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The Cinnaminson Township Police Department will once again participate in the federal Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) National Takeback Day on Saturday, April 24, an effort to collect unused and expired prescriptions and medications from residents. Police Chief Richard Calabrese, in third year as head of the department, said the township has taken part in the program for at least the past five years. The annual event highlights the importance of properly throwing away expired and unused medication. “It’s very important; think about how many people leave old medication laying around in kitchen cabinets or medicine cabinets because we all naturally just push it to the side and put the newer medication in the front,” said Calabrese. “Then you’re not seeing the old medication all the time, if at all, so you’re not realizing it might have been taken until it’s too late.” Hours for Takeback Day are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the lobby of the Cinnaminson police department

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CinDel ‘C’enior Connect collects totes, crafts

CinDel ‘C’enior Connect, which aims to enrich the lives of local seniors each month with seasonal presents or individual/ social activities, is currently collecting donations for “Memory Bags for May.” This is also a crafting month, so each donated bag will include a donated craft made by a volunteer. For May, the group needs: • 500 canvas totes (at least 12” by 12”) • 500 homemade crafts (see website for guidelines and instructions)

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After stellar sophomore season, Hildebrandt eyes states Williamstown wrestling standout prepares for postseason By MATTHEW SHINKLE Sports Editor

Coach Jon Jernegan was already well aware of the lofty goals John Hildebrandt had in mind for his future by the end of last season, when he achieved his second consecutive season of 30 wins, a district title and a Most Outstanding Wrestler award. For some, it would seem like a good ending to the final two years of a high-school career. But for Hildebrandt, it’s merely the beginning as the Williamstown junior prepares for yet another postseason run as the regular season winds down. “His goal is to place in the state … I know he wants to be on the podium,” said Jernegan. “I’ve coached a lot of kids over the years, but [Hildebrandt] is probably one of the most technical kids I’ve ever coached. “I know he has it in him; he just needs to go out there and do it.” Earlier this year, the fate of a 2020-2021 high-school wrestling season seemed dim. Eventually a 15-match regular season, substantially shorter than what a typical year allows, was agreed to, with slight alterations made to an eventual postseason. Of course, Hildebrandt was slightly let down to hear of the news. For the past three years, Williamstown has a combined record of 57-18 that has bolstered

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John Hildebrandt, a junior at Williamstown High School, is preparing for another postseason run after last year’s individual district title and Most Outstanding Wrestler award. Next on his mind — a state title.

its reputation as one of the premier programs across South Jersey. Through the team’s first nine matches, Hildebrandt went 8-1, with his team going 5-4. But with less time for this year, Hildebrandt will now focus solely on training for the postseason, an effort to stay safe from injury, COVID and other issues that would make him and other individuals on the team ineligible for the upcoming district tournament. “The regular season absolutely mattered to me, but my main focus is definitely the postseason,” he insisted. “My ultimate

goal is state champion.” Earlier this month, Hildebrandt started two-a-day practices to prepare for what he hopes will be a deep run that includes a state title. This year, he’s coming in with a new mindset and at a new weight class, after capturing the 106-pound district title last season. “It’s always been a goal of mine to get bigger,” Hildebrandt noted. “It happened more naturally, gaining weight, as I got older, but I didn’t want to stay at 106 pounds because I felt like I was a little smaller. I definitely wanted to get bigger.

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“I definitely have the skills and the right mindset, but I have to wrestle well and stay focused,” he added. “This year, I’m coming in with a new mindset and I have a chance to win it all.” Jernegan says he’s seen his now 120-pounder grow this season in limited regular-season action, with Hildebrandt’s sole loss coming at the hands of Middletown South’s Jack Zaleski, the same individual that beat Hildebrandt at states last year. “Regardless of that, he’s been very dominant and improved a lot from last year and obviously gotten a lot bigger …” Jernegan

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said. “Now he just needs to stay focused and get ready for the district tournament.” While Hildebrandt’s future is unknown, an unfortunate casualty of the COVID-shortened season is the Williamstown wrestler’s chances at breaking a program record in career wins, according to the coach. That record is currently held by Anthony Racobaldo, at 142 career wins. “It’ll even be tough for him to get 100 career wins now because of this, even though he legitimately had a shot to break the program record,” Jernegan said of Hildebrandt. “I tease with Racobaldo that he’s lucky the pandemic happened, because a few guys were on the verge of having the chance of breaking his record.” Hildebrandt admits he’s eyed that record ever since getting to Williamstown High School, though it’s no longer a realistic feat. “It was definitely a goal of mine coming into Williamstown because I’m friends with Racobaldo and we’ve joked about it in the past,” he said. Hildebrandt recorded back-toback 30+ win seasons during his freshman and sophomore years; eight more wins so far this season have him sitting at 74 career wins before the postseason. If the world returns to normal next year and a more traditional wrestling season and schedule is possible, Hildebrandt should be a lock to at least reach the 100-career win milestone. But either way, Hildebrandt says his main focus remains the same. “It’s definitely a little sad knowing that I can’t really get [the career wins mark] now because of the pandemic, but my ultimate goal is states, and that’s the only thing I really care about.” ■

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Orders must be placed by April 28 The Cinnaminson Middle School Home and School Association’s Project Graduation Committee is selling lawn signs to celebrate graduating second, fifth, eighth and 12th grade students. Signs include the child’s name and are double-sided. Cost is $15, and details for pick up on May 15 will be emailed. Orders must be placed by April 28. To pay by check, complete the form available at the group’s

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County receives naloxone overdose antidote for Hope One Burlington County plans to distribute more than 600 kits of naloxone overdose antidote to individuals and families as part of continuing efforts to combat the opioid and substance use disorder epidemic. A total of 624 kits of naloxone were delivered to the County on Thursday by the New Jersey Department of Human Services and will be distributed throughout the county by the Burlington County Hope One mobile outreach unit. Each kit contains two doses of the overdose reversal drug and will be distributed free of charge to adult residents who request one and receive training. Hope One is a program run by the Burlington County Sheriff ’s Department in partnership with the Burlington County Human Services Department and Burlington County Health Department and Virtua and Maryville and Deborah staff. The unit regularly goes into county communities to help link residents with re-

covery specialists and treatment facilities. The unit also trains people on how to administer overdose antidote, known as Narcan. “Each one of these kits is a potential life saved from an early death, so we’re incredibly grateful the State of New Jersey has acquired them for us to distribute,” said Commissioner Director Felicia Hopson. “Long before COVID-19, the addiction epidemic was claiming unbearable numbers of lives, and it still is. The victims are our friends, our neighbors and our loved ones. We must do everything in our power to save those we can and help get them the support they need to recover.” According to NJ CARES data, naloxone was administered by police and first responders in Burlington County 773 times in 2020. That same year, a total of 164 people died in the county from suspected overdoses. “Distributing naloxone to police, first responders and the

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Takeback: Police to take part in DEA event continued from page 1 building at 900 Manor Road. The event will be touchless and will adhere to COVID protocols, so all residents will need to wear a mask to enter the building. Both prescriptions and overthe-counter medications will be dropped into a collection bin. Pills can be dropped off in the original container or directly into the collection box. Liquids such as cough medicine, along with other pharmacy medications, can also be dropped off, but residents are strongly encouraged to remove labels that contain personal identifying information. The annual program, in partnership with the DEA, led the Cinnaminson Police Depart-

ment to partner with Rite Aid’s KidCents Program, which is committed to supporting the safety and well-being of children in local communities by placing medical-disposal safes at local police departments to allow for 24/7 disposal of medication. Since the partnership in May of 2018, the department typically collects about 10 pounds of medication each month that is then destroyed by the police. For the annual DEA event, the department usually sees the medicaldisposal box fill up throughout the day, according to Calabrese. For more information, contact the police department’s safe medication disposal coordinator Sgt. William Obuchowski at (856) 735–2347 or wobuchowski@cinnaminsonpolice.org.

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Wednesday, April 14 Aging in Place: 10 a.m. through the Burlington County Library System via Zoom. This workshop discusses aging in place. It will review common obstacles to aging in place, professional resources and public benefits for at-home

care. Presented by Joellen C. Meckley, Esq. from Begley Law Group. Registration required. Visit https://bcls-nj. libcal.com/event/7531141 to register.

Thursday, April 15 Draw like a Comic Book Artist: Ages 8-12. 4 p.m. through the Burlington County Library System via Zoom. Draw like a Comic Book Artist” is a virtual program that will show you

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Friday, April 16

Learn About the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services: Assisting Individuals with Disabilities: 10 a.m. through the Burlington County Library System via Zoom. The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services is an agency within the NJ Department of Labor. It assists individuals with disabilities with becoming employed. This presentation will provide a brief overview of DVRS services. Registration required. Visit https://bcls-nj. libcal.com/event/7628545 to register.

Monday, April 19 Cinnaminson Township Committee meeting: 6:30 p.m. To confirm meeting time and for the agenda and more information, please visit www.cinnaminsonnj.org.

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CALENDAR continued from page 10 Schools Board of Education meeting: 7 p.m. To confirm meeting time and for more information, visit www.cinnaminson.com.

I Can Beat This.

Thursday, April 22 Seniors: Preparing For a Move: 10 a.m. through the Burlington County Library System via Zoom. 60 years and better presents a whole new set of priorities, choices and challenges to consider. This workshop will highlight various aspects of the process of moving in your senior years. Registration required. Visit https://bcls-nj.libcal.com/ event/7654925 to register. An Evening with Dr. Temple Grandin: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger’s: 7 p.m. through the Burlington County Library System via Zoom. Dr. Temple Grandin is an American scientist and activist, known for her trailblazing work for people with autism and lifelong work with animal behavior. She is one of the first people to document her insights from her personal experience as a person with autism. In this virtual program, Grandin will share these experiences, discussing the adversities she’s overcame and accomplishments she’s made. This event includes a Q&A session. Registration required. Visit https://bcls-nj. libcal.com/event/7600277 to register.

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