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JUNE 29-JULY 5, 2011

Ponying up for kids’ sake

By ROBERT LINNEHAN

The Moorestown Sun

Three generations of women and three generations of hair. Their ponytails will help make one of the most original wigs for a sick child that Wigs for Kids has ever seen. Emily Lubin, a 15-year-old jun- ior from Moorestown High School, recently sent one of her ponytails, a ponytail of a 4-year- old girl she met from Cinnamin- son, and two ponytails of an 81- year-old woman from Palmyra to Wigs for Kids. Lubin has been participating in the Wigs for Kids program since she was 7 and in second grade. Lubin and several friends donated their ponytails for the non-profit organization and vowed to keep coming back and donate 50 wigs, starting the Wigs for Kids Moorestown Challenge. Eight years later, Lubin has sent

more than 300 ponytails to the or- ganization. Recently, Lubin and 4-year-old Madalyn Poore of Cinnaminson donated their ponytails to Wigs for Kids. The next week Lubin met 81-year-old Margaret La Cerra from Palmyra, who donat- ed two ponytails that she cut off when she was just 13 years old. “She donated two pigtails that she had as a kid. They were more than 65 years old. We thought that was such a cool story, she had these ponytails for so long. She was so funny. Just the fact that she had them for so long was so cool,” Lubin said. “She had cut them off when they were 13. They were kept by her father as a me- mento of her youth, it was great. It was cool that she donated them.” Wigs for Kids is a nonprofit or- ganization that collects hair from donors to construct wigs for chil- dren who have lost their hair as

they go through chemotherapy. A wig can be constructed using 12 ponytails, so Lubin has suc- cessfully helped the organization make more than 25 wigs for sick children. Lubin has partnered with the Kris Cole Salon in Delran. The salon saves the donated ponytails for Lubin and then the teenager ships them off to Wigs for Kids herself. Lubin also sends a certifi- cate of donation to the thoughtful donor who participated in the program. “That’s what is cool about this. Kids can do this; we even had a 3- year-old do it once. You don’t need to be that old, you don’t need to donate money, everyone can do it,” Lubin said. “It’s a way to vol- unteer without actually have to donate money. It’s great.” The salon typically does not charge if donating to the pro- gram. To set up a donation, please call 764-7400.

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Emily Lubin, 15, and Margaret La Cerra, 81, show off two ponytails that La Cerra cut off when she was just 13 years old. She is donating the ponytails to Wigs for Kids, to which Lubin has donated more than 300 ponytails in eight years. Wigs for Kids is a nonprofit organiza- tion that creates wigs made of real hair for children going through chemotherapy.

Recyclebank program terminated

By ROBERT LINNEHAN

The Moorestown Sun

The township doubts that many residents of Moorestown will shed too many tears over the decision to cut the Recyclebank program from the 2011 budget. Mayor John Button confirmed that Moorestown will not be offer- ing the Recyclebank program to its residents for the next year. Button and Township Manager Tom Merchel both said that the Recyclebank program will not be offered to Moorestown residents as a cost-saving measure for the

next budget. Currently, the Recylebank pro- gram costs the township $44,000 annually to offer it to residents. The program was started in 2009, Merchel said. Currently, not many residents in Moorestown take advantage of the recycling program, which offers its partici- pants different incentives to recy- cle. When the program began, Merchel said, Moorestown was using funding from several recy- cling grants it had received to off- set the cost of the program. However, these grants have

been exhausted and the Recycle- bank program is not a cost that council deemed necessary for Moorestown any longer, he said. “It was something that all the residents were paying for and just a few were taking advantage of,” Merchel said. Button agreed and said the benefits of the program did not equal the cost of taxpayer money. The decision to cut the pro- gram will not affect the recycling program in the township at all, he said, and most likely won’t reduce the gross tonnage that Moorestown recycles each year.

All residents will still use the same recycling carts and buckets despite the program being cut, he said. “It was costing us $44,000 per year. As I said, the number of folks using the Recyclebank was small, so our residents were pay- ing for something only a small fraction of them were using,” Button said. The Recyclebank program of- fers homeowners incentives to in- crease their recycling rates. Recyclebank provides each home with a special 96-gallon re- cycle container that is able to

monitor exactly how much each home recycles each week by scan- ning a barcode each time recy- cling is collected. The barcodes and a special chip were installed in the recy- cling cans of Moorestown resi- dents when the program was ini- tiated. The amount recycled by each individual home is translated into Recyclebank Reward Points. The Recyclebank Reward points can then be redeemed for coupons that residents can use to shop at hundreds of participating stores.

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Trust takes first at NJ middle school Stock Market Game

Students from Barbara Smyth’s class at Orchard Friends School in Riverton recently cele- brated their first-place victory in the South Jersey Middle School Division in the New Jersey Stock Market Game, sponsored by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIMFA). The competition reinforces criti- cal thinking, decision-making, co- operation and communication by incorporating math, social stud- ies and language arts skills into real-life applications. Jordan Trust, 15, of Moorestown, placed first in the competition along with Joe Maf- fei, 15, of Voorhees. Orchard Friends School spe- cializes in educating children with language-based learning dif- ferences. Students began the competi-

tion in September with a virtual cash account of $100,000 and a goal of creating the highest-per- forming portfolio by the end of the program in April. After re- searching financial news and trends in newspapers and online, students used a live-trade simula- tion to trade common stocks and mutual funds and earn or pay in- terest on cash balances and trades. “By participating in the stock market game, our students prac- ticed their math skills while learning about how global issues can impact the economy. They based their purchase decisions on what they learned from analyzing financial trends and current events and watched as these deci- sions led to stock market success- es and failures,” said John Keeley, Head of School, Orchard Friends

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Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey congratulates the staff of Lutheran Care at Moorestown’s Lutheran Care skilled nursing facility for their recent deficiency free survey. This 12-acre campus located in Moorestown’s historic district is one of only a few facilities that have received a survey with zero deficiencies. The state Depart- ment of Health and Senior Serv- ices conducted the annual survey for licensure and Medicare/Med- icaid certification April 25 through May 2. A deficiency is a violation by the health care facili- ty of one or more specific state or federal regulations. On average in

the United States, skilled nursing homes receive eight deficiencies in their annual survey. Lutheran Care’s skilled nurs- ing facility and their Hope Reha- bilitation Center’s sub-acute unit met all proper standards required by the state and federal govern- ment, resulting in no state or fed- eral deficiencies cited upon their visit. The facility also received recognition once again for its compliance with state advisory regulations, which exceed the re- quirements of the standard state regulations for staffing, training and program content. A portion of these advisory regulations al- lows the facility’s Alzheimer’s

care unit to be deemed state certi- fied. “We are very honored to re- ceive a deficiency free survey. I’m so proud of our staff for their hard work and dedication to keep- ing our facilities in exceptional condition. This is the type of care we aim to give to our residents and I am happy to say we are liv- ing up to these standards,” said Paul Cranmer, executive director of Lutheran Care at Moorestown. “Our staff was excited to see their hard work pay off and are dedicated to continuing to work hard and once again receive a de- ficiency free survey in the upcom- ing year.”

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ALAN BAUER DAN McDONOUGH, JR. STEVE MILLER General Manager & Editor Publisher Executive Vice President
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in our opinion

Lose the decals

Red license plate stickers need to go

T he folks who brought us Kyleigh’s Law five years ago

meant well. They wanted to protect young drivers. And

most of the law does just that by mandating curfews and

limiting driving privileges. But there’s one huge problem with the law: the requirement that teens place red decals on the license plates of the cars they are driving. The intent is to let folks know that the person behind the

wheel is a young, inexperienced driver. The problem with the law is that it lets folks know that the person behind the wheel is a young, inexperienced driver. If you’ve driven in New Jersey for more than 10 minutes, you have encountered your share of idiots. Often, said idiots are en- raged at something or someone, real or imaginary. And they usually are in a hurry to get somewhere – probably to hang out with other idiots. They honk horns, yell, use creative sign language, cut people off, swerve in and out of traffic, speed and otherwise get some kind of perverse joy in showing the world that they indeed are the north end of a southbound mule. It’s not a huge jump to believe that these slack-jawed knuckle- draggers will get quite the hoot in going after an easy target – like those drivers with red decals on license plates. And those are just the “normal” idiots. To pedophiles and the traditional criminal element, these red stickers are giant red flags that say “Hey, the person driving this car probably is a re- ally easy target.” Lose the sticker requirement. Or, instead, put red license plate stickers on a bunch of unmarked police cars. Have the biggest, most ill-tempered cops you can find drive these cars. Eventually, one way or another, word will get around that you should give extra space and courtesy to those red-tag drivers.

Sticker shock

Should the state drop the requirement that young driv- ers have red decals on license plates? You can visit www.moorestownsun.com to share your thoughts.

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Chairman of the Board MICHAEL LaCOUNT, Ph.D. Vice Chairman letters to the editor Don’t let them

letters to the editor

Don’t let them scare up liquor licenses

After a sound defeat on the last referendum only four years ago, the Moorestown Mall is, again, attempting to get the liquor question on the ballot this November. According to the township solicitor, if the ques- tion is changed somewhat, it can be placed on the ballot before the five-year time limit of the last referendum is up. The mall’s owners have also commissioned a telephone sur- vey in which scare tactics are used in order to get the party to answer in the affirmative to the liquor question. Further, peti- tions for the ballot question are being passed around at the mall.

The mistaken premise is that liquor would be able to be kept on the Route 38 corridor. This in reality cannot happen. An establishment desiring liquor in a different area of town could simply sue for the right to have it at their location. And PREIT, owner of the mall, is doing nothing to verify the iden- tity of those signing the petition. Maryann Fallows

Wondering how, exactly, $3 million was wasted

In the June 22 issue, Mr. Caril- li made some misstatements in his letter to the editor about the volunteer town hall committee. He claims that we, the proven building professional team as he called us, have wasted $3 million

without a brick being placed. Our volunteer task force did not exist before this January and we haven’t cost the township a dime. We provided detailed re- search with follow-up recom- mendations to the township council at two presentations. That was our charge, and the full extent of our involvement. Hopefully, Mr. Carilli can ex- plain in more specific detail the wasted $3 million he is referring to. He apparently has multiple is- sues on his mind, as stated in his letter, but seems confused as to whom to blame for them. Opin- ions expressed in public can ad- versely affect the credibility of others when they are inaccurate. There seems to be an abundance of that lately.

George Williams

Some info to battle the misinformation

Spring has descended and it’s great to see so many of you out enjoying our great town and its myriad activities in the warm weather. As I begin, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention how often I hear misinformation presented as fact, which evokes opinions or actions that, in my view, are mis- placed. The best remedy, of course, is for us to provide the real facts, which we try to do in a variety of ways. Accordingly, I hope you’ll find these comments informative. This update will focus on several issues that have been the basis of recent discus- sion – our township budget, par- ticularly as it relates to taxes and the use of monies from the Moorestown Open Space, Recre- ation, Farmland and Historic Preservation Trust Fund (FUND). Certainly during my tenure on town council, taxes have been the number one priority ex- pressed by our residents. After many weeks of intensive analy-

John Button

MAYOR’S MESSAGE

sis by our township staff and council to minimize the tax im- pact of our budget, we intro- duced and approved our 2011 budget of $22.9 million (still less than our 2008 budget of $23.1 million) on first reading and the public hearing was set for our June 27 official action meeting. Again, we avoided using un- sustainable revenue sources, such as deferred school taxes, to balance our budget, and focused on a disciplined spending ap- proach which, together with renegotiated labor agreements, helped us keep the annual im- pact of the proposed budget to the homeowner of an average as- sessed residence of $533,800 at $26.69. Our biggest hurdles were pension and health care costs, a refinanced tax appeal and a short-term debt service increase that occurred as we continue to experience a decline in ratables.

We have driven operational costs down over the past couple of years and we continue look- ing for ways to manage better and more creatively, taking ad- vantage of new technology and shared or outsourced solutions. Of course, we remain conscious of the importance of investing in our assets, as well, to preserve their value and prevent higher costs in the future. We are look- ing very hard at the revenue side of our budget to see how we can improve our ratables, for we rec- ognize this is essential in the long-term. You will hear more from us on these topics as we begin our planning early for next year. Open space, and council’s commitment to it, has been a topic of recent conversation, and even controversy, which is unfor- tunate given that all of us on council are staunch supporters of open space preservation. There has been discussion re-

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cently suggesting council should spend money from the FUND only on open space acquisitions or maintenance of land pur- chased solely with money from the FUND. What’s missing from that argu- ment is the impact it will have on future taxes. The proper name of the FUND is the Moorestown Open Space, Recreation, Farm- land and Historic Preservation Trust Fund, which clearly im- plies a variety of permitted uses. Restricting the use of the FUND solely for Open Space acquisition or for maintenance and develop- ment only applicable to land pur- chased with FUND money would result in the inability to use the FUND for many of its other nec- essary and intended purposes. As an example, maintenance of our newly acquired 1 High Street property and other property that wasn’t purchased with FUND money would be prohibited, as would using the FUND money to seek Green Acres matches on ac- quisitions. The result is that we would have to pay those costs from our general fund, which is generated through taxation. It is simply not consistent with creat- ing a sustainable foundation for managing our township tax bur- den, which, again, is our number one priority. Please note, that, in fact, no ac- tion council has taken is threaten- ing open space acquisition. As an example, although not classified as open space, per se, but subject to funding from the FUND, the Browning Hess family has recent- ly accepted the county’s offer to purchase the development rights to their farm (roughly 40 acres)

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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 30

FOR ALL

Open Space Advisory Committee special meeting: Moorestown Library. 7 p.m. Yoga for Adults: Rec Center. 6 to 7:15 p.m. Call Debbie at 217-6526.

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.

Moorestown Running Company group run: 115 West Main St. next to Peter Pan. 6:30 p.m.

FOR KIDS

PJs and Cookie Party: CareOne Moorestown. 7 to 8 p.m. Call 914- 0444 for info.

FRIDAY

July 1

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

July 3

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. 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

July 4

FOR ALL

Fourth of July Parade: Main St. Noon.

TUESDAY

July 5

FOR ALL

Low and Moderate Income Hous- ing Oversight Committee meet- ing: Moorestown Library. 7 p.m.

FOR SENIORS

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

July 6

FOR ALL

Environmental Advisory Commit- tee meeting: Moorestown Library meeting room. 7 p.m. MBA Board meeting: PNC Bank, 6 Centerton Rd. 11:30 a.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.

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JUNE 29-JULY 5, 2011 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN 11 Special to The Sun The Reds recently defeated

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June 21, 2011

Age 80, of Pemberton Town- ship. She was a native of Center- ton in Mount Laurel and was a resident of Pemberton Township since 1953. Clare was a 1949 grad- uate of Moorestown High School. She was a retired executive manager for the former Gimbel’s Department Store, Moorestown. Clare was the beloved wife of David S. Bodine; dear mother of David S. Bodine Jr. and his wife, Susan of Colorado Springs, Colo.,

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of nine and great-grand- mother of six. Funeral services will be pri- vate and held at

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Mayor’s message

MAYOR

Continued from page 7

on the west end of town, thus as- suring it will stay a farm in per- petuity. The township has been working with the county and the Browning Hess family on this for many months, with the full knowledge that the township obli- gation would be for 20 percent of

the cost, and we’re thrilled that it appears to be headed to closure before year-end. The fund cur- rently has nearly $2 million dol- lars, with over $1 million addi- tionally owed it by the state. Ac- cording to our budget filing, the fund is projected to grow to over $6 million by 2028. There are different guidelines on the recommended amount of Open Space (developed or devel-

opable) in a community and Moorestown substantially ex- ceeds all that I have seen. In 2007, our township residents approved a referendum, by a greater than a two to one majority, specifically extending the life of this FUND for a number of specific uses, in- cluding (but not limited to) “ac- quisition of land for recreation and conservation purposes; devel- opment of land for recreation and conservation purposes; mainte- nance of land for recreation and conservation purposes; and pay- ment of debt service on indebted- ness issued or incurred by a mu- nicipality for any of the purposes

set forth…” The wording on our local refer- endum was the same as that on both the state statute and the county referendum. Some of our residents have indicated that the use of funds for anything other than Open Space land acquisition was not what they voted for back when the FUND was created and when that use was given an ex- tended life in 2007. While I do not sit in judgment, all authorized uses were clearly delineated in the original referen- dum. Because this tax is already being levied, use of these funds does not impose any increase, at

all, on our taxpayers. And, of course, the fund balance grows by the amount that payment into the fund exceeds expenses drawn from the FUND. In fact, it is im- portant to note that this council is using, and past councils have used, some of our FUND for gen- eral field maintenance for proper- ties not acquired solely with as- sistance from the FUND and the balance has continued to grow. It should also be noted that the au- thorized uses apply to land pur- chased with, or without, FUND money.

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W Oak Ave, Moorestown
$374,900
6 Lavender Ln, Mt. Laurel
$539,000
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10U Freedom take championship

The Moorestown youth sports association has had a fantastic start to the summer season. Each week another champion is an- nounced from its ranks and this week the girls 10U Freedom travel softball team is the latest winner. The Freedom won their cham- pionship by beating Pal/Riv Red 12-3, according to a parent of a daughter on the team. The team won the champi- onship game Monday, June 13. The girls dominated their divi-

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MHS named one of the top 500 high schools

Moorestown High School re- ceived quite an honor last week, as Newsweek Magazine named the school as one of the best high schools in the entire nation. Moorestown High School was 265 out of 500 schools named in the magazine’s national search. It was the only high school ranked from Burlington County. Newsweek ranked the schools using six components. Gradua-

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the school’s score, college matric- ulation rate was worth 25 percent, AP tests taken per graduate was worth 25 percent, average SAT/ACT scores were worth 10 percent, average AP/IB/AICE scores were worth 10 percent, and AP courses offered were worth 5 percent. Moorestown received a total score of .417. The best school in the country, School of Science and Engineering Magnet in Dal- las, Texas, had a total score of

2.874.

According to Newsweek, the publication brought in Wendy Kopp of Teach For America, Tom Vander Ark of Open Education Solutions (formerly executive di- rector for education at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation), and Linda Darling-Hammond, Stanford professor of education and founder of the School Re- design Network. To view the top 500, please visit Newsweek’s website at www.newsweek.com.

Albaz, Deaux enter Circle of Excellence

Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc. in Moorestown is pleased to announce that Jenny Albaz and Mary Deaux are recipients of the New Jersey Association of Real- tors Circle of Excellence Sales Award for the year 2010. “I am extremely proud of these two hard-working professionals,” said Denise Jasinski, the manag- er of the Moorestown office. “Their commitment and dedica- tion to our clients is crucial in this challenging market.” Deaux and Albaz are consis- tently ranked among the top real estate professionals in the state and in the top 3 percent for the re- gion at Long and Foster. They spe- cialize in residential property sales concentration, mainly in Burlington and Camden counties.

First United Appalachian Service Project

Each year, Moorestown’s First United Methodist Church sends a group of youth and adults to re- build and repair homes in Cen- tral Appalachia, where one in four families live below the pover- ty level. For more information, contact brad@meetwithGod.com. The Appalachian Service Proj- ect is an annual trip that sends volunteers from the church to help the needy families of the area. Volunteers work on a variety of projects, including strengthening foundations, patching leaks, fix- ing roofs, building walls, repair- ing stairs, digging flood channels, installing plumbing, and painting exteriors. For more information on the project, please visit the church’s website www.meetwithgod.com.

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Mayor’s message

MAYOR

Continued from page 13

It is our commitment, as coun- cil, to act responsibly by doing what we perceive to be in the best interests of our residents and tax- payers. Consequently, utilizing the FUND is an essential tool for us to consider when projects fall within its authorized uses, partic- ularly during this difficult eco- nomic time. Investing in mainte- nance and upgrades of some of our athletic fields meets these cri- teria, whereas many projects do not. Installing artificial turf, as rec- ommended to us by experts ana- lyzing the situation based on the amount of use our fields get and the need to rest the natural grass fields, has been done by towns throughout the state, funded simi- larly. The funding mechanism we choose does not lessen our need to manage the costs of our projects down wherever possible, without compromising the quality of the results. Hopefully, the manner in which we’ve stabilized taxes over the past couple of years is an indi- cator of our continuing commit- ment to excellence in that regard. We have worked hard to create a sustainable foundation for our budget that will allow us to better manage and control our taxes over time. Keeping Moorestown a special place, with all that it en- compasses, in a very difficult economy, will remain our priori- ty. Please remember, we’re all in this together and, while we’re en- titled to different opinions, con- tinuing to respect each other and

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Moorestown U10 District Team win two tournaments back to back. This hard-hitting team won the 10U Homerun Classic at Diamond Nation, beating the very tough Super 10 Diamond Nation home team. The Moorestown team then defeated a strong Sacred Heart squad to win the Moorestown Tournament the next weekend.

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