. Two gas
fireplaces, updated kitchen
and fabulous sun room with
walls of glass overlooking
private grounds.
$617,500
CINNAMINSON
PICTURE PERFECT
Picture yourself relaxing
on your private 2-tier deck
overlooking beautiful grounds
and pond. This 4 bedroom
home features vaulted
ceilings, newer kitchen,
hardwoods and master suite
with mahogany floors.
$459,900
MOORESTOWN
CAPE COD COMFORT
This charming 4 bedroom
home with a large kitchen
and sun room has a wall of
windows overlooking a
private back yard with lots of
birds in view! A hot water
heater and furnace were
recently installed.
$359,900
MOORESTOWN
PARK-LIKE SETTING
This lovely home offers
2.44 acres suitable for a large
gathering or Alfresco dining
in the privacy of your own
backyard. A perfectly main-
tained Colonial home with
5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
$649,000
MOORESTOWN
CLASSIC PERFECTION
Nestled on a prime cul-de-sac,
this exceptional home by
Maines is impeccably
designed and appointed.
Features include hardwoods,
3 fireplaces, 1st floor study
and bath plus fantastic lower
level with kitchen.
$1,185,000
MOORESTOWN
A CHOICE LOCATION
This impeccable home is
sited on a large lot close to
Strawbridge Lake. Features
include kitchen with granite
countertops open to a family
room and sun room, 2 fire-
places, newer roof, windows,
systems and Trek deck.
$499,900
CINNAMINSON
MUCH DESIRED SWEETWATER
Retire in a 2 bedroom,
2 bath end-unit condo. Open
floor plan, vaulted ceiling,
fireplace, cozy den, eat-in
kitchen and balcony. The
master bedroom has a large
bath, walk-in closet and
dressing area/computer nook.
$165,000
MOORESTOWN
WELL-ESTABLISHED LOCATION
Located in the heart of
North Riding Estates, this
spacious 2-story home backs
to private wooded views.
First floor office, bright
sunroom addition with
new kitchen with granite
counter tops and island.
$584,900
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our other homes for sale, visit
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