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With his family at his side, Chuck Cahn was sworn in last week as Mayor of Cherry Hill.
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By MELISSA DIPENTO
The Cherry Hill Sun
Chuck Cahn was sworn in as
Cherry Hill’s mayor last week be-
fore family members, friends and
residents. Cahn’s longtime fami-
ly friend and retired Superior
Court Judge Alan Rockoff ad-
ministered the oath of office.
Council members N. John
Amato and Sara Lipsett were
sworn in by former Mayor Susan
Bass Levin. Freeholder Jeffrey
Nash swore in Melinda Kane for
her first term in office.
David Fleisher and Lipsett
were again elected by the council
to serve as president and vice-
president respectively for 2012.
During his address, Cahn
pledged his commitment to the
budget and working toward mak-
ing Cherry Hill a better place to
live and work.
“We will evaluate every pro-
gram and every line item in the
budget, just like you do at home
and in your business, so that we
cut costs and deliver the best
services to everyone – from our
young, hard-working families, to
our senior citizens,” Cahn said.
“We will pay attention to the de-
tails and focus our energies on
changing the status quo.”
Cahn also spoke of his goals to
New mayor sworn in
please see MAYOR, page 7
By MELISSA DIPENTO
The Cherry Hill Sun
A few years ago, when Kather-
ine Nguyen of Cherry Hill was a
student at Paul VI High School,
she decided to volunteer one day
at a local soup kitchen.
“It was really eye opening,”
Nguyen said.
Nguyen, a 2011 graduate of
Paul VI High School, is now a
freshman at Rutgers-Camden ma-
joring in nursing. In her first se-
mester, she was one of 10 named
to the newly launched Civic
Scholars program, which pro-
vides selected students with a
$1,000 scholarship for the school
Pitching in
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Katherine Nguyen, right, is pictured at a tree planting with the New
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“The first class of Rutgers-
Camden Civic Scholars consists
of 10 first-year honors-college
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The program is a perfect fit for
Nguyen, she said.
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spending her time at Project
HOPE, a clinic in Camden for the
homeless and uninsured.
The clinic lines up with
Nguyen’s own ambitions, as she
is studying to be a nurse. Right
now, she volunteers by scanning
patient paperwork and working
with social workers to advocate
healthcare for the homeless.
“A lot of them don’t have insur-
ance and need help,” Nguyen
said.
By volunteering at Project
HOPE, she said she has seen first-
hand the struggles the homeless
community faces in terms of re-
ceiving adequate and compas-
sionate healthcare.
“I was talking with one of the
social workers who said many
don’t own calendars, so they
don’t remember what day to go in
or how to mark it down. As far as
communication, a lot of them do
own cell phones, but have minute
plans and sometimes it’s a long
time to hold (for scheduling ap-
pointments). It’s eye opening the
technology we take for granted
every day,” Nguyen said.
The experience, Nguyen hopes,
will lead her to a career in the
field of public health. She said
she hopes to work in AIDS and
HIV prevention at the communi-
ty level and with the homeless
population.
Nguyen also continues her vol-
unteering efforts in Camden by
planting trees, cleaning up va-
cant lots, donating her time at
area food banks and meeting
with high school students from
Camden.
“North Camden is one of the
more volatile areas. It was eye
opening in terms of what we
saw,” she said.
Nguyen said she will continue
with the Civic Scholars program
at Rutgers-Camden and hopes to
include future students in the
process. She and nine colleagues
will help recruit the next wave of
students for the community-serv-
ice program helping to revitalize
the community.
“We’re helping to build the
program for future students try-
ing to take the lead,” Nguyen
said. “There’s such a stereotype
in Camden. We’re not here to
save the day, but to form a long-
lasting partnership.”
RUTGERS
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T
he state recently announced,
with great pride, that New Jer-
sey will be getting $38 million
in federal funding through the Race to
the Top program.
Now, getting $38 million is way bet-
ter than not getting $38 million. But,
still, this is a reminder that, a couple
of years ago, when there was $400 mil-
lion on the table, the state dropped the
ball.
You might recall that that’s when
then-Education Commissioner Bret
Schundler messed up some paper-
work, or Gov. Christie messed up a
compromise application, depends
who’s talking. The result was that
New Jersey fell a few points short of
getting the money. Back then, the com-
petition for Race to the Top funds was
fierce. Now, well, it’s kind of like get-
ting named Miss Congeniality.
But, with school budget time almost
upon us, money is money. And those
districts that signed up to be a part of
the program will split half of the
money, with the other half going to-
ward education reform, the governor’s
office said.
So, the good news is that, this time,
nobody messed anything up, and the
state is getting some money from the
federal government.
The bad news will be apparent in
the weeks ahead as school districts
begin to study their budgets. Since
school taxes make up the lion’s share
of your property tax bill, you should
pay attention to what they are doing –
long before the April voting date ar-
rives.
There probably won’t be the budget
chaos we saw a couple of years ago,
but there still will be struggles over
taxes and services. And it won’t be
easy for any district to make the num-
bers match up.
Many districts invite the public into
the decision-making process. They
seek feedback and ideas. They actually
pay attention.
So, don’t drop the ball. Get involved.
It’s your money.
State still short $362 million
Recent school funding announcement brings back bad memories
It beats getting nothing
On one hand, it’s not $400 million. On
the other hand, getting $38 million
beats getting shut out again this year
due to messed up bureaucracy.
Facebook posts, Apple Store, Rowan University
Facebook post puts school
board member in hot water
How often do we have to keep relearning
this?
When you put something online – espe-
cially on Facebook – everyone can see it,
eventually.
Everyone.
School board member Sean Brown faces
possibly censure by the state Ethics Com-
mission for linking to a picture of the Cam-
den school superintendent from a Face-
book wall post mentioning “local terror-
ists,” according to the Courier-Post in
Cherry Hill.
Specifically, Brown’s May 2 posting said,
“Now if we could only do something about
our local terrorists that destroy dreams
and burn futures.”
This linked to a picture of Superintend-
ent Bessie LeFra Young on the school dis-
trict’s web site.
Brown got about 50 “likes” for that com-
ment, until he realized – oops – he was
Facebook friends with Camden School
Board President Susan Dunbar-Bey, who
eventually brought the complaint to the
Ethics Board.
This will be the state’s first penalty for
improper Facebook use.
Though Brown said he did not plan to
appeal the commission’s ruling, he told the
Courier-Post, “I don’t feel like I did any-
thing wrong other than not filtering people
I’m friends with.”
– Barry Lank
2 and 1 is sought for picking
the fruit at Apple store
Two smash-and-grab thieves have been
charged with “Apple picking” computer
gear from a store in the Cherry Hill Mall
early on Christmas Day, and a third sus-
pect is being sought, according to the Asso-
ciated Press.
Police say the thieves gave themselves
nearly $36,000 worth of products from the
Apple Store for Christmas. The men al-
legedly pulled up in a stolen car, put on ski
masks, threw rocks through windows to
get into the store, and filled trash bags with
merchandise.
Police were already after them by the
time they got back in the car, and chased
them until they hit a dead end, authorities
told the news service.
– Barry Lank
Man broke into Rowan rooms
using girlfriend’s RA pass key
How did so many rooms at a Rowan Uni-
versity apartment complex get burglarized
so easily?
Police say the intruder had an electronic
master key to many of the rooms – which
he allegedly got from his girlfriend, the res-
ident assistant, the Gloucester County
Times reported.
Campus police said the boyfriend and
two others were caught recently after they
tried to enter a unit at the Rowan Boule-
vard Apartments at Route 322 and Main
Street.
– Barry Lank
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bring residents together – a small
business council, a citizen’s cabi-
net of community leaders and
using social media to connect
with the community.
“Our future depends on team-
work because government is not
someone else’s problem. We need
to talk to each other, to be tough
but fair, and change things that
don’t work. We need to work to-
gether, to be effective, efficient
and compassionate at the same
time,” Cahn said.
Invoking the spirit of the new
year, Cahn promised to listen to
residents and work together with
the community.
“Let us take this opportunity
to start anew. To seize the day. To
keep dreaming and doing. So that
together, we build a brighter fu-
ture for the people of Cherry
Hill. I look forward to the journey
with you by my side,” Cahn said.
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WEDNESDAY
January 11
Bible Study: St. Andrew’s United
Methodist Church, 327 Marlton Pike
West. 10 a.m. Call 429-4469.
Minyan and Me: Congregation Beth
El, 8000 Main St. 7:30 to 8 a.m. For
more information, call 675-1166.
Gospel Choir: Kingsway Church,
2701 Chapel Ave. 7:30 p.m. For more
information or to register email
Info@KingswayAG.com or call 667-
9098.
Mat Pilates: Town Square Building,
931 Centennial Blvd., Voorhees. Call
(800) 826-6737 to register.
Aerobic/Strength Classes: St.
Andrew’s United Methodist Church,
327 Marlton Pike West. 9:30 to
10:30 a.m. Call 795-3428 or email
Barbara.Hansen3428@yahoo.com
for information.
Pilates: St. Andrew’s United
Methodist Church, 327 Marlton Pike
West. 6 to 7 p.m. Call 795-3428 or
email Barbara.Hansen@yahoo.com
for information.
THURSDAY
January 12
Cherry Hill Area Tea Party: Sus-
tainable Development presentation
at Open Door Alliance Church, 904
Cooper Road, Voorhees. $10.
Scleroderma Support Group Meet-
ing: Cherry Professional Building,
first floor conference room, 385
Kings Highway North. 1:30 p.m. For
additional information, please con-
tact: John Keegan, 767-4783, john-
keegan@comcast.net.
Spouses Sharing Challenges: A
support group for spouses and/or
partners of persons with
Alzheimer’s or related dementias.
Sponsored by The Alzheimer’s
Association, Delaware Valley Chap-
ter. Noon. Witherspoon Building
behind the Trinity Presbyterian
Church, 499 Route 70 E. For more
information, contact Ruth Bischoff
at 829-5345.
Tapping Dancing Exercise: St.
Andrew’s United Methodist Church,
327 Marlton Pike West. 6:30 to
7:30 p.m. Call 795-3428 or email
Barbara.Hansen3428@yahoo.com
for information.
Aerobic/Strength Classes: St.
Andrew’s United Methodist Church,
327 Marlton Pike West. 6 to 7 p.m.
Call 795-3428 or email Barbara.
Hansen3428@yahoo.comfor more
information..
Balance Your Life with Tai Chi: St.
Andrew’s United Methodist Church,
327 Marlton Pike West. 7 p.m. Call
795-3428 or e-mail cherryhill
taichigroup@gmail.comor visit
www.meetup.com/Cherry-Hill-Tai-
Chi-Group.
Spiritual Divorce: 102 Browning
Lane. 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Call 772-1077.
Visit www.mpoweringyou.com.
Rotary Breakfast Club: Ponzio’s
Restaurant. 7:15 a.m. Contact club
president Joseph Marcelli at mar
celli@comcast.net or 424-3707.
Yoga Stretch: The Ripa Center,
Voorhees. Noon to 1 p.m. Call (877)
662-2273 for information.
Meditation: The Ripa Center,
Voorhees. 1 to 1:30 p.m. Call (877)
662-2273 for information.
FRIDAY
January 13
Overeaters Anonymous open
meeting: Kennedy Hospital, Cooper
Landing Rd. and Chapel Ave. 7:45
p.m. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit
www.southjerseyoa.org.
Garden State Rotary Club meet-
ing: Ponzio’s Diner. 12:15 to 1:30 p.m.
email EJ Paul at ejgsrotary
@gmail.comfor more information.
Pilates Classes: St. Andrew’s Unit-
ed Methodist Church, 327 Marlton
Pike West. 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Call
795-3428 or email Barbara.
Hansen3428@yahoo.comfor
information.
FOR SENIORS
Retired Men’s Club: Cherry Hill
Community Center, 820 Mercer St. 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 667-7332.
SATURDAY
January 14
Cherry Hill Babe Ruth West
Baseball Signups: Ages 13-15 and
16-18. 9 a.m. until noon. 150 Deland
Avenue. For more information email
chbaseball2004@yahoo.com.
Shabbat Morning Torah Study:
Temple Emanuel. 9:15 a.m. Call 489-
0029 for information.
Middle School through College
tutoring: The Weekends Academy
at The River, 1110 Cornell Ave. 11 a.m.
to noon. Call 488-8820 or email
academy@riverchurch.tv.
Overeaters Anonymous open
meeting: Kennedy Hospital, Cooper
Landing Rd. and Chapel Ave. 5 p.m.
Call (609) 239-0022 or visit
www.southjersey.org.
SUNDAY
January 15
Sunday Services: The River, 1110
Cornell Ave. 9, 11 a.m. or 6 p.m. Call
488-8820 for information.
UUCCH Sunday Services: Unitari-
an Universalist Church of Cherry
Hill, 401 North Kings Highway. 10:15
a.m.
Worship Service: St. Andrew’s
United Methodist Church, 327 Marl-
ton Pike West. 10:30 a.m. Call 429-
4469.
MONDAY
January 16
Balance Your Life with Tai Chi: St.
Andrew’s United Methodist Church,
327 Marlton Pike West. 7 p.m. Call
795-3428 or email cherryhilltaichi
group@gmail.comor visit
www.meetup.com/Cherry-Hill-Tai-
Chi-Group.
Social Dancing: M’kor Shalom. 7:30
to 8:30 p.m. Members $40 per cou-
ple or $20 per single for six-week
session. Non-members $50 per cou-
ple or $25 per single for six-week
session. Call 424-4220 or visit
www.mkorshalom.org for informa-
tion.
Overeaters Anonymous open
meeting: Temple Emmanuel. 10 a.m.
Call (609) 239-0022 or visit
www.southjerseyoa.org for infor-
mation.
Mat Pilates: Town Square Building,
931 Centennial Blvd., Voorhees. Call
(800) 826-6737 to register.
Cherry Hill Rotary: Ponzio’s. 6:15
p.m. Visitor’s welcome. For more
information contact club president
Bill Turner at wrt11@verizon.net or
424-3456.
Meditation: The Ripa Center,
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662-2273 for information.
Slow Flow Yoga: The Ripa Center,
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(877) 662-2273 for information.
Professional Services Group ori-
entation meetings: 1873 Route 70
East, Suite 216. 8:45 to 11:45 a.m.
Call 489-3680 or email
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Nicotine Anonymous meeting:
Kennedy Hospital, Cooper Landing
Rd. and Chapel Ave. 7 p.m. Call 354-
0887 for information.
Jack Schweiker squad of the Civil
Air Patrol meeting: National Guard
Armory, Grove St. and Park Blvd. 7
p.m. Visit schweiker.njwg.cap.gov
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Aerobic/Strength Classes: St.
Andrew’s United Methodist Church,
327 Marlton Pike West. 6:45 p.m.
Call 795-3428 or email
Barbara.Hansen3428@yahoo.com
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Pilates: St. Andrew’s United
Methodist Church, 327 Marlton Pike
West. 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Call 795-
3428 or email Barbara.
Hansen3428@yahoo.comfor
information.
FOR SENIORS
Cherry Hill Maturity Club: Carman
Tilelli Community Center, 820 Mer-
cer St. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dues are
$5 a year. Activities include bingo,
cards, games, refreshments, trips
(day, week-long), business meetings
with speaker or entertainment on
the second Monday of the month.
For more information, contact
President Frank Glaviano at 429-
5402.
TUESDAY
January 17
Temple Beth Sholom Hazak
Presents Monica Zimmerman: 1:15
p.m. at 1901 Kresson Road.
To Live Again widow and widower
support group: $15 per year. Call
429-5967 or 662-6754 for location
and information.
Bereavement Support Group:
Kennedy University Hospital, Cherry
Hill, 2201 Chapel Avenue West, fifth
floor boardroom. 6:30 p.m. For
more information, call 1-800-KHS-
9007 or visit
www.kennedyhealth.org.
Toastmasters: Noon. Contact Dave
Balinski at dlbalinski@yahoo.com
or 380-4701.
Women’s support group: Spon-
sored by Jewish Family and Chil-
dren’s Service. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Free. Call Lisa Weissbach at
778-7775 for location and registra-
tion.
Israeli dancing: Temple Beth
Sholom. 7 p.m. $7. $3 children,
students and first-timers. Email
marmorst@camden.rutgers.edu
or call 225-6434 for more informa-
tion.
DKP-Dance, kick, punch aerobics:
St. Andrew’s United Methodist
Church, 327 Marlton Pike West.
6 to 7 p.m. Call 795-3428 or email
Barbara.Hansen3428@yahoo.com
for information.
FOR SENIORS
Retired Men’s Club: Cherry Hill
Community Center, 820 Mercer St. 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 667-7332.
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Registration for the Cherry
Hill Babe Ruth West Baseball
League, located at Dover and
Graham for ages 13-15 year old,
and ages 16-18 for the Babe Ruth
Senior League, will be conduct-
ed on Saturday, Jan. 14, and Sat-
urday, Jan. 21, from 9 a.m. to
noon at the Cherry Hill Youth
Athletic Association Complex
(formerly CHELL), 150 Deland
Ave.
League Age requirement:
whatever a player’s age is on or
before April 30, is the player’s
league age for the 2012 season.
Participants may be anyone,
age appropriate, in the entire
Township of Cherry Hill.
If you have any questions,
contact Angelo Marchiano at
chbaseball2004@yahoo.com.
Babe Ruth
baseball
registration
is now open
As we begin the new year, a
time of commitment to change,
my resolution is to make govern-
ment work as hard as you do, be-
cause it is the people of Cherry
Hill who make this town so spe-
cial. I take the responsibility of
serving as your mayor very seri-
ously – and your confidence in
me is appreciated.
I have spoken many times
about enhancing our communi-
cation between the township and
residents. I recognize the impor-
tant and evolving role social
media can play in helping us ex-
pand our ability to inform our
residents. With this in mind, my
administration and staff have
begun to review how we current-
ly utilize technology and how we
can further expand our opera-
tions.
These expanded communica-
tion efforts include preparations
to launch a new interactive web-
site. I sincerely encourage you to
engage us in conversation – call
the mayor’s office, send us an
email, like us on Facebook, follow
us on Twitter or even mail us a
letter. I promise we will listen.
Visit our website at
www.CherryHill-NJ.com and sign
up to receive our email updates
for the latest township news, traf-
fic and construction alerts, pub-
lic safety announcements, storm
preparations, neighborhood up-
dates and information on upcom-
ing events and recreational activ-
ities.
My goal is to make sure resi-
dents and businesses alike are
better connected and more in-
formed about the work we are
doing on their behalf, both in
town hall and around the com-
munity.
In addition to informational
alerts, we will also be establish-
ing a citizen’s cabinet and small
business council, to better en-
gage our residents and business
owners in the decisions that most
directly affect them.
Look for more news on both
these programs in the weeks to
come. I anxiously await your par-
ticipation and assistance in shap-
ing the direction of our commu-
nity as we move forward. After
all, these programs are being cre-
ated with the community in
mind, and they will not be suc-
cessful without that two-way in-
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MAYOR’S MESSAGE
please see RESIDENTS, page 13
Cahn unveils his vision for Cherry Hill
Picture ping-pong mixed with
tennis and badminton, and you’ve
got “Pickleball.” This game, popu-
lar in California and Florida, is
moving across the country, but
the only health club in the area
that offers it is Cherry Hill Health
& Racquet Club (CHHRC).
Pickleball is played on a bad-
minton-sized court with a tennis-
height net using special paddles
and a Wiffle Ball making it very
family oriented.
Although the game is geared
for all ages and skill levels,
CHHRC’s senior members are
playing at each session and de-
scribing Pickleball as “addictive.”
The public is invited to a “Pick-
leball Open House” on Sunday,
Jan. 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. at CHHRC,
1820 Old Cuthbert Road, Cherry
Hill.
The cost is $10 CHHRC mem-
bers and $15 non-members.
Refreshments will be served.
Participants will learn the ba-
sics of the game and equipment is
provided.
For information, visit:
www.chhrc.com/pickleball.
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Send us your Cherry Hill news
Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot
an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@cherryhillsun. Fax
us at (856) 427-0934. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933.
JANUARY 11-17, 2012 –THE CHERRY HILL SUN 13
teraction.
Cherry Hill is a quilt of neigh-
borhoods; every patch is unique,
but sewn together by our com-
mon thread of commitment to
our community. It is the strength
of that community which serves
as the backbone for our town and
will be the driving force as we
move Cherry Hill into the future.
I am guided by the words of John
F. Kennedy: “Change is the law of
life. And those who look only to
the past or present are certain to
miss the future.”
I know we won’t miss the fu-
ture because we will start each
day, open to new ideas – to your
ideas.
I can’t stress enough how im-
portant it is that we work togeth-
er in the weeks and months
ahead to cultivate this new, more
interactive relationship.
Please connect with me direct-
ly by calling (856) 488-7878, or
email me at MayorCahn@chtown-
ship.com.
I look forward to seeing you
around town, meeting you at
events and speaking with you
regularly, in an effort to keep you
informed of the progress we are
making. If you see me, please be
sure to stop, say hello and let me
know how we are doing. I am ex-
cited to forge Cherry Hill’s future
with you and I look forward to
taking the journey together.
RESIDENTS
Continued from page 11
Residents urged to
participate by mayor
Send us your Cherry Hill news
Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot
an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@cherryhillsun. Fax
us at (856) 427-0934. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933.
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she’s been spending her time at Project HOPE.” The experience. Everyone can look enchanting here. By volunteering at Project HOPE. so they don’t remember what day to go in or how to mark it down. a clinic in Camden for the homeless and uninsured. cleaning up vacant lots. as she is studying to be a nurse.” Nguyen said. lasting partnership. This semester. children with disabilities and human trafficking. It was eye opening in terms of what we saw.com Got a tip? Send a news release to news@cherryhillsun.385. drug and alcohol awareness. February 4th Easy online registration for dining. celebrity-style photography. but have minute plans and sometimes it’s a long time to hold (for scheduling appointments). the environment.com. she volunteers by scanning patient paperwork and working with social workers to advocate healthcare for the homeless. “We’re helping to build the program for future students trying to take the lead.JANUARY 11-17. Nguyen hopes.com (609) 932-2296 . The clinic lines up with Nguyen’s own ambitions. she said. “There’s such a stereotype in Camden. We’re not here to save the day but to form a long. Right now. We just need you… here! NEW IN PHILADELPHIA! Everyone is Creative… They Just Need Their Space! LaDolcePhotography. . wildlife rescue.” said Rutgers-Camden spokesman Mike Sepanic.” she said. literacy and art awareness. “North Camden is one of the more volatile areas. “I was talking with one of the social workers who said many don’t own calendars. She said she hopes to work in AIDS and HIV prevention at the community level and with the homeless population. She and nine colleagues will help recruit the next wave of students for the community-service program helping to revitalize the community . donating her time at area food banks and meeting with high school students from Camden. As far as communication. a lot of them do own cell phones. interviewing and leadership classes for children. veterans. Everyone can look his or her best here. “The first class of RutgersCamden Civic Scholars consists of 10 first-year honors-college students who have identified themselves as committed to effecting social change.” The program is a perfect fit for Nguyen. Nguyen also continues her volunteering efforts in Camden by planting trees. Nguyen said she will continue with the Civic Scholars program at Rutgers-Camden and hopes to include future students in the process.” READY FOR YOUR CELEBRITY PHOTO SHOOT? La Dolce photography in Manayunk is the new ultra fashionable studio for high-end. It’s eye opening the technology we take for granted every day Nguyen said. to health care. and life’s opportunities.” Nguyen said. “The Civic Scholars have served their communities around issues of poverty access . sociallysavvynj. will lead her to a career in the field of public health. teens and adults. 2012 – THE CHERRY HILL SUN 5 Rutgers-Camden students work to create meaningful projects RUTGERS Continued from page 1 year. she said she has seen firsthand the struggles the homeless community faces in terms of receiving adequate and compassionate healthcare. SOCIALLY SAVVY ™ Dining Etiquette Classes at Caffe Aldo Lamberti Professionals: January 31st Teens: February 11th Kids: February 25th Prep for Success Teen Interviewing Class For admissions.com 267. “A lot of them don’t have insurance and need help. employment. Students work closely with Rutgers-Camden faculty mentors to create meaningful projects in the community .6455 Book@LaDolcePhotography.

PDFs of the publication are online. districts that signed up to be a part of the program will split half of the money with the other half going to. The result was that New Jersey fell a few points short of getting the money Back then. fierce. but there still will be struggles over taxes and services. petition for Race to the Top funds was It beats getting nothing On one hand. the Gloucester County Times reported. Apple Store. the governor’s office said. online at http://sj. So. You might recall that that’s when then-Education Commissioner Bret Schundler messed up some paperwork. We do not print anonymous letters. a couple of years ago. getting $38 million beats getting shut out again this year due to messed up bureaucracy.” This linked to a picture of Superintendent Bessie LeFra Young on the school district’s web site.com. sixmonth subscriptions are available for $39. with great pride. authorities Don’t miss a thing! This is a sampling of what you can find everyday on The South Jersey Sun. threw rocks through windows to get into the store. it’s kind of like getting named Miss Congeniality . or via the mail. eventually brought the complaint to the Ethics Board. Vice Chairman Posted on sun news BARRY RUBENS Chief Financial Officer Facebook posts. you can drop them off at our office. “Now if we could only do something about our local terrorists that destroy dreams and burn futures. Police say the thieves gave themselves nearly $36. still. The men allegedly pulled up in a stolen car. nobody messed anything up.6 THE CHERRY HILL SUN — JANUARY 11-17. you should pay attention to what they are doing – long before the April voting date arrives. School board member Sean Brown faces possibly censure by the state Ethics Commission for linking to a picture of the Camden school superintendent from a Facebook wall post mentioning “local terrorists. address and phone number. Since school taxes make up the lion’s share of your property tax bill. So. eventually . The bad news will be apparent in the weeks ahead as school districts begin to study their budgets.com. with school budget time almost upon us. The Sun welcomes suggestions and comments from readers – including any information about errors that may call for a correction to be printed.ws. To submit a news release. – Barry Lank Man broke into Rowan rooms using girlfriend’s RA pass key How did so many rooms at a Rowan University apartment complex get burglarized so easily? Police say the intruder had an electronic master key to many of the rooms – which he allegedly got from his girlfriend. Many districts invite the public into the decision-making process. the resident assistant. Brown got about 50 “likes” for that comment. 3rd Floor. that New Jersey will be getting $38 million in federal funding through the Race to the Top program. Everyone. . depends who’s talking. ward education reform. They actually pay attention. But. pect is being sought. too. and chased them until they hit a dead end. Send letters to news@cherryhillsun. Though Brown said he did not plan to appeal the commission’s ruling. But. Now. For information. or Gov. Brief and to the point is best. so we look for letters that are 300 words or fewer. well. Chief Executive RUSSELL CANN Chairman of the Board MICHAEL LaCOUNT. and filled trash bags with merchandise. this time. JR.sunne. call 856-427-0933 or email advertising@cherryhillsun. DAN McDONOUGH. – Barry Lank The Sun is published weekly by Elauwit Media LLC. “I don’t feel like I did anything wrong other than not filtering people I’m friends with. NJ 08033. SPEAK UP The Sun welcomes letters from readers. On the other hand. free of charge. This will be the state’s first penalty for improper Facebook use. Include your name. Rowan University Facebook post puts school board member in hot water How often do we have to keep relearning this? When you put something online – especially on Facebook – everyone can see it. Specifically Brown’s May 2 posting said. please email news@cherryhillsun. They seek feedback and ideas.99. It is mailed weekly to select addresses in the 08003 ZIP code. via fax at 856427-0934. Get involved.” – Barry Lank told the news service. Publisher ALAN BAUER General Manager & Editor STEVE MILLER Executive Vice President ED LYNES Vice President of Sales JOSEPH EISELE Advertising Director TIM RONALDSON Director of Digital Media TOM ENGLE Art Director MELISSA DIPENTO Cherry Hill Editor DAN McDONOUGH. please call 856-427-0933. And it won’t be easy for any district to make the numbers match up. . Of course. JR. It’s your money . money is money And those . NJ 08033 856-427-0933 T he state recently announced. 2012 in our opinion State still short $362 million Recent school funding announcement brings back bad memories 108 Kings Highway East Haddonfield. Haddonfield. 2 and 1 is sought for picking the fruit at Apple store Two smash-and-grab thieves have been charged with “Apple picking” computer gear from a store in the Cherry Hill Mall early on Christmas Day and a third sus.com. getting $38 million is way better than not getting $38 million. it’s not $400 million. Police were already after them by the time they got back in the car. The Cherry Hill Sun reserves the right to reprint your letter in any medium – including electronically. put on ski masks. according to the Associated Press. when there was $400 million on the table. Ph. and the state is getting some money from the federal government. For advertising information. the com.” according to the Courier-Post in Cherry Hill. Christie messed up a compromise application.000 worth of products from the Apple Store for Christmas. If you are not on the mailing list. don’t drop the ball. 108 Kings Highway East. Campus police said the boyfriend and two others were caught recently after they tried to enter a unit at the Rowan Boulevard Apartments at Route 322 and Main Street. Now. until he realized – oops – he was Facebook friends with Camden School Board President Susan Dunbar-Bey who . the good news is that. this is a reminder that. There probably won’t be the budget chaos we saw a couple of years ago.D. he told the Courier-Post. the state dropped the ball.

keep dreaming and doing. 15% Off Head Trip Studio Got a tip? Send a news release to news@cherryhillsun.JANUARY 11-17. Cahn promised to listen to residents and work together with the community .” Cahn said. we build a brighter future for the people of Cherry Hill. We need to talk to each other. Visit http://sj.sunne. Invoking the spirit of the new year. We need to work together.com. outlandish and sometimes rational commentary about important topics (or at least topics important to The Yak). to be effective. Irreverent.” Cahn said. to be tough but fair. So that together. To seize the day To . efficient and compassionate at the same time. “Let us take this opportunity to start anew. 2012 – THE CHERRY HILL SUN 7 Mayor plans to bring community together through the use of social media MAYOR Continued from page 1 bring residents together – a small business council. I look forward to the journey with you by my side. a citizen’s cabinet of community leaders and using social media to connect with the community . and change things that don’t work. “Our future depends on teamwork because government is not someone else’s problem. witty.ws/author/the-yak .

com for more information. MONDAY January 16 Balance Your Life with Tai Chi: St. Call 795-3428 or email Barbara. Call 488-8820 for information.com for information. Rotary Breakfast Club: Ponzio’s Restaurant. 7:30 to 8 a.m.m.com or visit www. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit www. Meditation: The Ripa Center.cherryhillsun.net or 424-3456. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. 327 Marlton Pike West.com. Call 4294469. 7 p. Call 424-4220 or visit www. Members $40 per couple or $20 per single for six-week session. Delaware Valley Chapter. 9:15 a. Spouses Sharing Challenges: A support group for spouses and/or partners of persons with Alzheimer’s or related dementias.m. email EJ Paul at ejgsrotary @gmail. two weeks prior to the date of the event.. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. Mat Pilates: Town Square Building. Andrew’s United Methodist Church.m. 385 Kings Highway North.m. Middle School through College tutoring: The Weekends Academy at The River. or 6 p. call 675-1166. 499 Route 70 E. 1 to 1:30 p. Or by email: calendar@cherryhillsun. Garden State Rotary Club meeting: Ponzio’s Diner. Voorhees.com. 9. Call 795-3428 or email Barbara. 9:30 to 10:30 a. 10:15 a. 327 Marlton Pike West. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. johnkeegan@comcast. contact Ruth Bischoff at 829-5345.m. Call (877) 662-2273 for information.mpoweringyou.m.meetup. Contact club president Joseph Marcelli at mar celli@comcast. Voorhees. Call 488-8820 or email academy@riverchurch. Cherry Hill Rotary: Ponzio’s.m.m. Mat Pilates: Town Square Building.PAGE 8 calendar COMPILED BY ALAN BAUER JANUARY 11-17. 6:30 to 7:30 p. For more information email chbaseball2004@yahoo. Call (800) 826-6737 to register. Call (877) 662-2273 for information.com or visit www. 7:30 p. Aerobic/Strength Classes: St. Send information by mail to: Calendar. 5 p. and Chapel Ave. Tapping Dancing Exercise: St. page 9 . Worship Service: St.m.m. Sponsored by The Alzheimer’s Association. Call 795-3428 or email Barbara.com for information.com/Cherry-Hill-TaiChi-Group.m.m.tv. 12:15 to 1:30 p. Noon to 1 p.com for information.southjerseyoa. Social Dancing: M’kor Shalom.m. FOR SENIORS Retired Men’s Club: Cherry Hill Community Center. NJ 08033. Voorhees. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. Call 795-3428 or email Barbara. 6:15 p. Visitor’s welcome. Noon. $10. Spiritual Divorce: 102 Browning Lane. 7:15 a.Hansen@yahoo. 327 Marlton Pike West.m. to 4 p. Cooper Landing Rd. 9 a. For more information or to register email Info@KingswayAG. 1110 Cornell Ave. Pilates: St.southjersey. 1110 Cornell Ave. 931 Centennial Blvd. Andrew’s United Methodist Church.mikado-us. 327 Marlton Pike West. 108 Kings Highway East. The Cherry Hill Sun.com for information. Visit www.m. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit www.m. Scleroderma Support Group Meeting: Cherry Professional Building.m. 767-4783. Or you can submit a calendar listing through our Web site (www. 327 Marlton Pike West. NJ 08052 (856) 638-1801 SUSHI | JAPANESE | HIBACHI Gift certificates available! www. Pilates Classes: St.Hansen3428@yahoo. For more information contact club president Bill Turner at wrt11@verizon.org.m.org. 6 to 7 p. Call 429-4469. Minyan and Me: Congregation Beth El.com. NJ 08053 (856) 797-8581 468 South Lenola Road Maple Shade. to noon. Shabbat Morning Torah Study: Temple Emanuel. Call 795-3428 or email Barbara. 401 North Kings Highway.m.southjerseyoa. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit www.m. 10:30 a.m. Hansen3428@yahoo. 327 Marlton Pike West. FRIDAY January 13 Overeaters Anonymous open meeting: Kennedy Hospital.m. Witherspoon Building behind the Trinity Presbyterian Church. For more information. until noon. THURSDAY January 12 Cherry Hill Area Tea Party: Sustainable Development presentation at Open Door Alliance Church..com please see EVENTS.m. SATURDAY January 14 Cherry Hill Babe Ruth West Baseball Signups: Ages 13-15 and 16-18. please contact: John Keegan. Andrew’s United Methodist Church.com). and Chapel Ave. Call 4890029 for information. 327 Marlton Pike West. Haddonfield. For more information. 9:30 to 10:30 a. Call 795-3428 or email cherryhilltaichi group@gmail. 6 to 7 p. For additional information.net or 424-3707.m. Overeaters Anonymous open meeting: Temple Emmanuel. 2012 WEDNESDAY January 11 Bible Study: St. 10 a. 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. 1:30 p. Yoga Stretch: The Ripa Center. Call 772-1077.m.Hansen3428@yahoo. Hansen3428@yahoo. in writing. 2701 Chapel Ave. Meditation: The Ripa Center.com/Cherry-Hill-TaiChi-Group. SUNDAY January 15 Sunday Services: The River. 11 a. Call 667-7332. NJ 08002 BYOB (856) 665-4411 793 East Route 70 Marlton. 931 Centennial Blvd. 904 Cooper Road. Andrew’s United Methodist Church.net. 10 a. Non-members $50 per couple or $25 per single for six-week session.com for more information. Gospel Choir: Kingsway Church. Want to be listed? To have your Cherry Hill meeting or affair listed in the Calendar or Meetings. 7 p. Cooper Landing Rd.m. information must be received.m. Aerobic/Strength Classes: St. Voorhees. 11 a. Voorhees. 7:45 p. UUCCH Sunday Services: Unitarian Universalist Church of Cherry Hill. 11 a.org for information. Call 795-3428 or e-mail cherryhill taichigroup@gmail. NOW ZAGAT RATED! This location 2320 Marlton Pike West Cherry Hill.. 7:15 to 8:30 p. 150 Deland Avenue. Call (800) 826-6737 to register.mkorshalom.org for information.com or call 6679098. 327 Marlton Pike West. Overeaters Anonymous open meeting: Kennedy Hospital. 820 Mercer St. 327 Marlton Pike West.m. 8000 Main St. first floor conference room. Balance Your Life with Tai Chi: St.meetup.

FOR SENIORS Cherry Hill Maturity Club: Carman Tilelli Community Center. 7 p.m. to 1 p. Call 795-3428 or email Barbara. 21. fifth floor boardroom.m. Aerobic/Strength Classes: St. $7. 2201 Chapel Avenue West. Hansen3428@yahoo.JANUARY 11-17. Kings Hwy • Suite 5 Cherry Hill • 856-428-0012 oceandentistry. kick.m. Email marmorst@camden.com for information. TUESDAY January 17 Temple Beth Sholom Hazak Presents Monica Zimmerman: 1:15 p.com. and Cosmetic Dentistry for Adults and Children Free ation Consult OPEN SATURD AYS! Ocean Dentistry in Cherry Hill 1305 N. 327 Marlton Pike West. noon at the Cherry Hill Youth Athletic Association Complex (formerly CHELL). Free. to 4 p.m. 6:30 p. urday Jan. Call 667-7332. Cooper Landing Rd. age appropriate.com office@oceandentistry. and Chapel Ave. $3 children. Visit schweiker.m. 7 p.m. If you have any questions. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. 11:30 a. Call 3540887 for information.m. Call 7953428 or email Barbara. is the player’s league age for the 2012 season. FOR SENIORS Retired Men’s Club: Cherry Hill Community Center.com for information. located at Dover and Graham for ages 13-15 year old. and Park Blvd. Babe Ruth baseball registration is now open Registration for the Cherry Hill Babe Ruth West Baseball League.m. For more information.org. contact Angelo Marchiano at chbaseball2004@yahoo. 14.com for information. DKP-Dance.njwg. cards. 327 Marlton Pike West. to 4 p. will be conducted on Saturday Jan. from 9 a. Family. at 1901 Kresson Road. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. Contact Dave Balinski at dlbalinski@yahoo.m. Call 489-3680 or email csw_fac@yahoo. Toastmasters: Noon. 820 Mercer St. Nicotine Anonymous meeting: Kennedy Hospital. 9:30 to 10:30 a. 6 to 7 p. Pilates: St. 7 p. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. For more information.m.m. 9:30 to 10:30 a. Call (877) 662-2273 for information. in the entire Township of Cherry Hill. contact President Frank Glaviano at 4295402. Professional Services Group orientation meetings: 1873 Route 70 East.m. Cherry Hill.m.com or 380-4701.m. call 1-800-KHS- 9007 or visit www. trips (day. Participants may be anyone. Suite 216. Jack Schweiker squad of the Civil Air Patrol meeting: National Guard Armory. and Sat. League Age requirement: whatever a player’s age is on or before April 30.rutgers. 2012 – THE CHERRY HILL SUN 9 Events taking place in Cherry Hill EVENTS Continued from page 8 Voorhees. Call 795-3428 or email Barbara. Activities include bingo. Call Lisa Weissbach at 778-7775 for location and registration. 6:45 p.m.m. Women’s support group: Sponsored by Jewish Family and Children’s Service. 150 Deland Ave. Voorhees.edu or call 225-6434 for more information. Bereavement Support Group: Kennedy University Hospital.com. 10:30 to 11 a. Slow Flow Yoga: The Ripa Center. 11 a.cap. Grove St.gov or njwcap.m. Call 429-5967 or 662-6754 for location and information.com . Israeli dancing: Temple Beth Sholom. 820 Mercer St.Hansen3428@yahoo. and ages 16-18 for the Babe Ruth Senior League.org for information. 11 a.kennedyhealth. games. Dues are $5 a year. business meetings with speaker or entertainment on the second Monday of the month. 327 Marlton Pike West.Hansen3428@yahoo. week-long). punch aerobics: St. refreshments. To Live Again widow and widower support group: $15 per year. Call (877) 662-2273 for information.m. students and first-timers. 8:45 to 11:45 a. to . General.

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my resolution is to make government work as hard as you do.JANUARY 11-17. 2012 – THE CHERRY HILL SUN 11 Cahn unveils his vision for Cherry Hill As we begin the new year.bbanj. After all. Look for more news on both these programs in the weeks to come. public safety announcements.CherryHill-NJ. this is the one event you do not want to miss! AL ASKA 2012 CRUISEFEST ALASKA 2012 CRUISEFEST REGI ST NOW ER ! Coming Fall 2012 FULL DAY KINDERGARTEN Join us for our orientation on Thursday. my administration and staff have begun to review how we currently utilize technology and how we can further expand our operations. My goal is to make sure residents and businesses alike are better connected and more informed about the work we are doing on their behalf. I sincerely encourage you to engage us in conversation – call the mayor’s office. I recognize the important and evolving role social media can play in helping us expand our ability to inform our residents. In addition to informational alerts. traffic and construction alerts. I anxiously await your participation and assistance in shaping the direction of our community as we move forward. a time of commitment to change. send us an email. storm preparations. neighborhood updates and information on upcoming events and recreational activ- If you are planning an Alaska Cruise Vacation in Summer of 2012. I take the responsibility of serving as your mayor very seriously – and your confidence in me is appreciated. With this in mind. and they will not be successful without that two-way inplease see RESIDENTS. These expanded communication efforts include preparations to launch a new interactive website. February 16 • 6:30 -7:30pm 1600 Chapel Ave W. page 13 Chuck Cahn MAYOR’S MESSAGE us on Twitter or even mail us a letter. I promise we will listen. I have spoken many times about enhancing our communication between the township and residents. NJ 08002 www. like us on Facebook. Ste 200 • Cherry Hill.com and sign up to receive our email updates for the latest township news.net • 856-438-5321 INFANTS (6 weeks & up) • TODDLERS • PRE-SCHOOL • PRIVATE KINDERGARTEN . follow ities. we will also be establishing a citizen’s cabinet and small business council. Visit our website at www. these programs are being created with the community in mind. both in town hall and around the community . because it is the people of Cherry Hill who make this town so special. to better engage our residents and business owners in the decisions that most directly affect them.

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ideas. 2012 – THE CHERRY HILL SUN 13 Residents urged to participate by mayor RESIDENTS Continued from page 11 teraction. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. . Kennedy: “Change is the law of life. I am guided by the words of John F. informed of the progress we are making. If you see me.” I know we won’t miss the future because we will start each day open to new ideas – to your . or email me at MayorCahn@chtownship. I look forward to seeing you around town. of that community which serves as the backbone for our town and will be the driving force as we move Cherry Hill into the future. please be sure to stop. meeting you at events and speaking with you regularly in an effort to keep you . Please connect with me directly by calling (856) 488-7878. I can’t stress enough how important it is that we work together in the weeks and months ahead to cultivate this new. more interactive relationship. Send us your Cherry Hill news Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@cherryhillsun. Fax us at (856) 427-0934. but sewn together by our common thread of commitment to our community It is the strength .com.JANUARY 11-17. every patch is unique. I am excited to forge Cherry Hill’s future with you and I look forward to taking the journey together. say hello and let me know how we are doing. Cherry Hill is a quilt of neighborhoods. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933.

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