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It Takes a Village
Volunteer group expands
services. PAGE 3
KRISTINA SCALA/The Moorestown Sun
Habitat for Humanity Burlington County started to piece together the future home of Kayla and James Lyons on Thursday, Aug. 30.
The overgrown lot was cleared out to make way for a foundation, studding and finally the four walls that will make the Lyons feel at
home. Habitat for Humanity Burlington County Construction Manager Allen McSparron said the expected completion date for the
build is by the end of December. While putting the walls up, McSparron directed Kayla to stand in the doorframes for the front and
back walls. She was unsure if the walls would make it over without touching her, but when the walls were raised above her head she
smiled and was ready to finish the job.
Habitat for Humanity building
Judge
lifts
liquor
limit
By KRISTINA SCALA
The Moorestown Sun
Moorestown Council members
met on Wednesday, Sept. 5 to dis-
cuss possible alternatives after a
judge ruled the township is not al-
lowed to confine alcohol within
the Moorestown Mall. Discussion
of the matter was to continue at a
meeting on Sept. 10.
Township solicitor Thomas
Coleman presented details re-
garding Superior Court Judge
Ronald Bookbinders decision to
reject the townships ordinance to
restrict liquor licensing to the
mall and concluded the second
referendum on the ballot was un-
sound.
According to Coleman, Book-
binder never challenge the first
referendum on the ballot since it
please see COUNCIL, page 7
By KRISTINA SCALA
The Moorestown Sun
The building blocks were laid
in April of 2011. They formed a
committee, held meetings and
even gathered volunteers to par-
ticipate, but they needed to take it
further.
It Takes a Village New Jersey
(ITAVNJ) is slowly expanding its
helping capacity after receiving
insurance allowing volunteers to
drive its clients to doctors visits,
physical therapy and even the
local library.
Moorestown residents Irv and
Trudi Herman started ITAVNJ as
volunteer run, non-profit organi-
zation to aid residents of the
Burlington County area. Mem-
bers of the ITAV help the elderly
and disabled and are now looking
into aiding veterans who are com-
ing home.
Trudi Herman, recording sec-
retary for ITAV, mentioned that
the organization is willing to aid
anyone who needs it, but they
must be evaluated before they can
officially become a client.
The organization can reach
clients in Moorestown, Mount
Laurel, Cinnaminson, Delran and
Maple Shade.
Volunteers are trained during
orientation sessions to help vari-
ous kinds of clients. According to
Herman, each volunteer must
complete one session before they
can physically assist clients.
While most people take everyday
chores, such as laundry, grocery
shopping and taking out the
trash, for granted, the ITAV vol-
unteers are there assisting the
elderly and disabled who are un-
able to perform certain tasks.
According to ITAVs website,
volunteers will perform tasks
such as shop for groceries, run er-
rands, visit and provide compan-
ionship, offer a brief break for
family care-givers and call mem-
bers to chat.
They have to ask for help,
Herman said.
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DivorceCare for Kids pro-
gram for children (ages 5-12) of
families experiencing divorce and
separation will be held on
Wednesdays at First United
Methodist Church of
Moorestown at 6:30 p.m. from
Sept. 5 to Dec. 19. The church is
located at 446 Camden Avenue in
Moorestown.
DC4K features fun games and
activities along with DVD dramas
about real-life situations of chil-
dren in divorce and points chil-
dren to the Bible and Jesus Christ
as their source of healing.
Topics include learning about
what is happening to my family;
facing my anger; how to deal with
my sadness; who's to blame; deal-
ing with loneliness; talking to my
parents; and moving on, growing
up and growing closer to God.
DivorceCare for adults will
be meeting concurrently, but in a
different room at the church.
For more information regard-
ing either of these two-hour pro-
grams, call Karen Murray, direc-
tor of Christian Education &
Community Life, at (856) 222-1120.
Registration is required for both
of these free programs.
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you have any questions or would
like more information. Free
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T
he news from July wasnt great
for Atlantic City: another big
loss in casino win money from
the same month last year.
But, all is not lost, and August prom-
ised to be a bit better because we avoid-
ed a tropical storm, unlike last year.
The state reported that casino rev-
enue was down 9.5 percent from July
2011. That includes a lost weekend
(2011 had five weekends).
But comparing year-over-year data
might not be all that relevant to At-
lantic Citys future. Big wins or loss-
es on the part of high-rolling gam-
blers can make a difference. And the
citys fate really doesnt lie in the
hands of a hot weekend here and
there.
Atlantic Citys future depends on be-
coming a vacation destination for peo-
ple who not only like to gamble, but
also enjoy fine dining, entertainment,
nightlife and more.
The days of relying on busloads of
gamblers from surrounding states to
pay the bills are over. Those buses now
stop at casinos that are located much
closer to the gambers homes. Atlantic
City casinos have registered losses
ever since Pennsylvania opened its
casinos almost six years ago. Pennsyl-
vania gamblers, quite naturally, are
staying closer to home. At least those
who just want to spend a few hours in
front of a slot machine.
Atlantic Citys future is more closely
tied to new ventures, such as the Revel,
which is touting itself as something
much more than just a gambling hall.
That casino is seeing revenue growth.
Maybe not as much or as quickly as all
would like, but, nonetheless, it is grow-
ing.
Atlantic City has to reinvent itself
and thats not an impossible task. It
has to become the East Coast version
off Las Vegas something so grand, so
spectacular that people bypass their
local gambling establishment to expe-
rience something special.
Its on its way. But it wont get there
overnight.
in our opinion
Nothing to revel about
But we like Atlantic Citys efforts to be more than a slot machine parlor
AC might finally get it
Sure the July casino revenue numbers
were down. But a new marketing cam-
paign and other efforts seem to indi-
cate that Atlantic City finally realizes it
has to be something other than a col-
lection of gambling halls.
When the Riversharks contacted Town-
ship Clerk Patricia Hunt to invite
Moorestown to participate in Moorestown
Night, she just couldnt say no. This is an
opportunity to bring the entire community
together for some good old-fashioned fun
baseball!
Hunt indicated that once Mayor John
Button and Township Manager Scott
Carew put their stamp of approval on the
night, after learning there was no cost to
the township, she called Superintendent
Brian Betze to make sure Back to School
Night wasnt scheduled on Sept. 20.
After receiving approval and clearing
every parents schedule from Back to
School Night, she organized the
Moorestown Night Committee, which is
comprised of six ladies who work in Town
Hall (Hunt, Karen Maltbie, Rhunette
Lovelace, Dorothy Samartino, Tracey
Ballinghoff and Cindi Mitman). In addi-
tion, Moorestown Education Association
(MEA) President Lisa Tripani picked up
the torch and will be promoting the event
throughout the schools.
These ladies went to work organizing
the event and feel they a have night of fun
for all ages lined up. Upon entering the
ballpark, attendees will be proudly greeted
by Moorestown Fire, EMS and Police staff
and vehicles. All will be available to talk
with and receive important information
from. Once in the park, the games will
begin. At approximately 6:20 p.m., pre-
game activities will be happening on the
field. The Moorestown Theater Company
will be performing musical numbers pro-
moting their upcoming fall productions
42nd Street and Annie Warbucks. The
Moorestown Schools will have on-field per-
formances by its cheerleaders, dance squad
and band. A dunk tank, face painting and a
balloon artist are also planned for the
evening. The Moorestown ministerium is
also participating in the night. The game
will be opened with the National An-
them performed by soloist, Sister Carol
Jones from the Second Baptist Church of
Moorestown. Hold onto your seats as But-
ton throws out the first pitch of the
evening. In between innings, the fans will
be entertained by other local entertain-
ment such as a tug-of-war competition by
local leaders in the community and
schools. Also during pre-game activities
and in between innings, attendees are en-
couraged to visit the vendors tables, which
will be manned, by local businesses and or-
ganizations.
One of the greatest highlights of the
evening, according to Samartino,
Moorestown tax collector and breast can-
cer survivor, is that she is being honored
and funds are being raised to help her in
her first-time participation in the Susan G.
Komen 3-Day Walk in the fall.
Township, Riversharks partner for Moorestown Night
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was seen as a legal action taken
by the township to approve liquor
sales in Moorestown.
Judge Bookbinder was clear
in his decision that question
number one was legal and bind-
ing . . . There was never any ques-
tion or the intent to challenge
question number one, Coleman
said.
Moorestown resident Roger
Voyell was concerned the coun-
cils discussion regarding the liti-
gation would not reach the public.
He requested the council to recon-
sider going into closed session
and to discuss only the neces-
sary questions behind closed
doors.
I am sure all of the residents
would like to know what the im-
plications are for the township.
Does that mean we are a wet town
with no liquor licenses? Does it
mean that we have to go back to a
referendum?, Voyell said.
Coleman explained to Voyell
his intended action for the meet-
ing was to discuss the ongoing lit-
igation; the implication of the liti-
gation, and action the council
could possibly take.
Mayor John Button anticipated
the council would not take any
form of action until all facts are
discussed among the council.
Council members spent approxi-
mately one hour in the confer-
ence room discussing possible so-
lutions and a next step for the
town.
Coleman was to work with
township manager Scott Carew to
come up with a solution to pres-
ent to the council and public dur-
ing the meeting on Monday.
Coleman mentioned that
PREIT is possibly preparing a
motion to reconsider Book-
binders decision.
We want to resolve this ques-
tion in the fairest possible way,
Button said.
Visit moorestownsun.com for
an update on the councils deci-
sion during the Monday night
meeting.
COUNCIL
Continued from page 1
Council, residents discuss issue
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WEDNESDAY SEPT. 12
Open Space Committee meeting:
North Church Rec Center, 11 West
Second St. 7:30 p.m.
Tree Planting and Preservation
Committee meeting: Star Center
at Moorestown High School 7 p.m.
Divorce Support Group: First Unit-
ed Methodist Church, Camden
and Pleasant Valley Ave. 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. Visit www.meetwith-
god.com or call 235-0450 for
more information.
Overeaters Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 10 a.m. Call (609)
239-0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
Wednesday Evening Meditations:
Center for Conscious Living, 302
N. Washington St., Suite 101E,
5:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Call (856)
722-LOVE for information.
Childrens story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m.
Call 608-1904 for information.
THURSDAY SEPT. 13
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 115 West Main St. next
to Peter Pan. 6:30 p.m.
FRIDAY SEPT. 14
AARP bowling group: Laurel
Lanes, Rte. 73 in Maple Shade.
Call 778-7467 for information.
Teen Night: Church Street Rec Cen-
ter. 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Childrens story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m.
Call 608-1904 for information.
Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Moorestown Library. 9:30 and
1:30 p.m. Call 234-0333 to regis-
ter.
SUNDAY SEPT. 16
Sunday Worship: HOPE Community
Church. 10:30 a.m. Call 235-8077
or visit www.hope-ccm.org.
Maranatha Christian Fellowship
services: 802 N. Lenola Rd. 8:30
or 10:30 a.m.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop:
Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1 to 4
p.m. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Center for Conscious Living Sun-
day Service: Moorestown Com-
munity House. 10 a.m.
Main Street Kids LIVE: HOPE Com-
munity Church. 10:29 a.m. Ages 4
to 12. Call 235-8077 or visit
www.hope-ccm.org.
MONDAY SEPT. 17
Overeaters Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 7:30 p.m. Call (609)
239-0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
TUESDAY SEPT. 18
Boundary Creek Park Clean-Up:
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Spon-
sored by the Burlington County
Board of Chosen Freeholders and
Eastern Mountain Sports. For
more information, visit
www.moorestown.nj.us.
Zoning Board of Adjustment
meeting: William Allen Middle
School. 7:30 p.m.
Maple Shade Womens Club meet-
ing: Maple Shade Municipal Build-
ing. 7:15 p.m.
Toastmasters: Noon. Contact Dave
Balinski at dlbalinski@yahoo.com
or 380-4701.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Library: Smith Cadbury Mansion.
1 to 4 p.m. For more information
visit www.moorestown.com/his-
tory.
Evergreen Senior Womens Club:
New Albany Recreation Center.
Noon to 3 p.m. Call 662-8752 or
235-0912 ext. 3026 for informa-
tion.
Mens Senior Citizen Club: New
Albany Recreation. Center 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Call 866-9155 for infor-
mation.
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Without asking for help ITAV
would not have any clients, but
they are always looking for volun-
teers.
Herman said the organization
is looking for a younger crowd. So
far, ITAV has volunteers ranging
from 40 to 70 years old.
Herman and her husband, Irv,
continue to go to the Laurel Acres
Park in Mount Laurel to try and
find a younger crowd who can
perform task such as grocery
shopping and carry heavy loads.
Herman said by getting younger
people involved it will keep the or-
ganization going.
You have to get younger peo-
ple and people that are enthused,
Herman said.
The next ITAV meeting is on
Tuesday Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. in the
Moorestown Library. For more
information about the organiza-
tion, visit www.itavnj.org or call
(856) 396-5783.
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Continued from page 3
Next meeting is Oct. 16
William H. Weaver III
Aug. 29, 2012
William Bill H. Weaver III,
74, died on Aug. 29, 2012. He was
from LeisureTowne and formerly
of Moorestown.
He was the husband of 54 years
of Patricia Mary (nee Young); fa-
ther of Michael (Rose) Weaver of
Moorestown, William H. IV.
(Eileen) Weaver of Mt. Laurel,
Pamela (Michael) Wenstrom of
Little Egg Harbor; grandfather of
Michael and Keri Weaver,
Christopher and Ryan Weaver,
and Courtney and Michelle Wen-
strom; brother of Robert Weaver
of Crossville, Tenn.
A memorial service was held
on Sept. 1 at the Lewis Funeral
Home, 78 E. Main St.
Moorestown. Interment was pri-
vate.
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Queen in the NJ Junior pre-teen
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She was invited to participate
in the National American Miss
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Thanksgiving week. She also won
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two passes to Disneyland. She
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tary has surpassed that of the
civilian population, and it has
steadily increased since that
time.
With National Suicide Preven-
tion Week approaching, we are
proud to increase awareness and
assist more people who are in dis-
tress, especially our veterans,
who reach out and call for help,
said Theresa Tobey, Executive Di-
rector of CONTACT.
What you need to know about
suicide:
Suicide occurs across eth-
nic, economic, social and age
boundaries.
Suicide is the 10th leading
cause of death.
There is a relationship be-
tween depression and suicide; the
risk of suicide is increased by
more than 50 percent in de-
pressed individuals.
The vast majority of indi-
viduals who are suicidal often
display cues and warning signs.
Being aware of the signs of
someone who may be depressed
and knowing who to contact for
help are two important ways to
help prevent tragedies.
For CONTACTs 24/7 helplines
and referral services call (856)
234-8888 or (866) 234-5006, or visit
www.contactburlco.org. Or, call
the National Suicide Prevention
Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK.
To volunteer on CONTACTS
24/7 crisis helplines, call 856-234-
5484 x101. No experience is neces-
sary. Training classes are form-
ing now for October.
CONTACT suicide prevention
mission extended to veterans
Pet Friends Grief
support for pet owners
(800) 404-7387
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The Burlington County Health
Department will kick off its sea-
sonal flu campaign beginning
with two immunization clinics on
Monday, Sept. 17, and residents
will have the added convenience
of being able to schedule appoint-
ments online, Freeholder Mary
Ann OBrien announced recently.
These first two clinics will be
held from 1 to 4 p.m. at both
Burlington Center and
Moorestown Malls. There will be
no charge for those with Medicare
Part B as their primary insur-
ance. A donation of $15 for season-
al flu vaccine is recommended by
those not covered by Medicare, if
residents can afford it.
The Health Department advis-
es residents they can schedule
their flu shots by visiting the de-
partments website at
www.co.burlington.nj.us/health.
Residents who have scheduled
their appointment online, and
who bring the printed and com-
pleted consent form can be fast-
tracked through the clinic. Walk-
ins are still welcome and encour-
aged; however, the process may
take longer.
The clinics are scheduled at
various locations throughout the
County over the next two
months, OBrien said. I hope
and believe that we have done
everything humanly possible to
make this convenient for all resi-
dents.
Both the traditional seasonal
flu vaccine and pneumonia vac-
cine will be offered at all of the
other clinics. Again, Medicare
Part B can be accepted to cover
the cost for seasonal flu and pneu-
monia vaccines. A donation of
$15 for seasonal flu vaccine and
$25 for pneumo is recommended
by those not covered by Medicare
if residents can afford it.
Those who have Medicare cov-
erage and belong to a managed
care plan or HMO, should go to
their regular health care
providers to receive immuniza-
tions.
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County health department kicks
off flu campaign on Sept. 17
The South Jersey National Or-
ganization for Women-Alice Paul
Chapter will meet on Wednesday,
Sept 12 at 7 p.m. in the First Bap-
tist Church on 19 West Main
Street, Moorestown.
Our speaker this month will be
Margaret Chapman, candidate
for the First Congressional Dis-
trict of NJ. Program includes an-
nouncements, refreshments, and
letter writing.
Meetings are open to members
and non-members. Meetings take
place the second Wednesday of
the month.
Womens group
meets Sept. 12
Moorestown School of Music is
offering free demo music classes
for piano, violin and cello. The
demo is open for children 4 years
old and up.
Dates for the demos are on
Wednesday, Sept. 12, at 9:30 a.m.
and Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 10:30
a.m.
To register call (856) 235-7565.
Sign up for free
demo music classes
I cannot tell you how honored
I feel that my friends and co-work-
ers would use this opportunity to
show their support for me and ul-
timately all those fighting breast
cancer today and in the future,
said Samartino. This has been
an overwhelming experience. Its
rather miraculous how some-
thing so good can result from
something so terrifying. I feel
truly blessed.
The Moorestown Education
Association (MEA) bestowed a
$1,000 grant to Samartino/SGK.
The Moorestown Night Commit-
tee used the money to have t-
shirts made for Moorestown
Night. All proceeds from the sale
of the t-shirts will go toward
Samartinos walk and SGK.
It is the committees dream to
see a sea of pink in the stadium
on Sept. 20.
It has been a blessing for me
to see Dorothy take this journey
as we know the power of prayer
through God has been our source
of strength. To see the outpour-
ing of participation and support
by the residents in the stands will
be so powerful and heartwarming
to Dorothy, Lovelace said, who
works closely with Samartino in
the tax office. So we are really
hopeful that the story gets out
and everyone in town plans on
going to the game. Pink logo t-
shirts ($8) and hats ($15) can be
purchased in Town Hall and at
the library during normal
hours.
The Moorestown Night Com-
mittee wants to also give back to
the community through this
event. So, it is donating fifty tick-
ets (paid for through private spon-
sors) to families that may not be
able to afford a family night out at
this time. In addition, it will also
be providing transportation to
the stadium for those who do not
have transportation. Two buses
will be loading at 5 p.m. at the
Moorestown Library. The cost to
ride the bus, which has been
sponsored by a private donor, is $2
per person. Everyone taking the
bus must sign up now and pay $2.
There is room for 100 people on a
first-come, first-served basis. You
can sign up for the bus at the
Moorestown Library or at Town
Hall. The bus will begin loading
at 5 p.m. and will be leaving
promptly at 5:15 p.m. Mitman of
the Moorestown Night Commit-
tee hopes that kids (that do not
need a chaperone), senior citizens
or anyone who wants to hop the
bus will take advantage of this
transportation.
Everyones heard of the annual
Moorestown Day. Now theres a
Moorestown Night. So mark your
calendars to attend Moorestown
Night on Thursday, Sept. 20, and
order your tickets online now. Go
to www.riversharks.com and
click on Enter Code Here and
type in Moorestown. Tickets for
the event is are $7. If you wish to
contribute to Dorothys walk and
SGK (type in SKG), the tickets
are $11 ($5 which will be given
back by the Riversharks to
Dorothy for her walk).
Maltbie and Ballinghoff are
hoping the night is a great suc-
cess and this will be the first an-
nual Moorestown Night and
each year they can find a worthy
cause to support.
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Special to The Sun
The Moorestown
Boys U-11 Magic
Soccer Team
took second
place in the Gold
Division of the
Moorestown
Labor Day Soc-
cer Tournament.
The boys tied for
first place with
two wins, one
draw and no
losses. The team
lost out on the
first place tro-
phy due to a tie-
breaking criteri-
um.
Magic Soccer Team takes second
SEPTEMBER 12-18, 2012 THE MOORESTOWN SUN 15
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856-642-8700 www.longandfoster.com
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Erin Blank
Salesperson, ASP
www.ErinBlank.com
Direct: 856.642.8046
751 Riverton Rd, Moorestown $1,650,000
"The Collins Estate"--Georgian Colonial--5 or 6 brs 5.5 baths. Fully renovated t/o &on 3.39 acres. All
baths remodeled, Newkit by "Apple" &Craig Lord. Top of the line apps, granite, Tedd cabinetry, new
bamboo flrs. 1500 sq.ft 2 story addition w/ coffered ceiling, 2nd flr theater w/ tiered seating. 3 f/ps,
Ramsey Built-ins., 5 zone ht &AC, Garage Tek 3 bay garage, 3rd flr walk up attic w/ wndws &par-
tially fin bsmnt. Potential AuPair Suite w/ private entrance. Go to: www.751RivertonRoad.com.
5 W Oak Ave, Moorestown $629,000
5 Beds, 4.5 baths-Charming Victorian nestled on private deep lot w/ pool, gar-
dens & "in town" location. Updated kit w/ ss apps, granite, gas cooking, &
pantry. Formal LR w/ gas burning FP, formal DR, custom Built-Ins. Generous
Bedrooms, detached gar, bsmnt, paver patio & expanded driveway. New hi-eff-
icency gas furnace, newer AC system. Move-in ready! www.5WOakAve.com
24 E Maple Ave, Moorestown $624,900
Nestled on one of the best streets, 3 bed/2.5 fully renovated home lends itself to both comfortable
everyday living & formal entertainment. Interior boasts open living area, hardwoods, beamed &
vaulted ceilings & floor to ceiling windows overlooking green lawn. Modifications by Craig Lord
such as an expanded 2nd flr & dormer additions, "Carrie Bradshaw" walk in closet & custom cabi-
netry by David Ramsey in Den. Gourmet Apple Kit, New Roof & AC (2011) & new electric box.
Lush Gardens, flagstone patio, brick patio, 1.5 car garage, full basement. www.24EMapleAve.com
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4 br, 4.5 ba Danley/Maines home in Mechling Park. Extensive architectural moldings,
flr to ceiling wndws, kit w/ cntr isle, granite, 6 burner gas cooking, dble ovens & Brkfst
Rm. FR has cofferred ceiling, French drs & gas f/p. Potential Au-pair or In-law ste,
Mstr-en-Ste w/ closet. Additional brs have bas. Walk-up 3rd Flr, fin Bsmnt w/ Stairs
to Gar. 3 car gar, patios, yard & landscaping. Go to www.800LovelandRd.com.
Erin Blank
Salesperson, ASP
www.ErinBlank.com
Direct: 856.642.8046
7 Heather Ln, Moorestown
Private cul-de-sac in Moorestown Hunt, Cornell offers 4 brs, 4.5 bas. 2 story foyer &
strcse. LR opens through French Drs to DR w/ bay wind, crown moldings & flrs. Eat in
kit w/ brkfst bar opens to 2 story FRw/ f/p &back strcse. Mstr BR-en-Ste features sitting
area & closet/office/workout. BRs are painted in neutral colors. 1st flr study w/ French
drs, &fin bsmnt w/ ba, bar &3 car gar. Newly painted deck w/ pool, patio &fenced yard.
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Order tickets to AARP
lasagna dinner
Moorestown AARP Chapter
2143 is hosting a lasagna dinner
event on Friday, Oct. 19 from 5 to 7
p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church on Camden and Pleasant
Valley Road.
Deadline to order tickets in
Oct. 12.
The price for tickets is $10 for
adults and $5 for children under
10 years old. To order tickets call
(856) 235-0235
Moorestown DeCafe
opens season Sept. 28
The Moorestown DeCafe opens
its 20th season with The Fabulous
Shpielkes on Friday, Sept. 28 at
8:15 p.m. An internationally
renowned, award-winning
Klezmer music group, the Sh-
pielkes features the mother-
daughter team of Elaine Hoffman
Watts and Susan Watts, descen-
dants of Philadelphia's promi-
nent Hoffman family musical dy-
nasty. Join us for their unique
and upbeat style of this Jewish
"folk music" from Eastern Eu-
rope. The duo is internationally
celebrated for their musical skill,
ingenuity and cultural knowl-
edge.
DeCafe provides a warm coffee-
house environment for great
music in an intimate setting sur-
rounded by art. Perkins Center
for the Arts is located on 395
Kings Highway. Doors open 7:30
pm and the concert starts at 8:15
pm. Tickets are $20 per person.
The ticket price includes coffee,
tea and treats. To purchase tick-
ets, call (856) 235-6488 or visit
www.perkinscenter.org.
Auxiliary Care to
sponsor Oktoberfest
The Auxiliary Care at
Moorestown sponsors Oktober-
fest on Saturday, Oct 13.
Dinner seating times are 4
p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. in the
Lutheran Care at Moorestown So-
cial Hall located on 255 East Main
Street.
Bring the whole family and
join us for an Oktoberfest celebra-
tion. Proceeds go directly to bene-
fit the residents of Lutheran Care
at Moorestown, a skilled nursing
and assisted living facility. Tick-
ets are $12 for adults and $6 for
children. Call (856) 235-1214 to
purchase tickets or visit
www/lsmnj.org for more info.
De-stress with
workshop on Oct. 4
Stressed out? Soothing calm
instantly using hypnotic Quick
Cure. Attend this interactive
workshop on Hypnosis Quick
Cure for everyday stress as well
as phobias and panic on Thurs-
day, Oct. 4, from 7 to 8 p.m. at
Boscovs on Route 38 and Lenola
Road in Moorestown.
A National Board Certified
Clinical Hypnotherapist from the
Anxiety Control Center will teach
the 60 second method for stress
reduction. This system combines
the most effective techniques
from Neuro-Linguistic Program-
ming, self-hypnosis, cognitive and
behavioral therapy. Problems
such as, exhaustion, self-doubt,
procrastination, anger and health
problems respond immediately to
this system. An optional book,
Stress Relief in Ten Minutes or
Less will be available.
Audrey Sussman, PhD, LCSW,
NBCCH, hypnotherapist, and
Tish Schuman, LPC, CMH, NCC,
hypnotherapist, from the Anxiety
Control Center in Cherry Hill,
will host the workshop. The work-
shop is free but registration is re-
quired. To register for the work-
shop, call (856) 751-9446.
briefs
Statewide Domestic
Violence Hotline
(800) 572-7233
PSA
Paul Canton III
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8745
319 East Central Ave, Moorestown $465,000
Desirable location within blocks of Moorestown Elementary, Middle, & High Schools
in heart of old Moorestown. One block away from new Zelley Park playground & walk-
ing distance to town center. Nice floor plan w/ updated Kitchen open to Dining space.
Double glass doors draw you from Great Room to Outdoor Living on Brick Patio look-
ing out onto wooded huge back yard. You have to see this charming colonial!
14 East Third St, Moorestown $575,000
Own a townhome in this quaint enclave within walking
distance of all the restaurants and shops on Main
Street. A slice of Society Hill living. Only one unit is left
for complete customization. Call right away for more
information.
501A Camden Ave, Moorestown $245,000
This mature half acre lot is located within walking
distance of Perkins Center for the Arts and downtown
Moorestown. Buy it and build your own home, or
engage Canton Custom Homes to build one for you.
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Direct: 856.642.8031
Lorie Benardella
Sales Associate
Cell: 609.315.8067
101 Augusta Dr, Moorestown $699,999
Located in Laurel Creek Country Club. Entryway invites you to 2 stry entry.
Million dollar views, nestles up to 7th hole. Flr to ceiling 2 sided gas fp. Custom cbntry in MBR, library
& more. 1st flr mstr ste w/his & hers walk-in closets. Conservatory stretches out over paver patio.
Open flr plan. Artist painted walls. Kit has neutral granite countertops w/break nook. Recessed dimmer
lighting t/o. Bsmnt features high 9 ceiling. Panoramic views across pond to 7th green. Location!
Frank Cawley
Sales Associate
www.FC@LNF.com
Direct: 856.266.6663
3 new lot listings in Moorestown
Prices starting at $330,000!
All lots are 1.5 acres and located in a great
neighborhood close to schools and shopping.
Call Lorie Benardella direct for details
at 609-315-8067.
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Perfect for those transitioning/downsizing. One of the finest properties in the
prestigious 55+ community of The Glen at Masons Creek; this house has 3 bed-
rooms and 3 full baths, open floor plan, large master suite with 3 closets and a
great loft area for office or hosting guests. Great kitchen and family room.
Tastefully decorated with neutral colors. Call to see.
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Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
6 Murray Rd, Moorestown $709,000
Moorestown Hunt. Philmont model w/ 5 Bdrm3 full & 2.5 ba home has NEWGAR DRS & FRONT DR. Foyer w/
h/w flr t/o 1st flr, wrought iron strcse & moldings, newer carpet, fresh paint neutral decor. 2 story FR w/ FP &
shutters, adjoins kit, w/ 42" cabinets, cntr isle & double ovens. NEWGRANITE, BACKSPLASH & COOK TOP w/
SINK. Office has new cabinetry. Mstr ste, w/ walk-in closet. 4 bdrms w/ jack & jill bas & princess ste w/ ba. Fin
bsmt has wet bar, play area, half ba, excercise rm, WINE CELLAR. New hw htr. Call Mary Ellen 856 904-7086.
Mary Ellen Gould
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.904.7086
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33 Cove Rd, Moorestown $1,499,000
6 Bedroom, 5.5 Bath Mini Estate on 2 Beautiful Acres. Salt water pool with expan-
sive paver patio, tennis/basketball court, 3 fireplaces, kitchen with Wolf commer-
cial stove, sub-zero refrigerator, and granite countertops. Full finished basement
with second family room, entertainment room with built-in bar, exercise room,
and game room. An amazing property - don't miss this opportunity!
132 E. Oak Ave, Moorestown $774,900
This 109 year old home has all the charm, moldings, and archi-
tecture of its period but has been updated for the family of the
21st century. Central air, 5 bedrooms 2/1 baths, wonderful large
family room, hardwood floors throughout and granite and
upscale appliances in the kitchen.
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673 Mill St, Moorestown $599,900
Over 3,000 sq feet of living space offering 5 large bedroom,
all updated baths , hardwood floors, sunroom, newer
Anderson Windows, newer 30 year roof, 2 car garage, fin-
ished basement, and Amazing location! Call Joan DeLaney
direct for additional information at: 856-266-0588.
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1 Fullerton Rd, Moorestown $1,070,000
This remarkable 6 bedroom home is located in the wonderful neighborhood of Northwest
Estates. Warm & inviting, offering 4 fireplaces, large updated kitchen with granite, Decor,
Subzero appliances and Woodmode cabinets, a master bedroom suite with fireplace, front
and back staircases, finished 3rd floor gameroom, amazing backyard with built-in pool
and a screened in porch. This is a property you do not want to miss!
706 Walnut St., Palmyra $189,000
Curb appeal and location! This beautifully maintained 4 bed-
room, 2 bath cape is as charming as it gets! Pristine hardwood
floors, gas fireplace, screened-in porch, large fenced in back
yard, 2 car detached garage, irrigation system, newer roof and
full basement make this home a very special offering.
452 E 3rd St, Moorestown $299,000
Wonderful Huge Home located on a large lot. Front and Back Staircases. Roof 2002,
Furnace and Water Heater 2005, Kitchen Remodeled, Large Rooms, French Doors,
Pocket Doors, 1st Floor Laundry, 2 Family Rooms, Built-In Pool, Master BR offers 3
Rooms and a Full Bath, a walk-up third floor is great for storage or ready for new
owner to finish. Large double driveway, walk to town, park, schools.
Ashley Ct, Moorestown $499,900 $599,000
One 1.51 acre lot and one 2.01 acre lot in the wonder-
ful Stanwick Glen neighborhood. Beautiful and private
cul-de-sac location. Public water and sewer. Build your
Dream House. Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at
856-266-0588.
8 Leeds Rd, Moorestown $1,995,000
Finely appointed Georgian Colonial in NW Estates offers 6 brs, 4 full & 3 half baths on 1.2
acres. 10 ceilings, plaster moldings, h/w floors, chefs kit, marble keystones & thresh
holds, custom cabinetry, pro grade apps, 4 f/p, 3 car gar, French drs, patios, balcony,
5 zone HVAC, fin bsmnt, irrig syst the list goes on & on! Paul Canton built home. No
detail overlooked. For additional information call Joan DeLaney Direct at 856-266-0588.
236 S Church, Moorestown $299,000
The charm of days gone by but w/ all the modern amenities you hope for.
Sit on front porch & watch the world go by, take a short walk to Memorial
Field or stroll down-town for dinner or shopping. Newer kit, h/w flrs, large
yard, wraparound front porch, huge DR & abundant character. This home
is move in ready. Location, price & charm perfect combination!
611 Thomas Ave, Riverton $249,900
4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home in lovely Historic Riverton. Undeniable charm starts
with the front porch that was redone in 2011 and continues inside with a beauti-
ful living room with hardwood floors and woodburning fireplace. All bedrooms
and baths are fresh, beautiful and move-in ready. The 4th bedroom is located on
the 3rd floor and is just adorable. Don't miss the opportunity to call this home!
4 Kendles Run, Moorestown $799,900
Exceptional Maines built home offering 5 bedrooms, 4 full, and 2 half baths. 4 fireplaces,
hardwood floors, huge 2nd floor master suite and dining room additions, first floor bed-
room with full bath and sitting room, family room addition with brick floor and lovely large
sun room overlooking beautiful 1 acre property with 2 ponds and waterfall. This is a must
see home. For additional information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
776 Riverton Road $999,900
Exquisite at every turn offering exceptional indoor & outdoor lifestyle! 4 brs,
3/1 bas, 10' first flr ceilings, 9' 2nd flr ceilings, theater, fin bsmnt w/ wine cel-
lar capability, top of the line gourmet kit, large mstr ste w/ sitting area & bonus
room for den or exercise. Extensive trim detail, private paver patio, large back-
yard deck & lush landscaping. Don't miss this exceptional home!
112 Ramblewood Rd, Moorestown $499,000
If you are looking for a great neighborhood, great schools,
and a great home, look no further! This large 4 bedroom
home sits on a huge lot with a beautiful built-in pool, sun
drenched sun room, hardwood floors, stainless appli-
ances and granite countertops. Don't miss it!
1314 Broadwood Ave, Cinnaminson $329,900
5 Bedrooms, 3/1 Bathroom, 1st Floor In-Law Suite with Private
Entrance! Beautifully maintained colonial with a large backyard locat-
ed on a lovely tree lined street 2 blocks from the Riverton Country
Club. Roof and gutters new in 2011 and house freshly painted. Price,
Location and Condition make this a wonderful place to call home!
502B Trescott Pl, Mt Laurel $174,900
Spectacular 2 bedroom, 2 bath sun-drenched end unit condo sits
in the well manicured neighborhood of Laurel Creek and offers
numerous upgrades. Bright and airy with vaulted ceilings, a won-
derful family room loft with fireplace, deck, and new hardwood
flooring in the living room, dining room, hallways and landing.
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
Direct: 856.642.8742
Joan Delaney
Sales Associate
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Walls raised at Habitat house
The next meeting of the
Burlington County Republican
Women will be held on Sept. 13 at
6 p.m. at Uno Chicago Grill, Rt. 73,
located in Maple Shade.
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how women can get involved in
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upcoming elections.
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Republican
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comers and Neighbors Club
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Friday, Sept. 21 from 12 to 2 p.m.
in the Club Room at the
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Chester Avenue. Everyone,
whether new to the area or those
who have lived here for years, are
encouraged to attend.
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vide information about events
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year. The organization sponsors
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families.
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eon and it is open to all prospec-
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MOORESTOWN
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$259,900
MOORESTOWN
THE HESSIAN HOUSE
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MOORESTOWN
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Lovely brick 4 bedroom Colonial
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$539,000
MOORESTOWN
SUNSPLASHED CONDO
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MOORESTOWN
CHARMING CAPE
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MOORESTOWN
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Sited on over an acre in Northwest
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$229,000
MOORESTOWN
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MOORESTOWN
CHARM ON TREE-LINED STREET
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$525,000
MOORESTOWN
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HAINESPORT
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