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Armed Services Awards May 14

By ROBERT LINNEHAN

The Medford Sun

The Lenape Regional High School District will be sending off graduating seniors who have chosen to serve their country by enlisting in the Armed Forces in style this year, as it continues an event that has become an annual tra- dition. The Lenape Regional High School District will host the third annual Armed Services Awards on Monday, May 14, at 7 p.m., at the Lenape High School auditorium. The event will honor dis- trict students who are entering the military or military acade- my, alumni and district em- ployees serving in the armed forces as well as military vet- erans. In addition, this year’s cere- mony will pay tribute, for the first time, to parents of stu- dents who are actively serving or who are veterans of the armed services. A number of veterans have been invited to attend the cere- mony on Monday, said Chris Heilig, the assessment, ac- countability and planning co- ordinator for the district.

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Rene Goodwin, portraying Eleanor Roosevelt, speaks to the Medford Historical Society on Thursday, May 3.

‘Eleanor Roosevelt’ visits society

By KATHLEEN DUFFY

The Medford Sun

In the course of her travels, Eleanor Roosevelt stopped by the Medford Historical Society’s monthly meeting on Thursday, May 3 to talk about her life past the White House. This was Roosevelt’s second visit to the history society and the second part of her tales of life as the first lady. Rene Goodwin, of Philadel- phia, portrays Roosevelt. She has acted the part for the White House Visitors Center, the Theodore Roosevelt Museum and the National Archives, to name a few.

“She talks like Eleanor,” said historical society member Sylvia Teahan. Her apparel fits the era perfect- ly, all the way down to her shoes, she said. When she’s not playing the parts of famous individuals from times past, she is a voice and mu- sical mentor for the Philly Pops. On this particular night in the Medford Friends Meetinghouse’s community room, Eleanor was dressed in grieving garb. Her hus- band, the president of the United States who pulled the country out of the Great Depression and through World War II, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, had just died. She was preparing to leave the

White House and pass control of the country’s affairs to President Harry Truman. During her program, she stood poised, with a battled expression as she recounted some memories from her time in the house that she never owned, but came to love over her 12 years there from 1933 to 1945. “That’s how long we have lived here – 12 years,” she said. “It has been an interesting time for all of us.” With so many events and emo- tions transpiring in the White House, it took on the spirit of her family, she said. She planned to

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Medford is set to adopt a 2012 municipal budget at a council meeting scheduled for Thursday, May 10 at 7:30 p.m. Originally, the town planned adoption for the Thursday, April 26 council meeting, but the state was behind on its part of the process, said town- ship manager Christopher Schultz. The regularly scheduled meetings for May 1 and May 15 were cancelled. It’s usually the state waiting for municipalities, Schultz said. “The towns are ready,” he said. It’s the state that is not. Nearby municipalities, such as Tabernacle, have had simi- lar issues. If state approval is not sealed by the May 10 meeting, the council will decide what to do moving forward then. As long as the budget is adopted prior to June, the town will be fine, said certified municipal accountant Kevin Frenia. The tax levy just needs to be certified by June, and budget adoption later than the end of

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was used to haul the cars away. He was charged with two counts of theft and released, pending a future court date.

On April 29 at 1:32 p.m., Med- ford police and fire responded to the intersection of Maine and Louisiana trails for a report of a vehicle fire. Emergency units ar- riving on scene say they found a vehicle unoccupied and fully en- gulfed in flames. Fire units were able to quickly extinguish the fire before it reached nearby woods and homes. The driver exited the vehicle unharmed before the flames became intense, police said. An investigation by the fire marshal found no suspicious cir- cumstances surrounding the fire’s origin.

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Sick means sick

Sick days are for when you are sick, not for when you retire

D o you have an extra $1,300 that you don’t need and wouldn’t mind giving to the govern-

ment? Didn’t think so. But, if you live in New Brunswick, your household is on the hook for $1,330.68 when it comes to covering ac- cumulated sick and vacation time for public workers, according to the gover- nor’s office. Statewide, the governor estimates that accumulated sick and vacation time totals more than $825 million on municipalities’ books. Seems excessive. Or, rather, just plain wrong. As one of the exercise gurus from the ‘80s or ‘90s said: Stop the insanity. The Star-Ledger last week had a great report on how a number of polit-

Sick day reform

The governor and Democrats already have reached an agreement on bene- fits for new employees. Now they should be able to work out the details on the big bills for which taxpayers are still on the hook.

ical figures stand to cash out hand- somely when they retire. It also points out that, while some reform was passed in 2010 capping new employees’ payouts, there’s still a lot of political wrangling going on. The newspaper reported that the Democrats want to allow public workers to keep only the time they’ve accumulated, while Gov. Christie wants to force employees to use banked time when taking days in the future, thereby reducing the num- ber of payable days upon retirement.

For those of us in the private sector, chances are the decision already has been made: We’re not banking any- thing. We’re lucky to have a job. We’re fighting rising health-care premiums and the like, while probably not get- ting much of a raise – if any raise at all. So, the whole concept of banked sick pay is foreign to us. Politicians should take note. It seems the governor and the De- mocrats both recognize the larger problem here, and, in fact, have worked to address it moving forward with new employees. Let’s hope that they can reach an agreement on the details. Taxpayers are footing some mighty big bills now – and will be in the future.

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bring with her the joyous memories. Roosevelt spoke of the successes her husband accomplished while serving – The New Deal, the Tennessee Valley Authority Dam Project, the 15 pieces of legislation Congress passed in his first 100 days of presidency. She also spoke of her own goals, her own passions. “Eleanor Everywhere” they called her. She traveled far and wide, more than 100,000 miles, to promote her opinions – equal pay for equal work. She wanted a minimum wage to be set for workers, prop- er education and health care. The staff at the White House were not

used to having such an independent First Lady. She was the first to operate the elevator without assistance, which shocked staffers, she said. Roosevelt spoke of Marian Anderson, one of the most prolific singers of her time. Anderson was denied the opportunity to sing in Washington, D.C.’s, Constitution Hall due to her African-American heritage. The hall was owned by the Daughters of the American Revolution, which had a pol- icy against allowing African Americans to perform. Roosevelt took matters into her own hands and arranged with her husband and White House staff for Anderson to sing an open air concert at the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday, April 9, 1939, to a crowd of more than 75,000. Through the good times and the bad,

Roosevelt survived her husband’s presi- dency. “That which one must do can usually be done,” she said, and her life was a testa- ment to that motto. As she ended her speech, Roosevelt chal- lenged the audience to “live widely and fully.” Vice-president of programs Janet Jack- son Gould said the historical society hosts programs monthly aside from January, February, July and August. Last fall, in fact, Walt Whitman paid a visit. “They have wonderful programs,” said Teahan. The historical society has a full calendar of events through the rest of the year, from a Quilt Show June 2 and June 3 to Country Day on July 8 to October’s annual Apple Festival.

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WEDNESDAY MAY 9

Medford Township Recreation Board meeting: 7 p.m. Visit

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6. 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library. Miss Danielle will bring stories to life with songs, flannelboard activi- ties and more. Sign up for the whole series! Different craft each week. Call (609) 654-6113. Medford Sunrise Rotary Club:

MedPort Diner. 7:15 a.m. Call 354- 8104 for information. Cardio Kick and Pilates/Yoga Classes: Medford Memorial Mid- dle School. Call 654-2512 for prices and to register.

THURSDAY MAY 10

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Woman’s Club of Medford meeting:

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have to do a better job as a munic- ipality to educate the public” until every organization is “singing from the same sheet of music.” In an effort to cut costs, the council discussed a 2011 resolu- tion that gave the municipal al- liance a $21,000 grant for use in the school system for drug and al- cohol programs there. The town matched it with $5,000 in cash and $15,000 in lieu of services, said Schultz. The grant was applied for in July 2011. There are more questions than answers in reference to the grant, said Pace, but the existence of the grant is “over the top” consider- ing how much of the budget the school system already receives. “Medford Township just raised municipal property taxes,” he said. “We’re taxing people to run this program.” While some of the programs that the grant funded are vital to the community and have been around for a long time, he said, the council needs to address the grant now to avoid being in the same situation next year. Pace wants a full detailed breakdown of the line items of the grant and suggested placing the issue on the June agenda. “We still have a lot of work to do,” said Schultz.

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Delancy, Lafferty and Schaad on dean’s list

Villanova University named the following Medford students to the Dean’s List for the fall 2011 se- mester:

Brian Delancy is enrolled in the College of Engineering. Christine Lafferty is enrolled in the Villanova School of Busi- ness. Katherine Schaad is enrolled in the Villanova School of Busi- ness. To qualify, one must be a ma- triculated full-time student and earn a semester grade point aver- age of at least 3.5.

Youth art exhibit opens on June 1

The Medford Cultural Arts Commission will feature its annu- al exhibit of local youth and teen artists opening Friday, June 1. The exhibition committee at the MAC will be accepting entries from students, grades six through 12, who reside in the Lenape Dis- trict. There is a one-entry limit and no entry fee. Students, parents or art teach- ers may drop off work at 18 N. Main St. on Thursday, May 24, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Friday, May 25, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Tues-

day May 29, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. There will be an opening recep- tion on Friday June 1, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. with live jazz by local teens. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited. The Medford Arts Center is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sun- days from 1p.m. to 5 p.m. Visit us at www.MedfordArts- Center.org and find our fan page on Facebook. For more informa- tion call the MAC at (609) 654-6033 or email Tracey Femiano at Med- fordArtsInfo@aol.com.

Heenan receives award at Lebanon Valley

John Heenan of Medford, a senior art and art history major, received the Suzanne H. Arnold Art and Art History Award at Lebanon Valley College’s annual spring awards and recognition ceremony on April 19. The ceremony was part of In- quiry 2012, a weeklong celebra- tion of the academic, dramatic, athletic, musical and experiential achievements of the student body.

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Wine and Wildlife Festival benefits Cedar Run on May 19

The Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge will host its 10th annual Wine and Wildlife Festival on Saturday, May 19, from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the wildlife refuge located at 4 Sawmill Road, Med- ford. This year’s celebrity guest hostess is Carol Erickson, CBS Philly News’ weather anchor. Come support the largest multi- species wildlife rehabilitator in

Folk band performs on June 8

The four-time Grammy Award- nominated band Trout Fishing in America is known nationwide for its up-beat, family-oriented folk- rock music. The Medford Arts Center is proud to bring this outstanding duo to Medford on Friday, June 8 at 7 p.m. Kathy O’Connell, star of WXPN’s popular “Kids Corner” radio show, will host the concert. It will be held at the Shawnee High School Theater, 600 Taber- nacle Road in Medford. The cost of admission is $7 for children under 12 and $10 for teens and adults. Tickets may be purchased online at www.artsin- medford.org or at the Medford Arts Center on Friday, Saturday or Sunday afternoons. The center is located at 18 N. Main St. For more information, call (609) 654-6485.

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Hospital foundation group meets May 15

The Medford Area Chapter of the Deborah Hospital Foundation will meet Tuesday, May 15, at 6:30 p.m. at Cranberry Hall on Charles Street. The chapter meets the third Tuesday each month except in July and August.

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You are invited to sign up for a special visit to Morris Arbore- tum, in Philadelphia, on Thurs-

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Burlington County freeholder Mary Ann O’Brien announces the kick-off of the fifth annual Envi- ronmental Health Photo Contest. Photos must be received no later than Friday, May 25 by 5 p.m. All submitted photos will be judged by the Burlington County Health Department and will be showcased at Burlington Coun- ty’s Earth Fair at Smithville Park on June 24, where a People’s Choice Award will be voted on and awarded that day as well. County residents can enter only one photo. Pictures must in- clude a brief description of 25

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ATTENTION
UNWANTED CARS
Any Condition
2000 & Older: $300-Up
2001 & Newer: $500-Up
Licensed Dealer
609-820-8643

New Level Flooring Solutions, LLC.

Hardwood Installation & Refinishing

HOUSES, BASEMENTS, GARAGES. ODD JOBS & YARDS TOO!

$25 OFF

Window Cleaning

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856-429-4882

AMERICAN SERVICES WindowCleaning • PressureWashing Concrete Pool Cleaning Deck Cleaning andSealing

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$25OFF

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Housekeeping &

Cleaning Service

Provided by European women in business for 17 years 216-7400 (856)
Provided by European women
in business for 17 years
216-7400
(856)

Linda’sHome&OfficeCleaning

Free Estimates According to your Budget

(856) 742-1862

Excellent Refs provided

to your Budget (856) 742-1862 Excellent Refs provided 856 VICTORY CONCRETE Driveways • Patios Stamp

856

VICTORY

CONCRETE

Driveways • Patios

Stamp Concrete Basement Waterproofing Brick Pointing • Steps Masonry Repair and more!

Licensed & Insured

842-4396

Repair and more! Licensed & Insured 842-4396 FULLY INSURED FREE ESTIMATES

FULLY INSURED

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HORN MASONRY & CONCRETE

Brick • Block • Concrete Driveways • Sidewalks Foundations 37 yrs. exp.

(609) 760-3113

• Sidewalks Foundations 37 yrs. exp. (609) 760-3113 Fully licensed and insured #13VH06230000 C & C
Fully licensed and insured #13VH06230000
Fully licensed
and insured
#13VH06230000

C & C Mason Contractors

609-704-9713 or

CELL 609-313-3606

Smolar Garage Door Service

856-466-7473

• Garage doors/openers

• Spring replacements

• Cables/rollers

• Key pads/remotes

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Absolutely all concrete problems solved • Repair and Restoration

Residential and Commercial Services

“Cracks are our specialty.”

Decorative Concrete

Power Washing

New Concrete

Mudjacking

Concrete Leveling

Seal Coating

Stain Removal

FREE ESTIMATES

856-381-0249

NJ License #13VH06184500

MASONRY & CONCRETE

Brick • Block • Stucco • Custom Stone Work • Specializing in all types of masonry repairs

• Concrete installed & repaired

• Concrete Leveling-Mudjacking • French Drains • All Work Guaranteed

Residental - No Job Too Small - Commercial

(609) 230-1682 • (609) 321-2351

S & J Construction, LLC

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PROFESSIONAL
MEDICAL
MANAGEMENT
SERVICES

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Sparkling Cleaners

“We don’t only clean your house we make it sparkle”

856-649-5055

only clean your house we make it sparkle” 856-649-5055 856-356-2775 DON HAHN ELECTRIC Since 1972 All

only clean your house we make it sparkle” 856-649-5055 856-356-2775 DON HAHN ELECTRIC Since 1972 All

856-356-2775
856-356-2775
DON HAHN ELECTRIC Since 1972 All Electrical Repairs 100-200 Amp Service Ceiling • Attic •
DON HAHN ELECTRIC
Since 1972
All Electrical Repairs
100-200 Amp Service
Ceiling • Attic • Bath Fans
Recess & Security Lighting
856-783-9128
800-427-2067
Insured &Bonded NJ LIC #4546

609-743-5074

609-743-5074

Siding • Capping • Painting Gutters • Carpentry & More

(856) 810-2182

Fully Licensed • Insured

30 Over yr. exp.
30 Over
yr. exp.

Spring to Action with a Fresh Look!

Decorative Trims • Crown Moldings • Bookcases Custom Mantles • Built-Ins • Decks • Baths Home Project Consulting FREE ESTIMATES - REFERENCES - LICENSED & INSURED

CALL TODAY! (609) 561-7751

www.jhstraincarpentry.com

RAS BUILDERS

Custom Homes, Additions, Sun rooms, Siding, Baths, Decks, Garages, Basements, Roof, Windows

Since 11974

FREE ESTIMATES

856-627-1974

www.RASBUILDERSNJ.com

Pinnacle Contracting, LLC

Remodeling and Home Improvement www.pinnaclecontractingllc.com For estimates call Jason:

609-744-7805

Lic #13VH03915700

Lamp

Repairs

All Types

GENIE

LIGHTING

MEDFORD

CALL 654-8303

609-953-1798

609-953-1798

GENIE LIGHTING MEDFORD CALL 654-8303 609-953-1798 856-429-8991 On time. Done Right. For all your home

GENIE LIGHTING MEDFORD CALL 654-8303 609-953-1798 856-429-8991 On time. Done Right. For all your home

GENIE LIGHTING MEDFORD CALL 654-8303 609-953-1798 856-429-8991 On time. Done Right. For all your home

GENIE LIGHTING MEDFORD CALL 654-8303 609-953-1798 856-429-8991 On time. Done Right. For all your home

GENIE LIGHTING MEDFORD CALL 654-8303 609-953-1798 856-429-8991 On time. Done Right. For all your home

GENIE LIGHTING MEDFORD CALL 654-8303 609-953-1798 856-429-8991 On time. Done Right. For all your home

856-429-8991 On time. Done Right. For all your home repairs. Locally owned & operated. www.mrhandyman.com

856-429-8991

On time. Done Right.

For all your home repairs. Locally owned & operated.

www.mrhandyman.com

Lic. # NJ-HIC13VH03642600

ADVANCED EXTERIOR Fullyinsured,Referencesavailable SOLUTIONS Lic.#13VH01119700 ROOFING • SIDING • DECKS •
ADVANCED EXTERIOR
Fullyinsured,Referencesavailable
SOLUTIONS
Lic.#13VH01119700
ROOFING • SIDING • DECKS • ADDITIONS • WINDOWS
PATIOS • KITCHENS • BATHS • FINISHED BASEMENTS
856-235-8080

FREE ESTIMATES &KITCHEN DESIGNS

THE KITCHEN PRO

AFFORDABLE CUSTOM KITCHENS

SUPERSPRINGSPECIALS”

(856) 218-2673

Joe’s Home

Improvements

609-206-2302

Seth’s Quality Services

609-670-6924

Seth’s Quality Services 609-670-6924
609-206-2302 Seth’s Quality Services 609-670-6924 LARKIN LANDSCAPE Plants Designed & Installed Paver

609-206-2302 Seth’s Quality Services 609-670-6924 LARKIN LANDSCAPE Plants Designed & Installed Paver

LARKIN LANDSCAPE

Plants Designed & Installed Paver Patios Walks Walls Sprinklers Installed Services Grading Sod Drainage

MIKE (856) 234-6424

30 yrs. exp. • Owner Operated

Paul’s Painting of Medford

Specializing in Interior & Exterior Painting

Quality work at Reasonable Price

(609) 320-9717

Painting Quality work at Reasonable Price (609) 320-9717 Painting for Four Generations MATT NOBLE Inc. Specializing

Painting Quality work at Reasonable Price (609) 320-9717 Painting for Four Generations MATT NOBLE Inc. Specializing
Painting Quality work at Reasonable Price (609) 320-9717 Painting for Four Generations MATT NOBLE Inc. Specializing

Painting

for

Four

Generations

MATT

NOBLE Inc.

Specializing in:

Painting & Staining - Interior/Exterior Power Washing, Respraying Aluminum, Cedar, Asbestos, Wood & Vinyl Siding, Stucco, Carpentry Repairs

Painting & Staining - Interior/Exterior

609-654-7651

856-667-7651

Cell: 609-868-1178

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Locally owned and operated.
856-665-6769
www.alldogspoop.com

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$10 rebate w/this ad

609-268-2453

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856-858-1965

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WE CAN HELP!

South Jersey Service NJRMP 9325
South Jersey Service
NJRMP 9325

Plumbing • Drain Cleaning Quick Service

856-429-2494

Paperhanging, Removal &&PPainting

By Randy Craig

(856) 9981-1359

www.rcpaperhangings.com

(856)

PETE’S

POWER WASHING

885-8166

Lic#13VH00966900

ROOF CLEANING & POWERWASHING

Remove Black Mold & Algae

Vinyl Siding Concrete Driveways Decks & Fence Sealing & Staining

FREE ESTIMATES

Fully Insured

856 912-5499

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Call Mike
609-217-3424
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ROOFING

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(609) 268-9200

Lic.# 13VH01716900

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856-427-0933

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or siding job
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roofing
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GUTTER
INSPECTION
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Offer expires 6/6/12.
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1816 Rt 70, Southampton
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April

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NEW CUSTOMER SPECIAL! $50 OFF Expires 5/31/12.
NEW CUSTOMER SPECIAL!
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TREE SERVICE

D.E.C. Contracting

609-953-9794

609-405-3873

Lic #13VH03950800 ISA Cert. Arborist NJ-0993A

Lic #13VH03950800 ISA Cert. Arborist NJ-0993A BIG TIMBER Tree Service LLC Tree, Stump, & Brush

BIG TIMBER

Tree Service LLC

Tree, Stump, & Brush Removal

Tree Trimming Land Clearing

Bucket Truck & Backhoe

NJ Lic #13vh05439500

Trees cut for less!”

Fully Insured Free Estimates

(856) 983-0351

Fully Insured • Free Estimates (856) 983-0351 R&L TREE SERVICE Best Price Guaranteed! Tree

R&L TREE SERVICE

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Tree Removal Tree Pruning Stump Removal 24 Hr. Emergency Service

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FREE ESTIMATES

Fully Insured

856 912-5499 Firewood for sale!

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856.449.1818

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Tree Trimming • Tree & Stump Removal • Fully Insured 25 Years Experience • We Are The Tree Experts

856-778-7733

856-778-7733

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856-488-5716

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