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Looking forward
Superintendent discusses his
vision for the future. PAGE 18
KYLE CARNEY/The Sun
People lined up to get some honey at the Busy Bee Farm stand at the opening of the Burlington County Farmers Market on May 17.
Tori Price, owner of the Busy Bee Farm, runs one of the original stands from eight years ago when the market began. I have been here
every year, and I plan on coming back as long as I can, she said.
Burlington County Farmers Market opens for season
Doors
now open
at new
town hall
BY KYLE CARNEY
The Sun
It has been nearly seven years
since the Moorestown Township
Council has met in its own cham-
bers. That streak ended May 19,
when the new Moorestown Town
Hall opened its doors for the first
time.
Folks at home, dont adjust
your television, Mayor Chris
Chiacchio joked. Were not in
the IT room anymore. Today is an
extraordinary day. This starts a
new chapter in the history of
Moorestown. The library and
town hall will shape the future of
this town for generations to
come.
Chiacchio was not the only
council member to praise the new
building. In fact, every council
member spoke highly of the
building and what it means for
the town.
This building is the result of
many hands, Councilman Greg
Newcomer said. The residents,
please see GRAND, page 4
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Grand opening set for June
the designers, the township staff
and everyone in between have
made this a place to serve our
childrens children.
Council thanked the Ragan De-
sign Group, Sambe Construction
Co. and Greyhawk for their ef-
forts in making this project hap-
pen. The final cost of the build-
ings comes to $16.2 million, which
includes the expenses for the first
design and moving costs.
The township received the tem-
porary certificate of occupancy
on Friday, May 16 for Town Hall,
but is still waiting for the furni-
ture for the new library, which is
delaying that opening.
I began to wonder if it was re-
ally going to happen, Council-
woman Victoria Napolitano said.
It began to feel like a dream, but
today its a reality.
The opening of the new Town
Hall closes a chapter in the histo-
ry of Moorestown. And while the
council was relieved at that time
being over, it did not forget to
thank those who have provided
help along the way.
We couldnt have done this
without the support of our school
board, Chiacchio said. They,
along with our neighboring
towns, provided us with rooms
and buildings to conduct our
business over these past seven
years, and we would like to thank
them all.
Council members were not the
only ones at the meeting who
were impressed and relieved at
the opening of the new Town
Hall. A number of residents took
the opportunity to congratulate
and applaud the new building as
well.
The official grand opening of
the building will not occur until
the library is complete, which
should be sometime in June.
In other news:
The issue of litter at te
Moorestown recreation fields was
discussed. There have been bot-
tles and trash left on the fields
after many of the tournaments
and games. Councilman Phil Gar-
wood suggested the players stay
to clean the fields after the games.
Deputy Mayor Stacey Jordan
is working on a smoking ban
campaign with the Girl Scout
troops.
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W
elcome to the beach! Were
so glad you came. I see you
have six people in your
party this afternoon. Will that be
smoking or non-smoking?
Remember that question smoking
or non-smoking? Seems like ages ago
that, every time you went out to eat,
the hostess at your favorite restaurant
would ask you that question.
Would you like to negatively im-
pact your health and those around
you, or would you like to breathe un-
sullied air? Maybe that would have
been a better question.
Now, it seems like that question
might be back again, but at a different
place than you might think outside
of all places, at the beach.
Last week, a state Senate committee
approved a bill that would ban smok-
ing at beaches and public parks
throughout the state. The committee
amended the bill, which the state As-
sembly passed in March, to add a sec-
tion to allow towns to set aside up to 20
percent of a beach or park as a smok-
ing area.
Yep. A smoking area. Outside.
Seems funny, doesnt it?
New Jersey, like the country as a
whole, is taking a major step to control
smoking, even though it isnt a con-
trolled substance. And good for New
Jersey.
Studies continue to show or,
rather, they show even more so how
harmful second-hand smoke is, and as
such, it is right and proper for govern-
ment entities to further control when
and where smoking can occur.
Smoking is still legal in the state, of
course, so basically, New Jersey is tak-
ing the stance that it doesnt care if
you harm yourself as long as you
dont harm others.
Good for New Jersey, and good for
every other place that is passing simi-
lar bills.
People who travel to the beach, a
playground or a park do so to enjoy the
outdoors in all its glory. Nearby smok-
ing, to non-smokers, can ruin that ex-
perience and affect their health. It is
only right and fair, then, that our gov-
ernment protects non-smokers from
that which is harmful to them and in
which they are choosing not to partici-
pate.
Now if only tobacco wasnt such a
big business and didnt bring us so
much tax revenue, we could outlaw it
all together.
Smoking or non-smoking?
Thats a question that you could be asked once again
Your thoughts
What are your thoughts on the continued
expansion of smoking bans? Share your
thoughts on this, and other topics, in a let-
ter to the editor.
Promise of completion
of Town Hall project was kept
When Stacey Jordan and Chris Chiac-
chio ran for Town Council in 2010, a prom-
ise was made to the voters of Moorestown
that the Town Hall project would finally be
completed after years of waiting.
In 2012, as the process was beginning to
move forward with a final plan for Town
Hall, Phil Garwood and Victoria Napoli-
tano made a promise to the people of our
municipality that they would continue the
work started by Council to see this project
through to completion.
On May 19, these promises were kept.
This day marks a new beginning here in
Moorestown, as the new Town Hall opens
its doors to residents and, for the first time
in seven years, the Moorestown Town
Council held a meeting back on Second
Street.
Residents are now able to pay their prop-
erty tax and water bills at Town Hall, and
our municipal employees are officially
moved into their new offices. This facility
boasts state-of-the-art security and comput-
er systems, utilizes solar panels as a cost-ef-
ficient supplement to the boiler system and
will have a number of sustainability fea-
tures, including a green roof, two rain gar-
dens and an underground cistern to collect
rainwater run-off to be used for lawn irri-
gation. Additionally, the new Council
Chambers are equipped to record, and
eventually broadcast, all meetings to the
public.
Within the next few weeks, the
Moorestown Library will also be moving
into its new home within the new Munici-
pal Complex. Its portion of the building in-
cludes radiant floor heat for areas such as
the childrens library and has a permanent
air-scrubbing system with ultraviolet light
to kill bacteria and prevent odor problems
like those experienced in the old library.
Instead of spending millions to renovate
two aging and damaged structures,
Moorestown was able to turn the unfortu-
nate loss of the old Town Hall into an op-
portunity. We built a new Municipal Com-
plex that brings our town solidly into the
21st century and were able to have the en-
tire project completed on time and under
the original estimated budget. We enter this
building knowing that it is an investment
that will last for years to come, and is one
we are proud to put forward as an example
of the Moorestown spirit.
Mayor Chris Chiacchio, Deputy Mayor
Stacey Jordan, Councilman Phil Garwood
and Councilwoman Victoria Napolitano
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A Boat NJ course will be of-
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es in Moorestown on June 24 and
26.
The two-evening "Boat NJ"
courses meet the needs of boaters
and personal watercraft opera-
tors for a basic overview of boat
and PWC operation. The boating
safety class is required by the
State of New Jersey Division of
State Police Marine Law Enforce-
ment for boat safety education
and is approved by the National
Association of State Boating Law
Administrators.
The course meets the state law
requirements for NJ boating safe-
ty certification. There will be a
$75 fee that covers the cost of the
course and all materials.
The course will be held at the
Brandywine facility at
Moorestown Estates, 1205 N.
Church St., Moorestown.
The classes will be held from
6:30- 10 p.m.
You must attend both nights.
One hour of homework is re-
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WEDNESDAY May 28
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.
Childrens story time: 11 a.m. at
Barnes and Noble, East Gate
Square. Call (856) 608-1904 for
information.
THURSDAY May 29
Westfield Friends Bookfair: Open to
the public. 5 p.m. at Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. Call
(856) 608-1622 for more infor-
mation.
Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Ages 4 and 5. 9:30 a.m. and 1:30
p.m. at Moorestown Library. Sto-
ries, rhymes and crafts. Call 234-
0333 to register.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 6:30 p.m. Meet at
Moorestown Running Company,
115 W. Main St. The 5.63-mile
loop is mostly flat on roads.
Includes Strawbridge Lake Park.
Rotary 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 May 30
Coffee and Chat: Open to the public.
10 a.m. at Barnes and Noble, East
Gate Square. Come join us for
coffee and conversation. This
month we will discuss Not Work-
ing by D.W. Gibson. All are more
than welcome to join us. Feel free
to bring along a friend or two!
Childrens 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. For more infor-
mation visit www.southjerseyal-
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SATURDAY May 31
Learn Spanish through Charades:
Children only. 11 a.m. at Barnes
and Noble, East Gate Square. Call
(856) 608-1622 for more infor-
mation.
NOOK Introduction: Open to the
public. 2 p.m. at Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square.
Whether you are a seasoned
NOOK enthusiast or just curious,
join us in-store for a variety of
events designed to teach, enter-
tain and inspire.
NOW-Alice Paul Chapter Yard Sale:
Open to the public. 8 a.m. at 427
South Washington Ave. For fur-
ther information, call Lizanne
Lorusso at (856) 439-1008 or
Judith Buckman at (856) 234-
8649.
SUNDAY June 1
Spay/Neuter Clinic: Open to the
public. 8 a.m. at Westampton Rec
Building, 50 Springside Road. For
more information, contact bcaa-
cats@gmail.com.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 3 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Man-
sion. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Center for Conscious Living: Cele-
bration service at 10 a.m. at
Moorestown Community House,
16 E. Main St., Moorestown.
First United Methodist Church:
Worship services at 8:30 a.m.
(contemporary and traditional),
9:30 a.m. (contemporary) and 11
a.m. (traditional). Communion at
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all services first Sunday of the
month. 446 Camden Ave.,
Moorestown.
First Presbyterian Church: Wor-
ship services at 8, 8:30 and 11
a.m. Arabic Fellowship Worship at
5 p.m. 101 Bridgeboro Road,
Moorestown.
Trinity Episcopal Church: Holy
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.
and 12 p.m. 42 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
First Baptist Church: Sunday
School 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
10:30 a.m. 235 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
Moorestown Friends Meeting
(Quakers): Worship service 10
a.m., social hour at 10:45 a.m. 118
East Main St., Moorestown. All
are welcome.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-
ter-day Saints: Worship services
at 10:00 a.m. 319 Bridgeboro
Road, Moorestown. Questions
call (609) 346-4348.
MONDAY June 2
Overeaters Anonymous: 7:30 p.m.
at St. Matthew Lutheran Church,
318 Chester Ave. Call (609) 239-
0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
TUESDAY June 3
Story Time: 11 a.m. at Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. Call
(856) 608-1904 for information.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Mansion Tours and Gift Shop: 1
to 2 p.m. at Smith Cadbury Man-
sion. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Al-Anon Mens Meeting: 8 p.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church, Main
and Church streets. For more
information visit www.southjer-
seyal-anon-org.
Garden State Chorale Rehearsals:
7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church
from September to mid-June. For
membership information, visit
www.gschorale.org or call (856)
858-9322.
Bethel African Methodist Episco-
pal Church: Afternoon with the
Bible at 1 p.m. 512 N. Church St.,
Moorestown.
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The weekend of May 17
marked a milestone for the boys
eighth-grade lacrosse team, as it
was the last opportunity to play
in the Moorestown Lacrosse Fes-
tival. The team started the compe-
tition against a solid Rumson-
Fair Haven squad. The weather
was cool and the field was wet but
the boys came out on fire with
Trevor Jones recording a hat
trick and Peter LaDelfa and Ryan
Pozega burying two goals apiece.
Josh Fauvell took a great pass
from Steven Weissman to record
his first of many goals of the day
and long-pole defenseman Justin
Ramos got into the scoring with
an impressive bounce shot as the
Quakers mopped up the visitors
by a score of 9-1. Dan "The Man"
Rohrbach stood tall between the
pipes all weekend long, filling in
for the injured Max Blank and
made some highlight saves along
the way.
Next the boys faced a much big-
ger team from Cherry Hill but it
became clear early on in the con-
test that the home team was more
skilled and balanced. Despite a
tough knee injury to Jones mid-
way through the game, the boys
rallied and easily won the contest
by a score of 7-1 with goals by
Jones, Stephen Goralski, Ramos,
Fauvell, JT Lumley and LaDelfa.
Next the squad took on a very
skilled Black Lab team. Although
the Labs scored the first goal of
the game in the first few minutes,
the boys, including long poles
Reid Greer, Jaxon Zaorski and
Frankie Pryor, dug deep. Even
with two goals from LaDelfa off of
pretty assists from Fauvell and
Pozega, time ran out and the
Quakers fell 3-2.
The final game of the festival
was against a very skilled
Crooked Crosse team from Penn-
sylvania. The boys found them-
selves down by two early in the
game until they got a great unas-
sisted bounce shot goal from
Dante Lucarini to cut the margin
in half and give new life to the
team. The two teams traded goals
with Pozega, LaDelfa, Fauvell
and Kevin Travis scoring to make
it 5-5 with less than 10 minutes
left. Despite solid faceoff work by
Sean Carden and Josh Buck and
aggressive midfield play by Max
Haller, the home team wasn't able
to prevail and lost 9-5. A shout out
goes to Kade Chrostowski and
Ryan Finley who have been on
the injured reserve for several
weeks.
On Sunday, the boys were back
in action with the final league
game of the season against Upper
Merion. They ended with an ex-
clamation point winning by the
score of 15-2. Moorestown had 13
different players record at least
one point, including Rohrbach
from his own goal. Ten players
had two points, including defense-
men Bobby Garrison and Judah
Hicks. Lumley, LaDelfa, Pozega
and Fauvell recorded three or
more points each to lead the rout.
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Lacrosse captain breaks
goal-scoring record
In a 20-11 Friends Schools
League victory over Westtown on
May 6, Moorestown Friends
School senior captain Noelle
Smith broke the girls lacrosse ca-
reer goal-scoring record. Her
eight goals brought her total to
204, which surpassed the record
of 201 held by Sarah Edwards
Beeson 96.
This is a tremendous accom-
plishment for Noelle, said MFS
coach Paige Dougherty. She has
been a team leader for our pro-
gram, and this record also reflects
the hard work of the teammates
around her.
Smith was named First Team
All-Friends Schools League in
2012 and 2013. As of May 7, the
Foxes are 7-4, 4-3 in the FSL and
have clinched a league playoff
berth. Smith will attend Trinity
College next year. The Bantams
recently won their fourth consec-
utive New England Small College
Athletic Conference champi-
onship and won the NCAA Divi-
sion III championship in 2012.
Moorestown Friends School is
in its 56th year of sponsoring
girls lacrosse. Lacrosse pioneer
and South Jersey coaching leg-
end Floss Brudon introduced the
sport in 1958, the same year
Collingswood, Merchantville and
Moorestown high schools also
began play.
The Moorestown Friends girls
lacrosse program highlights in-
clude one state championship,
four state finals appearances and
eight undefeated seasons.
Noelle Smith, of Moorestown,
is the daughter of Kieran and
Nicole Dryden-Smith.
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Two students selected
for juried art exhibit
The artwork of Moorestown
Friends School students Robie
Driscoll 18 and Mason Cohen 18
has been selected for The College
of New Jersey's 2014 juried K-12
art exhibition.
Hundreds of student works
were submitted to the exhibition
and final selections were chosen
for their innovation and creativi-
ty.
The aim of the juried K-12 ex-
hibition is to recognize exempla-
ry work created by K-12 students,
as well as showcase innovative
lessons designed by art teachers.
Driscoll and Cohens sculptures
were nominated by MFS Art
Teacher Michael Webster, who
teaches 3D art and design.
The TCNJ gallery show will
highlight art-making that con-
nects student learning and art to
the real world, academic subjects,
social issues, big ideas and/or
contemporary art.
The exhibition reception will
be held on Sunday, June 8, from 1-
3 p.m., and all are welcome to at-
tend the opening and to visit the
exhibition. The exhibition jurors,
Faith Ringgold, Frank Bardachi-
no, Aylin Green, Rebecca Mitchell
and Carol Sterling, will be pres-
ent at the reception.
The exhibition will be open to
visitors on Sundays and Wednes-
days from 1 to 3 p.m. June 1
through June 22. Special open
hours may be arranged for
groups and school visits.
The College of New Jersey Art
Gallery is located in the Art and
Interactive Multimedia Building
next to Paul Loser Hall, near the
main entrance to the TCNJ Cam-
pus.
For parking during the week,
please go to the Information
Booth in front of Paul Loser Hall.
After 5 p.m. during the week and
at all times on the weekend, park-
ing is available in Lot 5 next to the
Art and Interactive Multimedia
Building.
Further information can be
found online at www.tcnjart-
gallery.pages.tcnj.edu.
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5 BD, 4 BA Grand Restored Victorian Lady is situated 2 blocks from the yacht club in
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basement, attached 2 car garage, fenced yard & 2 patios. The details of this home are
too many to list but include magnificent floor to ceiling windows, original stained glass,
bay window w/ incredible architectural moldings, grand foyers and staircases.
129 W. Spruce, Moorestown $450,000
Special 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom Maines built home on an incredible
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815 Riverton Rd., Moorestown $959,000
5 BR, 4 BA custom home situated on 1 acre lot. Wood-Mode
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and a 1st fl BR & full BA. Too many details to list. A must see
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719 Iron Post Rd., Moorestown $875,000
4 BR, 3/1 BA home on beautiful 1 acre property in Northwest Estates. Includes a
huge custom eat-in kitchen w/ Viking Professional 6 burner gas stove, 2 offices on
the 1st floor a 30 x 21 ft great room w/ custom cabinetry & woodburning fireplace,
beautiful master suite w/ tray ceiling, master BA w/ jettted tub & steam shower, &
princess suite. Upgrades too numerous to list! To see this home call Joan DeLaney
direct at 856-266-0588.
778 Riverton Rd, Moorestown $1,150,000
This 4 BR, 4/2 BA, 5,400 sq. ft. executive home reflects distinctive architectural design
& sumptuous details & finishes including a stunning front to back foyer, 4 fireplaces, &
a well appointed chef's kitchen with professional appliances. The master BR suite fea-
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breakfast room w/ french doors to the deck & both living room & study feature french
doors leading to a beautiful side patio. Seeing is believing! Call Joan DeLaney direct at
856-266-0588 to tour this fabulous home!
680 Garwood Rd., Moorestown $924,900
Custom brick Cape nestled on 2 country acres with circular driveway and beautiful landscap-
ing. This 6 bedroom, 3.5 bath home offers 3 fireplaces, large country kitchen, spectacular fam-
ily room, amazin master suite with fireplace, unique wine cellar, in- ground pool, large deck,
and pond. 30 acres of open space backs up to this property. Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-
266-0588 to see this incredible home!
142 Oakmont Drive, Moorestown $949,900
5 Bedroom, 4/1 bathroom Laurel Creek Estate Home on almost an acre of lush landscaped
grounds. Features include a recently upgraded gourmet kitchen with granite countertops
and glass tile backsplash, breakfast room with french doors to 3 tiered paver patio, 2 story
family room with gas fireplace, large master suite with private sitting room and sumptuous
en-suite bath, and finished walk-out basement with fully equiped kitchen, guest room, exer-
cise room and sauna. A must see! Call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
2 S. Close, Moorestown $275,000
2 bedroom, 2/1 bath, Beautiful End Unit Townhouse overlooking Memorial
Park. Redone to an open floor plan, updated kitchen, brick wall fireplace,
bright & airy living room with triple door to backyard, 2 large bright and
sunny bedrooms, and updated bathrooms. Hurry In to See This Truly
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2 BD, 2 BA Birchfield Lakefront home w/ cul-de-sac location. Updated kitchen w/
hardwood floors, granite, tile backsplash, and center island. 2 sets of french doors
lead to sunroom & offer stunning lake views. Generous master BD w/ private
updated bath, walk-in closet, & french doors to private patio and hot tub. Call Joan
DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588 to see this lakefront home.
2 Cobblestone Ct, Moorestown $2,300,000
Impeccable 5 BD, 7.5 BA Gary Gardner Country French Estate on over
3 premier acres. Features include 6 fireplaces, front & back staircases,
5 zone heat & air, beautiful finished lower level w/ wine cellar & 3 car garage.
Gourmet kitchen w/ top of the line appliances, granite, & nook; luxurious mas-
ter suite w/ lavish master bath, sitting room & dressing room.
737 Golf View Rd., Moorestown $1,199,900
5 BR, 4.5 BA brick home. Meticulously maintained & updated estate sits on almost an acre.
The Redone chef's kitchen boasts granite countertops, marble backsplash, Thomasville cabi-
netry, & professional stainless steel appliances. The master BR overlooks the park like grounds
& offers large beautiful master BA. 2 BRs share a Jack & Jill BA, the 4th BR has it's own en-
suite marble BA. The 3rd floor suite is stunning w/ brick wall original to the home. Details and
amenities are too numerous to list.
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Remarkable 5 BR, 3/1 BA home on over an acre close to High School and Middle
School. Features include a 41 foot great room w/ fireplace, wet bar & family room
w/ access to pool & park-like backyard, eat-in kitchen w/ double wall ovens &
walk-in pantry, 1st fl study w/ custom built-ins, beautiful hardwood floors, some
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503 Camden Ave, Moorestown $599,000
This 4 BD 2 BA home is tucked behind a row of arbor vitae & features gardens in front & back.
The home is clad in wood cedar siding. Enter the front door and you're greeted w/ a 2 story
foyer. To the left, a LR w/ custom David Ramsay built-in shelving/cabinetry. To the right, a DR.
Custom kitchen adjoining a sun/breakfast room w/ views over the bluestone patio & gardens.
Upstairs features private master suite w/ walk-in closet & full private BA.
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215 Pembrook Avenue, Moorestown $387 ,000
This charming home is situated on a quiet street near town center. Upon entering you're greeted by a generously sized
LR. To the right is the kitchen, which includes a breakfast nook. Off the kitchen is a side entry for quickly shuttling groceries
fromthe car into the house. Beyond the kitchen is the DR overlooking the back yard. Down the hall you'll find your choice
of a 1st floor master BR or a home office. A full BA off the hall rounds out the 1st floor. In the basement you'll find a
finished living space that can be used as a LR, entertainment area, exercise space, etc. Also in the basement are a hobby/DIY
area & laundry. The 2nd floor features 3 BRs, storage space, & updated full BA.
610 McElwee Rd, Moorestown $995,000
A spectacular piece of property! Nearly 16 acre parcel includes gorgeous topography rarely
seen in this area. Rolling fields and magnificent views will surround you in your dream
home in highly desirable Moorestown. There are very few opportunities like this left. The
land currently has farm status and can remain as such. A perfect opportunity for the avid
equestrian to build their own horse farm, or for someone who just wants some room to
stretch their arms. Septic system approval for up to a 6 BR home, access to public water,
natural gas, & electric, & deed restriction for One Single Family Detached Home.
680 Lippincott Ave., Moorestown $1,149,000
Located in center of town on 1.5 acres of landscaped grounds. Drvwy swoops upon ap-
proaching home leading to bluestone walkways approaching main entry. "Wow factor" con-
tinues upon entering front dr to 3 story foyer w/ sweeping strwy & faux finished walls.
Marble mstr ba, generously sized rms, secluded 2nd floor deck & more. Backyard includes
recently renovated pool, lower lawn, tree lined perimeter & deck/patio for entertaining.
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601 South Saratoga Dr., Moorestown $719,000
This 4BR, 2.5 BA center hall colonial w/ stone exterior has been cared for & updated by its architect owner.
Over 1 acre yard, 3 car GA, circular driveway, & upgraded landscaping plan. You'll notice stained trim details
& all oak hardwood fl w/ flush mounted Oak HVAC grilles. To your right is the LR featuring 2-piece dentil
moulding crown & a wall of bay windows. In the foyer, to your left is the DR w/ chair rail surround. The updated
kitchen features cork flooring & granite countertops, 2 islands each with its own stainless steel sink. Appliances
include stainless steel Wolf convection ovens, warming drawer, & range, commercial range hood, & Sub Zero
refrigerator/freezer. U-Line beverage fridge is housed in a hutch, & a wine rack is on one of the islands. The
FR features a brick gas fired FP w/ panelized built-in cabinetry above & coffered ceiling. A solariumruns across
the rear of home featuring great views of the back yard & giving the home an open floor plan.
507 E Main St., Moorestown $949,000
4 BR 3 Full BA, 2 Half Ba Williamsburg reproduction of the "Tayloe House" was built by Canton Custom Homes
w/ attention to the historic character & details fromthe original, yet w/ all the comforts of modern living. Upon
entering you'll see a 7 piece crown moulding detail that runs around much of the 1st fl. Walls are fitted out w/
raised paneling in the foyer, kitchen, & keeping area. 10' ceilings on 1st fl combined w/ huge windows create a
sense of proportion in the home. The kitchen features under & in-cabinet lighting, granite countertops, island
w/ double sink & water filter, built-in Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, Wolf range, large pantry, & customtile back-
splash. Floors are 5" wide oak throughout 1st fl & 2nd fl hallway. Downstairs from the kitchen/keeping area
you'll find a finished basement w/ built-in entertainment center, & custom mahogany bar including full height
Sub-Zero wine refrigerator, ice maker, & sink.
45 East Walnut Avenue, Moorestown $875,000
3 BR, 3 BA colonial reproduction w/ 4 FPs on huge corner in Northwest Estates. Random width wide plank pine floor
boards, authentic colonial trim details, thumb latch wrought iron door hardware, & more. Charming detials and
thoughtfully laid out interior & modern amenities. Features 2 full BAs on the 1st fl including a master suite. Upstairs
are 2 generously sized BRs, one w/ its own FP, & a large shared BA. Full unfinished basement ready to be customized.
Additional features include a garden shed, and 20'x30' garage/workshop in the back corner of the property.
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5 Brs, 4 Full BAs, 2 Half BAs, 1.15 Acres, 4,300 sq ft Craftsman home located in Moorestown on
the corner of Westover & Golf View. Steps away from the middle & high schools. Boasts one of
the largest lots in the area, w/ gorgeous landscaping, beautiful bluestone patio, & wrap-around
driveway. High end features abound, including stained craftsman style woodwork, gourmet
kitchen w/ open floor plan, au-pair suite, updated BAs, landscaping, cedar roof, brick details inside
& out, FR w/ coffered ceiling, 2 FPs and the list goes on and on.
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3 Taunton Rd, Medford $450,000
4/5 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths, 1 Half Bath. 2,800 SF. Waterfront! Built in 1900, has been renovated. On Oliphant's
Mill Pond, has 1st & 2nd fl decks looking out on the lake. By the lake is a separate outdoor bar roomattd to the
garage w/ full bar, half BA & dock. Aggregate concrete patio gives space for picnic table lakeside. The detached
GA has 1 accessible bay from the driveway for your car & another facing the lake for boat/equipment storage,
or a shop. Kitchen w/ new stainless steel apps, trend-glass countertops, pantry & tile flooring. New energy ef-
ficient windows throughout & double sided stone FP graces the DR & GR. Office on the 1st fl.. Upstairs you'll
find 4 BRs and laundry room. A shared BA for 3 of the BRs is nicely appointed. The master BR, has 2 huge walk-
in closets w/ shelving systems, tray ceiling & double glass doors leading out to deck. The master BA is complete
w/ whirlpool tub, tiled shower, & commode room.
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Friends of mine had been looking for a home in Moorestown for nearly a year w/ very specific criteria. A home
walking distance fromdowntown they could customize to make their own. I knew there was a possibility the owner
might want to sell this home, so I made contact to let them know I had a potential buyer. When we through we
could see the home could suit their needs. They had the vision to see what this home had the potential to be & fell
in love with it. We began negotiations while Canton Custom Homes began pricing renovations. Everything was
worked out, and now we get to save a beautiful home on Moorestowns Main St by restoring this gemto its original
glory w/ all the modern bells & whistles.
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Special homes like this do not come on the market very often. Featuring European influenced style, and located
on one of the largest lots in prestigious Northwest Estates. The home has been completely renovated and updated
by its current owners. 20'+ ceilings, new kitchen with high-end appliances, library/office with built-in shelving,
and a huge master suite including sauna, gym, and private patio. These are just a few of the luxury amenities
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The Moorestown Board of Edu-
cation meeting on May 20 served
as a time to reflect and recognize.
New Superintendent Timothy
Rehm began the meeting by dis-
cussing his new contract and vi-
sion for the future. This was the
first meeting held since Rehm
was named the permanent super-
intendent.
I am honored that the Board
of Education and the community
have selected me as the superin-
tendent for the district, Rehm
said. I am committed to continu-
ing the educational excellence
this community has come to ex-
pect, and I am pleased that the
community has put their faith in
me to do the job.
Rehms contract is a standard
A5, three-year agreement that
will commence July 1. The execu-
tive county superintendent ap-
proved the contract before the
board approved it.
We wanted to secure his con-
tract expeditiously, said Don
Mishler, president of the board.
A lot of towns are looking for su-
perintendents, and we knew
Rehm fit in perfectly with what
we wanted.
In keeping with the theme of
the meeting, the board also ac-
knowledged staff members who
will be retiring this year. Nearly
all retirees were present to accept
their certificates, along with the
applause of those in attendance.
It was important to us to show
our gratitude to the teachers and
staff members who were retiring
this year, Mishler said. They
have all done a wonderful job in
their careers at Moorestown, and
they deserved all the praise and
applause they got.
The last bit of recognition
went to student achievements.
The board recognized the various
clubs and teams that received
honors this year, including the
state champion boys swimming
team and robotics team.
The robotics team was present
at the meeting and gave a brief
demonstration of some of the
work it has been doing in the hall
before the meeting. Board mem-
bers and attendees alike were
able to play with the gadgets.
I had a blast with the robotics
team, Mishler said. The gadgets
they brought showcase just how
hard the students have worked
this year.
In other news:
The board approved the sum-
mer programs issued by the
Moorestown Township Public
School District.
The board approved changes
to the student lunch programs in
private schools for disabled stu-
dents. Schools included Yale
School Southeast, Garfield Park
Academy and Archway Schools.
The next Board of Education
meeting will take place on Tues-
day, June 24.
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son on May 20 by defeating Ran-
cocas Valley 4-1. As a result,
Moorestown has captured the
Burlington County Scholastic
League Liberty championship. In
No. 1 singles Marc Mounzer de-
feated Nick Ciccariella, 1,0, No. 2
singles David Blatcher defeated
Damien Stahl, 2,0, and at No. 3
singles Ian Cullen of RV defeated
Alex Epstein, 1-6, 6-2, 11-9.
Both Moorestown doubles
teams won: at No. 1 Wes Bobadil-
la/Nathan Lee defeated Luke
Kasper/Brandon Stahl, 1,2, and at
No. 2 Noah Michaud/Trevor Hall
defeated Carlos Duarte/Oswaldo
Delgado, 2,1. This brings
Moorestown's final record to 18-8.
The Moorestown boys tennis
team defeated Central Regional
on May 12.
Tyler Blessing, Marc Mounzer
and David Blatcher went unde-
feated in singles matches. Alex
Epstein and Noah Michaud and
Wes Bobadilla and Ryan Zimmer
also went undefeated in doubles
matches.
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scores
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Fifteen Moorestown Friends
School students were inducted
into the Cum Laude Society, a na-
tional honor society for public
and independent secondary
schools, at a ceremony at MFS on
May 14.
The 15 inductees were seniors
Victoria Geyer, Jingwei Luo, Xue-
meng Luo, Michelle Marzoev,
Joseph Mulholland, Katrina
Savon and Yuchen Yuan. Juniors
inducted were Brett Barbin, Luke
Bianco, David Howarth, Adam
Mohsen-Breen, Matthew Scala-
mandre, William Strickland,
Carly Teitelbaum and Katherine
Thai.
Named to the Cum Laude Soci-
ety last year were current seniors
Elizabeth Adler, Eric Barash,
Lauren Brill, Ciani Green, Noelle
Smith and Daniel Zeiberg
Students are selected for mem-
bership in the Cum Laude Society
based on their cumulative record
of academic excellence in all sub-
ject areas. No more than 20 per-
cent of a schools senior class
may be selected, with no more
than 10 percent chosen during
their junior year. Moorestown
Friends School received its Cum
Laude charter in 1962.
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Special to The Sun
Front row from left: Victoria Geyer, Carly Teitelbaum, Katherine Thai,
Xuemeng Luo and Yuchen Yuan. Middle row from left: Katrina Savon,
Jingwei Luo, Michelle Marzoev, Joseph Mulholland and Brett Barbin.
Back row from left: William Strickland, Adam Mohsen-Breen, Luke
Bianco, David Howarth and Matthew Scalamandre.
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Fall 2013 semester:
Gabrielle Frank of Moorestown
has made the Dean's List.
Gabrielle is the child of Julie O.
Frank and Scott L. Frank and is a
graduate of Moorestown High
School.
Jennifer Goldenberg of
Moorestown has made the Dean's
List. Jennifer is the child of
Samuel F. Goldenberg and Kathy
A. Goldenberg and is a graduate
of Moorestown High School.
Sarah Powell of Moorestown
has made the Dean's List. Sarah is
the child of Susan Powell and
Alan P. Powell and is a graduate
of Moorestown High School.
Dana Sleeper of Moorestown
has made the Dean's List. Dana is
the child of Jeff B. Sleeper and
Carolyn R. Sleeper and is a gradu-
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recognition for achieving a 3.7 or
better grade point average and
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point average on a 4.0 scale.
Arianna K. McLaughlin, of
Moorestown, received the Legal
Studies Award at Bryant's 151st
Commencement on Saturday,
May 17. This award is for out-
standing achievement in legal
studies. She was awarded a bach-
elors of arts in politics and law,
Magna Cum Laude.
Caitlyn E. Atzinger of
Moorestown was among the 523
students who graduated at
Lebanon Valley College's 145th
Commencement Exercises May
10. The 416 graduating seniors
were joined by 29 doctor of physi-
cal therapy candidates, 78 mas-
ter's degree candidates, and 31
students who graduated in De-
cember 2013 and have now for-
mally received their degrees.
Atzinger completed a bache-
lors of science in early childhood
education.
Kings College held its 65th
Commencement Exercises on
May 18. Holly Dee Spikol of
Moorestown received a bachelors
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from over 9' pocket doors, 10' ceilings, great room, dining room
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MOORESTOWN
99 Brooks Road This home has all
the upgrades. POOLS OPEN!!
Philmont model, 4 Bedrooms, 3 baths,
2 half baths, fabulous finished base-
ment with a wet bar, media area, and
a workout room. In-ground pool with
spa. $749,000
MOORESTOWN
119 Augusta Drive Spectacular
views - this gorgeous original-owner
home is surrounded by golf course
views - 4 BR, 2 baths, 2 half baths,
Muirfield, upgraded throughout,
paver driveway, patio overlooking 6th
green. $709,000
MOORESTOWN
617 S. Saratoga Drive In the
Saratoga Glen section of Moorestown.
Bob Meyer custom-built 4 BR, 2.5
bath, center hall colonial. 1.30 acre
lot. Hardwood flooring, formal DR &
LR, French doors. Kit. & breakfast rm
adjoin family room. $689,000
MOORESTOWN
5 Sycamore Lane Immaculate Ex-
panded Eaton model, 4 BR, 2.5 baths,
cul-de-sac location! Finished base-
ment, 1st floor study, grand paver
entry walkway and back patio over-
looking large, landscaped back yard
with irrigation system! $649,000
MOORESTOWN
105 Foxwood Drive Blason Woods
Townhome with 3 bedrooms, two
and one-half baths, 2 fireplaces,
garage, full basement. Backs to
woods. Over $200,000 in upgrades.
$530,000
MOORESTOWN
11 CircIe Drive Welcome home to
this wonderful New England Saltbox
by Steward Maines! 4 BR, 2 1/2
baths, eat-in kitchen adjacent to
family rm w/sliding glass doors to
back yard w/mature plantings. Huge
living room w/fireplace. $524,900
MOORESTOWN
116 Somers Avenue Lovely 5 bed-
room, 2 1/2 bath Ravikio-built colo-
nial in Roberts Park, Moorestown.
Hardwood floors throughout, many
newer windows, cul-de-sac location.
Freshly painted interior. New granite
counters in kitchen. $499,900
MOORESTOWN
149 West MapIe Avenue Complete
rehab with addition will be a 1,900
square foot beauty! 4 BR, 2 full
baths, eat-in kit. w/island & laundry
room. A 1-car detached garage will
also be added w/walk-up attic for a
whole floor of storage. $499,000
MOORESTOWN
909 Mc EIwee Road Privacy! Beau-
tiful, impeccable ranch home on .93
acre, backing to wooded area, & on
a quiet tree-lined street. Gorgeous
newer kitchen, breakfast room addi-
tion with many windows for unob-
structed views of nature. $440,000
MOORESTOWN
324 E. Second Street Beautiful
"Cornerstone" kitchen with Granite
countertops, stainless steel appli-
ances, tile floor, double sink. Enjoy
your meals looking out through Pella
French doors. Enjoy spring & sum-
mer on the patio or porch. $439,000
MOORESTOWN
603 Windsor PIace Quiet neighbor-
hood in Moorestown, just a short walk
from Main Street or Strawbridge Lake.
Hardwood floors, newer kitchen,
newer windows, brand new HVAC.
Family room with large windows,
large screened porch. $380,000
MOORESTOWN
15 West MapIe Avenue This home
employs a wonderful blend of char-
acter and functionality in a fabulous
location. Larger than it looks, with
five bedrooms and two full baths.
Near town center. Short walk to
Baker school and park. $499,000
MOORESTOWN
6 GIadwynne Terrace Beautiful 4
BR Cornell model, cul-de-sac, 2-
story foyer, curved staircase, wood
flrs, neutral W/W carpet, wonderfully
decorated, wood floor in kit. w/island
w/granite, new SS appliances, ex-
panded breakfast room. $679,000
MOORESTOWN
436 HighIand Drive In-ground pool,
gas heated for cool days and nights.
Fenced yard has brick walkway to
Strawbridge Lake Park. Wonderful
storage off kitchen with washer,
dryer, and outside entrance. 3 large
bedrooms, 2 baths. $375,000
MOORESTOWN
38 MiddIeton Road Steward
Maines-built classic center hall 5 BR
home in NW Estates on lovely tree-
lined street. Walk to award-winning El-
ementary School. Built on 2/3 acre
beautifully landscaped lot w/irrigation
system & mature trees. $779,000
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MOORESTOWN
COTTAGE STYLE LIVING
Why pay rent when you can move
right into this well-maintained
and beautifully updated bungalow
featuring a remodeled and
spacious kitchen, updated bath,
refinished wood floors and
lovely landscaping.
$199,990
MOORESTOWN
JUST BRING YOUR FURNITURE
This nicely updated and well
maintained home offers 3
bedrooms, 2 full baths, gourmet
kitchen with custom cabinets and
granite counters, master bedroom
with door leading to a 3-seasons
room, front porch and basement.
$279,900
H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
BURLINGTON
STEEPLECHASE COLONIAL
4 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 bath home
in great condition. Beautifully
updated kitchen with granite
& travertine tile, appliances
new in 2012. Finished
basement, fully fenced yard
and in-ground pool to enjoy.
$350,000
LUMBERTON
RAMBLING CHARM
This special 3+ bedroom ranch
home with an in-law cottage is
nestled on 3.8 private acres.
Renewed & updated throughout,
features include vaulted ceilings,
3 fireplaces & new gas furnace,
roofs & detached 3-car garage.
$660,000
MOORESTOWN
BEAUTIFUL AND FUNCTIONAL
This 2 bedroom ranch home is
newly renovated. The kitchen has
stainless appliances, quartzstone
countertop, marble backsplash,
porcelain tile flooring, great light-
ing and pantry. Don`t miss this
opportunity!
$210,000
For multiple photos of these homes and
our other homes for sale, visit
www.EdgarRealEstate.com
and click on the "properties" link.
MOORESTOWN
FABULOUS LOCATION
Close to town center and located
on a tree-lined street, this charming
home features hardwood floors,
fireplace in living room, large
eat-in kitchen, versatile floor
plan, basement and garage plus
large back yard.
$354,900
MOORESTOWN
THE BEST OF OLD AND NEW
Stunning colonial in town center
renovated in 2005. 4 Bedrooms,
3-1/2 baths, large living room with
fireplace & a formal dining room.
Gourmet kitchen has granite
counters & stainless appliances.
A lovely master suite!
$789,000
CHERRY HILL
THIS ONE HAS IT ALL
Ready for you to move in,
just imagine a house that needs
nothing done at this price, a great
buy! Gorgeous new kitchen plus
new roof, windows, doors, gas
furnace, water heater, central air.
4 bedrooms, new carpet,
refinished floors.
$239,000
MOORESTOWN LOTS FOR SALE
'Buy land, they`re not making it anymore .Mark Twain
704 Chester Avenue
13 Coles Court
491-493 N. Church Street
Call for details!
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H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
MOORESTOWN
Every amenity is evident in this architectural gem built by Maines. Five
bedrooms, 4+ baths, a gourmet kitchen, handsome library, sumptuous master
suite and finished basement plus screened porch and pool.
$1,499,000
MOORESTOWN
This impeccable estate home is sited in a private enclave of 29 executive
homes. Features include 3 fireplaces, extensive Ramsay millwork & cabinetry
& Donachy designed pergola & blue stone patios & walkways.
$1,295,000
MOORESTOWN
Beautiful natural light floods through the magnificent leaded windows in
this Tudor style home situated in a park-like setting overlooking the Field Club golf
course. This home has been completely updated for family comfort & entertaining.
$2,199,000
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813 White Horse Pike Oaklyn, NJ (Rte. 295, Exit 29 - Rte. 30)
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