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Township couples to dance with the ‘stars’ for fundraiser Contest has netted more than $1 million for the school district By EMILY LIU The Sun

EMILY LIU/The Sun “Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars” will be directed by Drew Molotsky and produced by the township education foundation’s President Eleanor Stofman (above) on May 22 at Cherry Hill West.

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The Cherry Hill Education Foundation (CHEF) is bringing back the township’s “Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars” on May 22 in person after a cancellation in 2020 and a virtual show last year. Proceeds will benefit the Cherry Hill Public Schools. The Hollywood-themed show will feature 12 couples competing for most creative, best technical and best overall dance couple as decided by a panel of five judges, who this year include Mayor Susan Shin Angulo, Superintendent Dr. Joseph Meloche, RJ Portella, Cherry Hill West Principal, Dr. Toni Damon and actor and ballroom dancer Brian Fortuna. The firstplace trophy will go to the couple who raises the most money for the show. “Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars” began in 2008 as a way to fundraise for the school district. Eleanor Stofman, the education foundation’s president and a participant in this year’s show, said she was inspired by her love of dancing and the television version of “Dancing with the Stars.” Themes have included a Disney-inspired “Enchanted,” a

Western show featuring a live horse and “We are the World! A Cultural Celebration of Our World and Community.” The 2019 performance involved students and staff from each district school singing and dancing together. The first year, Stofman paired teachers and students from Cherry Hill East and West to compete, and paired those without experience with professional dancers. This year’s cast continues that tradition with notable pairs that include Stofman and local dance instructor Alan Saperstein; Rosa International Middle School math teacher Jodi Raditz and Blaze Dalio, a chorus and music teacher at West; 11year old ballroom dancer Tavit Murray from Thomas Paine Elementary and his 12-year old partner, Sloan Avery Salvatore; and 13-year old Kaelan Faria from Rosa Middle School, dancing with his mother, Dr. Mechelle Faria. “Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars” has been the foundation’s most successful fundraiser for 14 years, but this year will be the last show directed by Drew Molotsky and the last organized and produced by Stofman. Both are please see STARS, page 4

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continued from page 1 stepping down from their positions, Molotsky from director and Stofman from president of the foundation. Stofman will remain on the board as a volunteer and will be succeeded by Jon Cohen, a current vice president of the nonprofit foundation and an active participant in “Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars” both past and present. “I think he’ll be a wonderful spark,” Stofman said of Cohen. “He has been a wonderful vice president. … I decided this is really the time to move on for new ideas and different ideas, maybe bring more students involved.” The show’s future will be up to both the new board president and director. The foundation has successfully raised more than $1 million in grants and donations for the school district while bringing the community closer together

through the show. “It’s a great show,” said GregH Gagliardi, event MC and a jour-t nalism teacher at East. “It re-F ally comes together and as muchb work as it is … I think the com-a munity needs something likem this because there’s no othera event that anybody runs in Cherry Hill that involves so many people. “It’s really the only show in town in that regard,” he added, “so I hope in some way it continues.” To see the full cast or to purchase tickets online, visit https://bit.ly/3w4rtqL. BIRTHS Did you or someone you know recently welcome a baby into the family? Send us your birth announcement and we will print it, free of charge.


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Senior Citizen Spring Fling to take place on June 9 On Thursday, June 9, Cherry Hill Senior Citizens are invited to Cherry Hill’s Senior Spring Fling at Croft Farm. There will be lunch, entertainment, music and socializing. To receive a meal, attendees must be present, a Cherry Hill resident and over

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• Prohibited are almost all plastic carryout bags like those found at grocery stores; paper bags, but only in larger supermarkets or big-box stores with sizable grocery sections, such as Target and Walmart; and most plastic foam food containers and cups. (A restriction on plastic straws went into effect in November: They can only be provided at a customer’s request.) • All New Jersey retail, grocery, and pharmacy stores, along with restaurants and other food service businesses, are banned from giving out single-use plastic bags, as well as foam containers, with exceptions. Trash can liners, heavy-duty contractor disposal bags and other plastic garbage bags will still be available, as will sandwich and freezer bags. Again, we’re mostly talking about the smaller carry-out versions. There are some caveats. Paper bags such as those for lawn care or leaf collection will still be sold in grocery

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‘Conversations That Matter’: Protect yourself and loved ones On May 24, the Legislative Offices of Senator James Beach, Assemblyman Lou Greenwald and Assemblywoman Pam Lampitt (along with Volunteer UP Legal Clinic, Camden County Surrogate’s Office and the NJ Department of Treasury) will be hosting Conversations that Matter: a community educational series designed to provide you with vital information and resources on various issues facing New Jersey families at no cost. If you were recently married, had a child, purchased a home, or are nearing retirement, it is important that you

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Board of education discusses updates to ongoing projects Topics include updated dress code, elementary-school redistricting By EMILY LIU The Sun The May 10 board of education meeting began with recognition of the many students who earned a seal of biliteracy over the last year in Spanish, French, Chinese, Latin, German, Arabic, Polish and Korean. The seal signifies that the students speak two or more languages at a proficient level. Superintendent Dr. Joseph Meloche congratulated them and noted that some of the languages are not offered in the district, so students learned on their own through family and cultural centers. The theme of celebrating different cultures continued throughout the meeting as one student called in to ask about giving students three days off for Eid, a Muslim holiday. Board member Corrien Elmore-Strat-

ton echoed that during the discussion on reviewing future calendars. For calendars currently under review, board member Rosy Arroyo made the case to celebrate Three Kings Day, or the Epiphany, on Jan. 6 to incorporate the Latino community, rather than having an inservice day in March between Martin Luther King Jr. Day and spring break. “When I presented it a year and a half ago to discuss, that was the reason why,” Arroyo said. “To incorporate Latino culture. It’s not that we don’t do a good job of it in the district, but I’d like to see more of it, and I think that would be just one more aspect of supporting our Latino community.” The meeting also focused on ongoing projects and issues. Regarding school start times, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Kwame Morton will expand the commit-

tee on the subject to include parents and representatives from the elementary schools. It expects to have a recommendation for the board by January 2023. On the issue of physical education/health, Meloche explained that local districts expect to build their curriculums around the state standards. He anticipates information on the updated curriculum will be shared publicly in August. “There should never be a mystery about what’s being taught (or) what that looks like,” he said. Assistant Superintendent LaCoyya Weathington discussed elementary-school redistricting, noting that there were four areas being considered on how to redistrict the schools based on the board of ed’s previous discussions. They included cleaning up the map “to make it make sense,” having special programs across

the district in different buildings, making transportation more efficient and minimizing student disruption. Weathington noted that the district is not trying to have the same special programs at each building, but rather shifting programs to those that don’t have programs at all. Adding new programs will change the number of kids who can be at any given school because the number of available classrooms will be impacted. The school dress code, known as “Dressing and Grooming,” was also up for discussion. Board member Jennifer Fleisher said the policy committee acknowledged the need to update the code because of its negative bias towards female students. “(Girls) can receive conduct infractions because of the clothing styles, and we talked about how it’s very difficult to buy cer-

tain clothes,” she explained. The committee also discussed the impact of the dress code on students who express their gender identity differently at graduation, an issue it hopes to address in focus groups. While no action was taken, the policy committee agreed to strike “action” from a policy that would remove a board member after he or she misses three consecutive “action” meetings, as the line between work and action sessions have been blurred over the years. Also up for discussion was the creation of a new policy regarding virtual attendance. Of the two options being considered – two times a year or once per quarter, excluding extenuating circumstances – the latter was more favorable to the board. The next board of education meeting will be on May 24 at 6:30 p.m


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Township council shares updates on tree ordinance draft Measure prioritizes replacement and establishes fund

After several weeks of waiting, a long-awaited update of Cherry Hill counci’s tree ordinance draft was presented at a May 9 council meeting by the township’s director of community development. Cosmas Diamantis announced that the existing ordinance would be repealed and replaced if the updated draft is approved on second reading. Among key differences between the draft and the current ordinance are: Establishment of a tree fund used specifically to purchase and plant trees or remove dead ones Requiring a tree permit from public works for planting in the public right of way (the green strip in front of the sidewalk) and for the removal of any trees for commercial applicants. Resi-

dents will have to submit a treepermit application to remove more than three trees, unless they are an “imminent threat.” There will be a one-to-one tree replacement for each tree taken down. For trees ineligible to be replaced on site, commercial applicants must contribute to the tree fund at $300 per tree; residential applicants will pay $175 per tree. Removal of the planning board from the process. Tree permits applications will now be reviewed by the director of public works. The ordinance also notes that according to the American Forests organization, Cherry Hill has a Tree Equity score of 87 out of 100, “which indicates whether there are enough trees in specific neighborhoods or municipalities for everyone to please see TREES, page 11

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Friends of the Cherry Hill Public Library CHPL Board President Art Simons accepts a proclamation on behalf of Jim Gibson, recognized by township council for his volunteerism and service to the library. He was unable to attend the council meeting .

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The past two years have been a whirlwind for Eastern sophomore Zoe Goldberg. Growing up, she lived and breathed soccer. So having played on the pitch for the first 10 years or so of her athletic career, she had dreams of continuing in the sport as she got older. But just when you think you know where you’re headed, life can throw a curveball. Often what matters is how you respond. Upon reaching Voorhees Middle School, Goldberg went out for the track team with her friends with the goal of being a sprinter, perhaps doing the 60-meter or 100-meter dash, something she thought would ultimately translate onto the soccer field when the fall season came back around. Goldberg didn’t make the sprint team. Instead, after asking the coach to be placed elsewhere on the team, she found her way into shot put and discus in throws. So began Goldberg’s response to life's obstacles. “From age 10 and on all I did was really play soccer, so if you had asked me what I thought the future would look like for me, I would’ve told you I’d be playing soccer at Eastern [High School] and in college and even be a professional soccer player oneday, that’s all I could see myself doing,” Goldberg said. “But when I first went out for track, I did it because some of my friends did and, in truth, I only really saw it as a way to build up my endurance in preparation for

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the soccer season,” she added. Just a few years later, Goldberg has made throwing at Eastern her own. Upon entering high school, she went out for the track team, and for the first time was able to do javelin. Only a sophomore, Goldberg has already heaved some pretty big throws despite her smaller stature and youth. So far, her personal record is 137 feet, 7 inches, accomplished at the West Deptford Relays earlier this season. The toss, at that time, put her at the top in the state and in the top 25 all-time for South Jersey javelin throws. She made Camden County history, too; Meanwhile, Goldberg is about 11 feet short of the Vikings’ school re-

cord. The marks that she’s hit in only her second year have been nothing short of spectacular, according to Eastern head coach Mike Tangeman. “It’s simply amazing sometimes to see the marks that she hits at these meets, because it’s a discipline generally where guys or girls are typically better when they get to their junior or senior year,” he said. “It involves strength and explosiveness and things like that, so it's rare to have someone throwing so far so early. “It’s fun watching people's reactions, to see them hear that she’s only a sophomore.” In only the team’s first scrim-

mage freshman year, Goldberg hit 75 feet against Audubon, a moment that throws coach Alec Sherman remembers vividly. At that point, he was immediately aware that Goldberg was going to be an athlete to watch. As both seasons progressed, the coaching staff ’s expectations for what Goldberg could accomplish at year's end have constantly evolved. “After that first scrimmage, we were ecstatic,” Sherman said. “She threw 75 feet her first time out … We couldn’t wait to see where it went from there. By the end of the season, she had made it to the Meet of Champions and was hitting 117 feet. It just felt like, and still does feel like, she’s

constantly one upping herself. “At this point,” he added, “it’s hard to set numerical goals anymore, because she’s constantly surpassing them.” As sectionals draw closer, Goldberg has stopped setting goals for herself in terms of distance. She knows what she can hit on a good day and is committed to throwing farther. But the added pressure of fixating on a specific distance is something Goldberg isn’t interested in doing. Instead, she continues to enjoy her early success and looks forward to what might be in store. “If you had told me before the season that I would’ve hit the marks that I did in the first two weeks, when they were honestly my end goals for the season, I wouldn’t have believed you,” she said. “If I was still focusing on goals in terms of distance, I might lose that sense of fun that javelin has given me the past two years,” she added, “because you can only hit new marks for so long.” Goldberg has since quit soccer and took up volleyball in the spring before focusing on lifting and training during the winter before track season. It wasn’t long ago when she saw soccer as her main athletic focus, but after the past two years, it’s safe to say javelin is where she’s most comfortable. “It felt like a difficult decision at first, but I quit soccer so that I could commit more time specifically to track,” she explained. “Giving it up, although it was tough, was definitely for the best, because javelin has just swept me away.”


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please see OBITS, page 13

General Employment

SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS

WANTED NOW HIRING • CDL TRAINING! Positions Available NOW! $22.25 per hour

REQUIREMENTS: Valid NJ Drivers License • At least be 21 years of age Must be able to pass a DOT Physical • Pass Drug Test • Background Check

NM-00469747

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7200 Park Ave Pennsauken

CALL 856-665-2662

WE ARE HIRING DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS

Pay Rate $17.25 per hour

QMA Hiring Policy Regarding COVID-19 QMA provides vital and innovative daily living services to people with developmental disabilities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We continue to remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic and are HIRING continuously. The people we serve need staff who are compassionate and supportive like YOU! Thank you for your interest in joining our team! QMA is hiring in Burlington, Camden and Cumberland Counties

Requirements for Direct Support Professionals:

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Apply Online at qmainc.com/careers

NM-00492947

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20 THE CHERRY HILL SUN — ZONE 2 — MAY 18-24, 2022

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Includes 2 FREE PILLOWS

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(see store for details)

50% OFF

Adjustable Beds

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On Additional Pillows & Mattress Protectors

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SAVE UP TO

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50 RECLINERS ON DISPLAY!

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$

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Over 50 Dinette Sets On Display

Solid Wood!

899

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$

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125TH ANNIVERSARY

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SOFAS

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$

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(Rte. 295, Exit 29 - Rte. 30)

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MON-SAT 10AM-6PM • SUN 12PM-6PM

*CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY ADVERTISED PRICES