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NICK COHEN/The Mt. Laurel Sun
Lindsey Manera of Lenape High School winds up and delivers in a game played earlier this season. Manera and the Lady Indians just finished
their most successful season, going 11-10 and making the NJSIAA tournament as a nine seed. Lenape was eliminated from the tournament
by Williamstown, losing 5-0.
Lady Indians finish strong season
By NICK COHEN
The Mt. Laurel Sun
After 10 years, six as head
coach, Jim Scott of Lenape High
School just enjoyed the most suc-
cessful season the Lady Indians
softball program has had in
many years.
He attributed the success to a
total team effort.
Weve always been a team
that prides itself on being defen-
sively sound, Scott said.
But this year, our pitching as
well as our offense really came to-
gether and became a strength.
The Lady Indians finished the
season 11-10 for their best record
in seven years.
They entered the NJSIAA
tournament as a No. 9 seed
their highest since the seeding
system began before losing to
Williamstown, 5-0.
The goal as a program is to
help these girls improve their
skill level, Scott said. We want
them to get better every day that
we work with them.
Beyond that, the goal set before
every season?
Winning, Scott said. Ulti-
mately, we want to win more
games than last year, than we
ever have.
This years team benefitted
from contributions not only from
seniors but underclassmen as
please see FRESHMAN, page 11
By NICK COHEN
The Mt. Laurel Sun
At a meeting on May 28, the Mt.
Laurel Board of Education chose
not to alter the school calendar
for the upcoming 2013-14 year.
The first day of class for all
eight schools in the district is
scheduled for Friday, Sept. 6. That
day also marks the second day of
one of the holiest days on the
Jewish calendar, Rosh Hashanah,
commonly known as the Jewish
New Year.
Much of the day is spent in
synagogue to allow introspection,
a time to look back at the mis-
takes of the past year and plan
changes to make in the new year.
Normally, the process of hav-
ing their child miss a day of
school and receive an excused ab-
sence is not an issue, but with it
being the first day of class, par-
ents were hoping to move the first
day to Monday, Sept. 9.
My son is worried. How can I
miss the first day of school? I
wont know where to go off the
bus, I wont know who my teach-
ers are. Thats why I am hoping
that this change will be made,
Deborah Hochberg, resident and
mother of two children enrolled
in the district, said.
Hochberg and other residents
in attendance were hopeful when
neighboring Evesham Township
elected to change its calendar to
accommodate the holiday, but Mt.
Laurels BOE did not see the need
to make any revisions.
In looking at past data, we
have noticed a significant num-
ber of absences on the first day of
Rosh Hashanah and the eve of
Passover, but not on the second
day of Rosh Hashanah, Superin-
tendent Antoinette Rath said.
Other board members ex-
pressed concern about adding an-
other day of school on the back
end of the calendar in June as it
may mean a lot of students miss-
ing the last day of school if it will
interfere with camps or vaca-
tions.
Also, if the school district was
forced to close due to inclement
weather, the school year could be
extended even longer.
Hochberg was surprised with
that justification.
Im stunned that they would
be more concerned with kids
missing the last day of school
rather than the first. I think it is
well known that nothing happens
on the last day of school,
Hochberg said.
And that students possibly
missing camp is a better reason to
not change the calendar does not
make sense.
Hochberg expressed in the
meeting that one of the reasons
her family chose to live in Mt.
Laurel was due to it being a di-
verse and understanding town-
ship.
This decision by the board now
has her questioning that.
Im really embarrassed by the
district and by the board,
Hochberg said. Its embarrass-
ing for them not to make this
change.
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The Mt. Laurel AARP Chapter
4003 is holding a bus trip to Havre
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on Thursday, June 27. Indulge in a
crab and chicken fest luncheon,
shop in antique and specialty
stores. See the Lockhouse Muse-
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Tour the historic and unusual
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have to be a member to attend
this unique trip. For reservations
or information, call Jean at 234-
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T
he unofficial start of summer
has come and gone. With Me-
morial Day weekend in the
rearview mirror, the focus now is on
brighter days ahead the beach, the
sun, vacations and relaxation. Presi-
dent Obama and Gov. Christie got in
the spirit last week when they toured
the Jersey Shore to assess the recovery
from Hurricane Sandy.
Even the weather is playing along,
with temperatures in the 90s last week,
and heat advisories being issued
throughout the region.
New Jersey coastal towns are hoping
and praying that the storm or other
outside forces does not affect the
summer season. And all New Jersey
residents should hope for the same, as
the summer Shore business is a huge
part of the states economy a $19 bil-
lion industry, or half of the states total
tourism revenue, according to esti-
mates.
The state is planning to spend $25
million in federal recovery money on
an advertising campaign to attract vis-
itors to the Shore. A campaign,
Stronger Than the Storm, with the
Twitter hashtag #STTS, promotes the
states coast in part by providing guide-
lines and tools for people looking to
plan a New Jersey beach vacation.
A recent AAA survey says that the
Shore will be just fine, as almost 80 per-
cent of people from New Jersey and
the Philadelphia region say that Hurri-
cane Sandy has not affected their sum-
mer travel plans to the Shore.
The proof will be in the pudding,
though, once turnout can be assessed.
So, as we said in this space a few
weeks ago, make sure you travel local
this summer and visit the states won-
derful beaches. Theyre cheap, theyre
close, and theyre a lot of fun.
And while youre doing it, dont for-
get about us, either. Send us your vaca-
tion photos, and well let all your
neighbors know just how much fun
youre having.
In the meantime, enjoy the sun!
Sun-splashed summer success?
Heres to hoping all goes well at the Jersey Shore
Dont forget about us!
While youre vacationing this summer,
dont forget about The Sun. Send us
your family or friend vacation photos,
and well show everyone in town.
Transit Locator App makes it easier to get around
Cross County Connection Transporta-
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This exclusive web application, devel-
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Transit Locators Key Application fea-
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WEDNESDAY June 5
Rotary Club of Mt. Laurel meeting:
12 P.M. at Laurel Creek Country
Club, 655 Old Centerton Rd. For
more information visit
www.mountlaurelrotary.org or
call (856) 234-7663.
Preschool storytime: Ages 3-5
10:30 a.m.-11:15 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.-
2:15 p.m., Mt. Laurel Library 100
Walt Whitman Ave. A fun-filled
session of stories, songs, and a
craft. Siblings are welcome. No
registration.
Storytime: 11 A.M. every Wednesday
at Kids Play Lounge in Mt. Laurel.
Come hear a new story every
week and then stay and play the
rest of the day! Call (856) 273-
9500 or visit www.kidsplay-
lounge.com for more information.
Crochet: Adults 18+. 1-3 p.m., Mt.
Laurel Library 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Learn to crochet or crochet
with new friends. Join craft
enthusiast Audrey Pache for cro-
cheting and conversation.
Novices and experts welcome.
Instruction available if needed.
No registration necessary. Please
bring your own knitting materi-
als.
Zoning and Planning Board meet-
ing: 7 p.m. in the courtroom at
Municipal Building, 100 Mt. Laurel
Road. Visit www.mountlaurel.com
for more information and to con-
firm meeting time.
Toastmasters Unity of Mount Lau-
rel meeting: 7 p.m. on first and
third Wednesdays at Unity
Church of Christ, 629 S. Church
St. For anyone interested in
developing community and lead-
ership skills. For more informa-
tion contact Gregory J. Bartz at
gbartz181@comcast.net or (609)
953-1603.
Moon tide seminar: 7 p.m. Hartford
School, 397 Hartford Road, Mt.
Laurel. Learn about the history
and folklore of the sea. Did you
know seashells have metaphysi-
cal properties?
Luncheon: 12:30 p.m. South Jersey
Section of National Council of
Jewish Women will hold its annu-
al installation luncheon at the
Brio Tuscan Grille, 500 Route 73
South, Marlton, NJ $30 per per-
son, RSVP by June 5. Checks
payable to NCJW and mail to Min-
nie Reiss, 202 Wharton Road, Mt.
Laurel. Meal selections will be
taken at the restaurant.
THURSDAY June 6
Tween advisory board: Grades 5-7.
6:30 p.m., Mt. Laurel Library 100
Walt Whitman Ave. Are you a
tween looking for something dif-
ferent to do? Pizza will be served.
FRIDAY June 7
Alexs Lemonade Stand: 11 a.m.-5
p.m. 5000 Crawford Place, Mt.
Laurel. The Hampton Inn Mt. Lau-
rel will host an Alexs Lemonade
Stand as part of the National
Lemonade Days fundraiser. In
addition the stand will include hot
dogs, pretzels, chips, and other
fun goodies.
SATURDAY June 8
Zumba: Ages 6-10. 11 a.m., Mt. Laurel
Library 100 Walt Whitman Ave.
Designed for kids, Zumbatomic
classes are rockin, high-energy
fitness-parties packed with spe-
cially choreographed, kid-friendly
routines and all the music kids
love. Parents are encouraged to
join their children for this fun
family experience. Please wear
comfortable clothing and sneak-
ers and bring a towel and water
bottle. Registration is required.
Yoga: Grade 4 and up. 1 p.m., Mt.
Laurel Library 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Certified yoga instructor
Debbie Bedi will teach the basics
of yoga in this special class for
tweens and teens. No experience
necessary, Just bring a mat or
towel and wear comfy clothes.
Registration required.
YMCA open house: 1:30 p.m. Mt.
Laurel YMCA, 59 Centerton
Road. Students and parents will
have the opportunity to meet the
Ys gymnastics instructors, see
the equipment and learn more
about the classes offered over
the summer.
SUNDAY June 9
Concert: 2 p.m., Mt. Laurel Library
100 Walt Whitman Ave. Shawn
Wyckoff (flute) and Maria Millar
(violin) will perform a rich blend
of classical and world music with
luxurious tone, technical mastery
and superb musicianship. These
Juilliard-trained musicians will
take you on a journey across bor-
ders, worlds and time with music
from around the world.
MONDAY June 10
Mt. Laurel Council meeting: 7:30
p.m. in the municipal court room,
Municipal Building, 100 Mt. Laurel
Road. Visit www.mountlaurel.com
for more information and to con-
firm meeting time.
Teen advisory board: Grades 7-12. 6
p.m., Mt. Laurel Library 100 Walt
Whitman Ave. Join the Mt. Laurel
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Library Teen Advisory Board.
You'll earn community service
hours by helping us to plan
events for teens, participate in
volunteer opportunities, and gen-
erally help make the library a bet-
ter place for teens. Pizza will be
served.
Friends of the Mt. Laurel Library
meeting: 7 p.m. on the second
Monday of the month at the
library. For more information visit
www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us or call
(856) 234-7319.
Crochet: Adults 18+. 7 p.m., Mt. Lau-
rel Library 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Learn to crochet or crochet
with new friends. Join craft
enthusiast Audrey Pache for cro-
cheting and conversation.
Novices and experts welcome.
Instruction available if needed.
No registration necessary. Please
bring your own knitting materi-
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TUESDAY June 11
Meditation: 7 p.m. Mt. Laurel
Library 100 Walt Whitman Ave.
Join an experienced meditation
instructor and achieve relaxation
of your mind and body. Wear
comfortable clothes, try not to
eat a big meal before class and
bring a mat or towel. (If you pre-
fer not to sit on the floor, you may
sit on a chair.) No registration
needed.
Mt. Laurel I BNI Chapter meeting:
7:30 to 9 a.m. at Marcos Restau-
rant at Indian Spring C.C., 115
South Elmwood Dr.
Mt. Laurel Historical Society
meeting: 7 p.m. at Farmers Hall,
intersection of Hainesport Mt.
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Freshman Lady Indians
went 14-0 in historic season
well.
We had a solid team from top
to bottom, three seniors in the
starting lineup to a good core
group of juniors, as well as some
sophomores contributing, Scott
said.
One of those juniors, pitcher
Lindsey Manera, was a big part
of the success.
Lindsey really put it together
for us and had a great year, Scott
said. She put us in a position to
win every time she pitched.
Seniors Paige Lillie, Lindsey
Modugno and Brittany Simonka
provided the leadership the team
needed to foster its success.
Well have big holes to fill
next year, Scott said. Paige has
been my cleanup hitter for years.
Lindsey is our starting right
fielder, and Brittany holds down
second base for us. None of them
is easy to replace.
Lucky for Scott, the future of
the Lenape softball program
looks bright following the fresh-
man teams historic season.
The freshman Lady Indians
went 14-0, outscoring their oppo-
nents 220-25 while averaging 16
runs scored per game. As a team
they batted .446 with an on-base
percentage of .600.
They only trailed for three in-
nings all season. But dont just
credit the offense; the pitching
staff had a combined ERA of 1.70
while allowing only nine walks
all season.
Ive never seen a team like
this one, freshman coach Eric
Krastek said. This truly was a
memorable season.
We knew before the season
that, even though these girls were
only freshmen, they knew what
they were doing, Scott said. We
figured out pretty early that they
could play but we couldnt antici-
pate that level of success.
With another class graduating
in just a few weeks and a new one
entering in the fall, the routine
doesnt change for Scott and his
staff going forward.
Theyll continue to work to en-
sure that next season is even bet-
ter than this one.
Our team will keep develop-
ing well.
Well continue to put the work
in and make sure that the level of
success remains consistent.
Scott said.
FRESHMAN
Continued from page 1
The following reports are on
file with the Mt. Laurel Police De-
partment:
While responding to a request
for assistance from the Knights
Inn management on Route 73, Mt.
Laurel Police arrested a 21-year-
old man, of the 500 block of West
Church Road, King of Prussia, on
May 21 for possession of marijua-
na. He was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana (under 50
grams) and possession of drug
paraphernalia. He was served
with criminal complaints and re-
leased pending a municipal court
hearing.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 45
year old man, of the 100 block of
Jillian Boulevard, Parsippany, on
May 21 for being a disorderly per-
son at the Aloft hotel on Fellow-
ship Road. He was served with
criminal complaints and released
pending a municipal court hear-
ing.
A resident of the 100 block of
Camber Lane reported a theft by
deception. The incident occurred
on May 7, at 9 a.m. at an out-of-
state bank. A check in the amount
of $20 was fraudulently cashed
using the victims checking ac-
count number.
A resident of the 1600 block of
Denham Court reported the theft
of medication. The incident oc-
curred between noon on May 18
and 1 p.m. on May 19. The medica-
tion was valued at an undeter-
mined amount. No force was used
to enter the residence.
A resident of the unit block of
Longbridge Drive reported a tres-
passing to a residence. The inci-
dent occurred on May 23, at 4:49
a.m. An unidentified person was
heard leaving the residence. Noth-
ing was reported disturbed or
missing.
An employee of Erics Lawn
Care on Mt. Laurel Road reported
a theft from a vehicle. The inci-
dent occurred between the
evening of May 22, and 7:41 a.m.,
May 23. Landscaping equipment,
valued at approximately $2,500
was taken. Entry was gained by
breaking a window. Damage is es-
timated at $300.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 31-
year-old man, of the 100 block of
East Main Street, Moorestown, on
May 23 for shoplifting a $95 per-
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Poore, a Philadelphia resident,
focuses his practice in general lit-
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and Pennsylvania.
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Library board
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regularly scheduled board meet-
ing on June 19 has been resched-
uled and will take place on
Wednesday, June 26 at 6 p.m.
The meeting will take place in
the Mt. Laurel Room of the li-
brary, 100 Walt Whitman Avenue,
Mt. Laurel.
The remaining 2013 meeting
dates will stay the same as ap-
proved at the Jan. 16 reorganiza-
tion meeting: July 17, Aug. 21
(tentative), Sept. 18, Oct. 16, Nov.
20, Dec. 18 and Jan. 15, 2014.
2013 officers for the Library
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Kramer, president; Kathleen
Riley, vice president; Noreen Duf-
fey, treasurer; and Kimberly Plas-
ket, secretary.
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Irwin Edelson, Town Councils
representative; Margaret Haynes,
Superintendent of Schools rep-
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Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 43-
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Street at 9:14 p.m. and charged
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year-old man, of the 100 block of
Farnwood Road, on May 25, for
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while intoxicated and released
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year-old man, of the 6400 block of
Maple Avenue, Pennsauken, on
May 25 for receiving stolen prop-
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complaints and released pending
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Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 29-
year-old man, of the 1300 block of
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a 25-year-old woman, of the 5200
block of Kings Highway, Brook-
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and criminal mischief at the CVS
on Route 38. Both were released
on $3,500 bail.
A member of the YMCA on
Centerton Road reported the theft
of a bag and contents from the
basketball court area. The inci-
dent occurred on May 25, between
1:45 and 2 p.m. The items were val-
ued at more than $620.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a
Maple Shade juvenile on May 25
for a CDS offense. He was turned
over to his parents.
A resident of the 800 block of
Country Club Parkway reported a
theft from an unlocked vehicle.
The incident occurred between
12:30 p.m., May 24, and 1:45 p.m.,
May 25. Medication and cash, val-
ued at approximately $260, was
taken.
A resident of the 200 block of
Roberts Lane reported the theft of
a Radio Flyer Wagon. The inci-
dent occurred on May 26, between
11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. The wagon
is valued at $100.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 35-
year-old man, of the 900 block of
River Road, Camden, on May 27,
for driving while intoxicated. He
was stopped on Route 38 at 3:05
a.m. and charged with driving
while intoxicated and released
pending a municipal court hear-
ing.
A resident of the unit block of
West Azalea Lane reported a
stolen vehicle. The incident oc-
curred between noon May 26 and
8:49 a.m. May 27. A 1997 Honda
Civic, valued at $3,000, was taken.
A resident of the 100 block of
Farnwood Road reported a bur-
glary and theft to a residence. The
incident occurred on May 26, be-
tween 5 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Entry
was gained by forcing the rear
window.
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ly $2,200, was taken.
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hired by the Burlington Town-
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served in the classroom and as a
guidance counselor.
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for 15 years. She currently super-
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arts.
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responsibilities, she has served as
the district Public Relations Coor-
dinator for the past seven years.
Scott works with community
faith-based partners and col-
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bringing together faith-based
community leaders, school-com-
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build and strengthen partner-
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association.
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Jersey Principals and Supervi-
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her responsibilities, including
National Association for Gifted
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and lifelong learning in pursuit of
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lives of others and make a differ-
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