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Earning his Eagle
Scout Everett Minchew collects
school supplies. PAGE 2
KRISTEN DOWD/The Sun
At The Animal Orphanages 18th annual Woofstock on Saturday, Sept. 20, Danielle Nutts friendly dachshund Rita Hayworth was too busy
giving kisses to Marlton resident Charlene Salinski to smile for the camera like her poised canine pal Walt Disney.
A dog day of (late) summer
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
The thrill of running is noth-
ing new to the students at Evans
Elementary School.
Two years ago, the school start-
ed its Evans Recess Runners
program where students at the
school can run during their lunch
Recess
runners
share love
of running
Students team up
with Rotary for
first 5K Trail Run
IF YOU GO
When: 8 a.m. sign-in, 8:30 a.m.
race begins on Oct. 12
Where: Meet at Marlton Middle
School, 150 Tomlinson Road
Cost: $20 before Oct. 5, $25
afterward or on race day
For more information: Visit
www.evesham.k12.nj.us/evans
or www.runsignup.com an
search Evans School
please see RUN, page 21
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
Purchasing school supplies can
be expensive, but for some stu-
dents in financial need at a few of
Eveshams elementary schools,
help this year came in the form of
Evesham resident and potential
Eagle Scout Everett Minchew.
Minchew, age 17, is a senior at
Camden Catholic High School
and member of Boy Scout Troop
100 of Marlton.
For his Eagle Scout service
project, Minchew spent the last
two weekends of August collect-
ing school supplies from local
stores to donate to kids at Evans,
Jaggard and Marlton elementary
schools who needed assistance
purchasing supplies for the up-
coming school year.
Minchew and fellow Scouts
from his troop stood outside a
Walmart with fliers explaining
who he was, what he was doing,
and listing the various supplies
the students at the different
schools needed.
From the donations he collect-
ed, Minchew said he was able to
give the three schools 37 back-
packs filled with supplies to be
handed over to the kids who need-
ed them the most.
Its just like a feeling Ive
never gotten before, Minchew
said. I know that 100 percent
helped them out, and they have
what they need. It just feels great.
I know if I was in their shoes, and
I was a kid whose family didnt
have the money to buy supplies,
and I got all this top-notch stuff
its like a feeling that nothing else
could give you.
However, despite the projects
happy ending, Minchew said he
did face some challenges during
the collection.
First, not every store Minchew
contacted would allow him to so-
licit shoppers outside of their
stores.
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Enjoying an active lifestyle is
important for a healthy life as a
senior, an aspect Evesham Town-
ship values.
To keep seniors active, Eve-
sham Township provides numer-
ous services, including busing
throughout the township to
events, doctors appointments
and senior gatherings at the Gib-
son House Community Center.
This year, the Evesham Town-
ship Department of Senior Serv-
ices received a new bus to assist
in transportation.
The addition to the Depart-
ment of Senior Services is incred-
ibly valuable, Monica Vanden-
berg, director of Senior Services,
said. We strive to provide the
best transportation service to our
senior citizens. Were glad to have
the new bus.
Evesham Township seniors
have the opportunity to utilize
free transportation services. The
driver will pick residents up
(curbside) at their home, take
them to their appointment and re-
turn them to their homes.
Our services provide seniors
a sense of freedom they may have
lost when they stopped driving,
Vandenberg said. We take them
food shopping, to the doctors,
Wal-Mart and hair salons.
Seniors are encouraged to call
(856) 988-9866 to make an appoint-
ment. Leave a detailed message
including name, address, date,
time and address of the appoint-
ment one week ahead of the
scheduled appointment date.
Please note the earliest ap-
pointments that should be made
are 8:30 a.m. and the latest 2:30
p.m.
For additional information
about the senior transportation
program, call (856) 985-9792.
Free transportation offered to seniors
Evesham Township
has a continued com-
mitment to the commu-
nity.
As mayor, Im proud
of the efforts of a new
initiative beginning in
October, known as
Neighborhood Aware-
ness Month. The pro-
gram is designed to pro-
tect the residents of Evesham Township as
our schedules pick up with school, sports
and work. Our goal is to paint 25 miles-per-
hour speed limit signs on 100 locations in
addition to Children at Play signs in-
stalled and crosswalks repaired on as
many roads as possible, as well as other
safety initiatives.
Furthermore, our community-oriented
police force will be visiting homes after
families return home from school and
work to discuss home safety, how to deal
with strangers and bike safety among
other important topics.
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Nov. 4 election will not be printed in the
Oct. 29 edition. The Oct. 22 edition will
be the last edition before elections to
print these letters.
C
ell phone cameras are every-
where. Ordinary people record
ordinary things on their cam-
eras every day. Some upload funny
videos to YouTube and they become fa-
mous. Some record friends and family
acting like, well, friends and family do.
Some record precious moments such
as a childs first step, first words or
first hit at a Little League game.
And then, there are some who
record controversial situations
fights, robberies, other crimes and
even situations that could make law
enforcement look bad.
This is a new piece of technology
that police departments across the
world have had to deal with and its
a challenge they havent had to face be-
fore since its technology the public
uses and not technology officers use.
Police departments often say that
cell phone camera footage that shines
a negative light on officers often does-
nt tell the whole story, and theyre
right to a point. Those uploaded videos
of controversial police actions dont
often show the entire before that
leads to the sensational after. Thats
not justifying the after if it entails
police brutality or an excessive use of
force or power; its just a fact that,
when taken out of context, video can
often be misleading.
Thats one main reason why we sup-
port the state Sen. Shirley Turners
plan to introduce legislation that
would require all patrol officers to
wear body cameras that would capture
video and audio recordings.
If all officer interactions with the
public are recorded, for the entire
length of the interaction, a full picture
of what happened will be there for
everyone to see.
Evesham Township recently in-
stalled cameras on all its officers on its
own. Back in July, when the program
was announced, Police Chief Christo-
pher Chew said studies have shown
that the cameras would save a depart-
ment of its size an estimated $117,000
over a three-year period by reducing
legal complaints against the depart-
ment, as well as reduce the use of
force and workmans compensation.
Another $94,000 would be saved in
civilian and department costs with
less time spent in court, overtime, on
days off, investigating frivolous inter-
nal affairs complaints or lawsuits,
Chew said.
Those are great points, and good
enough reasons to make the invest-
ment to mandate cameras on all offi-
cers.
Whats better, though, is that the
cameras should help keep officers in
line, too. Were not accusing our local
officers of misconduct or, worse, bru-
tality, but its nice to have this extra
level of protection and peace of
mind for the public. That, if an offi-
cer were to act out of line, his or her
actions would be caught on tape, just
like our actions would be caught on
tape if the situation were reversed.
Our legislators should support
Turners idea and make the cameras
required on all officers.
in our opinion
To serve and protect ... better
Mounted cameras on officers are a good idea
Share your thoughts
How do you feel about all police officers
being equipped with cameras? Share
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through a letter to the editor.
Evesham Township continues variety of safety measures
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Woods filled with tall trees,
winding pathways, a scenic tidal
river, over 40 species of colorful
birds all of it located just off
Admiral Wilson Boulevard, and
closed to local residents in need of
green space. However, on Sept. 20,
members of Marlton Girl Scout
Troop 21078 officially opened
Gateway Park, part of Cooper
River Park West, for the first time
in 13 years as they hosted a Plein
Air Festival and Community
Paint Out. Plein Air means
painting on location, outdoors.
The goal of this festival was to
promote open space justice and to
raise awareness about the park.
The girls certainly met their
goal. The parking lot filled with
cars for the first time in more
than a decade. Artists created
their pieces from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Passersby asked Are we in
Paris? Families stopped to see
what the art was all about. A local
author selected one of the con-
testants to be featured in a book
about South Jersey art. The juror
was Dressler Smith, coordinator
of adult programs at Pennsylva-
nia Academy of the Fine Arts.
Her work is in many public and
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Special to The Sun
Members of Marlton Girl Scout Troop 21078 hosted a Plein Air Festi-
val and Community Paint Out on Sept. 20 as their Silver Award proj-
ect. The goal of this festival was to promote open space justice and
to raise awareness about Gateway Park.
please see FESTIVAL, page 12
CALENDAR PAGE 8 OCT. 17, 2014
WEDNESDAY OCT. 1
PowerPoint 2010 for Beginners:
Adult. 10:30 a.m. Evesham
Library at 984 Tuckerton Road.
Learn the basics of creating digi-
tal slide presentations for busi-
ness, hobby, club, school, parties,
or family gatherings. Mouse and
basic computer skills required.
Knowledge of Word helpful. Reg-
istration is required. Register
online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in
person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
Friends of the Black Run Preserve
Concept Plan Presentation:
Adult. 7 p.m. Evesham Township
Municipal Building at 984 Tucker-
ton Road. The Friends of the
Black Run Preserve want local
constituency to be seen and
heard at its concept plan presen-
tation at 7 p.m. in the Evesham
Township Municipal Courtroom.
Elected officials determine what
level of support and funding will
be provided for the preserve to
be enjoyed safely by citizens of
all ages. For those who enjoy
Eveshams pristine Pinelands
gem, support the Friends of the
Black Run Preserve. For more
information visit
www.blackrun.org. Join the
Friends of the Black Run Preserve
on Oct. 1.
THURSDAY OCT. 2
Adult Knitting Club: Adult. 11 a.m.
Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-
ton Road. Beginners as well as
more advanced adult knitters are
welcome to join this four-week
knitting class series. By the end
of the series, students will leave
with a completed project. Please
bring size 10 knitting needles.
Yarn will be provided. Registra-
tion is required. Register online at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person
or call the library at (856) 983-
1444.
AARP Chapter 4003 meeting:
Adult. 1 p.m. Mt. Laurel Communi-
ty Center, 100 Mt. Laurel Road.
Serves Marlton. New members
welcome. For membership infor-
mation, call 856-439-0995.
The Delaware Valley Chapter of
the Pomegranate Guild of Juda-
ic Needlework meeting: Adult. 7
p.m. Congregation Mkor Shalom,
850 East Evesham Road. The
program will be discussing the
Jewish tradition of inviting a dif-
ferent mystical guest each night
to the Sukkah during the holiday
of Sukkot. Participants will con-
struct a soft sculpture figure to
symbolize the invitee, selected
from among Jewish women from
history, literature, Bible, family,
etc. For further information and
list of supplies, call (856) 489-
1749. Guests are always welcome.
BNI Evesham Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at Indian Springs Country
Club, 115 S. Elmwood Road. BNI is
a business and professional net-
working referral organization.
Join us to learn more about how
to grow your business. Call Jim
for details at (856) 669-2602.
BNI Marlton Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main
St., Voorhees. BNI is a business
and professional networking
referral organization. Join us to
learn more about how to grow
your business. Call Ray for details
at (609) 760-0624.
FRIDAY OCT. 3
Walking in Grace: Adult. 7 p.m. Fel-
lowship Alliance Chapel, 199
Church Road, Medford. Women
are invited to this introductory
event celebrating a new womans
ministry for the community. This
event will include worship music,
a guest speaker, refreshments
and the opportunity to learn
more about this community pro-
gram and future events. Registra-
tion is required. Register online at
www.faconline.org/wig
SATURDAY OCT. 4
Marlton Womans Club 4th Annual
Yard Sale: All. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 101
Crown Prince Drive. Come out
and show support. Shop for a
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MONDAY OCT. 6
Little Tigers - Kung Fu Kids: Ages
4 to 10. 4 p.m. Evesham Library at
984 Tuckerton Road. Join SiFu
Lou for this special four-week
program. Each class is one hour.
This Kung Fu Kids program uses
the art of Kung Fu as a vehicle for
teaching concepts including:
respect for one's self and others,
diligence, excellent effort, leader-
ship, and peace-keeping skills.
Wear comfortable clothing. If par-
ticipants can't make all of the
four class dates, please let the
library know when registering.
Registration is required. Register
online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in
person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
The Marlton Sons of Italy, Lodge
2315, Monthly Business & Din-
ner Meeting: Adult. 6:45 p.m.
Gibson House Community Center
at 535 East. Main St, (Recreation
Drive) All are welcome. Join the
Marlton Sons of Italy for a deli-
cious roast beef and turkey din-
ner before the meeting. For
information call (856) 983-1132.
TUESDAY OCT. 7
Fire Truck Tales: Ages 3 to 6. 10:30
a.m. Evesham Library at 984
Tuckerton Road. Celebrate Fire
Prevention Week at the library
with a special story time all about
fire trucks. Craft included. Regis-
tration is required. Register
online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in
person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
Knitting Club: Ages 8 to 18. 11 a.m.
Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-
ton Road. Beginners as well as
more advanced knitters are wel-
come to join this four-week knit-
ting class series. By the end of
the series, students will leave
with a completed project. Please
bring size 10 knitting needles.
Yarn will be provided. Registra-
tion is required. Register online at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or
call the library at (856) 983-1444.
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I contacted Target, Walmart,
ShopRite and Staples, and it
turned out that Walmart was the
only store that gave me permis-
sion to have me and my fellow
Scouts stand outside and solicit,
Minchew said.
Yet even then, Minchew said
the other three stores were still
able to help the project.
It was OK, how can I take it
the next step further, and I fig-
ured I might as well ask them for
a donation of some sort, and I
ended up getting a donation from
all three stores in the form of a
gift card or check, Minchew
said.
And even when Minchew had
the supplies, he said the most
stressful part of the project was
yet to come when he had to organ-
ize and categorize what he had
collected to make sure the right
supplies got to the right kids at
the right school.
Organizing everything it
had to the hardest part of the
project, Minchew said. Orga-
nizing not only the supplies I ob-
tained into groups of those indi-
vidual supplies, but making sure
I followed everything and the
right supplies went to the right
kids.
As for the students who re-
ceived the supplies and their par-
ents, principals at the schools re-
port they were extremely appre-
ciative.
I had a lot of parents on the
other end of that phone that were
extremely appreciative, said
Evans Elementary principal
Nicholas DiBlasi. There were
tears in their eyes, because what
are school supplies now? $50, $60
depending on the grade? Its
crazy.
Marlton Elementary School
principal Julio Feldman, an Eagle
Scout himself, echoed DiBlasis
sentiments.
He went out and he got the
supplies, and he delivered them,
and I just thought it was a very
worthwhile project and the recip-
ients of the backpacks are greatly
appreciative, Feldman said. Its
very nice to see.
Looking back on his completed
project, Minchew said he was
happy with the way things turned
out.
Overall, the whole project, it
went a lot better than I expected it
to go, Minchew said. I got way
more supplies than I thought I
would, and it really surprised me
how much I got, but by the way
the teachers reacted, I felt that
they were happy with my work,
and after everything was over I
was pretty happy with the out-
come that came about.
ORGANIZATION
Continued from page 2
Organization was hardest part
private collections, including
Oprah Winfreys. At 4 p.m., the
first place prize was awarded to
Robert Lipartito of Haddonfield.
Second place was awarded to Do-
minic Martelli of Sicklerville and
third place to Jemel Balkman of
West Berlin. Sue Israel of Perkins
Center for the Arts was the juror
for the youth submissions.
Gateway Park was created in
2000, during preparations for the
Republican Convention in
Philadelphia. The park replaced a
series of motels, gas stations and
bars along Admiral Wilson Boule-
vard. Unlike Cooper River Park
East, which was developed and
turned into a beautiful area to
take walks and bike rides, the
west side of Cooper River re-
mains underdeveloped. The park
has remained officially closed for
13 years; barriers greet motorists
attempting to enter via the park-
ing lot. This much-needed open
space will serve Camden and
Pennsauken residents who would
otherwise have to cross danger-
ous motorways to access park-
land.
Members of Girl Scout Troop
21078 were inspired to base their
Silver Award community service
project at Gateway Park after par-
ticipating in a Pledge to Fledge
bird watching event and meeting
with advisor Tom Knoche of
Friends of Cooper River Park
West. They learned project man-
agement skills as they worked
with the CCMUA, the NJ Conser-
vation Foundation and Girl
Scouts of Central and Southern
NJ to approve the project. They
worked with local groups such as
UrbanPromise and Parkside
Business and Community in Part-
nership, who have long been ad-
vocating for the park, to coordi-
nate the event. The Silver Award
is the second-highest award in
Girl Scouting.
An online gallery and more in-
formation about the contest can
be found on the festival website,
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Every week, The Sun will ask candidates
in the Nov. 4 election for council seats to respond
to questions pertinent to local issues. You can find all the
responses online at www.marltonsun.com. This weeks questions:
1.) Why are you running for council?
2.) If elected, what would be your top priority?
Name: Deborah Hackman
Age: 55
Occupation: Chemistry
teacher, Burlington Township
High School
Political Affiliation: Republi-
can
Clubs/Organizations you be-
long to: Evesham Republican
Club; Burlington County Re-
publican Women; Environmen-
tal Commission township liai-
son; Municipal Alliance town-
ship liaison; founder of Youth Advisory
Committee; member and past board
member, Unity Church of Christ
Why are you running for town council?
As a council member, we are elected
to give the highest level of service at the
best price possible. Therefore,
we are always looking to save
our constituents taxes. I want
to continue to look under
every proverbial rock to
find more ways we can save
money for the people of Eve-
sham.
If re-elected, what would be
your top priority?
If elected, my priority will
be to continue to hold the line
on taxes. I want to always be
looking at ways to save money for our
residents, without compromising on the
excellent service that we provide. In
short, I want to keep Evesham the town
that everyone wants to make their resi-
dence.
DEBORAH HACKMAN
Name: Sophia Nowinski
Age: 69
Occupation: Retired educa-
tional professional
Political Affiliation: Democ-
rat
Clubs/Organizations you be-
long to: Marlton Garden Club,
member of the JCC, Evesham
Historical Society, 46-year
member of NJEA, CCEA, and
CEA, graduate of Rowan Uni-
versity
Why are you running for town council?
I am running for Council because I be-
lieve the taxpayers deserve an open and
transparent government that provides
accountability, is efficient using our re-
sources and effective in deliv-
ering services to the residents.
Unfortunately, we arent get-
ting that from the current
council, and the public ends up
losing in the end.
If elected, what would be your
top priority?
If elected, my top priority
would be to increase trans-
parency and openness in the
actions we are taking in the
name of the taxpayers by re-
quiring that all township council meet-
ings be videotaped, available via the
township website and made available to
cable television providers for public ac-
cess programming.
SOPHIA NOWINKSKI
Name: Fred Ritter
Age: 53
Occupation: Printing and ad-
vertising
Political Affiliation: Democrat
Clubs/Organizations you be-
long to: Evesham Democrats,
local philanthropy through
Our Lady of Lourdes, Sensitive
Santa, Sensitive Easter Bunny,
The Lynch Home
Why are you running for town
mayor?
Im running for mayor be-
cause this is our town and we need
someone who will stand up for all the
residents to be a voice for a better Eve-
sham. Ill challenge the status
quo so we continue delivering
high quality services while en-
suring families get value for
their tax dollars.
If elected, what would be
your top priority?
If elected, my top priority
would be to promote smart
growth throughout the town-
ship developing a comprehen-
sive plan for sustainable rede-
velopment of the many aban-
doned properties in Evesham
to help lessen the burden on our taxpay-
ers and expand the number of business-
es servicing our community.
FRED RITTER
Name: Phil Warren
Age: 31
Occupation: Stay-at-home fa-
ther
Political Affiliation: Democ-
rat
Clubs/Organizations you be-
long to: Graduate of TCNJ
Why are you running for town
council?
Im running for council be-
cause as a stay-at-home father
raising two young children, the
future of my family depends on the deci-
sions made by our leaders today. The
shortsighted decisions of this council
could have a significant impact
down the road leaving resi-
dents stuck footing the bill.
If elected, what would be your
top priority?
My top priority would be
seeking additional opportuni-
ties for sharing services with
neighboring communities to
save tax dollars instead of
playing shell games like the
current council by bonding
against the future of our town
and residents. We need a complete audit
and accounting of township finances for
the public.
PHIL WARREN
Name: Steven D. Zeuli
Age: 53
Occupation: Small business
owner
Political Affiliation: Republi-
can
Why are you running for town
council?
To give back to this commu-
nity that has given me and my
family so many wonderful op-
portunities.
If re-elected, what would be
your top priority?
To continue researching, re-
fining, and implementing new
efficiencies to our local gov-
ernment.
STEVEN ZEULI
Mayor Randy Brown declined to submit an article.
CANDIDATES
MEET THE
20 THE MARLTON SUN OCT. 17, 2014
The following information is
from Evesham Police Lt. Joseph
Friel:
Motorists in New Jersey and
throughout the nation are asked
to join a day-long effort on Oct. 10
designed to increase awareness
about safe driving behaviors and
keep the states roadways fatality
free for one-day.
Known as Put the Brakes on
Fatalities Day, the national initia-
tive was designed to unite the
country in moving toward zero fa-
talities for one full day by encour-
aging motorists to obey all traffic
laws, including buckling up,
every ride; driving the posted
speed limit; avoiding distractions
while driving; and always being
safe and sober behind the wheel.
The departments goal is to expe-
rience a day when all roadway
users are extra vigilant and there
are no fatalities on the roadways.
Last year in New Jersey, 542 in-
dividuals lost their lives in motor
vehicle-related crashes, down
from 589 in 2012. The decline con-
tinues a downward trend in
motor vehicle fatalities, and in
2013 we recorded the lowest num-
ber of motor vehicle-related
deaths in the state since the 1940s.
Put the Brakes on Fatalities
Day not only raises awareness
about the individual responsibili-
ty we have for our driving behav-
iors, but also engages drivers in
making positive changes behind-
the-wheel every day of the year.
Additional information on the
Put the Brakes on Fatalities
Day is available by logging on to
www.brakesonfatalities.org
Police increase awareness
with Put the Brakes
on Fatalities Day Oct. 10
recess period, with every mile a
student runs earning that student
a wearable token to mark the
achievement.
Now the school hopes to share
that love of running with the pub-
lic in a new way on Oct. 12 with
the first-ever Evans School and
Marlton Rotary 5K Trail Run at
the Black Run Preserve.
The race, located at Eveshams
very own piece of the Pine Bar-
rens between the Marlton Lakes
and Kings Grant neighborhoods,
will simultaneously offer runners
the chance to keep healthy on a
Sunday morning in October
while also experiencing the beau-
ty of the Pine Barrens as fall
truly begins to take-over.
Participants will meet at Marl-
ton Middle School, 150 Tomlinson
Road, by 8 a.m. to be bused to the
chip-timed race at the preserve.
The race will then start at 8:30
a.m., rain or shine, and is open to
all ages with a $20 registration fee
for those who sign up by Oct. 5,
and a fee of $25 afterward and up
until race day.
After the race, participants will
be bused back to Marlton Middle
School for a 10 a.m. awards cere-
mony, with awards given to the
top three male and female finish-
ers overall and awards given to
the top male and female finisher
in each age category.
Evans School Principal
Nicholas DiBlasi said the idea of
Evans holding a 5K came from
the success of schools Recess
Runners program and wanting to
give kids a goal to work toward
with their running.
As for holding the 5K at the pre-
serve, DiBlasi said it made sense
since, as the district as a whole
has always done work with the
preserve and holding the race at
this time of the time of year
would give the runners a chance
to appreciative something beauti-
ful.
It brings awareness to the
Black Run Preserve, because a lot
of people have heard about it, but
dont know what it is or where it
is, and I think the more people
that run there will get a sense of
just truly how beautiful that place
is, DiBlasi said.
The event will be co-sponsored
by the Rotary Club of Marlton,
which in the past has annually
distributed dictionaries to every
third grader in the district.
Karen Labenz, president of the
Rotary, said the organization had
wanted to do a 5K fundraiser for
some time, and when DiBlasi
mentioned that Evans wanted to
host a 5K as well, the match up
seemed like a no-brainer.
This is a way to get our name
out there and become involved in
the community and to show them
that were here for them, Labenz
said. Its not just international
projects like polio eradication, its
helping our neighbors, and thats
what we enjoy doing most is help-
ing our neighbors.
After the awards ceremony,
participants will also have the op-
tion to take part in an added edu-
cational bonus for the day, as
buses will still be on hand to take
runners back to the preserve for
guided nature walks from mem-
bers of the Friends of the Black
Run Preserve, a group dedicated
to being stewards of the preserve.
John Volpa, chair of the FBRP,
said he hopes people will learn
about the ecology of the preserve
and what they can do to support
the preserve as it faces issues
such as illegal dumping, unautho-
rized motorized vehicles driving
through the preserve and camp-
fires.
Its an island of wilderness
surrounded by suburbia, Volpa
said. Its peacefulness and beauty
are just minutes away from thou-
sands of residents who may be
looking for a place to walk, bike,
run, birding, or simply to relax
with family and friends.
Those interested in signing up
can visit www.evesham.k12.nj.
us/evans or www.runsignup.com
and search Evans School.
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Chris's HauIing &
Landscaping
Yard Clean-up, Leaf Clean
Up, Bushes Trimmed,
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Sheds & Decks Removed
Basements & Garages
Cleaned, Powerwashing
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Correnty's Lawn Svcs.
Fall Cleanups
Leaves & More
AffordabIe Pricing
Anthony 856-428-5262
OUTDOOR
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LANDSCAPING
Office: 856-267-5268
P.O.Box 49, Marlton, NJ 08053
Complete Design/Installation
& Lawn Maintenance
Maint. & Elect. Supplies
Telephone Sales Exp.
Preferred
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SALES
856-381-0249
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IS NOW OFFERING
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(609) 320-9717
Quality Work at a Reasonable Price
NJ Lic# 13VH00929000
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REMOVAL + PAINTING
609-714-6878
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856-429-2494
NJRMP 9325-Don Nelson
South Jersey Service
PIumbing
Roofing
ReaI Estate Wanted
DIAMOND
ROOFING
Shingle Cedar Shake Rubber
Hot Asphalt Skylites & Repairs
(609) 268-9200
Lic.# 13VH01716900
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Haddonfield family seeks
4 bedroom house for
extended family, arriving
11/27 departing 11/29.
Call:856-761-6986
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SHEDS
Built in your yard
609-261-1888
everlastsheds.com
203 Rt. 530, Southampton
Merchandise GeneraI
$25 OFF
Window Cleaning
$50 OFF
Deck Cleaning
and Sealing
$25 OFF
House Pressure
Washing
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856-429-4882
www.southjerseycaretakers.com
AMERICAN SERVICES
Window Cleaning Pressure Washing
Concrete Pool Cleaning
Deck Cleaning and Sealing
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CLEANING
Weekly Bi-weekly Monthly
Detail Cleaning Saturday Cleaning
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856-304-5019
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& ORGANIZATION
We can organize homes, offices,
and make any space efficient,
structured and clean .
REFERENCES UPON REQUEST
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(856) 776-0223
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609-953-0886
Windows Screens Skylights Chandeliers Gutters & More!
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and looking for motivated, business minded leaders who not
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aggressive expansion is getting the attention of
people in virtually every background. We are
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energy! We work with numerous Fortune 100
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CLASSIFIED 26 THE MARLTON SUN OCTOBER 1-7, 2014
CHERRY HILL
1785 BALDWIN ROAD Lovely 3 bed-
room Split in Apple Hill. Move right in. This
kitchen has been updated. Spacious family
room and finished basement. Fenced yard
and home is located close to shopping and
major highway with the great Cherry Hill
Schools. (Web ID 6440596) $239,000
MARLTON
12 AUSTIN ROAD Embassy Grand in
the Ridings at Mayfair offers 4Bd 2.5Ba with
finished basement 2 car garage 2 story addi-
tion a brand new roof plus newer HVAC HW
floors Spacious Kitchen W/breakfast room in-
cludes granite and tile backsplash Don't miss
this one! (Web ID 6445349) $459,000
MEDFORD
25 SAWMILL ROADBraddocks Mill Lake
Front Home on 2.35 Ac with 200` Lake Front 3Bd
2.5Ba Full Basement w/Game Room Kitchen all
updated w/Granite tops Tile backsplash New High
Efficiency Heater Central Air New Deck across
the back of the home OVERLOOKING the
LAKE!!! (Web ID 6376144) $499,000
EVESHAM
47 LEXINGTON CIRCLE See this Stun-
ning 4Bd home w/2.5 Baths w/Granite Counter-
tops & Cherry Cabinets in Kitchen & Bathrooms
Home has beautiful wood floors throughout
home, Finished Basement w/office. Family Room
w/fireplace which leads to private backyard w/EP
Henry Patio (Web ID 6410761) $469,000
EVESHAM
213 HOPEWELL ROAD 5.84 Acre
Horse Farm 3 stalls & Tack Rm Main house
has 3BD 2.5Ba & full fin basement New floor-
ing throughout 3car det garage Plus in-law
suite with full kitchen & bath Built in pool w/new
liner Plus screened in pool house located on
Little Mill CC (Web ID 6427473) $525,000
MARLTON
43 NORMANDY DRIVE "Woodlands
Development" Impeccable Solebury Model with
every upgrade your can imagine. This truly is a
must see to appreciate! From gourmet Kitchen
to sumptuous bathrooms and two tier Trex
Deck backing to farm lands! Call for your pri-
vate tour. (Web ID 6326361) $430,000
MEDFORD
1 WOODSFIELD COURT Stately Gary
Gardner built 4 Bedroom 3.5Baths, 5,000
Sq. Ft. Contemporary w/Connoisseur's
Dream Kitchen Natural surroundings w/a
touch of sophisticated comfort. In-Ground
pool, Deck/Patio, Bar, Golf Course View,
Gazebo (Web ID 6320355) $819,900
Maribeth
Aquino
Carlo
Vitulano
CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENTI
MEDFORD
4 GOLDEN CLUB DRIVECentennial
Estates Custom Built Home by Travarelli Builders
Curved Archway Elaborate trim work T/O Custom
Kitchen w/Granite countertops Custom built Cre-
denza in Kitchen Finished basement Luxurious
Master Bath inground pool 3 car side entry
garage!!! (Web ID 6173288) $1,048,550
MOORESTOWN
1004 RIVERTON RD Stunning 3 bed-
room single level home with a very pri-
vate back yard family retreat located on
1.01 acres. High end Connoisseur`s
kitchen. Covered patio pool area with fan,
built in grill, Refrigerator, fire Pit. Parking
for 15 cars. (Web ID 6443451) $569,900
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CHERRY HILL
1816 CARDINAL LAKE DRIVE Wel-
come Home! Updated 4 bd 2.5Ba split, in Cherry
Hill On the main level open Living/Dining Rm,
Refinished hdwd flrs Updated kit w/maple cabi-
nets Brick wood burning Fireplace in Family Rm
Backyard oasis! In-ground pool & hot tub Fin-
ished basement (Web ID 6459159) $300,000
EVESHAM
8 SAINT JEAN WAY Spacious Provi-
dence model in desirable Woodlands! 4Bd
2.5Ba first floor office, 3 car garage, unfinished
basement 2 story family room w/gas fireplace
& 2nd staircase, huge backyard, meticulous
lawn, all appliances included & so much more!
MUST SEE! (Web ID 6413627) $439,900
Jennean
Veale
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HAINESPORT
103 HASTING LANE Creekview 3
Bedroom 2.5 Bath w/NO Monthly
Fees! Cathedral Ceiling Grand
Entrance Fireplace Open
Kitchen Finished Basement Big
Back Yard JUST BEAUTIFUL!
(Web ID 6353777) $279,000
MARLTON
16 WEAVER DRIVE Amazing Crestmont
modle in Tanglewood! 3Bed 2.5Ba Finished
Basement w/office space 2 story FR with FP
upgraded Kitchen w/granite, tile backsplash all
appl included Second floor laundry Trex Deck
one car garage and so much more! Don't miss
this one! (Web ID 6448547) $309,900
Jennean
Veale
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HAINESPORT
7 COVE COURT Lakeside at Creekview
- Hardwood flrs 1st fl Study, Kit w/ open floor
plan 2 story FamRm w/gas FP + rear stair-
case Formal LivRm 2nd fl 4 bd Master w/
vaulted ceilings Master Ba w/Jacuzzi Full fin
basement Backyd fenced, deck + paver
block patio (Web ID 6396086) $420,000
CHERRY HILL
1016 RYMILL RUN Welcome to Fox Hol-
low This center hall Colonial features 5Bed-
rooms and 3.5 Baths Large eat in Kitchen
Family Room Fireplace Formal Living and
Dining room First floor office Full Basement
Hardwood Flooring throughout this home.
Fenced yard (Web ID 6404318) $385,000
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Barbara
Buechele
Laura
Odland
Michael
Carr
Michael
Carr
Sheryl
Napolitano
Michael
Carr
Carlo
Vitulano
Jennean
Veale
Carlo
Vitulano
James
Moffa
James
Moffa
CLASSIFIED OCTOBER 1-7, 2014 THE MARLTON SUN 27
Call us at
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Landscaping
Trees, Shrubs, Pruning, Clean-ups, Mulch, Topsoil, Sod,
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Bucket Truck & Backhoe NJ Lic #13vh05439500
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609-953-9794
609-405-3873
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Concrete Repair
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Cracks are our specialty.
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