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Budget up for vote
Vote for fire district budget,
seat is Feb. 18. PAGE 3
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Special to The Sun
Nineteen-year-old Brandon Pugh is aiming to become one of the youngest board of education members in
the state, as he is running for one of three open seats in the Moorestown School District election in April
or November. Here he is meeting a township voter.
Teen declares his candidacy
Sell is
named
citizen
of year
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
Somehow, amid his rampant
volunteerism with a number
of local groups and charities,
Douglass Sell still found time
to co-create an organization
called Urban BoatWorks, a
group that teaches inner-city
Camden youth the craft of
wooden boat building as a way
to develop skills and values.
Is there any wonder this guy
was a unanimous choice for
2012 Citizen of the Year? In
front of hundreds on Wednes-
day, Feb. 1, Sell was officially
named the citizen of the year
by the Moorestown Service
Council, which is comprised of
members from the Y Service
Club, the Lion’s Club and Ro-
tary.
“When you have an event,
there’s a lot of pressure on the
awardee. We spent a fair
amount of time together for
the past month and a half. He’s
a simple man and he’s hum-
ble,” said Tim Kerrihard, pres-
ident of the Y Service Club.
“He doesn’t brag about what
he’s done – or who he is. It’s
not pretend. I came to appreci-
ate that about him and I would
never have known. It was nice
that the dinner brought that to
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
At an age where most
teenagers are enjoying their sec-
ond year of college and majoring
in keg stands at “Whatsamatta
U,” one local 19-year-old resident
is looking to give back to his com-
munity through volunteerism.
Brandon Pugh, 19, a member of
the class of 2011 at Moorestown
Township High School, has offi-
cially declared his candidacy for
one of three, 3-year open seats on
the school district board of edu-
cation.
Pugh wants people to under-
stand one thing: This is a serious
bid to give back to a community
that has provided him with a fan-
tastic education, he said.
“I’m running to give back and
to ensure that what I received (in
the school district) will continue
for the next three years,” he said.
“This isn’t just something I’ve
thought of doing in the past few
months. I originally came up with
this idea when I was a freshman
in high school.”
If elected, Pugh would be one
of the youngest board of educa-
tion members in the state. Ac-
cording to a 2010 report from the
New Jersey School Board Associ-
ation, less than 2 percent of active
BOE members in the state are
younger than 30. BOE members
between the ages of 41 and 51 ac-
count for 46 percent of all mem-
bers in the state.
As of 2010, there were only
three active BOE members in the
state who had been elected as
teenagers.
But Pugh touts his experience
as a volunteer as one of his strong
please see PUGH, page 2 please see CITIZEN, page 11
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He is active in several volun-
teer organizations in town – in-
cluding CASA and the MoorArts
program – as well as an active
member of the emergency med-
ical technicians for the fire dis-
trict. He’s also a well-known
member of the community as he
was named the 2011 Citizen of the
Year by the Moorestown Service
Club Council.
Volunteerism and giving back
have always been part of his na-
ture, he said, so what better way
to help the township than to be a
part of the board of education?
Pugh is not attending college
fulltime, instead deciding to ac-
cept a position with the gover-
nor’s office of volunteers, over-
seeing the youth and collegiate af-
fairs in that department.
He chose to defer going to a
four-year university for the time
being, he said, but has almost 25
credits at Burlington Community
College.
“I really think there should be
some fresh perspective on the
board of education, someone
with a different background,” he
said.
The election will either be held
in April or November, depending
on what the board decides later
this month. Gov. Christie recently
signed a bill permitting munici-
palities to move school elections
from April to the general Novem-
ber election.
There are three seats up for
this election, each for three years.
Incumbents William Van Fossen
III, Linda Alexandroff, and
David Weinstein will see their
seats expire. Petitions to run in
the election are due by Monday,
Feb. 27.
PUGH
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needs fresh perspective
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By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
The 2012 Moorestown Town-
ship Fire District election will be
held on Saturday, Feb. 18, at the
Emergency Services Building
(Hose Co. No. 1) at 261 W. Main St.
The polls are open from 2 to 9
p.m., according to fire district rep-
resentatives. Entrance to the
polling place is through the rear
of the building by the entrance
driveway.
Voters will be asked to approve
the 2012 budget and fill one open
seat on the fire district commis-
sion.
Two candidates seek member-
ship for a single, three-year term
on the board of fire commission-
ers. The candidates are incum-
bent board chairman Karl A.
Shelley and Bradley J. Kenney.
Voters will decide the fate of
the 2012 budget, which totals a lit-
tle more than $1.77 million, al-
most a $30,000 increase over the
2011 budget. Despite the increase,
the budget’s tax rate will remain
flat at .049 cents per every $100 of
assessed property value, the same
as the 2011 rate.
Homeowners in the township
with an average assessed home of
$529,800 will pay $259 in fire taxes
for 2012 if the budget is approved.
This rate includes debt service
for a building improvement au-
thorization approved by the vot-
ers on Dec. 28, 2002, according to
fire district administrator Chris
Chesner. Also, the rate includes
debt service for the purchase of
three pieces of fire apparatus ap-
proved by voters on Sept. 20, 2003.
On the ballot will also be an ad-
ditional question, to approve the
replacement of a new brush unit
in 2013. The amount of this pur-
chase won’t exceed $100,000.
Vote by mail ballot applications
are available at the Burlington
County Clerk’s Office, which can
be reached by calling (609) 265-
5122 or on the Moorestown Dis-
trict No. 1’s website at
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Enjoy an evening of live music,
desserts and coffee at
Moorestown High School’s Café
Night. This annual tradition
showcases the school’s talented
instrumental students in solo and
small-ensemble performances.
The music covers a range of clas-
sical, jazz and popular tunes to
entertain a wide audience.
Informal seating at tables al-
lows you to visit with neighbors
and make new friends, while en-
joying homemade desserts and
coffee served by students. A silent
auction will also add to the festiv-
ities.
Proceeds are used to purchase
instruments and equipment for
Moorestown High School’s bands,
orchestras and jazz ensembles, as
well as to provide scholarships
for graduating seniors who show
outstanding dedication to music.
Please support the schools’ mu-
sical programs by attending.
Café Night will be held on Fri-
day, Feb. 24, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the
Moorestown High School band
room. Ticket are $18 for adults
and $15 for students and senior
citizens. The show usually sells
out, so reserve in advance by
email at djdowiak@comcast.net.
4 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — FEBRUARY 8-14, 2012
Free shredding event
Feb. 25 at Westampton
recycling center
A free shredding and recycling
event will be held in the township
on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the Robert Shinn Recy-
cling Center, 130 Hancock Lane,
Westampton.
Bring your confidential docu-
ments – such as bank statements,
tax returns and papers with ac-
count numbers on them – to be
destroyed at the event. No junk
mail, circular catalogues or mag-
azines will be accepted.
Limit up to four bags or boxes
of documents per family at the
event. Please do not bring non-
confidential documents to the
event.
Electronic waste materials –
such as old televisions or comput-
ers – will also be accepted for re-
cycling. No microwaves please.
Staff will unload your car.
For inclement weather cancel-
lation information, call (609) 267-
6889.
For more recycling informa-
tion, call (609) 499-1001 or email
recycle@co.burlington.nj.us.
No businesses please.
Resident identification re-
quired.
Council meetings will
discuss budget on
Feb. 9, 16, 23
The Moorestown Township
Council will be holding several
special meetings to discuss the
township budget.
The first will be on Thursday,
Feb. 9, at 8 a.m., at the town hall
conference room at 2 Executive
Drive, Suite 9A.
The second will be on Thurs-
day, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m., at the
William Allen Middle School’s
media center at 801 N. Stanwick
Road.
The final meeting will be on
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FEBRUARY 8-14, 2012 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN 5
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Thursday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m., at the
William Allen Middle School’s
media center at 801 N. Stanwick
Road.
Grounds for Good plans
live Irish music on
March 2
Get into the spirit of St.
Patrick’s Day a little early at
Grounds for Good!
Come out Friday, March 2 to
the First United Methodist
Church, 446 Camden Ave., for live
Irish music performed by the
church’s very own Irish Band.
Enjoy an assortment of Irish
toe-tappin’ and sing-along fa-
vorites, an art display featuring
works by local artist Robert Li-
partito, free coffee, tea and hot
chocolate – and yummy home-
made treats for sale.
This a free event, and all pro-
ceeds and donations will benefit
the ARC of Burlington County, a
not-for-profit organization com-
mitted to helping improve the
quality of life for children and
adults with mental retardation
and other developmental disabili-
ties, as well as their families.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and
music kicks off around 8 p.m.
Free childcare is available from 8
to 9:30 p.m. For more information,
call (856) 235-0450 or visit
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Continued from page 4
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in our opinion
R
ecent news that Atlantic City
casinos had a better December
2011 than December 2010 is, of
course, good to hear. Given the city’s
long losing streak, any step in the
right direction, no matter the reason,
is cause to pat someone on the back.
But, a closer look at the numbers
shows that the city is not anywhere
close to being out of the woods.
The state Division of Gaming En-
forcement recently announced that
total casino win rose 4.2 percent last
December to $246.5 million. It was the
highest monthly percentage increase
since December 2006, officials said.
That’s great, except for the fact that,
first, in December 2010, Old Man Win-
ter already had settled in for what was
to be a brutal stay. Last December, the
weather was great. That, alone, proba-
bly helped the casinos quite a bit.
Oh, and the state also announced
that, for the year, casinos won $3.3 bil-
lion, which is down 6.9 percent from
2010.
But we really don’t feel like raining
on AC’s parade today. A win is a win is
a win, and we’ll take it.
And there are other reasons for
hope:
The Revel is set to open this sum-
mer. No doubt it will generate a fair
amount of buzz that will attract visi-
tors and create thousands of jobs.
And, John Palmieri is the new exec-
utive director of the Casino Reinvest-
ment Development Authority. He has a
history of success in helping commu-
nities expand. If he can get the city,
the casinos and the various other enti-
ties on board in marketing the city as
a destination point for tourists, some-
thing really good could happen.
The state also is looking into online
gambling, which actually could help
casinos in the long run.
Atlantic City still has a long, diffi-
cult road to recovery. But December’s
news was good, and there are other,
positive signs.
Maybe there’s hope for the city after
all.
Small win is better than a loss
At this point, Atlantic City will cling to any scrap of good news
AC notches a win
There are a few reasons why
December’s casino win numbers are
up. Not all point to a rapid recovery
for Atlantic City, but, at this point, a
win is a win.
Some 16 Moorestown Friends School
students attended the Ivy League Model
United Nations Conference in Philadelphia
from Jan. 26 to 29. Students competed
against more than 3,000 students from 102
schools from as far away as China, Brazil
and Lebanon. All 16 MFS delegates repre-
sented the nation of Japan.
Three MFS students received awards
during the conference. Senior and MFS
Model U.N. Co-President Doug Adair
(Moorestown) completed his Model U.N. ca-
reer securing “Best Delegate Award” on
the United Nations High Commission for
Refugees (UNHCR). He garnered a total of
six Model U.N. awards over the past four
years.
Junior and MFS Model U.N. Vice-Presi-
dent Joe Kiernan (Haddonfield) also re-
ceived the “Best Delegate Award” for his
work on the UNHCR, and sophomore
Dante Bucci (Marlton) received “Best Dele-
gate Award” representing Japan on the
United Nations International Strategy for
Disaster Relief.
In addition, Moorestown Friends School
was also honored with the “Best Small Del-
egation Award,” which affirms the hard
work and preparation the Model United
Nations students put into their position
paper writing, class simulations and per-
formance at the conferences they attend.
Other MFS delegates were juniors Ari
Levine (Cherry Hill), Eric Harkaway
(Moorestown), Chuchu Anayo (Mount Lau-
rel) and Alex Hines (Moorestown), sopho-
mores Peter Bader (Moorestown), Alicia
Hutchinson (Moorestown), Joe Mulholland
(Westmont), Josh Kirkpatrick (Mount Lau-
rel), C.J. Durkow (Sewell) and Evelyn
Feigeles (Westampton) and freshmen Matt
Scalamandre (Cherry Hill), Brian Pansius
(Riverton) and Jason Woloshin (Cherry
Hill). MFS Model U.N. Co-President Taylor
Hart-McGonigle (Lumberton), was not able
to attend the trip, but scheduled position
paper deadlines and made committee as-
signments.
Middle school/upper school history
teacher Joel Hager is the Model U.N. advis-
er.
Model UN Conference awards local students
Moorestown Friend School sophomore Dante Bucci of Marlton, junior Joe Kiernan,
MS/U.S. history teacher Joel Hager, and senior Doug Adair pose with their ‘Outstand-
ing Small Delegation’ award from the Ivy League Model United Nations Conference.
The conference was held in Philadelphia from Jan. 26 to 29. Students competed
against more than 3,000 students from 102 schools from as far away as China, Brazil,
and Lebanon.
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The following items can be
found on file with the
Moorestown Township Police De-
partment:
A resident reported to police
on Jan. 29 at 11:12 a.m. a theft of a
purse while attending a party on
the 100 block of East Main Street
on Jan. 28.
A resident of the 500 block of
Devon Road reported to police on
Jan. 30 at 2:35 p.m. a burglary
sometime between 11:30 a.m. and
2:15 p.m. The residents were not
at home at the time of the break-
in. Entry was gained through a
rear window after removing a
screen. Jewelry, a Kindle, and a
notebook computer were stolen.
Police want to make residents
aware of additional information
in regard to the burglary that oc-
curred on Jan. 30 in the 500 Block
of Devon Road. Police are looking
for a person of interest, who was
observed by a passing motorist,
knocking on the front door of the
victim’s residence in the time
frame of the burglary.
The person was described as a
white woman, in her 20s, with
golden-brown hair in a ponytail,
wearing gray sweatpants. Anyone
with information is asked to con-
tact the police department at (856)
914-3092.
A resident of the 300 block of
Evergreen Drive reported to po-
lice on Feb. 2 at 7:47 a.m., a burgla-
ry between 6:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m.
The resident, who was not home
when the burglary occurred, re-
ported jewelry and antique coins
were stolen. There were no signs
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WEDNESDAY
February 8
FOR ALL
Divorce Support Group: First Unit-
ed Methodist Church, Camden and
Pleasant Valley Ave. 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. Visit www.meetwithgod.com
or call 235-0450 for more informa-
tion.
Overeater’s 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, Ste 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 information.
Three-year-old story time:
Moorestown Library. 9:30 a.m. and
1:30 p.m. Call 234-0333 to register.
Open Space Committee meeting:
North Church Rec Center, 11 West
Second St. 7:30 p.m.
Tree Planting and Preservation Com-
mittee meeting: Star Center at
Moorestown High School 7 p.m.
THURSDAY
February 9
FOR ALL
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 115 West Main St. next to
Peter Pan. 6:30 p.m.
Budget meeting: Special budget-
ary meeting with the Moorestown
Township Council. 8 a.m. at the
town hall conference room at 2
Executive Drive, Suite 9A.
FOR KIDS
Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Moorestown Library. 9:30, 11 a.m.
and 1 p.m. Call 234-0333 to register.
Canine story time: Moorestown
Library. 7 to 8 p.m. Call 234-0333
to register.
FRIDAY
February 10
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 information.
SUNDAY
February 12
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
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop:
Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1 to 4 p.m.
For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
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.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Library: Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1
to 4 p.m. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
MONDAY
February 13
FOR ALL
Overeater’s Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 7:30 p.m. Call (609)
239-0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
Council meeting: Regularly sched-
uled Moorestown Township Council
meeting. Monday, Feb. 13 at 7:30
p.m. William Allen Middle School
media room. 803 N. Stanwick Road.
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
February 14
FOR ALL
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 ext. 3026 for information.
Men’s Senior Citizen Club: New
Albany Recreation. Center 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Call 866-9155 for information.
FOR KIDS
Kindergarten story time:
Moorestown Library. 9:30a.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 information.
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light.”
Currently, Sell serves as treas-
urer of the board of directors for
the Interfaith Hospitality Net-
work. An active member of the
Moorestown Rotary Lunch Club
since 1984, he has previously
served as president and treasurer.
As well as his volunteerism
with local organizations, he also
helps inner city youth learn the
fine art of wooden boat building.
Established a few years ago, Sell
said several representatives ap-
proached him to help start the or-
ganization because of his experi-
ence in building boats.
“Three years ago, a mutual
friend of ours invited me to par-
ticipate and start the program. At
that point, I had built several
boats on my own. That’s why they
called me. I was the only person
they knew with experience,” Sell
said. “I told them that I’d love to
do that … I’d love to build more
boats. One thing led to another
and we made several boats, ca-
noes, kayaks, rowboats and sail-
boats.”
The group has about 100 mem-
bers and is looking to expand, he
said.
He remembers his father-in-
law pushing him to become more
involved when he was a newly-
wed at 21.
“Honestly, the beginning of an
awareness of needs beyond my-
self was when my father-in-law
introduced me to Rotary. I was
married at 21, so somewhere
around that timeframe, he was al-
ways quick to say ‘yes’ to help
people out. One thing led to an-
other, I became exposed to Rotary,
and then men’s Bible study,” he
said. “Once you take that first
step, you realize that it didn’t kill
me, so you want to try another
and another. At this point, I still
enjoy service, but I get as much of
satisfaction, or even more so, to
help facilitate others to take that
first step.”
People kept coming up to him
throughout the award ceremony
and asking him if he really
“knew everyone here.”
“I kind of do know all of them
in some way. It’s cool,” he said. “I
firmly believe that God has called
us all to serve those around us
who are less fortunate. It’s His
call, I’ve answered it, and it’s my
pleasure.”
Sell is a self-employed certified-
public accountant with an office
on North Church Street in
Moorestown.
Since 1954, the Moorestown
Service Club Council has been
making the Citizen of the Year
Award to honor a Moorestown cit-
izen who has significantly con-
tributed to the quality of life of
the community and its citizens
through varied community serv-
ice activities.
The Moorestown Service Club
Council chooses the Citizen of
the Year recipient based on nomi-
nations made by Moorestown citi-
zens.
For more information on the
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Cell: 609.315.8067
101 Augusta Drive, Moorestown $749,999
Located in Laurel Creek Country Club. Entryway invites you to 2 stry entry.
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Just under an acre & “in-town” location--walk to Main St, schools & fields. Lndscpd garden,
4 br, 3 full bas & 1/2 ba home ensures room for all. Custom details-3 f/ps, built-ins, 1st flr mstr
option, FR w/ cath ceil & sauna. Spacious 2nd floor addition. Sliding doors lead to deck over-
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Fenced in-yard w/ brick patio & potting shed. Storage in bsmnt. Call Joan Delaney at 266-0588.
104 Ashley Ct, Moorestown $1,950,000
This luxurious mini Estate sits on private & beautiful 2.65 acres within walking distance to
Moorestown High School & Middle School. Offering extensive addition, fireplaces, bal-
cony's, exercise room, huge gourmet kitchen w/ radiant heat, inground pool w/ lap pool,
cabana, pool house, finished basement w/ wine cellar & barn. Magnificent home on a mag-
nificent piece of property. For more information Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
211 N Colonial Ridge, Moorestown $425,000
Excellent value! 3 beds, 2 full baths, Maines brick Cape Cod is 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. Fin bsmnt provides wonderful space for Home
Office or Playroom. Paver patio & 1 car gar. Go to: www.211NColonialRidge.com.
786 Garwood Rd, Moorestown $949,900
Executive dream home sitting on 2 acres offering 4 large brs, each w/ private bath, base-
ment finished w/ Owens-Corning basement finishing system, walk out basement, pool,
hardwood flrs t/o, coffered ceiling in family room, 9 ft ceiling both 1st & 2nd floor, MBR
w/ sitting room, 3 car gar, gourmet kit w/ granite, large island & ss apps. For more infor-
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751 Riverton Road, Moorestown $1,750,000
"The Collins Estate"--Georgian Colonial--5 or 6 brs 5.5 baths. Fully renovated t/o &on 3.39 acres. All
baths remodeled, Newkit by "Apple" &Craig Lord. Top of the line apps, granite, Tedd cabinetry, new
bamboo flrs. 1500 sq.ft 2 story addition w/ coffered ceiling, 2nd flr theater w/ tiered seating. 3 f/ps,
Ramsey Built-ins., 5 zone ht &AC, Garage Tek 3 bay garage, 3rd flr walk up attic w/ wndws &par-
tially fin bsmnt. Potential AuPair Suite w/ private entrance. Go to: www.751RivertonRoad.com.
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5607 Adelaide Dr, Mt. Laurel $145,000
Shop Around! Lowest Priced Villa in The
Renaissance Club (55+). 2BR, 2BA with vaulted ceilings, sky
lights, garden room, open floor plan. Freshly painted and new
carpeting throughout. Enjoy all the fun this great community
has to offer.
Peach Button
Sales Associate
Direct: 856-642-8727
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Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
747 Golf View, Moorestown $995,000
5 br, 4.5 home nestled on an acre located on a desirable street. Mstr BR on 1st flr; or on 2nd?
5 spacious brs, (2 on 1st flr, 3 on 2nd flr) provides plenty of versatility. Renovated eat-in kit fea-
turing 5 burner Wolf range, granite, farmhouse sink & breakfast room opens to spacious brick
& bluestone terrace w/ builtin BBQ. Great room has wall of windows overlooking green lawn.
Spacious DR & welcoming LR w/ f/p featuring marble surround. 2 car gar, bsmnt & newer roof.
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
3 Kendles Run Rd, Moorestown $549,900
Nestled on a private wooded acre, this immaculate Maines built home offers 4 very
generous bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Newer roof and windows, hardwood floors
throughout, 3 renovated baths, spacious family room with F/P, first floor study, large
eat-in kitchen overlooks park like yard, and a large patio to to entertain or watch the
seasons go by! For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
107 Lippincott Ave, Riverton $399,900
Appreciate this lovely 4 bedroom home on an estate like setting just a
block from the riverbank in beautiful Riverton! Sitting on almost 1 acre
offering hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, newer heat, sleeping porch, large
rooms, and 100 years of history. Enjoy all that this home and town has
to offer! Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
207 Stephen Dr, Cinnaminson $249,999
Vacation at home in this 3 bedroom 2 bath home with heated Sylvan pool! Offer
beautiful cherry kitchen with newer appliance package, brick patio, newer roof
and windows, 2 zone A/C, detached garage and shed, hardwood floors, 3 season
room, den, and family room featuring a brick fireplace. A must see with so much
to offer. for more information contact Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
8 Leeds Rd, Moorestown $2,059,000
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.
1 Armstrong Dr, Moorestown $749,900
Exceptional Estate Home in the lovely neighborhood of Meadowview. 4 bedrooms,
3.5 baths, plus an additional full bath in the outdoor cabana. Master bedroom with
sitting rm and double sided fireplace, finished basement, incredible outdoor space
with pool, cabana, Viking grill and burners, ice machine, granite inside and out.
Beautiful! For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
Ashley Ct, Moorestown $499,900
Build your dream home in the wonderful neighborhood
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not come around very often. Public water and sewer.
Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
2 Cobblestone Ct, 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 blue-
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4 Kendles Run, Moorestown $799,900
Exceptional Maines built home offering 5 bedrooms, 4 full, and 2 half baths. 4 fireplaces,
hardwood floors, huge 2nd floor master suite and dining room additions, first floor bed-
room with full bath and sitting room, family room addition with brick floor and lovely large
sun room overlooking beautiful 1 acre property with 2 ponds and waterfall. This is a must
see home. For additional information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
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859 Edge Park Dr, Haddonfield $399,999
Charming 3 bedroom 3 full bath brick ranch home with walk-
out basement. Beautiful location and wonderful charming
neighborhood. New kitchen, hardwood floors, freshly paint-
ed, 1 car garage. For more information call Joan DeLaney
direct at 856-266-0588.
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
236 S Church, Moorestown $315,000
The charm of days gone by but with all the modern amenities you hope for. Sit on the front
porch & 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 & abundant character.
This home is move in ready. Location, price & charm… a perfect combination!
3 Sheffield Ln, Mt Laurel $389,000
Meticulously cared for and renovated large 4 bedroom 2.5 bath
home in Mt Laurel. New kitchen, roof, windows, baths, flooring…
the list goes on and on. Make you appointment today to see this
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direct at 856-266-0588.
Ashley Ct, Moorestown $599,000
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
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703 Thomas Ave, Riverton $274,900
Historic Riveton and all it's Charm! Circa 1890's home with all the character but totally
updated for today's lifestyle. Offering new 50 year roof, cooper gutters, completely
rewired, chestnut woodwork, hardwood floors, granite, 4 bedrooms, beautifully finished
3rd floor, and a 1 car garage. Great price on a beautiful home. You won't be disappoint-
ed. For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
18 Paddock, Cinnaminson $649,900
5 brs, 2.5 bas. "Cornerstone" Kit, Limestone Counters, 6 burner Dacor stove, Dacor double
ovens, Subzero, Asco d/w, Butlers pantry w/ d/w, wine cooler & icemaker. Library w/ Cherry
Built-Ins, LR has 2 Gas f/ps that opens to sunroom w/ coffered ceiling & walls of windows.
Mstr en-Suite has walk-in closet, gas f/p & renovated ba. 4 other brs, 1 br/office w/ f/p & cus-
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Richard J. Eberly
January 27, 2012
Dr. Richard J. Eberly, 82, died
on Jan. 27, 2012.
Son of Luke and Alberta Eber-
ly of Riverton and Palmyra
(home of Eberly’s Drug Store),
Richard was a graduate of
Palmyra High School in 1947,
Haverford College in 1951 and Co-
lumbia University College of
Physicians and Surgeons in 1955.
After completing his intern-
ship at Cooper Hospital and resi-
dency at Pennsylvania Hospital,
he served as a captain at Bethesda
Naval Hospital, after which he
joined Moorestown Internal Med-
icine and worked at Zurbrugg
Hospital for 30 years (1961 to
1991).
He was also a member and
president of the Moorestown
School Board and was a
member of the Pine Valley Golf
Club. From 1991 to 1997, Richard
was assistant chief of staff at
the VA Hospital in Fayetteville,
N.C.
He is survived by his wife,
Cindy DiLullo, of Foxfire Village,
N.C.; stepson Ken; his sister, Mary
E. Cooper, of Moorestown; his
daughter, Cynthia Allen; and two
grandchildren, Gabe and Emma,
of Moorestown.
In lieu of flowers, a donation
may be made in his name to the
Alzheimer’s Association, 3 Eves
Drive No. 310, Marlton 08053.
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6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Shops at
Borders, Route 73 South in Marl-
ton. The free event is open to the
community.
Everyone in attendance will re-
ceive up to $50 in Jay Roberts
cash to use toward their purchase
that night. There will be cocktails
and hors d’oeuvres, discounts,
prizes, a free drawing, and a raffle
during the evening.
Jay Roberts Jewelers selection
includes Breitling, Cartier,
Chopard, Gucci, Michele Watch-
es, David Yurman and more.
Proceeds from the event will
help support programs of the
Katz JCC, including those for
children, older adults and indi-
viduals with special needs.
To RSVP or for more informa-
tion, contact Nancy at
ntrout@jfedsnj.org or (856) 424-
4444, ext. 1267.
Individuals unable to attend
the event can visit the store dur-
ing the week of Feb. 5 through 11
to support the JCC and receive
discounts.
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Delightful Dining raffle tickets on sale
The Hospice of Moorestown
VNA provides free bereavement
support groups to grieving resi-
dents of Burlington, Camden and
Gloucester counties. Groups meet
in a private, comfortable setting
and offer support for children,
adults with the loss of a parent,
spouse or family member and
new this year, a group that specif-
ically addresses the needs of gay
and lesbian adults.
The groups are open to anyone
seeking support and understand-
ing, sharing with others and heal-
ing and growth following the loss
of a loved one.
Each year, Moorestown Visit-
ing Nurses and Hospice offers
Camp Firefly to grieving children
ages 7 to 14. The free camp
provides intensive support and a
chance to meet and bond
with peers who share a similar
loss.
Grief is a natural response to
loss and can bring many chal-
lenges. Meeting and connecting
with others who share the feel-
ings that come with the loss of a
loved one can bring healing and
growth. The Hospice of
Moorestown VNA is dedicated to
helping those in the community
who have experienced loss.
To learn more, call (856) 552-
1300, visit www.moorestownvna.
org or email services@moores
townvna.org.
Free bereavement support through
Hospice of Moorestown VNA
This year, Samaritan Health-
care and Hospice will once again
offer the Year of Delightful Din-
ing Raffle. Each ticket costs $5
and one winner will receive 12
gift certificates – one for each
month, valued at $200 each – to
some of the area’s best restau-
rants.
This year’s restaurants in-
clude: Amada, Brio, Caffe Aldo
Lamberti, Café Madison, Cuba
Libre, Luke Palladino’s at Har-
rah’s Atlantic City, McCormick
and Schmicks, Ponzio’s, Seasons
52, Stephen Starr Restaurants,
Villagio Italian Restaurant and
Wolfgang Puck.
The winner will be announced
at the Samaritan Healthcare and
Hospice Celebration of Life Gala
on Feb. 25, at The Westin Mount
Laurel.
Proceeds from raffle tickets
and the Gala benefit those Samar-
itan Healthcare and Hospice pro-
grams and services that receive
no reimbursement by Medicare,
Medicaid or private insurance.
They also help care for patients
who don’t have insurance.
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information on attending or spon-
soring the gala, call Julie Weitz-
man at (856) 552-3239.
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Freeholder Mary Ann O’Brien
unveiled the shelter’s “Free Pets
for Vets” program, through
which all county veterans may
adopt a dog or cat free of charge.
“It is well known that compan-
ion animals can help to reduce
stress, depression and anxiety,”
O’Brien said. “What we’re doing
is reducing the barriers for adopt-
ing animals for those who, we be-
lieve, will truly appreciate the
companionship.”
The typical cost of adopting
from the shelter runs anywhere
from $45 to $100, depending on
whether it’s a cat or dog, and the
age of the animal. All animals are
neutered or spayed before being
adopted out.
Veterans interested in adopt-
ing will need to fill out an applica-
tion form and show a copy of
their DD-214 or County Veteran
ID Card. The typical waiting peri-
od runs anywhere from one to
seven days, depending upon the
animal.
“All county residents in the
market for a pet should consider
the shelter,” O’Brien said. “Visi-
tors are welcome to walk through
the kennels, and acquaint them-
selves with our ‘occupants’ who
are looking for new homes.”
The shelter is located on Pio-
neer Boulevard in the county’s
Westampton complex, off Wood-
lane Road. It has hours every
day but Sundays and holidays.
The phone number is (609) 265-
5073.
Information about the shelter
and photos and data on pets avail-
able for adoption can be found on
the county’s website at
www.co.burlington.nj.us, by click-
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MOORESTOWN Meticulously maintained 4 br, 2.5 ba Williamsburg Colonial on in-town cul de
sac street. Formal living room w/hardwood floors, double sided fireplace .Large country kitchen
offers eating area, f/p, & sliders to patio. Master bedroom includes hardwood floors, ensuite bath-
room. A full finished bsmnt w/game room & den, plus in- ground sprinkler system & mature land-
scaping complete this home. Walk to Roberts Elementary School! Wonderful price: at $469,000!
MOORESTOWN A Perfect 10! Feels like a model home,
this Cornell model in "the Hunt" offers 4 bedroom, 2.5
bathrooms, a vaulted foyer, gorgeous muted palette
throughout, family room with vaulted ceiling, fireplace,
and back stairway; MBR Suite with w20` walk-in closet,
Master Bath with Jacuzzi tub, stall shower, finished lower
level, Three car garage, beautifully landscaped. with con-
toured paver patio with pond at back, huge Open Space
area across street. $669,000.
202 W. Main St., Moorestown, NJ 08057
(856) 235-1950
MOORESTOWN 4 br, 2.5 ba split level w/plenty of room. Includes large treed lot, plus screened
porch overlooking in-grd pool, spa, & extensive brick patio. Renovated E.I. KIT w/break bar, plus
2 beautifully renov. 2nd level bas. Lower level includes a 31` FR w/fp, a gorgeous ba plus addi-
tional br. Huge master offers sitting room & huge walk-in closet. The turned 2 car garage & fenced
yard, great neighborhood, & Moorestown schools make this your next home! NOW $484,950
Susan Dannheim, ABR, CRS
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MOORESTOWN Exquisite 4 br, 3 ba custom contemp nestled in your own nature preserve!
29' fam rm w/win wall overlooking in-grd pool & lush vegetation. Euro-style kit opens to adj 24'
solarium w/views of pool/gazebo. Unique main br suite offers skylights/sliders to owner deck. 25
x 23 possible In-Law suite w/balcony views of pool. 3800 sq. ft. home includes a spacious media
room, stud & dr. 2-car garage & mature trees round out this exceptional opportunity. $525,000.
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MOORESTOWN Built as a Carriage House in 1858 & converted to living space in 1954,signifi-
cantly improved in 2009. Major improvements include a new great room addition w/heated floors,
powder room,& a 4-zone state-of-the-art heating plant. The updated kitchen offers cherry cabi-
nets, Bosch appli, & S/S Sub-Zero fridge, plus an adj break room w/fp. Original features include
selected barn siding & hardware. $679,000.
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Bigger inside than it looks from the outside
4 BR, 2 full baths, Moorestown • $279,900
www.DonnaRHomes.com/5924699
Just like a new home with updated kitchen and baths!
4 BR, 2.5 BA, Cinnaminson • $399,000
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Expanded Bradford 4 BR, 3 Full/2 partial BAs
Moorestown • $829,900
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4 bedrooms, 5 Full/2 partial baths
Moorestown • $850,000
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An outstanding home at an amazing price!
3 BR, 1.5 BA, Moorestown • $274,900
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RE/MAX Main St. ReaIty
236 West Route 38, Suite 110
Moorestown, NJ 08057
Picture Perfect in every way
4 BR, 2.5 BA, Medford • $425,000
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MOORESTOWN
THIS DUPLEX HAS IT ALL
One side renovated with garden
room, new kitchen with granite
and slate, stainless appliances plus
new baths and secret garden off
deck. Other side freshly painted
with hardwood flooring and
separate utilities. Deep yards.
$499,900
MOORESTOWN
COUNTRIFIED
This special home, nestled on
over 2.5 acres, has been trans-
formed including a two story
addition showcasing a chef`s
kitchen and fantastic master
suite complete with a fireplace
and vaulted ceiling.
$567,900
H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
MOORESTOWN
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Wonderful neighborhood, terrific
value and close to Strawbridge
Lake, Perkins Center for the
Arts and Moorestown schools.
This 3 bedroom ranch home
features a side entry 2-car garage,
hardwood floors and newer roof.
$284,500
CINNAMINSON
OLD HOME LOVERS AND INVESTORS
This estate home, built in 1910,
is sited on almost 3 acres with
the probability of 3 additional
building lots. Enjoy 5 fireplaces,
exquisite millwork, magnificent
staircase and guest house
with separate utilities.
$749,000
HAINESPORT
OPEN AND BRIGHT
Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath home
in the Glen at Masons Creek offers
one floor living with amenities
such as a spacious master
bedroom, an eat-in kitchen,
a family room with vaulted ceiling
and newer windows.
$275,000
MOORESTOWN
DESIRABLE LOCATION
Sweeping pond views enhance
this spacious end unit in
prestigious Windrow Clusters.
Features include a first or second
floor master suite, sunken living
room with handsome fireplace
and formal dining room.
$625,000
MOORESTOWN
SUBTLE ELEGANCE
This newer Maines built,
5 bedroom home bespeaks a tradi-
tion of time honored craftsmanship
and impeccable attention to detail.
Features include oak floors,
two staircases, WoodMode kitchen
and walk-up third level.
$1,399,000
MOORESTOWN
SMALL TOWN CHARMER
Lose your heart to this home on
a wonderful cul-de-sac close to
town center. Built in 1928 with
a more recent family room and
master bedroom addition, this
home features hardwoods, sun
porch and detached garage.
$407,000
HAINESPORT
SPACE GALORE
Sited at the end of a cul-de-sac is
this spacious 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath
home. Features include a 2-story
foyer, rear stairs, study, vaulted
ceiling family room, master
bedroom with sitting room
and walk-out basement.
$599,000
MOORESTOWN
A HOME WITH HISTORY
Step back in time and discover
this unspoiled Victorian sited on
over one acre with gardens and
carriage house. The stately interior
is enhanced with period details,
original millwork and doors plus
a newer kitchen.
$1,190,000
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MOORESTOWN
PICTURE PERFECT COLONIAL
Impeccably maintained 4 bedroom,
2.5 bath home in desirable Roberts
Park featuring hardwood floors,
fireplace in living room and
breakfast room, 2nd floor study
with skylights, back staircase,
porch and patio.
$475,000
MOORESTOWN
DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH
This 2 bedroom, 2 bath ranch has
a great location on a lovely side
street. Well-maintained but needs
some TLC. Finished attic,
2 porches and 2-car garage.
New roof in 2004, new gutters
and downspouts in 2011.
$309,900
H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
MOORESTOWN
YOUR OWN OASIS
This classic stone center hall
colonial offers incredible views of
the golf course, tennis court and
heated pool. The renovated
kitchen, library and huge
finished third floor complement
this grand home.
$1,475,000
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
maintained Colonial home with
5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
$599,000
MT. LAUREL
GOLF COURSE LOCATION
This 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath
townhome offers large rooms, eat-
in kitchen, fireplace, 1 car garage,
lovely brick patio and views of the
golf course. Close to major high-
ways and convenient shopping.
No HOA fees!
$219,900
MOORESTOWN
CENTER TOWN LOCATION
Immaculate Valley Stream
3/4 bedroom home with fully
finished lower level. This home
features an open floor plan and
new kitchen with atrium window.
Beautiful fenced yard with brick
patio for entertaining.
$348,900
MOORESTOWN
IN-TOWN LIVING
Great location for this 3 bedroom
home close to town center.
There is plenty of space including
a full basement, a finished attic
with 2 bonus rooms and a large
backyard. Needs some TLC, bring
your imagination.
$150,000
MOORESTOWN
ARCHITECTURALLY SIGNIFICANT
Historically detailed, this Victorian
home built in 1865 is enriched
with exquisite details-7 fireplaces,
walnut millwork and plaster
mouldings. A fireplace with an
Eastlake mantel and Mercer
tile graces the parlor.
$749,000
MOORESTOWN
CARRIAGE HOME
Prestigious Laurel Creek end-unit
with 2-car garage. Custom kitchen
with green house addition,
hardwood floors on 1st and 2nd
floor, Master suite with study.
Professionally finished basement
offers a huge entertainment area.
$379,900
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