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Amidst cheers, laughter and the crack of bats, the Rabinowitz Baseball Complex in Voorhees came alive on April 13 as the Gloucester Township Vikings Athletic Association (GVAA) hosted its opening day parade and ceremony to start the 2024 season.

Players and coaches arrived promptly at 8:30 a.m. to the field located in the rear of the Kresson Road complex. The first games of the new season began at 10:30.

The parade – a cherished tradition started by past GVAA president Larry Davies – wound its way to Babe Ruth field, where family and friends of players were able to take photos.

It was at the field that the open-day ceremony began with guest speakers, including representatives from the township police, firefighters and EMS and Mayor Michael Mignogna.

“One of my favorite days of the year is opening day for GVAA baseball,” he noted. “Seeing the excitement at the parade of the players, coaches, parents and grandparents

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GVAA baseball celebrates opening day of season

is priceless.”

“I have been part of GVAA baseball for over three decades,” Mignogna added, “and have watched it evolve into one of the finest youth baseball organizations in the state. We are fortunate to have

state-of-the-art facilities and wonderful volunteers who give their time so our kids can learn the game and have fun.”

GVAA president John Conners also reflected on the significance of the day’s events.

“The GVAA opening day pa-

rade was created by our past president … Larry Davies,” Conners said. “(It’s) a great tradition that we have had the pleasure hosting the past seven years.”

Conners – who has dedicated five years to the GVAA

board – explained the organization’s commitment to youth growth and development.

“GVAA is an amazing organization that is always striving to grow and teach our local youth,” he pointed out. “This past year, with the help of Voorhees Township, we have added lights to our AA field, revamped the dirt infields on our AA and AAA fields, partnered with USA Prime (a Westampton baseball club) to bring training to all players, and introduced new upto-date uniforms with every child’s last name on the back.”

Tamika Duckett, owner of Togetherness Catering, oversees the concession stand and snack bar during the baseball season. She was touched by the spirit of opening day.

“Opening day has made my heart smile for the three consecutive seasons that Togetherness Catering has been a vendor to GVAA,” she related.

“As a former food service manager, I have fed, made friends, and watched high-school girls mature in stature, intellectually, and through their palates. I feel like I am reliving that same experience through the GVAA organization.

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The opening day parade made its way to Babe Ruth field, where family and friends could take photos of players.

Report potholes to Camden County Public Works

Every Spring as the weather warms, and asphalt plants restart their operations, it marks the start of the Department of Public Works pothole patrol. Several crews are hitting the streets to repair the breakdown of the roads created by the winter conditions over the last three months.

This spring season, we are continuing with the county’s capital maintenance program to mend roadways and have dozens of locations that will be repaved and repaired this construction season. This program is crucial to keeping our county infrastructure in top shape and to ensure safety and ease of travel along the 1,200 lane miles of roads that run through our communities.

Camden County has an extensive schedule of road projects set for this year. These repair projects are as follows:

• Wyoming Avenue from Kings Highway to Nicholson Road in Audubon

• Berlin Road in Gibbsboro to Route 30 in Lindenwold.

• Jackson Road from Hopewell to Tremont Avenue in Waterford Township

• Old Black Horse Pike from Black Horse Pike to Chews Landing in Gloucester Township.

• Section of Erial Road from Cross Keys to Williamstown roads in Winslow Township.

• Jackson Road from the White Horse Pike to Route 73 in Berlin Township.

• Lafayette Avenue from Route 561 to Route 73 in Voorhees.

• West Fleming Pike from Route 73 to the Gloucester County Line in Winslow Township.

• Haddon Avenue from Walker to Zulker avenues in Berlin

• Berlin Road from Gibbsboro Road to Linden Avenue in Lindenwold.

• Blenheim Erial Road from East Church Street to Black Horse Pike in Gloucester Township.

• Greentree Road from Route 70 to Burlington County Line in Cherry Hill.

• Coles Mill Road in Haddonfield/Haddon Township.

• Chew Road from Pestletown Road to Atlantic Ave in Waterford Township.

• Atco Avenue from Hayes Mill Road to Route 30 in Waterford Township.

• Park Avenue from Cuthbert Road to Collings Avenue in Collingswood.

• Park Avenue in Merchantville.

• Bettlewood Avenue from Oaklawn to Collings avenues in Collingswood.

• Route 561 at White Horse Road in Voorhees.

• Intersection of Route 561, Evesham Road and Somerdale Road in Cherry Hill and Voorhees.

• Little Gloucester Road from Chew Landing Road to Blackwood Clementon Road in Gloucester Township.

• Intersection of Erial/Gibbsboro/ Berlin in Clementon.

• Westfield Avenue from 27th to 42nd streets in Camden City.

• E. Browning Road from Maple Avenue to South Park Drive in Collingswood.

• Sicklerville Road from Hickstown Road to Gloucester County Line in Gloucester Township.

• East Fleming Pike from Route 73 to Route 30 in Winslow.

• Frankling Avenue from Egg Harbor Road to Route 561 in Berlin.

The Commissioners are asking residents to report any road hazards they encounter to the Public Works Hotline (856) 566-2980. The number is answered by a live person, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Also, residents can contact DPW through the county website at www.camdencounty.com or through Twitter at @ camdencountynj or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/camdencountynj.

When residents call the Highway Department to report an issue, county personnel will come out to address the situation within a short period of time.

Berlin teacher charged with harassment

A 38-year-old Marlton resident has been arrested and charged with cyber harassment and criminal trespass after he was placed on administrative leave from his job at Berlin Community School on April 15, according to Berlin Borough police.

Teacher Scott D. Nalick was escorted off school grounds after what were described as “concerning” communications and social media posts he wrote directed at students, parents and staff, causing the school to cut off his electronic access. He also allegedly “placed a large plastic tote” behind the school, police said.

The situation escalated when Berlin and Evesham police officers conducted a

well-being check at Nalick’s residence, where he was advised to cease all contact with the school. Police allege that Nalick later drove to the residence of a school staffer outside of Berlin whom he allegedly harassed, then showed up on school grounds.

Nalick was arrested at the school and remanded to the Camden County Jail to await a detention hearing. He also faces charges of altering government computer documents, according to police.

The case prompted police to implement additional security measures at Berlin Community School, including increased

patrols during school hours and the assignment of an additional School Resource Officer. School Superintendent

Brenda Harring also asked that students who may be contacted by Nalick immediately inform an adult.

Along with Evesham police, the Berlin department was assisted by the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, Monroe Township police and school administrators. As the investigation continues, Berlin police ask that anyone with information related to the case call the department at (856) 767-4700.

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Climate change takes toll on state farmers

Once known for their fertile lands and bountiful harvests, Camden County farms are grappling with the harsh realities of climate change, including unpredictable weather patterns and increased pest pressures.

According to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), the state is warming faster than the rest of the Northeast region. Residents are already feeling effects like chronic heatwaves to intense flooding and rising sea levels.

Gov. Phil Murphy responded to some climate change concerns by issuing an executive order in 2021 that established an interim greenhouse gas reduction target of 50% by 2030. That ambitious goal is coupled with the state’s exist-

ing aim of an 80% reduction by 2050, which will necessitate significant near-term investments and comprehensive policy reforms.

The state has also developed a Priority Climate Action Plan (PCAP) as part of a Phase 1 Climate Pollution Reduction Grant (CPRG) funded by the federal EPA.

Barbara Stella, a Berlin native and owner of Stella Farms there, has deep-rooted concerns about the impact of climate change on agriculture in South Jersey. Raised on the very farmland she now oversees, Stella’s journey from farm life to teaching biology has given her a different perspective on the climate change threats facing her industry.

Stella has witnessed first hand those threats since taking over the farms after her father’s death in 1997. She

has delved into researching geo-engineering, a method said to mitigate climate change effects.

“It will prevent carbon dioxide buildup and reflect the sun’s light to prevent global warming,” Stella explained. “Two concerns of mine are the reduction of the sun’s light, evidenced by eight to nine cloudy days in a row.”

Stella is also alarmed about military jets spraying particles that are said to combat global warming, so she reached out to the state’s Department of Agriculture.

“If there are no farmers, there is no food,” she emphasized, highlighting the critical role of agriculture in sustaining communities.

As a member of the Camden County Board of Agriculture, Stella is determined to learn the reason for the aerial sprayings.

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“The spraying has to be on a large scale,” she asserted. “I am trying to figure out what they are spraying and who it is. Is it in our plants, in our soil, and in our water? I will find out.”

Despite the challenges, Stella remains committed to providing fresh produce to her

community.

“Our farmer’s market has been in business for over 100 years,” she said. “Everything we have is fresh.”

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Battered and bruised: The case that made domestic violence a cause

The recent death of O.J. Simpson brought to mind the staggering events of June 1994, when the football great was accused of killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and a friend. It was a legal case that became a spectacle.

We all know how that turned out. But O.J. Simpson’s death on April 10 inspired a nationwide rehashing of the story we couldn’t look away from – then and even now. Many of us know where we were the moment Simpson was acquitted in 1995.

But behind that history is the fact that the murder case put a spotlight on domestic violence, a still intractable crime that affects more than 10 million adults – mostly women, but some men – each year, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV).

Police made frequent visits to Brown Simpson’s home before she was killed and her ex-husband had already been convicted of spousal abuse. But that did not end her suffering: her death did.

Domestic violence hurts not just spouses or partners, but their children, of whom one in 15 are exposed to intimate partner violence each year, according to the NCADV. About 90% of those children are eyewitnesses to the abuse.

Repeated domestic violence can also have an effect on the victim’s extended family, the community and law enforcement. An abusive partner may threaten his target’s family or friends. Children who witness domestic violence bring those experiences to their schools. Ask any police officer and they will likely tell you domestic situations are their most dangerous calls.

Many believe the Simpson murder case resulted in Congress passing the Violence Against Women Act three months after Brown Simpson’s death, according to a New York Times op-ed by journalism professor Rachel Louise

Snyder. The law also established the National Domestic Violence hotline.

“At that point in time (the 1994 murders), we were still struggling to get people to understand what domestic violence was,” Rita Smith, executive director of the NCADV, told Time magazine. “And now that term – domestic violence – is something that most people understand. It’s not something that was universally known prior to those murders.”

Yet each step forward is often followed by a step backward. That may be because repeated violence against women most often occurs behind closed doors, with most cases never reported to police, according to domesticshelters.org. While just 10 to 18% of those arrested for domestic violence are arrested again within six months, 15 to 30% face a second arrest within 28 months, according to the website.

Getting out from behind those closed doors isn’t always easy either. The refrain we often hear – Why

doesn’t she just leave? – belies the fact that escaping abusive situations can result in being homeless, often with children. About 50% of all homeless women reported that domestic violence was the immediate cause of their situations, according to the National Center on Family Homelessness.

Victims are still too often not believed when they report domestic violence. Many have a hard time admitting they’re victims, according to NPR. Still others are killed before they can report the crime.

But progress has been made.

“It’s worth taking a moment to remember the ways his (O.J. Simpson’s) case – even in the light of the outcome – had profound and lasting consequences for domestic violence victims,” Snyder wrote, “for their advocates and for court systems.”

If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, call the 800799-SAFE (7233) hotline. It operates 24/7.

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Baseball: Opening day

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“Their (the players’) energy keeps me motivated and their smiles keep me coming back,” Duckett emphasized. “I hope our efforts and presence do the same for the children and the families of GVAA.”

Tiffany Cash, a GVAA baseball mom, shared her family’s experience with the organization. Her son, Cameron was part of the opening day festivities.

“It was a great day for the kids and families,” she recalled. “I feel GVAA gives kids

a safe place to learn baseball and build friendships.”

GVAA has plans for future enhancements, including the addition of a pavilion to the T-ball and K-League areas and an indoor facility for yearround baseball training.

As Conners aptly put it: “None of this would be possible without the overwhelming support of Voorhees Township and our Mayor Michael Mignogna.”

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mate change facing farmers in the region.

“The weather’s become like a dice roll these days,” he noted. “One minute it’s a drought, the next a deluge. You can’t plan for anything. Early warmth tricks the crops into starting early, then a cold snap wipes them out. It’s like starting from scratch every year.

“And if that wasn’t bad enough,” Bauer added, “the warmer weather brings on a whole new wave of pests. We

have to use more and more pesticides, which drives up costs and isn’t great for the environment.”

Bauer also pointed out the strain on water resources.

“In dry seasons, we have to increase irrigation, which is not always available for all growers,” he said. “The wells can run out of water, and the next day you can get a flood that is not even enough to fill the water table. It’s not enough to store water; it dries fast from the surface.”

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Navigating Medicare Insurance Supplements

Brian Zimmerman has been in the Insurance business since 1989, helping small business owners, individuals and seniors get Health and Life Insurance. Purchasing a Medicare plan can be extremely confusing. Every time you turn on the TV there’s a Medicare commercial or your mailbox is full of advertisements. If you’re turning 65, it’s almost impossible to figure out what plan to go with. Some of you may need help picking up Part B. I’ve been doing this for over 35 years and I represent all the carriers. I’ll make sure your doctors and hospitals are in network and your prescriptions are covered. I listen to what your needs are, such as dental, vision, hearing aids and gym membership. If your income is low, you may be eligible for extra help on RX or Medicare part B. I get paid by the

insurance company so my help costs you nothing. After you’re enrolled, I’m there to answer all of your questions. In addition to that, many of my clients need life insurance, long term care Insurance or have to roll over a 401k. I can help navigate that as well. Call Brian Zimmerman 609-238-2911 or go to http:// www.medicarenj.net

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Salem County Art Tour –May 18 &

The Salem County Art Tour is an event where artists from all over Salem County share their studios with the public for a free, two-day, county-wide event on May 18 from 10 am-5 pm and May 19 from 11 am – 4 pm.

The tour is a great way to discover the creative talent scattered throughout Salem County. Meet over 40 artists (including many award winners), explore their studios, and see their work. On the tour, you will find fine art, photography, pottery, fiber arts, jewelry, and more. Bring the children; they will enjoy our Dig Into Art locations where they can make their own artwork. There is something for all ages and wonderful items to purchase.

The Salem County Art Tour would not be possible without our many supporters. We would especially like to thank our Gold Sponsors – Masten and Ray, CM

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Energy Resources, a Family Owned and Operated store that has been in business for over 40 years...where the customer always comes first!

Unlike the big box stores, we take your job from estimate and design to satisfied customer, all under one roof! We don’t sub out our work. Although we also sell parts for any brand of gas grills, we sell top quality manufacturers’ products. Items such as gas, pellet and charcoal grills, wood stoves, pellet stoves and gas fireplaces that are meant to last for many years.

We also service all the products we sell.

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Our Hospitality Supporters offer everything you need for a weekend stay in Salem County to enjoy the tour. Already live in Salem County, then pick a nice stop for lunch or treat yourself at one of the restaurants after your day touring studios. Find more details about these supporters and more at www.salemcountyarttour.com.

If you are not able to travel to Salem County in May, consider joining us for our Holiday Artisans Show on November 16 & 17. For this event, all the artists are in one location for two days. For more information about the tour and the Holiday Artisans Show, go to the web site www.salemcountyarttour.com.

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Whether you are a homeowner looking to install a new, beautiful fireplace, or outdoor kitchen, or need work done on what you already have in place, we are your local experts! Energy Resources is also happy to work with your builder, landscaper or realtor. Our prices are competitive for quality products. Our sales people are always helpful and knowledgeable.

Think Spring. It’s grilling season! Schedule your appointment today for your Grill Service. Grill Service includes cleaning, leak check, temperature check, everything to make sure that your grill is working properly and efficiently for the season. We service all makes and models. We have a large selection of grills and accessories in stock. From Weber Grills to the Big Green

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Singer-songwriter – and TV mogul –John Eddie ready to rock Resorts

To those who remember when singer-songwriter John Eddie regularly played up and down the Jersey Shore, his Saturday gig at Resorts Casino-Hotel may not seem like a particularly big deal. But seeing the Cherry Hill native on the Superstar Theater stage will actually count as a rare sighting.

“We stopped playing, obviously, during COVID; I hadn’t played until last summer,” offered Eddie during a recent phone call to his Nashville home. “I did a couple shows at (Asbury Park’s famed Stone Pony), one in Philadelphia and one at Ram’s Head (in Maryland) and that was it.

“I love playing, but it’s a different beast for where I’m at in my life now than it was when I was younger. So, I’ve only played four gigs in the last four years.””

What’s also different, he continued, is the musical marketplace. When he said he always looks “at the writing on the wall,” he was referring to the tribute-band explosion of the past decade or so. Whether the venues are theaters, clubs or casinos, acts that recreate the music of a specific band or solo artist tend to take up large chunks of the performance schedules.

“The tribute bands are really killing it,” Eddie noted, using the verb in a positive way. “I do a couple of covers in my shows, but it’s mostly original (material). It’s not like it was back when we first started (in the early 1980s). Everyone was trying to be in original bands back then. But now people want to hear songs they know.

“I’ve seen some of these tribute bands,” he added. “It used to be you’d look down on them with dis-

dain, but they’re really good and they really put the work in. I’m just like another audience member when I go see them: I want to hear a song I know, too. So I enjoy seeing them. It’s just not something I’m good at.”

As it turns out, Eddie – who has gained a loyal cult following with his gritty, roots-rocking music and heartfelt lyrics often tinged with a sly sense of humor – had another, far more glamorous excuse for cutting back on his musical performances the past few years: In 2023, Netflix streamed 10 episodes of “Agent Elvis,” a for-adults animated series in which Elvis Presley is portrayed as a super spy working for the U.S. government.

Eddie created and developed the show – the original pitch was “Elvis Presley directed by (“Pulp Fiction” director) Quentin Tarrantino” – with Mike Arnold, a writer for the FX series “Archer”; and the King’s ex-wife, Priscilla, whom Eddie first met some 20 years ago when he was the opening act on two tours headlined by Presley’s daughter Lisa Marie. The series’ star-studded cast included Mat-

thew McConaughey (as Elvis), Kaitlin Olson (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”) and Don Cheadle.

Despite receiving generally good critical and Internet buzz, the series was not renewed for a second season.

“I was co-show runner and cohead writer,” Eddie explained. “So that was a pretty heavy workload. We were working like 10 hours a day for three years on it. I was blessed to have it during COVID, because I didn’t have to play “to earn a living.”

While Eddie is likely disappointed that “Agent Elvis” wasn’t renewed, he certainly appreciates what a huge accomplishment it was to pitch a “crazy idea” to Priscilla Presley back in 2012.

“It would blow my mind when they’d go, ‘We sent the script to Matthew (McConaughey); he wants to do it,’” Eddie recalled. “And I’m like, ‘Really? Matthew McConaughey wants to be in this first thing I’ve ever done for TV?’”

Working with Priscilla Presley and the “Agent Elvis” cast was not Eddie’s first time rubbing elbows with big-time celebrities. On multi-

ple occasions through the decades, he has been joined onstage by Bruce Springsteen. The first time was in 1982 at Big Man’s West, the Red Bank nightclub owned by the late Clarence Clemons, the E Street Band’s beloved saxophone player.

As he recently posted on his Facebook page:

42 years ago today … it was Easter Sunday … the first time Bruce jumped up on stage and played with us … There were like 11 people in the audience … I was 22 years old and the guy who changed my life at age 14 with his words and music was standing next to me singing with me and my band … We played ‘Long Tall Sally,’ ‘Rockin All Over The World,’ ‘Proud Mary’ and ‘Carol’ … The next day my face hurt … I couldn’t figure out why … Then I figured it out … It was from smiling so hard the night before …Thanks for the kickstart Bruce

While Eddie, who has had his songs recorded by the likes of Kid Rock, Sammy Hagar and Keith Urban, has severely cut back on performing and is mustering most of his time and energy for future TV projects, his fans needn’t worry they’ve heard the last of him, musically speaking.

“I still write, and I’m planning on putting out a new record,” he promised. “I have no thoughts that I’m gonna have a hit record, but I write songs for myself that aren’t good for pitching to other artists.

“So I’m gonna put out another record once I figure out what songs I want to put on,” Eddie added. “I’m blessed; I still write. I could never stop writing music, even if I wasn’t putting it out. My phone has 3,000 songs on it that I wrote. I’m not saying there are 3,000 good songs. But I have 3,000plus songs on my phone.”

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Resorts Casino-Hotel has obviously found success with its series of interactive comedy-murder mysteries based on the popular television series staged by Philly-based Without a Cue Productions. The latest offering is “A Dundie Demise: An Office Whodunnit,” whose setting and characters are taken from the sitcom “The Office.”

The program – for which audience members solve a homicide committed during the annual Dunder-Mifflin interoffice awards ceremony – debuted earlier this month and will be repeated this Saturday; Saturday, May 4; Saturday, May 18; and Saturday, June 1 and 8. For tickets, go to resortsac.com/entertainment-and-shows.

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Atlantic City has a hometown entry in an upcoming episode of “Guy’s Grocery Games,” hosted by celebrity chef and AyCee casino restaurateur Guy Fieri. Leslie Daniel, executive chef at Kuro, the Asian-focused eatery inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City, will compete Wednesday for a $10,000 grand prize on the Food Network cooking competition series. The show airs at 9 p.m.

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The Perfect Getaway at Hard Rock Atlantic City

Get ready to experience the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. Set on 17-acres, with the legendary Atlantic City Boardwalk as its backdrop, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City will dial up the AC excitement with world-class entertainment and a music vibe unlike any other.

Those looking to unwind can visit Rock Spa & Salon, the #1 Spa in New Jersey as voted by Jersey’s Best. Putting a twist on classic treatments, Rock Spa features 31 newly-designed treatment rooms, including two Rhythm & Motion rooms designed to refresh the mind, rejuvenate the body, and re-energize the spirit.

Experience live music 365 days a year, 7 days a week. From our exciting vibe stages to world-class entertainment, there is a vibe for everyone. This summer, don’t miss Kelly Clarkson on May 10 & 11, Heart on May 24, Snoop Dogg on June

1, Patti LaBelle and The Commodores on June 2, Frankie Valli on June 22, Kesha on July 3, and Bush on August 23.

Boasting more than 15 food and beverage offerings, our restaurants feature innovative menus and highlighting fresh, world-class cuisine and award-winning wine lists. Council Oak Steaks & Seafood offers USDA prime cuts and delectable seafood selections. Kuro Japanese Craft Kitchen features a variety of dishes with imported ingredients directly from Japan. If you’re looking to indulge in an endless array of seafood, visit Fresh Harvest Buffet every Thursday for our seafood night featuring snow crab claws, salmon, clams, oysters, mussels and much more. Youyu Noodle Bar hosts Happy Hour every day of the week with half price specialty cocktails and shareable plates. Hard Rock Atlantic City has a food and beverage offering for everyone.”

The Original Pic-A-Lilli Inn

The Pic-A-Lilli has been nestled on Route 206 for almost 100 years, and the same family has owned and operated the restaurant for seven generations. The staff is the REAL “Pic Family”, they are always ready to cater to your family. With the warmer weather approaching, the Pic Patio features live music, family games, and Firepit Fridays. Friendly dogs are always welcome! Upcoming Pic Patio events include Sunday May 5 th , a Craft Fair featuring local artisans, Friday, May 24 th , 102.9 WMGK’s Andre Gardner Hometown Show, Broadcast Live! Sunday, June 9 th is the Annual Rodz & Wings Classic Car Show, and a Christmas in July Party mid summer. Enjoy the tunes from talented local musicians Friday through Sunday inside and out.

Stop in, or stop back on your way to the shore, camping, ca-

noeing , whatever your summer entails to enjoy the award winning wings, tails, and ears, famous crab soup, clams casino, crab cakes, chicken pot pie, prime rib, fresh seafood, and more! Always serving ice cold craft beers and featuring local wineries. Delightful homemade features for Moms, Dads & Grads. Call to order Party trays for pick up or inquire about catering at your location. Monday is Trivia Night, Tuesday is Game Show Palooza and as “King of the Wings,” All You Can Eat Wings every Wednesday from 5-9 PM! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram & Tik Tok!

Fun, authentic & nostalgic, take the trip to the Pic! Pic-A-Lilli Inn, 866 Route 206, Shamong, NJ 08088 609.268.2066 www.picalilli.com

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Casino Night for a Great Cause

Join us for a fun-filled evening of games, prizes, and excitement at a Casino Night Fundraiser benefiting the St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Jogues and St. Neumann Churches. The event will be held on Saturday, May 4th (6:30 – 11 pm) at St. Isaac Jogues’ Parish Hall at 349 Evesboro-Medford Road, Marlton.

The St. Vincent de Paul Society provides basic living necessities, such as food, rent, utilities, and car repair, to those in need in our community. Assistance is available to residents in Mt. Laurel and Marlton without consideration of religion, race, sexual orientation, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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tables and enjoy delicious food and libations with friends and family. Hor d’oeuvres, served until 8:30 pm, and beer, wine, soda all evening, are included. Tickets are $50, which includes $100 of casino chips. Tickets sold at the door will include $50 of casino chips. Additional chips can be purchased at the event. While cash is preferred, that evening we will also take credit cards and Venmo. Tickets can be purchased after April masses at St. Isaac Jogues, at the Parish Offices of St. Joan of Arc and St. Neumann Churches, at Marlton Diamonds & Fine Jewelry 300 Greentree Road, and at Cherokee Car Care 135 E. Main Street, Marlton. You can also use the QR Code in our AD to purchase Tickets on-line.

Casino games include blackjack, roulette, craps, Texas-Holdem, and a money wheel. Must be 21 to enter. There will be a 50/50 drawing, with the winner announced at 10:45 pm (no need to be present). So far, the pot is over $1,540.

Prizes include concert tickets Bruce Springsteen/Sting/ Green Day), Don Perignon champagne, a golf 3-some with the Member @ Fiddler’s Elbow CC, Coach and Michael Kors handbags, an Ipad pro , Phillies baseball tickets, and more. Proceeds will support the important work of the St. Vincent de Paul Society in our community. Don’t miss this opportunity to have a blast while making a difference!

Be Mobile this Spring!

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Here at Allrite we offer a wide variety of new, pre-owned and refurbished mobility scooters, power wheelchairs, power lift chairs, power lift recliners, accessories and repairs.

Allrite Mobility has been delivering results since we opened in early 2017. Our goal is to provide tremendous value and a superior customer experience to all of our consumers. Our company has a knowledgeable staff experienced in all makes and models of electric scooters and power wheelchairs. We want you and loved ones to ‘Be Mobile Again’ and are here to assist with all of your mobility

We buy pre-owned mobility scooters and power wheelchairs that are no longer needed or are not in use. Our technical staff rigorously tests each scooter and power wheelchair

and performs maintenance and repairs to refurbish it to work like new. Every mobility scooter we sell comes with the scooter manual, an electric charger and the added benefit of huge savings.

Does your mobility scooter not hold a charge for as long as it used to? We also carry a wide range of mobility batteries in store from Deep Cycle, Gel and AGM that will have you up and running like new in no time at all.

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Allrite Mobility performs repairs on all makes and models of electric and manual scooters and wheelchairs, from missing or bad armrests, worn out or replacement seats, replacement tires, brakes to repairing electrical systems.

Do you have a favorite color or are you a big sports fan? We love when people make requests to personalize their scooter to better suit their needs!

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LAUREL won “Best of Burlington County” awards in 2020, 2021,2022, & 2023. Located on Route 38, our office is committed to providing the highest quality hearing healthcare. Mark Halford and Dr. Tiffany Berth recognize their responsibility to the community to develop and implement comprehensive and cost-effective hearing healthcare which benefits our patients.

Hearing Center of Mount Laurel works with top hearing aid companies Starkey and Phonak to offer standard or rechargeable hearing aids that provide outstanding sound quality, background noise reduction and tinnitus management. They can stream calls and other media directly from phones and TV’s. We also have mini-microphones and remote controls for patients with more difficult situations. Starkey’s newest hearing aid, the Genesis AI, has been gathering rave reviews from happy patients and hearing aid providers alike. Genesis AI features integrated sensors and artificial intelligence for superior sound quality, connectivity and fitness tracking. Phonak’s newest aid, Lumity, offers personalized noise canceling, speech enhancers and universal Bluetooth connectivity to multiple smart TV’s and cell phones at the same time. Save up to $1,000 on a pair of rechargeable Starkey or Phonak devices when you bring in our ad from this newspaper. Our practice offers free hearing tests, consultations and demonstrations to people who want to hear and understand better. We help them identify the hearing aids that best suit their lifestyle,

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Hearing Center of Mount Laurel provides ongoing service and support as our patients start their journey to a better quality of life. See our ad in this paper for more information. If you or a loved one is struggling to understand, please call Mark and Tiffany at 856-234-8844 for an appointment.

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ite, which means comfortable yet functional tables and chairs within close proximity to the BBQ grill are a must.

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The Shoppes at Medford Mill

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The Shoppes at Medford Mill. We are an Artisan’s Co-op housed in the landmark tapestry mill built in 1908 by one of Medford’s founding fathers. We offer over 60 artisans and vendors under one roof. The Mill is in the center

of a new revitalization of Medford. The Shoppes of Medford Mill won the 2022 and 2023 South Jersey Magazine “Best Of The Best” for Shopping Destination. The Mill is within walking distance of a variety of local restaurants, breweries, historic homes, and shops. Park downtown or

The bold, bright tones from 2024 are being replaced this year with softer, slightly muted colors. Buttery hues are supplementing lemon yellow, lime green is being taken over by avocado, and those brilliant reds are tempered down into rust or gray tones. All furniture from Viking comes fully assembled and they offer hassle-free delivery throughout the Midlantic Region, including down the Jersey shore. As an added bonus, if you hurry in now, you’ll be able to take advantage of some special pre-season pricing. Visit us at 123 E. Main St. in Maple Shade. behind the Mill for your hassle-free shopping experience.

After a long week, come unwind in Medford start with dinner at the Shoppes at Medford Mill. We are open Tuesday through Sunday at 11am and stay open later, at weekends. Come enjoy dinner at one of our local family-owned restaurants, coffee houses, breweries, and family-owned winery. Then take a short walk down Charles Street with your brew and experience everything the Shoppes have to offer. After picking up your one-of-a-kind goodies, end your night out back in our private garden for a little down time under the lights. We look forward to seeing you!

Don’t forget to come back every First Friday of the Month when you can shop late and enjoy special discounts throughout the town. Don’t forget Food Truck Night (held on the 3rd Thursday of each month) and many more Main Street events held throughout the year. A few examples are the Art Wine & Music Festival, Fall Fest and the Annual Dickens Event.

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The 13th annual Night of Hope

The 13th annual Night of Hope (formerly Hope Gala) will be held Friday, May 3rd, 2024 at The Community House of Moorestown starting at 6:30 pm.

The American Cancer Society’s Night of Hope promises an evening of connection, entertainment, delicious food and drink, a spectacular silent auction, and dancing all in support of the American Cancer Society’s life-saving mission. This unique event brings together top South Jersey businesses, health and community leaders for one amazing night.

Since 2012, Hope Gala has raised more than $1.7 million to fund the American Cancer Society’s mission to improve the lives of people with cancer and their families through advocacy, research, and patient support, to ensure everyone has an opportunity to prevent, detect, treat, and survive cancer. The event committee is thrilled

to be continuing the incredible tradition and legacy of Hope Gala as it debuts its new form, Night of Hope.

This year’s honoree and recipient of the first annual Robert R. Kugler Memorial Mission Impact Award will be the award’s namesake, Robert R. Kugler. Robert devoted his life to family, friends, and the myriad causes about which he cared deeply. Using his platform as a lawyer, Rob served on the board of the American Cancer Society, raised funds for groundbreaking research, and played an essential role in passing the Clean Indoor Air Act through his work with ACS CAN. The event committee is thrilled to have members of Robert’s family in attendance on May 3rd to accept this award on his behalf.

Guests will also hear from Danielle Massi, recipient of this year’s Survivor Hero Award. Danielle is a best-selling au-

thor, international keynote speaker, SELF(ISH)philly Conference Founder, and Cofounder of Modrn Wellness, a holistic healing center in Philadelphia. As a cancer survivor, she has worked to help bring awareness and funding to The American Cancer Society through the ResearcHERS Program and the I Love You, Get Screened campaign.

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FIRST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH

Berlin Borough Council meets at 4:30 p.m. in the Berlin Borough conference room at 700 North St. to deliberate agency business for the 2024 calendar year.

SATURDAY, MAY 11

Day at the Beach Basket

NO ONE GETS A DIPLOMA ALONE.

If you’re thinking of finishing your high school diploma, you have more support than you realize. Find teachers and free adult education classes near you at FinishYourDiploma.org.

Greater Berlin Business Association Meets every first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Marie Fleche Memorial Library, first floor adjacent to children’s room. The library is located at 49 S. White Horse Pike and parking is in the rear by the library entrance signs.

FOURTH WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH

Berlin Board of Education has established the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. for regular meetings at the Berlin Community School Media Center or cafeteria at 215 S. Franklin Ave.

The Friends of the Marie Fleche Memorial Library are selling raffle tickets for a day at the beach themed basket. Stop by the library during our normal business hours to purchase some tickets. Ticket prices are $1 each or 6 for $5.00. The drawing will be held that Saturday. Proceeds from these tickets help support the library. Go to the library website: www.berlinborolibrary.org to see a photo and a listing of all the great items that are included in the basket.

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Send information by mail to: Calendar, The Berlin Sun, 130 Twinbridge Drive, Pennsauken, NJ 08110. Or by email: news@theberlinsun.com

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