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Healthy Kids Day
YMCA hosts day for kids
to play and learn. PAGE 8
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Adopted
budget
below
tax cap
By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Mt. Laurel Sun
The 2012 municipal budget
was adopted in Mt. Laurel at
the Monday, April 16, council
meeting.
According to township man-
ager Maureen Mitchell, “The
local purpose tax rate would
rise 1.9 cents for every $100 of
assessed property value, from
less than 54 cents to about 55
cents.”
The state mandates munici-
pal budgets to stay under the
two-percent cap.
A home assessed at the
township average of $142,100
can expect to pay an extra
$27.68 annually for municipal
services, she said, for a total
property tax payment of
around $6,179.
“We only keep $789 of it,”
she said, as the rest is allocat-
ed to the county, local schools
and Lenape Regional School
District.
The total budget this year is
$35,460.723.17, Mitchell said.
“The adopted budget is
nearly $1 million less than the
2011 budget and is below the
municipal spending cap,” she
said.
State aid is down to 8 per-
cent in 2012, she said.
KATHLEEN DUFFY/The Mt. Laurel Sun
Alyssa Satin Capucilli is published internationally by HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster. She visited Fleetwood School in Mt. Laurel on
Tuesday, April 17. She taught the youngsters about the publishing process and read a few of her stories.
Author visits elementary school
By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Mt. Laurel Sun
Author Alyssa Satin Capucilli
travels far and wide to promote
reading and writing.
She drove from her home in
Westchester, N.Y., to visit students
at Mt. Laurel’s Fleetwood School
on Tuesday, April 17.
The farthest she has ever trav-
eled as an author, she said, was to
the American Embassy School in
New Delhi, India.
Capucilli, whose books are
published by HarperCollins and
Simon & Schuster, encouraged
students, separated into three as-
semblies based on grade level, to
use their imaginations during 45
minute-long presentations.
School librarian Tiffany An-
drayo said the PTO (Parent
Teacher Organization) works
hard each year to ensure a differ-
ent author can visit the elemen-
tary school.
There are 360 students in the
school, she said.
The kids are great readers and
writers, Andrayo explained, so
“for them, this is like a rock star
coming to visit.”
For a couple of weeks prior to
Capucilli’s visit, students learned
about her books, she said.
At the first assembly, the
kindergarten, first- and second-
grade students were mesmerized
by Capucilli and her books.
The star of many of her books,
Biscuit the yellow dog, is now a
16-year-old teenager, Capucilli
said.
In the books, he says, “Woof !
Woof !”
“Use your imagination,” said
Capucilli to the students. “What
is he trying to say?”
Capucilli has had close to 100
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The Knights of Columbus will
be sponsoring its annual spring
flower sale on May 12 and 13 at St.
John Neumann Church, 560 Wal-
ton Ave., Mt. Laurel. A wide vari-
ety of 10-foot hanging baskets will
be available for $12 each.
All proceeds benefit local char-
ities.
To preorder and get more infor-
mation, please contact Joe Stein-
hagen at (856) 234-1089 or Jim
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Elementary school art
show on April 25
The Larchmont Elementary
School Art Show, a school-wide
event, will occur on Wednesday,
April 25, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The
night will celebrate students’
growth as artists from preschool
to fourth-grade, building skills in
drawing, painting, sculpture,
crafts and design.
Artwork will be hung through-
out the school.
Student demonstrators will be
working from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served in
the First Edition Café.
There will be live music.
Bergbauer spends
spring break in Ecuador
Samantha Bergbauer, a resi-
dent of Mt. Laurel and a member
of the class of 2012 at Providence
College, in Providence, R.I., re-
cently spent a week working in
Ecuador as part of the college's
Feinstein Academic Institute's Al-
ternative Spring Break 2012 pro-
gram.
Bergbauer was among nearly
60 PC students who volunteered
to spend their spring break to
work in four different locations
around the world. Two courses
taught at the college allowed 17
students to travel to Quito,
Ecuador.
The courses are The Global
Community Lens, taught by Dr.
Nicholas V. Longo, associate pro-
fessor of public and community
service studies and director of
the Global Studies Program, and
Eric E. Sung, assistant professor
of photography; and Peace and
Justice, taught by Dr. Jeffrey D.
Pugh, assistant professor of polit-
ical science.
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Casino Night on April 28
Come out to Casino Night at
Adath Emanu-El, 205 Elbo Lane,
Mt. Laurel on Saturday, April 28
at 7:30 p.m.
There will be a Texas Hold ‘Em
tournament and a Mah Jongg
tournament. Table games such as
black jack and roulette can also
be played. There will be prizes
and raffles.
All are welcome to attend.
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Adath Emanu-El at (856) 608-1200
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work presents “What Employers
Must Know About Facebook and
Other Social Media.” The May 10
meeting will be presented by
Laura DeScioli, Esq., at Ramble-
wood Country Club, 200 Country
Club Parkway, Mt. Laurel at 6
p.m.
The legal landscape regarding
Facebook and other social media
in the workplace is evolving al-
most as fast as the technology it-
self.
Recent court and administra-
tive decisions have both clarified
and confused what employers can
and can’t do in the social media
arena.
This presentation will provide
the latest updates regarding how
these communication media are
impacted by privacy laws, harass-
ment laws, and even laws tradi-
tionally used to protect union em-
ployees.
Further, the presentation will
advise employers on how best to
manage and respond to employee
use of social media.
Facebook presentation for employers in May
Armed Services Ceremony on May 14
The Lenape Regional High
School District will roll out the
red carpet on May 14 when its
hosts the third annual Armed
Services Awards Ceremony at
Lenape High School’s auditori-
um.
The event will honor district
students who are entering the
military or military academy,
alumni and district employees
serving in the Armed Forces as
well as military veterans.
In addition, this year’s ceremo-
ny will pay tribute for the first
time to parents of students who
are actively serving or who
are veterans of the Armed Servic-
es.
To be recognized, all eligible
students, employees, alumni and
parents are asked to register at
www.lrhsd.org/armed_services_s
ignup and complete the electronic
form or to contact Keen Coleman
at (609) 268-2000, ext. 5521, or via
email at kcoleman@lrhsd.org.
Students can also be recognized
by notifying their guidance coun-
selors.
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“The state has changed the way
in which they fund local govern-
ments and has taken away
CMPTRA (Consolidated Munici-
pal Property Tax Relief Act)
based on any increase in Energy
Receipts Taxes,” said Mitchell.
Mitchell said layoffs are not
currently being considered, but
there has been some municipal
staff reorganization.
Salaries and wages comprise
$11,069,406 of the operating budg-
et, which is $267,426 less than last
year, she said.
The township does not plan to
reduce municipal services or pro-
grams either, she said.
“Although nothing new has
been included in the preliminary
financial plan, a tax increase is
necessary to cover a reduction in
available revenues and the losses
due to the high number of tax ap-
peals,” she said.
Revaluations potentially
beginning soon
If all goes according to plan, a
firm hired by the township will
be inspecting homes for a manda-
tory revaluation process by May
15, said Mitchell.
“A firm (Professional Property
Appraisers) was hired to perform
this revaluation and they will
visit every property within the
township to determine what the
market value is currently,” she
said. “This does not raise any ad-
ditional review – it just redistrib-
utes the cost based on the cur-
rent-market value of a property.”
Meanwhile, an ordinance was
adopted on second reading at the
meeting to authorize a special
emergency appropriation for the
revaluation to spread the cost
over five years rather than budg-
eting the entire cost into one year,
Mitchell said.
“Historically one-third of the
properties will increase, one-
third will decrease and one-third
will stay the same,” she said.
The timeline of the contract
needs to be approved by the state,
she said, or they will send their
own timeline to the township.
“Once the state approves the
contract with the reval firm, field
work will commence, she said.
The revaluation does not affect
the budget this year, she said.
Beauty Fair 2012
Councilman Christopher
Smith announced the township is
hosting a beauty fair on Monday,
April 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The $2 admission fee will bene-
fit the Mount Laurel Municipal
Alliance, he said.
About 19 salons confirmed at-
tendance as of April 16.
“It’s a great opportunity to see
what’s hip and new” before prom
season, he said.
The fair will take place at the
community center at 100 Mount
Laurel Road.
Register online with the recre-
ation department by emailing a
full name and phone number for
each participant to
recreation@mountlaurel.com.
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Township revaluations
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Lenape High School will hold
its second annual Kevin Todd Me-
morial AIDS Walk on May 5. All
proceeds will benefit the Spirit of
the Holidays organization, which
serves families in South Jersey
impacted by HIV/AIDS. Come
out for a fun day and support a
fantastic cause.
In addition to the 2.5-mile walk,
there will be incredible raffle
items, a DJ, food, games and even
a dunk tank with teachers and ad-
ministrators. Registration is $20
and includes walk participation,
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in our opinion
A
nyone who doubted the need
for New Jersey to enact
tougher laws against bullying
should read the story of Sawyer
Rosenstein. The Associated Press re-
ported last week that his family had
settled with the Ramsey school district
for $4.2 million.
The reason for the settlement: Back
in 2006, a student with a history of bul-
lying other kids punched Rosenstein
in the stomach, leaving him paralyzed.
The AP story notes that the family’s
lawsuit alleged that the puncher had a
history of being a bully, and that the
school district knew or should have
known about it.
Even more distressing, Rosenstein,
then only 12, had emailed school offi-
cials notifying them that he was being
bullied.
After the death of Rutgers student
Tyler Clementi, the state got tough on
bullying.
In addition to mandating training
and reporting, the law states that bul-
lies can be suspended or expelled from
school.
And that, removing the problem
from schools, will go a long way to-
ward solving the problem.
Some critics of the new law claim it
is too burdensome and could lead to
more lawsuits and additional expenses
for school districts. Well, so be it.
Every child should feel safe at
school. No child should go to school
every day in fear of being attacked,
physically or emotionally. Schools
have to be safe havens.
And it’s hard to believe that school
districts don’t have, or can’t have, a
good idea of who the bullies are. The
kids certainly do.
The law came too late for many N.J.
students, but it is in place now, and we
encourage every school district to
make sure that everything possible is
done to ensure the safety of every stu-
dent.
Simply identifying and then getting
rid of the bullies will go a long way to-
ward achieving that goal.
No doubt about bullying laws
A punch that paralyzed a student leads to huge settlement
Getting tough on bullies
Last week, we saw another reminder
of why it is imperative that school dis-
tricts take a hard line against bullying.
Identify the bullies. Then remove
them from the school.
books published over the last 18 years, she
said, and about 50 of them focus on Biscuit.
“He’s been a beautiful friend for chil-
dren learning to read,” she said.
On her website, Capucilli explained,
“When I wrote my very first Biscuit book, I
never imagined that I’d be able to share so
many Biscuit adventures with my readers.
I love creating new stories about this silly,
little puppy, and I'm thrilled that so many
of you are enjoying reading all about Bis-
cuit.”
Katy Duck, a duck who says “Tra-la-la,
Quack! Quack!” stars in Capucilli’s more
recent series.
“She’s a feisty ballerina-in the-making
who loves to twirl like a leaf, stretch like a
flower and float like a swan. Join Katy as
she makes her debut in Mr. Tutu’s dance
class!” she wrote on her website.
“She has a huge imagination,” she said.
Capucilli said she enjoys speaking with
students and teachers.
She brought publishing success tips
with her to the presentations.
“Many authors like to write in note-
books,” she said.
She calls her notebooks her “treasure
keepers.”
“I always find time to write something
down,” she said. “I was an author my
whole life – and I didn’t even know it.”
It can take her as little time as six
months or as long as three years to finish a
book, she said.
It can take two to three years for her
transcripts to then be published, she said.
“Wow!” the students gasped in response.
“Very often, I do work on more than one
story at a time,” said Capucilli.
A student asked if she is ever nervous
writing.
“When I finish a story, I read it aloud,”
she replied. “If I like it, then I’m a little less
nervous.”
All of her books are dear to her heart,
she said.
Artists including Pat Schories illustrate
her books.
“My books are illustrated all over the
world,” she said.
Sometimes, Capucilli is able to view the
artwork prior to publication. Other times,
there are “surprises,” she said.
There are times when her imagination
does not match up with the illustrator’s,
she said.
“Is it wrong? No. It’s just a different pic-
ture in her (Schories’) imagination.”
As she animatedly read samples of her
books to the young students, they chanted
along, stirring their minds in imagination.
“Wow!” was a common student response
as she turned each page.
Learn more about Alyssa Satin Capucil-
li and her books on
www.alyssacapucilli.com.
PTO
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Lenape High School recently
hosted the LRHSD fourth annual
“Wii Tournament.” Participants
from Cherokee High School,
Lenape High School, Seneca High
School, and Shawnee High School
all competed in the tournament.
A technology grant that was pro-
vided in 2009 allowed for the Wii
systems to be implemented into
the classroom for student use.
The students from the adaptive
physical education classes have
been practicing since September
for the tournament.
The tournament is set up as a
competition in four events,
archery, soccer, bowling, and ten-
nis. Health and P.E. teachers Jody
Stansbury and Beth Taubman or-
ganized the events.
The annual Pen Pal luncheon
was held in conjunction with the
tournament. Students from the
LRHSD sister schools communi-
cate with each other during the
year and meet for an annual
luncheon. Students in Kathy Wal-
dron's Living Skills classes deco-
rated, prepared the food, created
table scapes, and served as gra-
cious hosts.
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The Alice Paul Institute is
sponsoring a professional writing
and editing workshop with Su-
sann Perloff, a widely published
freelance writer. Bring a docu-
ment of 200 words or less, typed
in Times New Roman double-
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WEDNESDAY APRIL 25
Art with Mrs. Song: Grades first
through third. 4:30 p.m. at Mount
Laurel Library. A fun and artistic
activity. Students will learn about
line drawing. Registration
required.
Rotary Club of Mount Laurel
meeting: 12 p.m. at Laurel Creek
Country Club, 655 Old Centerton
Rd. For more information visit
www.mountlaurelrotary.org or
call (856) 234-7663.
Storytime: 11 a.m. every Wednesday
at Kids Play Lounge. Come hear a
new story every week and then
stay and play the rest of the day!
Call (856) 273-9500 or visit
www.kidsplaylounge.com for
more information.
THURSDAY APRIL 26
Paws for Reading: Grades one
through six. 4 to 5 p.m. at Mount
Laurel Library. Practice reading
skills in a private setting while
reading to Wilson, a registered
therapy dog, and his owner, a
retired educator. Register for a
15-minute session. Call (856) 234-
7319, ext. 333.
Friends Book Sale Preview Day: 6
to 8:30 p.m. at Mount Laurel
Library. For Friends of the Mt.
Laurel Library members only.
New Friends welcome to join.
FRIDAY APRIL 27
Paws for Reading: Grades one
through six. 4 to 5 p.m. at Mount
Laurel Library. Practice reading
skills in a private setting while
reading to Xorra, a registered
therapy dog, and her owner, Miss
Linda. Register for a 15-minute
session. Call (856) 234-7319, ext.
333.
Friends Book Sale: 10 a.m. to 6:30
p.m. at Mount Laurel Library.
SATURDAY APRIL 28
Friends Book Sale: 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. at Mount Laurel Library.
SUNDAY APRIL 29
Friends Book Sale: Noon to 3 p.m.
at Mount Laurel Library. The $5
bag sale – fill a bag for $5. Bags
will be provided.
MONDAY APRIL 30
Second Annual Beauty Fair: 6:30
to 8:30 p.m. at Mount Laurel
Community Center, 100 Mount
Laurel Road. Admission fee is $2
to benefit the Municipal Alliance.
Register with the recreation
department at recreation@
mountlaurel.com. This annual
event gives the community a
chance to view the finest services
and trends offered by local busi-
nesses around town. Coupons,
giveaways, special discounts, gift
certificates, products and gift
baskets.
Friends of the Mount Laurel
Library meeting: 7 p.m. on the
second Monday of the month at
the library. For more information
visit www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us or call
(856) 234-7319.
TUESDAY MAY 1
Mount Laurel I BNI Chapter meet-
ing: 7:30 to 9 a.m. Marco’s
Restaurant at Indian Spring C.C.,
115 South Elmwood Dr.
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YMCA of Burlington and Cam-
den counties encourages children
and families of all ages to play
and learn at Healthy Kids Day on
April 28 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The
event for children and families of
all ages will be held at the Mt.
Laurel YMCA, located at 59 Cen-
terton Road.
More than 1,900 Ys across the
country are taking part in the cel-
ebration, meant to kick start
physical activity and learning
throughout the summer –
a critical out-of-school time for
kids.
Healthy Kids Day, a national
initiative of the Y to improve the
health and well being of kids, is
filled with fun, active play and ed-
ucational activities that will help
parents improve their kids’
lifestyles for the long term.
Research shows that without
access to activities that stimulate
the mind and body, kids are more
prone to gain weight and fall be-
hind academically over the sum-
mer months.
“At the YMCA of Burlington
and Camden counties, we know
that when the school year ends,
many kids lose exposure to activi-
ties that keep them moving and
learning. Healthy Kids Day will
help parents begin thinking early
about what their kids need to stay
physically and intellectually ac-
tive in the summer,” said Tim
Kerrihard, president and CEO of
the YMCA of Burlington and
Camden counties. “Summer is
just around the corner, and is an
ideal time for kids to get out and
grow so they are healthier and
sharper when the next school
year begins.”
The spring festival highlights
the wide array of wellness activi-
ties and youth sports available to
children and families at the Y and
features interactive games, class
demonstrations, live entertain-
ment by DJ Lilly along
with healthy food and refresh-
ments.
Additional attractions include
arts and crafts, family swim, a
Zumba-thon, a New Jersey Na-
tional Guard Helicopter Landing,
exhibits from local police, EMS
and fire departments.
In conjunction with Healthy
Kids Day, those who join the Y be-
tween now and April 29 can take
advantage of the Y’s waive the
joiner fee special and save up to
$150.
Those who register and pay in
full for three weeks or more of
day camp will receive either a
free Y program membership or
$50 off camp for current mem-
bers.
The event will take place rain
or shine.
For more information, contact
Pam Hall at (856) 234-6200, ext. 232,
or pamh@ymca-bc.org, or visit
www.ymca-bc.org.
YMCA invites all
to Healthy Kids Day
The following items were taken
from reports on file with the Mt.
Laurel Police Department:
On April 9 at 7:18 p.m., Mount
Laurel Police responded to the
unit block of Chaucer Court for
an aggravated assault. The resi-
dent, a 37-year-old man, threw a
pot of boiling water on a female
acquaintance during an argu-
ment. She was transported to
Cooper Hospital, Camden, for
treatment of second-degree
burns to her face and upper torso.
The suspect fled the scene prior
to the arrival of police.
On April 12 at 8 p.m., he was ar-
rested after he turned himself in
at the Mount Laurel Police De-
partment’s headquarters.
His bail was set at $20,000, and
he was remanded to the Burling-
ton County Jail in lieu of bail, re-
ports said.
A guest of the Hotel ML, 915
Route 73, reported that someone
stole four center lug nut covers,
valued at $180, from his vehicle
while it was parked in the hotel
parking lot. The theft occurred
between 9 p.m. on April 10 and
9:35 a.m. on April 11.
A resident of the first block of
Meadowrue Drive reported that
someone burglarized his resi-
dence between 3 p.m. and 8:30
p.m. on April 12. Entry was
gained by removing a window
screen and entering through the
unlocked window. An undeter-
mined amount of money was
stolen from the residence.
Mount Laurel Police arrested a
27-year-old man of the 3800 block
of Route 38, Maple Shade, on
April 11 at 1:35 p.m., and charged
him with burglary and theft.
His arrest stemmed from an in-
vestigation into the burglary of a
residence on the 200 block of
Meadow Drive on Feb. 25. Bail
was set at $70,000 and he was re-
manded to the Burlington County
Jail.
A Pemberton resident reported
approximately $1,400 in fraudu-
lent credit card purchases at the
Best Buy on Nixon Drive. The in-
cident occurred on April 13. The
credit card was previously report-
ed stolen in Moorestown.
A representative of the Mount
Laurel Girls Softball reported the
theft of a storage box containing
team equipment from the
Spencer Park Complex. The stor-
age box, which was chained to a
pole, was discovered missing the
morning of April 14. The total
value of items reported stolen
was $550.
A resident of the 100 block of
Downing Court reported a crimi-
nal mischief to a pool and a vehi-
cle parked at the residence. The
incident occurred between 9:45
p.m. April 13, and 9 a.m. April 14.
A pool liner and three vehicle
tires were slashed. Damage is es-
timated at $1,000.
An Ohio resident staying at the
Rodeway Inn reported the theft of
a cell phone from a hotel room.
The phone was reported missing
at approximately 4 p.m. on April
14. The phone was valued at $600.
A resident of the 700 block of
Grant Road reported a burglary
and theft to a residence. The inci-
dent occurred between 11 p.m.
April 14 and 10:20 a.m. April 15.
Entry was gained through win-
dow. An unknown amount of jew-
elry was taken. Damage is esti-
mated at $50.
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Katie Clauss, a Lenape High
School senior TV member, placed
in the top 10 in KYW Newstudies
2012 Competition.
More than 170 students from
across the Delaware Valley went
to KYW Newsradio on six Satur-
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skills from station managers, edi-
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Help spruce up Paulsdale
on April 28
Help spruce up the grounds at
Paulsdale, the birthplace and
family home of New Jersey’s
most famous suffragist, Alice
Stokes Paul.
The Alice Paul Institute needs
volunteers 12 and older to help
pick up branches and clear the
property of debris at Paulsdale,
128 Hooton Road, Mt. Laurel, on
cleanup day, on Saturday, April 28,
from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., weather
permitting.
Bring gloves, rakes, hedge clip-
pers and other gardening tools
and dress for the weather.
To sign up for cleanup day or
for information, call (856) 231-1885
or email info@alicepaul.org.
Cheer and football
registration coming up
Mount Laurel’s Fleetwood
Cheer and Football Registration
will be held Friday, April 27 from
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., and Satur-
day, April 28 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Hartford School’s cafeteria.
There are five cheer age
groups: 5 and 6, 7 and 8, 9 and 10,
11 and 12, and 13 and 14.
There are six age/weight
groups for football. Age 5/6 maxi-
mum of 65 pounds, age 7/8 maxi-
mum of 80 pounds, age 9/10 maxi-
mum of 95 pounds, age 11/12
maximum of 110 pounds, and age
12/14 maximum of 125 pounds or
junior high unlimited weight.
The registration fee is $200 plus
a $25 fundraiser fee. There will be
discounts for families with multi-
ple children.
For additional information,
email tomp528@comcast.net.
Jewish women’s
group to meet
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women, South Jersey section,
will be meeting on Tuesday, May
22 at 12:30 p.m. at Temple Adath
Emanu-el at 205 Elbo Lane in Mt.
Laurel.
Please join us for an entertain-
ing afternoon with our guest Mor-
ris Zupan who will present a pro-
gram about the outstanding Jew-
ish opera singer Jan Peerce,
whose singing was enjoyed by
millions of Americans for gener-
ations.
Everyone is welcome.
Refreshments will be provided.
For further information con-
tact Florence Fisch at (856) 727-
0625 or email flosyfisch@com-
cast.net.
Garden Club plant sale
on April 28
Mount Laurel Garden Club
will hold a plant sale on Saturday,
April 28 from 9 a.m. to noon, rain
or shine, at the Mount Laurel Li-
brary, 100 Walt Whitman Ave.
This is a great way to add to
your collection of bulbs, perenni-
als, herbs, shrubs and native
plants.
Free line dancing classes
on Thursdays
Free line dancing classes will
be offered at the Mount Laurel Li-
brary on Thursday nights from 7
p.m. to 8 p.m. on May 3, 10 and 17.
Lisa from Dances By Diane
will be instructing beginners in
the basic techniques of several
line dances including cupid shuf-
fle, electric slide, the cha cha
slide, wanderer, south street shuf-
fle, soul city walk, continental
and the bop. No partner or expe-
rience needed. Open to the public.
No registration required.
The Mount Laurel Library is
located at 100 Walt Whitman Ave.
For more information, call the
library at (856) 234-7319, ext. 333 or
log on to www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us.
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County will hold its “40th An-
niversary Gala” on Wednesday,
May 9, at 5:30 p.m. at the Deer-
wood Country Club, 845 Woodlane
Road, Westampton. Tickets are
$45 per person.
CONTACT is a non-profit 24/7
Crisis Helpline serving a broad
spectrum of people in need rang-
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ill to individuals in crisis: psychi-
atric crisis, suicide crisis, home-
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well as information and referral
services. The organization’s vi-
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the community by helping com-
munity members to address their
emotional, physical and mental
issues more effectively.
CONTACT volunteers and a
small staff run the organization
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This summer, the YMCA of
Burlington and Camden counties
will host its first musical and
technical theater camp, Taking
the Stage.
During the four-week camp,
students entering grades seven
through 12 will work together to
produce the musical “Hairspray.”
Led by a professional perform-
ing arts staff, campers will learn
all aspects of what goes on behind
the scenes of a musical produc-
tion, including lighting, stage set-
up, acting, dancing and singing.
The culmination of Taking the
Stage will come when the teens
perform “Hairspray” on Friday,
Aug. 3 and Saturday, Aug. 4 at the
Burlington Township Performing
Arts Center.
Summer day camps by the
YMCA have proven to enhance
self-confidence, self-esteem and
leadership. Taking the Stage will
provide campers with an opportu-
nity to explore and express their
creative talent while being part of
YMCA value-based camp pro-
grams.
The camp will take place Mon-
day through Friday, from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m., beginning July 9 at the
Burlington Township Performing
Arts Center, located at 610 Foun-
tain Ave. in Burlington.
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and campers must attend all four
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The two-evening “Boating Ba-
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BRIEFS
Spring flower sale on May 12 and 13
The Knights of Columbus will be sponsoring its annual spring flower sale on May 12 and 13 at St. John Neumann Church, 560 Walton Ave., Mt. Laurel. A wide variety of 10-foot hanging baskets will be available for $12 each. All proceeds benefit local charities. To preorder and get more information, please contact Joe Steinhagen at (856) 234-1089 or Jim Gabster at (856) 727-3310. crafts and design. Artwork will be hung throughout the school. Student demonstrators will be working from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served in the First Edition Café. There will be live music. The courses are The Global Community Lens, taught by Dr. Nicholas V Longo, associate pro. fessor of public and community service studies and director of the Global Studies Program, and Eric E. Sung, assistant professor of photography; and Peace and Justice, taught by Dr. Jeffrey D. Pugh, assistant professor of political science.

Bergbauer spends spring break in Ecuador
Samantha Bergbauer, a resident of Mt. Laurel and a member of the class of 2012 at Providence College, in Providence, R.I., recently spent a week working in Ecuador as part of the college's Feinstein Academic Institute's Alternative Spring Break 2012 program. Bergbauer was among nearly 60 PC students who volunteered to spend their spring break to work in four different locations around the world. Two courses taught at the college allowed 17 students to travel to Quito, Ecuador.

Adath Emanu-El Casino Night on April 28
Come out to Casino Night at Adath Emanu-El, 205 Elbo Lane, Mt. Laurel on Saturday April 28 , at 7:30 p.m. There will be a Texas Hold ‘Em tournament and a Mah Jongg tournament. Table games such as black jack and roulette can also be played. There will be prizes and raffles. All are welcome to attend. For more information, call Adath Emanu-El at (856) 608-1200 or visit www.adathemanuel.com.

Elementary school art show on April 25
The Larchmont Elementary School Art Show, a school-wide event, will occur on Wednesday , April 25, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The night will celebrate students’ growth as artists from preschool to fourth-grade, building skills in drawing, painting, sculpture,

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this year’s ceremony will pay tribute for the first time to parents of students who are actively serving or who are veterans of the Armed Services.” The May 10 meeting will be presented by Laura DeScioli. Further. Laurel at 6 . Fax us at (856) 427-0934. comfortable shade at the touch of a button! by. employees.m. RETRAC TAB LE AW NI N G S Enjoy cool. Send us your Mt. harassment laws. This presentation will provide the latest updates regarding how these communication media are impacted by privacy laws. p. The event will honor district students who are entering the military or military academy . To be recognized. 5521. and even laws traditionally used to protect union employees.. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933. Students can also be recognized by notifying their guidance counselors. alumni and district employees serving in the Armed Forces as well as military veterans. For special pricing and preferred installation! 1-800-662-3328 • 1-856-662-3300 . at Ramblewood Country Club. PRE-SEASON SALE! AVOID THE RUSH… Order by 5/11/12.org. alumni and parents are asked to register at www.org/armed_services_s ignup and complete the electronic form or to contact Keen Coleman at (609) 268-2000. Laurel news Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@mtlaurelsun. The legal landscape regarding Facebook and other social media in the workplace is evolving almost as fast as the technology itself. Laurel Business Network presents “What Employers Must Know About Facebook and Other Social Media. all eligible students. Recent court and administrative decisions have both clarified and confused what employers can and can’t do in the social media arena. ext.4 THE MT. Esq.lrhsd. LAUREL SUN — APRIL 25-MAY 1. the presentation will advise employers on how best to manage and respond to employee use of social media. Facebook presentation for employers in May lyle The Mt. In addition. 2012 Armed Services Ceremony on May 14 The Lenape Regional High School District will roll out the red carpet on May 14 when its hosts the third annual Armed Services Awards Ceremony at Lenape High School’s auditorium. 200 Country Club Parkway Mt. or via email at kcoleman@lrhsd.

The fair will take place at the community center at 100 Mount Laurel Road. “A firm (Professional Property Appraisers) was hired to perform this revaluation and they will visit every property within the township to determine what the market value is currently she .com. The timeline of the contract needs to be approved by the state.org. she said. a firm hired by the township will be inspecting homes for a mandatory revaluation process by May AIDS walk on May 5 Lenape High School will hold its second annual Kevin Todd Memorial AIDS Walk on May 5. Nicole Mustaccio at nmustaccio@lrhsd. “Historically one-third of the properties will increase. MD. a raffle ticket and much more. Lakewood www. 115 Union Mill Road Mount Laurel. there will be incredible raffle items. she said. “This does not raise any additional review – it just redistributes the cost based on the current-market value of a property . The revaluation does not affect the budget this year. said Mitchell. Ste. which serves families in South Jersey impacted by HIV/AIDS. Contact Jaime Fauver at (609) 654-5111. she said. BICYCLE SPECIAL $25 OFF Any 2012 New Bicycle In Stock 10% OFF Any 2011 or older Model Not valid with any other offer. April 30 from 6:30 p. 70 West. ext. she said. D. FACOG DAVID CORLEY. Mitchell said layoffs are not currently being considered. With coupon only. Come out for a fun day and support a fantastic cause. Jen Gaffney at jgaffney@lrhsd. OB-GYN Beauty Fair 2012 Councilman Christopher Smith announced the township is hosting a beauty fair on Monday .org . “It’s a great opportunity to see what’s hip and new” before prom season. a DJ. “Once the state approves the contract with the reval firm. Tucker’s Office Is Pleased to Announce Our Newest Addition. or they will send their own timeline to the township.APRIL 25-MAY 1. The township does not plan to reduce municipal services or programs either. he said. 15.069. an ordinance was adopted on second reading at the meeting to authorize a special emergency appropriation for the revaluation to spread the cost over five years rather than budgeting the entire cost into one year. In addition to the 2. onethird will decrease and one-third will stay the same. Richard G.” she said. a tax increase is necessary to cover a reduction in available revenues and the losses due to the high number of tax appeals. 3555 or jfauver@lrhsd.m.m. which is $267. Richard G.org. “Although nothing new has been included in the preliminary financial plan. NJ 08054 856-778-8622 Revaluations potentially beginning soon If all goes according to plan. food. Registration is $20 and includes walk participation. Expires 6/3012.5-mile walk. games and even a dunk tank with teachers and administrators. Ste. Register online with the recreation department by emailing a full name and phone number for each participant to recreation@mountlaurel.O. MD.” she said..” said.org for more information. About 19 salons confirmed attendance as of April 16.406 of the operating budget. 2012 – THE MT. to 8:30 p. Tucker.or Mindy Schnepf at mschnepf@lrhsd. Marlton 732-363-4777 • 475 Rt. field work will commence. All proceeds will benefit the Spirit of the Holidays organization. The $2 admission fee will benefit the Mount Laurel Municipal Alliance.” Meanwhile. she said. Salaries and wages comprise $11.426 less than last year. he said. FACOG 856-334-8030 Elmwood Business Park 775 Rt. 201.” said Mitchell.shorelvf.com . but there has been some municipal staff reorganization. Women’s Healthcare Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr. YOUR CARING GUIDE FOR ALL ASPECTS OF INFERTILITY ALLEN MORGAN. Mitchell said. F-120. LAUREL SUN 5 Township revaluations could potentially begin soon TOWNSHIP Continued from page 1 “The state has changed the way in which they fund local governments and has taken away CMPTRA (Consolidated Municipal Property Tax Relief Act) based on any increase in Energy Receipts Taxes. 70 East..

PRODUCTION MOUNT LAUREL EDITOR Kevin Canessa Jr. A student asked if she is ever nervous writing.” Katy Duck. Tutu’s dance class!” she wrote on her website. I never imagined that I’d be able to share so many Biscuit adventures with my readers. bullied. 108 Kings Highway East. Capucilli explained. Capucilli is able to view the artwork prior to publication. For advertising information. NJ 08033. “Very often. Fax us at (856) 427-0934. PDFs of the publication are online. GENERAL MANAGER & EDITOR Steve Miller Alan Bauer VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES Ed Lynes NEWS PUBLISHER MANAGING EDITOR. of you are enjoying reading all about Biscuit. Rosenstein. she said. Well. “Wow!” was a common student response as she turned each page. too. a student with a history of bullying other kids punched Rosenstein in the stomach.” she said. removing the problem from schools. The law came too late for many N. please email news@mtlaurelsun. Laurel Sun reserves the right to reprint your letter in any medium – including electronically. The Sun welcomes suggestions and comments from readers – including any information about errors that may call for a correction to be printed.” she said. NEWS MANAGING EDITOR.alyssacapucilli. stretch like a flower and float like a swan.6 THE MT. they chanted along. Sometimes.” she said. physically or emotionally Schools . Every child should feel safe at school. via fax at 856427-0934. SPEAK UP The Sun welcomes letters from readers. 3rd Floor. “When I finish a story I read it aloud. Send letters to news@mtlaurelsun. stirring their minds in imagination. please call 856-427-0933. or can’t have. “I was an author my whole life – and I didn’t even know it. had emailed school officials notifying them that he was being Getting tough on bullies Last week. On her website. The Associated Press reported last week that his family had settled with the Ramsey school district for $4.” It can take her as little time as six months or as long as three years to finish a book. and about 50 of them focus on Biscuit. “She’s a feisty ballerina-in the-making who loves to twirl like a leaf. NJ 08033 856-427-0933 A nyone who doubted the need for New Jersey to enact tougher laws against bullying should read the story of Sawyer Rosenstein. To submit a news release. Send us your Mt. I love creating new stories about this silly .J. “When I wrote my very first Biscuit book. “He’s been a beautiful friend for children learning to read. so be it. little puppy and I'm thrilled that so many . Quack! Quack!” stars in Capucilli’s more recent series. and we encourage every school district to make sure that everything possible is done to ensure the safety of every student. Even more distressing. “Many authors like to write in notebooks. or via the mail. she replied. 2012 in our opinion No doubt about bullying laws A punch that paralyzed a student leads to huge settlement 108 Kings Highway East Haddonfield.com. The Sun is published weekly by Elauwit Media LLC. There are times when her imagination does not match up with the illustrator’s. the law states that bullies can be suspended or expelled from school.” said Capucilli. The Mt. call 856-427-0933 or email advertising@mtlaurelsun. The reason for the settlement: Back in 2006. And that. “My books are illustrated all over the world. Brief and to the point is best. Capucilli said she enjoys speaking with students and teachers. No child should go to school every day in fear of being attacked. Laurel news Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@mtlaurelsun. It’s just a different picture in her (Schories’) imagination. It is mailed weekly to select addresses in the 08054 ZIP code. Haddonfield. For information. have to be safe havens. Serkalow Kathleen Duffy OPERATIONS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR DIGITAL MEDIA DIRECTOR ART DIRECTOR Joe Eisele Tim Ronaldson Tom Engle CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER VICE CHAIRMAN Russell Cann Barry Rubens Michael LaCount. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933. so we look for letters that are 300 words or fewer. The AP story notes that the family’s lawsuit alleged that the puncher had a history of being a bully and that the . If you are not on the mailing list. Simply identifying and then getting rid of the bullies will go a long way toward achieving that goal. She calls her notebooks her “treasure keepers.99.D. a duck who says “Tra-la-la. Learn more about Alyssa Satin Capucilli and her books on www. “She has a huge imagination. will go a long way toward solving the problem. Include your name. address and phone number. “Is it wrong? No. Join Katy as she makes her debut in Mr. students. she said. free of charge. LAUREL SUN — APRIL 25-MAY 1.com. Ph. Some critics of the new law claim it is too burdensome and could lead to more lawsuits and additional expenses for school districts.” she said. And it’s hard to believe that school districts don’t have.” she said. there are “surprises. Other times. sixmonth subscriptions are available for $39. you can drop them off at our office. We do not print anonymous letters. Artists including Pat Schories illustrate her books. She brought publishing success tips with her to the presentations.2 million. .” As she animatedly read samples of her books to the young students. “If I like it.com.com.” she said. school district knew or should have known about it. After the death of Rutgers student Tyler Clementi. It can take two to three years for her transcripts to then be published. but it is in place now. Jr.” . ELAUWIT MEDIA GROUP CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD VICE CHAIRMAN Dan McDonough.” “I always find time to write something down. In addition to mandating training and reporting. she said. she said. she said. I do work on more than one story at a time. Then remove them from the school. the state got tough on bullying.” All of her books are dear to her heart. “Wow!” the students gasped in response. leaving him paralyzed. Of course. Identify the bullies. Alan Bauer PTO brings authors to school each year PTO Continued from page 1 books published over the last 18 years. The kids certainly do. then only 12. then I’m a little less nervous. we saw another reminder of why it is imperative that school districts take a hard line against bullying. Mary L. a good idea of who the bullies are.

Seneca High School. The workshop will take place at Paulsdale.12 years old. Full of exciting activities. Lenape High School. NJ 08057 856-231-9595 • donachyarchitect@aol. Lunch and snacks are always included. org. on Thursday May 10.m. The tournament is set up as a competition in four events. DONA CHY . ARCHITECT 33 WEST SECOND ST • MOORESTOWN. Laurel. 6:30 am-6:00 pm Special to The Sun Students from Lenape High School. Students from the LRHSD sister schools communicate with each other during the year and meet for an annual luncheon. nis. Lenape hosts Wii tournament Lenape High School recently hosted the LRHSD fourth annual “Wii Tournament. . a widely published freelance writer. Seneca High School and Shawnee High School participated in the fourth annual Wii tournament.m. typed in Times New Roman doublespaced. . The annual Pen Pal luncheon was held in conjunction with the tournament.APRIL 25-MAY 1. Always There in Home Health Care. Include a headline that tells what’s going on. A technology grant that was provided in 2009 allowed for the Wii systems to be implemented into the classroom for student use. bowling. LLC. Stansbury and Beth Taubman organized the events. Students in Kathy Waldron's Living Skills classes decorated. Mt. Bring a document of 200 words or less. to 10:30 a. Free initial consultation. The cost to attend is $35. from 8:30 a. LAUREL SUN 7 6 weeks . Cherokee High School.com Call us now to design for Spring & Summer 2010 construction starts. The students from the adaptive physical education classes have been practicing since September for the tournament. Before After DAVID DONACHY.alicepaul. and served as gracious hosts.com daviddonachyarchitect.” Participants from Cherokee High School. the themes let imaginations run wild while still focusing on the individual interests of each child. field trips and special visitors. visit the events page at www.E. and Shawnee High School all competed in the tournament. 2012 – THE MT. Health and P teachers Jody . Writing workshop on May 10 The Alice Paul Institute is sponsoring a professional writing and editing workshop with Susann Perloff. Participants are asked to register by Tuesday May 8.org. call the institute at (856) 2311885 or email info@alicepaul. 128 Hooton Road. To register or for information. archery soccer. prepared the food. created table scapes. and ten.

and his owner. NJ 08033. Students will learn about line drawing. ext. Bags will be provided. For more information visit www. Research shows that without access to activities that stimulate the mind and body kids are more . Laurel YMCA. TUESDAY MAY 1 Mount Laurel I BNI Chapter meeting: 7:30 to 9 a. Call (856) 234-7319.m.m.mtlaurelsun.. contact Pam Hall at (856) 234-6200. 232. tween now and April 29 can take advantage of the Y’s waive the joiner fee special and save up to $150.mountlaurelrotary. 333. Register with the recreation department at recreation@ mountlaurel. Fax us at (856) 427-0934. A fun and artistic activity. The event will take place rain or shine. Practice reading skills in a private setting while reading to Xorra.PAGE 8 CALENDAR Laurel Library. Laurel meeting or affair listed in the Calendar or Meetings. a New Jersey National Guard Helicopter Landing. Marco’s Restaurant at Indian Spring C. to 4 p.m. 115 South Elmwood Dr. Miss Linda. “Summer is just around the corner.m. every Wednesday at Kids Play Lounge. Every attempt is made to provide coverage to all organizations. a registered therapy dog. meant to kick start physical activity and learning throughout the summer – a critical out-of-school time for kids.ymca-bc.m.” The spring festival highlights the wide array of wellness activities and youth sports available to children and families at the Y and features interactive games. at Mount Laurel Library. located at 59 Centerton Road. Come hear a new story every week and then stay and play the rest of the day! Call (856) 273-9500 or visit www. Friends of the Mount Laurel Library meeting: 7 p. Practice reading skills in a private setting while reading to Wilson. class demonstrations. president and CEO of the YMCA of Burlington and Camden counties. SATURDAY APRIL 28 Friends Book Sale: 10 a. Friends Book Sale: 10 a.kidsplaylounge. a Zumba-thon.us or call (856) 234-7319. a retired educator. For more information visit www.m. 655 Old Centerton Rd. ext.m.m. Register for a 15-minute session.900 Ys across the country are taking part in the celebration.m. information must be received. we know that when the school year ends. initiative of the Y to improve the health and well being of kids. 4 to 5 p. at Mount Laurel Library. 108 Kings Highway East. For Friends of the Mt. 333. Laurel Library members only. The $5 bag sale – fill a bag for $5. Send information by mail to: Calendar. on the second Monday of the month at the library. and is an ideal time for kids to get out and grow so they are healthier and sharper when the next school year begins. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933. Those who register and pay in full for three weeks or more of day camp will receive either a free Y program membership or $50 off camp for current members. Song: Grades first through third. This annual event gives the community a chance to view the finest services and trends offered by local businesses around town. YMCA invites all to Healthy Kids Day YMCA of Burlington and Camden counties encourages children and families of all ages to play and learn at Healthy Kids Day on April 28 from 1 p. prone to gain weight and fall behind academically over the summer months. at Mount Laurel Library. THURSDAY APRIL 26 Paws for Reading: Grades one through six. Storytime: 11 a. Or you can submit a calendar listing through our Web site (www.m. at Mount giveaways. Register for a 15-minute session.” said Tim Kerrihard. Send us your Mt. at Laurel Creek Country Club.m. family swim.m. Or by email: news@mtlaurelsun. Haddonfield.org . exhibits from local police. at Mount Laurel Community Center. Registration required. Laurel Sun. 2012 WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 Art with Mrs. “At the YMCA of Burlington and Camden counties. More than 1. The event for children and families of all ages will be held at the Mt. MONDAY APRIL 30 Second Annual Beauty Fair: 6:30 to 8:30 p. We will run photos if space is available and the quality of the photo is sufficient.m.com. 4:30 p. special discounts. or visit www. ext.lib. at Mount Laurel Library. products and gift baskets. at Mount Laurel Library. Additional attractions include arts and crafts. EMS and fire departments. gift certificates.org. 100 Mount Laurel Road. In conjunction with Healthy Kids Day those who join the Y be.com). a registered therapy dog.mtlaurel.com for more information. is filled with fun. active play and educational activities that will help parents improve their kids’ lifestyles for the long term.org. many kids lose exposure to activities that keep them moving and learning. Healthy Kids Day will help parents begin thinking early about what their kids need to stay physically and intellectually active in the summer. 4 to 5 p.com. Call (856) 2347319. FRIDAY APRIL 27 Paws for Reading: Grades one through six. Admission fee is $2 to benefit the Municipal Alliance.nj. Laurel news Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@mtlaurelsun. WANT TO BE LISTED? To have your Mt. in writing.m. APRIL 25-MAY 1.m.C. The Mt. two weeks prior to the date of the event. To find a unit in your area please visit BeAScout. For more information. SUNDAY APRIL 29 Friends Book Sale: Noon to 3 p. New Friends welcome to join.org or call (856) 234-7663. Friends Book Sale Preview Day: 6 to 8:30 p. to 6:30 p. live entertainment by DJ Lilly along with healthy food and refreshments. to 4:30 p. Rotary Club of Mount Laurel meeting: 12 p. or pamh@ymca-bc.m. Coupons. Healthy Kids Day a national . and her owner. at Mount Laurel Library.

a 37-year-old man. NJ 08054 856-234-9335 • SecondTimeBooksOnline. Camden. 2012 – THE MT. A Pemberton resident reported approximately $1. on April 14.m.m. and he was remanded to the Burlington County Jail in lieu of bail. on April 11.m.m. which was chained to a pole. on April 12. A resident of the 100 block of Downing Court reported a criminal mischief to a pool and a vehicle parked at the residence. An undetermined amount of money was stolen from the residence. April 15. A guest of the Hotel ML. Laurel Police Department: On April 9 at 7:18 p. Damage is estimated at $50.m. The credit card was previously reported stolen in Moorestown. McCullough. Damage is estimated at $1.m.m.mtlaurelsun. A resident of the first block of Meadowrue Drive reported that someone burglarized his residence between 3 p.com PSA NJ Ease Senior Services Helpline (877) 222-3737 GRAND OPENING Second Time Books • 114 Creek Road • Mount Laurel. His arrest stemmed from an investigation into the burglary of a residence on the 200 block of Meadow Drive on Feb. and charged him with burglary and theft.. The phone was reported missing at approximately 4 p. and 8:30 p.. Entry was gained through window. threw a pot of boiling water on a female acquaintance during an argument. A pool liner and three vehicle tires were slashed. The total value of items reported stolen was $550. The phone was valued at $600. His bail was set at $20. April 14. was discovered missing the morning of April 14. for treatment of second-degree burns to her face and upper torso. The incident occurred between 11 p. reports said. The storage box. April 14 and 10:20 a. She was transported to Cooper Hospital.000. from his vehicle while it was parked in the hotel parking lot.000. An unknown amount of jewelry was taken.400 in fraudulent credit card purchases at the Best Buy on Nixon Drive. 915 Route 73.com . McCULLOUGH CPA LLC Charles A. April 13. The suspect fled the scene prior to the arrival of police. reported that someone stole four center lug nut covers. he was arrested after he turned himself in at the Mount Laurel Police Department’s headquarters. The resident.. CHARLES A. The theft occurred between 9 p. and 9 a. Bail was set at $70. on April 10 and 9:35 a. The incident occurred between 9:45 p. Entry was gained by removing a window screen and entering through the unlocked window. Mount Laurel Police arrested a 27-year-old man of the 3800 block of Route 38.m. CPA MBA ASA 609-923-5879 Visit us online at www. Maple Shade.m. 25. valued at $180. on April 11 at 1:35 p.m.000 and he was remanded to the Burlington County Jail. A representative of the Mount Laurel Girls Softball reported the theft of a storage box containing team equipment from the Spencer Park Complex. The incident occurred on April 13. A resident of the 700 block of Grant Road reported a burglary and theft to a residence. On April 12 at 8 p. An Ohio resident staying at the Rodeway Inn reported the theft of a cell phone from a hotel room.APRIL 25-MAY 1. Mount Laurel Police responded to the unit block of Chaucer Court for an aggravated assault. LAUREL SUN 9 POLICE REPORT The following items were taken from reports on file with the Mt.m.m.

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Please join us for an entertaining afternoon with our guest Mor- WEBER SPONSORED CHEF WILL BE DEMONSTRATING GRILLING TECHNIQUES AND TIPS FOR USING YOUR GRILL! • Sample tastings (while supplies last) • Select from a variety of Weber grills. gifts Free line dancing classes on Thursdays Free line dancing classes will be offered at the Mount Laurel Library on Thursday nights from 7 p.m. will be meeting on Tuesday May . 128 Hooton Road. 6:30 p. 10 and 17. electric slide.mtlaurel. show and new pieces alerts.m. 11 and 12. proms. Visit us on Facebook at “JoAnn Jewelry” for photos. 2012 – THE MT. to 8 p. rakes. 7 and 8. on May 3.. Bring gloves. No partner or experience needed. NJ 08053 harperscdj@live. There are six age/weight groups for football. April 28 from 9 a.net. wanderer. style. . LAUREL SUN 11 BRIEFS Help spruce up Paulsdale on April 28 Help spruce up the grounds at Paulsdale. 333 or log on to www.us.com Jewish women’s group to meet The National Council of Jewish Women. For more information. plants. This is a great way to add to your collection of bulbs. soul city walk. ext. to 1 p. Everyone is welcome. at Temple Adath Emanu-el at 205 Elbo Lane in Mt. whose singing was enjoyed by millions of Americans for generations.m. ris Zupan who will present a program about the outstanding Jewish opera singer Jan Peerce. at Hartford School’s cafeteria. Cheer and football registration coming up Mount Laurel’s Fleetwood Cheer and Football Registration will be held Friday April 27 from . .com/joannjewelry 856-983-2400 902 Route 73 North • Greentree Square Marlton. 9 and 10. Laurel. to noon.m. south street shuffle. to 8:30 p. color Perfect for bridal parties. perennials. Refreshments will be provided. Mt.m. The Alice Paul Institute needs volunteers 12 and older to help pick up branches and clear the property of debris at Paulsdale. the cha cha slide. age 9/10 maximum of 95 pounds. Age 5/6 maximum of 65 pounds. There are five cheer age groups: 5 and 6. hedge clippers and other gardening tools and dress for the weather.m. To sign up for cleanup day or for information. No registration required. referral rewards and more. herbs. call (856) 231-1885 or email info@alicepaul.m. Laurel. age 7/8 maximum of 80 pounds. at the Mount Laurel Library 100 Walt Whitman Ave.nj. and age 12/14 maximum of 125 pounds or junior high unlimited weight. Garden Club plant sale on April 28 Mount Laurel Garden Club will hold a plant sale on Saturday .net. South Jersey section. Lisa from Dances By Diane will be instructing beginners in the basic techniques of several line dances including cupid shuffle. For further information contact Florence Fisch at (856) 7270625 or email flosyfisch@comcast. shrubs and native Follow us on Twitter at JoAnnJewelry for sale. and 13 and 14. to 12 p.m. call the library at (856) 234-7319. For additional information. the birthplace and family home of New Jersey’s most famous suffragist.lib. SELL IT TO: JoAnn Jewelry jewelrywonder.m. Open to the public. age 11/12 maximum of 110 pounds. rain or shine.m.APRIL 25-MAY 1. parts & accessories PSA Parents Anonymous/ Family Helpline (800) 843-5437 Every Bloomin’ Thing . from 8 a. Hand-crafted. and Saturday April 28 from 10 a. continental and the bop. The registration fee is $200 plus a $25 fundraiser fee. . 22 at 12:30 p. special promotions. on cleanup day on Saturday April 28. email tomp528@comcast. one-of-a-kind jewelry Custom orders: Any size. Alice Stokes Paul. There will be discounts for families with multiple children. IF YOU DON’T WANT IT OR WEAR IT. weather permitting. The Mount Laurel Library is located at 100 Walt Whitman Ave. .org..

the State of New Jersey churches. physical and mental issues more effectively . 845 Woodlane Road.org. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933. Log Cabins • All Wood Siding and more • Repairs YMCA offers theater camp Serving Burlington County for over 20 years.. contact Nancy Haney at (609) 543-6200. cremation and burial. 73 and Evesham Road Marlton (856) 983-1005 www. David Herron. Fences.m. atric crisis. The organization’s vision is to reduce suffering within the community by helping community members to address their emotional. Summer day camps by the YMCA have proven to enhance self-confidence.” Led by a professional performing arts staff. Taking the Stage will provide campers with an opportunity to explore and express their creative talent while being part of YMCA value-based camp programs. CONTACT is a non-profit 24/7 Crisis Helpline serving a broad spectrum of people in need ranging from the chronically mentally ill to individuals in crisis: psychi- VILLAGE OF SHOPS CRAFT SHOW Saturday. organizations. Laurel news Bradley Funeral Home Rt. Taking the Stage. Mt. victims of abuse. The cost is $1.as well as information and referral services. CONTACT volunteers and a small staff run the organization with financial support from the United Way of Burlington County the Burlington County Board . . of Freeholders. ext. May 9. Fax us at (856) 427-0934. Ask about our other services. including lighting. 200.ymca-bc.rancocaswoods.12 THE MT. to . Tickets are $45 per person. the YMCA of Burlington and Camden counties will host its first musical and technical theater camp. 3 p. beginning July 9 at the Burlington Township Performing Arts Center. individuals and special fundraising efforts. campers will learn all aspects of what goes on behind the scenes of a musical production. This summer.asp. at 5:30 p. self-esteem and leadership. . reflection of the dedication and commitment to service the CONTACT volunteers and staff bring to the organization. Aug. suicide crisis. at the Deerwood Country Club. dancing and singing.net Year! We are a full service funeral home.” For more information. students entering grades seven through 12 will work together to produce the musical “Hairspray . or to volunteer .m. pre need and at need arrangements. Burlington Township Performing Arts Center. to purchase tickets. Exit 43 Our 65th For Info: 856-235-1830 www. and campers must attend all four weeks. Board President states: “We are excited and proud to be celebrating 40 years of 24/7 service to those in need in Burlington County This is a true .com Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@mtlaurelsun.m. acting. The culmination of Taking the Stage will come when the teens perform “Hairspray” on Friday .org or visit www. During the four-week camp. 308. LAUREL SUN — APRIL 25-MAY 1. NJ 08054 1 mile east of I-295. ext. 3 and Saturday Aug. Laurel. 4 at the .BradleyFuneralHome-Marlton. and those in need of emotional support for any reason . April 28 • 9am-2pm RANCOCAS WOODS 118 Creek Road. For more information on the YMCA’s summer camp programming. in Burlington. CONTACT celebrates 40 years with anniversary gala on May 9 CONTACT of Burlington County will hold its “40th Anniversary Gala” on Wednesday . by email at nancyh@ymca-bc. Westampton. job loss. homelessness. The camp will take place Monday through Friday from 9 a. located at 610 Fountain Ave. Send us your Mt. stage setup. 2012 • Exterior Wood Restoration • Decks. contact Dori Audette at (856) 2345484.200 per camper. or email daudette@contactburlco.org/content/camp /camp.

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