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Resident
questions
consulting
contract
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
A resident grilled the town-
ship council over a recent deci-
sion to agree to a contract with
a construction consulting
company for the amount of
$331,000 for the township com-
plex project.
Roger Boyell levied some
caustic comments to the town-
ship council for spending
more than $300,000 with a con-
struction consulting company
for a project that hasnt even
broken ground yet.
Why now? Why not when
construction is near? Boyell
asked. Were still several
months away.
Township Manager Scott
Carew said while construction
is still months away, there are
still aspects of the project lead-
ing up to the construction that
require the experience and ex-
pertise of a construction-con-
sulting company.
The township doesnt want
to get to a point where its
ready to begin the construc-
tion, he said, and then bring in
a consulting company that
says that several other aspects
need to be addressed before
construction begins.
Its much more prudent to
bring them in at this point, he
said, and to pay them hourly,
so as not to accumulate too
please see COMPANY, page 7
Building named after teacher
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Moorestown Sun
A longtime teacher at the
Moorestown Friends School will
be forever remembered by the
school as a new classroom will
bear his name.
The Moorestown Friends
School Committee (board of
trustees) approved a resolution to
name the schools new classroom
building on the Greenleaf proper-
ty for Neil Hartman, who taught
at the school for 33 years.
The official dedication of Hart-
man Hall will take place on the af-
ternoon of Friday, May 4, to kick
off the schools alumni weekend.
The near $4 million refurbish-
ment of the Greenleaf property
will cater to students in the sixth-
Special to The Sun
BOTTOM RIGHT: Moorestown Friends Head of School Larry Van Meter and Neil Hartman pose in front of Hartman Hall, expected to open in
April. The Moorestown Friends School Committee (board of trustees) approved a resolution to name the schools new classroom building on
the Greenleaf property for Neil Hartman, who taught at the school for 33 years. TOP: Seen is the unfinished choral room in Hartman Hall.
ABOVE, LEFT: While unfinished now, the entrance to Harman Hall is expected to be open in April.
ROBERT LINNEHAN Photos/The Moorestown Sun
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on file with the Moorestown
Township Police Department:
A resident from the 800 block of
Fernwood Road reported to police
on Feb. 25 at 10:12 a.m. that some-
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painted their mailbox with black
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An informal basketball pro-
gram for men 19 and older will be
held on Wednesday evenings from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Church
Street Recreation Center gymna-
sium.
The first of two sessions run
from March 14 through May 2,
and Session II runs from May 9
through June 27.
The fee per session is $10 per
resident and $20 per non-resident.
Pre-registration is necessary,
as well as proof of residency.
Registrations will not be ac-
cepted at the recreation center.
To register, visit www.moores
townrec.com. Visa and Master-
card are accepted. Checks should
be made payable to the Township
of Moorestown.
Call the Moorestown Depart-
ment of Parks and Recreation at
(856) 914-3093, weekdays from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with any ques-
tions.
Informal basketball program
takes place Wednesday evenings
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through 12th-grades.
The school has been at full ca-
pacity for several years now, Com-
munications Director Mike
Schlotterbeck said, and math and
science teachers have been shar-
ing classrooms and using confer-
ence room space to teach stu-
dents.
Hartman taught math for
decades at the school, but his
legacy goes far beyond just a
mere math teacher.
Neil Hartman was one of the
larger-than-life teachers who
made MFS a very special place in
the 1950s, 60s and 70s. He had a
huge influence on me and on an
entire generation of Moorestown
Friends students. Naming the
new classroom building for Mr.
Hartman is a fitting way to honor
his memorable achievements and
contributions as a teacher, coach
and person, said Larry Van
Meter, head of school and 1968
alum.
Hartman Hall will house eight
math classrooms, a choral music
suite, a faculty workroom and a
student lounge. The middle and
upper school math department
faculty will be moving to the new
facility in April.
Hartman Hall will also contain
a new technology lab, conference
room, office space and student
lockers.
Students will make the estimat-
ed 1.5 minute walk between Hart-
man Hall and the main MFS cam-
pus on a paved trail originating
just outside the tennis courts
near the field house.
Its not a goal in your life to
have your name on a building. It
was the farthest thing in my
mind. I was quite shocked, he
said.
One of the best perks though is
hearing from students and col-
leagues from his past. Many have
been writing him letters and call-
ing Hartman to congratulate him
on the honor, he said.
Hartman joined the MFS com-
munity in the fall of 1952. In addi-
tion to teaching math, he taught
scripture, science and coached
tennis. His countless extra-curric-
ular contributions to the school
include acting in faculty-student
productions, leading square
dances, co-chairing the schools
Bicentennial Celebration, co-edit-
ing the schools history published
in 1986, being a mainstay at the
lobster dinner and Dinner
Among Friends, and teaching the
May Pole Dance to scores of MFS
students.
Hartman retired from the math
department in 1985 after 33 years
in the classroom. He served on
the MFS School Committee from
1997 to 2005.
Moorestown Friends School
honors longtime teacher
MOORESTOWN
Continued from page 1
ROBERT LINNEHAN/The Moorestown Sun
Seen is the unfinished Hartman Hall, which is expected to open in
April. The Moorestown Friends School Committee (board of trustees)
approved a resolution to name the schools new classroom building on
the Greenleaf property for Neil Hartman, who taught at the school for
33 years.
Mildred Brelsford
February 19, 2012
Mildred (nee Novak) Brelsford,
of Moorestown, passed away on
Feb. 19, 2012. Brelsford was born
and raised in Newark, N.J. After
high school she worked at N.J.
Bell Telephone Company in
Newark. Brelsford met her hus-
band Harlin, who was employed
by RCA in Harrison, N.J., while
both were actors in an adult
church Christmas pageant. After
Harlin was transferred to Cam-
den, the 1939 newlyweds moved
first to an apartment in
Collingswood, and then to their
first home in Haddon Heights.
They became active members of
Haddonfield Presbyterian
Church, and Mildred joined the
Haddon Fortnightly Womens
Club. In 1949, they moved with
their young daughter, Anyce, to
what was then Delaware Town-
ship, later renamed Cherry Hill,
while continuing as members of
the Haddonfield Presbyterian
Church. At this time Harlin was
transferred to RCAs Missile and
Surface Radar Division in
Moorestown, where he then
worked for many years.
Brelsford became active in the
Ladies Auxilliary of Cooper Hos-
pital. Brelsford and Harlin both
liked playing bridge, and enjoyed
traveling, taking their daughter
on many trips throughout the
United States. Later the couple
traveled together throughout the
world, enjoying these trips and
providing lasting memories.
After Harlins death, Brelsford
joined Trinity Presbyterian
Church in Cherry Hill, where her
daughter, her husband Mark and
their children Randy and Erika
were active members.
In 1983, Brelsford moved to an
apartment in Moorestown, still
an avid bridge player and traveler.
In 1996, the Evergreens in
Moorestown became her final
home, where Brelsford continued
playing bridge and enjoying ac-
tivities there, as she was able. She
especially enjoyed being with her
family, which now included
Erikas husband Sean, their chil-
dren Ethan and Kiera, and
Randys wife Amanda and their
son Ian.
Before her death, Brelsford had
decided that contributions made
in her memory should be directed
to Parkinsons Disease Founda-
tion, 1359 Broadway, Suite 1509,
New York, NY 10018.
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in our opinion
T
heres not a lot that Gov.
Christie does that doesnt pro-
voke a heated response from
someone, somewhere. Budget cuts, ed-
ucation reform, you name it, shortly
after the governor stops talking, some-
one tears into his proposal. And thats
not a bad thing. We mention it to point
out that the governor has a habit of
diving head-first into controversy
over and over again.
However, the governor is now back-
ing a constitutional amendment to re-
form the bail system in the state. Its a
move that he calls common sense.
We agree.
The measure would allow judges to
consider such things as the defen-
dants past dangerous behavior before
sending that person back out onto the
streets, often to cause more problems,
intimidate witnesses, etc.
This is a proposal that should re-
ceive widespread, bi-partisan support.
Its a move that is long overdue. Its a
move that will keep people safe and
help law enforcement put people be-
hind bars and keep them there.
The governor points to a number of
statistics from a 2007 study by the Bu-
reau of Justice Statistics to support
his measure: about one-third of re-
leased defendants were charged with
one or more types of pretrial miscon-
duct; nearly one-fourth had a bench
warrant issued for failing to appear;
and about one-sixth were arrested for
a new arrest with more than half of
these new arrests for felonies.
Indeed, at some point, someone is
going to object to depriving someone
who is not convicted of his or her con-
stitutional rights. And thats a reason-
able debate to hold.
But well side with the governor on
this one. Defendants who have a histo-
ry of violence, who are a threat to the
community, and who are likely to try
to intimidate witnesses against them
need to be locked up.
Its time to take a stand for public
safety. Passing this amendment would
do just that.
Yes to bail reform measure
Heres one Christie proposal that should be widely supported
Bail reform a smart move
Reform could give judges an opportu-
nity to keep dangerous people off the
streets unable to commit additional
crimes or to intimidate those testify-
ing against them.
Rummage sale is March 14
at First Presbyterian Church
The 95th-annual rummage sale at First
Presbyterian Church of Moorestown (101
Bridgeboro Road) will be held on Wednes-
day, March 14, from 6 to 9 p.m.
The sale will feature clothes, toys,
linens, electronics, books, household
items, jewelry and many other items.
There will be special buys in the boutique.
Come and find your treasure.
The event will be extended into Thurs-
day, March 15, from 10 a.m. to noon for a
last chance bag sale.
All proceeds benefit various charities.
Core exercise program
on Thursday mornings
The Moorestown Department of Parks
and Recreation will sponsor a be strong
and flexible core exercise program on
Thursday mornings from 9 to 10 a.m. on
the third floor of the Church Street Recre-
ation Center.
The session runs from Thursday, March
29 through Thursday, May 24, (no program
April 12).
Be strong and flexible is designed to
strengthen the core and overall body
strength, balance and flexibility. The pro-
gram is based on a mix of yoga, pilates and
strength training.
The program will be conducted by Cindy
ODonnell, and will include a fee of $99 for
residents and $109 for non-residents for the
eight-week program. Participants should
bring a mat and a water bottle.
Registration can be completed at
www.moorestownrec.com. Visa and Master-
card are accepted. Checks should be made
payable to the Township of Moorestown.
Lenten organ recital series
at The Evergreens
The Evergreens, a continuing care re-
tirement community in Moorestown, will
host a special Lenten organ recital series of
recitals, featuring different organists from
several area churches.
The recitals will be held every Tuesday
afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in the Emilie Crock-
er Williams Chapel at The Evergreens.
The schedule of the organ recitals is as
follows:
Vernon Williams, of Trinity Episcopal
Church in Moorestown, will be featured on
Tuesday, March 13.
Glenn Rodgers of First United
Methodist Church in Moorestown, will be
featured on Tuesday, March 20.
James Roman of Westminster Choir
College in Princeton, will be featured on
Tuesday, March 27.
Each performance will be held at 1:30
p.m. in the Emilie Crocker Williams
Chapel at The Evergreens, 309 Bridgeboro
Road, Moorestown.
Each recital is free and open to the pub-
lic. Seating is limited and available on a
first come, first-served basis. Those inter-
ested in attending are required to
R.S.V.P. in advance to reserve seat(s) by
contacting The Evergreens directly at (856)
439-2060.
Chandler Travis Band
in concert on March 16
The Chandler Travis Band will be in
concert on Friday, March 16 at the
Moorestown DeCafe. Travis plays with a
nine-piece band.
DeCafe provides a warm coffeehouse en-
vironment for great music in an intimate
setting surrounded by art. The Perkins
Center for the Arts is located at 395 Kings
Highway.
Doors open 7:30 p.m.; concert starts at
8:15 p.m. A $15 admittance includes coffee,
tea and treats.
For tickets, call 235-6488 or visit
www.perkinscenter.org.
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much cost, and not lose a step in
the process.
Most of the money we pay
them will be in the construction
phase, but the township will use
the consulting company to get
ready for that phase, Carew said.
We all want to make sure that
this is done correctly. There are
decisions that must be made now,
and I feel comfortable letting a
company give us input that has
worked in the township with suc-
cess in the past.
Mayor John Button agreed
with Carew and said the town-
ship needs to work together as a
team to make sure that this proj-
ect is successful and stands for
decades to come.
Grayhawk, he said, has had
tremendous success in the town-
ship in the past.
In other township news:
Bids for the fields project have
been delayed by one week, Carew
said, as the township and recre-
ation groups brought bid specifi-
cations back in to include two
other types of artificial turf.
Carew said when the bids were
originally published, they only
contained one type of artificial
turf for the fields. Three more
were included in the new bids, he
said, which should save thou-
sands of dollars on the final proj-
ect.
This will bring in a larger pool
of bidders and thus make the
project more competitive, Carew
said.
COMPANY
Continued from page 1
Company was hired for expertise before
construction begins, says township manager
WEDNESDAY
March 7
FOR ALL
CONTACT of Burlington County
Volunteer Helpline Training: Volun-
teers needed! 10 a.m. to noon. No
experience needed. Training ses-
sions include active listening, crisis
skills, self-awareness and data com-
ponents. For more information call
Rena Milligan at (856) 234-5484 or
visit www.contactburlco.org.
Environmental Advisory Commit-
tee meeting: Moorestown Library
meeting room. 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.meetwithgod.com
or call 235-0450 for more informa-
tion.
Overeaters Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 10 a.m. Call (609) 239-
0022 or visit
www.southjerseyoa.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.
FOR CHILDREN
Childrens story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call
608-1904 for information.
Three-year-old story time:
Moorestown Library. 9:30 a.m. and
1:30 p.m. Call 234-0333 to register.
THURSDAY
March 8
FOR ALL
Sustainable Moorestown: 7:30 p.m.
at William Allen Middle School audi-
torium. Join members of the
Moorestown Economic Development
Advisory Committee and Environ-
mental Advisory Committee at the
kick-off meeting for the Sustainable
Moorestown program. Sustainability
is a concept that involves all aspects
of community life and is a way for
every member of the community to
contribute to the good of the whole.
There will be a steering committee
appointed by the Township, along
with committees to address inter-
ests. Questions, email Tom Ford at
tford@moorestown.nj.us.
Moorestown Town Council budget
meeting: 8 a.m. in Town Hall confer-
ence room. For more information
visit www.moorestown.nj.us.
Moorestown Running Company
group run: 115 West Main St. next to
Peter Pan. 6:30 p.m.
FOR CHILDREN
Make a Duct Tape Wallet: 4:15 p.m.
at Moorestown Library. Registration
required. Visit www.moorestown.
lib.nj.us/ to register.
Four- to 5-year-old story time:
Moorestown Library. 9:30, 11 a.m.
and 1 p.m. Call 234-0333 to register.
Canine story time: Moorestown
Library. 7 to 8 p.m. Call 234-0333 to
register.
FRIDAY
March 9
FOR ALL
AARP Tax Help: Appointments
from 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Appoint-
ment required; call Sharon Leinheis-
er at 235-0912 ext. 3016 during nor-
mal business hours. Participants
dont need to be over 65 or an
AARP member to use this service.
FOR SENIORS
AARP bowling group: Laurel
Lanes, Rte. 73 in Maple Shade. Call
778-7467 for information.
FOR CHILDREN
Teen Night: Church Street Rec
Center. 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Childrens story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. Call
608-1904 for information.
SATURDAY
March 10
FOR ALL
Benefit Recital: Moorestown School
of Music faculty members will be the
featured artists in a benefit recital
at 7 p.m. For information, call (856)
235-7565 or email info@msmnj.org.
Tickets $25 for adults; $5 for 18 and
under.
FOR CHILDREN
Girls Love to Read: 9:30 a.m. at
Moorestown Library. Grades two
and three. Enjoy a reading of Cam
Jansen and the Mystery of the
Stolen Diamonds. Afterwards,
search for clues on a scavenger
hunt around the library and make a
jewelry craft. Presented by sixth
grader Amanda Cooper.
SUNDAY
March 11
FOR ALL
Historical Society of Moorestown
Library: Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1
to 4 p.m. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
Sunday Worship: HOPE Communi-
ty 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 Commu-
nity House. 10 a.m.
FOR CHILDREN
Main Street Kids LIVE!: HOPE
Community Church. 10:29 a.m.
Ages 4 to 12. Call 235-8077 or visit
www.hope-ccm.org.
MONDAY
March 12
FOR ALL
Overeaters Anonymous: St.
Matthew Lutheran Church, 318
Chester Ave. 7:30 p.m. Call (609)
239-0022 or visit www.southjer-
seyoa.org.
Ham Radio Club meeting: St.
Matthews Lutheran Church. 7:30
p.m. Call Frank at (609) 386-
5906.
A Course in Miracles: The Center
for Conscious Living. 7 p.m. Call
722-5683 for information.
FOR CHILDREN
Baby Time: 9:30 a.m. at
Moorestown Library. For children
under 2 with a caregiver. Siblings
welcome. Join for stories, rhymes
and songs just for babies. No regis-
tration required.
Time for Twos: 11 a.m. at
Moorestown Library. For 2-year-olds
with a caregiver. Siblings welcome.
Join for 30 minutes of stories,
rhymes and songs. No registration
required.
TUESDAY
March 13
FOR ALL
Free Demonstrations at
Moorestown School of Music: 9:30
a.m. Call (856) 235-7565 to reserve
a spot. Spring classes begin March
23. Visit www.msmnj.org for more
information.
Creative Writing Workshop: 7 to 9
p.m. at Moorestown Library. Led by
local author Camille DeAngelis.
Historical Society of Moorestown
Library: Smith Cadbury Mansion. 1
to 4 p.m. For more information visit
www.moorestown.com/history.
American Legion Post 42 meet-
ing: Moorestown Estates, 1205 N.
Church Rd. 7:30 p.m.
Moorestown AARP Chapter 2143
meeting: First United Methodist
Church. Noon.
Horticultural Society of South
Jersey meeting: Cherry Hill Com-
munity Center, 820 Mercer St. Call
Rita at 428-5975 for more informa-
tion.
Toastmasters: Noon. Contact Dave
Balinski at dlbalinski@yahoo.com
or 380-4701.
Alzheimers support group: Care-
One Harmony Village, 310 N. Stan-
wick Rd. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Contact
(609) 276-0248 for information.
FOR SENIORS
Evergreen Senior Womens Club:
New Albany Recreation Center.
Noon to 3 p.m. Call 662-8752 or
235-0912 ext. 3026 for information.
Mens Senior Citizen Club: New
Albany Recreation. Center 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Call 866-9155 for informa-
tion.
FOR CHILDREN
Kindergarten Story Time: 9:30
a.m. and 1:15 p.m. at Moorestown
Library. Stories, rhymes and crafts
for kindergarteners. Registration
required.
Childrens story time: Barnes and
Noble, East Gate Square. 11 a.m. For
questions of more information, call
608-1904.
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The Moorestown Friends
School Middle School MATH-
COUNTS team won the Ocean
chapter competition held on Sat-
urday, Feb. 4 at Ocean County Col-
lege.
The team of Lilla Butterworth
(Merchantville), Kieran McMe-
namin (Burlington), Samuel Mil-
ligan (Cherry Hill) and Joshua
Murdy (Hainesport) placed first
among 10 teams.
In the individual competition,
Joshua Murdy placed second
overall in the individual competi-
tion and Samuel Milligan placed
10th. Five other MFS mathletes
competed as individuals: Zachary
Day (Marlton), Anisha Pande
(Hainesport), Priya Patel (Cin-
naminson), Braeden Sloan
(Moorestown) and Margaux Vel-
lucci (Hainesport). All students
are eighth-graders.
The MFS team and Murdy now
advance to the state MATH-
COUNTS competition to be held
on Saturday, March 10 in Somer-
set.
The team was coached by Mid-
dle School math teacher Kathi
Bernard, along with volunteer
coach and MFS senior Karan
Hiremath (Columbus).
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School math team wins Ocean
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The Perkins Center needs a bit
more than $7,500 more to begin
painting at the facility.
Representatives report the
group has currently raised
$32,461 of the $40,000 goal to re-
paint the exterior of Perkins Cen-
ters Moorestown home.
The center received $15,000
from a grant from The 1772 Foun-
dation, $10,000 from Holman Au-
tomotive and $5,000 from the
Moorestown Breakfast Rotary.
Some $2,461 has come from in-
dividual donations within the
Perkins Center community, and
with just a few more theyll be on
their way to completing the cam-
paign.
To chip in to this effort with a
donation, just click on the Do-
nate Now box on Perkins Cen-
ters homepage at www.perkins
center.org. The goal is to secure
the funds for the project by April
1, which is less than six weeks
from now.
Repainting Perkins Centers
1910 Tudor Revival main house
and 1930 Craftsman Style car-
riage house is critical to preserv-
ing these historically important
buildings and to the continuation
of the important work that goes
on inside.
The proposed renovation will
include stripping the old paint
down to the original wood, minor
repairs and new paint on the two
structures.
Please contact us for more in-
formation about this project or
about the programs offered by
Perkins Center for the Arts.
The center is located at 395
Kings Highway, Moorestown. Call
235-6488 for more information on
the program.
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Members of Moorestown Crew
participated in a recent indoor
rowing competition at Haddon
Township High School. Indoor
rowing races help teams and indi-
viduals see the results of their ef-
fort and work over the winter, in-
door, conditioning season. The
gym is lined with erg (rowing)
machines and an electronic board
that will allow coaches and spec-
tators to track the progress of
each rower over the course of the
2,000-meter race.
Rowers are accompanied by a
coxswain or coach to help them
keep them focused, fast and push-
ing for a personal best in their
time. Meanwhile family, friends
and teammates clap and call out
words of encouragement. At the
end of the race, rowers are spent
physically and mentally.
Moorestown Crew had a great
showing.
The mens varsity and novice
squads placed second in the team
competition, narrowly missing
first place to Christian Brothers
Academy, while the womens var-
sity and novices captured the top
team spot.
Will Van Fossen posted the
fastest time of the day for the
team with a 6:38.5 time, which
garnered him a silver medal,
placing second in the mens high
school light weight category.
Andrew Hendrickson placed
third, capturing the bronze medal
for the same category. Also finish-
ing in the top 10 of the high
school mens lightweight were
Will Roman (4th) and Brian
Regan (9th). Jacob Henry took
top honors in the mens high
school open weight category win-
ning a gold medal with a time of
6:39.0.
Gabrielle Martin had the
fastest womens time of 7:50.3
placing first in the womens high
school light weight category. Also
placing in the top 10 for this cate-
gory included Peyton Conrey
(6th), Jessica Buck (8th) and Katie
Stevens (10th). Claire Wixted took
the bronze medal placing third in
the high school womens open
weight category. Sam Trivinia
and Olivia Perham finished 8th
and 9th respectively in the same
category. Another highlight of
the day was Jessica Farbers first
place finish in the high school
womens novice category. Other
novice women in the top 10 finish-
ers included Kelly Bowman (4th),
Cassandra Pendino (6th), and
Sofia Gabin-Legato (8th).
The teams coxswains also par-
ticipated in a 1,000-meter race
called the Coxswains Chal-
lenge.
In this case, the tables are
turned and team rowers cox or
coach the coxswains who spend
the majority of the season help-
ing their boats go fast without
rowing with an oar.
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Cooper 125 Gala on March 24 will
benefit Cooper Cancer Institute
The Cooper Foundation of
Cooper University Hospital will
hold the Cooper 125 Gala on Sat-
urday, March 24, at the Hyatt at
the Bellevue in Philadelphia.
The Gala is being hosted by
Sandra and George E. Norcross
III, chairman of the board of
Cooper Health System, in celebra-
tion of the hospitals 125th an-
niversary.
The event will raise funds to
support the new $100 million
Cooper Cancer Institute, which
will break ground in Camden this
spring.
The Cooper 125 Gala is going
to be one for the history books, as
we toast a legacy and forge a des-
tiny, said Susan Bass Levin,
president and CEO of the Cooper
Foundation. All proceeds from
the Gala will support the Cooper
Cancer Institute, which will bene-
fit cancer patients across the re-
gion by offering advanced diagno-
sis and treatment options in a
modern and sophisticated med-
ical setting.
The new, 100,000 square-foot
Cooper Cancer Institute is the
centerpiece of the hospitals $50
million capital campaign and will
allow Cooper to expand its cancer
services to ensure South Jersey
residents have access to compre-
hensive care without having to
leave the state.
Once complete in 2013, the
Cooper Cancer Institute will
bring its range of centers and
programs together on one site,
just steps away from the hospital
and the new medical school.
The construction of the Cooper
Cancer Institute is a significant
milestone in Coopers tradition of
outstanding achievement a tra-
dition that began in 1887 with the
opening of a four-story, stone
building with just 30 beds to serve
the indigent population of Cam-
den.
Today, Cooper offers a full-
range of health services in Cam-
den and the surrounding suburbs
including prevention, primary
care, specialty ambulatory servic-
es, and all levels of inpatient
acute care and sub acute care.
Grana is an honorary co-chair
of the Cooper 125 Gala along with
Francis Spitz, M.D., deputy direc-
tor, Cooper Cancer Institute; Jef-
frey Carpenter, M.D., chief, De-
partment of Surgery; Tamara La-
Couture, M.D., chief, Radiation
Oncology; Joseph Parrillo, M.D.,
chief, Department of Medicine,
and David Warshal, M.D., head,
Division of Gynecologic Oncolo-
gy.
The honorary host committee
members are Donna and Rick
Forman, of Cherry Hill; Judith
and Charles Heuisler, of Cherry
Hill; Kathleen Sweeney Jass and
Daniel Jass, M.D., of Cherry Hill;
Kim Whelan and Christian Leom-
porra, of Moorestown; Irene and
Brian Kelso, of Shamong; and
Lynn and Sal Paolantonio, of
Moorestown.
The Cooper 125 Gala begins at 7
p.m. at the Hyatt at the Bellevue
in Philadelphia on Saturday,
March 24, and will include a
silent auction and tribute per-
formances to musical giants in-
cluding Tina Turner, Donna Sum-
mer and Lady Gaga.
Tickets are $400 each and can
be purchased by calling the Coop-
er Foundation at (856) 342-3003 or
visiting www.CooperHealth.org/ga
la125.
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Prudential Fox and Roach, RE-
ALTORS salutes sales associates
from the Moorestown office for
being office leaders for the month
of January.
MaryAnn Stack has been rec-
ognized for listings.
Licensed since 1979, Stack, as-
sociate broker and relocation spe-
cialist, is a recipient of the Top of
the Rock, Chairmans Circle and
Circle of Excellence Awards. She
is also a member of the NJAR
Distinguished Sales Club.
Stack is a long-time resident of
Moorestown.
Rich Jordan has been recog-
nized for volume and units.
Licensed since 1985, Jordan is a
recipient of the Circle of Excel-
lence, Top of the Rock and PREA
Legend Awards. He is a member
of the Million Dollar Sales Club
and is a 12-year resident of
Moorestown.
Realtors
recognized
for January
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Sales Associate
Cell: 609.315.8067
101 Augusta Drive, Moorestown $744,000
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!
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121 Greenleigh Ct, Merchantville $289,000
Move in Ready: Custom expanded 2 story Cape. Spacious 1st flr br, 2 additional BDs &
3 full baths. LR & DR boast h/w flrs, new paints & natural light. Kit w/ ss apps & window
overlooking lawn. Upstairs-Could be 2nd floor Mstr en ste w/ br, Sitting area & Full Bath w/
own Ht & A/C. Screened-In Porch overlooking fenced yard. Att 2 Car Gar & Workshop w/
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Lovely 4 bedroom 3.5 bath home in Meadowview. Very large rooms include
huge top of the line kitchen, family room with floor to ceiling stone fireplace,
master suite with sitting room, princess suite, jack and jill bathroom, 1st
floor study, 3 car garage, and large deep lot. For more information on this
beautiful home contact Joan DeLaney at 856-266-0588.
3 Kendles Run Rd, Moorestown $549,900
Nestled on a private wooded acre, this immaculate Maines built home offers 4 very
generous bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Newer roof and windows, hardwood floors
throughout, 3 renovated baths, spacious family room with F/P, first floor study, large
eat-in kitchen overlooks park like yard, and a large patio to to entertain or watch the
seasons go by! For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
211 N Colonial Ridge, Moorestown $425,000
Excellent value! 3 beds, 2 full baths, Maines brick Cape Cod is situated on quiet, tree-lined street.
Timeless, sophisticated home has been updated w/ elegant Newer Kit featuring Granite, "Subway"
Tile Backsplash & Stainless Appliances. Gleaming Hardwood Floors, Anderson Windows &
Newer Paint add to the"I can just move in" feeling. Fin bsmnt provides wonderful space for Home
Office or Playroom. Paver patio & 1 car gar. Go to: www.211NColonialRidge.com.
410 Salem Rd, Moorestown $1,899,000
Exquisite home on 2 beautiful acres. 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, pool, tennis
court, 3 car garage plus one additional bay, walk-out basement, 4 fire-
places, incredible wine cellar, huge gourmet kitchen overlooking backyard,
and study that offers a sitting room. The details in this home are amazing.
For more information contact Joan DeLaney at 856-266-0588.
751 Riverton Rd, Moorestown $1,750,000
"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,
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Executive style home located on cul-de-sac in Pheasant Fields. 5 bds, 3 full BAs
& 2 half BAs. 2 story foyer w/ marble flring, h/w, 2 story FR, "Cornerstone" chef's kit w/ apps, cntr isle, granite,
eat-in Brkfst Rm, butler's pantry & DR. 1st fl br/office option w/ full ba. Bonus" rm that could be 2nd LR, exer-
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207 Stephen Dr, Cinnaminson $249,999
Vacation at home in this 3 bedroom 2 bath home with heated Sylvan pool! Offer
beautiful cherry kitchen with newer appliance package, brick patio, newer roof
and windows, 2 zone A/C, detached garage and shed, hardwood floors, 3 season
room, den, and family room featuring a brick fireplace. A must see with so much
to offer. for more information contact Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
747 Golf View, Moorestown $995,000
5 br, 4.5 home nestled on an acre located on a desirable street. Mstr BR on 1st flr; or on 2nd?
5 spacious brs, (2 on 1st flr, 3 on 2nd flr) provides plenty of versatility. Renovated eat-in kit fea-
turing 5 burner Wolf range, granite, farmhouse sink & breakfast room opens to spacious brick
& bluestone terrace w/ builtin BBQ. Great room has wall of windows overlooking green lawn.
Spacious DR & welcoming LR w/ f/p featuring marble surround. 2 car gar, bsmnt & newer roof.
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5 Fullerton, Moorestown $774,900
Northwest Estates. Beautiful, updated 4 bedroom 2.5 bath home with finished base-
ment, new kitchen with double ovens, granite, center island, warming drawer, large
eating area, french doors to paver patio, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, cathedral fam-
ily room with wet bar and french doors to patio. Don't miss this opportunity to see
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2 Cobblestone Ct, Moorestown $3,700,000
Secluded in remarkable enclave of custom homes, impeccable residence offers outstand-
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built by Gary Gardner is absolutely jaw dropping. 5 brs, 7.5 bas, 2 staircases, 6 f/ps,
5 zone Heat/AC, finished lower level, wine cellar & 3 car garage. Indoors flow out to blue-
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Ashley Ct, Moorestown $499,900
Build your dream home in the wonderful neighborhood
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not come around very often. Public water and sewer.
Call Joan DeLaney direct for details at 856-266-0588.
1 Armstrong Dr, Moorestown $749,900
Exceptional Estate Home in the lovely neighborhood of Meadowview. 4 bedrooms,
3.5 baths, plus an additional full bath in the outdoor cabana. Master bedroom with
sitting rm and double sided fireplace, finished basement, incredible outdoor space
with pool, cabana, Viking grill and burners, ice machine, granite inside and out.
Beautiful! For more information call Joan DeLaney direct at 856-266-0588.
8 Leeds Rd, Moorestown $2,059,000
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 $315,000
The charm of days gone by but with all the modern amenities you hope for. Sit on the front
porch & watch the world go by, take a short walk to Memorial Field or stroll down-town for
dinner or shopping. Life doesn't get better than this! Newer kitchen, hardwood floors, large
yard, hardwood floors, wrap-around front porch, huge dining room & abundant character.
This home is move in ready. Location, price & charm a perfect combination!
3 Sheffield Ln, Mt Laurel $389,000
Meticulously cared for and renovated large 4 bedroom 2.5 bath
home in Mt Laurel. New kitchen, roof, windows, baths, flooring
the list goes on and on. Make you appointment today to see this
lovely, well priced home. For more information call Joan DeLaney
direct at 856-266-0588.
859 Edge Park Dr, Haddonfield $399,999
Charming 3 bedroom 3 full bath brick ranch home with walk-
out basement. Beautiful location and wonderful charming
neighborhood. New kitchen, hardwood floors, freshly paint-
ed, 1 car garage. For more information call Joan DeLaney
direct at 856-266-0588.
703 Thomas Ave, Riverton $274,900
Historic Riveton and all it's Charm! Circa 1890's home with all the character but totally
updated for today's lifestyle. Offering new 50 year roof, cooper gutters, completely
rewired, chestnut woodwork, hardwood floors, granite, 4 bedrooms, beautifully finished
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18 Paddock, Cinnaminson $649,900
5 brs, 2.5 bas. "Cornerstone" Kit, Limestone Counters, 6 burner Dacor stove, Dacor double
ovens, Subzero, Asco d/w, Butlers pantry w/ d/w, wine cooler & icemaker. Library w/ Cherry
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Anastasia Kudin, 5, completed
her Suzuki Method Book 1 gradu-
ation requirements by perform-
ing a solo piano recital at
Moorestown School of Music re-
cently.
Kudin played the entire book
from memory as well as a show-
off piece, Scherzo by Dmitry
Kabalevsky.
Her parents, Oksana Kudin and
Anthony Kudin, hosted a recep-
tion in her honor after the recital.
They noted: Anastasia started
playing piano at Moorestown
School of Music when she turned
4 last October. It has been a very
exciting year and a half filled
with daily practice, rehearsals
and recitals. There were tears of
frustration and tears of accom-
plishment. We want to thank Ms.
Tina for the time and energy she
put into teaching Anastasia.
Under Ms. Tinas guidance and
patience, Anastasia grew from be-
ginner pianist to an advanced
Suzuki student.
Anastasia studies piano at
Moorestown School of Music
with Tina Schofield using the
Suzuki method, which nurtures
the students ability through en-
couragement and praise.
She is a pre-kindergarten stu-
dent of Neicy at Cherry Hill
Montessori School Moorestown
School of Music has provided
Suzuki music instruction in
South Jersey since 1998.
Music Together, a preschool
music program for children birth
through kindergarten, is offered
six days a week. The school is lo-
cated at 301 Union St.
Moorestown wrestler Paul
Johnson, 17, was headed to Ox-
ford, Pa., recently, where he was
to compete for an opportunity to
be the Pennsylvania Interscholas-
tic Athletic Associations region-
al champion for Southeast Penn-
sylvania.
If he pulls that off, the next
competition is for state heavy-
weight champion.
Johnson also plays varsity foot-
ball for St. Josephs Prep in
Philadelphia, where hes an
honor student.
Hes a good athlete, said
Pauls wrestling coach Kevin
Martin. Hes a hard worker. So
he can do both.
Martin said Johnson won the
Section 8 wrestling champi-
onship on Feb. 18, and then went
on to win the District 12 champi-
onship on Feb. 25.
That currently makes him the
top-seeded wrestler among about
60 schools in southeastern Penn-
sylvania.
Martin said Johnson is the first
student from St. Josephs to win a
sectional title in six years. Mak-
ing his achievement even more
impressive? Hes only a junior.
Johnson said hes looking for-
ward to the competition. Al-
though football is his favorite
sport, he really enjoys wrestling
which hes been doing for nine
years.
He admitted its difficult some-
times, balancing the athletics and
schoolwork.
There are only so many hours
in the day, he said. But I love the
challenge.
Anastasia Kudin performs first solo piano recital
Johnson competes at athletic association championship
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under Donnons management,
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Glorias initial foray into the
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The GFWC Womans Club of
Moorestown will present a spring
luncheon and fashion show on
March 24, at 11:30 a.m. at the
Riverton Country Club, 1416
Highland Ave., Cinnaminson. A
donation of $35 is required for ad-
mittance.
For additional information,
contact the Carolyn Weeks at
(856) 235-4684.
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faculty members will be the fea-
tured artists in a benefit recital
on Saturday, March 10 at 7 p.m.
Each instructor performing is not
only a trained teacher and regis-
tered member of the Suzuki Asso-
ciation of the Americas, but also
an accomplished musician in her
own right.
Performers are Laura Knightly
and Jennifer Mullen, violin;
Kathi Stokes, cello; and Anne Jad-
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and younger and must be pur-
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Boating basics course
on March 23 and 25
A boating basics course will be
offered by NJ Boating Safety
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personal watercraft operators for
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The course will be held at the
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Womens group meets
on March 14
The National Organization for
Women South Jersey-Alice Paul
Chapter will meet on Wednesday,
March 14, at 7 p.m., at the First
Baptist Church, 19 W. Main St.,
Moorestown.
In honor of Womens History
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submitted winning entries to the
annual Feminist Essay Contest.
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4 BR, 2 full baths, Moorestown $279,900
www.DonnaRHomes.com/5924699
A wonderful gazebo to enjoy the tranquil backyard
3 BR, 1.5 BA, Moorestown $199,900
www.DonnaRHomes.com/6013367
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4 BR, 3 full/2 partial baths, Moorestown $829,900
www.DonnaRHomes.com/5937818
Great kitchen with granite countertops
4 BR, 1.5 BA, Moorestown $229,900
www.DonnaRHomes.com/6011658
2 story foyer w/elegant staircase & sunlight galore that streams into this home.
4 BR, 2.5 BA, Delran $374,900
www.DonnaRHomes.com/6011239
Donna Richardson, Broker
(856) 866-2525 x 335
(609) 760-5874 cell
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RE/MAX Main St. ReaIty
236 West Route 38, Suite 110
Moorestown, NJ 08057
You will be swept off your feet from the grand entrance on.
5 BR, 5.5 BA, Moorestown $1,699,000
www.DonnaRHomes.com/6003913
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MOORESTOWN 4 bed, 2.5 bath colonial on in-town cul de sac street. Formal
living room w/ hw flrs, f/p. Country kitchen w/ eating area, f/p, sliders to patio
with retractable awning. Master br w/hw, dressing room, ensuite bath.
Finished basement, 2-car garage, in- ground sprinklers and mature landscap-
ing. Walk to Roberts Elementary School! Now $469,000
MOORESTOWN A Perfect 10! Feels like a model
home, this Cornell model in "the Hunt" offers
4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a vaulted foyer,
gorgeous muted palette throughout, family room
with vaulted ceiling, fireplace, and back stairway;
Master Bedroom Suite with with 20` walk-in closet,
Master Bath with Jacuzzi tub, stall shower, finished
lower level, Three car garage, beautifully land-
scaped. with contoured paver patio with pond at
back, huge Open Space area across street.
$669,000.
202 W. Main St., Moorestown, NJ 08057
(856) 235-1950
MOORESTOWN Sprawling 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath split level with large treed lot and
screened porch overlooking inground pool w/brick patio. E.I. kitchen with breakfast
bar, 31` family room with brick fireplace. Two second level bathrooms with stone
floors and walls. Huge master offers sitting room, walk-in closet. Turned garage and
fenced yard, great neighborhood, Moorestown Schools. REDUCED: $484,950.
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E-MAIL: Rltorsue1@aol.com
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MOORESTOWN Exquisite 4 br, 3 ba custom contemp nestled in your own nature preserve!
29' fam rm w/win wall overlooking in-grd pool & lush vegetation. Euro-style kit opens to adj 24'
solarium w/views of pool/gazebo. Unique main br suite offers skylights/sliders to owner deck. 25
x 23 possible In-Law suite w/balcony views of pool. 3800 sq. ft. home includes a spacious media
room, stud & dr. 2-car garage & mature trees round out this exceptional opportunity. $525,000.
MOORESTOWN 19th Century Moorestown Carriage House in 1858. Recent improvements
include a new great room addition, powder rm, laun rm & a 4-zone state-of-the-art heating & A/C
plant. Updated kitchen w/cherry cabinets, Bosch appli, & S/S Sub-Zero fridge, plus adj break
room w/fp. Original features include selected barn siding & hardware. Other features include
oversized BRs, attached 2-car garage, & a newer sprinkler system. All on .68 acre $679,000
202 W. Ma|n St. Moorestown, NJ 08053
(856) 235-1950
Catherine Williams
Sales Representative
Cell-Text: (856) 906-7466 Office (856) 235-1950 x 131
cwilliams13@verizon.net
Let my 30 years experience work for you!
52 E Central Ave, Moorestown $779,000
120 year old home is located in Moorestown & is walking dis-
tancetoalltownhastooffer.Allupdatedsystems&roofwithin
thelast10years.Kitchen,structuralsupport,upgradedheating
& electric, exterior paint, landscaping & porches within last
2years.Openfloorplanw/inlaidhardwoodoakfloors&eat-in
kitchen w/ custom cabinetry. Kitchen includes banquette seat-
ing, 48" Wolf range, Sub-Zero Refrigerator, integrated Miele
coffeesystem,butcher-blockoversizedisland&10ft.ceilings
that lead to family room w/ fireplace & over-sized windows
overlooking fenced rear yard. LR & DR now serve as a quiet
get-away sitting room & office. Upstairs: MBR boasts over
1,000 sq ft & features sitting area, walk-in closet, full bath
w/ soaking tub & shower. Additional FR & 4+ bedrooms.
Wraparoundporch&sidediningporch.
268 E Main St, Moorestown $399,900
This Folk Victorian home has new concrete side-
walks with upgraded front landscaping. Shares
borderwithHillestate,beautifultreetopview.Easy
walkingaccesstoshopping,playground,sledding
hill,andtopnotchschools.Mainstreet,butprivate
offstreet,multiplecarparking,alongwithdetached
2 car garage. Deep lot. High ceilings, hardwood
floors. Updated kitchen. 2.5 baths, 5 Bedrooms.
Four porches. Walk up attic with 8` ceilings. Full,
walkoutbasement.Plentyofstoragespace.New
basement windows, new door to storage area.
Newtanklesswaterheater.Zonedgas.
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MOORESTOWN $799,000
BEAUTIFUL CURB APPEAL! An Inviting Residence with 5 BD, 4 BA,
is situated on an approx. acre lot. Main level features expansive
Sun-Filled Eat-In Kitchen, First floor Library/Additional living quarters
with full bath, spacious FR with Wet-bar, & Brick fireplace, and Tranquil
Sunroom, walk-up Finished Lower Level, circular driveway,
3 Car Garage, and more! !
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FABULOUS Upgraded Fleetwood Model w/ approx. 3500 sq. ft. of casual elegance!
Designer details include custom moldings, wrought iron staircase, & HW flooring plus
unique Finished LL w/ custom bar & Bonus room. 1st level has 10 ft. ceilings, open
floor plan, Kitchen w/ upgraded back splash, granite countertops, SS appliances, &
breakfast bar, butler`s pantry, Formal DR, & 1st floor Library. The 2nd level features a
spacious Master suite with luxurious MB w/ frameless shower. A must see!
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MOORESTOWN
MaryAnn Stack represented the buyer in the sale of 16 Circle Drive in Moorestown!
Beautiful contemporary ranch home is full of natural light w/ an open floor plan, living room
with loft, skylights & vaulted ceiling. It offers a remodeled kitchen w/vaulted ceiling, skylight,
& ceramic flooring. Master bathroom features a soaking tub, skylight & vaulted ceiling.
It has an expanded master bedroom also w/ vaulted ceiling and leads to the patio.
Landscaped front & rear yard with mature trees creating your own oasis!
MOORESTOWN $1,185,000
FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP throughout! This 5 BD, 3 BA,
custom-built home features a magnificent Wood Mode Kitchen,
distinctive Library, spacious 2-Story Family Room with custom
built-ins, lavish first floor Master Suite with access to Veranda,
favorable Jack n Jill Bath on the second level, plus a Full-Finished
Lower Level for entertaining. All situated on over a half acre lot!
MOORESTOWN $699,900
SENSATIONAL RESORT PROPERTY!
Seated on a premium golf course loca-
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Subzero Refri gerator, Stai nl ess Steel
Appliances, and Granite countertops. A
wall of windows allows the sun to fill the
Great Room with Gas FP. The 1st floor
Master Suite includes custom built-ins
and adjoining Master bath. A Finished
Lower Level for the entire family to enjoy!
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MOORESTOWN
CENTER TOWN LOCATION
Immaculate Valley Stream
3/4 bedroom home with fully
finished lower level. This home
features an open floor plan and
new kitchen with atrium window.
Beautiful fenced yard with brick
patio for entertaining.
$348,900
MOORESTOWN
QUIET CUL-DE-SAC
Looking for a neighborhood that
offers relaxed living? This 4 bed-
room, 2.5 bath colonial is on a
wide street with sidewalks and
easy access to Pryor Park. Kitchen
with granite, finished basement,
private backyard retreat.
$675,000
H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
MOORESTOWN
A HOME WITH HISTORY
Step back in time and discover this
unspoiled Victorian sited on over
one acre with gardens and carriage
house. The stately interior
is enhanced with period details,
original millwork and doors
plus a newer kitchen.
$1,190,000
MOORESTOWN
IN THE HEART OF TOWN
Located on a beautiful street in
the town center, this fresh and
bright 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home
has many amenities including
wood floors, family room with
vaulted ceiling, 2-car garage
and an in-ground pool.
$575,000
MOORESTOWN
JUST THE RIGHT HOME
Welcome and move right in to
this beautifully decorated
4 bedroom, 2.5 bath center hall
in Moorestown Hunt offering
an upgraded kitchen with cherry
cabinets, finished basement,
study and an in-ground pool.
$615,000
MOORESTOWN
POND VIEWS
Enjoy spectacular views of
ponds and open space from this
recently renewed townhome.
Features include soaring ceilings,
hardwoods, 2 fireplaces, fantastic
master suite, private decks
plus 2-car garage.
$459,000
WESTAMPTON
TAKE IT EASY
Well maintained 2 bedroom,
1.5 bath townhouse in Rolling
Hills offers a new roof, windows
and gutters. The kitchen has plenty
of cabinet space, newer appliances
and a breakfast area.
No HOA fees!
$165,000
MOORESTOWN
SUBTLE ELEGANCE
This newer Maines built,
5 bedroom home bespeaks a
tradition of time honored crafts-
manship and impeccable attention
to detail. Features include oak
floors, two staircases, WoodMode
kitchen and walk-up third level.
$1,399,000
MOORESTOWN
IN-TOWN TREASURE
Built in 1890, this grand brick
Victorian captures a by-gone
era with high ceilings, beautiful
millwork, floors and grand
entertaining areas. The third floor
game room was home to
a ballroom with maple flooring.
$999,990
MOORESTOWN
NEW ENGLAND SALTBOX
The charm of a by-gone era
combined with the finest crafts-
manship is evident in this home
by Maines. Enjoy 3 fireplaces,
wide plank floors, updated kitchen
and newer gas furnace and A/C.
$575,000
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MOORESTOWN
TRADITION HONORED
Timeless early 1900`s colonial
with 6 bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
Originals include moldings, pocket
doors and built-ins. Enjoy a formal
living room and spacious sun-lit
dining room. Add to this a garage,
deep yard and close to town.
$595,000
MOORESTOWN
ELEGANT SOPHISTICATION
This stately 3-story all brick
estate features exceptional quality
craftsmanship and appointments
beyond compare. Enjoy exquisite
dcor and gourmet kitchen opening
to breakfast room and cathedral
ceiling family room.
$1,575,000
H O M L S I O R L I V I N G
MOORESTOWN
CARRIAGE HOME
Prestigious Laurel Creek end-unit
with 2-car garage. Custom kitchen
with green house addition, hard-
wood floors on first and second
floor, Master suite with study.
Professionally finished basement
offers a huge entertainment area.
$379,900
MOORESTOWN
SO SPACIOUS!
This classic brick center hall
colonial home has wonderful
living space with hardwood floors,
tasteful landscaping, brick patio,
mature trees and a convenient
circular driveway. One year
home warranty included.
$625,000
MOORESTOWN
LOVELY AND INVITING
Combining classic elegance and
modern sophistication, this
5 bedroom home by Dubrow offers
a 2-story marble foyer, wonderful
kitchen/breakfast room open to the
family room and sunroom over-
looking the rear grounds.
$1,150,000
MOORESTOWN
SMALL TOWN CHARMER
This all brick classic home is
nestled on a large lot adjoining
Open Space. Features of this
Maines built home include
2 fireplaces, 2 staircases and
bedrooms that open to a veranda
overlooking rear grounds.
$499,900
MOORESTOWN
CAPE COD COMFORT
This charming 4 bedroom home
with a large kitchen and sun room
has a wall of windows overlooking
a private back yard with lots
of birds in view! A hot water
heater and furnace
were recently installed.
$329,900
HAINESPORT
SPACE GALORE
Sited at the end of a cul-de-sac is
this spacious 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath
home. Features include a 2-story
foyer, rear stairs, study, vaulted
ceiling family room, master
bedroom with sitting room and
walk-out basement.
$599,000
MT. LAUREL
ULTIMATE PRIVACY
This exquisite estate is sited on
a spectacular lot backing and
siding to wooded Open Space.
This completely rehabbed home
includes 3 fireplaces, detailed
millwork, marble and cherry floor-
ing, and lavish master suite.
$675,000
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