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after a recent presentation at the Moorestown Friends School. See additional photo, page 22.
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Its that time of the year. Its
time for the eighth annual Sun
newspapers Deck the Paws and
Help a Collie holiday drive to aid
area animal shelters and rescue
groups.
And, again this year, we need
your help. More specifically, the
animals in the shelters need your
help.
This year, the drive will run
from the week of Nov. 28 through
Dec. 16.
As mentioned, we started this
effort way back in 2004. That year,
we had only a few drop spots, and
we collected a couple of carloads
of supplies.
All of that has changed. In re-
cent years, we have had 20-30
drop spots and have been able to
deliver about 25-30 carloads of
supplies to the shelters every hol-
iday season.
The animals in these shelters
are in a tough spot. Our goal al-
ways has been to lighten the bur-
den shelters and rescue groups
have to keep the animals fed and
comfortable. When the shelters
receive basics, such as food, blan-
kets and litter, they save money.
Thats money that can go toward
helping to find animals a perma-
nent home.
Want to help? Heres how it all
works:
Right now, we need to build a
list of drop spots. We need places
where people can go to drop off
food, cat litter, cleaning supplies
and everything else our local ani-
mal shelters need. If you dont
mind people showing up at your
door and dropping 40-pound bags
of dog food on your floor, we need
to hear from you.
In a couple of weeks, we will
publish a list of drop spots in our
newspapers and online. People
then will read the list, gather sup-
plies and take them to a drop
spot.
After that, the supplies are
picked up and taken to a shelter.
It all starts with the drop spots.
The more spots we have, the
more supplies we collect. More
drop spots mean a brighter holi-
day season for shelter animals.
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or if you have questions, please
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By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
Get ready for liquor at the
Moorestown Mall. Township vot-
ers overwhelmingly passed both
referendum questions last week
to allow liquor to be sold in the
mall.
Voters approved the first refer-
endum question the allowance
of liquor licenses to be sold in
the township by an unofficial
count of 4,138 to 2,750, according
to township representatives.
Voters approved the second
referendum question restrict-
ing the sale of liquor licenses to
fine dining establishments at the
Moorestown Mall by an unoffi-
cial count of 3,750 to 2,876 accord-
ing to the township.
It was a complete turnaround
from the last time Moorestown
residents had a chance to vote on
the allowance of liquor. In 2007,
voters overwhelmingly defeated
the sale of liquor licenses by
more than 2,000 votes.
This time around representa-
tives from the Pennsylvania Real
Estate Investment Trust which
owns the Moorestown Mall
campaigned vigorously since the
summer to garner votes. In Sep-
tember, PREIT President Joe
Coradino said that if the referen-
dums were passed, PREIT would
purchase four of the possible six
liquor licenses at a price of $1
million each for a total of $4 mil-
lion.
Coradino stood by the promise
after the victory.
We are planning on deliver-
ing on the promises that we
made, he said. We will be pur-
chasing four licenses at $1 mil-
lion each.
Coradino said PREIT repre-
sentatives will also be meeting
with chef Marc Vetri to discuss
the possibility of the chef open-
ing up a restaurant at the mall in
the future. Vetri had signed a let-
ter of interest with PREIT with
the caveat that the referendums
pass.
Coradino estimated that
liquor could be served at fine
dining establishments at the
mall by August. Presently,
Coradino said PREIT would
begin construction of a new, 12-
screen movie theater at the mall.
I would say probably the ear-
liest would be between August to
September in 2012. Probably
somewhere between August and
October youll start to see restau-
rants open, he said. Id love to
do things faster, but you have to
negotiate a lease, create con-
struction plans, go through sev-
please see LIQUOR, page 3
Liquor
approved
in landslide
Voters overwhelmingly
support the sale of
alcohol at the Moorestown Mall
2 THE MOORESTOWN SUN NOVEMBER 16-22, 2011
The 2011 season is now com-
plete. We proved to have the best
number two team in the state, sec-
ond only to Haddonfield in the CP
Cup, to Haddonfield in the
strongest classic field ever, and
second in the Tournament of
Champions to Millburn.
The final record stands at 27-4,
with three losses to Haddonfield
and one to Millburn.
In the 27 wins, the varsity play-
ers lost only three individual
points. The girls practiced hard,
competed well and supported one
another all the way. A team re-
flects its leaders, and seniors
Rachel Bass, Lauren Culbertson,
Kelsey Ham and Sarah Kim were
excellent in that regard. Credit
should also go to Coaches Call
and Hughes both of whom went
far above and beyond the norm
and who played critical roles in
the teams result.
The highlight of the past week
was our sweeping the Burlington
County Open, including Friends
and the four Lenape schools. Our
girls won each fight convincingly,
losing only one set in the entire
event.
For those who came to matches
and/or gave support in other
ways, thank you. Enjoy what re-
mains of the fall.
Bill Kingston is the head coach of the
Moorestown girls tennis team.
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Special to The Sun
On Monday, Nov. 21, the
Moorestown Home and School
Association will be holding its an-
nual turkey and pie drive. A
Thanksgiving tradition, the drive
provides holiday meals for local
needy families.
Last year more than 150 com-
plete Thanksgiving meals were
collected and boxed by
Moorestown students. Volunteer
students and parents assemble
the meals, which includes stuff-
ing, gravy, cranberry sauce, and
vegetables.
All of the meals along with
frozen turkeys and store bought
pies go to local families in
Moorestown while the remainder
goes to Family Services of
Burlington County as well the
Live Civilly Food Bank in
Moorestown.
The home and school associa-
tion will be accepting frozen
turkeys at Maple-Dawson Park
(across from Baker School) on
Nov. 21, from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., the
Upper Elementary School from 7
a.m. to 2 p.m. and the William
Allen Middle School from 7 to 11
a.m.
They will be accepting non-
frozen store bought pies as well as
any nonperishable items needed
to complete the meals.
The meals needed for
Moorestown families will in-
crease this year due to the econo-
my. Through the generous dona-
tions of the community, the
Moorestown Home and School
Association will again be able to
share the traditional meal with
area families for Thanksgiving.
For any questions about how
you can be part of this tradition,
please contact Lisa Wasdyke at
840-1047 or email turkeydrive-
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eral phases and its hard to get
things done quickly. Also, no-
body wants to open up in July to
a market that wont be there.
He pointed to PREITs deci-
sion to limit the sale of liquor to
the mall as one of the biggest fac-
tors to sway public opinion on
liquor licenses.
Keeping liquor sales away
from Main Street was a big point
of concern for voters in 2007, he
said.
In spite of some of the criti-
cism by the opposition, we did
get out into the community and
deliver our message between
town hall calls, presentations at
the Moorestown Business Asso-
ciation and the Rotary. We got
our message out to the people
and I think at the end of the day
we had a fabulous grassroots
team who did a great amount of
work. The team was led by Seth
Broder, who is still taking a lot of
heat, he said. The icing on the
cake was the change in economic
circumstances. In 2007 we were
all walking around and whistling
about how great things were, but
not a year later the bottom fell
out of the economy. It swayed
opinions.
The referendums survived a
lawsuit filed earlier in the sum-
mer by a Moorestown resident
and lawyer who sought to bar
them from the November general
election ballots.
William Cox submitted a law-
suit claiming that PREIT did not
wait the necessary five years to
resubmit a referendum question
to be placed on the ballot.
Judge Ronald Bookbinder
ruled in favor of the defendants,
citing that the 2011 referendum
questions on the ballot were con-
sistent with previous decisions
put forth by the legislature and
appellate divisions.
Bookbinder said that if he
ruled otherwise, he would be
overruling the legislature and
appellate division, which include
former Gov. Alfred E. Driscoll.
Cox appealed the decision, but
it was upheld by the appellate di-
vision.
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T
hat Gov. Christie and the New
Jersey Education Association
dont see eye-to-eye on much of
anything is no secret. But, last week,
there was an encouraging sign from
the union.
The Associated Press reported that,
on the eve of the unions convention in
Atlantic City, it tossed out a few ideas
for reform. Thats a promising sign, as,
in the past, the union either has en-
trenched itself as an opponent to re-
form and change or has done a really
awful job of getting the word out about
what proposals it would support.
The result is that, for many, the per-
ception of the union is that it clings to
tenure to protect incompetent teach-
ers, is out of touch with todays eco-
nomic realities and is dedicated to pro-
tecting a status quo that no longer is
acceptable. Were not saying that per-
ception is right, but its a perception
that the NJEA really should address.
And last week, it did. Sort of.
According to the AP, the union fa-
vors making teachers eligible for
tenure after four years, instead of the
current three years. In the general
scope of things, thats a small conces-
sion, but a concession nonetheless,
and perhaps something that can be
used as a building block.
The group also called for requiring
full-day kindergarten and, no surprise
here, opposed using public funds to
pay for private education.
The NJEA would be well served to
acknowledge and then remedy the be-
lief of many that it has been tone-deaf
to the economic devastation that has
decimated many in the private sector.
It should do more to become a partner,
or to show that it is a partner, with tax-
payers and the communities they
serve.
Last weeks plans are a step in that
direction.
Heres a thought...
Teachers union offers some ideas of its own
NJEA ideas
Do you think that last weeks ideas
released by the NJEA will have an
impact on education?
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Liquor, Paterno, ballots and trouble
Welcome to the
Dark Side, Moorestown
On Election Night, I saw something I
thought I would never see. As I was brows-
ing our website, monitoring the coverage
of yesterdays local elections, I was
stunned to discover that one town in par-
ticular had done something absolutely
shocking. Moorestown, the Quaker town
with roots dating back to the late 1600s, vol-
untarily decided to enter hell.
By a 60 percent to 40 percent tally,
Moorestown voters passed a referendum
that will allow liquor sales in the township,
albeit with restrictions. Liquor will only be
permitted at fine-dining restaurants at
the Moorestown Mall.
What happened to purity? What hap-
pened to values? What happened to tradi-
tion?
Ah, the good ole' days!
Moorestowns dry town status dates
back to 1915, when the township first
banned the sale liquor. And when Prohibi-
tion was lifted in 1933, the town decided it
wouldnt join the progressives; it would re-
main left in the past.
As the world progressed, Moorestown
held firm, staying true to its roots. Estab-
lishments of ill repute started popping up
on every border of town, with PJ Wheli-
hans and the Iron Hill Brewery in Maple
Shade within a stones throw of historic,
Best Place to Live Moorestown.
Over time, though, it seems the lure of
the nearby sale of liquor started creeping
into good ole Moorestown by osmosis. In
2007, some hipster youngins tried to pass a
liquor referendum, but that was shot down
quickly much like similar votes in 1935
and 1953. But only four years later, after
some serious legal debate, the referendum
appeared on the ballot again, and this time,
it passed.
Evil Mr. Liquor has made its way into
Moorestown now, and theres nothing that
can stop it.
Tim Ronaldson
Cinnaminsons ballot included
man who wasnt running
A 23-year-old college student had his
name on the recent ballot for Cinnamin-
sons township committee, even though he
isnt running. Hasnt been for months.
Technically, Austin DArpino never even
finished the paperwork for it, the non-can-
didate told Cinnaminson Patch.
Though DArpino had filed last spring to
run with Independent Scott Lunn, the
county clerk eventually contacted him to
say his paperwork was incomplete.
By then, DArpino had decided not to
run anyway. So he just dropped it, and he
figured that was that.
When ballots arrived in Cinnaminson
homes last week, there DArpino was, list-
ed under Lunn for the Accountability and
Civility party. By then his name could not
be removed, absentee ballots already hav-
ing gone out.
Barry Lank
Teacher indicted
for molestation
A former teacher of seventh- and eighth-
grade social studies at Myron L. Powell El-
ementary School in Lawrence Township
faces 33 charges of sexually assaulting five
students 10 years ago. All victims were
under the age of 12.
Barry Lank
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Will we remember Joe Paterno like we see
him here, riding high, celebrating another
victory? In light of the recent Penn State
scandal, and the coachs firing, the an-
swer might be no. If he had known when
to quit, he wouldnt be lumped in with
these other South Jersey guys
WEDNESDAY
November 16
FOR ALL
Low and Moderate Income Hous-
ing Oversight Committee meet-
ing: North Church Rec Center, 11
West Second St. 7:30 p.m.
Moorestown Area Quilters: Mt.
Laurel Fire Department, 69 Elbo
Lane. 7 p.m. Call (609) 975-8131 for
info.
Divorce Support Group: First Unit-
ed Methodist Church, Camden and
Pleasant Valley Ave. 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. Visit www.meetwithgod.com
or call 235-0450 for more informa-
tion.
Overeaters Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 10 a.m. Call (609) 239-
0022 or visit
www.southjerseyoa.org.
Wednesday Evening Meditations:
Center for Conscious Living, 302 N.
Washington St., Ste. 101E, 5:45 p.m.
to 6:30 p.m. Call (856) 722-LOVE
for information.
FOR KIDS
Childrens story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call
608-1904 for info.
THURSDAY
November 17
FOR ALL
Moorestown Minority Civic Asso-
ciation meeting: Bethel AME
Church, 512 N. Church St. 7 p.m. E-
mail mmca92@yahoo.comfor
more information.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 115 West Main St. next to
Peter Pan. 6:30 p.m.
FRIDAY
November 18
FOR ALL
Jewish Renewal Havurah Shabbat:
St. Michaels Lutheran Church,
Chapel Ave. and Kings Highway. 7:30
p.m. E-mail JRHSJ11@verizon.net
or call 779-0036 for information.
FOR SENIORS
AARP bowling group: Laurel
Lanes, Rte. 73 in Maple Shade. Call
778-7467 for information.
FOR KIDS
Teen Night: Church Street Rec
Center. 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Childrens story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call
608-1904 for info.
SUNDAY
November 20
FOR ALL
Sunday Worship: HOPE Communi-
ty Church. 10:30 a.m. Call 235-8077
or visit www.hope-ccm.org.
Maranatha Christian Fellowship
services: 802 N. Lenola Rd. 8:30 or
10:30 a.m.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop:
Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1 to 4 p.m.
For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Center for Conscious Living Sun-
day Service: Moorestown Commu-
nity House. 10 a.m.
FOR KIDS
Main Street Kids LIVE!: HOPE
Community Church. 10:29 a.m.
Ages 4 to 12. Call 235-8077 or visit
www.hope-ccm.org.
MONDAY
November 21
Overeaters Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 7:30 p.m. Call (609)
239-0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
TUESDAY
November 22
FOR ALL
Economic Development Advisory
Committee meeting: Moorestown
High School. 7:30 p.m.
Toastmasters: Noon. Contact Dave
Balinski at dlbalinski@yahoo.com
or 380-4701.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Library: Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1
to 4 p.m. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history or
380-4701.
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The Moorestown Charitable
Works Club will hold its Fourth
Annual Charitable Flag Football
Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 26
to benefit the youth of Camden
via the Boys and Girls Club of
Camden County. The tournament
will be held at Wesley Bishop
Park on Church Street beginning
at 9 a.m.
The flag football event benefits
the Boys and Girls Club of Cam-
den County, an organization that
serves over 3,000 children via a
supervised, educational and so-
cial outlet for club members dur-
ing the time of day when children
are most at risk to become in-
volved in dangerous activities.
If you would like to participate,
team divisions of 6 to 10 players
are open from third grade to
adults. Just register online by
looking for the tournament tab at
www.moorestownfootball.org.
If you would like to be a spon-
sor, please contact Dan Carrigan
by email at dcarrigan@msn.com.
Play in annual charitable
flag-football tourney
The Moorestown Lions Club is
holding its 51st-Annual Holiday
Parade on Saturday, Dec. 3. The
parade, which begins at noon on
the corner of Chester and Central
avenues in Moorestown, will in-
clude performances by string
bands, bag pipers, the
Moorestown High School Band
and the Liberty Band. In addi-
tion, there will be marching units
and floats. The theme of this
years parade is ITS MAGICAL
Holiday Parade.
Cash prizes will be awarded to
the participants in the parade
best exemplifying the theme.
The parade begins at Central
and Chester avenues and travels
north to Main Street.
It then travels south on Main
Street until it reaches Church
Street and the reviewing stand
where it will proceed south to Me-
morial Field.
Groups wishing to participate
should notify parade chairman
Peter R. Thorndike, during the
day at 795-1090 or in the evening
at 234-7345 to register and secure
further information.
There is no entry fee and the
participation of any Moorestown-
based organization is welcome.
Lions Club 51st-Annual
Holiday Parade
10 THE MOORESTOWN SUN NOVEMBER 16-22, 2011
ECUMENICAL THANKSGIVING EVE SERVICE
sponsored by the Moorestown Ministerium
Wednesday, November 23 at 7pm
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
101 Bridgeboro Road, Moorestown
Reverend Curtis Hayes, Second Baptist Church
Preaching
Child Care provided Reception following the service
Come with a reason you are thankful!
Youre
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Terry Spahr, regional manager
of Long and Fosters
Delaware/New Jersey region, is
pleased to announce that Erin
Blank and Joan Delaney from the
companys Moorestown office re-
ceived Superstar sales awards
from the Burlington-Camden
County Board of Realtors at its
quarterly Breakfast of Champi-
ons, held at The Westin Hotel in
Mt. Laurel.
According to Denise Jasinski,
manager of the Moorestown sales
office, The Superstar Awards are
a highly coveted sales award, and
this is a tremendous achievement
for both Erin and Joan, and a tes-
tament to their professionalism
and dedication in their work.
Erin Blank was recognized as
an Individual Superstar Winner
for the first quarter of 2011 in the
Sales Dollar Volume category.
Erin is both a real estate sales
professional and accredited home
stager who likes to bring the se-
crets of staging to each listing. A
native of South Jersey, Erin has a
strong affection and knowledge
for the South Jersey region and
currently resides in Moorestown
with her family.
Joan Delaney was recognized
as an Individual Superstar Win-
ner for the second quarter of 2011
in the Listing Dollar Volume cate-
gory. Joan is a real estate special-
ist and certified ASP home stager,
so she is not only experienced in
listing and preparing your home
for sale, but she is also a seasoned
negotiator. Her dedication to her
clients along with her skills and
experience enable her to meet the
challenges of todays complex
real-estate market. Joan also was
named a 5-Star Agent for 2010, an
award given to the top 5 percent of
sales agents in the country.
Long and Foster
superstars
The MoorArts Holiday Arts
Festival will be held on Saturday,
Dec. 3 at the Moorestown Recre-
ation Center, on the third flood.
The event will host an art display,
live music and crafts.
The festival will be held from 1
to 4 p.m. and is free to attend.
Visit www.moorarts.org for more
information on the event.
MoorArts Holiday Arts
Festival Dec. 3
The Moorestown Police De-
partment is investigating three
residential burglaries that oc-
curred in the Golfview Road and
Park Drive area since Oct. 19.
The timing on the burglaries
ranges from during the day,
evening, to nighttime.
The burglars have been tar-
geting jewelry and flatware that
is hard to trace and easily sold
for scrap value.
On Oct. 19, residents returned
to a home in the 700 block of
Golfview Road after being at
work and school during the day
to find forced entry through a
rear basement window.
Jewelry was taken and a par-
cel post delivery was missing
from the front step.
On Oct. 31 residents returned
home in the 800 Block of
Golfview Road after being out
with their grandchildren from
5:15 to 8 p.m. to find forced entry
through a smashed rear slider
window. Jewelry and flatware
were taken.
Both of the above residences
back up to the Moorestown Field
Club Golf Course
On Nov. 2, during the latest
burglary occurring in the 300
block of Park Drive at approxi-
mately 11:15 p.m., police re-
sponded to a burglar alarm and
found that entry was gained by
smashing out a rear window.
The residents audible bur-
glar alarm deterred the bur-
glar(s) from completing the
crime.
The resident was not home at
the time.
Residents are urged to be vigi-
lant reporting any suspicious
activity to the police department
without delay by calling 234-
8300.
Crime prevention tips are
available on the township web-
site under the police tab.
NOVEMBER 16-22, 2011 THE MOORESTOWN SUN 11
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The manufacturers we sell are very fine as follows: Temple, Henkel-Harris, Southwood,
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The YMCA of Burlington and
Camden counties announced
the addition of William Barker,
a Moorestown resident to its
board of governors.
As a board member, Barker
will advance the Ys mission of
strengthening communities
through youth development,
healthy living and social respon-
sibility.
Barker founded William Bark-
er Management Consulting, Inc.
in January 2005 after serving in
various executive leadership
roles for multiple national and
international industries
throughout his career.
A longtime Y volunteer, Bark-
er is chair of the Mount Laurel
YMCA advisory board and a
member of the Ys development
committee.
He is also chair of the
Moorestown Township Planning
Board and chair of the Camden -
New Jersey Kroc Center Major
Gift Campaign.
Barker also volunteers his
time as a Vestry member at
Trinity Episcopal Church in
Moorestown, where he previous-
ly served as the past warden.
Barker earned his bachelors
degree in political science from
Washington University, St.
Louis and his M.B.A. from the
University of California at Los
Angeles.
Barker named to YMCA
board of governors
Burlington County Prosecu-
tor Robert D. Bernardi and New
Jersey State
Police Superintendent Col.
Rick Fuentes announced that a
Moorestown man who was the
driver of a vehicle that crashed
last year in Woodland Town-
ship, has been charged with
causing the death of one pas-
senger and seriously injuring
another one.
Brandon R. Reese, 19, of 531
Kings Highway, Moorestown,
was charged with one count of
vehicular homicide and one
count of assault by auto.
According to the complaint
against Reese, his blood-alcohol
concentration was at or above
the prohibited level of .08 per-
cent when the vehicle he was
driving on Sept. 27, 2010, veered
off of County Road 563 and hit a
utility pole before overturning
and striking several trees.
Reese was originally charged
with drunken driving and reck-
less driving. The charges were
upgraded after the results of
toxicology tests were received.
Judge Michael J. Haas set
bail at $150,000, with no 10 per-
cent option. The case will be
presented to a Burlington Coun-
ty Grand Jury for indictment.
Samantha Passeri, 19, of
Cherry Hill, was thrown from
the front-passenger seat of the
vehicle and died at the scene.
Another passenger in the
rear seat suffered extensive in-
juries.
Reese suffered a fractured
clavicle.
Detectives from the New Jer-
sey State Police Crime Scene
Unit South, Fatal Accident Unit
and Troop C Criminal Investi-
gation Office conducted the in-
vestigation.
Reese charged after 10 auto death
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Breakthru Fitness and Physi-
cal Therapy will be collecting
new unwrapped toys for the Ma-
rine Toys for Tots Foundations
annual holiday toy collection
campaign.
The objectives of Toys for Tots
are to help less fortunate children
throughout the United States ex-
perience the joy of Christmas; to
play an active role in the develop-
ment of one of our nations most
valuable resources our children;
to unite all members of local com-
munities in a common cause for
three months each year during
the annual toy collection and dis-
tribution campaign; and to con-
tribute to better communities in
the future.
Help deliver the magic of the
holidays to a child in need in our
area.
Collection bins are at several
convenient locations until Dec. 11.
To donate in Moorestown, please
visit the office at 1273 N. Church
Street, Moorestown, 08057.
Call the office at 722-1044 for
more information.
For more information please
visit their website www.break-
thrupt.com.
Questions should be directed to
each location or to Conni Murray,
community connections coordi-
nator, cmurray@breakthrupt.com.
For more information about
donations to Toys for Tots, please
visit their website at www.toysfor-
tots.org.
Toy drive going on
now until Dec. 11
The Moorestown Knights of
Columbus Council 1082 is spon-
soring its Fifth-Annual Luncheon
with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 1
p.m. immediately after the
Moorestown Christmas parade in
the Our Lady of Good Counsel
cafeteria located at 23 Prospect St.
(behind church).
The lunch will include hot
dogs, macaroni and cheese, potato
chips, juice, soda, water, desserts,
and much more.
Cost will be $4 per person for
all-you-can-eat meal
In addition, each child visiting
Santa can have a photograph
taken and will be given a Christ-
mas goodie.
The cost of a picture is $2 for
postal service delivery, $1 for e-
mail or free if you bring your
own camera.
If there is a parade cancella-
tion due to weather the luncheon
with Santa will still be held at the
same time and location.
For more information contact
Ed Michalak at 439-9225 or at
evm3@yahoo.com.
Knights of Columbus hosting
lunch with Santa
Prudential Fox and Roach, Re-
altors salute sales associates from
the Moorestown Office for being
office leaders for the month of Oc-
tober 2011.
MaryAnn Stack has been rec-
ognized for listings. Licensed
since 1979, Stack, associate bro-
ker and relocation specialist, is a
recipient of the Top of the Rock,
Chairmans Circle and Circle of
Excellence Awards. She is also a
member of the NJAR Distin-
guished Sales Club. Stack is a
long-time resident of
Moorestown.
Rich Jordan has been recog-
nized for Volume and Units. Li-
censed since 1985, Jordan is a re-
cipient of the Circle of Excel-
lence, Top of the Rock and PREA
Legend Awards. He is a member
of the Million Dollar Sales Club
and is a 12-year resident of
Moorestown.
Prudential Fox and Roach, Re-
altors, the nations fifth-largest
provider of total home services in
the United States, is an independ-
ently owned and operated mem-
ber of the Prudential Real Estate
Affiliate, Inc. (PREA), the largest
Prudential affiliate in the PREA
network and the largest broker in
the country operating in a single
market. As the Tri-State areas
real estate leader, the company
has more than 55 sales locations
and 3,800 sales associates.
Through its affiliate, the Trident
Group, the company provides
one-stop shopping and facilitated
services to its clients including
mortgage financing and title,
property and casualty insurance.
Paul Kaddissi, 10, completed
his Suzuki Method Book 1 gradu-
ation requirements by perform-
ing a solo piano recital recently at
his Moorestown home. Paul
played the entire book from mem-
ory and completed the perform-
ance with Scherzo by Dmitry Ka-
balevsky. His parents, George
Kaddissi and Magy Dawoud host-
ed a reception in his honor after
the performance.
Paul studies piano at
Moorestown School of Music
with Tina Schofield using the
Suzuki method, which nurtures
the students ability through en-
couragement and praise. He is in
Miss Klocks fifth grade class at
the Upper Elementary School in
Moorestown. His music teacher
there is Miss Paglione.
Moorestown School of Music
has provided Suzuki music in-
struction in South Jersey since
1998.
Individual and group lessons
are given in cello, piano and vio-
lin. Music Together, a preschool
music program for children birth
through kindergarten, is offered
six days a week.
The School is located at 301
Union St. in Moorestown.
Our Lady of Good Counsel in-
vites you to join us for A Christ-
mas to Remember with D.J.
Jerry Blavat Saturday, Dec. 3,
from 7 p.m. to midnight at the
Lenola Fire Hall in Moorestown.
Tickets are $50 and include a
beef and beer dinner. Bring your
own wine or spirits. The Geator
with the Heater will be there to
help you have a rockin good
time.
To order tickets, email Nancy
Sheppard at
shep715@comcast.net or stop at
the parish office, 42 W. Main St.,
Monday through Friday from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed at noon for
lunch).
Visit our website at www.olgc-
nj.org for more information or to
print a ticket order form.
Tickets will not be sold at the
door.
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Kaddissi completes Suzuki Method Book 1
Office leaders saluted
for strong month
The AARP Tax-Aide is the na-
tions largest, free, volunteer-run
tax-counseling and preparation
service for middle- and low-in-
come taxpayers, with special at-
tention to those 60 and older. Each
year, AARP volunteers offer assis-
tance to Moorestown middle- and
low-income and senior taxpayers
in the preparation of their federal
and state tax returns. The coun-
seling takes place on Fridays
from the beginning of February
through April 13. The volunteers
assist with federal tax returns,
state tax returns, and Home-
stead/property tax rebate appli-
cations. Last year, volunteers as-
sisted over 200 people.
Volunteers are needed for the
2011 tax season. Only non-com-
plex returns are handled. We use
a computer program provided by
the IRS and e-file returns. Train-
ing is provided. To join a great
team of volunteers in
Moorestown, please call 234-7731.
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Following Lions Holiday Parade
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Featuring
Artwork, Music, Crafts (small fee)
Fun for the whole family!
For information:
www.moorarts.org:
(856) 778-6600 ext. 28033
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Ethel M. Clevenger
(nee Ludwigsen)
November 10, 2011
On Nov. 10, age 89, of
Moorestown, formerly a long
time resident of Haddonfield, and
the beloved wife of the late
William E.
Loving mother of Joanne
Moore, (Ken, predeceased) of Ur-
banna, Va., W. John, (Virginia,
predeceased) of Cincinnati, Ohio,
Douglas E., (Ruth) of Chagrin
Falls, Ohio, Deborah J. Clevenger,
of Chesterfield, Va., Christine L.
Nelson, (Bruce) of Haddon Town-
ship, and Curtis J., (Tricia) of
Alexandria, Va.
Also survived by 12 grandchil-
dren, 10 great grandchildren, and
her brother, James Ludwigsen,
(Joan) of Cape May.
Memorial donations in Cle-
vengers name may be made to
Haddon Fire Company No. 1, 15 N.
Haddon Avenue, Haddonfield,
08033.
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Direct: 856.642.8742
Ashley Ct, Moorestown $499,900
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of Stanwick Glen on this 1.51 acre dream lot. Beautiful
and private cul-de-sac location. Properties like this do
not come around very often. Public water and sewer.
Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
Erin Blank
Salesperson, ASP
www.ErinBlank.com
Direct: 856.642.8046
MOORESTOWN $2,249,900
2.86 acres of privacy. Custom 6,000-12,000 sq. ft. home w/
4-6 Br, 3.5-5.5 ba. can be finished to accommodate your
family. 3 car heated gar. & workshop area, 600 sq ft. deck,
walkout bsmnt oversized kit, elevator, radiant floor heating.
Floor to ceiling windows overlooking backyard.
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Lovely colonial on quiet tree-lined street, one block from the Riverton Country
Club golf course. 4 bedrooms, one and one-half baths. Original stained wood-
work and doors in great condition. Hardwood floors under carpet. Spacious
rooms. Enclosed sun porch. Full unfinished basement / 7 ceiling. Finished
attic could be office, den or a fifth bedroom. One car garage w/ workshop.
Mike Vittese
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Direct: 856.265.3936
800 Main Sreet, Riverton $499,000
Fantastic price, fantastic home in historic Riverton! Distinctive Colonial Revival. 5 bdr/3 full/
2 half baths. Well-maintained, desirable location, classic architectural details, in-ground pool,
2 car garage. 2nd floor solarium, wrap around porch. 200 amp electrical service and energy
efficient tankless waterheater. Elegant room proportions, unusual built-ins, chestnut wood-
work. Walk to shops and park. Perfect venue for Rivertons famous 4th of July Parade!
101 Augusta Drive, Moorestown $749,999
Located in the Laurel Creek Country Club. Entryway invites you to 2 stry entry. Million dollar views, nes-
tles up to 7th hole. Flr to ceiling 2 sided gas fp. Custom cabinetry in MBR, library & more. 1st flr mstr
ste w/his & hers walk-in closets. Conservatory stretches out over paver patio. Open flr plan. Artist
painted walls. Kit has neutral granite countertops w/break nook. Recessed dimmer lighting t/o. Bsmnt
features high 9 ceiling. Panoramic views across pond to 7th green. Location, Location, Location!
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Reduced by almost $28,000! Excellent value! 3 beds, 2 full baths, Maines brick Cape Cod Home
is well situated on quiet, tree-lined street. Timeless, sophisticated home has been updated w/
elegant Newer Kit featuring Granite, "Subway" Tile Backsplash &Stainless Appliances. Gleaming
Hardwood Floors, Anderson Windows & Newer Paint add to the"I can just move in" feeling. Fin
bsmnt provides wonderful space for Home Office or Playroom. Lovely paver patio & 1 car gar.
147 W Central Ave, Moorestown
Warm and Welcoming. This updated 3 bedroom 2.5 bath Craig Lord built colo-
nial offers the updated you want with the charm you expect. Hardwood floors
add warmth to this already sun drenched home and the family room addition
offers a fireplace and beautiful a stone floor. Granite, stainless steel appliances,
designer paints, deck, paver patio, and walking distance to town center.
207 Stephen Dr, Cinnaminson $249,999
Vacation at home in this 3 bedroom 2 bath home with heated Sylvan pool! Offer
beautiful cherry kitchen with newer appliance package, brick patio, newer roof
and windows, 2 zone A/C, detached garage and shed, hardwood floors, 3 season
room, den, and family room featuring a brick fireplace. A must see with so much
to offer. for more information contact Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
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Move in Ready: Custom expanded 2 story Cape. Spacious 1st flr br, 2 additional BDs &
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overlooking lawn. Upstairs-Could be 2nd floor Mstr en ste w/ br, Sitting area & Full Bath
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The following items can be
found on file with the Moorestown
Township Police Department:
A resident from the 300 block of
East Central Avenue reported to
police on Nov. 2 at 1:19 a.m. that a
suspicious person was in a back
yard.
The caller was unable to provide
a description of the subject. Pa-
trols checked the area and were
unable to locate anyone.
A resident from the 200 block of
North Lenola Road reported to po-
lice on Nov. 2 at 9:11 p.m. that four
men were running from a com-
mercial building. The suspects en-
tered a four-door, dark sedan and
left the area.
A resident from the 100 block of
Chester Avenue reported to police
on Nov. 8 at 3:41 p.m. a theft of two
aluminum ladders from a back-
yard sometime in the past two
weeks.
One ladder was 36-feet long and
the other was 24-feet long.
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8 Leeds Rd, Moorestown $2,059,000
Finely appointed Georgian Colonial in NW Estates offers 6 brs, 4 full & 3 half baths on
1.2 acres. 10 ceilings, plaster moldings, h/w floors, chefs kit, marble keystones & thresh
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236 S Church, Moorestown $324,900
The charm of days gone by but with all the modern amenities you hope for. Sit on the front
porch & watch the world go by, take a short walk to Memorial Field or stroll down-town for
dinner or shopping. Life doesn't get better than this! Newer kitchen, hardwood floors, large
yard, hardwood floors, wrap-around front porch, huge dining room & abundant character.
This home is move in ready. Location, price & charm a perfect combination!
2 Cobblestone Court, Moorestown $3,700,000
Secluded in remarkable enclave of custom homes, impeccable residence offers outstand-
ing details inside and out. Nestled on just over 3 wooded acres, this Country French estate
built by Gary Gardner is absolutely jaw dropping. 5 brs, 7.5 bas, 2 staircases, 6 f/ps,
5 zone Heat/AC, finished lower level, wine cellar & 3 car garage. Indoors flow out to blue-
stone terraces & broad lawn complete w/ pool, summer kitchen & cabana w/ full bath.
707 Thomas Ave, Riverton
Offering 5 bedrooms and 2.5 baths this home in historic Riverton offers all the charm
of days gone by. Totally renovated 7 years ago with large family room, kitchen, and
MBR addition added. This home offers 2 zone heat and air, 2nd floor laundry, garage,
walk to park and restaurants. Enjoy all that Riverton has to offer. Truly the best of old
and new. For additional information contract Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
124 Country Club, Moorestown $794,900
Stunning resort style living! Laurel Creek expanded Cornell model-backyard features cov-
ered porch w/ mahogany ceiling, bar w/ island & stone fireplace, Sylvan pool w/ waterfall &
spa. Summer kit (Viking) Niles audio system & half bath. Play yard is fenced separately from
the pool. Inside--glamourous renovated kitchen w/ granite, Thermador/Viking applicances &
new 42" cabinets. Large conservatory, 3 car gar, full bsmnt, 4 beds, 2 full & 2 half baths.
747 Golf View, Moorestown $995,000
5 br, 4.5 home nestled on an acre located on a desirable street. Mstr BR on 1st flr; or on 2nd?
5 spacious brs, (2 on 1st flr, 3 on 2nd flr) provides plenty of versatility. Renovated eat-in kit fea-
turing 5 burner Wolf range, granite, farmhouse sink & breakfast room opens to spacious brick
& bluestone terrace w/ builtin BBQ. Great room has wall of windows overlooking green lawn.
Spacious DR & welcoming LR w/ f/p featuring marble surround. 2 car gar, bsmnt & newer roof.
18 Paddock, Cinnaminson $649,900
5 brs, 2.5 bas. "Cornerstone" Kit, Limestone Counters, 6 burner Dacor stove, Dacor double
ovens, Subzero, Asco d/w, Butlers pantry w/ d/w, wine cooler & icemaker. Library w/ Cherry
Built-Ins, LR has 2 Gas f/ps that opens to sunroom w/ coffered ceiling & walls of windows.
Mstr en-Suite has walk-in closet, gas f/p & renovated ba. 4 other brs, 1 br/office w/ f/p & cus-
tom built-ins. Fin 3rd Flr w/ Game Area & Cedar Closet. Front & Back Staircase, 2 car garage.
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1003 Westfield Rd, Moorestown
Amazing Southern Colonial is exquisite at every turn! Offering 4 bedrooms and
4.5 baths, this impressive light filled home also offers 3 fireplaces, hardwood floors,
morning and family room with brick floors, in-ground pool, cedar shake roof, 3 car
garage, and amazing gardens and potting shed. You don't want to miss this excep-
tional property. For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-642-8742.
107 Lippincott Ave, Riverton $399,900
Appreciate this lovely 4 bedroom home on an estate like setting just a
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offering hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, newer heat, sleeping porch, large
rooms, and 100 years of history. Enjoy all that this home and town has
to offer! Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
400 N Stanwick Rd, Moorestown $549,000
Just under an acre & in-town location--walk to Main St, schools & fields. Lndscpd garden,
4 br, 3 full bas & 1/2 ba home ensures room for all. Custom details-3 f/ps, built-ins, 1st flr mstr
option, FR w/ cath ceil & sauna. Spacious 2nd floor addition. Sliding doors lead to deck over-
looking private yard. H/W, neutral fresh paints t/o, new roof, newer hot water htr & furnace.
Fenced in-yard w/ brick patio & potting shed. Storage in bsmnt. Call Joan Delaney at 266-0588.
Ashley Ct, Moorestown $599,000
Beautiful 2.01 acre lot in the neighborhood of Stanwick
Glen. This private cul-de-sac location sits next to township
open space. Public water and sewer. Build your dream
home in an wonderful neighborhood close to schools. Call
Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
11 Saratoga Springs Dr., Cinnaminson $519,900
Beautiful 4 bedroom 2.5 bath home in Meadowview. Elegant
appointments and upgrades found throughout this lovely home.
Hardwood floors, 2 story stone F/P, granite, finish basement, profes-
sionally landscaped, and so much more. Call Joan DeLaney direct
for more information at 856-266-0588.
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HUGE PRICE REDUCTION! 6 br 6.5 ba brick colonial on 2 acres offering pool w/ waterfall,
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cellar w/ cherry walls & doors, stone strs, wine racks, friges & cntr isle. Kit offers sideXside
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Exceptional Maines built home offering 5 bedrooms, 4 full, and 2 half baths. 4 fireplaces,
hardwood floors, huge 2nd floor master suite and dining room additions, first floor bed-
room with full bath and sitting room, family room addition with brick floor and lovely large
sun room overlooking beautiful 1 acre property with 2 ponds and waterfall. This is a must
see home. For additional information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
325 E Central, Moorestown $675,000
Elegant home is nestled on just under 1/2 acre in the heart of town. 5 brs, 3 full bas, (one
bed & full bath located on 1st floor), allow plenty of flexibility & room for all. Features cus-
tom built-ins, 2 f/ps, gleaming h/w & cherry kit make this home special. All baths have been
updated & rooms are tastefully & graciously appointed. Large family/great room w/ its cozy
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accepting applications for the up-
coming heating season, which
runs now through April 30.
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eral program, which provides
low-income households with
money to help pay their heating
bills and makes provisions for
emergency heating system servic-
es and emergency fuel assistance.
The application can also be used
to apply for the Universal Service
Fund Program (USF), which is a
state-funded initiative to help
make natural gas and electric
heating bills more affordable for
low-income households.
During these tough economic
times, many New Jersey house-
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their bills. They shouldnt have to
make a choice over whether to
pay their heating bill or some
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If heating is a concern this win-
ter, families should take advan-
tage of this invaluable program
and submit their applications as
soon as possible.
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rectly or included in the rent, and
have a gross income at or below
200 percent of the federal poverty
level.
To be eligible for USF benefits,
a household must have a gross in-
come at or below 175 percent of
the federal poverty level, and pay
more than 3 percent of its annual
income for electric or natural gas.
If a household has electric heat, it
must spend more than 6 percent
of its annual income on electrici-
ty to be eligible. Assistance to-
ward heating costs depends on in-
come, household size, fuel type,
and heating region.
To learn how to apply for LI-
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their area, listed at
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DCA website. For persons age 60
or older, or who are disabled, ap-
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By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
Theres one in New York, one
in New Hampshire, and one soon
to be built in Connecticut, so
why isnt there one in Washing-
ton, D.C.? Thats what
Moorestown resident Judith
Young, former president of the
Gold Star Mothers, and U.S. Rep.
Jon Runyan, R-N.J., want to find
out.
Runyan and Young travelled
to Washington, D.C., earlier this
month to testify before the Natu-
ral Resources Subcommittee on
National Parks, Forests and Pub-
lic Lands.
The hearing covered multiple
pieces of legislation, including
Runyans bill, H.R. 1980, the Gold
Star National Monument Act of
2011, to establish a Gold Star
Mothers National Monument in
or around Washington.
Judith Young has tirelessly
led the charge for a national
monument to honor Gold Star
Mothers, Runyan said. It is
only right that she was invited to
testify before the subcommittee
on national parks, forests and
public lands. Gold Star Mothers
honor the mothers of our fallen
war fighters.
American Gold Star Mothers,
Inc., is an organization of
women who have lost either a
son or daughter in service of our
country.
Young was a past president of
the organization from 2005 to
2006, she said. Her son Jeff
Young was killed in action on
Oct. 23, 1983 while serving in
Beirut as a Marine Corps ser-
geant.
A park in the township was re-
named as the Jeff Young Memo-
rial Park in his honor.
A representative from Run-
yans office, Andrew Fasoli, said
he was confident the measure
would successfully move out of
the subcommittee.
Young, who has been trying to
have a monument built in D.C.
since 2007, was more even keeled
on the future of the monument.
The group ran up against
some opposition, she said, but
she was confident that the speed
bumps could be smoothed over.
Young said her group doesnt
want the monument built on the
National Mall, which several
members of the opposition had
originally thought.
Its much more difficult to pe-
tition for the construction of a
monument on the mall, she said.
I think there are a few things
we can iron out here and work
out so we can get this through. I
really need to get this through
this time, because each attempt
takes up so much time, Young
said. Were also working on
pitching this to a few senators to
try and introduce it to the sen-
ate. I think once we get past this
well be alright.
Young has successfully lob-
bied Manchester, N.H., Kent, N.Y.
and Hartford, Conn. to allow the
construction of a monument in
their communities.
It would be great to have one
here in the state, Young said, but
seeing one in Washington, D.C.,
would be her ultimate goal.
Our grandchildren are sixth
generation here in Moorestown.
Moorestown is a very special
place for us, Young said. It
would be great to have a monu-
ment in New Jersey, but I really
dont have enough time to try
and get one for the state.
Young and her family trav-
elled up to Harford recently for
the dedication of the newest
Gold Star Mothers monument.
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Kathy Williams, regional vice
president of Weichert, Realtors,
is pleased to report that she, along
with 20 other riders representing
Weichert, Realtors South Jersey
region, recently participated in
the annual Bike MS: City to Shore
Ride to benefit the National Mul-
tiple Sclerosis Society.
The event, organized by the
Greater Delaware Valley Chapter
of the National MS Society, took
place over two days on Sept. 25
and 26 and featured over 7,000 cy-
clists of all ages and cycling abili-
ties. The funds raised during the
event go to support research, pro-
grams and services for people
with multiple sclerosis in the
Greater Delaware Valley region.
The Weichert, Realtors team,
organized by team captain Jen-
nean Veale of the Marlton office,
included representatives from the
Moorestown, Medford, Marlton
and Cherry Hill offices. Together,
they raised in excess of $4,800 to
benefit the more than 13,000 local
residents living with MS.
My team and I are honored to
participate in an event that helps
battle this devastating and unpre-
dictable disease, said Williams.
Multiple sclerosis is a silent dis-
ease that routinely goes undiag-
nosed, and the Bike MS: City to
Shore Ride is an excellent oppor-
tunity to support families in our
area that are struggling with it.
By participating in this notewor-
thy event, it is our sincere hope
that we will help draw attention
to this wonderful organization
that is so diligently working to
find a cure.
Special to The Sun
Representatives from the Moorestown, Medford, Marlton and Cherry Hill offices of Weichert, Realtors
took part in the annual Bike MS: City to Shore Ride to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. To-
gether they raised in excess of $4,800 to benefit the more than 13,000 local residents living with MS.
Realtors pedal to battle MS
Sophia Gilfillan, 10, completed
her Suzuki Method Book 1 grad-
uation requirements by per-
forming a solo piano recital at
Moorestown School of Music on
Oct. 22.
Gilfillan played the entire
book from memory and complet-
ed the performance with Ecos-
saise by J.N. Hummel.
Sophia studies piano at
Moorestown School of Music
with Anne Jadwin using the
Suzuki method, which nurtures
the students ability through en-
couragement and praise.
Sophias parents, Maria and
Anthony Gilfillan hosted a re-
ception after the recital and
commented about Sophias expe-
riences learning piano.
It has been a wonderful expe-
rience. MSM has taught her so
much, they said
Moorestown School of Music
has provided Suzuki music in-
struction in South Jersey since
1998.
Individual and group lessons
are given in cello, piano and vio-
lin.
Music Together, a preschool
music program for children
birth through kindergarten, is
offered six days a week.
The school is located at 301
Union St., in Moorestown.
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In a brief ceremony held in the
Moorestown Friends Meeting-
house, 11-year-old Karina Santos,
a fifth-grader at the Upper Ele-
mentary School and a member of
FEP, the Friends Enrichment Pro-
gram for underserved
Moorestown children, was recog-
nized and honored as the first re-
cipient of a Monique Begg Schol-
arship.
David Gamber, a member of
the Peace and Social Concerns
Committee of the Meeting, wel-
comed Karina and presented her
with the award.
Established this year by the
Peace and Social Concerns Com-
mittee of the Meeting to recog-
nize Monique Beggs compas-
sionate and steadfast commit-
ment to serve the young people of
Moorestown, this scholarship is
merit-based and is to be awarded
annually to a member of FEP. To
be selected, a child must treat oth-
ers with love and respect, act re-
sponsibly, be a model of appropri-
ate behavior, and show eagerness
to learn and take full advantage of
the enrichment opportunities
that FEP provides. Hopefully, the
children worthy of this award
will become caring adults and
ambassadors of peace in their
families and in their communi-
ties.
Said Monique Begg, chair of
FEP, Karina was selected among
other contenders because she
epitomizes the qualities of heart,
mind, and soul that we seek to
nurture in our young people. She
is kind, considerate and caring,
and she works diligently and joy-
fully as a participant in FEP ac-
tivities as well as in pursuit of
her goal as an aspiring musician.
She understands that to succeed
in life to the best of ones ability,
one must be willing to work
hard.
Karina studies the violin at
school and at Perkins Conservato-
ry of Music, where she takes pri-
vate music lessons from violin
teacher Debbie Amsterdam.
Her conservatory lessons are
paid through a partnership agree-
ment between Perkins and FEP.
Amsterdam attended the cere-
mony.
Karina is a serious student of
the violin. She has never missed a
lesson. She brings to each lesson
a concentration, seriousness and
musical talent, which makes
every lesson highly productive
and joyful. She has told me that
she practices at home after her
lesson. Her willingness to work
hard and her ability to focus on a
task will serve her well in her mu-
sical pursuits and in other as-
pects of her life. It is clear that
Karina loves music and is devot-
ed to the violin, Amsterdam
said. Her parents fully support
her love of the violin; and she
brings that sense of love and sup-
port with her to every lesson. In
addition, this wonderful student
has on several occasions ex-
pressed to me her gratitude for
her lessons. She is truly an excep-
tional young person.
FEP offers scholarships and
other opportunities conducive to
good growth and development to
financially qualifying
Moorestown children.
Contributions in any amount
are always welcomed and grate-
fully accepted.
Karina Santos first recipient of Begg Scholarship
11-year-old fifth-grader honored with ceremony at Moorestown Friends
Gilfillan meets graduation
requirements on piano
10-year-old is Moorestown School of Music student
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hunger awareness in South Jer-
sey by participating in the Gift
Cards for Hunger Campaign.
From now through Dec. 31,
purchase a PREIT Mall Ameri-
can Express Gift Card at Cherry
Hill Mall or Moorestown Mall to
donate to the Food Bank of
South Jersey. For a minimum of
$20 to a maximum of $300, shop-
pers can purchase a gift card for
donation at Cherry Hill Malls
guest service center or
Moorestown Malls customer
service center.
The Food Bank of South Jer-
sey will use these funds to pur-
chase food and other items to
help needy families this holiday
season.
Spending a little extra for a
gift card donation can go a long
way for the less-fortunate fami-
lies of South Jersey. The Food
Bank of South Jersey makes it
possible for feeding programs
throughout Burlington, Camden,
Gloucester and Salem counties
to operate. It accounts for 75 per-
cent of the food used by pantries,
57 percent of kitchens food and
48 percent of shelters food.
In addition to the Gift Cards
for Hunger Campaign,
Moorestown Mall will host its
Second-Annual Businesses
Branch Out Against Hunger
holiday tree-decorating competi-
tion, which also supports the
Food Bank of South Jersey. More
information to come about this
event, which will be held Nov. 18
through Dec. 31.
Founded in 1985, the Food
Bank of South Jersey is a
501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
whose mission is to help elimi-
nate hunger and malnutrition in
four counties of southern New
Jersey - Burlington, Camden,
Gloucester and Salem. In the
26th year of community service,
the Food Bank of South Jersey
continues to serve as an agent for
effective food rescue and charita-
ble food distribution in southern
New Jersey. Since its inception,
they have provided more 100 mil-
lion pounds of food the equiva-
lent of 76 million meals to thou-
sands of families, seniors, indi-
viduals, and children in need.
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Come and make music with
the Moorestown School of
Music on Tuesday, Nov. 29 at
10:30 a.m. or Wednesday, Dec. 7
at 9:30 a.m.
Moorestown School of Music
will offer two special Music To-
gether classes for free. This
gives families the opportunity to
determine if they wish to regis-
ter for the winter semester.
Music Together classes for
preschoolers and their parents
or caregivers are a fun-packed
45 minutes worth of songs, nurs-
ery rhymes, instrumental jam
sessions, fingerplays and move-
ment activities, promising to
bring musical delight to any pre-
schooler.
Parents will enjoy knowing
these activities are research-
based and support children in
developing tonal and rhythmic
competence.
The school is located at 301
Union St., Moorestown, and par-
ents or caregivers of preschool-
ers (ages 0 to 5) should call to re-
serve their place in the one of
the classes. Space is limited.
Call Moorestown School of
Music at 235-7565 or visit
www.msmnj.org for more infor-
mation.
Make Music
Together at
these classes
Stop by the mall to make a donation
to the Food Bank of South Jersey
Donations help to fight hunger during the holidays
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856-341-4861
HVAC
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Call Dan DaConti (856) 222-1226
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3 DS LAWN SERVICE (856) 979-1303
FALL SPECIALS
Thatch/Aerate/Seed (Up to 10,000 sq. ft.) ......$425
Fall Leaf Clean Ups.....................................Starting at $99
Gutter Cleaning...................1 story $75 .....2 Story $95
Pressure Washing...............1 story $145 ...2 Story $175
Roofing
Home Improvement
JAMCO Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
Celebrating our 25th year!
Replacements & Upgrades Additions & Renovations
New Home Construction Service & More
(856) 488-2299 Call for a FREE estimate!
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and save 40-60% off retail.
Call Jerseys Home Store
at 856-931-0890, or visit us M-Sat 10-6 at
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Not valid with other offers or prior services.
Offer expires 12/7/11.
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609-481-8886
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Serving all
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Specializing in Math & Science
at the high school & college level
SAT & ACT Test Prep
Individualized to address the specific
needs of your student.
609-206-5364
BARBARA BOLAND
TUTORING
Tutoring
READING ASSISTANCE
AVAILABLE
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ADHD, Language-
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Call Ellen G. Topiel
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The combination Front End Developer/Graphic Artist position will
work closely with the Digital Media Manager and Art Director.
The Front End Developer will be needed to enhance existing websites, build
new websites and any other work associated with the building of the Elauwit
brand. Tasks can be day to day or based solely upon projects, which will mainly
include the following:
WordPress Theming/Development
Deployment of new Wordpress sites
Improving existing Wordpress sites
Ability to create/implement design with/without direction
DESIRED SKILLS:
Front End Developer/Graphic Artist
HTML/CSS (by-hand, standards-
compliant, with strong under-
standing of cross-browser /
cross-platform issues)
Good knowledge of JavaScript,
PHP, MySQL
Experience with frameworks like
jQuery
Experience with Quark XPress,
Photoshop (Illustrator, a plus)
Good communication skills
Strong time management skills
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Works well together
The Graphic Artist will be needed to build and manipulate ads for the
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MOORESTOWN 4 br, 2.5 bath Colonial on in-town cul de sac street. Formal
living room w/ double sided f/p, Lge country kitchen w/eating area, f/p, sliders
to patio. MBR w/ dressing rm, ensuite bathroom. Finished basement w/game
room and den, plus 2-car garage sprinkler system, mature landscaping. Walk
to Roberts Elem. School, Strawbridge Lake. $485,000
MOORESTOWN A Perfect 10! Feels like a
model home, this Cornell model in "the Hunt"
offers 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathrooms, a vaulted
foyer, gorgeous muted palette throughout,
family room with vaulted ceiling, fireplace, and
back stairway; MBR Suite with w20` walk-in
closet, Master Bath with Jacuzzi tub, stall
shower, finished lower level, Three car garage,
beautifully landscaped. with contoured paver
patio with pond at back, huge Open Space
area across street. $679,000.
202 W. Main St., Moorestown, NJ 08057
(856) 235-1950
MOORESTOWN Sprawling 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath split level with large treed lot and
screened porch overlooking inground pool w/brick patio. E.I. kitchen with breakfast
bar, 31` family room with brick fireplace. Two second level bathrooms with stone
floors and walls. Huge master offers sitting room, walk-in closet. Turned garage and
fenced yard, great neighborhood, Moorestown Schools. REDUCED: $489,950.
Susan Dannheim, ABR, CRS
DIRECT: (856) 495-6966
E-MAIL: Rltorsue1@aol.com
Weichert President's Club, Top 1% of Weichert Agents
Certified Relocation Specialist
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Susan Dannheim, ABR, CRS
DIRECT: (856) 495-6966
E-MAIL: Rltorsue1@aol.com
Weichert President's Club, Top 1% of Weichert Agents
Certified Relocation Specialist
Go To Moorestown-Homes-For-Sale.com
MOORESTOWN Exquisite 4 br, 3 ba custom contemp nestled in your own nature preserve!
29' fam rm w/win wall overlooking in-grd pool & lush vegetation. Euro-style kit opens to adj 24'
solarium w/views of pool/gazebo. Unique main br suite offers skylights/sliders to owner deck. 25
x 23 possible In-Law suite w/balcony views of pool. 3800 sq. ft. home includes a spacious media
room, stud & dr. 2-car garage & mature trees round out this exceptional opportunity. $525,000.
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lot with in-ground pool & patio. Prof. interior designer created Large foyer with teak floors, cast
crown moldings, custom silk moir in several rooms. EIK, huge addition with vaulted ceilings,
suitable for office, media room, or In-law suite. Enjoy large family room, sunroom, sumptuous
master bedroom suite with large dressing area, twin walk in closets and more. $790,000.
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236 West Route 38, Suite 110
Moorestown, NJ 08057
Rare rancher with a loft
1 BR, 1 BA, Mt. Laurel $129,000
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Privacy and Convenience!! That's what this 4BR,
4BA expanded Cape Cod gives you in desirable
Moorestown. Over 3 acres of gardens, streams, woods
and mature landscaping. A must see! Call Linda Oliver
856-296-4392.
ALLIANCE
10 West Main Street Moorestown, NJ 08057
813 Matlack Drive, Moorestown $1,375,000
Maines built blend of modern luxury and a 16th century
Roman villa. Open floor plan with spacious kitchen for
family cooking & entertaining, magnificent custom wood-
work throughout 1st fl, 5BR, 4.5BA, slate patio, private
gardens, 3 car garage. Call Linda Oliver 609-296-4392.
100 Lippincott Avenue, Riverton $669,000
Take a step back in time with this Grand Old Lady
built in 1878. This 5bedroom 2.5 bath Victorian
has been meticulously maintained and updated with
all of todays amenities. Call Kimberly Perkins 609-
504-1256.
14 Leeds Road, Moorestown $1,360,000
Enjoy entertaining? This wide-open, natural light
home is for you! Steward Maines built this classic
brick and limestone colonial home in prestigious
Northwest Estates with too many amenities to
mention. Call Pamela Engle 609-332-7513.

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Kimberly Perkins
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Linda Oliver
Sales Associate,
Realtor
Pam Engle
Broker Associate,
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Each office is independently owned and operated
126 Oakmont Drive, Moorestown $799,999
PRICE REDUCED! Beautiful 5BR, 3.5 BA Harvard Model
on the golf course with unobstructed views! Freshly
painted and new carpeting throughout. Large bedrooms,
eat-in kitchen, hot tub and morning room overlooking
the golf course. Call Diana Taglianetti 609-230-2197.
Diana Taglianetti
Sales Associate,
Realtor
608 E. 2nd Street, Moorestown $739,000
Exquisite 5 yr. young executive home with cul-de-sac
location within walking distance to town! This 4BR,
3.5BA contemporary features cherry cabinets, granite
countertops, custom tile backsplash and that's only the
kitchen! A must see! Call Steven Plant 856-316-8497.
Steven Plant
Sales Associate,
Realtor
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EVESHAM
NESTLED AMONG GIANT TREES
Impeccable 4 bedroom, 3 bath
colonial with an open and airy
floor plan. Gourmet kitchen
with granite, all baths updated,
master suite with walk-in
closet and lavish bath.
Beautiful private deck, patio
and quaint storage shed.
$399,900
MOORESTOWN
DESIRABLE LOCATION
Sweeping pond views
enhance this spacious end
unit in prestigious Windrow
Clusters. Features include
a first or second floor master
suite, sunken living room with
handsome fireplace and
formal dining room.
$655,000
MOORESTOWN
ELEGANCE REMEMBERED
Situated on a double lot in the
heart of town, this fabulous
6 bedroom, 4.5 bath home
has been restored to
perfection offering every
modern amenity. Extensive
millwork, 4 fireplaces and
newer zoned heat and A/C.
$1,975,000
HAINESPORT
SPACE GALORE
Sited at the end of a
cul-de-sac is this spacious
4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home.
Features include a 2-story
foyer, rear stairs, study, vault-
ed ceiling family room, master
bedroom with sitting room
and walk-out basement.
$599,000
MOORESTOWN
COMFORTABLE GRANDEUR
The elegant styling of this
beautifully appointed home,
tucked away on a cul-de-sac,
blends luxurious detail with
uncompromised design. Enjoy
the private court yard, sump-
tuous first floor master suite
and so much more.
$1,185,000
MOORESTOWN
WELL-ESTABLISHED LOCATION
Located in the heart of
North Riding Estates, this
spacious 2-story home backs
to private wooded views.
First floor office, bright
sunroom addition with
new kitchen with granite
counter tops and island.
$499,900
CINNAMINSON
OLD HOME LOVERS AND INVESTORS
This estate home, built in
1910, is sited on almost
3 acres with the probability
of 3 additional building lots.
Enjoy 5 fireplaces, exquisite
millwork, magnificent
staircase and guest house
with separate utilities.
$749,000
RIVERTON
UNBELIEVEABLE PRICE
This beautiful 4 bedroom
updated colonial has 3 floors
of living space plus a finished
basement and newer central
air. Relax this fall on the spa-
cious front porch or large rear
deck and enjoy the charming
community atmosphere.
$235,000
MOORESTOWN
HOME OF TRADITIONS
Circa 1907 sophisticated
Tudor home with original
chestnut woodwork and a
grand dining room with built-
ins. Finished 3rd floor is com-
plete with full bath, office and
a sprawling family room that
could be used as au pair suite.
$829,000
H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
CINNAMINSON
GREAT VALUE
Four bedroom home and
successful beauty salon for
over 45 years being sold.
Would make an ideal dentist
or attorney`s office or many
other types of business oppor-
tunities could locate here.
$269,900
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CINNAMINSON
LIGHT, BRIGHT, EASY LIVING
Welcome to this
charming Cape Cod
home! The kitchen has been
remodeled, windows replaced,
heat and air only 6 years old.
The exterior is vinyl sided,
3 bedrooms, 2 full baths all
meticulously maintained.
$239,900
MOORESTOWN
PRIVATE CUSTOM ESTATE
The long tree-lined drive
enhances the grandeur of this
5 bedroom, 5+ bath home
situated on 6+ acres complete
with a lighted tennis court,
gazebo and spectacular private
pool with bluestone patio.
$3,699,000
MOORESTOWN
ARCHITECTURALLY SIGNIFICANT
Historically detailed,
this Victorian home built in
1865 is enriched with
exquisite details-7 fireplaces,
walnut millwork and plaster
mouldings. A fireplace with an
Eastlake mantel and Mercer
tile graces the parlor.
$749,000
MOORESTOWN
BRICK RANCHER
Enjoy one floor living in this
3 bedroom home situated on
over an acre of land. Large
open living room, formal
dining room, wood floors,
partial finished basement,
screened porch overlooking
the in-ground pool.
$329,000
CINNAMINSON
HISTORIC ~IVYSTONE
Step back in time as you enter
the private drive to the oldest
home in town where the
Flexible Flyer sled was born!
In addition to the main house,
this 4-acre parcel includes
2 barns, smoke house, 7-bay
garage/stall and pool.
$789,000
DELRAN
BARGAINS COME AND GO
First floor condo with rear
private wooded views.
Spacious 3 bedroom, 2 full
bath home located in desirable
Garden Club. Master suite
with walk-in closet and full
bath with stall shower.
$123,900
MOORESTOWN
SPACIOUS COLONIAL
Move right in to this light and
bright home in sought after
neighborhood. Skylights, open
floor plan and neutral dcor.
Hardwood floors, kitchen with
granite and finished basement.
End of cul-de-sac location.
$674,999
MOORESTOWN
PARK-LIKE SETTING
This lovely home offers
2.44 acres suitable for a
large gathering or Alfresco
dining in the privacy of your
own backyard. A perfectly
maintained Colonial
home with 5 bedrooms
and 3.5 baths.
$599,000
MOORESTOWN
SUBTLE ELEGANCE
This newer Maines built,
5 bedroom home bespeaks
a tradition of time honored
craftsmanship and impeccable
attention to detail. Features
include oak floors, two
staircases, WoodMode kitchen
and walk-up third level.
$1,399,000
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