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R e s i d e n t i a l C u s t o m e r
Special to The Sun
Short Lived Affair, an all-girl rock band from Cherokee High School, won their second Break music con-
test in a row and will get to perform in the Bamboozle Music Festival in Asbury Park in May. From left,
lead guitarist Kaitlyn Young, lead singer Monica Kelly, and drummer Rachel Visitacion perform during the
show. Bassist Taylor Coigne is not pictured.
Council seeking
vendors for club
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Marlton Sun
The members of the Eve-
sham Township Council will
explore all options for vendors
at the Indian Spring Country
Club.
Both the managing and
catering company for the
county club will see contracts
expire at the start of 2013.
Billy Casper Golf has man-
aged the country club for the
past three years, Interim
Township Manager Bill
Cromie said. Marco’s Wedding
and Banquet Facility and
Restaurant has rented space
on the first floor of the coun-
try club for the past three
years as well, Cromie said.
Billy Casper Golf manages
more than 125 courses
throughout 27 states in the
country. It was created in 1989
by PGA Tour legend Billy
Casper, who won several PGA
tournaments from the mid
1950s to the mid 1970s.
Both companies had con-
tracts that ran for three years
and both contained two, 1-year
options that could be
exercised if all parties in-
volved agreed.
“We were asking for guid-
ance from council as to
whether we should renew
those contracts or go out to
bid,” Cromie said. “The coun-
cil’s direction was to rebid in
an effort to maximize the rev-
enue coming in.”
The council decided to pub-
licize a request for proposal for
two new contracts, instead, to
see if savings or additional
revenue could be realized.
Last year, the township paid
Billy Casper Golf $81,000 to
manage the course, Cromie
said. Marco’s paid the town-
ship $165,000 to rent the restau-
rant space at the country club.
The RFPs will be published
soon, Cromie said.
If the catering company
changes, then it’s necessary
for them to have a good
amount of time to be able to
purchase a liquor license, he
said.
The new contracts would
likely be for three years, he
said, with two, 1-year options
as well.
The township council is
opening up all aspects of its
services and budget this
year to see if savings or rev-
enues can be realized. Mayor
Randy Brown said at an earli-
er meeting that all services of-
fered through the township
could be privatized in the
future if savings can be
reached.
Band wins contest (again)
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Marlton Sun
Jon Bon Jovi, Blink 182, Foo
Fighters, Brand New … and Short
Lived Affair?
Yes, the local all-girls rock band
will be sharing the stage with
some of the biggest names in rock
and roll and punk at the 2012 Bam-
boozle Music Festival in Asbury
Park after winning the Break
music competition for the second
year in a row.
The rock band Short Lived Af-
fair repeated as one of the win-
ners of The Break Contest and
earned their slot at the annual
Bamboozle Festival, which is held
each year at the Stone Pony in As-
bury Park.
The band consists of Monica
Kelly on vocals, Kaitlyn Young on
guitar, Taylor Coigne on bass and
Rachel Visitacion on drums. All
four musicians attend Cherokee
High School.
It’s going to be another great
festival, Coigne said, as the girls
are gearing up for the national
music festival.
“It’s such an honor being cho-
sen to play for the second year in a
row. I feel just as amazed and ex-
cited and lucky as I did last year.
To be on the same bill as bands
like Blink 182, Brand New and
Bon Jovi is something I could
have only dreamed of when I first
started getting into music. It has-
n't even sunk in yet, and probably
won't until we're halfway through
our set at Bamboozle,” she said.
“I'm so thankful for not only our
fans and friends and family but
also for The Break Contest for this
opportunity. I really feel like it's
taught us that hard work pays off,
and it’s made us a better band.”
please see LOCAL, page 6
Contracts for country club
to expire; options sought
The Evesham Police Depart-
ment is asking for the public’s as-
sistance in identifying two men
who stole more than $1,000
worth of bras in Evesham Town-
ship.
On April 21, at 9 p.m., the Eve-
sham Police Department respond-
ed to the Victoria’s Secret
Store, 300 S. Route 73,
Marlton, for a shoplifting in
progress.
An investigation determined
that the two men, depicted in the
surveillance video,
shoplifted 30 bras valued at
$1,606.
After placing the bras in a
shopping bag they fled the store
and entered an unknown type ve-
hicle.
If anyone knows the identity of
either suspect you are asked to
contact the Evesham Police De-
partment at (856) 983-1116, the
confidential tip line at (856) 983-
4699 or email at Facebook@Eve-
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found on file with the Evesham
Township Police Department:
On April 22, at 5:55 p.m., an
Evesham police officer conducted
a motor-vehicle stop on Holmes
Lane, near Carlton Avenue.
During an investigation, a man
in the car was arrested and
charged with possession of hero-
in, police said. Bail was set at
$7,500 with a 10-percent option,
and the suspect was released after
posting bail.
The Evesham Police Depart-
ment is asking for the public’s as-
sistance in identifying the man
described:
On April 20, at approximately
3:34 p.m., the Evesham Police De-
partment responded to the CVS
Pharmacy, 360 N. Route 73, for a
suspect who attempted to use a
fraudulent prescription to obtain
medication (Oxycodone).
If anyone knows the identity of
this suspect you are asked to con-
tact the Evesham Police Depart-
ment at (856) 983-1116, the confi-
dential tip line at (856) 983-4699 or
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in our opinion
T
here’s going to be a lot of blus-
ter, posturing and campaigning
done over the next seven
months as President Obama and Mitt
Romney vie for votes.
But, honestly, barring any big news,
the campaign will come down to tradi-
tional battleground states.
New Jersey, unless Gov. Christie is
on the GOP ticket, likely will break for
the president. Hence, don’t expect a lot
of campaign stops from either camp
here.
No, the two candidates likely will
spend a lot of time in Florida and
Ohio. Closer to home, maybe we see
the candidates in Pennsylvania, if the
economy is weak and Romney feels
like he has a shot at capturing those
electoral votes.
Still, it’s good to have a contest that
is at least competitive.
We remember 1984. That’s the year
Ronald Reagan won every state except
Walter Mondale’s Minnesota.
And 1972, when Richard Nixon won
everything except Washington, D.C.,
and Massachusetts.
We’re glad this isn’t 1984 or 1972.
The economy might be moving in the
right direction, but it’s not moving
very quickly.
And there are issues such as health
care that also will divide the elec-
torate. This year, there is no “lock” on
who will be elected come November.
Which brings us back to the all-or-
nothing electoral college.
Chances are good that, if you’re a
Democrat in Mississippi or a Republi-
can in New York, your votes, essential-
ly, will not count.
By all means, people should vote. We
also remember the 2000 presidential
election, Florida and “hanging chad.”
Indeed a few votes could make a big
difference this year.
But those votes are centralized in a
few, key battleground states.
That’s what the electoral college
gives us. Voters will go to the polls,
but, unlike every other election, some
votes won’t matter.
Stage is set for showdown
For all of the talk, presidential race comes down to a few states
Maps don’t lie
Will your presidential vote really mat-
ter this year? Maybe, but it appears
now that the election will hinge on a
few key states.
The girls sang their way through the con-
test and once again captured a coveted spot
on the Bamboozle Festival.
Lead guitarist Young even offered her in-
strument to the owners of the Stone Pony –
a guitar that could have been put up on its
wall next to other guitars that were owned
by Bruce Springsteen and other famous
singers who have performed at the famed
Asbury Park spot.
“I was offered a new guitar if you guys
would take mine and put it up on the wall,”
she said between songs. “So, who should I
see about that?"
Unfortunately nobody took her up on the
offer.
The girls will perform on one of the
three days of the festival.
The Bamboozle Festival will be held on
Friday, May 18 through Sunday, May 20.
Check out the lineup for the festival and
to see when the girls will
play at www.2012.thebamboozle.com/line-
up.
Interested in hearing some of the band’s
music? Check out the group’s Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/Shortlivedaffair.
Local band heads to Bamboozle Festival
LOCAL
Continued from page 1
Special to The Sun
Members of Short Lived Affair, an all-girl rock band from Cherokee High School, from
left, lead guitarist Kaitlyn Young, bassist Taylor Coigne, lead singer Monica Kelly, and
drummer Rachel Visitacion, are interviewed by Mr. Bamboozle after their recent victo-
ry at the Break competition.
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The Center for the Arts in
Southern New Jersey
presents the Annual Juried Wa-
tercolor Exhibit from May 7 to
28.
The exhibit reception will be
held on Thursday, May 10, from
7 to 9 p.m. It is free and open to
the public.
Watercolorists from
Delaware Valley will enter this
competition with both
contemporary and traditional
work.
Dressler Smith, who studied
under master colorist Jeanne
Dobie, will jury this exhibition.
Prizes will be award at the re-
ception.
The CFASNJ is open from
Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 3
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Sustainable Evesham is team-
ing up with Sustainable Cherry
Hill’s Green Health Task Force to
host a presentation of its “Label
Detectives” program on Tuesday,
May 8, at 7 p.m. at the Evesham
Township Library.
Learn how to make sense of all
the green, natural and healthy la-
bels on food, personal care and
cleaning products.
Discover helpful tips for decid-
ing what you want in, or out of,
the products you buy. You are en-
couraged to bring items with la-
bels that you would like to more
fully investigate.
Space is limited, so please reg-
ister online at www.sustain-
ableevesham.wordpress.com.
The Evesham Library is locat-
ed at 984 Tuckerton Road, Marl-
ton, on the first floor of the Eve-
sham Municipal Complex.
Art exhibit begins May 7
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WEDNESDAY MAY 2
Invest in You: 7 to 8 p.m. at Eve-
sham Library. Learn some tips
and suggestions on goal setting,
time management and personal
growth. These techniques can
change your life! Registration
required. Call (856) 983-1444.
MOMS Club: For at-home mothers.
Email momsclubmarltons@gmail.
com for information.
Preschool storytime: Barnes and
Noble, 200 West Rt. 70. 11 a.m.
Call 596-7058 for information.
SJ Mothers of Multiples: Lions
Lake Banquet facility. 7:30 p.m.
Visit www.SJMOMS.com for more
information.
Community Stroke Support Group:
Marlton Rehabilitation Hospital,
92 Brick Rd. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Call
988-8778 for more information.
THURSDAY MAY 3
Medford Township Planning Board
meeting: 7 p.m. at meeting room
C, Evesham Municipal Building,
984 Tuckerton Road.
Getting Through to Your Child Part
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Does your child say hateful things
to you when you make even the
simplest request? Has your
child’s back talk crossed the line
into verbal abuse, with cursing
and ugly name-calling? Do your
kids use disgusting language with
each other that gets worse when
they argue? This program takes
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bal abuse by and between chil-
dren and shows you a simple,
practical way to stop it in its
tracks. Each session of this two-
part program will run for two
hours. Please call the Family Sup-
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Overeaters Anonymous: Prince of
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Marlton VFW Poker Run: Registra-
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begins at 11:30 a.m. Riders will be
back at the VFW by 3 p.m. Rain
date is May 6. For more informa-
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Good and Services Auction: 8 to 11
p.m. at Congregation Beth Tik-
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Gimme Five: Shop and to drop on
Sunday, May 5, from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the Marlton Assembly of
God Church, 625 E. Main St., in
the township. All items from fur-
niture to home décor is $5. All
proceeds benefit the MCA Ele-
mentary Playground Project.
Free Comic Book Day: Ages 5 and
older. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Evesham
Library. The library in coordina-
tion with the “All Things Fun”
store of West Berlin will be giving
out free comics (one to two per
person) as supplies last.
SUNDAY MAY 6
Yellow Ribbon Club Fundraiser:
Buffet-style dinner, cash bar and
a comedy night at Marco’s at Indi-
an Spring Country Club in Eve-
sham. Visit www.yellowribbon-
club.org for more information on
the event.
Science of Magic with Mad Sci-
ence: Grades two through five. 2
p.m. at Evesham Library. Magic?
No, it’s science! Mini magicians
will learn the science behind
famous magic tricks as they pull
a handkerchief out from their
thumbs and make a pretend rab-
bit disappear with a wave of a
wand. Kids will also learn how
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MONDAY MAY 7
Duck into Story Time: Ages 3 to 6. 1
p.m. at Evesham Library. Let’s get
quacking with an adventurous
story time all about ducks. Talk
about the letter “D,” listen to a
story about Pigeon and Duck, and
then waddle over to the craft
tables. Register online or call
(856) 983-1444.
Practice Your English: 6:30 to 8
p.m. at Evesham Library. Join
others to practice speaking Eng-
lish in this relaxed group. This
group is best for people who
already know English but want
additional practice.
TUESDAY MAY 8
Evesham Township Council meet-
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older. Bowling, golf, puzzle games
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India Day Festival on May 20
On Sunday, May 20, India Tem-
ple Association’s Seva Samiti
Service Group will be holding its
annual India Day Festival from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cherokee High
School in Marlton. The festival
will include henna painting, gift
shop, food vendors and much
more.
This year’s fundraising efforts
will benefit Kids Alley of Camden
with the mission of empowering
children in the City of Camden
for success.
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Summer concert series kicks off in style
The summer concert season
kicks off in grand style as Bank
of America presents the Appel
Farm Arts & Music Festival on
Saturday, June 2 in Elmer, New
Jersey. The Grammy Award-win-
ning Tedeschi Trucks Band will
close the show, following sets by
Dawes, Carolina Chocolate
Drops, Jukebox The Ghost, Rod-
ney Crowell, Cheryl Wheeler,
Sara Watkins, Brother Joscephus
and The Love Revival Revolution
Orchestra, Mason Porter and
Quincy Mumford & The Reason
Why.
Having enjoyed successful ca-
reers as solo artists and band
leaders in their own right, hus-
band and wife Derek Trucks and
Susan Tedeschi have focused the
last two years on creating music
together. The result is the birth
of the Tedeschi Trucks Band and
their latest CD Revelator, winner
of the 2012 Grammy Award for
Best Blues Album. The Tedeschi
Trucks Band, an 11-piece ensem-
ble with two drummers and a
horn section, will headline the
Festival with a full-length con-
cert set.
One of the most sought after
bands on the live scene today,
Dawes evokes the California
sound made popular by Crosby,
Stills, Nash & Young and updates
it for the 21st century listener.
The infectious melodies, soaring
harmonies and jangly guitars are
winning over audiences young
and old alike.
The Carolina Chocolate Drops
are touring in celebration of the
newly released 4th album, Leav-
ing Eden. The band members all
sing and trade instruments dur-
ing a performance. Their virtuos-
ity on banjo, fiddle, guitar, har-
monica, snare drum, bones and
jug will delight audiences in a
stunning and memorable live
show, as they make their only re-
gional appearance on this nation-
al tour.
Rodney Crowell is a Grammy
Award-winning songwriter, per-
former and producer whose
songs have been covered by
artists such as Bob Seger, Johnny
Cash, Crystal Gayle and the Nitty
Gritty Dirt Band. His next re-
lease (June 2012), Kin, will fea-
ture guest appearances by Norah
Jones, Vince Gill, Lee Ann Wom-
ack, Rosanne Cash and more.
Rodney Crowell’s performance at
the Festival is part of a series of
select solo acoustic dates in sup-
port of the album.
The members of Jukebox the
Ghost wear their Beatles and
Britpop influences proudly!
These hook-laden, melody rich
pop-rock songs, combined with
an energetic live show are pro-
pelling the band from indie hip-
ster darlings to wider acclaim.
Brother Joscephus and The
Love Revival Revolution Orches-
tra is a high-energy 12-piece band
that sets the stage alight with a
rich gumbo of New Orleans
rhythms, combined with old
school soul, classic rock and feel-
good secular gospel music!
CHILDREN’S VILLAGE, CRAFT
FAIR, FOOD AND MORE!
To add to the fun and enjoy-
ment for every age, the Festival
hosts a Children’s Village, with
performers and arts activities to
delight the young crowd. Sched-
uled to entertain throughout the
afternoon are Tuckers’ Tales
Puppet Theater, Storyteller Bill
Wood and Al Angello, juggler, ma-
gician and comedian. There will
also be free arts activities to
spark creativity in the younger
set. Connoisseurs and collectors
of American crafts will especial-
ly enjoy the juried Crafts Fair,
where over 40 artists will exhibit
and sell their creations. No festi-
val would be complete without
the superb array of food vendors
who satisfy concertgoer’s taste
buds with ethnic and all-Ameri-
can specialties. Vegetarian items
are always available. Additional-
ly, festival goers can enjoy local
craft beer and wine from the Fly-
ing Fish Brewing Company and
Auburn Road Vineyard & Winery.
FESTIVAL COACH
Philadelphia area patrons can
sign up for the Appel Farm Festi-
val Coach Trip. Enjoy a great day
out and leave the driving to us!
The coach will depart from (and
return to) Fergie’s Pub on San-
som Street, Philadelphia.
SALEM COUNTY CYCLING TOUR
Avid cyclists will have a
chance to join other cyclists and
music fans for a group trip
through beautiful countryside on
the morning of the Festival. The
cycling group will meet at the
Appel Farm Festival parking lot
at 8:45 a.m. and depart on a
planned route led by Appel Farm
Board of Trustees member Loren
Thomas. Participants will enjoy
a gently rolling route with little
traffic.
The ride works for all levels of
riders and will be approximately
25 miles. There will be a shorter
option for those who feel like rid-
ing but may not be up to that dis-
tance. Water, snack and a rest
stop will be provided. There is no
cost to participate in the ride, but
Appel Farm Arts & Music Festi-
val advance ticket purchase is re-
quired to join this special cycling
event.
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Adult $75 (includes one adult
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trip coach from Fergie’s Pub,
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cludes one child ticket to the Fes-
tival and round trip coach from
Fergie’s Pub, Philadelphia).
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purchased online at www.appel-
farm.org.
Patrons with hearing or
speech disabilities may call TRS
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trons with disabilities. Individu-
als requiring assistance should
contact the venue at (856) 358-2472
by May 25th.
The Saturday, June 2 Arts and
Music Festival will be held 11:30
a.m.- 8:30 p.m. at Appel Farm
Arts and Music Center, located at
457 Shirley Road, Elmer, NJ – 40
minutes from Philadelphia and
Wilmington, and 2 ½ hours from
New York City. For further infor-
mation about the festival visit
www.appelfarm.org.
This program is made possible
in part by funds from the New
Jersey State Council on the
Arts/Department of State, a
Partner Agency of the National
Endowment for the Arts and by
funds from the National Endow-
ment for the Arts. Funding also
provided by the New Jersey Divi-
sion of Travel & Tourism, De-
partment of State.
Additional funding sources in-
clude corporations, foundations
and individual contributions
from friends, Trustees and alum-
ni of Appel Farm. Sponsors in-
clude Bank of America, Comcast,
WXPN 88.5 FM, Target Stores
and Subaru of America. XPN
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‘Thumbelina’ featured
local college student
Amanda Hickey of Marlton
participated in “Thumbelina,”
which played at Marist College
for eight performances in late
March.
Hickey, a Marist College fresh-
man, performed the role of the
Swallow in the play, which tells
the story of a girl no bigger than a
thumb who is searching for her
place in the world. Every year, the
Marist College Council on The-
atre Arts (MCCTA) produces
show for children and invites
local elementary schools.
Evesham residents
in Rutgers honor society
Ninety-seven area residents, all
undergraduate students in the
Rutgers–Camden College of Arts
and Sciences, have been inducted
into the Athenaeum Honor Socie-
ty.
Membership in Athenaeum is
limited to juniors maintaining a
cumulative grade-point average
of no less than 3.7 (out of 4.0) and
to seniors maintaining a cumula-
tive average of no less than 3.5.
Athenaeum is the undergradu-
ate honor society at the Camden
Campus of Rutgers, The State
University of New Jersey.
Philip Bonafiglia, Sheri Bow-
man, Brian Casolaro, and Mor-
gan Farrow – all of Evesham
Township – were inducted into
the Athenaeum Honor Society.
Sedor headed to
Florida for college
Charles Sedor of Marlton has
announced his intent to begin
studies at Florida Institute of
Technology in Melbourne, Fla.,
in fall 2012.
Sedor will graduate in spring
2012 from Cherokee High School
and plans to pursue a bachelor’s
degree in construction manage-
ment.
Alumni spaghetti dinner
set for May 19
St. Joan of Arc School is hav-
ing an alumni spaghetti dinner
on Saturday, May 19 at 6:45 p.m.
after the 5:30 p.m. Mass for the
classes of 1969 through 2000. The
cost is $5 per person, or $10 per
family. This includes dinner, beer,
wine and soda.
Come join old friends and
make new ones. The dinner will
take place in the St. Joan of Arc
School Cafeteria at 101 Evans
Road in Marlton.
For more information or to
make a reservation, please call or
email stjoanofarcalumni@
gmail.com, Nancy DiBlasi at nan-
cydiblasi@comcast.net and (856)
596-8676, or Amy Nihill at jni-
hill@comcast.net and (856)988-
3735.
VFW hosts pig roast,
chili and dessert contest
The Marlton VFW presents a
patriotic pig roast and best chili
and dessert contest to be held on
Memorial Day weekend.
Joint the VFW in honoring our
military’s sacrifice on Saturday,
May 26, from 3 to 7 p.m.
The Marlton VFW is located at
94 10th St., Marlton. Porky the Pig
All-U-Can Eat BBQ will be provid-
ed, along with soda, beer and
desserts all for sale. Games, face
painting, music, a 50/50, chili and
dessert contests, vendors, a moon
bound, and good old-fashioned
community fun will be spon-
sored.
A donation of $20 per person is
required for entry. Children 16
and younger are free with paying
parents.
Please call (856) 983-6767 for
more information or visit the
VFW’s website at www.marlton-
vfw.com.
Spring concert
fundraiser on May 19
The public is cordially invited
to the Wiley Home Auxiliary
fundraiser spring concert on Sat-
urday, May 19, at 7 p.m. in the
Wiley Church sanctuary at 99 E.
Main St. in Marlton.
Featured will be renowned
tenor Paul Pitts, back once again
by popular demand to the Wiley
Community in a varied program
to please many musical tastes.
No tickets are needed.
A free will offering benefits
Wiley Healthcare residents.
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from Cherokee High School. The
operations and functions are 100
percent funded by the donations
from Cherokee’s parents and
local businesses.
The culmination of the group’s
efforts meet a crescendo with
Cherokee Project Graduation’s
premier party event held at
Chartwell Swim Club in Marlton.
Chartwell Swim Club donates
its facility and features six pools,
multiple giant water slides, ten-
nis, basketball, and volleyball
courts. All these attractions pro-
vide an environment of never-
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fundraising efforts of the volun-
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Cherokee Project Graduation en-
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continuous music. For an added
layer of entertainment, there are
other amusements.
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With the party attended by 95
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The Lenape Regional High
School District will roll out the
red carpet on May 14 when it
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Services Awards Ceremony at
Lenape High School Auditorium.
The event will honor district
students who are entering the
military or military academy,
alumni and district employees
serving in the Armed Forces as
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