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Holiday celebrations
Township plans tree and
menorah lighting. PAGE 2
SHANNON SADLER/The Sun
The Merchant Street Jazz Band performs on Main Street during the Moorestown Business Associations Candlelight Night on Nov. 1.
Candlelight Night
Local girl
selected
for lead in
Nutcracker
By SHANNON SADLER
The Sun
Almost synonymous with the
holiday season, the Pennsylvania
Ballet is set to kick off its annual
production of George Balan-
chine's The Nutcracker. Bring-
ing a local flair to the production
will be 10-year-old Jane Cohen, a
Moorestown resident and student
at Moorestown Upper Elemen-
tary School, who just last week
was selected to play the lead role
of Marie.
We were floored, father Greg
Cohen said. Shes very expres-
sive and that role is for someone
who can really connect.
Greg said that his daughter
began ballet at 3 years old, as she
began taking classes at the
Perkins Center for the Arts in
Moorestown.
We enrolled her into Perkins
and she really took to dance,
Greg said. She just really had a
love for it.
Yet, Greg said, after awhile,
they began to look into other bal-
let schools, eventually enrolling
Jane into the Barbara Sandonato
School of Ballet.
please see STUDENT, page 13
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Ushering in the holiday season,
the Moorestown Community
House is gearing up to kick-off
the first-ever tree lighting cere-
mony within the town.
The first Tree Lighting Cele-
bration will take place on Dec. 2 at
5:30 p.m. on the front lawn of the
Community House.
This has been an ongoing ef-
fort for the better part of the last
six to 10 months, said resource
assistant for the Moorestown
Community House Amanda Park.
Park explained that the event
came out of the Moorestown
Community House Board of
Trustees Community Outreach
Committee.
The board looked at the Com-
munity House and looked at the
seasons to see what hole in the
calendar they could fill, Park
said.
The event will culminate in the
lighting of a 20-foot Norway
Spruce, donated by Pete Palko in
memory of his mother and plant-
ed by Depenbrock Design, Inc.,
and the lighting of a 10-foot-tall
menorah, which was built and do-
nated by the Moorestown Jewish
Association.
In addition, the Moorestown
Jewish Association will also be
actively participating in the event
on Dec. 2.
Festivities will include live
music provided by the
Moorestown High School Madri-
gals, hot chocolate donated by
Brandywine Senior Living at
Moorestown Estates and cookies
donated by Wegmans.
We are proud to bring this
new tradition to the community,
Moorestown Community House
Board of Trustees president
George Schulmann said. The
Kicking off the holiday season
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On Thursday, Nov. 14,
Moorestown Friends School will
celebrate the 130th birthday of its
kindergarten program. Kinder-
garteners, teachers and friends
will attend a special birthday
party celebration in the schools
Dining Hall Commons at 10:15
a.m.
There will be cake and singing,
as well as words from Head of
School Larry Van Meter, who is a
member of the Class of 1968 and
attended MFS for 14 years. As
part of the festivities, 12th grade
students who have been at MFS
since kindergarten (known as
Originals) will share birthday-
themed books with current
kindergarten students.
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Special to The Sun
Seated from left: Kathleen Perkins, Agnes DeCou, Helen Doughten,
Agnes Nicholson, Emlen Stokes and Donald Matson. Second row:
Arthur Vail, teacher Lillie Tears, Nancy Stokes, Eleanor Stokes (with
bicycle) and Norman Rogers. Standing are Marguerite Strawbridge
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Moorestown Police Patrols
were dispatched to a residence
under renovation in the 500 block
of Regenhard Avenue on Nov. 6 at
approximately 4 a.m. after an
alert neighbor observed and
promptly called police reporting
suspicious activity at that resi-
dence.
Officers obtained a description
of the subjects vehicle, a red Nis-
san Xterra, and were able to lo-
cate and arrest the 42-year-old
driver on the 500 block of Cam-
den Avenue in possession of cop-
per piping valued in excess of
$1,000 that had been cut out of the
residence to be sold as scrap.
As a result of continued inves-
tigation by Moorestown Police de-
tectives, the man is also being
charged with the following previ-
ously reported metal thefts from
township businesses and a resi-
dence:
On or about Aug. 25
copper/aluminum components
stolen from two outside A/C units
valued at $7,500 from two busi-
nesses at the Blason Office Park,
509 S. Lenola Road.
On or about Sept. 23
copper/aluminum components
stolen from an outside A/C unit
valued at $2,200 at the Tai Corp.,
214 Flynn Ave.
On or about Oct. 8 copper/alu-
minum components stolen from
an outside A/C unit valued at
$1,800 from a residence in the 400
block of Pleasant Valley Avenue.
On or about Oct. 20
copper/aluminum components
stolen from three outside A/C
units valued at $7,500 from two
businesses at the Blason Office
Park, 509 S. Lenola Road.
Bail was set at $80,000 no 10 per-
cent. The subject was committed
to Burlington County Jail in de-
fault of bail.
Metal theft for scrap is a signif-
icant problem throughout the
area.
Residents are urged to call po-
lice if they see suspicious activity
at businesses or residences. Con-
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For crimes in progress call 911.
Suspect arrested in metal thefts
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E
very year, on Nov. 11, our coun-
try celebrates Veterans Day.
America has been honoring its
veterans around this date, in some
fashion, by some name, since 1919
the one-year anniversary of the
armistice of World War I, then known
as The Great War.
Fighting stopped between the Allied
nations and Germany on the 11th hour
of the 11th day of the 11th month in
1918. President Woodrow Wilson pro-
claimed Nov. 11 as the first commemo-
ration of Armistice Day a year later.
In 1938, the government passed an
act that made Nov. 11 an official holi-
day dedicated to the cause of world
peace and to be thereafter celebrated
and known as Armistice Day. In 1954,
after World War II and the Korean
War, Congress revised the act, replac-
ing the word Armistice with the
word Veterans.
The remembrance shifted to Oct. 25
in 1971 after some governmental con-
fusion, but was returned officially to
Nov. 11 by President Gerald Ford in
1975.
The name and date of what is now
known as Veterans Day may have
changed in the 94 years since the first
celebration, but the spirit has not.
Veterans Day commemorations are
held throughout the country, and our
local region does an excellent job of
paying homage to the servicemen and
servicewomen who have served, and
are still serving, to protect our free-
doms.
These men and women of the
Armed Forces past and present risk
their lives, day in and day out, so that
we can live the lives we enjoy today in
America. They risk their lives, day in
and day out, so that we can live better
lives in the future. They risk their
lives, day in and day out, so that people
around the world can hopefully live a
life that is free like ours.
Fighting for freedom is not always a
popular choice, and it may be debat-
able, at times, whether its even the
right choice. But that does not, and
should not, take away from the people
who serve to protect our country.
Hopefully, you commemorated Vet-
erans Day in some fashion. And hope-
fully, youll continue to honor our vet-
erans throughout the year.
in our opinion
Honor our veterans
With Veterans Day over, our support for those who serve should not stop
Your thoughts
How did you commemorate Veterans
Day this year? How can we continue to
honor the servicemen and service-
women throughout the year?
The Moorestown Home and School Asso-
ciation will be holding its annual Turkey
and Pie Drive on Monday, Nov. 25. A time-
honored tradition, the drive provides more
than 150 complete Thanksgiving meals to
Moorestown families and charitable organ-
izations.
Home and School, student and parent
volunteers, along with guidance coun-
selors, nurses, principals and teachers par-
ticipate in the group effort of solicitation,
collection, assembly and delivery of meal
components. In addition to a turkey and
pie, recipients are provided with all sorts of
fixings for traditional side dishes and bev-
erages.
Frozen turkeys or breasts (up to 15
pounds) and fresh pies will be collected at
three locations: Maple Dawson Park
(across from Baker school) from 7:30 to 11
a.m., WAMS from 8:30 to 11 a.m. and the
UES, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please consid-
er donating, as the need grows greater
every year.
For additional information or ques-
tions, visit www.homeandschool@mtps.
com.
School associations annual turkey and pie drive is Nov. 25
35th Annual Weichert Toy Drive underway at Moorestown office
The Weichert Family of Companies re-
cently announced the start of the 35th An-
nual Weichert Toy Drive. Members of the
community are invited to drop off new, un-
wrapped toys at the companys sales offices
through Dec. 13. The toys will be delivered
throughout the holidays in conjunction
with local charities that assist financially
and physically disadvantaged children.
Weichert employees at the companys
corporate headquarters in Morris Plains,
as well as in other company locations
throughout the United States, will also par-
ticipate in the yearly community service
event. To date, the annual toy drive has
yielded hundreds of thousands of items
for underprivileged children in the com-
munities Weichert serves. Last year more
than 16,000 toys and more than $4,000 in
monetary donations were distributed to
charitable and service organizations.
To make a donation, visit the Weichert,
Realtors sales office, located at 202 W. Main
St. in Moorestown.
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WEDNESDAY NOV. 13
La Leche League meeting: 10 a.m.
every month. Offering advice
and support for the nursing
mother. For more information,
email mkeaise@aol.com.
Moorestown Lions Club meeting:
7 p.m. at Sal and Joes Restau-
rant, 300 S. Lenola Road. Serv-
ice organization. For more infor-
mation visit www.moorestown-
lions.com.
National Organization for
Women Al i ce Paul Chapter
meeting: 7 p.m. at First Baptist
Church. Works for political,
social and economic equality.
Three-year-old story time: 9:30
a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Stories,
rhymes and crafts. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Divorce Support Group: 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, Camden and
Pleasant Valley avenues. Visit
www.meetwithgod.com or call
235-0450 for more information.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
St. Matthew Lutheran Church,
318 Chester Ave. Call (609) 239-
0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
Wednesday Evening Meditations:
5:15 to 6 p.m. at Center for Con-
scious Living, 302 N. Washington
St., Suite 101E. Call (856) 722-
LOVE for information.
Bethel African Methodist Episco-
pal Church: Pastors Bible Study
at 6:30 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
THURSDAY NOV. 14
It Takes a Village New Jersey:
Meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the
Moorestown Public Library. This
volunteer group, which provides
companionship, rides and errand
running free of charge for its
clients (the elderly, disabled and
veterans), is a 501(c) non-profit
organization. If you have one-two
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Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Ages 4 and 5. 9:30 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. at Moorestown Library. Sto-
ries, rhymes and crafts. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 6:30 p.m. Meet at
Moorestown Running Company,
115 W. Main St. The 5.63-mile
loop is mostly flat on roads.
Includes Strawbridge Lake Park.
Rotary Club of Moorestown
meeting: 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. at
Moorestown Community House,
16 E. Main St. Fellowship, lunch
and guest speaker presentation.
For more information visit
www.moorestownrotary.org.
Trinity Episcopal Church Mid-Week
Service: Holy Eucharist and Heal-
ing Service at 10 a.m. 207 W. Main
St., Moorestown.
FRIDAY NOV. 15
MOMS Club: Beginning at 10 a.m.
Playdate and Presentation from
Happy Family Organic Superfood.
Email moorestownmomsclub@
gmail.com for location or ques-
tions. Also, visit our website
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to learn more!
Thoroughly Modern Millie: Begin-
ning at 7 p.m. in the Upper Ele-
mentary School on Borton Land-
ing Road. Join the Moorestown
Theater Company for this excit-
ing performance. For more infor-
mation, visit www.moorestown
theatercompany.org/id62.html.
Legally Blonde: Beginning at 7:30
p.m. at Stokes Hall in the
Moorestown Friends School.
Ticket prices are $12 for adults
and $10 for both students and
senior citizens. For more informa-
tion, visit www.mfriends.org.
Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Ages 4 and 5. 9:30 a.m. at
Moorestown Library. Stories,
rhymes and crafts. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Al-Anon meeting: 8:30 p.m. at Trini-
ty Episcopal Church, Main and
Church streets. For more infor-
mation visit www.southjerseyal-
anon-org.
SATURDAY NOV. 16
Thoroughly Modern Millie: Begin-
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MOORESTOWN, NJ - Berk-
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Maryann Stack, a Moorestown
Office Sales Associate, on her
30th anniversary with the
company. Licensed since 1979,
MaryAnn is an Associate Bro-
ker with her CRS, GRI, ABR
designations, and is a Fine
Home and Relocation Special-
ist. MaryAnn has been a val-
ued member of the
Moorestown Sales Office due
to her unwavering dedication
to her clients, her commit-
ment to integrity and ethical
practice, continuously in-
creasing her knowledge and
expertise of the field, and her
proven sales record that has
made her a top producer of the
Moorestown Sales Office year
after year. MaryAnn is a recip-
ient of the Top of the Rock,
Circle of Excellence, Chair-
mans Circle, and Legend
Awards. A three-time Philadel-
phia Magazine Five Star Real
Estate Agent, she is a lifetime
member of the NJAR Distin-
guished Sales Club as well as
an active volunteer in her
community, including serving
5 years as Membership Chair-
person of Moorestown Rotary.
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Moorestown, married with
two children and two grand-
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Burlington County Clerk Tim
Tyler announced that his office
will be the first in the state to im-
plement a new document han-
dling process that will drastical-
ly reduce turnaround in record-
ing and verifying the critical in-
formation on deeds, mortgages
and other documents submitted
for recording.
Those who typically bring
documents to the clerks office for
recording will definitely notice
and appreciate the accelerated
recording, Tyler said. The tim-
ing for this couldnt be more criti-
cal. The real estate market is
clearly on the upswing, and I an-
ticipate we will be recording
40,000 more documents that the
78,000 we handled in 2012.
Revenues from recording a
large portion of which will go to-
ward the county budget and help
reduce taxes will also increase
significantly by years end, Tyler
said. We anticipate total rev-
enues of more than $6.5 million,
or about $1.5 million more than
last year.
The new system, called double
key verification, employs an
electronic verification process,
which checks documents for such
key information as names, land
identification, document type and
page count. Currently, the clerks
office relies on in-person sight
verification.
To put it another way, Tyler
said, The amount of time that is
required for recordings will be
significantly reduced by allowing
technology to verify documents.
We will have the flexibility to
shift employee job duties from
verification to recording docu-
ments as needed, Tyler said.
This ability to change employee
workloads will be extremely effec-
tive especially now in response to
the current increases in record-
ings.
A contract was awarded by
freeholders to AMCAD of Hern-
don, VA to implement the new
system, at a cost of 70 cents per
document. This cost is offset by
statutory user fees that the clerks
office receives from its recording
services.
Burlington County to use new
document handling process for records
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Tree Lighting Celebration em-
bodies all that the Community
House stands for, in that it creates
a new memory and further bonds
people and families to each other
and to our town.
In addition, warm clothing and
non-perishable food will be col-
lected by Moorestown Home and
School Association, Inc. to sup-
port MooreKids and the
Moorestown Ministerium Food
Pantry operated by Saint
Matthew Lutheran Church.
Its not just turning on the
lights of a menorah or a Christ-
mas tree, but also to give back to
the community, Park said.
All collections will take place
inside the Community Houses
clubroom.
I could not be happier with
the positive response that I have
heard from people all over town,
trustee and Tree Lighting Com-
mittee chair Laurie Palko said.
As well, many groups have heard
about it and called us directly to
see how they could get involved.
Spreading the news around
town, Park said that members
have already begun distributing
posters and flyers around the
schools, as well as even hanging a
banner across Main Street.
The word is getting out there
and people are hearing about it,
she said.
The lighting of both the tree
and the menorah will take place
at 6:15 p.m. and be broadcast live
by CBS 3. Following the lighting,
Santa is also slated to make an ap-
pearance while riding on a fire
truck.
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Sandonato founded the school
by the Pennsylvania Ballets first
member in 1963, according to
Pennsylvania Ballets website.
Greg said the school was one of
the selected pre-professional
dance schools, in which the Penn-
sylvania Ballet would audition
for the productions child cast.
Jane then made her debut in
The Nutcracker for the first
time at 8 years old. Greg ex-
plained the restriction was due to
labor laws in Pennsylvania.
Thats the youngest theyre al-
lowed to perform, Greg said.
In her first appearance in The
Nutcracker, Jane played both an
angel and a bunny, and played
both an angel and a grandchild
the year after.
Unlike past years, Greg said
the audition process for the child
cast had changed, following the
opening of the Pennsylvania Bal-
lets own school. What was once a
daylong audition has now
changed into a scouting period
encompassing several weeks.
It was a longer process, ap-
proximately four weeks, Greg
said.
Instead of hosting auditions
from the select schools, Greg said
the Pennsylvania Ballet now
chooses from its own students,
one of whom being Jane who
joined the school since Sandonato
closed her school when the Penn-
sylvania Ballet opened its own.
Greg explained that, at first,
the school had sent home a notice,
announcing it would be evaluat-
ing students for potential roles in
The Nutcracker and later a ten-
tative list of students being con-
sidered for roles in the produc-
tion.
Originally Jane was being con-
sidered for three roles. Greg said
it was only recently that they
learned that Jane had landed the
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Dr. Jeffrey Morton, a
Moorestown periodontist, pre-
sented a guest lecture for senior
dental hygiene students at
Burlington County College on
Thursday, Oct. 24. Morton
brought real-world periodontal
surgical concepts into Eileen
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class.
The students enjoy him. He
rapid fires questions, challenging
them and stimulating them with
new, as well as tried and true con-
cepts about periodontal disease
and its treatment. We love having
him here, said Morrissey.
Morton has donated his time
each year, for the past eight years,
to speak to BCCs dental hygiene
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treatment of diseases affecting
the supporting and surrounding
tissues and structures of the
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It is so inspiring that he was
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periodontology at the University
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Medicine.
The Moorestown Charitable
Works Club announced it would
hold its sixth annual charitable
flag football tournament on Fri-
day, Nov. 29.
All proceeds go to The Boys &
Girls Club of Camden County; an
organization that serves more
than 3,000 children via a super-
vised, educational and social out-
let for club members during the
time of day when children are
most at risk to become involved
in dangerous activities.
Moorestown volunteers offer
their hearts and hands on the Fri-
day of Thanksgiving week to host
a popular flag football tourna-
ment to benefit Camden youth,
Joe Ehrline, MCWC founder said.
We are able to host a tourna-
ment for over 1,000 players due to
unwavering support from local
businesses all with the goal to
help the Boys & Girls Club of
Camden County carry out its edu-
cational, social and recreational
activities.
Register online at
www.moorestownfootball.org.
The event will be held in rain
or shine and will begin at 11 a.m.
at Wesley Bishop Football Fields
on Church Street.
You can create your own teams
of six to 10 players and play three
games in succession. The dona-
tion is $200 per team. Divisions (8
teams per division): Grades 3-4;
Grades 5-6; Grades 7-8; High
School (Grades 9-12) CO-ED;
Adults under 35-years-old CO-ED.
For more information, contact
Dan Carrigan at (267) 688-3909 or
via email at dcarrigan@msn.com.
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lead role as Marie.
Currently, Jane attends ballet
school three times a week for an
hour and a half per day on top of
rehearsal, which also runs three
days during the week.
Greg credited Janes determi-
nation for her accomplishments,
as he explained that landing the
part of Marie is something she
had set her sights on long ago.
Back when Jane was only 6
years old, Greg had taken her to
see The Nutcracker and
through a friend was allowed to
tour backstage with her. While
backstage, Greg recalled Janes
excitement as she climbed into
the boat used during the show
and how at such a young age, she
expressed aspirations to play
Marie from that day on.
It was her trajectory, Greg
said. When she sets her sight on
something, she gets it.
Now four years later, Janes as-
pirations remain the same.
Im excited about a lot of
things, but mostly the boat, Jane
said.
Jane also added that she is ex-
cited to be in a lead role and be on
stage alone for the first time.
Its different, because for the
last two years, the other Maries
are the ones I looked up to, Jane
said.
Jane added that while she does-
nt think shell ever teach ballet
in the future, she would like to be-
come a professional ballet dancer
for a few years before eventually
pursuing a career in astro-
physics.
The Pennsylvania Ballets
The Nutcracker will run from
Saturday, Dec. 7 to Sunday, Dec. 29
at the Academy of Music, located
on 240 S. Broad St. in Philadel-
phia. For a complete list of show
times and ticket information,
visit paballet.org/nutcracker2013.
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Dec. 7 to 29 at Academy of Music
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4 BD, 2/2 bathroom Northwest Estates home with charm and endless appeal.
Southern Flair Kitchen with island and built-in Sub-Zero refrigerator, family room
with gas fireplace and two sets of french doors, 9 ft. ceilings, hardwood flooring
throughout the entire 1st floor, generous bedrooms, 3 car garage,large yard with
two patios and wonderful location. Don't miss the chance to see this great home.
670 Garwood, Moorestown
Passive Solar Energy Efficient Home. A country retreat yet close to everything!
4 BDs, 3 BAs, 2 story great room with brick floor and wood burning stove,
solarium that offers incredible views of the backyard, updated kitchen with
granite and hardwood floors. Outside, a patio, potting barn, storage shed, and
gardens. Please call Joan at 856-266-0588 to see this incredible property!
8 Gardenia Court, Mt. Laurel $259,900
2 BD, 2 BA Birchfield Lakefront home w/ cul-de-sac location. Updated kitchen
w/ hardwood floors, granite, tile backsplash, and center island. 2 sets of
french doors lead to sunroom & offer stunning lake views. Generous master
BD w/ private updated bath, walk-in closet, & french doors to private patio and
hot tub. Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588 to see this lakefront home.
2 Cobblestone Ct, Moorestown $2,450,000
Impeccable 5 BD, 7.5 BA Gary Gardner Country French Estate on over 3 pre-
mier acres. Features include 6 fireplaces, front & back staircases, 5 zone heat
& air, beautiful finished lower level w/ wine cellar & 3 car garage. Gourmet
kitchen w/ top of the line appliances, granite, & nook; luxurious master suite w/
lavish master bath, sitting room & dressing room.
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410 Kings Hwy, Moorestown $494,900
4 bedroom, 2/2 bath spacious brick home with unique home office possibility
and close to town center location. Offers 3 fireplaces, hardwood floors under
most of the 1st & 2nd floor carpeting, two family rooms, wet bar, finished
basement with large bar, fireplace and game area and more. Don't miss this
opportunity to own a large home in a great location!
120 East Central, Moorestown $749,900
Charming 3 BD, 3 BA Williamsburg Style Colonial w/ In-Town Location! Great floor
plan, large professionally landscaped lot w/ patio & plenty of yard, and a 2 car
detached garage. The home boasts a beautiful new gourmet kitchen w/ Decor oven
and Sub-Zero refrigerator, family room w/ wood burning fireplace & built-in book-
case, hardwood floors & custom moldings.
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736 Paddock Path, Moorestown $699,900
Pristine 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath Stanwick Glen home sits beautifully on 1/2 acre
lot with cul-de-sac location. Large kitchen with expanded eating area over-
looks beautiful backyard, updated baths, hardwood floors, finished basement,
2 car garage and many upgrades. Short drive, bike or walk to town. This
home has it all price, location, and condition!!
51 Beechnut Ln, Willingboro
Welcome to Martin's Beach! 4 BD, 2 BA contemporary on beautiful
7.2 acre waterfront property offering excellent fishing, hunting, bird watching
& views! Outside features include patio & porch, workshop/shed & concrete
boat ramp. A 2002 addition includes a master BD, master BA & balcony. Don't
miss this unique property! Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
207 Main Street, Riverton, NJ $549,900
5 BD, 4 BA Grand Restored Victorian Lady is situated just 2 blocks from the yacht club
in the historic town of Riverton. Featuring mahogany floored wrap around porch, in-
law suite, full basement, attached 2 car garage, fenced yard & 2 patios. The details of
this home are too many to list but include magnificent floor to ceiling windows, origi-
nal stained glass, bay window w/ incredible architectural moldings, grand foyers and
staircases. Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588 to see this magnificent home.
4 Amelia Court, Mt. Laurel $199,900
Lovely 2 bedroom 2 bath home that backs to serene private wooded backyard
in 55+ community of Holiday Village. Features include eat-in kitchen, open liv-
ing room and dining room area, sunroom that looks over covered patio and a
wonderful view.
129 W. Spruce, Moorestown $499,900
Special 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom Maines built home on an incredible lot and a
walk to town location. Open kitchen, family room added in 1997 with hard-
wood floors and wood burning fireplace, amazing fenced in backyard with
patio, beautifully redone 2nd floor bath, and so much more. Call Joan
DeLaney direct at 856-642-8742.
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This unique 4 BR, 2/1BA 1842 historic home will surprise you at every turn! 1st
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deep windowsills, & custom trim. Kitchen w/ 200 yr old reclaimed pine, cement,
hardrock maple & soapstone countertops, handcarved soapstone sink, & Sub-Zero
stainless refrigerator. The large deck off the family room offers an amazing view of
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3 story Victorian home w/ "in town" setting featuring 4 BRs, & 2.5 Baths. 1st fl - H/Ws, exten
moldings, bay windows, DR, LR, Office, 1/2 Bath, FR & Eat in Kit w/ Brick f/p. Upstairs - master
en ste w/ mulitple decks overlooks garden. Relax in Whirlpool Tub or have coffee in adjacent
sitting rm. Additional 2 brs & another full bath round out this floor. 3rd flr - spacious; has an
additional 4th br & 2 other rms for play area, office, etc. Large bsmnt, 2 car detached gar, AC
t/o, Gas Heat, .68 acre lot, Baker school. www.54ECentralAve.com
634 New Albany Rd, Moorestown $724,999
3 BRs, (potential for 4th or 5th BR), 2 full BAs, 2 half BAs. Formally a builder's home.
Prominent local builder Bob Danley showed attention to detail w/ remarkable ceiling geom-
etry, extensive moldings, walls of windows, stunning chef's kitchen, 2 sided FPs, rotunda
great room ceiling. 1st fl master en suite w/ Carry Bradshaw closet, sitting area, spa-like
BA & corner FP. 2 addl BDs & full BA are generous sized. Spacious upstairs area can be
additional 4th BD, 2nd LR, or quiet library/office. Finished BA w/ Bar, 1/2 BA, 2.5 attd GA.
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708 Maple Leaf Lane, Moorestown $739,000
Northwest Estates! Charming 5 bedroom French Colonial waiting for you to call it your own! The large
eat-in kitchen is warm & inviting w/ an attached sun room great for reading your favorite book or loung-
ing. There is a private main suite, a 2nd suite on the lower family room level, and 3 additional BDs on
the upper floors!
104 Fellswood Dr, Moorestown $1,450,000
Welcome home to The Grande at Moorestown! The kitchen is a gourmet chef's dream with 42" custom
cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances. Stunning master BD, sumptuous master BA,
2 extra large walk-in closets, vanity area & sitting room. Hardwood floors throughout main level lead
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18 Paddock Lane, Cinnaminson $549,999
Gate, Private & next to Moorestown-- New energy efficient gas heating, new 3rd floor AC,
partial new roof addition. 5 BDs, 2.5 BAs. Stunning "Cornerstone" Kitchen, Limestone Coun-
ters, 6 burner Dacor stove, Dacor double ovens, Subzero, Asco Dishwasher, Butlers pantry
w/ dishwasher, wine cooler & icemaker. Elegant library & stately LR w/ 2 gas fireplaces opens
to an serene DR. The FR has coffered ceiling & walls of windows. A glamorous Master Suite-
Large walk-in closet, gas FP & renovated bath. 4 other BDs, 1 BD boasts a FP. Finished 3rd
fl. w/ Media Room & Cedar Closet. Outside Porch/Veranda, Gardens, 2 car Garage, Fountain
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This 4 BD 2 BA home is tucked behind a row of arbor vitae & features gardens in front & back. The home
is clad in wood cedar siding. Enter the front door and you're greeted w/ a 2 story foyer. To the left, a LR w/
custom David Ramsay built-in shelving/cabinetry. To the right, a DR. Custom kitchen adjoining a sun/break-
fast room w/ views over the bluestone patio & gardens. Upstairs features private master suite w/ walk-in
closet & full private BA.
Aileen Konzelmann
REALTOR, ASP
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The Moorestown Department
of Parks and Recreation will host
the Radio City Christmas Spec-
tacular Senior Trip on Wednes-
day, Dec. 11.
Buses will depart from the
Presbyterian Church at 8 a.m.
and return around 8 p.m.
The show will begin at 11 a.m.,
with free time running from 2 to
3:45 p.m. The bus will then leave
for Mastoris at 3:45 p.m., with
dinner reservations slated for 6
p.m.
The cost is $95 and includes
transportation, show and dinner
at Mastoris. All checks should be
made payable to Evergreen
Womens Club.
All those participating in the
trip are asked to park in the Pres-
byterian Church parking lot at
the far end of their property, near
the grass. Please do not park at
the near end of the church, as
they will be holding daytime and
evening activities.
Please send registration and
fee to the Department of Parks
and Recreation, located at 2 Exec-
utive Dr., Suite 9A in
Moorestown.
Trip planned to Radio City Christmas Spectacular on Dec. 11
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Thoroughly Modern Millie: Begin-
ning at 2 p.m. in the Upper Ele-
mentary School on Borton Land-
ing Road. Join the Moorestown
Theater Company for this excit-
ing performance. For more infor-
mation, visit www.moorestown
theatercompany.org/id62.html.
Legally Blonde: Beginning at 7:30
p.m. at Stokes Hall in the
Moorestown Friends School.
Ticket prices are $12 for adults
and $10 for both students and
senior citizens. For more informa-
tion, visit www.mfriends.org.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Man-
sion. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
First United Methodist Church:
Worship services at 8:30 a.m.
(contemporary and traditional),
9:30 a.m. (contemporary) and 11
a.m. (traditional). Communion at
all services first Sunday of the
month. 446 Camden Ave.,
Moorestown.
First Presbyterian Church: Wor-
ship services at 8, 8:30 and 11
a.m. Arabic Fellowship Worship at
5 p.m. 101 Bridgeboro Road,
Moorestown.
Trinity Episcopal Church: Holy
Eucharist at 7:45 a.m. Parish
Eucharist at 9 a.m. Morning
prayer and sermon at 11:15 a.m.
207 W. Main St., Moorestown.
Bethel African Methodist Episco-
pal Church: Adult Church School
at 9 a.m. Worship service at 10:30
a.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
Our Lady of Good Counsel: Regular
Mass at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m.
and 12 p.m. 42 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
First Baptist Church: Sunday
School at 9 a.m. Worship at 10
a.m. Coffee/fellowship at 11 a.m.
Sunday discussion at 11:30 a.m. 19
W. Main St., Moorestown.
Hope Community Church: Come-
as-you-are worship service at
10:30 a.m. 235 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
Moorestown Friends Meeting
(Quakers): Worship service 10
a.m., Social Hour at 10:45 a.m. 118
East Main St., Moorestown. All
are welcome.
MONDAY NOV. 18
Time for Twos: Age 2. 10:45 a.m. at
the Moorestown Library. Stories,
rhymes and songs. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Baby Time: Age 2 and younger;
siblings welcome. 9:30 a.m. at
Moorestown Library. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Overeaters Anonymous: 7:30 p.m.
at St. Matthew Lutheran Church,
318 Chester Ave. Call (609) 239-
0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
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our young students the great his-
tory of our school, said Lower
School Director Kelly Goula. We
are proud of our dedicated and
talented faculty, as well as our
many predecessors.
Moorestown Friends School is
home to one of the oldest kinder-
gartens in the United States. Al-
though the school as a whole was
established in 1785, the kinder-
garten program was not added
until the fall of 1883. This was
about 10 years before American
public schools began integrating
kindergarten on a national level,
and 10 years before the establish-
ment of the International Kinder-
garten Union (only 6 percent of
American kindergarten-aged
children attended kindergarten
in 1900).
Rachel L. Rogers and her assis-
tant Sarah Wilson were the first
kindergarten teachers at MFS.
Rogers studied under a famous
pioneer of the Kindergarten
Movement, Madame Maria
Kraus-Boelte, who herself was a
disciple of Friedrich Froebel
the German pedagogue who in-
vented the concept of kinder-
garten (childrens garden) in
the 19th century.
The Moorestown Friends
School kindergarten program is
also notable for one of its earliest
alumni, Alice Paul, who was one
of 11 students enrolled in the
kindergarten class in 1891. Later
known as one of the countrys
leading advocates for womens
rights, Alice Paul graduated from
Moorestown Friends School in
1901.
Today the schools Beginnings
at MFS program enrolls 87 stu-
dents in preschool, prekinder-
garten, and kindergarten. In ad-
dition to core instruction in lan-
guage arts and mathematics, stu-
dents take classes in art, music,
science, Spanish, physical educa-
tion, and Quaker/Religious Edu-
cation, all taught by professionals
in those fields. Learning is very
hands-on and students, read,
write, ask questions, interview
experts, conduct experiments,
take field trips and share their
learning.
The program for the birthday
party will begin promptly at 10:15
a.m.
Program includes:
Welcome by Kelly Goula, Head
of Lower School
Kindergarten Sharing by Van
Meter and Class of 2014 Origi-
nals
Originals Share Birthday-
themed Stories with Kinder-
garten Students
Happy Birthday Kindergarten
Song and Birthday Cake
MFS
Continued from page 4
MFS kindergarten program one of first
OBITUARIES
The Sun will print obituaries,
free of charge.
TUESDAY NOV. 19
Societa Bell Italia-American
Organization meeting: Contin-
ues culture, language, music,
food and traditions of ancestors.
Meets at Lambertis Modo Milano
Restaurant. For more information
email ggkatz@verizon.net.
Moorestown Garden Club meeting:
10 a.m. at Moorestown Communi-
ty House, 16 E. Main St.
Time for Twos: Age 2. 11 a.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Stories,
rhymes and songs. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Kindergarten Story Time: For
children enrolled in kinder-
garten. 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
at Moorestown Library. Stories,
rhymes and crafts. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Story Time: 11 a.m. at Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. Call
(856) 608-1904 for information.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 2 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Man-
sion. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Al-Anon Mens Meeting: 8 p.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church, Main
and Church streets. For more
information visit www.southjer-
seyal-anon-org.
Garden State Chorale Rehearsals:
7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church
from September to mid-June. For
membership information, visit
www.gschorale.org or call (856)
858-9322.
Bethel African Methodist Episco-
pal Church: Afternoon with the
Bible at 1 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
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The Moorestown Turkey Trot
is coming Thursday, Nov. 28,
Thanksgiving morning.
This is a fun community out-
ing that drew more than 1,000 peo-
ple last year. It is a great way to
get ready for all the food later in
the day, and a good way to connect
with friends and neighbors.
Like last year, this is a low-key
race without timing. The good
news is the entry fee is only $10,
everyone gets a prize for finish-
ing, and there is free food.
All proceeds go to the
Moorestown Cross Country
teams. This year the teams will
donate $1,000 of the proceeds to
the Orkeeswa Running Club a
school in Tanzania.
Sign up online at
RunSignUp.com or Facebook, at
the Moorestown Running Compa-
ny, or register the morning of the
race.
Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.,
the One Mile Fun Run is at 9:15
a.m. and the 5K is at 9:45 a.m.
Moorestown
Turkey Trot
is Nov. 28
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539 EAGLEBROOK RD $695,000
Stanwick Glen Colonial offers 4Br, 2.5 baths. Spacious
rooms and an abundance of light. Neutral and updated
throughout. Large fenced yard with deck and paver patio.
Newer roof and HVAC.
274 W 2ND ST $429,000
Completely renovated ! 4-5 bedroom, 2.5 bath
Four-Square near town center features hardwood floors
and beautiful woodwork. Chef's kitchen. New roof,
newer furnace and central air. 2 car garage.
135 FOREST RD $599,900
Collins Park! 4 bedroom colonial/split level with 3.5 baths,
plus first floor office! dishwasher. New deck overlooking
private and beautifully landscaped yard and
salt-water pool.
76 WESTBROOK DR $350,000
Maines built Rancher situated on 3/4 acre. 3 BR 2 Ba.
home features hardwood floors, fireplace and generous
sized rooms. Enjoy the large private back yard overlooking
stream.
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Walk to Zelley Park and Main St.
3BR, 2.5BA, Moorestown $339,5 00
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If you are looking for a well built home that will stand the
test of time, with unmatched attention to detail, look no
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caliber with rare wood throughout the home, as well as
many stained glass windows. You would spend an
exorbitant amount of money to match what already exists
in this stately residence. The beauty of the home continues
on the private exterior with grounds that have been cared
for by a master gardener, a slate roof (that's right a SLATE
ROOF!!), the exterior wood under the eaves and the brick
work on the chimney. This one of a kind home awaits your
gatherings, holiday parties, and memories yet to be made.
5 BR, 3.5 BA, Moorestown $725,000
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Moorestown, NJ 08057
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Gorgeous beachfront townhouse.
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garage, multiple decks with a
huge roof-top deck and fantastic
ocean views. Access the beach &
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MOORESTOWN
A PRISTINE GEM
This impeccably maintained
home is nestled on a sought after
location in Stanwick Glen. Inside,
hardwood floors & cozy fireplace
add warmth & character to this
special residence with an updated
kitchen with granite & baths.
$699,000
CINNAMINSON
ROOM FOR EVERYTHING
Wonderful opportunity to own this
nearly 5,000 sq. ft. home in a great
neighborhood. Features include a
spacious 3 room in-law suite, 2
family rooms, 3 fireplaces &
expanded kitchen, breakfast room
& dining room.
$430,000
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MOORESTOWN
TURN-KEY LIVING
This spacious 3 bedroom
townhouse features hardwood
floors throughout, six-panel doors,
living room with fireplace, eat-in
kitchen & updated systems,
windows & appliances.
A private patio to be enjoyed.
$235,000
MOORESTOWN
WELCOME HOME
This lovingly cared for Tudor has
comfort in all seasons. Seven year
old kitchen, Florida room
overlooking a backyard oasis
with private gardens, screened
gazebo, sports area and a
beautiful heated Nesson pool.
$745,900
MOORESTOWN
DRAMATIC ONE STORY
This spectacular 4 bedroom,
2-1/2 bath features an amazing
family room with soaring ceiling,
stone fireplace & walls of glass
overlooking estate-like grounds.
A beautiful new kitchen &
sumptuous master suite.
$949,500
MT. LAUREL
WOOD LARK ESTATES
This expanded Raveswood model
offers 4 bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths,
spacious open floor plan, finished
lower level, deck, fenced yard and
a 2-car garage. Best of all, you`ll
love it`s location.
$419,000
MOORESTOWN
CHARMING BUNGALOW
This well-maintained home offers 3
bedrooms, updated bathroom, wood
floors, neutral paint colors, bright
kitchen, spacious full basement
with open laundry & door to
backyard. Deep driveway leads
to a detached 1-car garage.
$210,000
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HAINESPORT
GENTLEMAN`S ESTATE
What a beautiful 4 bedroom, 3-1/2
bath home with gourmet kitchen,
Great Room with soaring ceilings
& David Ramsay built-ins & a
sumptuous master suite all on 10+
acres of wooded trails, pond, plus
a huge horse barn.
$789,500
MT. LAUREL
RICH IN DETAIL
A distinctive home planned for
gracious living! Desirable
Ravenscliff with many amenities,
this 4 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath home
boasts 'his & her master baths,
an amazing walk-in closet &
a perfect entertainment room.
$569,000
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H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
MOORESTOWN
The graceful architecture of this New England shingle style home is sited on 2.8
acres at the end of a cul-de-sac. This residence is resplendent with magnificent
detail & appointments one would expect to provide the ultimate lifestyle.
$2,300,000
MOORESTOWN
Magnificent estate home nestled on 2.54 acres. 5 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, grand
foyer, 3 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen, Butler`s pantry, front and back staircase,
beautiful rear grounds with brick patio, gazebo and pool.
$1,500,000
MOORESTOWN
Privacy at the end of a tranquil lane provides a spectacular setting for this
special home on almost 2 acres of lush landscaping. Enjoy wide plank flooring,
4 massive fireplaces, reclaimed beams & floorboards.
$1,145,000