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Community House
partners with
YMCA to run pool
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
There will be more splishsplashing at the Moorestown
Community House pool coming
soon.
Recently, the YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties announced an expanded partnership with the Community House
in Moorestown. The Y will be
managing the use of the pool at
the MCH and providing new programs through the partnership,
making the pool more open and
accessible to Moorestown and the
surrounding community.
(This partnership) benefits
the community by offering more
programs for the community
members and is good for the MCH
because it provides usage of our
pool. We love the YMCA and
thought this would be a great
partnership for Moorestown,
MCH Executive Director Brad
Kenney said.
The Y is really just a community-based organization just like
the MCH To be able to pull two
great organizations together is a

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great thing to do, and were looking forward to pulling it off in a


year or so, Y President and CEO
Tim Kerrihard said.
The Y has enjoyed a strong history with Moorestown. In 1926, it
established its home base in the
basement of MCH. In 1927, the Y
first became involved with MCH
through the International YMCA
Service Club. The club now
called the Y Service Club still
meets weekly at the Mt. Laurel Y.
The Community House is also
where Adventure Guides got its
start in the 1920s. Numerous
other programs were launched
from the Main Street location.
Before we had a physical
building, the Y was based out of
the MCH for about 15 years. But
weve continued to partner with
them; weve always done some
things in their pool when needed, Kerrihard said.
To expand their community
partnership and use of the MCH
pool, Kenney and Kerrihard
worked together to create this
new expanded partnership.
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Dribbling upfield

BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun

Midfielder Anthony Youssef takes the ball up the field during the Moorestown High School boys varsity soccer game on Wednesday, Oct. 14 against Lawrenceville School. The Quakers fought hard, but
ultimately fell, 3-1.

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MHS senior organizes


veterans benefits, jobs expo
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
A Moorestown High School
senior has made it her mission to
give back to those who have
served in the military. To do so,
she has organized a veterans
benefits and jobs expo.
MHS senior Madeleine Morlino is leading and organizing,
with a group of high school seniors, the Veterans Benefit and Job
Expo that will take place on Nov. 9
at the Moorestown Community
House, 16 E. Main St., from 9:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Please come out; there are


jobs. I know it can be hard to find
a job. We put a lot of time and effort getting things together, a lot
of major corporations are coming
out. The event is for (veterans) so
wed really like them to come,
Morlino said.
Morlino grew up in a military
family, her father being in the Air
Force for about 23 years. Due to
her upbringing, as well as her interest in giving back to her country, she became interested in attending a military academy. Starting her freshman year, she applied for summer programs with
military academies all around the
United States to learn about the
schools and experience the
lifestyle.
After attending three military
academies in the summer as well
as other military-minded organizations and activities such as
Girls' State and the Washington,
D.C., National Young Americans
for Freedom Conference, Morlino
felt compelled to do something to
give back to veterans.
I came back from the academies and wanted to give back in
the community and help veterans. My dad is a veteran, and I really appreciate what they did and
have done, so I wanted to help in
some way, Morlino said.

Morlino started to prepare for


the expo by going to the MCH and
speaking to Executive Director
Brad Kenney about hosting the
event there. Kenney was very receptive of the idea and gave Morlino access to the facility.
She then started reaching out
to different companies and organizations to get involved with the
event. The organizations are providing a slew of things to veterans, including important information, free products, discounts,
benefits and, of course, jobs.
She also created a steering
group of other high school seniors that included Heather Warren, Kelly Li, Jessica Fan,
Michael Alschuler, Sierra Van
Gilst, Devin Lorusso, Sameer Parihar, Jackie Yuan and Craig Ambrose.
As a group, they were able to
divide the work of food, advertising and communications, among
other jobs to ensure the event is
successful.
There are two goals of the
event: to provide veterans with
job opportunities, and to provide
veterans with benefits and programs available to them.
My dad, from his experience,
he found it difficult to go from
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oting is one of the inalienable


rights that our forefathers
fought so fervently for so
many years ago. Many would say that
voting is one of the most important inalienable rights that we have as Americans, if not the most important inalienable right.
Colonial Americans fought for independence in the 1700s based on the rallying cry of no taxation without representation, and they wanted the
right to choose their own representation.
Over the following 200 years, three
major pieces of legislation extended
or ensured voting rights:
The Fifteenth Amendment to the

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Constitution gave voting rights to nonwhite males;


The Nineteenth Amendment gave
women the right to vote;
And The Voting Rights Act of 1965
prevented discrimination in voting.
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.
And now, it is up to you to take ad-

vantage of that right at the polls for


the General Election next Tuesday,
Nov. 3.
In next weeks Sun, you will find information on exactly what you are voting for at the polls, when the polls are
open and details on every polling location in town.
If you have further questions about
the election, you can always find information on the countys website or call
your local clerk.
Whatever your political slant or
whomever you may be voting for, just
make sure you make your way to the
polls on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Many people
before us fought for your inalienable
right to do so.

Moorestown schools are off to a solid start


Moorestown Township Public Schools
are off to a solid start! All six of our districts schools have many new building enhancements, such as security vestibules,
new roofs, improved bathrooms, HVAC systems, WIFI upgrades, security cameras
within the schools and other improvements and additions, including a new high
school athletic turf field to be completed by
the end of October, in time for the 2015
homecoming game.
The district has been able to roll out
stage three of our Five Year Technology
Plan. In 2014-2015, the William Allen Middle School initiated an exciting educational pilot with one-third of the eighth-grade
students receiving and utilizing laptops.
The principal, supervisors, teachers and
district administrators all felt these tools
had significant educational benefits. The
students spent more time involved in collaborative work, participated in further
project-based instruction, gained increased access to information, produced
improved research investigation and

analysis and were able to take charge of


their own learning. Therefore, this year
963 Dell personal laptops have been distributed to each of the seventh-, eighth- and
ninth-grade students for their use at
school, as well as at home. Additionally,
325 Lenovo laptops are being utilized in
language arts classes of all sophomores,
juniors and seniors.
We are fortunate that our students will
have this opportunity for advanced 21stcentury learning. This will help give our
students an advantage as they go onto
higher instructive learning and, eventually, into the global workplace. There is substantial evidence that using technology as
an instructional tool enhances student
learning and academic outcomes. Our students are embracing this new approach
and are eager to work in a technologybased environment.
The students are equipped to convey
their thoughts through this additional
learning opportunity and collaborate and
contribute to the remarkable projects they

are engaged in creating.


The Moorestown Board of Education
would like to thank all of those involved,
including staff, parents, students and our
township community for continued support with both the technology initiative as
well as the referendum projects.
On Sept. 22, the Moorestown BOE went
to market to refinance its outstanding 2005
refunding school bond issue. The sale of
the refunding bond issue was so successful
that bond savings over the next 14 years is
$2.5 million, which equates to $22 per year
on the average assessed home. The district
will spend $192,000 less per year. The Business Administrator and Acting Superintendent Lynn Shugars did an outstanding
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WEDNESDAY OCT. 21
Divorce Support Group: 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, Camden and
Pleasant Valley avenues. Visit
www.meetwithgod.com or call
235-0450 for more information
and check current course schedule.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Overeaters Anonymous meeting:
10 a.m. at St. Matthew Lutheran
Church, 318 Chester Ave. 7 p.m.
at First Baptist Church, 19 W. Main
St. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit
www.oa-southjersey.org for information.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Pastors Bible Study
at 6:30 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Moorestown: Testimonial meeting 7:30 p.m. 420 Kings Highway,
Moorestown.

THURSDAY OCT. 22
Learn to Draw Zombies: Grades
four and up. 4 p.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Cartoonist
Paul Merklein returns to teach us
how to create creepy zombies,
just in time for Halloween. Registration is required.
Dances by Diane-Samba: 7 p.m. at
the Moorestown Library. In
answer to your enthusiastic
response, Dances by Diane is
back for an evening drop-in class
to teach Samba. No partner or
experience is needed. Cost is $10.
No registration required. For
questions call the Reference Desk
at (856) 234-0333.
MHS Theaters Treasure Island:
7:30 p.m. at the Moorestown High
School auditorium. Treasure
Island begins at an inn on coast
of England in 1775 and quickly
becomes an unforgettable tale of
treachery and mayhem featuring
a host of legendary swashbucklers. Tickets are $10. Tickets are
available
online
at
www.moorestownhstheater.weebly.com, at the school lobby or at
the door.
Moorestown Area Toastmasters
meeting: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Mt.
Laurel Fire Station, 69 Elbo Lane.
For more information, visit

4887.toastmastersclubs.org.
Moorestown Running Company
Speed Night group run: 6:30
p.m. Meet at Moorestown Running Company, 115 W. Main St.
Questions, email joe.halin@runningco.com.
Rotary Club of Moorestown
meeting : 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. at
Moorestown Community House,
16 E. Main St. Fellowship, lunch
and guest speaker presentation.
For more information, visit
www.moorestownrotary.org.
Trinity Episcopal Church Mid-Week
Service: Holy Eucharist and Healing Service at 10 a.m. 207 W. Main
St., Moorestown.

FRIDAY OCT. 23
MHS Theaters Treasure Island:
7:30 p.m. at the Moorestown High
School auditorium. Treasure
Island begins at an inn on coast
of England in 1775 and quickly
becomes an unforgettable tale of
treachery and mayhem featuring
a host of legendary swashbucklers. Tickets are $10. Tickets are
available
online
at
www.moorestownhstheater.weebly.com, at the school lobby or at
the door.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
Al-Anon meeting: 8:30 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, Main and
Church streets. Closed meeting.
For more information, visit
www.southjerseyal-anon-org.

SATURDAY OCT. 24
MooreKids Halloween Costume
Swap: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Whether
you have a costume to swap or
not, youll love choosing from a
huge array of gently-used costumes at this community-wide
free shopping event, just in time
for Halloween.
Halloween Drop-In Craft: All ages. 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Moorestown
Library. Drop in to the childrens
room to make a candy corn decoration for Halloween. While supplies last.
Celebrating Womens Voices: 4
p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Moorestown
Community House. Members of
the Judith Glick Buckman Fund
for the Future invite the public to

OCT. 2127, 2015

attend their kickoff event.


Planned is an enjoyable evening
of food, wine and entertainment,
with the music of singer and
pianist Anj Granieri. Tickets are
$40 per person in advance or
$55 at the door. The fund raises
money to assist with charitable
activities and educational programs in New Jersey from Trenton to Cape May. For tickets or
information, contact info@jgbfundforthefuture.org.
MHS Theaters Treasure Island:
7:30 p.m. at the Moorestown High
School auditorium. Treasure
Island begins at an inn on coast
of England in 1775 and quickly
becomes an unforgettable tale of
treachery and mayhem featuring
a host of legendary swashbucklers. Tickets are $10. Tickets are
available
online
at
www.moorestownhstheater.weebly.com, at the school lobby or at
the door.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 8 a.m. Meet at
Moorestown Running Company,
115 W. Main St. Distances and
paces vary.

SUNDAY OCT. 25
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Mansion. For more information, visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Moorestown
Christadelphian
Ecclesia: Sunday school 9:30
a.m. (recessed in summer).
Memorial service at 10:30 a.m.
(10 a.m. during the summer). 101
N. Lenola Road, Moorestown.
Second Baptist Church: Sunday
school and adult forum at 9 a.m.
Worship service at 10 a.m. 319 Mill
St., Moorestown. For more information visit www.secondbaptistmoorestown.org or call (856)
234-6396.
Saint Matthew Lutheran Church:
Worship services at 8:30 and 11
a.m. Adult Forum at 9:45 a.m. 318
Chester Ave., Moorestown.
Center for Conscious Living: Celebration service at 10 a.m. at
Moorestown Community House,
16 E. Main St., Moorestown.
First United Methodist Church:
Worship services at 8:30 a.m.
(contemporary and traditional),
9:30 a.m. (contemporary) and 11
a.m. (traditional). Communion at
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month. 446 Camden Ave.,
Moorestown.
First Presbyterian Church: Worship services at 8:15 a.m. in the
sanctuary, 11 a.m. for New Creation in the commons. 101 Bridgeboro Road, Moorestown.
Trinity Episcopal Church: Holy
Eucharist at 7:45 a.m. Parish
Eucharist at 9 a.m. Morning
prayer and sermon at 11:15 a.m.
207 W. Main St., Moorestown.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Adult Church School
at 9 a.m. Worship service at 10:30
a.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
Our Lady of Good Counsel: Regular
Mass at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m.
and noon. 42 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
First Baptist Church
of
Moorestown: Bible Study and
Sunday Chat at 9 a.m. Worship at
10 a.m. Coffee/fellowship at 11
a.m. Sunday discussion at 11:30
a.m. 19 W. Main St., Moorestown.
Hope Community Church: Comeas-you-are worship service at
10:30 a.m. 235 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
Moorestown Friends Meeting
(Quakers): Opening exercises
9:30 a.m., worship service at 10
a.m. Social hour follows. Childcare available. 118 East Main St.,
Moorestown. All are welcome.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Worship services
at 10 a.m. 319 Bridgeboro Road,
Moorestown.
Questions call
(609) 346-4348.
Destiny Church Service: 10 a.m. at
William Allen Middle School, 801
North
Stanwick
Road,
Moorestown. Nursery and KidsZone available. For more information, visit www.destinynj.org
or call (609) 386-3142.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Moorestown: Sunday Service and
Sunday School 11 a.m. 420 Kings
Highway, Moorestown.

MONDAY OCT. 26
please see CALENDAR, page 12

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CALENDAR
CALENDAR
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Baby Time: For children under 2,
with a caregiver. 9:30 a.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Drop in each
week for stories, rhymes and
songs just for babies. Siblings are
welcome.
No
registration
required.
Time for Twos: For children who are
2-years-old, with a caregiver.
10:45 a.m. at the Moorestown
Library. Join us for 30 minutes of
stories, rhymes and songs just for
2-year-olds! Siblings are welcome. No registration required.
Nine Lessons of Light, Art Seminar with Michael Adams: 7 p.m.
at the Moorestown Library. Join
design professor, Michael Adams,
and awaken your eyes to art,
design and visual living. This
stimulating one evening seminar
is based upon classroom lectures
from "Introduction to Visual
Experience," his university course
at Montclair State. Registration
required.
Overeaters Anonymous: 7:30 p.m.
at St. Matthew Lutheran Church,
318 Chester Ave. Call (609) 2390022 or visit www.oa-southjersey.org for information.

TUESDAY OCT. 27
Better Investing: 7 p.m. at the
Moorestown Library. Tonight:
Model Club How we analyzed
two companies.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 2
to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Mansion. For more information, visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Al-Anon Mens Meeting: 8 p.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church, Main
and Church streets. For more
information, visit www.southjerseyal-anon-org.
Garden State Chorale Rehearsals:
7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church.
For membership information, visit www.gschorale.org or call (856)
858-9322.
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church: Afternoon with the
Bible at 1 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.

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By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
More than 50 Lenola residents,
business owners and concerned
citizens came to the Lenola Firemans Memorial Hall last
Wednesday night to put on their
thinking caps and become planners and developers to give feed-

back on how they would like to


see the Lenola section of
Moorestown in the future.
Moorestowns Lenola Ad Hoc
Committee, along with the
Burlington County Bridge Commissions Office of Economic Development and Regional Planning, hosted a visioning workshop at the Lenola Firemans Memorial Hall on Wednesday, Oct.
14.
The point of the workshop was
to get feedback from the public on
what they were concerned with
and what they would like within
the
Lenola
section
of
Moorestown.
Tonight, were going to ask
residents and visitors to be planners and developers.
Planning is three ingredients:
What do you have? What do you
want? And how do you get what
you want?
Our job tonight is to tell you a
little bit about what we found, or
what you have; give you an exercise, what do you want; and come
back next time and talk about

how do we get there, Regional


Planning Coordinator Ed Fox
said.
The workshop started with a
brief history of Lenola and what
has progressed and what needs to
be worked on. The latter was divided into three sections: circulation (or traffic), land use (or zoning and redevelopment) and
streetscaping (or the look and feel
of streets).

Circulation
Progress was made when Camden Avenue was restriped in 2013
to provide safer on-street parking;
council adopted a Complete
Streets Policy for 2015 for all
times of vehicular, foot and bicycle traffic; the township worked
with NJ Transit in 2015 to designate bus stops and bus shelters
along Camden Avenue; and the
township started working with
the county in 2015.
Remaining issues were rush
hour congestion with a high numplease see ATTENDEES, page 23

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It seemed logical to reach out


to them and they were interested
in a homecoming to come back.

Through the partnership, community members would have


more programs right there in the
center of town and managed by a
great organization like the
YMCA, Kenny said.
Through the agreement, the Y
will complement MCHs services

by managing the pool and providing Y aquatics programs, including lap and family swimming, infant self rescue swimming lessons, water walking classes, parent-child swim lessons, private
swim lessons, competitive swimming and free/family swim times.
The YMCA is looking to hold
a lot of programs. Were extremely excited for that. We would love
more people to come in and use
this building, Kenney said.
Tom Wilkinsons learn-to-swim
program, a hands-on group swim
program focused on teaching
proper swimming fundamentals
and stroke mechanics to children
3 to 10, will remain intact. Learn
more about the program online at
the website www.twlts.org. The Y
will also rent space to swim teams
that have relationships with
MCH. Rental groups, large and
small, will be under the supervision of the Ys certified lifeguards.
By the MCH standards, you
were to bring your own lifeguard.
With us, we provide a lifeguard
for you, Kerrihard said.
Under the new agreement,
YMCA facility members and
MCH pool members will have access to the pool for free.
This arrangement offers
members of all ages access to another conveniently located pool in
the heart of Moorestown. The Y
will continue to partner with
Moorestown to provide top-notch,
reliable and fun programs whenever and wherever an appropriate
opportunity presents itself. We
appreciate and recognize the
valuable partnership we have had
with this wonderful community
and look forward to serving the
community together for the next
90 years and beyond, Kerrihard
said in a release.
A variety of additional membership options are available,
from pool memberships with no
contracts and no joiner fee starting at $35 a month for an individual and $50 a month for a family,
to private swim lessons and payas-you-go rates for swimming laps
and water walking. For more information about pool memberships at the MCH, contact Eric
Zott at ericz@ymca-bc.org or call
(856) 231-9622 ext. 350.

OCT. 2127, 2015 THE MOORESTOWN SUN 17

happenings at parks & rec

Basketball is heating up at the Rec


By KAHRA F. BUSS
Dept. of Parks & Recreation
As temperatures cool down,
basketball is heating up.
Thats right, Recreation Youth
Basketball registration is open,
and this year, there are more
choices than ever. From clinics to
leagues to tournaments, Recreation Basketball has something
for every level of play and experience. Basketball is a great sport
that helps develop both the individual and the team. A fast-paced
and intricate sport, basketball can
be played one on one or full court
and provides cardio and strength
training for everyone.
The Basketball Pre-Season
Clinic kicks off on Oct. 28 for
grades three through nine at the
Church Street Recreation Center.
Under the direction of Ted Flick,
young people will learn the fundamentals of basketball and will be
given instruction on refining techniques. Flick, who played for the
University of
Pennsylvania,
brings more than 25 years of playing and coaching experience to
the table. Following the pre-season warm-up, the boys and girls
First Grade Basketball Clinic will

be offered at the Upper Elementary School on Wednesdays staring Jan. 6. The clinic will focus on
fundamentals and will offer interclinic scrimmages.
Recreation Basketball Leagues
begin in second grade this year.
The Second Grade Basketball
League will take place at the UES
between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. for
an hour and a half each Saturday
starting on Jan. 9. Teams will
practice with a trainer/referee for
30 minutes prior to league games
each Saturday. Boys and girls will
play separately and will enjoy
playing in an instructional setting. Grades three through eight
will continue the Recreation
Youth Basketball leagues. Practices begin on Jan. 4 and games
will begin on Saturday, Jan. 9 to
March 5. Games will occur on Saturdays and times will vary dependent upon the league.
The boys High School Recreation Basketball League continues to be widely popular for those
high school students wishing to
play casually or in addition to
other leagues. Games will be
played between noon and 5 p.m.
on Sunday afternoons. Players
wishing to practice informally

may attend open basketball nights


at the Church Street Recreation
Center. Games will begin on Sunday, Jan. 10 through March 13 at
the Church Street Rec Center.
In addition to the clinics and
leagues, the Department of Parks
and Recreation is proud to partner again with local non-profit
Live Civilly to provide the annual
Tournament of Giving. The first
tournament of the 2015-2016 season will occur on Saturday, Dec. 6.
This tournament is open to basketball players of all ages third
grade through adults. The tournament will be held in the Church
Street Recreation Center and will
offer players a minimum of three
games. This is a great opportunity for players to play in a relaxed
tournament and support free nutritional, educational and life
skills programs for local youth.
Information about this tournament can be found on the township website as well as Live Civillys website, livecivilly.org.
For more information, visit the
township
website
at
www.moorestown.nj.us/253/Park
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nation for hoops this fall and winter.

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Presents the 28th Annual performance of the Holiday Classic

December 11th at 7pm December 12th at 5pm December 13th at 2pm


Voorhees Middle School Theatre Holly Oak Drive, Voorhees

Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party December 13th, 3:00-4:00pm


Special Combo Tea & Show Ticket

Tickets can be purchased at www.voorheesballettheatre.com or call 856-784-0062

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Moorestown announces curfew


for Halloween, Mischief Night
Curfew times pertaining to juveniles under the age of 17 on Friday and Saturday nights is midnight and all other nights is at 11
p.m. Except for Oct. 30, Mischief
Night, curfew is at 8:30 p.m. and
Oct. 31, Halloween, curfew is 10
p.m.

Ghost Tours are back


through this weekend
The
always
popular
Moorestown Ghost Tours are
back Fridays and Saturdays Oct.
23 and 24 at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Please arrive 15 minutes early.
This guided walking tour departs Smith-Cadbury Mansion at
12 High St. and includes several
spooky highlights, including a
visit to important Moorestonians
at their eternal resting place in

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the Episcopal Cemetery, a stroll


past several haunted homes that
are linked to murderous tales, a
meeting with our towns founders
at Friends Greenlawn Cemetery,
and a tour of the old town jail.
Tickets are available for purchase at the start of the tour: cash
or checks only. Adults are $15
each; $12 for seniors, students or
members; $6 for 12 and under;
and under 6 years old is free.
Tours go rain or shine!

Jenni Fink, MHS grad,


signing book Nov. 1
Jenni Fink, Moorestown High
School graduate and author of
the hit novel, Sentenced To
Life, will be signing copies of
her book at the Barnes & Noble in
Moorestown on Nov. 1 from 1 p.m.

to 3 p.m. The book is available on


Amazon and will be available in
the store the day of the event.
Released on July 13, Sentenced To Life has quickly
spread across the country and
across generations. Bringing
humor to the everyday highs and
lows of life, the story of Chelsea
Carlton, depicted in Sentenced
To Life, offers a wide range of
appeal for all readers.
Sentenced To Life is a story
that rings all too true for so many
people, but has yet to be told in
such an honest way. In short,
Sentenced To Life is the story of
Chelsea Carlton, a recent postgraduate with a promising future,
but a not-so-promising job hunt.
The Barnes & Noble is located
at 1311 Nixon Drive. Visit
www.JenniFinkInk.com.

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Join the Moorestown BOE at its monthly public meetings


JOIN
Continued from page 6
job in organizing and managing
the refinancing of the 2005 bonds.

On Oct. 9, applications for the


interim superintendent position
were due. The board is reviewing
the applications for an interim superintendent and looks forward
to beginning the interview
process.

On Oct. 20, the BOE had the


monthly public meeting in the
Media Center of the William
Allen Middle School at 7:30 p.m.
Aside from our regular business,
Julie Colby, mathematics supervisor, presented an overview of the

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during our meetings, or contact
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700 Lippincott Ave., Moorestown $1,199,000

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Alyce Klaus

Brick Real Estate and promptly


was promoted to sales manager.
Over the next few years, Alyce
was promoted to vice president
and general manager and became
a shareholder of Brick Real Estate as the company expanded
from one real estate office to four
real estate offices with approximately 100 sales agents largely
due to the leadership, management abilities, hard work, dedication and energy. Alyce served in
many leadership positions within
the Burlington County Association of Realtors (later the
Burlington/Camden County Association of Realtors) and rose to
the office of president. In 1997,
Brick Real Estate was purchased
by Weichert, Realtors. Upon the
purchase by Weichert, she became the manager of the Medford
office of Weichert, Realtors. Subsequently she became the sales
manager of the Moorestown office of Weichert, Realtors. During
Alyce's tenure as sales manager
of each of the Medford and
Moorestown offices, the office
managed by Alyce was frequently

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Moorestown passed away on Aug.
4 at the age of 64. She was the
beloved wife of Charles, "Charlie"
Klaus; loving mother of Joe
(Candi) Robinson; and dear stepmother of Charles, "Chuck"
Klaus, Brian (Jill) Klaus, Eric
(Kyoko) Klaus, Peter (Gwen)
Klaus, Matthew Klaus, and Christine Klaus. She is also survived by
20 grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Alyce enjoyed
traveling the world with her husband, Paris and Rome being her
favorites;
adventures
with
friends, including the Grand
Canyon; vacationing with family;
countless New Year's Eves with
her closest friends; and spending
time with grandchildren and
shopping.
Alyce's strongest passion was
her career in real estate. She
began her career with Sandman
Real Estate and Keene and
Mumma Real Estate. In 1977, she
joined Brick Real Estate. She initially started as assistant sales
manager of the Medford office of

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Attendees filled out surveys


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Streetscaping

ATTENDEES
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ber of accidents; existing sidewalks that are narrow and not


pedestrian friendly; and bicycle
safety that needs to be improved
on Lenola and New Albany roads.
We looked at traffic one of
the major concerns that you call
have, that we all have. Camden
Avenue is a pretty busy street. It
gets about 15,000 trips per day on
the avenue. A lot of it is backed
up on Lenola Road, which gets
about 9.000 trips per day, Fox
said.

Land use
Progress was made when council adopted Town Center type
use and bulking zone standards
and parking requirements in 2008
and designated areas between the
7-Eleven and Moorestown Oaks a
redevelopment area in 2010.
Remaining issues include
many zoning and land use limitations, not up-to-date or legal policies, and no plan that has been
adopted for the redevelopment
area to incentivize change.

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landscaping and signage design
guidelines in 2009 and the Camden Avenue pocket park was constructed in 2014 and maintained
by McDonalds.
Remaining issues include zoning, which controls architectural
designs of buildings; streetscape
design guidelines that are needed;
the pocket park having only two
benches with a few trees, no lighting or other amenities; revisiting
other neighborhood parks for enhancement; and a lack of street
trees.
After the presentation, those
who attended were asked to fill
out surveys on what they would
like to see.
Imagine what you want (the
Lenola Business District) to be,
your ideal situation, Fox said.
The first survey addressed the
public realm, which included
crosswalks, bicycle travel, sidewalks, Camden Avenue pocket
park, street trees, street lighting,
bus travel, automobile parking,
vehicular travel, street furniture,
corridor gateways and signage.
The survey asked about things

such as adding additional structures, the look and feel of the


streets, and speed limit changes.
The second survey was on land
use, which included Jeff Young
Park and community center; redevelopment; architectural standards; bulk standards; and other
land uses. The survey asked
about the maintenance and adequacy of the park, tax questions

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field hockey scores


The following scores were submitted by Ali Collins, of
Moorestown Field Hockey:
Moorestown Field Hockey defeated Rancocas Valley on Monday, Oct. 12 with a score of 1-0.

The only goal of the game was


made by Grace Kuszmaul.
Goalies Katie Stefano and Lauren
Pickul each had one save.
Moorestown Field Hockey
crushed Northern Burlington on

Oct. 14 with a score of 4-0. The


goals were made by Delaney
Lawler, 1, Colleen Craven, 1,
Avery Powell, 1, and Roxy Vassighi, 1. Goalie Logan Donahue
had two saves.

tennis score
The following score was submitted by Steve Dickerson, of
Moorestown Girls Tennis:
The Moorestown High School
girls tennis team beat Hightstown
3-2 on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
In singles:
First Singles: Anusha Rangu of
Hightstown
defeated
Moorestowns Emily O'Neil 6-4, 6-

3, 0-0.
Second
Singles:
Sahithi
Muthyala of Hightstown defeated
Moorestowns Alex Boone 6-2, 6-1,
0-0.
Third Singles: Anna Mary
Shetler of Moorestown defeated
Hightstowns Ritika Yadav 6-3, 6-2,
0-0.
In doubles:

First Doubles: Camilla Hoz de


Vila and Andrea Giacobbo of
Moorestown defeated Hightstowns Victoria Velez and Sam
Scully 6-1, 6-1, 0-0.
Second Doubles: Sarah Mounzer and Maddie Sherman of
Moorestown defeated Hightstowns Manasi Palle and Sreya
Kilambi 4-6, 6-0, 7-5.

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and areas for redevelopment; the
regulation of architectural standards; the proximity and height
of buildings for bulk standards;
and the types of buildings wanted
in the study area.
The final survey on land use
change potential asked residents
what they would like to see at certain properties for redevelopment
if they were ideal and ready to develop.
After the surveys were filled
out and collected, the public was
given time to talk about their concerns, ask questions and give suggestions.

The public all felt traffic was a


big issue and gave suggestions on
how they thought things could be
addressed.
They also mentioned parking
as a problem, suggesting some redevelopment areas used for parking lots, as well as the unsafe conditions of the sidewalks.
Fox said the next steps are to go
through the surveys, process the
information collected and come
back for further investigations or
with future suggestions.
All of this would take about a
month, according to Fox.
Well be back and try to give
you information in a months
time, Fox said.
To get more information, ask
questions or provide suggestions,
email Fox at efox@bcbridges.org.

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Associate Broker, Relocation/Fine Homes Specialist
Recipient of the PREA Legend Award Philadelphia Magazines 5 Star Agent 2010-2015
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The following reports are on
file with the Moorestown Police
Department:
On Oct. 5, police charged a 23year-old man of Maple Shade
with two counts of burglary and
two counts of theft. The man entered a home with force on Revere
Avenue on Sept. 24 and stole jewelry, cash and coin. Approximate
value at this time is $500. On Sept.
1, he entered a home with force on
Haines Drive and stole an Apple
MacBook, which the value is unknown at this time. The suspects
bail is set at $5,000 full. He is incarcerated in the Camden County
Jail where he was served with
these charges.
On Oct. 5, a 41-year-old man of
Cherry Hill was arrested for
shoplifting. The man selected one
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fitting room then exited the fitting room wearing the new pants
and carrying his old ones. The
value of the pants was $50. He
was released on a summons.
On Oct. 5, a victim
reported the theft of a
necklace valued at
$2,500 taken from the
building of a business
on the 100 block of
Marter Avenue.

He was released on a summons.


On Sept. 30, due to a domestic
situation, a 47-year-old man of
Moorestown was arrested and
charged with violation of a restraining order and
criminal mischief for
causing damage inside
a residence. The man
was transported to the
Burlington
County
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police
report

On Oct. 6, a 41-year-old male of


Willingboro was arrested for invasion of privacy. The man entered the womens restroom at the
Moorestown Mall food court. He
was watching the victim through
the crack in the stall door while
she was using the facility. The victim witnessed this and subsequently the suspect was arrested
and charged.

On Oct. 1, a victim reported the


theft of their Apple iPhone valued at approximately $500, which
was left in the restroom at the
Moorestown Mall food court.
On Oct. 1, a victim reported the
theft of their Apple iPhone 6 valued between $800 to $1,000, which
was left in the Journey Store in
the Moorestown Mall.

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businesses involved
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military to civilian life and find a
job. And, unfortunately, I know
for veterans the unemployment
rate is high. Were trying really
hard, inviting places from all
across New Jersey. I think it is important to show appreciation of
our veterans. I think it is the least
we can do, Morlino said.
The following people and organizations have already confirmed their attendance to the
event, and the list is growing:
Mayor
Victoria
Napolitano;
Workforce Opportunity Service,
an organization committed to
helping vets and disadvantaged
youths begin rewarding careers;
Burlington
Veteran
Center;
Travis Manion Foundation; Habitat for Humanity; American Legion; Defense Contract Management Agency in Philadelphia;

Trenton Veteran Center; PNC


Bank; Bob Smyth from Congressman Tom MacArthurs office; AnnieMac Mortgage; Technological
Associates Reserve; Lowes; Suiting Warriors; Bank of America;
and Universal Technical Resource Services.
Donations were given from the
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