Sie sind auf Seite 1von 32
www.moorestownsun.com Santa would approve However, council still needs more time to decide on Main Street
www.moorestownsun.com Santa would approve However, council still needs more time to decide on Main Street
www.moorestownsun.com Santa would approve However, council still needs more time to decide on Main Street

www.moorestownsun.com

Santa

would

approve

However, council still needs more time to decide on Main Street holiday decorations

By ROBERT LINNEHAN

The Moorestown Sun

Santa Claus would likely ap- prove of a new plan presented to council by the appearance com- mittee, but unfortunately he won’t have much of a say from his workshop up in the North Pole. Members of council showed in- terest in, but didn’t fully commit to, a plan that would see more than $33,000 spent on holiday dec- orations for Main Street this year. Appearance committee mem- bers Gina Zegal and Vickie Sewell pitched their plan to council last week, asking the members to con- sider the allocation of $33,790 for the purchase of 62 light fixtures that would be affixed to each light pole on Main Street from the in- tersection near Friendly’s to just east of Chester Avenue. Mayor John Button, liaison to the committee, said it’s an issue that is brought to his attention just about every year during the holiday season. “I hear over and over and over again about our decorations or lack of them on Main Street,” he said.

The council frequently talks about bringing more attention and visitors to the downtown business district, he said, and this would possibly be an attraction during the holiday season. Sewell explained that the gen- tleman who will decorate Main Street is a professional decorator for several established commer- cial districts and malls through- out the area, including the Cher- ry Hill Mall and the Promenade in Marlton. He’s also a Moorestown resident, she said, and is quoting the same price for the project that he gave the com- mittee in 2005. It’s about having a sense of pride in the community, Zegal said. Having something like this adorned on the majority of street lights along Main Street in the downtown area would bring visi- tors downtown and improve the aesthetics of the township. However, the decorator would need to know the council’s deci- sion by mid-July at the latest to be able to prepare everything for the 2011 holiday season, Zegal said. Councilwoman Stacey Jordan said it’s an interesting idea, but it

please see HOLIDAY, page 23

JUNE 22-28, 2011

FREE

What to choose next?

What to choose next? Special to The Sun Guests pause to refill their glass and taste

Special to The Sun

Guests pause to refill their glass and taste one of the dozens of wines served at the third annual Benefit Wine Tasting for Moorestown Visiting Nurses and Hospice. Nearly 300 local wine con- noisseurs and VIP guests attended the event, with proceeds benefiting the MVNA.

Worth the funding?

By ROBERT LINNEHAN

The Moorestown Sun

It’s been at the Swedes Run Field since the 1800s, but is the township willing to spend several thousand dollars on necessary re- pairs for the old farmhouse on the property? The historic farmhouse is not on the state’s historic registry, but it has come to be a symbol of Moorestown Township’s past. Township Manager Tom Merchel and Director of Commu- nity Development Tom Ford posed a question to members of council last week, gauging their interest to see if township fund- ing was worth being spent to re-

pair the antiquated structure. The most pressing problem of the structure, Merchel said, is the farmhouse’s roof. It’s rapidly deteriorating and either needs to be repaired or completely replaced, which would most likely be an expensive proposition, he said. Merchel asked council if $1,500 could be allocated for an engi- neering report on the structure. Until a report is complete, he said, the township won’t know the exact repairs necessary for the farmhouse or how much it would cost. There’s also a ques- tion of whether the existing structure could even support a new, modern roof.

We all like the building, Mayor John Button said, but we have to come to a point where we see if it’s worth saving or not. Council member Stacey Jordan echoed his feelings, saying that if the price is right it would be worth saving the structure. “I want to at least explore some possible options,” she said. “I’m not saying that I want to spend $100,000 in tax dollars for the structure, though. That’s not fis- cally responsible.” The council agreed to look at various solutions in conjunction with the historical society and the open space committee before committing funding to this proj- ect.

PRSRT STD

US POSTAGE

PAID

BELLMAWR, NJ PERMIT NO. 1239

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

No big to do

Bulldozers, not explosives to tear down town hall. PAGE 23

Calendar

8

Editorials

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

6

Classified

25

Less Camera Stop Bonus 10% OFF Cinemate with any TV purchase $ 539 99 Less
Less Camera Stop Bonus
10% OFF
Cinemate with
any TV purchase
$ 539 99
Less Camera Stop Bonus
Less Camera Stop Bonus Less Camera Stop Bonus
Less Camera Stop Bonus
DO YOUR HOMEWORK - BECOME AN EDUCATED BUYER!
Tony Says:
TV Model #
5 Year
White Glove
TOTAL
Warranty*
Delivery
Congrats
to all Dads
& Grads!
Best Buy
$
$ $
P.C. Richard & Son
$
$ $
hhgregg
$
$ $
CAMERA
$ 99 99
$ 99 99
$
STOP
HOURS: Mon-Thurs 10am-8pm • Friday 10am-7pm • Saturday 10am-5pm • Sunday 11am-4pm

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN

3

Calling all vets to the July 4 parade

The Moorestown Independ- ence Day Parade will take place on July 4 at noon. The parade committee wishes to invite the military veterans of Moorestown to participate in this celebration of our freedom. The committee feels that the crowd will respond wonderfully to seeing a float or marching that honors those heroes who guaran- teed that freedom. So, if you did time in a combat zone or didn’t, war-time or peace- time, it makes no difference to the

committee. Please accept our invitation since it was you who raised your hand to serve this nation. Assembly will be at the inter- section of Central and Chester av- enues. Please arrive early enough to be counted and receive your place in the line-up. Also, please wear something that marks your veteran status (military ball cap, etc.)Please con- tact Gene Clark at 722-0294 or clarkg2@juno.com for details.

MOORESTOWN YOUTH
MOORESTOWN YOUTH

FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION

2011 ONLINE REGISTRATION GOING ON NOW!

Go To

moorestownfootball.org

to sign up today! Ages 5-14 • Weights 60lbs. thru unlimited

sign up today! Ages 5-14 • Weights 60lbs. thru unlimited Send us your Moorestown news Have

Send us your Moorestown news

Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an e-mail at news@moorestownsun.com. Fax us at 856-427-0934. Call the editor at 856-427-0933.

. Fax us at 856-427-0934. Call the editor at 856-427-0933. WE FIX BENT RIMS! Featured Car
WE FIX BENT RIMS! Featured Car 2010 Nissan Sentra 4 Door Sedan, 4 cyl., Auto,
WE
FIX
BENT
RIMS!
Featured Car
2010 Nissan Sentra
4 Door Sedan, 4 cyl., Auto, FWD, PS, PB, Air,
Power Windows, Only 36,900 miles! Vin# AL633785
$13,995
2006 Ford
2008
Mustang GT
Hummer H3
V8,PowerLeatherSeats,Specialty
Paint,5Spd.Man.,PS,PB,PW,Air,
PonyWheels,Shaker1000Stereo!
50,400miles.Vin#HX65156342
4 Door Wagon with Hard
Top, L5 Engine, Auto,
4WD, PS, PB, Air, 36,300
miles. Vin# EO88127809
$20,995
$22,995
READY
TO GO!
FREE OIL CHANGE *
*First time customers. One coupon per customer. Must be presented at time of vehicle drop off. Not valid with any other offer. Does not apply to synthetic oil. Expires 7/15/11.
WE MAKE LUXURY AFFORDABLE!
4185 Route 130 South
Only 5 minutes
from Moorestown!
Edgewater Park, NJ 08010
(609) 871-2700 • jonathanmotorcars.com
*Prices include all costs to be paid by consumer except tax, tags, registration, doc fees and title costs.
All cars serviced and guaranteed. *Some restrictions apply. Does not apply to synthetic oil.

Quality building High & remodeling solutions Custom Additions • New Homes • All Seasons Rooms

Quality building High & remodeling solutions Custom Additions • New Homes • All Seasons Rooms
Quality building High & remodeling solutions Custom Additions • New Homes • All Seasons Rooms
Quality building
High
& remodeling solutions
Custom Additions • New Homes • All Seasons Rooms
Bathrooms • Kitchens • Basements
Media Rooms • Porches • Garages • Roofing • Siding
Visit our website at
www.amianoandson.com

4 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

Eleven awarded Rotary scholarships

Recently, 11 Moorestown High School students were awarded $2,000 Rotary scholarships during a special ceremony, totaling

$22,000.

They were also honored at the Rotary Lunch Club’s meeting re- cently where Rotarians had the opportunity to hear from each of them as to where they were plan- ning to attend college and what they planned to study. Students who received regular scholarship awards were: Nic- hole Bancroft (planning to attend Drexel University, major undecid- ed), Rebecca Cicales (planning to attend Arcadia University to study English/Education), Caro- line Coriell (planning to attend Fairleigh Dickinson University to study Psychology), Victoria (Tori) Lee (planning to attend Brown University to study Mechanical Engineering), Chloe Martianou

(planning to attend Rutgers Uni- versity, New Brunswick, to study Pre-med/Pre-dental), Nicholas Mastroianni (planning to attend Fairleigh Dickinson University to study Business Management), and Rhianna Werst (planning to attend Rutgers University, New Brunswick, to study English Lit- erature). Students who received special scholarship awards were:

Nicholas Birbilis, Music – Instru- mental, (planning to attend Hel- lenic College to study Theology), Pamela Derickson, Music – Vocal, (planning to attend the University of Vermont to study Biochem- istry), Brandon Pugh, Interact, (planning to attend American University to study International Business), and Daniel Schroeder, Scott Coffee Memorial, (planning to attend The College of New Jer- sey to study Nursing).

“The scholarship recipients were selected on the basis of scholastic achievement, extracur- ricular activities, and financial need,” said Jeremy Countess, who chairs the Scholarship Selec- tion Committee. “I’ve done it for years. This is a volunteer posi- tion you just can’t quite give up because it is so satisfying to assist these deserving students with their goal of going to college.” In 48 years of scholarship giv- ing, the Rotary Club of Moorestown has awarded $487,000 to promising high school seniors. Rotarians raise funds for the scholarships through community service projects such as the Ro- tary Scott Coffee 8K (Memorial) Run, held this year on June 4, the Rotary Pancake Breakfast, typi- cally held in early March, and the Rotary Travel Adventure Series, held throughout the year.

CareOne Harmony Village at Moorestown Specialized memory care with a compassionate touch Specializ ed memory
CareOne Harmony Village at Moorestown
Specialized memory care with a compassionate touch
Specializ ed memory care with a compassionate
p
y
c
p
touch
301 301
N. Stanwick Road, Moorestown, NJ 08057 • 856-638-1244 • www.care-one.com
N. Stanwick Road, Moorestown, NJ 08057 •
856-638-1244 • www.car re-one.com
NJ 08057 • 856-638-1244 • www.car re-one.com The Moorestown Sun is published weekly by Elauwit Media,

The Moorestown Sun is published weekly by Elauwit Media, LLC, 108 Kings Highway E., Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Elauwit Media was ranked as the fastest-growing newspaper company on Inc. magazine’s 2009 list of America’s 5,000 fastest-growing companies.

2009 list of America’s 5,000 fastest-growing companies. HOW TO REACH US 856-427-0933 fax: 856-427-0934 WHOM TO

HOW TO REACH US 856-427-0933 fax: 856-427-0934

WHOM TO ASK FOR Advertising: Ed Lynes, Vice President of Sales News/Editorial: Alan Bauer, General Manager & Editor

ON THE WEB www.moorestownsun.com

EMAIL DIRECTORY newsroom:

news@moorestownsun.com

editorial page:

letters@moorestownsun.com

advertising:

ads@moorestownsun.com

publisher:

publisher@moorestownsun.com

DROP US A LINE The Sun welcomes suggestions and comments from readers – including any information about errors that may call for a correction to be printed. Send your comments to news@moorestownsun.com, or call

the newsroom at 856-427-0933.

SUBSCRIPTIONS The Sun is mailed each week to addresses in the 08057 ZIP code. If you are not on the mailing route, six-month subscriptions are avail- able for $39.99. PDFs of the print publication are available online, free of charge. For information, please call (856) 427-0933 or e-mail circu- lation@elauwitmedia.com.

NEWS IDEAS The Sun has limited resources to

send photographers to community events, so the best way to seek coverage is by sending us your news release and photos to the attention of Alan Bauer, General Manager & Editor, at the above address. Or, submit your news using the “send your news” link at moorestownsun.com. The Sun will make every effort to put your news in a subsequent edition. Requests for photo coverage of your event should be sent to Alan Bauer two weeks in advance.

DELRAN ONLY Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit
DELRAN ONLY Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit
DELRAN ONLY Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit

DELRAN ONLY

DELRAN ONLY Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit
DELRAN ONLY Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit
DELRAN ONLY Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit

Cheers!

Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign
Cheers! Great Selection. BEST PRICE. Wine • Beer • Spirits • Mixers Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com and sign

Great Selection.

BEST PRICE.

Wine Beer Spirits Mixers

Visit www.joecanalsdelran.com

and sign up to receive Delran’s online exclusives!

and sign up to receive Delran’s online exclusives! HARTFORD ROAD & ROUTE 130 • 856 764

HARTFORD ROAD & ROUTE 130 856 764 6565 www.joecanalsdelran.com

Mixed Case of Wine

15% OFF *

• www.joecanalsdelran.com Mixed Case of Wine 15% OFF * 12-Pack of Beer 10% OFF * *

12-Pack of Beer

10% OFF **

Choose from a great selection of domestic and imported brands.

** Available on select 12-pack varieties. Not combinable with any other sale or discount. Available at DELRAN LOCATION ONLY. Valid through 7/31/2011. SUN062211

Mix and match 12 bottles to create your own case of choice wine!

*Available on mixed case of twelve (12) 750 ml bottles of wine. Not combinable with any other sale or discount. Available at DELRAN LOCATION ONLY. Valid through 7/31/2011. SUN062211

Not combinable with any other sale or discount. Available at DELRAN LOCATION ONLY . Valid through
Not combinable with any other sale or discount. Available at DELRAN LOCATION ONLY . Valid through
Not combinable with any other sale or discount. Available at DELRAN LOCATION ONLY . Valid through
Not combinable with any other sale or discount. Available at DELRAN LOCATION ONLY . Valid through

6

THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

EDITORIAL

ALAN BAUER DAN McDONOUGH, JR. STEVE MILLER General Manager & Editor Publisher Executive Vice President
ALAN BAUER
DAN McDONOUGH, JR.
STEVE MILLER
General Manager & Editor
Publisher
Executive Vice President
ED LYNES
JOSEPH EISELE
TIM RONALDSON
TOM ENGLE
ROBERT LINNEHAN
Vice President of Sales
Advertising Director
Digital Products Manager
Art Director
Moorestown Editor

in our opinion

Not a crime

But ‘sexting’ raises parenting questions

H ere’s a statistic for you: Roughly one in five teens – in- cluding 11 percent of girls aged 13 to 16 – have sent a nude or semi-nude picture or video of themselves to

friends or posted one on a Web site.

That statement comes from a

Sexting

Should the state or parents

be responsible for telling kids about the dangers of sex- ting? You can visit www.moorestownsun.com to share your thoughts.

press release from Assembly- woman Pam Lampitt, who cites

a 2008 survey by the National

Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. The ac- tivity is called “sexting.”

Frankly, we are shocked. The purpose of Lampitt’s press release was to announce that her bill had unanimously passed the Assembly – a bill that would mean that kids who do this sort of thing receive intense education instead of criminal prosecution. Well, yeah, that makes sense. Kids do stupid things some- times. Sexting doesn’t necessarily make them kiddie pornogra- phers or sexual predators. Yet it seems that some overly zealous prosecutors in several states have charged youngsters with crimes, including distribu- tion of child pornography, according to Lampitt’s recent press release. So, unfortunately, the new law is necessary. Still, how many of you, as youngsters, OK, even as adults (and, member of Congress, we are not talking to you), ever thought about snapping a quick photo of your naked self and, say, tacking it up to a telephone pole or dropping it into the mail to a buddy? Zero? This issue isn’t about technology. It’s about values, instilling

a sense of right and wrong in the young ones and, when they screw up, punishing them so that they learn that doing stupid things leads to consequences. Sure. Pass the bill. But maybe there should be a parental edu- cation element added to it. If your kids don’t know the dangers of sexting, it shouldn’t require state intervention to teach them.

DAN McDONOUGH, JR.

Chief Executive Officer

BARRY RUBENS

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Executive Officer BARRY RUBENS Chief Financial Officer www.elauwit.com RUSSELL CANN Chairman of the Board MICHAEL

www.elauwit.com

RUSSELL CANN

Chairman of the Board

MICHAEL LaCOUNT, Ph.D.

Vice Chairman

Chairman of the Board MICHAEL LaCOUNT, Ph.D. Vice Chairman letters to the editor So just who

letters to the editor

So just who is going to pay for all this?

In reading Mr. Williams’ com- ments in the June 8-15, issue, I wondered if “It was true?” Does one plus one still equal two? But, hey, Mr. Williams, you left out the main point in your story – failed leadership, having wast- ing $3 million of taxpayer money and counting. As a taxpayer, I find little cred- ibility in how a supposed proven building professional (team) has wasted almost $3 million and counting on a building project prior to a brick being placed. Furthermore, it seems like more money will be wasted since “the library folks” aren’t on board ei- ther with this project. How did this happen with such profes- sional advisers? The citizen taxpayers of Moorestown never voted or ap- proved this wasteful venture. Mayor Button and the Republi- can Town Council do not have the backing of the taxpayers of Moorestown. Why is this? What ever happened to “We the peo- ple?” Mr. Williams’ revisionist fic- tion about “the failed town hall project” is simply a failed story from the start. Have you noticed there is no talk of “how are we going to pay for this?” Ironically, there is talk of taxes being lowered. How strange that the Republican Party of Moorestown has not taken more control of these seri- ous issues facing Moorestown taxpayers – poor enabling leader- ship in denial about what really matters – using taxpayer money unwisely. Let’s not bring up the plastic fields controversy raging in town.

SPEAK UP!

The Moorestown Sun wel- comes letters from readers. Brief and to the point is best, so we look for letters that are 300 words or fewer. Be sure to include your name, address and phone number with your letter, and know that we will print your name and home- town with the letter. We do not print anonymous letters.

Send letters via e-mail to letters@moorestownsun.co m, via fax at 856-427-0934, or via the mail at 108 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Of course, you can drop them off at our office, too.

The Moorestown Sun reserves the right to reprint your letter in any medium – including electronically.

Who is going to pay for this wasteful town hall venture? Maybe Mr. Williams and compa- ny should start passing around the hat?

Edward Carilli

But what happens if we do nothing?

I read with great interest Ms. Clifford’s letter to the editor. I congratulate her on being such a huge advocate for AARP. But is she really a big advocate for sen-

iors? She asks, “Does a balanced budget do much good if it bank- rupts elderly citizens?” The an- swer is unequivocally no! What she does not ask are the following questions:

“What happens if we do noth- ing to try to lower spending and balance the budget, and instead end up bankrupting our entire nation?” Does grandma want to put her grandchildren in the wheelchair and push them off a cliff ? I don’t think so! The Medicare debate is not just a concern for our seniors. How we handle this debate will affect our entire nation and all future generations. The time to act is now. If we wait much longer it will be too late. Politicians from both sides of the aisle got us into this mess. More of the same partisanship and special interests deals will only worsen it. Now is the time to have a real Medicare summit, but I propose we leave the politi- cians and special interests at home. Let those truly involved, such as our seniors, doctors, hos- pitals and all the other health- care workers who care for them, come up with a plan to save Medicare, for all generations. As for voting against any budget proposal that threatens Medicare, I think Ms. Clifford should heed her own advice. I think I heard somewhere that Obamacare took half a trillion dollars out of Medicare and yet AARP was a big supporter. Why was it alright then, but not now? Was AARP looking out for seniors when Obamacare was passed or were they looking out for AARP?

Dr. Steven Horvitz

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN

7

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN 7 COLLEEN P. CLARK/The Sun Tim Brown, a revolutionary-era militia

COLLEEN P. CLARK/The Sun

Tim Brown, a revolutionary-era militia reenactor, speaks with Rudy Sauer and his granddaughter Brianna DeAngelo, 5, during Moorestown Day.

granddaughter Brianna DeAngelo, 5, during Moorestown Day. FREE Fountain Drink & Chips FREE Hash Brown &

FREE Fountain Drink & Chips FREE Hash Brown & Regular Coffee FREEBagel withCreamCheese & Cup
FREE Fountain
Drink & Chips
FREE Hash Brown
& Regular Coffee
FREEBagel withCreamCheese
& Cup of Regular Coffee
With purchase of a dozen bagels at its regular price
With purchase of any lunch sandwich
With purchase of any any breakfast egg sandwich
Excludes (or additional charge for) Premium and California bagels.
(or additional charge for) Premium and California bagels. RONALD A. BARBELLA, DPM MARC. A BARBELLA, DPM

RONALD A. BARBELLA, DPM

MARC. A BARBELLA, DPM

& ASSOCIATES

Podiatric Medicine & Surgery

DPM & ASSOCIATES Podiatric Medicine & Surgery • General Podiatry • Diabetic Foot / Wound Care

• General Podiatry

• Diabetic Foot / Wound Care

• Podiatric Sports Medicine

• Home & Emergency Care

• Foot Surgery

COMPREHENSIVE FOOT CARE Adults • Seniors • Children

Moorestown Foot Specialists, LLC 285 S. Church Street, Suite #6 Moorestown (856) 642-0565

Medford Foot Specialists, LLC 128 Rt. 70, Suite #14 Medford (609) 714-3434

Foot Specialists, LLC 128 Rt. 70, Suite #14 Medford (609) 714-3434 OPEN HOUSE - EVERY SATURDAY
OPEN HOUSE - EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 1PM-4PM
OPEN HOUSE - EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 1PM-4PM

PAGE 8

calendar

JUNE 22-28, 2011

COMPILED BY ALAN BAUER

WEDNESDAY

Want to be listed?

To have your Moorestown meeting listed in the Calendar, information must be received two weeks prior to the date of the event.

Send information by mail to: Calendar, The Moorestown Sun, 108 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Or by e-mail: news@moorestownsun.com. Or you can submit a calendar listing through our Web site (www.moorestownsun.com).

We will run photos if space is available and the quality of the photo is sufficient. Every attempt is made to provide coverage to all organizations.

Yoga for Adults: Rec Center. 6 to 7:15 p.m. Call Debbie at 217-6526. Moorestown Running Company group run: 115 West Main St. next to Peter Pan. 6:30 p.m.

FOR KIDS

Wallaby Tales traveling Zoo pres- ents – One World Many Animals:

Moorestown Library. 2:30 p.m. Grade 2 to 5. Call 234-0333 to reg- ister.

FRIDAY

June 24

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.

Children’s story time: Barnes and Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call 608-1904 for info.

SUNDAY

June 26

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 Farm Exhibit, Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1 to 4 p.m. For more information

visit www.moorestown.com/histo- ry.

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

June 27

FOR ALL

A Course in Miracles: The Center for Conscious Living. 7 p.m. Call 722-5683 for info. Overeaters Anonymous: St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 318 Chester Ave. 7:30 p.m. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit www.southjer-

seyoa.org.

TUESDAY

June 28

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.

FOR SENIORS

June 22

FOR ALL

Appearance Committee meeting:

North Church Rec Center, 11 West Second St. 7 p.m. Board of Library Trustees meeting:

Moorestown Library meeting room. 7:30 p.m. 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. Yoga for Adults: Rec Center. 6 to 7:15 p.m. Call Debbie at 217-6526. 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

Children’s story time: Barnes and Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call 608-1904 for info. Three-year-old story time:

Moorestown Library. 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Call 234-0333 to register.

Evergreens Senior Women’s Club:

New Albany Recreation Center. Noon to 3 p.m. Call 662-8752 or 235-0912 x3026 for info. Men’s Senior Citizen Club: New Albany Recreation. Center 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 866-9155 for info.

FOR KIDS

Children’s story time: Barnes and Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call 608-1904 for info.

WEDNESDAY

June 29

FOR ALL

CONTACT of Burlington County Helpline Training: 1 to 3 p.m. Call 234-5484 or visit www.contact- burlco.org for information. 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. Yoga for Adults: Rec Center. 6 to 7:15 p.m. Call Debbie at 217-6526. 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

Children’s story time: Barnes and Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call 608-1904 for info.

THURSDAY

June 23

FOR ALL

FOREIGN LANGUAGE SUMMER CAMP! Kid s L ang ua ge Summ er Camp a t
FOREIGN LANGUAGE SUMMER CAMP!
Kid s L ang ua ge Summ er Camp a t Haddon fie ld Fr ien d s S ch oo l
Have Your Child/Teen Learn:
Spa n i s h
Ma n da r i n
FREE
LEARNING
Japa nese
MATERIAL
It alia n
f or t h e
fi rst 1 0
enro llm ents.
Ru ss ia n
G er ma n
In A Small Group Setting
Private Language Coaching Available Too
Org a n i ze d by D y n ami c L a ng ua ge S erv i ces i n conju nct i on wi t h Hadd on fi e ld Fr i en d s S ch oo l .
L a ng ua ges t au g h t by n a t ive flu ent la ng ua ge co a ch es on s i te.
Sessions begin July 11th!
Seats Are Limited - Call Today (848) 333-6997
www.dynlanguage.com
Are Limited - Call Today (848) 333-6997 www.dynlanguage.com BLOODDRIVE AND PANCAKE BREAKFAST JUNE 30 • 4PM-8PM

BLOODDRIVE

AND PANCAKE BREAKFAST

JUNE 30 • 4PM-8PM

HADDONFIELDMASONICTEMPLE

16 KINGS HIGHWAY E • HADDONFIELD

If you are between 17 and 75, you can give! Every pint can save 3 LIVES!

FREE

Pancake breakfast for all donors!

$5 donation requested from non-donors.

for all donors! $5 donation requested from non-donors. Rising Sun Lodge No. 15 F.&.A.M.

Rising Sun Lodge No. 15 F.&.A.M. Questions?ContacttheCommunityBlood Council of NJ at www.blooddrivenj.com.

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN

9

Paint a ceiling, hang a door, Clean the attic, tile a floor Patch a wall or fix a sink, Repair a light that’s on the blink Paper a room, put up a blind, For Handywork of any kind…

SSaannttaa AAtt YYoouurr SSeerrvviiccee,, LLLLCC

Handy help around your home or office No job too small

((660099)) 992299--88773366

NJ Lic# 13VH04062900

help around your home or office No job too small ( ( 6 6 0 0

Wigs for Kids still going strong

Wigs for Kids, a local Moorestown charity, is still going strong in Moorestown Township as it enters its seventh year of ex- istence. Emily Lubin, a Moorestown High School student, started the Wigs for Kids Moorestown Chal- lenge when she was a third-grad- er at Baker School in 2004. Her initial goal was to get 50 donors by Mother’s Day 2005. She just finished her sopho- more year at Moorestown High School and donated her third ponytail last week. When she ar- rived at Kris Cole Salon in Delran she had the good fortune of meet-

ing another benevolent little girl, 4-year-old Madalyn Poore of Cin- naminson. Madalyn recently told her mother that she wanted to do- nate her hair to a little girl who needed it. Last week she made her dream a reality when Manag- er and Stylist Theresa McDo- nough Peterson donated Mada- lyn’s haircut. The Wigs for Kids Moorestown Challenge is nearing 300 donated ponytails since its inception. Kris Cole Salon has been a very active partner in the Challenge for many years. All of the stylists do- nate the haircuts as their contri- bution and this is just one of the

many charities Kris Cole employ- ees support. If anyone is interested in do- nating their ponytail to Wigs for Kids, they can learn more by vis- iting www.wigsforkids.org.

they can learn more by vis- iting www.wigsforkids.org . The Opportunity Within Congratulations, Class of 2011!
The Opportunity Within Congratulations, Class of 2011! Do not follow where the path may lead.
The Opportunity Within
Congratulations, Class of 2011!
Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where
there is no path and leave a trail.
350 Riverbank, Burlington, NJ 08016
ph:(609) 386-3500
www.DoaneAcademy.org

Send us your Moorestown news

Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an e-mail at news@moorestownsun.com. Fax us at 856-427-0934. Call the editor at 856-427-0933.

Silver Restoration Clinic SAVE 20% - 2 Days Only! 25-Year Warranty on silverplating No appointment
Silver Restoration Clinic
SAVE 20% - 2 Days Only!
25-Year
Warranty
on silverplating
No appointment necessary

days

only, silver resto- ration expert Eva Susie will be at our store to provide free recommenda- tions and estimates on the repairing and refinishing of your sterling and silverplated heirlooms, letting you know if they can be (or should be) re- stored. Missing parts replaced. Broken pieces soldered.

re- stored. Missing parts replaced. Broken pieces soldered. For two your family silver or just having

For two

your family silver or just having it restored to pass along to the next generation. saving 20% on silverplating and polishing during this 2-day event! So gather up your old silver today!

Sam Yampell Jewelers

Friday, June 24 10:00-5:00 Saturday, June 25 10:00-3:00 104 Kings Highway E Haddonfield 856-429-2626

Celebrating 7 years of caring! COMMUNITY EVENT ESTATE PLANNING CHECKUP! Documents needed to avoid a
Celebrating 7 years of caring!
COMMUNITY EVENT
ESTATE PLANNING CHECKUP!
Documents needed to avoid a crisis. Presented by Attorney Jerold & Rothkoff.
Monday, June 27th • 6-7:30pm Bring a friend!
CareOne at Moorestown • 895 Westfield Road • Moorestown, NJ
Contact Donna Kuschner at 856-914-0444 x3034.
CareOne at Moorestown is a 5-Star Rated Facility
Retractable Awnings Free Wind Sensor with any Sunair Motorized Awning Valid thru June 30, 2011
Retractable
Awnings
Free Wind Sensor with any Sunair Motorized Awning
Valid thru June 30, 2011
856-234-1147
856-234-1147
Motorized Awning Valid thru June 30, 2011 856-234-1147 10 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011
Motorized Awning Valid thru June 30, 2011 856-234-1147 10 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

10 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

Elementary chess lessons start Aug. 1

Terry O’Brien, a fourth-grade teacher at the Moorestown Upper Elementary School, is running a chess and strategic games camp this August for young strategists. The first session will run Aug. 1 through 5 from 9 a.m. to noon

for girls and boys ages 5 to 10. The second session will run Aug. 8 through 12 from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost, per five-day session, is $60. Both sessions will be held at UES in room N25. Interested young strategists can contact O’Brien at tobrien@mtps.com or (609) 417-

2040.

Get the Boating Basics July 11 and 13

A “Boating Basics” course will be offered by N.J. Boating Safety Classes in Moorestown on July 11 and 13. The two evening “Boating Ba- sics” courses meet the needs of boaters and personal watercraft (PWC) operators for a basic overview of boat and PWC opera- tion, while meeting the state law requirements for boating safety education certification. As of June 2009, all boaters must have the N.J. Boating Safety Certificate or face the possibility of a minimum fine of $150. There

BRIEFS

will be a $65 fee which covers the cost of the course and all materi- als. The course will be held at the Brandywine Assisted Living Fa- cility, 1205 N. Church Street, Moorestown. The classes will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. For additional information, please call 201-291-5976, Kathy at 816-8907, or visit the Web site at www.njboat.org.

Trinity Episcopal Rummage Sale June 29

Trinity Episcopal Church, lo- cated at 207 W. Main St., is having its rummage sale on June 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The Bag Sale is on June 30 from 9 a.m. to noon. There will be a snack bar with soup and take-out as well as a bake sale. Proceeds will benefit the soup kitchens and other projects.

Picciau takes on head chef duties

Thomas’ Restaurant in Moorestown announced a new head chef, Michael Picciau. Michael graduated from The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College in Philadelphia and comes with excellent experience from Joe Pesce on Walnut Street.

Twelve MFS athletes named all stars

Twelve varsity athletes from Moorestown Friends School were named to Friends Schools League all-star teams for the spring sea- son. The Friends Schools League is a co-educational high school ath- letic league for Philadelphia-area independent schools. The league is founded on the principles of the Religious Socie- ty of Friends. The nine member schools are:

Abington Friends School, The Academy of the New Church, Friends’ Central School, Friends Select School, George School, Germantown Friends School, Moorestown Friends School, The Shipley School and Westtown School. Mt. Laurel resident Wyeth Sha- bel received honorable mention for golf.

Moorestown FOP awards scholarships

Moorestown High School stu- dents Samantha Booth, Justin Chrone, Zara Asad, Justice Nor- wood and Timothy Moulton each received a $1,000 scholarship from the Moorestown Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 109 at the Moorestown High School awards ceremony held recently.

from the Moorestown Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 109 at the Moorestown High School awards ceremony

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN

11

65 Confused About The Alphabet Soup Of Medicare Part A, B, C and D CALL
65
Confused About
The Alphabet Soup
Of Medicare
Part A, B, C and D
CALL DOUG LUBENOW FOR A
FREE CONSULTATION
SENIOR ADVISORS LLC

Take a trip with Moorestown Rec

The Moorestown Department of Parks and Recreation will be sponsoring a summer trip series for all children who are regis-

tered for the Summer Parks Pro- gram. Registration will be held on a first-come, first-serve basis via www.moorestownrec.com or in person at the Department of Parks and Recreation Office at 2 Executive Drive, Suite 9B. The scheduled trips are as fol- lows:

n Tuesday, July 5: Track Clinic

for ages 5 to 12 from 10 a.m. to

noon. $10.

n Thursday, July 7: Track Clin-

ic for ages 5 to 12 from 10 a.m. to

noon. $10. n Friday, July 8: Bowling for ages 5 to 12 from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. $15.

n Monday, July 11: Roller skat-

ing for ages 5 to 12 from 11 a.m. to

2 p.m. $15.

n Tuesday, July 12: Track Clin-

ic for ages 5 to 12 from 10 a.m. to

noon. $10.

n Thursday, July 14: Track

Clinic for ages 5 to 12 from 10 a.m.

to noon. $10.

n Monday, July 18: Bowling for

ages 5 to 12 from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30

p.m. $15.

n Tuesday, July 19: Track Clin-

ic for ages 5 to 12 from 10 a.m. to

noon $10.

n Thursday, July 21: Track

Clinic for ages 5 to 12 10 a.m. to

noon $10.

n Friday, July 22: Riversharks

game for ages 8 to 12 from 9:30

a.m. to 2:30 p.m. $15.

n Tuesday, July 26: Track Clin-

ic for ages 5 to 12 from 10 a.m. to

12:30 p.m. $10.

n Thursday, July 28: Track

Clinic for ages 5 to 12 from 10 a.m.

to 12 p.m. $10.

Pick-up for all trips will be at Baker School on Maple Avenue, across from the Maple-Dawson

Tennis Courts. Track Clinics are conducted by World Athlete Track Academy

and will be held at the Moorestown High School. Trans- portation will not be provided.

For questions or further infor- mation, please contact the De- partment of Parks and Recre-

ation at 856-914-3093.

the De- partment of Parks and Recre- ation at 856-914-3093. Still Available? YES! Tax Credit, Manufacturer’s

Still Available?

YES! Tax Credit, Manufacturer’s and Utility Company rebates —

up to $1400

and we complete all the forms

16-SEER Air Conditioner 95% High Efficiency Furnace

forms 16-SEER Air Conditioner 95% High Efficiency Furnace Summer A/C Startup $79. 95 Includes a lb

forms 16-SEER Air Conditioner 95% High Efficiency Furnace Summer A/C Startup $79. 95 Includes a lb

Summer A/C Startup $79. 95 Includes a lb up to 1 1" filter and of
Summer
A/C
Startup
$79.
95
Includes a
lb
up to 1
1" filter and
of Freon
ONLY
until
6/30/11

CALL NOW!

We specialize in Residential and Commercial:

CALL NOW! We specialize in Residential and Commercial: We install Rheem equipment For Service: Call Joe

We install

Rheem equipment

For Service:

Call Joe (609) 820-3584

e-mail: allaboutair@comcast.net For Installations:

Call Jeff (609) 352-1011

e-mail: customairconcepts@comcast.net

allaboutair@comcast.net For Installations: Call Jeff (609) 352-1011 e-mail: customairconcepts@comcast.net LENDER
LENDER

LENDER

LENDER

LENDER

3 different types of raw oysters (we don’t have a liquor license. you know what

3 different types of raw oysters

(we don’t have a liquor license. you know what to do.)

Enrolling Now For September 2011

Enrolling Now For September 2011

Naudain

Academy

A Montessori School

“Education That Lasts A Lifetime”

A Montessori School “Education That Lasts A Lifetime” • Toddler, Pre-school & Kindergarten Programs •
A Montessori School “Education That Lasts A Lifetime” • Toddler, Pre-school & Kindergarten Programs •
A Montessori School “Education That Lasts A Lifetime” • Toddler, Pre-school & Kindergarten Programs •
A Montessori School “Education That Lasts A Lifetime” • Toddler, Pre-school & Kindergarten Programs •

• Toddler, Pre-school & Kindergarten Programs

• State licensed, non-profit facility

• Half, Full & All Day Programs

• Trained Montessori Teachers

• Summer Enrichment Programs

• Two administrators on-site

(856) 751-1510

Established

(856) 751-1510 Established 1977 www.naudainacademy.com • 6 School Lane, Voorhees

1977

(856) 751-1510 Established 1977 www.naudainacademy.com • 6 School Lane, Voorhees

(856) 751-1510 Established 1977 www.naudainacademy.com • 6 School Lane, Voorhees
www.naudainacademy.com • 6 School Lane, Voorhees

www.naudainacademy.com 6 School Lane, Voorhees

Healthier Children and Chiropractic

Your child may have subluxations in their spines and not know it! That is why they need periodic spinal checkups. Chiropractic can help with:

Asthma • Scoliosis • Sport Injuries • Fatigue Bad Posture • Headaches • Neck and Back Injuries and Pain

More and more families are finding that periodic Chiropractic Spinal Checkups for their children make a big difference in their health.

Call today for an appointment.

difference in their health. Call today for an appointment. www . bidw e ll- c hi

www. bidwe ll- chi rop r a ct i c.co m

Strawbridge Professional Center

2 1 2 West Ro u te 38, Sui te 1 00 Moorestow n, N J 0805 7 “Ac ross f rom St rawb ridge L a ke”

7 “Ac r oss f r om S t ra wb ridg e L a ke”

856-273-1551

Get well with Bidwell

wb ridg e L a ke” 856-273-1551 Get well with Bid well 12 THE MOORESTOWN SUN
wb ridg e L a ke” 856-273-1551 Get well with Bid well 12 THE MOORESTOWN SUN

12 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

with Bid well 12 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011 Special to The Sun Mary

Special to The Sun

Mary Roberts Elementary School students received a special treat when their principal, Dr. Fred John- son, zipped down a one-hundred foot slip-and-slide on field day. The activity was a result of a student vote for Project Democracy.

was a result of a student vote for Project Democracy. BEST SHOWROOM | BIGGEST SELECTION |
BEST SHOWROOM | BIGGEST SELECTION | GREAT SERVICE 10% OFF your order of $250 or
BEST SHOWROOM | BIGGEST SELECTION | GREAT SERVICE
10%
OFF
your order of
$250 or more
401 Rt. 38 Moorestown, NJ 08057
856-235-0198 • www.tileshop.com

Get down and groove at Perkins

The Moorestown Department of Parks and Recreation an- nounces its annual summer con- cert series that will be held this summer on Wednesday evenings beginning at 7:30 p.m. on the lawn

at Perkins Center for the Arts, lo- cated at Camden Avenue and Kings Highway. All performances will have a rain date of the Thurs- day following the postponed con- cert. Bring a lawn chair or blan- ket to sit on. Below are the groups that will be providing the music for the free concert performances.

n June 29: Seven on Sunday

with a preview of MoorArts pro-

duction of Hairspray.

n July 6: The Barbone Street

Jazz Band with a preview from

the Quaker Noats.

n

July 13: No concert.

n

July 20: The Jersey Boomers

with a preview by Moorestown

Theater Company.

n July 27: The Wind Symphony

of Southern New Jersey with a preview by the Moorestown

School of Music String students.

n August 3: Tri-County Sym-

phonic Band with a preview by the Quaker Noats.

Moorestown School of Music String students. n August 3: Tri-County Sym- phonic Band with a preview

BOOST YOUR

BUYING POWER

Prices valid 6/23/11 - 6/27/11 unless otherwise noted. While supplies last.

- 6/27/11 unless otherwise noted. While supplies last . INSTANT SAVINGS for every $50 spent on:
- 6/27/11 unless otherwise noted. While supplies last . INSTANT SAVINGS for every $50 spent on:
INSTANT SAVINGS for every $50 spent on:
INSTANT SAVINGS for every $50 spent on:

MAILBOX PROJECT

Eligible products include •Mailboxes •Posts •QUIKRETE Fast-Set Concrete Item and brand will vary by market.

TOP CHOICE, HARDWOOD AND SELECT PINE BOARDS

FENCE PROJECT

Eligible products include •In-stock wood fence panels •Stanley gate hardware •QUIKRETE Fast-Set Concrete

Excludes Top Choice Contractor Pack items. Pricing and selection for commodity items may vary due to market conditions. We reserve the right to limit quantities.

market conditions. We reserve the right to limit quantities. INSTANT SAVINGS for every $100 spent on:

INSTANT SAVINGS for every $100 spent on:

limit quantities. INSTANT SAVINGS for every $100 spent on: IN-STOCK 4' x 8' SHEETS OF PLYWOOD

IN-STOCK 4' x 8' SHEETS OF PLYWOOD or OSB

Instant savings available on purchases of up to $1,000.

OSB Instant savings available on purchases of up to $1,000. IN-STOCK WOOD STUDS AND PRESSURE TREATED

IN-STOCK WOOD STUDS AND PRESSURE TREATED

2" x 4" x 8' or 4" x 4" x 8'

TREATED 2" x 4" x 8' or 4" x 4" x 8' IN-STOCK MOULDING KEEP YOUR

IN-STOCK MOULDING

KEEP YOUR COMPETITIVE EDGE

$ 50

INSTANT SAVINGS

FOR EVERY $200 SPENT ON IN-STOCK ROOFING ACCESSORIES AND ROOF VENTILATION

Offer includes •Roofing felt •Hip and ridge cap •Starter strip •Roofing underlayment •Roofing ventilation See associate for details.

•Roofing ventilation See associate for details. 18-Volt NiCd Compact Cordless Drill/Driver with Case

18-Volt NiCd Compact Cordless Drill/Driver with Case

•Includes two batteries and charger #134205

$ 119 was $ 189
$ 119
was
$ 189
two batteries and charger #134205 $ 119 was $ 189 $ 100 INSTANT SAVINGS FOR EVERY
two batteries and charger #134205 $ 119 was $ 189 $ 100 INSTANT SAVINGS FOR EVERY

$

100

$ 100 INSTANT SAVINGS FOR EVERY $500 SPENT ON IN-STOCK OR SPECIAL ORDER DURABUILT VINYL SIDING

INSTANT SAVINGS

FOR EVERY $500 SPENT ON IN-STOCK OR SPECIAL ORDER DURABUILT VINYL SIDING AND ACCESSORIES

In-stock items may vary by market.

SIDING AND ACCESSORIES In-stock items may vary by market. Call 1-800-GO-LOWES or visit Lowes.com/WeInstall to

Call 1-800-GO-LOWES or visit Lowes.com/WeInstall to schedule a free in-home exterior project consultation.

DETAILS ON OUR POLICIES AND SERVICES: Prices may vary after 6/27/11 if there are market variations. “Was” prices in this advertisement were in effect on 6/16/11 and may vary based on Lowe’s Everyday Low Price policy. See store for details regarding product warranties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. While Lowe’s strives to be accurate, unintentional errors may occur. We reserve the right to correct any error. Prices and promotions apply to US locations only, and are available while supplies last. ©2011 Lowe’s Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Lowe’s, the gable design and Let’s Build Something Together are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. (R7006)

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN

15

Lowy named Subaru Foundation Scholarship winner

Sarah Lowy of Devon Road in Moorestown is a winner in the Subaru of America Foundation Scholarship Program. The pro- gram is sponsored by The Subaru of America Foundation. Sarah is the child of Susanne E. Shepherd. Sarah attends Moorestown High School and in-

tends to major in engineering at the U.S. Military Academy. She is involved in the student association, the hand bell choir, the Rotary interact club, and plays basketball, among other ac- tivities. The Subaru of America Foundation Scholarship Program was established to reward the ac-

ademic excellence of children of Subaru of America, Inc. employ- ees and to encourage them to con- tinue their education. Through the program, the Sub- aru of America Foundation awards scholarships to current college students and promising high school seniors who plan to

attend accredited colleges or uni- versities located in the U.S. The scholarship winners are chosen competitively on the basis of their academic records, participa- tion in school and community ac- tivities, full-or-part time work ex- perience, a statement of goals and aspirations, and a recommenda-

tion. All phases of the scholarship competition are independently managed by The Scholarship Foundation. TSF is a national, non-profit scholarship service or- ganization with extensive experi- ence in the design and manage- ment of scholarship programs.

LONG & FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite

LONG & FOSTER

REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE

FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ

110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ 856-642-8700 • www.longandfoster.com

Jo Ann Kay Sales Associate Direct: 856.642.8031 408 Creek Rd, Moorestown $1,750,000 IMPOSING MAGNIFICENCE! Elegant,

Jo Ann Kay

Sales Associate

Direct: 856.642.8031

Jo Ann Kay Sales Associate Direct: 856.642.8031 408 Creek Rd, Moorestown $1,750,000 IMPOSING MAGNIFICENCE! Elegant,

408 Creek Rd, Moorestown

$1,750,000

IMPOSING MAGNIFICENCE! Elegant, custom-built raised rancher sits on almost 3 acres! Circular drive, mstr Eu- ropean masonry, grand foyer w/ 22’ clngs. Each rm is large & inviting. Egresses from all rms to outside patios,

skylights,secsyst,musicsyst,centvac,marble,carpet&h/wflr,zonedheat,3f/ps,cathedral,vaulted&coffered

clngs. Kit offersgranitecntrtps&commercial qualityapps. Houseisideal for entertaining. Full bsmnt hasaccess to outside. Lot abuts conservation property w/ 24x36 ft, 2 stall barn w/ hay loft for the horse enthusiast.

OPEN SUN 6/26, 1-3 HOUSE
OPEN
SUN 6/26, 1-3
HOUSE

725 N Stanwick Rd, Moorestown $475,000

LOCATION! 4 br, 2.5 ba rancher is located 1.5 blocks fromMoorestown Middle & High Schools & walking distance to center of town. Corner lot, over 1/2 acre, in-ground pool, large deck & screened in porch. Entry foyer leads to large LR, which flows into DR. FR, DR & brms all have h/w flrs. Step-down FR has windows (replaced 2 years ago)

&woodburningf/p.4brsaregoodsize.Kithascoriancounters,newerapps,skylight&freshlypaintedcabinets.

Houseisnewlypainted. Full unfinbsmnt. 2door att gar. MOTIVATEDSELLER! Propertyfor sale"asis".

NEW PRICE!
NEW
PRICE!

109 Haines, Moorestown

$625,000

Toptobottomenergyefficiency! StrawbridgeLake’sscenicsection. Completelyrenovated&expanded. Openflr plan has kit w/ 42” cherry cbnts, gran cnters, tile bcksplsh & flr, cntr isle, brkfst bar, 2 pntrs & dining area. LR w/ gas f/p & Anderson wind & Brazilian cherry h/w flrs flow into foyer & DR. DR w/ custom millwork & columns. FR w/ vaulted clng & Palladium style window opens to kit which has sliders to deck. Mstr Ste w/ sit rm, dual closets, seamless tile shower & dual vanities. 3 brs w/ walk in closet. Playrm adjacent to mud rm & gar. 2 Zone energy efficient HVAC.

cadburycares improve your daily living skills or to help in recovery from surgery. The Cadbury
cadburycares
improve your daily living skills or to help in recovery from surgery.
The Cadbury Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has been providing
skilled nursing care and short term sub-acute rehab for South Jersey
seniors for over 30 years.
In addition to the highest quality Physical Therapy, Speech-Language
Therapy and Occupational Therapy, Cadbury’s unique Quaker
philosophy of individual care focuses on wellness and recovery in a
pleasant, supportive and loving environment. Direct admissions available!
Call now to schedule an appointment or to learn more about our services.
Cadbury Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
856-382-4008
www.cadbury.org

Independent Living

Assisted Living

Skilled Nursing & Sub-acute Rehabilitation

2150 Route 38 Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

Independent Living Assisted Living Skilled Nursing & Sub-acute Rehabilitation 2150 Route 38 Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
LONG & FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite

LONG & FOSTER

REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE

FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ
FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ
FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ

110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ 856-642-8700 • www.longandfoster.com

725 Lippincott Ave, Moorestown 619 E Main St, Moorestown $874,900 1003 Westfield Rd, Moorestown$699,000 Joan
725 Lippincott Ave, Moorestown
619
E Main St, Moorestown
$874,900
1003 Westfield Rd, Moorestown$699,000
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Elegant European Classic 5 bedroom Jeffrey Dubrow home in desirable Northwest
Estates. Exceptional attention to detail inside and out. Chef's kitchen with Granite
Double Oven, Dacor Warming Drawer, Sub-Zero, and Asko. Hardwood floors
throughout 1st and 2nd floors, 9' ceilings, Sun Room, Study, 3 Full and 3 Half Baths,
Back Staircase, andFinishedBasement. Wonderful location, beautiful home.
New heating system. On 1.32 park like acres this 7 br, 3.5 ba Georgian Colonial offers time-
lessgrace. Thoughtfullyrenovatedhomemaintainingitshistorical character whileadding
modern conveniences. Original plaster moldings, millwork, 12 ft clngs, randomwidth wood
plankflrs, antiquehardware, dual staircs, 2f/ps, screened&openporchingroundpool &
paver patios. For additional information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
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,
morningandfamily roomwithbrick floors, in-groundpool, cedar shake roof, 3car
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.
OPEN
HOUSE
Joan Delaney
17 High St, Moorestown
$585,000
Ashley Ct, Moorestown
$699,000
325
E Central, Moorestown
$695,000
JUST
Sales Associate
Exceptional 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath home with an "In Town"
location. Hardwood floors, French doors, Viking, Sub-
zero, dual staircases, updated through-out. An amaz-
ing home! For more information call Joan DeLaney
direct at 856-642-8742.
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.
SUN 6/26, 1-4
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-
SOLD!
Direct: 856.642.8742
tombuilt-ins,2f/ps,gleamingh/w&cherrykitmakethishomespecial.Allbathshavebeen
updated & rooms are tastefully & graciously appointed. Large family/great room w/ its cozy
f/p is the perfect place to entertain friends &family alike. Large Deck &Sparkling Pool!
UNDER
CONTRACT
NEW
12 DAYS!
IN
PRICE!
22 Apple Orchard Road, Moorestown
$724,900
Ashley Ct, Moorestown
$499,900
303
Susan Dr, Cinnaminson
$229,900
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Grace & charm are apparent at first glance. Sitting at back of Moorestown Hunt, spacious home
offers so much. H/Wfloors t/o the foyer, LR, DR & kit, 2 woodburning f/ps, back staircase, updat-
ed kit w/ new large center isle, granite, Bosch d/w, double ovens & gas cooktop, 3 car gar, new
front door & side panels, ALL windows tinted, fin bsmnt w/ exercise rm, surround sound in LR &
DR. Enormous brick patio with plenty of roomto accommodate outside entertaining. Lovely!
Build your dream home in the wonderful neighborhood
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.
Home being sold "AS IS". Located in Ivywood section this 4 br 1.5 ba home is situated on
quiet street. LR w/ bay window allows you to watch the world go. Spacious eat in kit has
updated apps, abundance of cabinetry & good sized eating area that overlooks backyard.
FR boasts brick f/p w/ mantle. Sliders lead out to backyard. 1 car attached gar & bsmnt
allow for storage. Plenty of space for everyone-4 full brs! Call Joan Delaney for details.
NEW
NEW
NEW
LISTING!
PRICE!
LISTING!
Erin Blank
MOORESTOWN
$499,000
680
Lippincott, Moorestown
$1,450,000
751
Riverton Road, Moorestown $1,999,999
Salesperson, ASP
www.ErinBlank.com
Direct: 856.642.8046
GREAT LOCATION! Priced at $499,000 4 Winterberry Rd, Moorestown. Build your
dreamhome on this acre plus lot in desirable Northwest Estates. Owned by a local
prominent builder, the buyer has a great opportunity to co-create a truly one of a
kind home that is energy efficient. A very private lot-absolutely gorgeous. Please
call for a private tour and start planning your customhome today!
1.4 wooded acres enclosed by trees, plantings & gardens located on quiet private "in town"
location. Large deck &screenedinporchoverlooks heatedingroundpool &spa. Beyondpool
sits "secret garden." 6 brs, 5½ bas, custom architectural wdwrk, extensive custom painting,
sunken DR, music rm/1st floor BR w/ adjacent full bath & 2 f/ps. Mstr ste w/ marble enclosed
jacuzzi,cathedral ceiling,dressingarea,walk-inclosets&upperdeckoverlooksyard.
Collins Estate-Georgian Colonial w/ 5 or 6 brs, 5.5 ba. Renovated t/o on 3.4 acres w/ "in town" location,
present owners have modernized all facets of home yet still has character of original architecture. Kit
rnvtion by Apple Kitchens & Craig Lord w/ apps, granite, Tedd cabinetry & Bamboo flrs. Bths rnvtd.
1500 sq ft. addition w/ 2 story ceiling, gas f/p & Ramsay Built-ins. Movie theater w/ tiered seats. Newer
5zoneheat&cool,slaterf,freshlypaintedext,newbths,coppergutters,partfinbsmnt,3cargar.
PRICE
AMAZING
REDUCED!
PRICE!
Erin Blank
Salesperson, ASP
www.ErinBlank.com
Direct: 856.642.8046
211 N Colonial Ridge, Moorestown $459,000
Lorie Benardella
MOORESTOWN
$2,495,000
3 new lot listings in Moorestown
Sales Associate
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 fam-
ily. 3 car heated gar. & workshop area, 600 sq ft. deck, walk-
out bsmnt oversized kit, elevator, radiant floor heating. Floor
to ceiling windows overlooking backyard.
PRICES STARTING AT $330,000!
Cell: 609.315.8067
PRICE
REDUCED!
All lots are 1.5 acres and located in a great
neighborhood close to schools and shopping.
Call Lorie Benardella direct for details at 609-315-8067.
NEW
Spilled off the pages of a Story Book! 3 beds, 2 full baths, Maines brick Cape Cod Home is well sit-
uated on quiet, tree-lined street. Timeless, sophisticated home has been updated w/ elegant Newer
KitfeaturingGranite,"Subway"TileBacksplash&StainlessAppliances.GleamingHardwoodFloors,
Anderson Windows &Newer Paint add to the"I can just move in" feeling. Fin bsmnt provides won-
derful space for Home Office or Playroom. Lovely paver patio & 1 car garage. Great Value!
NEW
LISTING!
LISTING!
NEW
NEW
LISTING!
PRICE!
NEW
PRICE!
LONG & FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite

LONG & FOSTER

REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE

FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ
FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ
FOSTER REAL ESTATE • MORTGAGE • TITLE • INSURANCE 110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ

110 Marter Avenue, Suite 501, Moorestown, NJ 856-642-8700 • www.longandfoster.com

215 E Central Ave, Moorestown $2,095,000 220 Gregory Ct, Moorestown $774,000 594 Stratford, Moorestown $569,900
215 E Central Ave, Moorestown
$2,095,000
220
Gregory Ct, Moorestown
$774,000
594
Stratford, Moorestown
$569,900
Joan Delaney
Direct: 856.642.8742
One of Moorestowns most remarkable Estate Homes. This 6 BR 4.5 BA Georgian Revival
home, rich in architectural details, sits on well over an acre of land. 4 f/ps, 10' ceilings,
CarreraMarble, Granite, Subzero, Viking, Rutt Kit, heatedMarbleFlrs, Oak&Chestnut h/w
Flrs, Olympic size Pool w/ Spa & 3.5 car gar. Located on one of Moorestown's most beau-
tiful streets in the center of town. Call Joan DeLaney for information at 856-266-0588.
5
br, 4.2 ba 1st FLOOR MASTER - 2 br, 2.5 ba on 1st, 3 br, 2 ba on 2nd. 2nd flr remodeled
Sales Associate
2007, new heat & cool (2008) & Anderson windows (2007). Newer "Apple" kit (2004) w/ AGA
Europeanstove, fridge drawers, wine fridge, cabinetry, Granite brkfst bar, cntrtps &built-in
desk space. Bsmnt (2002) has highceilings, woodburningf/p&custombuilt pub. 3f/ps,
moldings,customcabinetry,peggedh/wfloors,3baygar,landscaping,brickpatio&newroof!
4 br, 2.5 ba home has newer kit, Decora cabinetry, quartz cntrtps, breakfast bar, Kitchen Aid
app pckg, tile flrs & custom light. LR w/ h/w flrs, custom bookshelves, crown molding, wain-
scoting & brick gas f/p. DR has h/w flrs & custom corner cabinetry, FR & glass walled sun
rm w/ custom cabinetry, bar & seating area; MBR wing w/ newer spa-like bath, vanity,
whirlpool & ample closets. Heated salt water pool w/ fence, landscaping, 2 car gar & bsmnt.
14 Cove Road, Moorestown
$735,000
147
W Central Ave, Moorestown $374,900
410
Salem Rd, Moorestown
$1,999,999
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Beautiful 4 bedroom 3 bath Maines built home on 2 incredible acres. Over
4,300 sq ft offering New Geothermal 3 zone heat and air, finished basement,
Newfull bath with granite, hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, and amazing mas-
ter suite with office, sitting room, and private back staircase that offers a
beautiful brick wall. An amazing home offered at an amazing price.
WarmandWelcoming. This updated3bedroom2.5bathCraigLordbuilt colo-
nial offers the updated you want with the charmyou expect. Hardwood floors
add warmth to this already sun drenched home and the family room addition
offers a fireplace andbeautiful a stone floor. Granite, stainless steel appliances,
designer paints, deck, paver patio, and walking distance to town center.
HUGE PRICE REDUCTION! 6 br 6.5 ba brick colonial on 2 acres offering pool w/ waterfall,
tennis crt, pond, patios & walk-out bsmnt w/ exercise rm, game rm, FR, music rm & wine
cellar w/ cherry walls & doors, stone strs, wine racks, friges & cntr isle. Kit offers sideXside
Sub-Zero, Wolf 8 burner cook top, SS apps & granite. 2 stry FR w/ f/p, cherry study w/ sit
rm& French Drs to patio. Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
UNDER
UNDER
CONTRACT
CONTRACT
236 S. Church, Moorestown
$349,900
555 N Stanwick Rd, Moorestown
$1,399,000
200
Hickory Ln, Moorestown
$619,900
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
The charmof days gone by but with all the modern amenities you hope for. Sit on the front
porch and 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, and abundant
Remarkable 7 BR 3/5 Bath Deborah Hospital Designers’ Show House 2001. Featuring
3
fireplaces, a Dream Kitchen rich in high end appliances, Italian tiles, Architectural
Direct: 856.642.8742
Moldings with great attention to detail throughout this Estate-Style Home. MBRSuite is
character. This home is move inready. Location, price, andcharm
a
perfect combination!
veryspaciousandoffersatremendousprofessionallyappointedwalk-incloset. Private
Patio, HardwoodFloors, and2incrediblesolariumswithbarrel ceilings…Beautiful!
Location, location, location! Wonderful home in Golf Estates section of Moorestown.
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home sits on quiet street in middle of town. Large sun
drenched rooms, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, library, 13x29 three season room,
ingroundpool, generous kitchenwithMaple Cabinets anddouble wall oven, family room
with fireplace overlooking yard &pool. Close to Moorestown Field Club, town &schools.
NEW
NEW
LISTING!
PRICE!
8
Leeds Rd, Moorestown
$2,199,000
109 W Oak Ave, Moorestown
$374,900
6 Lavender Ln, Mt. Laurel
$539,000
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Finely appointed Georgian Colonial in NW Estates offers 6 brs, 4 full & 3 half baths on
1.2acres.10’ ceilings,plastermoldings,h/wfloors,chef’skit,marblekeystones&thresh
holds, customcabinetry, pro grade apps, 4 f/p, 3 car gar, French drs, patios, balcony,
5 zone HVAC, fin bsmnt, irrig syst… the list goes on & on! Paul Canton built home. No
detail overlooked. For additional information call Joan DeLaney Direct at 856-266-0588.
Warmth, Charm, and Character is what you can expect to find in this lovely bungalow.
Welcomed by mature trees, window boxes, and pristine landscape, this home exudes
"CottageCharm".Hardwoodfloors,2fireplaces,1cargarage,newroof,andfreshlypaint-
ed. Beautiful yard with meandering garden and patio. A Walk to town location completes
this very special home. For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
Scarborough built, Laurel Ponds home sitting on private cul-de-sac location. 4 brs, 2.5 bas,
h/w floors, oversized 2 story family room w/ brick fireplace, master br w/ sitting/exercise
room, large kitchen w/ granite & eating area & finished WALK-OUT basement that offers
bar, plenty of room for pool table, game area & 2nd family room. This home has so much
to offer. Call Joan DeLaney direct for details & open house information at 856-266-0588.
NEW
PRICE!
2
Cobblestone Court, Moorestown $3,700,000
116 Leconey Circle, Palmyra
$249,000
107
Inverness Drive, Moorestown $659,000
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
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 flowout to bluestone ter-
races & broad lawn complete w/ pool, summer kitchen & cabana w/ full bath. Remarkable!
NEW
LISTING!
3 brs, 1.5 ba fully renovated t/o. LR has brick f/p & h/w flrs. Kit boasts ss apps, neutral tiles &
countertops. DR features chandelier & well maintained h/w flrs. Sunroom makes terrific space
for home office or playroom. Renovated half ba rounds out 1st floor. Mstr has adjacent reno-
vated full ba. Other 2 brs are spacious &in neutral decor. Bsmnt, floored attic, det gar, paver
patio,fencedyard,newerwindows&wonderful curbappeal makespropertyagreatvalue!
NEW
PRICE!
Laurel Creek-3 bds, 3.5 bths. Premium wooded lot. Greenbriar Provincial Villa w/ golf course
views. Sun-splashed kit features cntr isle, gran cntrtps, eat in brkfst rm&lots of cabinetry. 2 story
FR features custom entertainment cntr, custom bkshlvs & gas f/p w/ marble surround. Mstr en
suite features 2 walk-in closets, well appointed mstr bth w/ soaking tub, shower & seperate sinks.
Remaining 2 brms feature their own bas. 2 car gar & full bsmnt allows for plenty of storage.
NEW
LISTING!
SALE
PENDING

10 % ALL SAMSUNG

OFF

APPLIANCES

Excludes storage pedestals. Discount taken at time of purchase.

OFF APPLIANCES Excludes storage pedestals. Discount taken at time of purchase. HURRY IN! Offer valid 6/22/11

HURRY IN!

Offer valid 6/22/11 - 7/4/11.

NEW
NEW

4.7 CU. FT. PLATINUM

HIGH-EFFICIENCY WASHER

(WA5471ABP) #350412 $ 1079 was $ 1199
(WA5471ABP) #350412
$ 1079
was $ 1199

7.4 CU. FT. PLATINUM

ELECTRIC DRYER

(DV5471AEP) #350413 $ 1079 was $ 1199
(DV5471AEP) #350413
$ 1079
was $ 1199

+ ADDITIONAL

10% OFF

+ ADDITIONAL

10% OFF

Introducing the NEW high efficiency top load laundry with

Introducing the NEW high efficiency top load laundry with • PowerFoam ™ technology converts regular High

• PowerFoam technology converts regular High Efficiency detergent into powerful, yet gentle foam that penetrates fabrics quickly for a deep clean.

GIVE YOUR LAUNDRY ROUTINE A CLEAN SLATE

Find Out How at Facebook.com/ samsunghomeappliances.

Some items may be available via Special Order Express in 7 days or less.

NEW
NEW

3.9 CU. FT. STEAM HIGH-

EFFICIENCY WASHER

(WF431ABW) #346646 $ 939 was $ 1199
(WF431ABW) #346646
$ 939
was $ 1199

7.4 CU. FT. STEAM

ELECTRIC DRYER

(DV431AEW) #346648 $ 939 was $ 1199
(DV431AEW) #346648
$ 939
was $ 1199

+ ADDITIONAL

10% OFF

+ ADDITIONAL

10% OFF

LAUNDRY PEDESTAL WITH DRAWER

(WE357A0W) #334996

$199

GREAT SAVINGS ON SAMSUNG APPLIANCES AT LOWE’S

#334996 $199 GREAT SAVINGS ON SAMSUNG APPLIANCES AT LOWE’S Dual Ice Makers NEW ONLY AT LOWE’S
#334996 $199 GREAT SAVINGS ON SAMSUNG APPLIANCES AT LOWE’S Dual Ice Makers NEW ONLY AT LOWE’S

Dual Ice

Makers

NEW ONLY AT LOWE’S

28 CU. FT. STAINLESS STEEL FRENCH DOOR REFRIGERATOR

(RF4287HARS) #330637 $ 2349 was $ 2999
(RF4287HARS) #330637
$ 2349
was $ 2999

+ ADDITIONAL 10% OFF

28.5 CU. FT. STAINLESS STEEL FRENCH DOOR REFRIGERATOR

(RFG298HDRS) #350526 $ 2199 was $ 2699
(RFG298HDRS) #350526
$ 2199
was $ 2699

+ ADDITIONAL 10% OFF

NEW
NEW

4.7 CU. FT. HIGH- EFFICIENCY WASHER

(WA5451ANW) #350403 $ 899 was $ 999
(WA5451ANW) #350403
$ 899
was $ 999

7.4 CU. FT. STEAM ELECTRIC DRYER

(DV5451AEW) #350406 $ 899 was $ 999
(DV5451AEW) #350406
$ 899
was $ 999

+ ADDITIONAL 10% OFF

available at When you use your Lowe’s Consumer Credit Card. SPECIAL FINANCING ** Minimum purchase
available at
When you use your Lowe’s
Consumer Credit Card.
SPECIAL
FINANCING **
Minimum purchase
required.
*Subject to credit approval. Some
exclusions apply. Special Financing and
5% Discount offers cannot be combined.
See below for details.

Prices may vary after 7/4/11 if there are market variations. “Was” prices in this advertisement were in effect on 6/16/11 and may vary based on Lowe’s Everyday Low Price policy. See store for details regarding product warranties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Lowe’s, the gable design and Let’s Build Something Together are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. *5% Off Your Lowe’s Consumer Credit Card Purchase: Get 5% off your single-receipt in-store purchase of any in-stock or Special Order merchandise charged to your Lowe’s® Consumer Credit Card. Offer is not valid on previous sales, purchase of services or gift cards. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any coupon, Lowe’s military discounts, Lowe’s employee discounts, or Lowe’s low price guarantee. ** No Interest if Paid in Full within 6 Months. Offer applies to single-receipt purchases of $299 or more on your Lowe’s ® Consumer Credit Card. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the promotional balance is not paid in full within 6 months. Minimum monthly payments required: Cannot be combined with other credit related promotional offers. No inter est will be assessed on this promotional purchase if you pay the following (promotional balance) in full within 6 months: (1) the promotional purchase amount, and (2) any related optional credit insurance/debt cancellation charges. If you do not, interest will be assessed on the promotional purchase from the date of the purchase. Some or all of the minimum payment based on the promotional balance may be applied to other account balances. Depending on the length of the promotional period and the amount of the promotional purchase, the required minimum payment may pay off the pro motional purchase before the end of the promotional period. Regular account terms apply to non-promotional purchases and, after promotion ends, to promotional purchases. For new accounts: Standard APR is 24.99%. Minimum interest charge is $1.00. Existing cardholders should see their credit card agreement for their applicable terms. Offers are subject to credit approval. Excludes Lowe’s ® Business Credit Accounts, Lowe’s ® Project Card SM Accounts, all Lowe’s ® VISA ® Accounts, and Lowe’s ® Canada Credit Accounts. We reserve the right to discontinue or alter the terms of these offers at any time.

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN

19

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN 19 Special to The Sun The Moorestown 10U Freedom travel

Special to The Sun

The Moorestown 10U Freedom travel softball team won the UGSA Freedom Division championship re- cently. The girls dominated their division with only one loss during the regular season.

610.491.9400 888.491.9030
610.491.9400
888.491.9030

CONTACT seeks volunteers

CONTACT of Burlington County, a 24-hour telephone crisis helpline, is looking for volun- teers. No experience is necessary – training provided. Training covers therapeutic communication skills and topics such as depression, suicide and

community resources. We need caring people to an- swer our crisis helplines. If you are 18 years or older, please call CONTACT to register at 234-5484 x101, e-mail info@con- tactburlco.org or visit www.con- tactburlco.org for information and applications.

www.con- tactburlco.org for information and applications. B.T. EDGAR & SON CONGRATULATES Our dedicated associate
www.con- tactburlco.org for information and applications. B.T. EDGAR & SON CONGRATULATES Our dedicated associate
www.con- tactburlco.org for information and applications. B.T. EDGAR & SON CONGRATULATES Our dedicated associate
www.con- tactburlco.org for information and applications. B.T. EDGAR & SON CONGRATULATES Our dedicated associate
www.con- tactburlco.org for information and applications. B.T. EDGAR & SON CONGRATULATES Our dedicated associate

B.T. EDGAR & SON

CONGRATULATES

Our dedicated associate who was the recipient of the 1st quarter of 2011 award presented by the Burlington Camden County Association of Realtors ® .

Burlington Camden County Association of Realtors ® . Louise M. Carter SUPERSTAR PERFORMER For excelling in

Louise M. Carter

SUPERSTAR

PERFORMER

For excelling in listing & sales for the quarter

Presented during the Association’s General Membership Meeting on June 8, 2011, the award recognizes area REALTORS who have excelled in sales production for the calendar quarter. Less than 3% of REALTORS in the Burlington and Camden County area received this impressive honor. The BURLINGTON CAMDEN COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS is a professional and trade Association representing the interests of some 4,000 real estate professionals in the Delaware Valley.

“Real SERVICE in Real Estate”

in the Delaware Valley. “Real SERVICE in Real Estate” 27 E. Main St. (856) 235- 0101

27 E. Main St.

(856) 235-0101

Moorestown, NJ

08057

27 E. Main St. (856) 235- 0101 Moorestown, NJ 0 8 0 5 7 info@EdgarRealEstate.com www.EdgarRealEstate.com

info@EdgarRealEstate.com

www.EdgarRealEstate.com

8 0 5 7 info@EdgarRealEstate.com www.EdgarRealEstate.com FRANCHISES AVAILABLE! In the Saw Mill Village Route 70
FRANCHISES AVAILABLE! In the Saw Mill Village Route 70 East • Cherry Hill, NJ TOP
FRANCHISES AVAILABLE!
FRANCHISES
AVAILABLE!

In the Saw Mill Village Route 70 East Cherry Hill, NJ

In the Saw Mill Village Route 70 East • Cherry Hill, NJ TOP RATED ASIAN RESTAURANT
In the Saw Mill Village Route 70 East • Cherry Hill, NJ TOP RATED ASIAN RESTAURANT
TOP RATED ASIAN RESTAURANT IN CHERRY HILL!
TOP RATED
ASIAN RESTAURANT
IN CHERRY HILL!

856-216-0090

www.ktownbbq.com

GUTTER

CLEANING

888-348-8832

GUTTERDOCTOR

GUTTER CLEANING 888-348-8832 GUTTERDOCTOR LICENSED AND INSURED

LICENSED AND INSURED

20 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

Send us your Moorestown news

Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an e-mail at news@moorestownsun.com. Fax us at 856-427-0934. Call the editor at 856-427-0933.

Eighth-graders take OutBack Shootout title

at 856-427-0933. Eighth-graders take OutBack Shootout title Special to The Sun The Moorestown Travel Lacrosse Club’s

Special to The Sun

The Moorestown Travel Lacrosse Club’s eighth-grade girls squad, in the back row, from left are Gabby Cooper, coach LaDelfa, Jessi Button, Kiera Dalmass, Courtney Bodine, Miranda Chrone, Adriana Pendino, Maggie Handlan, Grace LaDelfa, Kendall Coughlin, Melanie Becker, Alexandra O’Donnell and coach Liz Borucki. In the front row are Genevieve Cickavage, Emily Troy, Abbey Brooks, Kristin Gorman, Katie Richards and Jaime Tsao.

Brooks, Kristin Gorman, Katie Richards and Jaime Tsao. Experienced,Exceptional,Comfortable,Casual The Moorestown

Brooks, Kristin Gorman, Katie Richards and Jaime Tsao. Experienced,Exceptional,Comfortable,Casual The Moorestown

Experienced,Exceptional,Comfortable,Casual
Experienced,Exceptional,Comfortable,Casual

The Moorestown Travel

Lacrosse Club’s eighth-grade girls team captured the championship title at the recent OutBack Shootout in Toms River on June

5.

After winning all four games in their bracket, the team advanced to beat North Brunswick in the playoffs. From there, they went on to win 11-8 against West Windsor Lightning. According to representatives, the girls forced key turnovers from West Windsor Lightning as a result of the aggressive defense played by Alexandra O’Donnell, Jessi Button and Miranda Chrone. The eighth-grade girls domi- nated control of the draw and Gabby Cooper dominated in goal with eight saves during the game. Goals were contributed by Mel Becker, Emily Troy, Kendall Couglin, Kiera Dalmass and Adri- ana Pendino with assists by Alexandra O’Donnell, Adriana Pendino and Maggie Handlan. “Defensively, we played togeth- er as a unit, successfully double teaming the ball and shutting down Lightning’s offensive op- portunities,” coach Liz Borucki said. “Our patience on attack and well-placed shots helped us to overcome an early three goal deficit. “Throughout the day, our de- fensive unit came up big for us, al- lowing very few shots on goal. When there was a shot on goal, Gabby came up huge, making save after save.” “Offensively, we moved the ball well, remaining patient and look- ing for scoring opportunities. We capitalized on loose balls all over the field, and collectively worked together as a team to win the tournament and finish the day 6-

0.”

balls all over the field, and collectively worked together as a team to win the tournament
balls all over the field, and collectively worked together as a team to win the tournament

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN

21

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN 21 Special to The Sun Rachel Kueny crowns Mary during

Special to The Sun

Rachel Kueny crowns Mary during Our Lady of Good Counsel’s annu- al May Procession, honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary.

OLGC honors Holy Mother

By JEN ANDERSON

Special to The Sun

Under a clear and beautiful sky on Friday, May 13, Our Lady of Good Counsel’s Blessed Mary was honored at the school’s annual May Crowning. All the children from the school met at the statue of the Blessed Mother in front of the school to pray in her honor. Dur- ing the procession to the church, the children, using their own per- sonal rosaries, prayed aloud. At the church, eighth-grader Rachel Kueny crowned Mary out- side the entrance of the church,

in front of the entire school and staff, as well as many parents and family members, while being at- tended by Kimberly Ravold, Sarah Dignam and Marissa Topolski. Following the crowning, a spe- cial Mass was celebrated by Fa- ther Damian and Deacon Chris Piccollo. The entire eighth grade sang a very moving rendition of “Mary’s Song,” which can still be viewed on the school website at www.olgc- nj.org. During the Mass, special readings, prayers and songs were celebrated by all in honor of our Holy Mother.

OFFI CE S PACE FOR R EN T

1,460 Sq. Ft.

Spa c i o u s. Su n li t. Green v i e w s. Corner wi n dow s. Conven i ent, i nv i t i ng l oc a t i on. Leve l a ccess. E xce ll ent pa rk i ng a t yo u r doorste p. Wid e hallway s. Neu tr al , top- q uali t y fi n i s h es. Mo d ern restroo m s.

$2,675 includes everything:

He a t, ai r con di t i on i ng, la n d sc api ng, snow re m ov al . Re al est a te t a xes, wa ter, co mm on a re a mai nten a nce. Moorestow n. Le a se 2 ye a rs plu s op t i ons. Per fect for m e di c al , l eg al , or bu s i ness u se.

Susan 856-235-9181

Businesses and individuals continue to face the challenges of change. Pressure on sales, profits and
Businesses and individuals
continue to face the challenges of change.
Pressure on sales, profits and execution of the business processes require
leaders and key associates to rethink old habits.
Our goal is to…
Listen to your unique challenges.
Ask questions.
Question your answers.
Contact us for a no obligation,
good conversation.
Working with
owners and leaders
for over 30 years
Dean Jester
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT LLC
(856) 780-6175
A Strategic Partner of
Leadership Management Inc.
dean.jester@dhjpm.com
www.dhjpm.com
Did your favorite restaurant get reviewed? moorestownsun.com
Did your favorite restaurant get reviewed?
moorestownsun.com
Management Inc. dean.jester@dhjpm.com www.dhjpm.com Did your favorite restaurant get reviewed? moorestownsun.com
Irreverent, witty, outlandish and sometimes rational commentary about important topics (or at least topics important
Irreverent, witty, outlandish and sometimes rational commentary about important topics (or at least topics important
Irreverent, witty, outlandish and sometimes rational commentary about important topics (or at least topics important
Irreverent, witty, outlandish and sometimes rational commentary
about important topics (or at least topics important to The Yak).
Visit http://sj.sunne.ws/author/the-yak

22 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

22 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011 Special to The Sun CareOne Harmony Village at

Special to The Sun

CareOne Harmony Village at Moorestown celebrated fellow veterans at an honorary Veterans Celebration recently. Harmony Village is an assisted living community.

The Tender seeks volunteers

The Tender, Inc., an organiza- tion serving seniors in Burling- ton County, needs more volun- teers 18 or older to drive frail eld- erly people to medical or other ap- pointments and take them shop- ping and to work directly with

clients in the day center, helping with games, crafts and other ac- tivities and with snacks and lunch. Volunteers receive train- ing and orientation. While day center volunteers are asked to commit to the same day each

week, the commitment for trans- portation volunteers is flexible; they can choose assignments that fit their personal schedules. To volunteer or for more informa- tion, please contact The Tender at

234-5999.

that fit their personal schedules. To volunteer or for more informa- tion, please contact The Tender

JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN

23

Not so explosive end for town hall

By ROBERT LINNEHAN

Township

Manager

Tom

The fire-damaged building on

The Moorestown Sun

Merchel reported

last

week

that

West Second Street must have its

the town hall will be demolished

electricity isolated before

the

For

residents

hoping

to see

a

by a bulldozer.

process begins, because the utili-

massive

implosion,

clouds

of

There

will

be

no

explosives

ties feed into the library building

dust,

and

debris

shooting

out

used in the process, he said. The

adjacent to the town hall, Merchel

through

Moorestown

Township

demolition

process

will take

said.

PROFESSIONAL WEBSITES. PEASANT PRICES.
PROFESSIONAL WEBSITES.
PEASANT PRICES.

during

the

upcoming

town

hall

about 60 days to complete, he said,

demolition,

we have

some

bad

and will

most likely

be finished

news for you.

 

by August.

Holiday decorations

HOLIDAY

Continued from page 1

be

might

budgetary period.

The council

the next

difficult

budget

during

this

is likely

at

to adopt

the June 27

council

$33,000 in the document for holi- day decorations might not be in the cards for this year.

that council

put

Monday, June 27 meeting to see if the funding could be found in the budget.

finding

meeting,

so

Button suggested

the plan on

hold until the

Alzheimer’s support

Caring for an elderly loved one can be challenging but when Alzheimer’s disease or other de- mentia are present it can become overwhelming very quickly. Learn tips, strategies and ways to cope as well as much-needed in- formation, education and refer- rals at The Tender’s support

group on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:15 p.m. The Tender is a 501c3 charity providing a day centers for per- sons with Alzheimer’s disease lo- cated at 16 E. Main Street in Moorestown. Contact Barbara for info at 234- 5999 or TenderADC@aol.com.

4.750 % 30 YEAR FIXED MORTGAGE American Wide Loans has some of the best Mortgage
4.750
%
30 YEAR FIXED
MORTGAGE
American Wide Loans has some of the
best Mortgage Rates and nationwide
home loans for all your mortgage needs.
We have a no points and no fees option
available for refinancing and purchasing
your home.
FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS
can purchase a new home with as little
as 3.5% down payment.
For more information about today’s
lowest rates, call (888) 765-9960 or apply
online at http://elauw.it/amwideloans.
Mortgage rates are effective March 16, 2011. This rate is on a thirty year fixed mortgage. Offer is subject to credit approval and
may change without notice. *Minimum loan amount is $200,000, maximum LTV 80%.

Send us your Moorestown news

Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an e-mail at news@moorestownsun.com. Fax us at 856-427-0934. Call the editor at 856-427-0933.

Congratulations Class of 2011! Evan Armstrong - University of Maryland George Bader - Wake Forest
Congratulations Class of 2011!
Evan Armstrong - University of Maryland
George Bader - Wake Forest University
Peter Barna - The College of New Jersey
Amanda Barrish - Muhlenberg College
Sahebjit Bhasin - Rutgers University
Julia Bintliff - University of Delaware
Mary Elizabeth Boccolini - Boston University
Michael Brady - Stevens Institute of Technology
Jacob Burbage - Purchase College
Alexandra Burris - Saint Joseph’s University
Avrey Campbell - Savannah College of Art and Design
Julia Capuzzo - New York University
Taylor Cheng - Emory University
Keith Console - University of Miami
Nicholas Cook - Emory University
Mary Daniel - Loyola College in Maryland
Curran Ellis - Franklin College (Switzerland)
Erica Fenza - College of Charleston
Joseph Filippone - Boston University
Ananya Fussell - Full Sail University
Madison Galvin - Fordham University
Stephanie Goodman - New York University
Shakeil Greeley - University of Pennsylvania
Joshua Gregory - Swarthmore College
Drew Haines - Pennsylvania State University
Jaime Harlan - James Madison University
Alleanna Harris - Temple University
Chandler Hart-McGonigle - The College of New Jersey
Danica Harvey - Swarthmore College
Amy Ho - Rutgers University
Jazzmin Holmes - Rutgers University
Taylor Horn - Cornell University
Alexandra Hovatter - Clemson University
Geordan Johnson - Lehigh University
Hee Jin Kim - Washington University in St. Louis
Jordan King - Carnegie Mellon University
Tyler Knowlton - Johns Hopkins University
Kyle Koste - Drexel University
Harrison Krohn - University of Georgia
Bryce Langlotz - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
and State University
John Latimer - Pennsylvania State University
Alicia Legard - Washington College
Alyssa Lopez - Saint Joseph’s University
Victoria Martin - University of Alabama
Devin Massaro - Cornell University
Isaias Muñoz - Cornell University
Liam Narozanick - Elon University
Alexander Nork - Ohio State University
James O’Donnell - Franklin & Marshall College
Temi Obaisi - Rutgers University
Nathan Owens - University of St. Andrews (Scotland)
Anushi Patel - Pratt Institute
Samantha Perzin - Syracuse University
Emma Peterson - Bucknell University
Joshua Pinho - American University
Claire Ponticello - Duke University
Nathan Rivera - Pennsylvania State University
Adrienne Saludades - Smith College
Samantha Saludades - Bryn Mawr College
Alexander Schoifet - Cornell University
Wyeth Shabel - University of Maryland
Andrew Shinn - Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Galen Spencer-Linzie - Bucknell University
Ailsa Stevenson - School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Autumn Talley - Howard University
Matthew Tamburri - College of Charleston
Elizabeth Tatum - Rutgers University
Darshak Thosani - Drexel University
Michael Van Cleve - University of California
at Los Angeles
Meghan Walker - University of Mississippi
Brian White - Dartmouth College
David White - Johns Hopkins University
Isabella Whittaker-Inserra - Syracuse University
Gregory Yingling - Clemson University
3 year olds through 12th grade
110 E. Main St. Moorestown, NJ 08057
(856) 235-2900
www.mfriends.org
DAILY BLITZ Only a few deals remain! Act fast before it's too late! Wednesday, June
DAILY BLITZ
Only a few deals remain! Act fast before it's too late!
Wednesday, June 22nd (Tabernacle)
Thursday, June 23rd (Medford)
$5
For an eyebrow
waxing
$25
For $50 worth
of food & drink
Friday, June 24th (Haddonfield)
Tuesday, June 28th (Mt. Laurel)
$39
For a 3-month
membership
$25 For $50 worth
of food & drink
Wednesday, June 29th (Haddon Township)
Thursday, June 30th (Shamong)
$25 For $50 worth of
food & drink
$25 For $50 worth
of food & drink
Friday, July 1st (Marlton)
$39
For a 3-month
membership
FREE!FREE! 1.) Go to mysundeal.com and buy the deal. 2.) Click one of the icons
FREE!FREE!
1.) Go to mysundeal.com and buy the deal.
2.) Click one of the icons to share the deal with your friends through
Facebook, Twitter or email.
3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get the deal for free!
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get
or email. 3.) If at least three people buy the deal through your share, you’ll get

www.mysundeal.com

THE MOORESTOWN SUN

JUNE 22-28, 2011 PAGE 25 classified BUSINESS LINE ADS BOX ADS SERVICES List a text-only
JUNE 22-28, 2011
PAGE 25
classified
BUSINESS
LINE ADS
BOX
ADS
SERVICES
List a text-only ad for your yard sale,
job posting or merchandise.
$
Cherry Hill Sun • Haddonfield Sun
Marlton Sun • Medford Sun
Moorestown Sun • Mt. Laurel Sun
45
Only $ 175
Only
per month
per week
Only $ 55 per week
Shamong Sun • Tabernacle Sun
Voorhees Sun • Washington Twp. Sun
WHAT
YOU
NEED
TO
KNOW
All ads are based on a 5 line ad, 15-18 characters per line. • Additional lines: $9, Bold/Reverse Type: $9 • Deadline: Wednesday - 5pm for the following week. • All classified ads must be prepaid.
Your Classified ad will run in all 10 of The Sun Newspapers each week! • Be sure to check your ad the first day it appears.
We will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion, so call us immediately with any errors in your ad. • No refunds are given, only advertising credit.
HOW
TO
CONTACT
US
Call us: 856-528-4698 or email us: classifieds@elauwitmedia.com

ATTENTION JUNK CARS WANTED

Sell your junk car for $250 and up for more info call Mike at 609-820-8643 licensed salvage yard

more info call Mike at 609-820-8643 licensed salvage yard WINDOW CLEANING PRESSURE WASHING Fully Insured W

WINDOW CLEANING PRESSURE WASHING

Fully

Insured

W

W

A

S

O

H

D

I

N

N

I

W

G

Free

Estimates

WIZARD

609-953-0886

Windows Screens Skylights Chandeliers Gutters & More! Pressure Washing

Homes Decks Driveways Patios Concrete Roofs Pool Area

 

www.windowwashingwizard.com

 

$25 OFF

Window Cleaning

CALL TOM

856-429-4882

AMERICAN SERVICES WindowCleaning • PressureWashing Concrete Pool Cleaning Deck Cleaning andSealing

$50OFF

$25OFF

DeckCleaning

HousePressure

andSealing

Washing

Cris House Cleaning

609-556-7541

andSealing Washing Cris House Cleaning 609-556-7541 CSI Group International Absolutely all concrete problems

andSealing Washing Cris House Cleaning 609-556-7541 CSI Group International Absolutely all concrete problems

CSI Group International

Absolutely all concrete problems solved Repair and Restoration “Cracks are our specialty.” Residential and Commercial Services

Decorative Concrete

New Concrete

Seal Coating

Power Washing

Mudjacking

Concrete Leveling

Stain Removal

FREE ESTIMATES

856-381-0249

NJ License #13VH06184500

S & J Construction, LLC

Concrete Masonry • Concrete Stucco Brick • Chimneys Repaired • French Drains Mudjacking • Concrete Leveling

(609) 230-1682 • (609) 268-9497

No Job Too Small

(609) 230-1682 • (609) 268-9497 No Job Too Small RAS Builders Custom Homes, Additions, Sun rooms,

RAS Builders

Custom Homes, Additions, Sun rooms, Siding, Baths, Decks, Garages, Basements, Roof, Windows

Since 1974

FREE ESTIMATES

$1,000 Off Any Job over $10,000

856-627-1974

Applewood Custom Cabinetry

Hand crafted to suit your taste, lifestyle & dreams

over 30 years experience

your taste, lifestyle & dreams over 30 years experience Specializing in Kitchens, Wall Units and Bars
your taste, lifestyle & dreams over 30 years experience Specializing in Kitchens, Wall Units and Bars

Specializing in Kitchens, Wall Units and Bars

Custom Cabinetry at Great Prices

(856) 303-0931

856-356-2775 www.OurHome-DogBoarding.com BOARD YOUR DOG WITH A LOVING FAMILY

856-356-2775

www.OurHome-DogBoarding.com

BOARD YOUR DOG WITH A LOVING FAMILY

Smolar Garage Door Service

856-466-7473

• Garage doors/openers

• Spring replacements

• Cables/rollers

• Key pads/remotes

Call Today!

• Cables/rollers • Key pads/remotes Call Today! T.N. WILLIAMS ELECTRIC 856-858-6918 NJ Lic# 12115

• Cables/rollers • Key pads/remotes Call Today! T.N. WILLIAMS ELECTRIC 856-858-6918 NJ Lic# 12115

T.N. WILLIAMS ELECTRIC

856-858-6918

NJ Lic# 12115

ATTIC FANS & ALL YOUR ELECTRIC NEEDS With Automatic Thermostat & Shutoff Switch ALL METAL
ATTIC FANS &
ALL YOUR ELECTRIC NEEDS
With Automatic Thermostat & Shutoff Switch
ALL METAL CONSTRUCTION - 1200 CFM
$ 295
COMPLETELY
INSTALLED
DON HAHN ELECTRIC
856-783-9128
Our 38th Year
Fully Insured & Bonded
800-427-2067
NJ LIC
#4546

CHECK OUT The Sun Classifieds

800-427-2067 NJ LIC #4546 CHECK OUT The Sun Classifieds DIAMOND ROOFING Shingle • Cedar Shake •

DIAMOND

ROOFING

Shingle • Cedar Shake • Rubber Hot Asphalt • Skylites & Repairs

(609) 953-2335

(609) 268-9200

26

THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

CLASSIFIED

856-429-8991 On t i me. Done R i ght. For all your home repairs. Locally

856-429-8991

On t i me. Done R i ght.

For all your home repairs. Locally owned & operated.

www.mrhandyman.com

Lic. # NJ-HIC13VH03642600

Why replace when you can reface?

Why replace when you can reface? 609-261-5558 www. faceitkitchens .com RATED A+ Family Owned & Operated!

609-261-5558

www.faceitkitchens.com

RATED A+
RATED A+
can reface? 609-261-5558 www. faceitkitchens .com RATED A+ Family Owned & Operated! Lifetime Warranty! Customer

Family Owned & Operated! Lifetime Warranty! Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed! Free Estimates! Serving the tri-state area! Senior citizen discounts!

Fully licensed and insured #13VH06230000
Fully licensed and insured
#13VH06230000
SPECIALIZING IN: Windows • Doors • Decks Additions • Finished Basements Drywall Repair • Alterations
SPECIALIZING
IN:
Windows • Doors • Decks
Additions • Finished Basements
Drywall Repair • Alterations
Drywall • Trim • General Repairs
Free Estimates
856-663-5036
Serving South Jersey for 24 years
Voted Best of South Jersey Courier Post Readers Choice

www.accentgardenmarket.net

Courier Post Readers Choice www.accentgardenmarket.net SDK HOME REPAIR Any repair you can think of, we can

Courier Post Readers Choice www.accentgardenmarket.net SDK HOME REPAIR Any repair you can think of, we can

SDK HOME REPAIR

Any repair you can think of, we can do.

24 hour Emergency Service
24 hour
Emergency
Service

609-481-8886

ROOF CLEANING & POWERWASHING

Remove Black Mold & Algae

Vinyl Siding Concrete Driveways Decks & Fence Sealing & Staining

FREE ESTIMATES

Fully Insured

856 912-5499

10% OFF WITH THIS AD

856-824-1360
856-824-1360

Call for a free a no obligation Estimate

Phone: (856) 401-0101 • Cell: (856) 577-6463 www.originaldesignpainting.com Call for your free estimate! Residential
Phone: (856) 401-0101 • Cell: (856) 577-6463
www.originaldesignpainting.com
Call for your free estimate!
Residential • Commercial
Call for your free estimate! Residential • Commercial Paperhanging, Removal & & P P ainting By
Call for your free estimate! Residential • Commercial Paperhanging, Removal & & P P ainting By

Paperhanging, Removal && PPainting

By Randy Craig

(856) 9981-1359

www.rcpaperhangings.com

Randy Craig (856) 9 9 81-1359 www.rcpaperhangings.com CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088

CELLA
CELLA

ROOFING&SIDING

CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088

(856) 429-4088

CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088 R&L TREE SERVICE Best Price Guaranteed! Tree

CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088 R&L TREE SERVICE Best Price Guaranteed! Tree

CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088 R&L TREE SERVICE Best Price Guaranteed! Tree
CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088 R&L TREE SERVICE Best Price Guaranteed! Tree

CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088 R&L TREE SERVICE Best Price Guaranteed! Tree

CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088 R&L TREE SERVICE Best Price Guaranteed! Tree

CELLA ROOFING&SIDING (856) 429-4088 R&L TREE SERVICE Best Price Guaranteed! Tree

R&L TREE SERVICE

Best Price Guaranteed!

Tree Removal Tree Pruning Stump Removal 24 Hr. Emergency Service Stump Removal 24 Hr. Emergency Service

FREE ESTIMATES

Fully Insured

856 912-5499 Firewood for sale!

10% OFF WITH THIS AD

856 912-5499 Firewood for sale! 10% OFF WITH THIS AD Back in Time Auto Upholstery For

Back in Time Auto Upholstery

For All Your Upholstery Needs

609 267-4050

For All Your Upholstery Needs 609 267-4050 If you’re reading your competitor’s ad? Who’s making
If you’re reading your competitor’s ad? Who’s making money… YOU OR THEM? INTOACTION! Advertisewithus!
If you’re reading your
competitor’s ad?
Who’s making money…
YOU OR THEM?
INTOACTION!
Advertisewithus!
Special Classifiedoffersavailable.
Don’t delay! Call today!
(856) 427-0933 x 512
Don’t delay! Call today! (856) 427-0933 x 512 CUSTOM FINISHES by Rick’s Painting , LLC

CUSTOM FINISHES by Rick’s Painting, LLC

“METICULOUS WWORKMANSHIP AAND RRELIABLE SSERVICE”

W W ORKMANSHIP A A ND R R ELIABLE S S ERVICE” (856) 366-6828 www.rickspainting.net FULLY

(856) 366-6828

www.rickspainting.net

FULLY INSURED

Res./Comm.

License # NJ13VHO1774600

CLASSIFIED

THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 22-28, 2011

27

Beautiful Cape Cod style home for rent
Beautiful Cape Cod style home for rent
JointheElauwitTeamtoday! Elauwit Media is looking for driven, enthusiastic people to join our team. If you're
JointheElauwitTeamtoday!
Elauwit Media is looking for driven,
enthusiastic people to join our team. If
you're interested in working in a start-up
environment,loveworkingwithpeople,and
have excellent communication skills, then
Elauwit is the place for you.
ACCOUNTMANAGER
•Opensnewbusinessrelationships
• Must be outgoing, driven and confident
•Full time