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Feeding the hungry
Local business takes time out to
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Mayor:
Ready for
challenges
By MELISSA DIPENTO
The Cherry Hill Sun
Mayor Chuck Cahn made
his first town council meeting
appearance last week, address-
ing the public by saying he and
his team are ready and excited
for the challenges ahead.
Those sitting up front with
the mayor and the seven-mem-
ber council did look distinc-
tively different, as Cahn pre-
sented two new members of
his senior administration.
Cahn named Lenore Rosner
his business administrator, a
township resident who has
previously worked for Cherry
Hill.
Cahn said she brings more
Tot inspires toy drive for Haiti
Photos Special to The Sun
ABOVE: Leslee Jacobs is on the left in the foreground. Christopher Sempier is pictured with his mother,
Sarah. The little boy started a toy drive for orphans in Haiti. BELOW LEFT: Danette Walters of Stuart,
Fla., is cleaning a patients teeth at Hope Alive! Clinic in Mariani, Haiti. BELOW RIGHT: Jane Haines and
Jessa Efinger of Missoula, Mont., are praying with the family of a terminally ill baby at Hope Alive! Clinic
in St. Marc, Haiti.
By SEAN PATRICK MURPHY
The Cherry Hill Sun
And a little child will lead
them.
Three-year-old Christopher
Sempier of Cherry Hill has led
the way with a toy drive to benefit
the children of Haiti.
Christophers dad, Scott, said
he and the family went to the Cen-
ter for the Arts in Southern New
Jersey, in Marlton, to look at
Christopher's maternal grand-
mother's (Carol Plimpton) paint-
ing on display there.
Christopher brought a beaten
up Matchbox ambulance from
Scotts childhood and was playing
with it there. According to Scott,
Leslee Jacobs, who works at the
center, saw his toy and told him
that the little boys in Haiti would
love to play with that toy and that
they don't have any toys.
Leslee then gave me a
brochure about the ministry with
which she is involved, Scott said.
It described the needs in Haiti
and how Hope Alive! Clinic is par-
ticipating in filling some of those
needs.
Unfortunately, I lost the
brochure, but Christopher never
forgot the boys and girls in Haiti
who didn't have any toys (Hope
Alive! works with orphanages).
Christopher's persistent concern
for these other children urged us
to do something.
They looked up the Center for
the Arts and contacted them with
a description of Christopher's in-
teraction with Jacobs, asking if
they could be in contact with her
again about helping the Haitian
orphans.
Jacobs got in touch with Scott
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and sent him more brochures.
After doing some research
about Haiti, Scott discovered that,
of the 4 million Haitian children
(ages 0 - 17) in 2009, there were
more than 400,000 who had been
orphaned. This was before the
catastrophic earthquake hit in
January 2010.
Since the earthquake, there
has been no way to accurately ac-
count for the orphan rate in
Haiti, Scott said. I realized that
the needs of the children were far
greater than whatever little im-
pact the three of us could make,
so I organized the toy drive
through my son's pre-school (Lit-
tle Friends of Palmyra).
I don't know how many toys
we collected, but the pre-school
class (and teachers) donated
many little cars, dolls, jump
ropes, balls, pencils, notebooks
and other toys, filling a pretty
large box.
Hope Alive! Clinic has a min-
istry location that is only six
miles from the epicenter of the
2010 earthquake.
It is a non-profit organization
with its entire American work-
force being volunteer. All of the
money and goods donated to Hope
Alive! Clinic are directly distrib-
uted to those living in Haiti.
Personally, I haven't been to
Haiti, Scott said. I don't know
whether or not people have
moved back to the area after the
devastation.
What I do know is that Haiti
was the most impoverished coun-
try in the western hemisphere be-
fore the earthquake. In the after-
math of the earthquake, the need
has become much greater.
Jacobs, vice president and co-
founder of Hope Alive! Clinic
Ministries in Haiti, located in
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400,000 Haitians orphaned before 2010 earthquake
Medford, said the ministrys first
medical clinic in Haiti opened on
Valentines Day 1998.
She said she had wanted to
help Haitians as long ago as 1982
when she and her husband heard
a minister speak about children
in Haiti going to bed hungry.
We just decided at that point
we were going to give our lives to
help these children, Jacobs said.
On Dec. 27, the Sempiers
brought a box full of toys mostly
Matchbox cars to be delivered to
Haiti. In February, a team from
Georgia will give the toys away.
Jacobs said more people have
been traveling to Haiti since the
devastating earthquake of two
years ago.
She is leaving for Haiti on Jan.
23 and wont be back until May.
Jacobs will be hosting seven
teams totaling 65 people at the
new guest house.
Jacobs is allergic to diesel
fumes and the whole country
runs on diesel, so she has to wear
a mask.
Other dangers in Haiti include
kidnappings, cholera and shoot-
ings.
So far, weve been very
blessed, Jacobs said, noting her
teams have been safe since first
arriving in 1999.
She said the smiles on the faces
of Haitians is the most rewarding
part of the ministry.
People say, I didnt change
them as much as they changed
me, Jacobs said. They have
nothing. Theyre so poor and yet
they dont know it and dont
care.
As a part of the ministry to
bring toys to the orphans in Haiti,
it is my hope that they will take
comfort knowing that Jesus loves
them, people care for them and
that people are praying for them,
Scott said. While toys will never
be able to replace the loss of their
parents, it is our hope that they
will point to the God who out of
His great love, sacrificed His Son
Jesus Christ so that they could
have fellowship with Him.
As a Christian, I have been
commanded by my master to pro-
vide for those in need. As a privi-
leged American, I have been
blessed with the opportunity to
do so it is my duty to share part
of my excess with those who have
real needs.
As a father, it is my responsi-
bility to teach my son and encour-
age him that even he can be a part
of a great ministry and even he
can make a difference no matter
his age. If you ask my son why he
gave toys to the children in Haiti,
he will say, Because they have no
toys. Now, thanks to Hope Alive!
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ing as chief of operations at the
New Jersey Housing and Mort-
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that, she worked as director of
purchasing and director of ppera-
tions for Cherry Hill, a position
she started in 1995.
Robert Wright also took his
seat at the meeting as solicitor,
coming to Cherry Hill after five
years at the New Jersey Depart-
ment of Community Affairs. He
also spent five years as a private
lawyer in South Jersey.
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ditional matters, Cahn said.
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H
ad things not changed, right
now presidential hopefuls
would be gearing up for New
Jerseys Feb. 7 primary election. They
would have, in theory, been canvassing
the state, spending big dollars and oth-
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light similar to what happens in
Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina
and Florida early in the primary
process.
But, last year, the state moved the
primary date back to June. June 5, to
be exact.
Now, you might be wondering
why the state would do such a thing.
Wouldnt it be grand to have CNN and
Fox News trucks and reporters all
over the place while the hopefuls
shook hands at diners and attempted
to navigate traffic circles?
Not really. Not if the costs out-
weighed the benefits.
And, in this case, the costs were too
much to handle.
The first problem was that the polit-
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bunch of states decided that earlier
was better when it came to holding
primaries and caucuses. The parties
kind of like the way things are now,
with Iowa first, New Hampshire sec-
ond, etc. So, when New Jersey and
other states started to make noise
about moving their dates, the parties
took exception and threatened to
whack the number of delegates and do
other mean things.
Second, the February election
would be a second primary election
for the state, as it still would have had
one in June. Elections cost money. Mil-
lions of dollars. Why not save that
money and just hold one election, in
June?
Who knows? Maybe the late election
one day will prove to be a benefit.
Maybe the race wont be over after
Super Tuesday. Maybe well get all
of the attention and campaign dollars.
Or not. Either way, lets give the
state pols some credit for doing the
wise thing this time around.
Sometimes later is better
Moving the presidential primary back to June made sense (and cents)
See you in June
The states decision to move our pres-
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Winter Classic, comedy, grave markers, tractor
Local Kerry Fraser stars at
Winter Classic Alumni game
Dont let anyone tell you the Winter Clas-
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players whove passed their prime. So what
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rying members of the AARP on Dec. 31,
these guys brought their A-game.
Philadelphia Flyers alumni defeated
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parts in winning fashion, 3-1, at the
matchup held outdoors that day at Citizens
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in time for both players and fans alike. But
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the game meant much more.
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standup comedy, maybe this course is for
you.
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living? Be filthy on stage, make fun of cus-
tomers who bought tickets and still be
beloved?
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The rash of scrap metal thefts around
the region reached an insane apex last year
when hundreds of military grave markers
were stolen from cemeteries in South Jer-
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Three women have been indicted in the
thefts, and the scrapyard dealer was hon-
ored by police for helping them solve the
case, according to the Burlington County
Times.
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the township, Cahn said.
Cahn also named Jason
Springer as the townships new
director of communications.
Springer has previously worked
as communications director
for the Democratic State Commit-
tee.
Cahn said he hopes to bridge
the gap between town hall and the
townships residents through out-
reach, communications and so-
cial media.
Jasons knowledge and experi-
ence will prove to be an asset
to this administration, Cahn
said. He will draw on his social
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background, allowing our town-
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by utilizing technology to en-
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Cahn said his new team repre-
sents a mix of public- and private-
sector experience, which, he said,
was imperative in moving for-
ward as mayor.
My goals from the outset are
to look at the townships internal
operations to make sure we are
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these men and women have
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SPRINGER
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Springer named director
of communications
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firm based in Haddonfield, took
the day away from regular busi-
ness to feed Camdens homeless
at the non-profit Cathedral
Kitchen at 1514 Federal St., on
Friday, Dec. 16.
The Conigent team assembled
brown-bag lunches and served
hot meals, under the leadership of
chef Jonathan W. Jernigan from
the Cathedral Kitchen.
Our team was fortunate to be
able to give back and lend a hand,
especially in such a difficult econ-
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to the holidays, said Ameet
Shah, CEO of Conigent. Our em-
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experience.
We couldnt function without
volunteers like the crew at Coni-
gent, said Jernigan. Our sin-
cere gratitude goes out to this
hardworking team.
The day at Cathedral Kitchen
is part of Conigents philanthro-
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ticipating in at least one compa-
ny-wide charitable event per
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Conigent employees take time out to feed Camden homeless
WEDNESDAY
January 18
Bible Study: St. Andrews 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-
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Gospel Choir: Kingsway Church,
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Mat Pilates: Town Square Building,
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Pilates: St. Andrews United
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Pike West. 6 to 7 p.m. Call 795-
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January 19
Spouses Sharing Challenges: A
support group for spouses and/or
partners of persons with
Alzheimers or related dementias.
Sponsored by The Alzheimers
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.
Andrews 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.
Andrews United Methodist Church,
327 Marlton Pike West. 6 to 7 p.m.
Call 795-3428 or email Barbara.
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information..
Balance Your Life with Tai Chi: St.
Andrews 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: Ponzios
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 20
Overeaters Anonymous open
meeting: Kennedy Hospital, Cooper
Landing Rd. and Chapel Ave. 7:45
p.m. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit
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Garden State Rotary Club meet-
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Pilates Classes: St. Andrews 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 Mens Club: Cherry Hill
Community Center, 820 Mercer St. 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 667-7332.
SATURDAY
January 21
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 22
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. Andrews
United Methodist Church, 327 Marl-
ton Pike West. 10:30 a.m. Call 429-
4469.
MONDAY
January 23
Balance Your Life with Tai Chi: St.
Andrews 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-
EVENTS
Continued from page 8
Events happening this week
please see TOWNSHIP, page 10
10 THE CHERRY HILL SUN JANUARY 18-24, 2012
Chi-Group.
Social Dancing: Mkor 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: Ponzios. 6:15
p.m. Visitors welcome. For more
information contact club president
Bill Turner at wrt11@verizon.net or
424-3456.
Meditation: The Ripa Center,
Voorhees. 10:30 to 11 a.m. Call (877)
662-2273 for information.
Slow Flow Yoga: The Ripa Center,
Voorhees. 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Call
(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
csw_fac@yahoo.com.
Nicotine Anonymous meeting:
Kennedy Hospital, Cooper Landing
Rd. and Chapel Ave. 7 p.m. Call 354-
0887 for information.
TOWNSHIP
Continued from page 9
Township hosting events, activities this week
Just weeks ago as I was sworn
in and took the oath of office, I
spoke in my inaugural address
about looking forward to working
closely with the members of
Township Council. I noted that as
we embarked on our journey to-
gether, we needed to dedicate our-
selves to answering lifes most
persistent question as posed by
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr,
What are you doing for others?
That is a question my administra-
tion seeks to answer everyday.
Like so many of us, I was
raised to believe in giving back
with a strong involvement in
service to our community long
before I dreamed of having the
honor to serve the residents of
Cherry Hill, as Mayor.
Those experiences of commu-
nity involvement and service
helped me learn about our town
and helped me to realize that we
are indeed a quilt of Neighbor-
hoods every patch unique, but
sewn together by our common
thread of commitment to our
community. We are, as Dr. King
said, bound together in a single
garment of destiny. We recog-
nize the beauty and uniqueness of
the individuals that make up our
communities with the wisdom
that all are connected and
strengthened by our shared dif-
ferences and common yearnings.
We have learned from Dr. King
the importance of striving to see
past the color of someones skin,
and instead to focus on the con-
tent of their character.
Nearly half a century has
passed and as we celebrate the life
of Dr. King its important we re-
member not only the message he
delivered, but also the means by
which he sought change. Despite
struggle and adversity, Dr. King
never lost focus on the mission.
His peaceful approach to achiev-
ing meaningful change not only
helped heal our nation with the
balm of love and compassion, but
also provided an example that
continues to serve as a guide for
ending injustice to this day.
While we certainly celebrate
the progress that has been made,
this holiday provides an opportu-
nity to acknowledge what Dr.
King recognized as the fierce ur-
gency of now and recommit our-
selves to achieving greater justice
and full equality for all. My ad-
ministration recognizes that and
is dedicated to make the changes
to necessary to position Cherry
Hill for an even brighter future.
We take pride in the inclusive-
ness of our community, but its
not enough to be satisfied with
what we have already achieved.
We must go further and continue
to strike a bold path as Dr. King
spoke of.
Dr. King encouraged all citi-
zens to live up to the purpose and
potential of our nation and make
this country a better place to live.
There is still work to be complet-
ed so that we can achieve Dr.
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Kings dream, it is the focus and
goal of my administration to
make sure that Cherry Hill does
its part each and every day.
I hope you will join our Town-
ship at Cherry Hill West High
School as the Cherry Hill African
American Civic Association
kicks off Black History Month on
Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. with an annual
show featuring students and com-
munity members.
Together, with the strength of
our community and the courage
of our convictions, we can find
ways to empower and serve our
Township, so that we can truly
honor the legacy of Dr. King.
KINGS
Continued from page 11
Kings
dream,
mayors
focus
Israel film course
begins Thursday
JCRCs five-part Israel educa-
tion film mini-course Israel and
the West will take place Thurs-
day, Jan. 19, at Congregation Beth
El at 7 p.m. A movie will be fol-
lowed by a Q & A period with the
rabbi. The program is free and
open to the community. However,
seating is limited. Register online
at www.jcrcsnj.org.
Police make arrest in
connection with grave
marker thefts
The Cherry Hill Police Depart-
ment recently re-canvassed local
scrap metal dealers in an effort to
obtain any further investigative
leads on recent copper and metal
thefts from graves and were ulti-
mately able to arrest a 23-year-old
Malaga man in connection with
the crimes, police said.
A preliminary hearing had
been scheduled for Jan. 17, at CJP
Court in Camden. Bail was set at
$35,000, with a 10-percent option.
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