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Moorestown High School Class of 2016 BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun A Moorestown High School Class of 2016

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A Moorestown High School Class of 2016 graduate shows off her hard-earned diploma at the MHS graduation last Wednesday. The former seniors enjoyed beautiful sunny weather at the MHS stadi- um where they were given hopeful speeches for the future, their diplomas and congratulations by loved ones. For more photos, please see page 12.

Looking back while moving forward

Moorestown High School valedictorians, salutatorian share thoughts on graduation

By BRIGIT BAUMA

The Sun

Moorestown Township Public Schools celebrated the graduates of the senior class of 2016 on Wednesday, June 22 at the MHS stadium. Three hundred and twenty seniors in caps and gowns took their final steps as high school students and began new steps to their next journey in life. On that day, students, adminis- trators, families and friends were addressed by valedictorians Jessi- ca Fan and Kelly Li and salutatori- an Dilan Trivedi, speaking of memories and giving hope and in- spiration to the class for the future. The Sun took some time to speak to Fan, Li and Trivedi prior to the graduation ceremony on graduating, their speeches, their future goals, memories and more. The Sun: How do you feel about graduating? Fan: It seems like I’m feeling a bit of everything – very excited, a little sad, greatly relieved, slight- ly overwhelmed, but at the same time numb. I still can’t quite be- lieve it’s happening so soon. I feel like once I graduate, I can finally

so soon. I feel like once I graduate, I can finally FAN LI just take a

FAN

so soon. I feel like once I graduate, I can finally FAN LI just take a

LI

just take a deep breath and relax, but I will definite- ly miss MHS. Li: A bit of a complicated combination of excitement, apprehension and sadness.

Definitely a bittersweet time of many "lasts," but with so many exciting "firsts" ahead of us. Trivedi: I am really excited to graduate, but it truly is a bitter- sweet moment. There is so much anticipation and joy of finally re-

moment. There is so much anticipation and joy of finally re- TRIVEDI please see GRADS, page

TRIVEDI

please see GRADS, page 22

and joy of finally re- TRIVEDI please see GRADS, page 22 INSIDE THIS ISSUE BOE meeting

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BOE meeting

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4 bedroom 2.5 Bath. Stunning home on 1 acres on a beautiful mature lot offering al-
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Pride of ownership shows in this beautiful home tucked away on a premium lot in Del-
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chair
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4 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — JUNE 29–JULY 5, 2016

BOE approves three-year technology plan for schools

By BRIGIT BAUMA

The Sun

At last week’s MTPS Board of Education meeting, the board was given an update on the dis- trict’s previous technology plan as well as its plan for the next three years. The plan is designed to improve the connection be- tween technology and learning in classrooms. The board unani- mously approved the 2016-2019 Technology Plan. “This is a road map for the fu- ture. It can be changed at any time,” Director of Instructional Technology Jeffrey Arey said. A technology plan is submitted to the state every three years, ac- cording to Arey. For Moorestown, a one-page rolling three-year plan has been used and updated since

2013. Now is the time to submit another three-year plan. The overarching goals of the plan are to support collaborative problem solving, engage students and improve their learning, pro- vide consistent and appropriate access to technology, and inte- grate technology with and within curricular programs. For the prior plan, things that have been worked on and utilized include: the use of Google class- room, installing LCD projectors for K-6, improving wired/wire- less network, adding the 1 to 1 lap- tops rolled out for grades seven to nine, having additional support staff and technology integration teachers, having a “help desk” at William Allen Middle School and Moorestown High School, and having professional development

around Google, smart boards and more. As for the new three-year Tech-

nology Plan, the plan for year one includes:

• Encouraging shifts to online

versions of software, e-textbooks and digital resources.

• Adding a 1-to-1 roll out for

grades 10 to 12 and Lenovo lap- tops to grade six.

• Hiring two additional full-

time staff to support increased technology. • Professional development:

Smart Doc cams, Discovery Edu- cation Streaming videos, Office

2016.

• Finishing wireless network upgrades at K-6 schools.

• Improving the school dis-

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in our opinion

Happy Fourth of July

A quick look at world news a reminder of how fortunate we Americans are

F rom all of us at The Sun to all of

our loyal readers, we wish you

the happiest and healthiest

Fourth of July. As rough as things may be at times in our country – our economy is still recovering, race is still an issue, and the Phillies can’t seem to win a base- ball game anymore – things could be a lot worse for us. A quick glance at the world around us reveals just how fortunate we are, as Americans, to have the freedoms we do. And let’s face it, these freedoms we often take for granted. Imagine, for just a moment, what it must be like to live in Syria. Imagine what it must be like to live in Iraq.

Independence Day 2016

We give thanks for all the liberties we have as Americans. We give thanks for the sacrifices our miliary continues to make. We give thanks that we are American.

Imagine what it must be like to live in some parts of Europe, where the constant threat of terrorism seems to be greater than it is here. We live in a nation where, despite our differences, we manage to co-exist peacefully for the most part. We live in a nation where our Con- gress and where the office of the presi- dent have functioned and survived for 227 years. We live in a nation where, for the

most part, we’re free to do as we please. This simply isn’t the case in many corners of the world. Today, we give thanks for the liber- ties won for us hundreds of years ago. We give thanks for the many women and men who have made incredible sacrifices to protect these freedoms in battle in countless places around the world. We remember their families who, like they, have also made sacrifices by saying goodbye so we can do things as simple as having a barbecue sometime this weekend. Finally, we give thanks for all that America is and stands for. It may not be perfect, but a quick glance of the news show: life could be much worse.

Moorestown property tax reward program possible

Residents could save money on property taxes by shopping at participating township businesses

By BRIGIT BAUMA

The Sun

Soon, a shopping trip at a local Moorestown business could earn you money toward your property taxes. A presentation made by Carmine Defal- co and Glenn Kaye of www.propertytax- card.com, a division of Fincredit Inc., piqued the interest of Moorestown Council at its meeting on Monday, June 20. The presentation was on a Property Tax Re- ward Program that businesses can partici- pate in and, when residents shop at those businesses with their reward card, they can receive credits toward their property tax. Council reacted positively to the pro- gram and a resolution to establish it is planned to come soon. “Your downtown (Main Street) is beauti- ful … This type of a town and environment would lend itself so well to this program

because a lot of these businesses are visu- al,” Kaye said. The Property Tax Reward Program has been in business for around five years. It is a program that townships establish where local businesses partner with the township and Defalco’s company to benefit both businesses and residents by increasing shopping at local businesses and giving residents a tax rebate for doing so. So far, there are 17 townships participat- ing in the program, and Defalco said they are expecting to exceed 25 townships this year. He said more than 500 businesses par- ticipate. “It has been very successful,” Defalco said. Voorhees has been using the program, calling it Shop Voorhees Property Tax Re- ward Program. According to Voorhees Mayor Michael Mignogna, more than 7,000 residents have participated in the program

and sales have exceeded $1.2 million, lead- ing to tax credits and rental reimburse- ments of more than $75,000 for residents. The township will issue cards to resi- dents. Residents will sign up for the pro- gram with their card and lot, and then they can shop at local participating businesses with the card for a rebate. As of now, the card would only be usable at the participat- ing township stores; if the township would like to make a partnership with another township that is using the program, that is something that would need to be agreed upon by both towns. The participating business will establish a percentage of sales to give back to cus- tomers who use the card as a credit toward their property taxes. Businesses can choose any percentage they wish. An ex- ample Defalco gave was someone spending

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JUNE 29–JULY 5, 2016

WEDNESDAY JUNE 29

Introduction to Inkspace: 7 p.m. at

the Moorestown Library. Inkspace is an alternative to Adobe Illus- trator. It is a flexible, professional vector graphics editor that allows users to create logos, illustrations and art. Basic mouse skills are required for this class. Registra- tion is required as space is very limited. To register call (856)

234-0333.

Burlington County Gardeners Association Rose presentation:

10:30 a.m. at the Burlington County Library, 5 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton. This Burlington County Gardeners Association and West Jersey Rose Society presentation will focus on the many rose varieties available, how to select a rose, planning and preparing the planting site, and taking care of the roses. A num- ber of rose products will be brought and discussed, and a number of rose-related handouts will be available for everyone in attendance. Questions will be answered. This program is free and open to the public. For more, visit burlcogardeners.com.

Divorce Support Group: 6:30 to

8:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, Camden and Pleasant Valley avenues. Visit www.meetwithgod.com or call 235-0450 for more information and check current course sched- ule. Children’s story time: 11 a.m. at Barnes and Noble, East Gate Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for information.

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Overeater’s Anonymous meeting:

10 a.m. at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 318 Chester Ave. 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 19 W. Main St. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit www.oa-southjersey.org for infor- mation.

Bethel African Methodist Episco-

pal Church: Pastor’s Bible Study at 6:30 p.m. 512 N. Church St., Moorestown.

First Church of Christ, Scientist,

Moorestown: Testimonial meet- ing 7:30 p.m. 420 Kings Highway, Moorestown.

THURSDAY JUNE 30

Moorestown Running Company Speed Night group run: 6:30 p.m. Meet at Moorestown Run- ning Company, 115 W. Main St. Questions, email joe.halin@run- ningco.com.

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Club

of Moorestown

meeting: 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. at Moorestown Community House, 16 E. Main St. Fellowship, lunch and guest speaker presentation. For more information, visit www.moorestownrotary.org.

Trinity Episcopal Church Mid-Week

Service: Holy Eucharist and Heal- ing Service at 10 a.m. 207 W. Main

St., Moorestown.

FRIDAY JULY 1

Children’s story time: 11 a.m. at Barnes and Noble, East Gate Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for information. Al-Anon meeting: 8:30 p.m. at Trini- ty Episcopal Church, Main and Church streets. Closed meeting. For more information, visit www.southjerseyal-anon-org.

SATURDAY JULY 2

Learn to take better pictures: 10

a.m. at the Moorestown Library. Would you like to take better pic- tures? Join in on Saturdays for a four-part basic photography workshop with Dave Gupta. This Saturday will be about special sit- uations and editing, such as for fireworks, landscapes, motion, black and white, and night pic- tures. Space is limited. Register by calling (856) 234-0333.

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BOE appoints two new members

The Moorestown Board of Edu- cation announced the appoint- ment of two Board of Education members, Dimitri Schneiberg and Dr. Sandra Alberti. Schneiberg was sworn in at the public BOE meeting on June 21, and Alberti was sworn in by Lynn Shugars, board secretary and business administrator, wit- nessed by Kathy Goldenberg, at the Moorestown Township Public Schools Administration Building on June 22. Their terms start im- mediately and will expire as the newly elected board members are sworn in on Jan. 3, 2017. Schneiberg has three children attending MTPS in September. He has worked in the field of adult education for 20 years. Schneiberg is an owner and man- aging director of LearnQuest, a global provider of IT training. Schneiberg has also been in- volved in volunteering for Moorestown Township commit- tees and local non-profit organiza- tions. Alberti has been a resident of Moorestown for 18 years and cur- rently has two children who both attend MTPS. She has dedicated the past 24 years of her profes- sional career to education. Alber- ti currently works for Student Achievement Partners, Inc., a non-profit organization. She has also worked at the state Depart- ment of Education as well as other administrative roles within districts of southern New Jersey. Please help extend a warm wel- come to Alberti and Schneiberg to the Moorestown BOE.

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Fourth of July Parade welcomes participants

Moorestown’s Fourth of July Committee would like to remind everyone that it is going to have the parade again this year, unless a storm threatens the town, which will cancel the parade. The committee would like to invite all of Moorestown’s civic groups, such as the Garden Club, Historical Society of Moorestown, Moorestown Im- provement Association, STEM, etc., to march with your group in the parade. The committee would also like to invite custom vehicle owners to drive your car or truck in the parade.

There’s a special place in the parade for our heroes; our mili- tary veterans, active and former, to ride on the Veteran’s Float. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Fourth of July parade without the chil- dren’s decorated bicycles, scoot- ers and wagons. If you intend to be in the pa- rade, please be at the staging area of Chester and Central Avenue by 11:30 a.m. on July 4 so the commit- tee has time to get the parade in proper order. Step off is at noon. For more information, to par- ticipate in the parade or to do- nate, visit moorestown4thjuly.org.

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Fireworks to light up the night

Plenty of fireworks displays planned throughout the region

Free fireworks displays abound in South Jersey this Fourth of July. See below for a list of fire- works displays throughout the re- gion.

Friday, July 1

Medford: Free event. Inde- pendence Day celebration and fireworks display at Freedom Park. The park opens at 6 p.m.

with music and activities, which includes a Kid’s Activity Zone until 8 p.m., food vendors until 10 p.m. and live music until the fire- works begin at dusk. Rain date is July 2.

Barrington: Barrington Band

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Sunday, July 3

Haddonfield: Free event. Gates

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Resurfacing, paving work planned

The county has recently com- pleted drainage improvements to Moorestown-Mt. Laurel Road (C.R. 603) and now resurfacing work, milling and paving, will begin on or about June 27 be- tween East Main Street and New Jersey Route 38. Local traffic will be main- tained during the work and all residents will have access to and from their homes. Through traf- fic will be directed from Route 38 onto Marter Avenue and to East Main Street. Work will be completed be- tween 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. The total work should take about five days to complete, weather and other circumstances permitting.

MHS Class of 1976 reunion set

Moorestown High School Class of 1976 is having its 40th reunion on Saturday, Aug. 6. The reunion will be held at the Community House, 16 E. Main St., starting at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $76 per person and the cut off date for purchases is July 16. Limited tickets may be available after that date and at the door for $86. To get tickets, you can pay on- line via PayPal www.mhs1976re- union.net or by check, making the check payable to MHS Class of 1976 and sending it to Kathleen Wiggins Fisher, 340 Rancocas Blvd., Mt. Laurel, N.J. 08054. For more information, visit the class’s website at www. mhs1976reunion.net or email the reunion committee at moores

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The Evergreens recognizes graduates

The Evergreens, a continuing care retirement community in Moorestown, recently recognized nine staff members for their great achievement in graduating from high school or college in 2016. Resident Roger Graham, president of The Evergreens’ Res- ident Council, presented each graduate with a certificate of recognition, as fellow staff mem- bers, volunteers, residents, family members and friends gathered to show their appreciation for each graduate’s contributions to the community. “On behalf of The Evergreens

community, we are honored to recognize these fine ladies and gentlemen on this impressive scholastic achievement,” said Doug Halvorsen, president and CEO at The Evergreens. “We are very proud of them and all of their hard work, and would like to wish them the best in all of their future endeavors.” Graduates attended the follow- ing colleges and high schools: Del- ran High School, Maple Shade High School, Pennsauken High School, Rowan College at Burling- ton County, Rowan University and Walnut Hill College.

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ceiving the diploma after 12 years of hard work, but it also is a major turning point in my life. I will be leaving my family, friends and hometown for an uncertain future. I think everybody is feel- ing this similar cocktail of emo- tions. The Sun: How do you feel about being named valedictorian/salu- tatorian? Li: It is a true honor to be named one of the co-valedictori- ans, and to have the chance to rep- resent our class. Sharing the title with one of my best friends is also an amazing conclusion to our high school careers. We defi- nitely helped raise and push each other all these years. It is also definitely worth not- ing, however, that grades and GPA are just a tiny fraction of the ways to measure the successes

that my peers have achieved throughout the years. They are a truly amazing group of individu- als with whom I have had the privilege to share 12 years. Fan: I feel honored and incredi- bly grateful. I’ve been so blessed these past few years to have had such a supportive group of friends and family who have grown with me, encouraged me and challenged me to be the best that I could be. I know for a fact that without them, I would not be where I am today. In particular, Kelly, my co-valedictorian, has been an inspiration to me by often demonstrating how the things I didn’t think were possi- ble can in fact be done. And be- cause of that, I now know to never dismiss any of my dreams or goals as impossible. Trivedi: It truly was a honor being named salutatorian. Our class is full of so many accom- plished students, athletes, artists, etc., and I am proud to have re- ceived such a recognition. The en-

tire class has worked very hard over the last four years, and I am happy to represent my talented peers at graduation. The Sun: Where are you going to college? What are you majoring in? What is your dream job? Fan: This fall, I will start school at Princeton University. As of now, I will be going in as an engi- neer, although I am not entirely sure which specific field of engi- neering I will end up majoring in. I am considering chemical and bi- ological engineering or mechani- cal and aerospace engineering. I don’t really have a particular dream job in mind, but it would be something that incorporates all of my favorite things – science, music, dance, helping people and solving puzzles. Li: In the coming fall, I will be attending Yale University. My in- tended major is biomedical engi- neering on a pre-med track, but I am very open and excited to ex-

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plore the breadth of options and opportunities available. Although I am not yet sure of what my dream job may be, I hope to be able to work on projects at the intersection of medicine, poverty and social change. Trivedi: I will be studying eco- nomics at Duke University next

fall. The Sun: Do you have a speech prepared? Can you tell me a little about your speech? Li: Jessica and I are working on

a joint speech to the class. Our message is to look up and ahead

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ities that are our futures. Fan: We used the concept of space and its exploration to illus- trate both the uncertainty and the potential of our future. Trivedi: I do have a speech pre- pared. The theme is reflecting on

the past, appreciating the present and anticipating the future. The Sun: What kind of message do you want to leave your fellow graduates with?

Fan: We wanted to remind our fellow graduates that there is no need to fear the unknown because it is only in the unknown that we can find new possibilities; that success only requires that we be willing to make a difference in our own lives or the lives of those around us; and that we as a whole will be the ones to write our fu- ture. Li: I want to thank my class- mates for a truly wonderful 12 years. Each of you have, and will, touch lives and the world. Good luck with all the big things ahead of you, and I genuinely hope that we cross paths again soon. Trivedi: To go along with the

theme of my speech, I want to re- member that all the experiences

from the last 12 years have brought them here today and will undoubtedly prepare them for endless success in the future. The Sun: What’s your favorite memory you’ve had being in the Moorestown Township Public Schools? Fan: There were so many great memories from this district – I don’t think I can choose! I sup- pose one of my favorite and oldest memories of Moorestown was

from third grade in South Valley when our entire class put togeth- er a musical, “Treasure Island.” Not all of us were what you might immediately consider musically gifted, or talented at acting, or skilled at dancing – although there were plenty who were. But despite that, we all still came to- gether to produce something we could all be proud of. I never did theater again in school, but those songs that we sang still work their way into my mind now and then, and I often find myself humming along to them in my mind. Trivedi: This is probably the toughest question. Over the last 12 years, there have been so many memories – carnivals, Unity Day, dances, field trips, etc. I would say my favorite would have had to be Senior Trip at Disney World. It was one of the last times the class came together and it was honest- ly really fun. The Sun: Is there anything else you’d like to add? Li: Remember to chase your happiness, trust yourself and go take the world by storm. Trivedi: Congratulations to MHS class of 2016!

to chase your happiness, trust yourself and go take the world by storm. Trivedi : Congratulations

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Summer nights

JUNE 29-JULY 5, 2016 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN 25 Summer nights Special to The Sun Local children

Special to The Sun

Local children enjoyed the Moorestown High School Jazz Band and Madrigal concert on the first night of summer for the Summer Con- cert Series held at the Moorestown Community House.

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trict’s website. “We decided we needed a better website. We chose School Messen- ger … They created a new design and layout for us. It is a lot more modern and responsive … They are currently working on convert- ing what we have on our existing website to the new website and (the goal is to) go live July 1,” Arey said. The plan for 2017-2018 includes:

• Reducing inkjet printer inven- tory in grades six-12 by 25 per- cent. • Creating student peer tech- support groups.

• Adding iPad stations in K-

three classrooms and additional

laptop/iPad carts.

• Exploring “makerspaces” and

“innovation labs.”

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tegrating 1:1, Google, etc.

• Evaluating and renewing/up- grading Internet capacity.

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• Nominations for board vacan-

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and unanimously approved. The new board members are Dimitri Schneiberg and Sandra Alberti.

• The board honored and com-

mended Interim Superintendent

Carole Butler, Interim Director of Curriculum and Instruction

Susan Tosti, and Business Ad- ministrator Lynn Shugars for their work during the superin-

tendent search. The three women were given flowers by board presi- dent Kathy Goldenberg. Shugars,

who is going to Cherry Hill Public Schools, will be replaced with In-

terim Business Administrator Paul A. Whitman, who was the business administrator for Burlington County Institute of Technology before he retired.

• Retiring business teacher Ros- alind Chadwick-Garrigle was commended for all of her work

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$100 at a business who uses their card, they will get $10 toward their property taxes if the busi- ness sets it at 10 percent. All money earned by cus- tomers will be put in a bank ac- count operated by the township, and once a year, a credit of what- ever the customer earned will be on the tax bill, taken from the ac- count. For those who rent, a cash rebate is given. There is minimal cost to the township, as it is only asked to pay for the cards, which Defalco recommended getting a sponsor to do, and then marketing to get businesses involved and, if de- sired, for the businesses that are participating. Businesses pay a monthly $10 flat fee to participate. All transac-

tions can be done online for free, but if a terminal is required, there is a one-time setup cost. The township would need a certain number of businesses to participate for the program to be effective. However, according to Deputy Mayor Victoria Napoli- tano, businesses, especially those of the Moorestown Business As- sociation, have expressed interest in the program. Other members of council also said it seemed like a good idea. Township Manager Scott Carew said he would write a resolution for council to approve. “I think it is a great concept and a great idea … I’d love to save on my tax bill,” Councilwoman Stacey Jordan said. The next town council meeting is July 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall, with a workshop at 7 p.m. To see more about the pro- gram, visit www.propertytax- card.com.

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–THE MOORESTOWN SUN 27 Emerson opens Moorestown office Special to The Sun Mary Emerson, Bill Emerson,

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The following is a message from the Moorestown Township Public Schools Board of Educa- tion:

“Excellence, Equity and En- gagement via Partnership,” our district’s fundamental principles, are demonstrated through the many successes of the Moorestown High School class of 2016. The Moorestown Board of Education is proud of our com- mitment to this belief, excelling in academics, as well as the arts and athletics. Just a few of the amazing accomplishments of the class of 2016 are listed below.

Honors

Three students were recog- nized as Quaker Scholars. These students have maintained high honor roll status every marking period for all four years of high school. One hundred and twenty-four students are graduating with honors. Twenty students received Let- ters of Commendation for their achievement on the PSAT/NMSQT. Three students were named National Merit finalists. Eighteen seniors were recog- nized with honors for their ac-

complishments on the National Spanish Exam, National French Exam and the National Latin Exam. Thirteen seniors were semifi- nalists in the Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneur- ship competition at Fairleigh Dickinson University; four sen- iors were finalists with honorable mention at the Wharton High School Investment Challenge; and two teams of four seniors took first and second place in the Rowan College at Burlington County Business Plan Challenge.

Scholarships

One hundred and thirty-five students received more than $150,000 in local scholarships dur- ing the Moorestown High School Senior Awards Night.

Service

Eight seniors received the Dis- tinguished Service Award by completing more than 100 hours of service per year for all four years; thirty-one seniors received the Presidential Service Recogni- tion Award for completing more than 100 hours in their senior year; and the class of 2016 com- pleted 31,772 hours of community service over its four years in high school.

Arts and Athletics

Nine seniors were invited to perform in All South Jersey Or- chestra, Band or Senior High Chorus; one senior was awarded

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first place in the Burlington County Teen Arts Festival in the category of fine arts; and one sen- ior is a Gina Bachauer Interna- tional Young Artists Piano Com- petition Finalist. Moorestown athletic teams earned BCSL championships in girls’ cross country, girls’ tennis, boys’ swimming, and boys’ ten- nis; and New Jersey Sectional Championships in field hockey, girls’ tennis, boys’ swimming, girls’ lacrosse, boys’ golf and boys’ lacrosse. Approximately 87 percent of the 316 members of the class of 2016 will be enrolling in a two- or four-year college or university this fall. The remaining students will be attending vocational schools, joining the military, tak- ing a gap year, or entering the workforce. Some of the schools that will welcome the class of 2016 in the fall include Rutgers University, Yale University, New York University, Princeton Uni- versity, The College of New Jer- sey, Villanova University, United States Air Force Academy, Uni- versity of Oregon, The Ohio State University, University of Miami, University of California at Berke- ley, Purdue University, Elizabeth- town College, Virginia Tech, Uni- versity of Toronto and George- town University. Congratulations to the class of 2016. Your achievements are im- pressive and too expansive to list in full. The board and the entire Moorestown community applaud your successes and join you and your families in celebrating your graduation and wishing you all the best in your future endeavors. We look forward to welcoming the class of 2028 in September!

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Second Baptist Church: Sunday

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Saint Matthew Lutheran Church:

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Center for Conscious Living: Cele-

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Church: Holy

Episcopal

Eucharist at 7:45 a.m. Parish Eucharist at 9 a.m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11:15 a.m. 207 W. Main St., Moorestown.

Bethel African Methodist Episco-

pal Church: Adult Church School at 9 a.m. Worship service at 10:30 a.m. 512 N. Church St., Moorestown.

Our Lady of Good Counsel: Regular

Mass at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m.

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noon.

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Main

Moorestown.

First Baptist Church

of

Moorestown: Bible Study and Sunday Chat at 9 a.m. Worship at 10 a.m. Coffee/fellowship at 11 a.m. Sunday discussion at 11:30 a.m. 19 W. Main St., Moorestown.

Hope Community Church: Come-

as-you-are worship service at

St.,

Moorestown. Moorestown Friends Meeting (Quakers): Worship service at 10 a.m. Children are welcome. Social hour follows at 10:45 a.m. Child- care available. 118 East Main St., Moorestown. All are welcome. The Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints: Worship services at 10 a.m. 319 Bridgeboro Road, Moorestown. Questions call (609) 346-4348.

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10:30

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W.

Main

Destiny Church Service: 10 a.m. at

William Allen Middle School, 801 North Stanwick Road, Moorestown. Nursery and Kid- sZone available. For more infor- mation, visit www.destinynj.org

or call (609) 386-3142.

First Church of Christ, Scientist,

Moorestown: Sunday Service and Sunday School 11 a.m. 420 Kings Highway, Moorestown.

MONDAY JULY 4

Fourth of July Parade: noon at

Main Street in Moorestown. If you are coming, please be at the stag- ing area of Chester and Central Avenue by 11:30 a.m. so the com- mittee has time to get the parade in proper order. If you just want to watch the parade, get a spot along the route early. Step off is

at noon. The parade will include

vehicles, clubs, associations, Scout troops and more. Fourth of July: Most offices and libraries closed in observance of the holiday.

TUESDAY JULY 5

Power of Kindness: 1 p.m. at the

Moorestown Library. This month’s theme is loyalty.

Children’s Movie: Cloud 9: 1:30 p.m.

at the Moorestown Library. Rated

G; 87 minutes, live action. After

Kayla Morgan, the Summit Valley queen of snowboarding, is kicked off her top-ranked team, she is forced to work at Hot Doggers

Kennel after school. With the help

of Will Cloud, former champion

snowboarder who was injured in

a humiliating wipeout, Kayla

proves she's a serious competi- tor. Snacks will be provided; please bring drinks in a covered container. No registration required.

Historical Society of Moorestown Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 2

to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Man-

sion. For more information, visit

www.moorestown.com/history.

Al-Anon Men’s Meeting: 8 p.m. at

Trinity Episcopal Church, Main and Church streets. For more information, visit www.southjer- seyal-anon-org.

Bethel African Methodist Episco-

pal Church: Afternoon with the Bible at 1 p.m. 512 N. Church St., Moorestown.

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obituaries

Twyla Ann Kerr Dodd

June 19, 2016

Twyla Ann Kerr Dodd (nee Guerra) of Cadbury, Cherry Hill and formerly Cinnaminson, passed away on June 19 at the age

of 84. She was the wife of the late Bryce Kerr and James Dodd; mother of Brian, Stuart and Scott Kerr and step mother of Michelle and Barry Dodd. She is also sur- vived by eight grandchildren. A funeral service was held on Friday, June 24 at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 207 W. Main St., Moorestown. The viewing was also Friday at the Lewis Fu- neral Home in Moorestown. In- terment was held at Lakeview Memorial Park in Cinnaminson. Please no flowers. Memorial con- tributions may be given to Trinity Church Book of Remembrance. Condolences maybe left at

www.lewisfuneralhomemo-

orestown.com.

Dorthea Martha Jensen

June 15, 2016

Dorthea Martha Jensen (“Dot”) passed away on June 15 surrounded by her family. Born Dorthea Martha Lund in Del Rey, Calif., on Aug. 23, 1927, she was the daughter of Peter Lund, a nat- uralized immigrant from Den- mark, and Christiane Lund (nee Hansen). Dot grew up on a ranch in Del Rey where her parents cul- tivated grapes for raisins, and she remembered being afraid of the enormous draft horses that her parents used in the vineyards. She was raised among a large family of aunts, uncles and cousins in an area with many Danish immigrants. She was edu- cated at the Prairie School, Selma Union High School, and Grand View College, Des Moines, Iowa. While at Grand View College, Dot met Herluf Mathias Jensen,

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who also came from a Danish- American family from the Mid- west. Dot and Herluf were mar- ried in 1948 at St. Ansgar’s Lutheran Church in Parlier, Calif., the same church where her parents were married in 1919 and is now part of the Selma Pioneer Village, a collection of historical buildings from the early farming days of the region. After early years together in Boston, Minneapolis, Chicago, and New York City, Dot and Her- luf settled in New Jersey where they raised their family of five children and numerous pets. Dot loved animals and almost always had one or more loving dogs to keep her company in her home and yard. The yard was more or less fenced, and she did not walk the dogs, although she did have to retrieve them from time to time. Dot lived the last 48 years of her life in her old Victorian house in Moorestown, marked by an enor- mous pine tree that was eventual- ly entirely covered in wisteria. She remained living in her home until her death, cared for by her family. Her energetic, delightful grandchildren created special fun and joy. Dot loved gardening. She trans- formed her yard into an ever-ex- panding garden, growing both vegetables and perennials. When asked how much time she spent in her garden, she replied, “All the time that I had.” The back yard was where she served sup- per every evening in the summer and where she and Herluf hosted so many family and church par- ties. She also enjoyed many other kinds of handwork; from canning

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fruit she had picked herself, to sewing and crocheting, to caning chairs and refinishing furniture. From her old house to her old things, Dot took care in preserv- ing things. In addition to her life- long mantra of “make do with what you have,” she also believed that whatever you have, no mat- ter how modest, you take care of it.

As a young person, she played piano and violin, and later helped her children develop their own musical talents. She and Herluf loved music, especially of the church, but also enjoyed concerts by the Philadelphia Orchestra. In the last years of her life, she loved hearing her son Peter play the piano every night. Dot was always active in the life of her church, which was her community. And she supported her husband Herluf in his life- long service in the Lutheran Church. At the time of Herluf’s retirement in 1991, he wrote of Dot: “Faithful disciple, inspirer, motivator, critic, healer of wounds, worker behind the scenes, grower of flowers, love of my life.” When Dot and Herluf had free time, they deeply treasured visit- ing Dot’s sister Gerry and her husband Happy Carey in rural Western Massachusetts. There, Dot could hop from rock to rock in the cold Green River and found special rocks to bring home and keep in her garden. She and Her- luf also loved camping in New England, especially Vermont. If the time was right, Dot would pick as many ripe blackberries as she could and quickly make jam back in Gerry and Happy’s kitchen to last the winter. Despite her happy memories of growing up in the San Joaquin Valley of California, she said the big trees of the East Coast made her very happy. She never fell out of awe. Dot’s family and friends will also remember her hospitality and open door. She grew up in an ethnically and economically di- verse community and she was al- ways welcoming to family, friends and anyone in need. She began each meal with the Danish word of invitation “Vaersaagod” (please be so good … to come to

the table), which reflected her broader invitation to self, family

and friends to come to the table of life. Dot is survived by her children Lance Jensen, Cynthia Jensen, Peter Jensen, Roslind Ossi and her husband Rob, her niece Chrystiane, and her son-in-law Victor Zeringo, and by her eight grandchildren Nicholas and Sera- fina Zeringo and Cecelia, Lucia, Gemma, Matthias, Adele and Vera Ossi. She is predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Herluf, her sister Geraldyne, and her daughter Tezanne. A funeral for Dot was held on Saturday, June 18, at Saint Matthew Lutheran Church in Moorestown. Interment followed the reception at Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church Cemetery in Hainesport. In lieu of flowers, contribu- tions in her memory can be made to the Saint Matthew Lutheran Church Memorial Fund. Condolences maybe left at

www.lewisfuneralhomemo-

orestown.com.

Helen M. Sexton

June 17, 2016

Helen M. Sexton (nee Miller), a 30-year educator of English liter- ature in the Philadelphia school system and longtime Haddonfield resident, passed away on June 17 at the age of 86. She was the beloved wife of Richard J.; loving mother of Nancy Sexton Lauer (Jonathan) of Woodinville, Wash. and Richard J. Sexton (Kathleen) of Moorestown; and cherished grandmother of Sarah Sexton Miers (James), Andrew and Matthew Sexton and Caroline, Christine and Evan Lauer. Mrs. Sexton’s family and friends were invited to her memo- rial mass on Tuesday, June 21 at Christ the King RC Church in Haddonfield; where her family re- ceived friends following the mass.

In lieu of flowers, her family sug- gests memorial contributions be made to Interfaith Caregivers, P.O. Box 186, Haddonfield, N.J.

08033.

Arrangements were made by Kain-Murphy Funeral Services of Haddonfield.

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