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By NICK COHEN
The Sun
Most days, Sooy Place Road is a
dark, meandering thoroughfare
that cuts through the heart of
Tabernacle, connecting Route 72
and Route 70.
But for one week of the year, it
is slightly brighter, illuminated
by more than 160 jack o lanterns
spread across the front yard of
the Dauria family home.
Twelve years ago, Tom Dauria,
a fruit and vegetable seeds sales-
man, and his family started carv-
ing the samples of pumpkins he
had shown to farmers in the
area.
It started with enough to spell
happy Halloween, then as the
kids grew up, more friends and
family got involved, Tom said.
Now were known as the pump-
kin house in the neighborhood.
Thats a title Toms wife Cindy
is proud of.
When kids come trick or treat-
ing on Halloween, seeing how ex-
cited they are walking up the
driveway is really fun. Its funny
to see cars slow down as they
drive by the house at night with
all of the pumpkins lit,
Cindy said. Its grown exponen-
tially.
The display catches the eye of
any passerby as an orange glow
emanates from the Daurias
porch and driveway. Tom uses be-
tween 12 and 15 strands of old
Christmas lights to illuminate the
display.
As the number of pumpkins
grew, the complexity of the carv-
ings grew with it.
It really transformed from
pumpkins with the triangle eyes
and circle mouth to some really
detailed carvings and etchings.
What the kids have done with it is
really cool, Tom said.
When his daughters Emily and
Kayla started inviting friends
over for the carving, those invited
didnt realize what they were
signing up for.
At first, they think its just a
few pumpkins and just a few peo-
ple at the house, but then they
come over and its like whoa,
Kayla said with a laugh.
Over the course of the week-
end, more than 25 people will
come through for a drink, some-
thing to eat and to carve a few
pumpkins, Cindy said.
We look forward to it every
year. Its a lot of fun for us to be
with our family and friends for
the weekend, Cindy said.
With more than 160 pumpkins
being carved over the course of a
few days, it makes for a lot of
pumpkin guts, but even they are
put to use.
My dad will feed some to our
chickens, leave some out for deer
to eat but the rest of it we com-
post, Kayla said.
Even as the Dauria family has
spread out across the state, they
are reunited each year for the an-
nual carving event. Travis Dauria
now lives with his wife Katie and
son Cameron just outside Ocean
City.
Its really an awesome week-
end for us and a lot of fun to see
the display when it is finished
and all lit up, Travis said.
NICK COHEN (left) and
KATIE DAURIA (above)/The Sun
Cameron Dauria does his part to
help carve pumpkins at the Dau-
ria family home on Sooy Place
Road. Friends and family helped
carve more than 160 jack o
lanterns over the course of a
weekend. Theres a variety of
styles, such as the Trick or
Treat pumpkin above. For more
photos, please see page 11.
Pumpkin party: Family hosts annual carving day
The Dauria family invites friends and relatives to carve more than 160 pumpkins to light up the night
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By NICK COHEN
The Sun
Ill just do it for a little while.
That was Mary Ellen McCloy
24 years ago speaking about her
involvement with the Municipal
Alliance in Burlington County.
Flash forward to 2014 and she
has been recognized as the
Burlington County Volunteer of
the Year by the Governor's Coun-
cil on Alcoholism and Drug
Abuse.
Im very proud of our group
as an all-volunteer Municipal Al-
liance, McCloy said. Weve es-
tablished very successful pro-
grams in the community.
Project Graduation and Prom
House 110 at Seneca High School
are sponsored by the municipal
alliance as well as many Red Rib-
bon Week activities throughout
area school districts. The Red Rib-
bon movement began in 1985,
after Drug Enforcement Adminis-
tration agent Enrique Camarena
was tortured and killed while on
duty. According to the National
Family Partnership, the national
sponsor of Red Ribbon Week, par-
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of their commitment to raise
awareness of the killing and de-
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By NICK COHEN
The Sun
Tuesday, Nov. 4 is Election Day, and Tab-
ernacle residents will have the opportunity
to vote for local, state and national offices.
The Tabernacle Board of Education has
three seats open as incumbents Stephen
Price and Megan Jones will seek re-elec-
tion against two other candidates, Kevin
McCloy and Lorie Cutts.
Republican Kim Brown will run unop-
posed for re-election to the Tabernacle
Township Committee.
Cory Booker (D) and Jeff Bell (R) are on
the ballot for U.S. Senate. Tom MacArthur
(R) and Aimee Belgard (D) represent the
candidates for the House of Representa-
tives.
Democrats Tom Pullion and Michael
Schmidt and Republicans Bruce Garganio
and Mary Ann OBrien represent the
choices for the Burlington County Board of
Chosen Freeholders.
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at all
locations. Below are the polling districts:
District 1, 4: Tabernacle Rescue Squad
building, 134 New Road.
District 2, 3, 5: Firehouse, 76 Hawkins
Road.
Polling locations at rescue squad, firehouse
Dan McDonough Jr.
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InterImpublIsher
All Tabernacle Township residents who
are interested in submitting a 2015 Citizen
Leadership Form Appli-
cation for consideration
of appointment to the
land development
board, recreation committee, municipal al-
liance committee, local emergency plan-
ning committee and community emer-
gency response team are asked to submit
said application indicating their interest
no later than Friday, Dec. 1.
Applications should be submitted to La
Shawn R. Barber, township clerk, 163 Car-
ranza Road, Tabernacle.
Seneca to host designer bag
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Seneca High School will host a designer
bag bingo fundraiser on Thursday, Nov. 20
in the Seneca cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.
All proceeds from the event will help
fund the 110 Carranza Prom House, an
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be held at Seneca High School.
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Colonial Americans fought for inde-
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right to choose their own representa-
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Over the following 200 years, three
major pieces of legislation extended
or ensured voting rights:
The Fifteenth Amendment to the
Constitution gave voting rights to non-
white males;
The Nineteenth Amendment gave
women the right to vote;
And The Voting Rights Act of 1965
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A lot of time and effort were spent,
and blood was shed, to give all citizens
of the United States 18 years of age
and older the right to vote.
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vantage of that right at the polls for
the General Election next Tuesday,
Nov. 4.
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ing for, when polls are open and details
on every polling location in town.
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right to do so.
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NICK COHEN/The Sun
Brianna Brida, a sophomore on the Seneca High School gymnastics team, performs her routine in a
meet against Lenape High School on Oct 21. The Golden Eagles posted the top score in the vault,
balance beam and floor exercise en route to a 97.4-93.8 victory.
Golden Eagles win gymnastics meet
The Burlington County Li-
brary System collected 2,804
pounds of food during this
months Food for Fines pro-
gram, the largest food drive of the
year so far for the Food Bank of
South Jersey.
The library system would like
to thank all its customers who
helped support this successful ef-
fort by donating generously to
help our neighbors in need.
The Food for Fines program
was held Oct. 612 and for every
item donated up to 10 items, $2 in
fines were waived, with the ex-
ception of fees for lost items and
collection fees.
All collected donations have
been given to the Food Bank of
South Jersey, which provides an
immediate solution to the urgent
problem of hunger by providing
food to needy people, teaching
them to eat nutritiously, and help-
ing them to find sustainable ways
to improve their lives.
Food for Fines
nets 2,804
pounds of food
WEDNESDAY OCT. 29
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parachute games and play time.
Storytime: Ages newborn to 5. 10
a.m. at Church of Christ, Carran-
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children and their attending
adult to story hour. This is a
great opportunity for kids and
adults to meet new people in the
community. Questions, call the
church office at (609) 268-
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Kids can work individually or in
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MONDAY NOV. 3
Kids knitting club: Ages 7 to 16. 4
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
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p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
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your own scissors, adhesives and
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cil on Alcohol and Drug Abuse at
the state level.
We act as liaisons between the
state, the county and the local
community, McCloy said.
The goal for McCloy and the
Municipal Alliance has been rais-
ing awareness in the communi-
ty not just of the groups exis-
tence but of the risks that exist in
the community.
We would love to make the
community more aware. Unfortu-
nately, the large feeling in the
community is that there isnt a
risk, McCloy said.
The focus of the alliance re-
cently has been the misuse and
abuse of prescription drugs.
Were very fortunate in this
area that Red Lion Police Bar-
racks will accept prescription
medications 24 hours a day, seven
days a week. Weve seen that the
use of prescription drugs has
drastically risen and there is a lot
members of the community can
do to help in prevention, McCloy
said. Were encouraging the dis-
posal of prescription medications
as well as the use of medical lock
boxes in the home.
RECENT
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Recent focus of alliance
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Freeholder Director Bruce
Garganio, along with Burlington
County College and Parts Life,
Inc., unveiled a new 3-D printer
donated to the college that will be
incorporated in a new profession-
al development course this
spring.
This is an exciting step in our
Burlington County Workforce De-
velopment Initiative, which is de-
signed to better align the job
training and education of today
with the business needs of tomor-
row, Garganio said. Partner-
ships like this between Parts Life
and BCC are perfect examples of
how smart connections can lead
to better career paths and better
paying jobs in Burlington Coun-
ty.
Garganio, Burlington County
College Interim-President Dr.
David Spang and Parts Life, Inc.
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A growing number of busi-
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Burlington County College will
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very relevant and state-of-the-art
technology, Spang said. Parts
Lifes generous donation will help
provide modern training to work-
ers and support students in a
number of disciplines at the col-
lege. We appreciate Parts Lifes
generosity and support of high-
quality education in Burlington
County.
Thevanayagam noted the de-
mand that businesses have for
skilled workers with 3-D printing
expertise.
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NICK COHEN and KATIE DAURIA (above)/The Sun
Clockwise from above: Some of the more than 160 jack o lanterns light up the night at the Dauria family home on Sooy Place
Road in Tabernacle. The family invites friends and relatives to carve pumpkins every year. The progression of a fish etching.
Rebekka Selle works on her pumpkin. Cameron Dauria shows off his square-nosed masterpiece. Samantha Leeming helps her
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20 years experience
call for appt. (609) 845-5922
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Since 1975 Third Generation Mason
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Brick & Stone Pointing
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(856) 810-2182
Fully Licensed Insured
Handyman Services
Handyman Services
Paperhanging,
Removal & Painting
By Randy Craig
(856) 981-1359
www.rcpaperhangings.com
Lic. # 13VH05945366
Paperhanging
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Lawn Mower Service Parts Sales
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856-783-1111
HOLIDAY SERVICES
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856-547-1006
Landscaping
CLASSIFIED OCTOBER 29-NOVEMBER 4, 2014 THE TABERNACLE SUN 13
M08I0 L8808
Voice Keyboard Piano
in My Shamong Studio
Degreed. 20 Yrs. Exp.
$20 1/2 Hr.

EducationaI Services
SEASONED
OAK FIREWOOD
FOR SALE
Also: Mixed Hardwood
Half cord and full cord
prices available
FREE DELIVERY
to local areas.
856 912-5499
Firewood
www.jhstraincarpentry.com
Over
30 yr. exp.
Dont TRick yourself TREAT
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No job too small
Licensed & nsured
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856-304-3916
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parts company.
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or email
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1-800-883-3828
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P.O.Box 49, Marlton, NJ 08053
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Rain Date: Sun, Nov. 2nd at 9am
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Birchwood Lakes
in Medford
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Call Rich 609-707-2318
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Bucket Truck Chipping Service
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D.E.C. Contracting
609-953-9794
609-405-3873
Lic #13VH03950800
ISA Cert. Arborist NJ-0993A
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856 912-5499
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HIC # 13VH02370600
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856-429-2494
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AT THE HGH SCHOOL &
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609-206-5364
Tree Service
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Fully Insured Lic#13VH01362400
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WhoIe House
Humidifier
Cannot be combined. Must
present coupon at time of
estimate. Expires: 10/31/14.
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New Heater or
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System InstaIIation
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present coupon at time of
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(8S6} 422-0088

& RmOVAL
OIL TANK
REMOVAL /
INSTALLATION
(856) 629-8886
(609) 698-4434
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Specialist
Underground
Crawlspace
Above Ground
Tanks
Clean Ups
Structural Support
DEP Certified
Insurance Approved
NJ Grant Money
Available
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NJ LIC. # 13VH00102300
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National/American Waterproofing
French/Trench Drains Sump pumps
Back up systems WaII repair
856-767-4443
www.americanwatermanagement.com.
Lic # 13VH06045200
Waterproofing
Lic. 13VH00932400
856-627-1974
www.RASBUILDERSNJ.com
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Siding, Baths, Decks, Garages,
Basements, Roof, Windows
RAS BUILDERS
Since 1974 FREE ESTIMATES
GeneraI Contracting HVAC
Home Improvement
856-429-8991
Call Today!
For all your home repairs. Locally owned & operated.
www.mrhandyman.com Lic. # NJ-HIC13VH03642600
813 White Horse Pike Oaklyn, NJ (Rte. 295, Exit 29 - Rte. 30)
(856) 854-3198 www.NastasisFurniture.com
Mon-Fri 10am-8pm Sat 10am-5pm Sun 12pm-5pm
Three HUGE Floors of Furniture
All types of furniture in many styles and colors. If you dont see
it in our 30,000 sq. ft. showroom, just ask. We will get it!
* Cannot be combined with any other offers
Your choice of Fabric and Color $995
0%
FINANCING
Until 2015 with
1/3 down. See store
for details.
Bed $449
Bed $449

FACTORY AUTHORIZED SALE!
FALL SAVINGS!*
$50 OFF
Any Purchase
of $300 or more
$100 OFF
Any Purchase
of $999 or more
$200 OFF
Any Purchase
of $1999 or more
$300 OFF
Any Purchase
of $2999 or more
$400 OFF
Any Purchase
of $3999 or more
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for the
football games
$799
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