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12:30 PM-Introduction to Microsoft Excel

2nd All Day-LIBRARY CLOSED: Labor Day

16th 5:30 PM-Resume Seminar

3rd 10:30 AM-Computers for Seniors 6:00 PM-Teen Meet

17th 5:30 PM-Tuesday Lego Club

5th 10:00 AM-Introduction to Computers 11:15 AM-Introduction to Internet 12:30 PM-Introduction to Email 7th 1:30 PM-Saturday Afternoon Craft 2:00 PM-HELP: Technology Support Group 9th 7:00 PM-Real Book Talking 10th 5:30 PM-Book Adventures: Franny K. Stein, Lunch Walks Among Us 12th 10:00 AM-Introduction to Microsoft Word 11:15 AM-Introduction to Microsoft Power Point

18th 6:00 PM-Bedtime Math: Party in your PJs! 19th 10:00 AM-Introduction to Computers 10:30 AM-Thursday Preschool Storytime 11:15 AM-Introduction to Internet 12:30 PM-Introduction to Email 21th 2:00 PM-Happy Birthday Pigeon Party! 23rd 2:00 PM-Financial Literacy Workshop 24th 6:00 PM-Teen Meet: Candy Sushi 25th 5:30 PM-Family Book Bingo

Noyes Museum September Events No Sweat Yoga with Naida Burgess Thursdays: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Art At Night Thursday night events all end at 8:00 pm unless noted otherwise. September 5: Open Sketch Night, 5:00 pm September 12: Antique Collectors Club Meeting Featuring Joe & Judy Courter - “An Evening with Fred and Ethel Noyes,” 7:00 pm September 19: Meditation with Luanne Anton, M.S., 6:00 pm September 26: Artist Talk with Victor Grasso, 6:30 pm Afternoon Acoustics Sundays: 1:00 - 3:00 pm Young at Art Gallery: Opening Reception - Homeschoolers Art Exhibition Thursday, September 5: 6:00 - 7:00 pm Apple Drying Basket Workshop - SCOSA Saturday, September 14, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Noyes at 30, Annual Benefit Gala Saturday, September 21, 6:00 - 9:00 pm Creative Writing Workshop Series: Memory in Poetry & Creative Nonfiction - SCOSA Fall Series - 3 Saturdays: September 28, October 26 & November 23 Creative Sparks: Kinetic Sound Sculptures Saturday, September 28, 1:00 – 2:00 pm

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Galloway Township School District What’s Happening Orientation Dates: • Preschool Orientation: September 4; 2:00pm • Kindergarten Orientation: September 4* *Note: you will be notified of orientation times by your child’s school Other Reminders: • The first day of school is September 9, 2013, and is a FULL DAY for all students! • Free/Reduced Meal Applications are due September 9, 2013 Roland RogersBack to School Night – Thursday, September 19th (6:30 pm Smtihville Elementary • Kindergarten Orientation September 4th • First Day of School September 9th- Full Day • Back to School Night September 24th • No School September 26th • School Spirit Day September 28th

Cub Scouts of Galloway Sign Ups Join the Cub Scouts of Galloway! Boys 1st grade up are invited! Make new friends and have fun! Get a chance to learn archery, swimming, camping, and much more! Wednesday, September 25th at 7pm at the Atlantic Scout Service Center 500 East Fairway Lane Galloway NJ 08205. Anyone that signs up that night will get to receive a discount on uniform parts at the scout shop. If you have any questions call 609-272-6820 X 51

A photo from the Galloway Carnival

Galloway’s Rachael Pagano Wins International Award Hard work and a good attitude pay dividends. Rachael Pagano, a Galloway local and small business owner, has won the 2013 Emerging Leader of the Year Award by the multinational networking group known as the eWomenNetwork. Going up against notable competition from across the country, Rachael’s steadfast

dedication to her profession and an ever enthusiastic attitude toward learning and development has earned her an international title and the recognition of business professionals throughout the country. Her business, Escape Beauty Boutique, on Route 9 in Smithville, in addition to its top quality spa and salon services, now sports an internationally recognized award as a testament to hard work, talent, and drive.

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Paul V. Orecchia Widener University School of Law JD, Legal 1989 – 1991 The George Washington University - School of Business B. of Accy., Accounting 1983 – 1987 609-404-1500

Galloway Community Services Information About Galloway Events and Community Programs

Call Beth or Jen 652-8657

PHOTO RETOUCHING SERVICES Blemishes Removed & More Plus Large Format Printing on Canvas and Cloth 609-780-7432

Senator Chris Connors District 9 NJ State Senator For Galloway

Dr. Nina Radcliff Board Certified Anesthesiologist, a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, and licensed to practice medicine in California, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey

Senator Chris Connors Introduces Expansive Veterans’ Initiative: The New Jersey Servicemember’s Civil Relief Act

Forked River: In concert with their continuing efforts on behalf of veterans, Senator Christopher J. Connors, Assemblyman Brian E. Rumpf and Assemblywoman DiAnne C. Gove have introduced legislation (S-2839) to update, modernize and bring in line with existing federal law the benefits and protections afforded to military servicemembers and their dependents. The 9th District Delegation’s initiative, entitled the “New Jersey Servicemember’s Civil Relief Act,” would repeal and replace the New Jersey Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act of 1979 to expand the definition of those who are protected under state law by reconciling differences between State and federal law. “This legislative initiative would bring State law into line with the federal Servicemember’s Civil Relief Act in order to ensure that New Jersey servicemembers are afforded appropriate protection under State law,” said Senator Connors, who serves on the Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee. “Among those issues covered under the legislation are rental agreements, security deposits, prepaid rent, eviction, installment contracts, credit card interest rates and mortgage foreclosure.” Connors, Rumpf and Gove were the authors of the recently enacted law that protects sevicemembers’ parental rights by prohibiting permanent changes in custody arrangements for deployed military personnel. “As more of our veterans return home, there is a better understanding of the complications these individuals encounter through no fault of their own,” said Assemblyman Rumpf. “Unquestionably, we have a serious obligation to provide legal protections to accommodate servicemembers who may be prevented from resolving matters, such as a violation of their rental agreement, due to the tremendous demands of military service that can include overseas deployment.” Assemblywoman Gove, who serves on the Assembly Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee, remarked, “Essentially, the legislation is intended to postpone or suspend, if necessary, certain civil obligations to relieve stress on servicemembers and their families. Given the serious nature of military service, servicemembers need to be able to devote their full attention to their military duties. Equally important, the legislation’s key provisions are intended to deter unscrupulous persons from tying to take advantage of servicemembers’ deployment as an opportunity to defraud servicemembers or deprive them of their rights.” Additional protections provided under the Delegation’s legislation for servicemembers include: · Protections against default judgments which cannot be properly defended by reason of military service; ·

Relief from contracts that cannot be performed due to military service;


A maximum six-percent rate of interest on debts incurred before military service;


Protections against liens for storage, repair, and cleaning of property and effects;


Protections regarding life insurance, professional liability insurance and health insurance;


Reservation of land rights provided under federal law.

American Legion Post 28 25th Annual Beef & Beer Saturday, Sept 21st 4:00 – 7:30PM Roast Beef Dinner $12.00 Includes French Fries - Cole Slaw Baked Beans Hot Dogs Available Tickets from any Legion Member or Walt Krouse 641-6786 4:00 to 7:30 on the Legion Grounds New Jersey & Mill Road, Absecon

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Heart Smart: Taste the Rainbow! We recently learned that our former President George W. Bush underwent a stent placement in his heart vessel to relieve a blockage. This news struck a chord with a number of people for a number of reasons. He was personified as a healthy outdoorsman and was often photographed jogging and chopping wood. Mr. Bush is also considered a “young” man. For most Americans, age 67 is only two years after we plan on retiring. Our golden years should be spent enjoying, traveling, dancing at our children’s weddings or playing with our grandchildren. Nowhere in the American dream is it written that we should work hard all of our lives only to deal with heart disease during retirement. I frequently tell my patients that although you cannot change your genes, you can change your lifestyle (or in other words how you should style your life). You have control over it. In addition to exercising regularly and being active, eating healthy can have innumerable benefits for your heart. Similar to how a financial planner would advise that you should start saving now for tomorrow, the same can be applied to eating healthy. Or as Thomas Jefferson stated: “Never put off tomorrow what you can do today.” When thinking about heart healthy foods, I like to use the term “taste the rainbow.” Eating across the spectrum of colors when it comes to fruit and veggies can provide vitamins, nutrients and fiber that can decrease your chances of heart disease and allow you to live longer. 1. Red • Tomatoes, watermelon. Lycopenes are a pigment that gives certain fruit and vegetables their red coloring. It is also a powerful antioxidant that can decrease the fatty plaque buildup within blood vessels that decrease or block blood flow (known as atherosclerosis). • Red wine (in moderation). Resveratrol is believed to prevent damage to blood vessels, reduce “bad” cholesterol and prevent blood clots. 2. Orange • Citrus (oranges, tangerines, clementines, grapefruit). Fiber works like a very sticky glue inside your intestines to bind cholesterol and decrease its absorption into your body. Citrus is also rich in Vitamin C, an antioxidant and can help decrease atherosclerosis. • Salmon. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to increase “good” cholesterol (known as HDL) as well as lower blood pressure, the incidence of blood clots and triglyceride levels. 3. Yellow • Bananas. Potassium is a critical electrolyte that is important for salt and water balance in your body. Consequently, it is important for blood pressure regulation. • Popcorn. Polyphenols are antioxidants that can offset atherosclerosis. 4. Green • Bell peppers, asparagus. Decreases homocysteine, an amino acid that is associated with heart disease. • Leafy greens are a powerhouse when it comes to heart health. They are full of nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants. So Popeye was not just strong, but he probably also had whistle clean arteries. 5. Blue • Blueberries. Anthocyanin dilates blood vessels and decreases blood pressure. These tasty little berries also have one of the highest antioxidant capacities among all fruits, vegetables, spices and seasonings. 6. Violet • Cabbage. Antioxidants, antioxidants and more antioxidants means decreased atherosclerosis. • Raisins. These dried up grapes contain a chemical that fights bacteria in your mouth. But what does oral bacteria have to do with your heart? These bacteria could otherwise travel to your heart vessels and bind to fatty plaques and worsen blockages. 7. Brown (disclaimer: this is not a color of the rainbow, but has some important food items) • Dark chocolate. Flavanols create a blood thinning effect that decreases the risk of forming blood clots. Not that we need an excuse to eat dark chocolate! • Nuts. Phytosterols resemble cholesterol, but somehow reduce cholesterol levels in our bodies. Rules of thumb 1. Increase fruit and veggies and “taste the rainbow” 2. Decrease processed foods, sodium, and trans fats

KLINE CONSTRUCTION AND PURDY COLLISION CENTER TO HOST BLOOD DRIVE SEPT 3RD AT PURDY COLLISION CENTER 805 3RD AVE FROM 6:30 AM TO 11;30 AM 12th Annual William Kennedy Memorial Golf Tournament to Benefit the Elwood Volunteer Fire Company and the Wescoat Family SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 2013 Mays Landing Country Club 609-929-6110

Galloway Senior Center August 5th Diabetes Management 10th Trivia 11th Bingo 12th Learn Italian 18th Movie day 19th Bingo 25th Hearing Screening Center Hours Mon-Fri 9 to 4 Call 568-5073 For More Info

Galloway Patriot Sept 2013