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Leadership on the line

Fire chiefs talk safety at annual conference in the township

The Eastern Division of the International Association of Fire Chiefs (EDIAFC) sponsored its two-day 2024 annual conference on the weekend of May 10 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Mount Laurel.

A portion of the proceeds was donated to the National Fallen Firefighter Foundation. The EDIAFC represents fire chiefs from New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia.

“The conference is held every year,” said Chief Jim Yates of the EDIAFC. “Some years are more successful than other years and that’s not from lack of trying by all of the states. It’s just that some are more successful than others.

“This was highly successful,” he added of the Mount Laurel conference. “We typically get, at a conference, between 50 and 75 participants. At our conference we had 240 firefighters on Friday and 140 on Saturday.”

This year’s conference theme was Leadership on the Line and it included presen -

The Eastern Division of the International Association of Fire


month included a demonstration that involved two hotel rooms in Mount Laurel set on fire to emphasize the effectiveness of indoor sprinklers.

leadership of firefighters and emergency responders around the world, and its members are the world’s leading experts in firefighting; EMS; terrorism response; hazardous materials spills; natural disasters; search and rescue; and public safety policy, according to the association’s website.

“The IAFC has a large footprint on Capitol Hill,” Yates noted. “The bills impact the fire service and public safety in general – they come from the federal government – and the IAFC has impacted them. We have legislative people on the hill all the time, and that’s been very successful.

” … The IAFC helps make sure Congress understands the value of them, and without them, a lot of local fire departments have taken advantage of those grants.”

Yates noted that absent the international fire chiefs, those grants would not materialize.

“The bottom line is, it takes money to have people on the hill doing this and the dues pay for that,” he pointed out.

The IAFC represents the

tations from prominent fire from around the country, including IAFC (International Association of Fire Chiefs) president Chief John Butler; Fairfax County, Virginia, fire rescue; past fire commissioner now managing director in Philadelphia, Adam Theil; past IAFC president Chief Kenneth Stuebing; Halifax, Virginia, fire rescue; state fire marshal Richard Mitkutsky; National Fire Academy superintendent Eriks Gabliks; and retired deputy U.S. fire administrator Dr. Denis Onieal.

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Businesses learn about county resources

Although it was a gray, cloudy morning on May 15, there was plenty of light inside the county’s human services building, as close to 100 small business owners learned about various ways to help their bottom lines.

“This is our second annual small business resource fair,” said Rob T. Wells of the Burlington County Department of Economic Development.

The fair is among new initiatives he instituted last year after being appointed director of the department in 2022.

“We also have educational seminars once a month at different locations around the county, and our goal is to attract new businesses and help sustain existing small businesses,” he said, adding

that owners and managers at the event learned about local, state and federal programs available to them.

“Burlington County is strong economically,” explained Wells, whose office is located near the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge on Route 73 North. “We are incredibly centrally located, and can reach 8.6 million people in an eighthour drive.”

Wells’ department shares a building with its partner, the Burlington County Bridge Commission’s Department of Economic Development. Helping to register guests at the resource fair was the commission’s shared-services manager Sean Hasson.

“We had 80 owners registered before today, and others have shown up,” noted Hasson, who distributed a list of the various agencies represented.

Wells, a native of Maple Shade who earned his bachelor’s degree from Rutgers-Camden and his master’s in business administration (MBA) from Fitzhburg University in Massachusetts, pointed out that problems faced by businesses include inflation and a shortage of qualified workers.

It is also a tough time “as we head into a recession,” added Wells, who worked at TD Bank for 12 years before joining the Department of Economic Development. “Small businesses tend to keep their employees longer, especially family businesses.”

Among beneficial educational seminars was one held in January, where representatives of Bowman & Company auditors shared tips on how

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“Business owners often find the returns complicated and difficult,” explained Wells, who also highlighted the fact that the county offers business loans with a capped interest of 4 to 4.5% through two county small business loan programs and the Route 130 Revolving Loan Fund program. For information on those, email

Agencies and organizations represented at the resource fair included the state’s Economic Development Authority, the New Jersey Business Action Center, the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the county library system, Rowan College at Burlington County, the African American Chamber of Commerce, Public Service Electric & Gas and ARC of

“More than 100 business owners attended our first small-business resource fair last year,” said bridge commission Chairman Matt Riggins, “and they gave rave reviews about the opportunities to meet and connect with representatives from organizations like the Department of Labor, the Business Action Center and Burlington County’s Workforce Development Board, to name a few.”

In addition to the resource fair, the county and the bridge commission will host a business-to-business networking event from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11, at the Splitz Bar and Grill on Route 73 in Maple Shade. The free event will provide additional opportunities for area business owners to network and meet with local officials and leaders in an informal setting.

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“If you had a fire sprinkler system in your home, that would happen well before the arrival of the fire department.”

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‘Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness’

Historical society hosts panel on safe Black enclaves in South Jersey

For young slaves trying to escape the South in the 18th and 19th centuries, the Underground Railroad was a salvation, in a country that was supposed to be a place where “all men are created equal.”

But in their hearts, those slaves knew they were human beings with the right to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” even if they had to risk life and limb on a dangerous journey. With help from Quaker abolitionists in Haddonfield, Moorestown and Cinnaminson – as well as other Black enclaves in South Jersey – many of them were able to breathe the fresh air of freedom.

“Peter Mott was an agent of the Underground Railroad,” said Linda Shockley, president of the Lawnside Historical Society, which oversees the Peter Mott House and Museum.

“He took people in his wagon when they were escaping.”

Mott built his home in Lawnside (then called Snow Hill) in 1845 and his large farm stretched to the White Horse Pike, Shockley explained, adding that Mott would take the escapees to Quaker safe houses in Haddonfield and possibly hide them out somewhere on his property before they continued their journey north.

Although few historical records exist of the Underground Railroad’s clandestine nature, Shockley noted that it started in the 1700s and continued through the Civil War. The South Jersey route started in the African American communities of Springtown and Othello in Cumberland County that were founded shortly after the Revolutionary War.

From there, passengers would travel north through Gloucester County, finding shelter in other Black enclaves.

“Swedesboro was definitely

a station on the Underground Railroad,” Shockley pointed out.

“Mount Zion AME Church in Swedesboro was built in 1799 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001,” said Gloucester County Commissioner Jim Jefferson in an article he wrote for Black History Month this year.

“It played an important role in the Underground Railroad in South Jersey, and still has a trap door where the congregation would hide runaway slaves.”

The church cemetery contains the remains of some fugitives and African American Civil War vets. The burial ground was estimated to be active from the 1830s to the 1930s and may contain up to 200 unmarked graves, wrote Jefferson, adding that “13 Black soldiers from the Civil War are buried at the site.”

Many of the escaped slaves who made it to Philadelphia were then transported by boat along the Delaware River and Rancocas Creek, using tunnels to get to safe houses in Palmyra and Riverton before going on to Burlington City and Bordentown. Others settled in the Black enclaves of West Palmyra, East Riverton (in Cinnaminson Township) and

Timbuctoo off of the Rancocas Creek.

According to its historical society, “Burlington County has been called the Cradle of Emancipation. No New Jersey county has a richer Black historical presence than Burlington County. No less than 16 sites in nine municipalities – many directly related to the Underground Railroad movement – have been identified to demonstrate three centuries of transformation of the Black community of Burlington County.”

Shockley organized a virtual panel on May 9 to explore the area’s historic Black enclaves; it drew more than 50 people.

Panelists included Morgan Lloyd of 1838 Black Metropolis; Ralph E. Hunter Sr., founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey; Paul Schopp of Stockton University; Guy Weston of the Timbuctoo Historical Society; C. Adrienne Rhodes of the Preserving Black Haddonfield Project; and Dr. Keith Green of Rutgers-Camden.

Rhodes is a leader of The Preserving Black Haddonfield Project and a co-founder and executive editor/producer of

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Hitting the road with a cell phone in hand can distract - and cost lives

Pennsylvania will soon ban drivers from handling cell phones for almost any purpose while driving, a measure first introduced by the state’s governor, Josh Shapiro, 18 years ago, according to the Associated Press.

The law – expected to be in effect a year after Shapiro signs it – will bring Pennsylvania into alignment with similar measures in neighboring states, including New Jersey. And not surprisingly, the Garden State’s related laws are strict.

Texting while driving is prohibited at any time here, unless hands-free technology is used, according to dmv. com. The law has been expanded to apply to all drivers, regardless of age or type of driver’s license. Exceptions include using a phone in the face of a threat to the driver and/or passengers, or if a motor-vehicle accident or other emergency requires a handheld phone to call police or other law enforcement.

Nationally, distracted driving claimed 3,500 lives and injured more than 362,000 people in 2021, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The agency defines distracted driving as “any activity that diverts attention from driving,” including talking or texting on the phone, eating, drinking or even fiddling with knobs on the dashboard.

Distracted driving in New Jersey occurs most often when drivers are attempting to manage multiple tasks at once. For roughly 10 years, such driving – also called driver inattention –has been the largest contributing factor in the state’s fatal crashes, based on an annual state police analysis. According to data from 2022, 49% of New Jersey drivers involved in crashes were engaged in distracted behavior that resulted in 180 fatalities and

more than 1,500 serious injuries, according to the office of Attorney General Matthew Platkin.

“Staying focused behind the wheel from the moment you step into your car is crucial in preventing a possible tragedy,” he said. ” … Increased enforcement efforts against distracted driving help ensure that drivers keep their attention on the road and off their phones.”

New Jersey’s rules may have accounted for a drop in distracted driving of 10.25%, according to the NHTSA, with 685 lives lost in 2022 and 615 the following year. Stiffer penalties have played a part as well: Violations can result in fines ranging from $200 to $400 for a first offense and up to $800 for subsequent violations.

Last year, officials handed out 7,130 citations for cell phone use or texting

while driving, according to Platkin.

The governor’s office suggests drivers think about distracted driving this way, according to Texting takes your eyes off the road for an average of five seconds. At 55 miles per hour, that is enough time to drive the length of a football field blindfolded.

Don’t be blinded by distracted driving, urges Michael J. Rizol Jr., director of the state’s Division of Highway Traffic Safety.

“Every second behind the wheel,” he noted, “demands a driver’s full attention.”

For more information on traffic safety efforts by the state’s Division of Highway Traffic Safety, visit For advice on how to avoid texting in your car, go to nhtsa. org.

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Burlington County Commissioner Director Felicia Hopson and Commissioner Allison Eckel announced that nominations for the 2024 Outstanding Women of Burlington County Awards are now open.

The commissioners and the Burlington County Women’s Advisory Council will honor the outstanding contributions and leadership of women from the county. This year’s awards will include

a new category recognizing excellence in humanities, such as the arts, film, history, music, theater or writing. Applications will be accepted until the close of business on Friday, June 28.

The awards are sponsored by the Women’s Advisory Council and the Burlington County Board of Commissioners.

The council is looking for women who have made significant contributions in their

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continued from page 5 town,” said Shockley, adding that members are learning more all the time, thanks to historical research by Shamele Jordon.

“Preserve: Narratives from Historic Haddonfield’s African American Community,” according to Shockley. She is a great-great-granddaughter of John Henry Lawson, Civil War Medal of Honor winner, descendant of Lawnside’s Arthur family and fourth-generation Haddonfield native.

Earlier this month, the Camden County Board of Commissioners joined the Lawnside Historical Society and that town’s mayor, Mary Ann Wardlow, to unveil a historic marker honoring African American Revolutionary War soldiers, including the Rhode Island Regiment that defeated the Hessians in the Battle of Red Bank at Fort Mercer along the Delaware River in National Park.

“The historical society’s goal is to help people understand the history of this

The society will sponsor its third annual Underground Railroad Summer Camp for sixth to eighth grade students from Monday, June 24, to Friday, June 28, at the Grace Temple Baptist Church, 15 E. Charleston Ave. in Lawnside.

Along with a focus on the Peter Mott House Underground Railroad Museum, campers will see other sites and learn about the lives of

those who sought freedom through visual, performing and folk arts. They will also learn Lawnside’s unique history of being the first Black town incorporated in the northeast, according to Shockley.

The camp is made possible by funding from the Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. The deadline to register is June 8.

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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

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Energy Resources is here for you!

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.

Just like your home furnace, or your car, grills, gas logs and other fire producing products need yearly service to keep them working trouble free and with the greatest efficiency and safety. A simple servicing by one of our techs can save you money later in replacement parts.

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.

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 Egg, you can find it at Energy Resources.

Energy Resources is located at 4222 Route 130 North, Willingboro NJ 08046. Store hours: Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 10am3pm. Phone 609-871-2289.

Summer Vacation Games


Whether you’re traveling by plane, train, or automobile; going to the mountains or the beach, embarking on a getaway weekend or staying in an exotic locale; or celebrating summer with a staycation in your air-conditioned home or sunny backyard, chances are games will be involved.

Playing board games and card games is a time-honored summer vacation tradition and Game Friendzy is here to make sure YOU get a seat at the gaming table!

Every Saturday in June Game Friendzy in Cherry Hill is hosting two-hour sessions, 10 am-12 pm, to learn the games of summer – mah jongg, pinochle, canasta, and hand and foot.

But first, celebrate International Tabletop Game Day and kick off Game Friendzy’s summer games with a special “new games” event on Saturday, June 1!

The game tables at Game Friendzy will be laden with an array of fantastic new and new-to-you board games to sample and try. The selections will appeal to a wide range of ages, in varying levels of difficulty, and include solo handheld games to entertain children in the car or plane.

Game Friendzy staff will be on hand to help sort through the selections to find entertaining additions to your summer vacation. All the games

can be borrowed from Game Friendzy for club members, or be purchased in retail stores or online.

The fee for the June 1 new games session is $10 for the first person in your group and $5 for additional attendees. Bring the kids to discover some new favorite games to play as a family or to give the adults some time to relax while the kids are occupied at the game table.

Next in the Saturday summer game series are introductory sessions to learn the basics of mah jongg on June 8, pinochle on June 15, canasta on June 22, and hand and foot on June 29. The fee for these classic and perennially popular game sessions is $10/person/session.

Registration is not required, all the sessions are drop-in events.

Game Friendzy, South Jersey’s premier tabletop gaming venue, is located at 7 Carnegie Plaza, near the intersection of Springdale and Church roads, and is an accessible facility with free parking and complimentary snacks, coffee, and tea.

For more information call 856-795-PLAY (5729) or email To learn about all Game Friendzy games, lessons, and special events, visit

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JB Bakery began as a bagel and bread shop in 1952. Over time, ownership passed from family to family, and the product line increased. Fifteen years ago, Burlington native Stephen Simon purchased JB and made it what it is today: a local landmark and dessert lover’s paradise that is regularly voted one of Burlington County’s best bakeries.

Originally, JB stood for “John’s Burlington Bakery”, the bakery’s founders, Mr. Simon sees it as “Always Just Baked” because it operates 24 hours

a day to produce fresh-baked products. At JB, professional bakers and pastry chefs employ traditional methods to perfect the art of dessert making. They use scratch mixes and high-quality ingredients free of preservatives and imitation flavors, with the human element involved from creation to consumption. The bakery offers hard-to-find specialties from all over the world, holiday delicacies, seasonal specials, fresh bread and rolls, a coffee bar, and exceptional service. The chefs design cus-

Be Mobile this Spring!

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 needs.

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

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.

tom cakes for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, Sweet 16’s, Bar and Bat Mitzvah, holidays, reunions, and many other occasions; by establishing relationships with customers and listening to their ideas, JB’s all-star staff turns cake dreams into reality.

Night, and the car show. JB frequently makes gift and product donations to local organizations and fundraising efforts, and it creates jobs for community members.

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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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Through the years, JB has become a Burlington County landmark. It is annually featured in the local news, and people visit from out-of-state to tour the facility and taste the sweets. Guests cherish walking in and experiencing the rich aroma that is unique to real, old-fashioned bakeries. A few years ago, JB gained fame for introducing its ever-popular “Whale Cookie,” a sugary delight inspired by the brave beluga that swam the Delaware River. The bakery was especially honored to host Food Network Chef Robert Irvine for an episode of Dinner Impossible, entitled “Nightshift: Impossible”, during which Irvine used JB’s old-world techniques and machinery to pull a culinary all-nighter.

Above all, JB is a family bakery and a part of the local community.

Generations have come to regard it as “their” bakery, and it is common for people who grew up with JB birthday cakes to feature JB at their weddings as well. It is the official bakery of Burlington’s Wood Street Fair and supports other local events such as Festival of Lights, Bike

Summer Vacation Games

Every Saturday in June, Learn the Games of Summer –Mah Jongg, Pinochle, Canasta, and Hand and Foot, with Two-Hour Sessions, 10 am-12 pm

Introductory Sessions to Learn the Basics of Mah Jongg- 6/8, Pinochle- 6/15, Canasta- 6/22, and Hand and Foot- 6/29; $10/person/session; registration not required

Contact Game Friendzy at 856-795-7529 or

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Nestled in the heart of Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, Monterey Prime American Grill, created by restaurateur Dave Magrogan stands as the epitome of

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new heights for South Jersey. Furthermore, for business professionals seeking a venue that seamlessly blends professionalism with productivity, Monterey is equipped with state-of-the-art AV equipment and menus designed to accommodate all dietary restrictions. Whether you’re hosting a corporate conference, a strategy session, or a networking event, our dedicated team ensures a flawless experience from start to finish.

In addition to daily Happy Hour and nightly dinner service Monterey is proud to introduce Sunday Brunch live Jazz Brunch, every Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm. Indulge in a delectable array of brunch and lunch favorites, expertly crafted to satisfy every palate. From savory classics to sweet delights, our brunch menu

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The Shoppes at Medford Mill

The Shoppes At Medford Mill is the “Best Kept Secret In South Jersey” If you’re from south Jersey and a fisherman you’ll know where that quote came from… We are coming up on our third year, here in the historic village of Medford NJ. We have over 65 vendors and artisans and growing. We are happy to announce we will be expanding from our now 6800 square foot co-op to over 16,000 square feet. We’ll have

everything you are looking for, from vintage clothing to very affordable antiques and everything in between. With that we are excited to announce “The Medford Barn” formally known as “The Furniture Barn” will be joining The Mill family and making Medford their new home. We can’t wait to have them aboard.

There is so much to do and see in Medford, please come, and spend

the day. If you are looking to host an intimate event or perhaps hold a children’s birthday party. We have you covered. Especially for the kids. We have so many more surprises to unveil… One BIG once I can barely hold in, we’ll give you a hint… It’s fun for everyone, all ages, you can dance or challenge a friend to see who has the fastest feet in the land… Stay tuned, coming soon!! We also have another surprise coming soon! This one is for the grownups, here’s a hint... if beer is not your drink of choice… We have a lot to offer, but we don’t want to be the Best Kept Secret in South Jersey, as the famous sign said that hung on Bay Avenue in Somers Point at Dolphin Dock. We need you to tell everyone about The Shoppes At Medford Mill. We need your support now more than ever. Please remember what made America strong and how it all started… With a small business, I am proud to be the owner of the Shoppes and we welcome everyone to come experience our unique variety of artisan products and so much more. Thank you for your support, hope to see you soon. Kristine Costello

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Rock Voices is a community choir

Rock Voices, the non-audition community choir that only sings rock music, is starting in Cherry Hill, NJ this summer. The choir will pay tribute to Queen, including: Bohemian Rhapsody, We Are the Champions, Somebody To Love, Killer Queen, We Will Rock You, Don’t

Stop Me Now, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, and more.

The 12-week summer session starts on Thursday, May 23, 7pm at 401 Kings Highway North Cherry Hill, NJ. The group will be directed by Cody Messersmith, a doctoral fellow in the Music Education PhD program at Temple University. (See his bio on the Rock Voices website.)

Rock Voices is a community choir open to anyone (18+).

Recordings are provided for members to learn their parts by ear so you don’t need to read music. For members who want to stand out, there are solo opportunities available (Bohemian Rhapsody, anyone?). For everyone else, you are free to play it safe and blend in. There’s a place for everyone.

The choir will perform a concert backed by a live rock band the weekend of August 11. (Exact date & venue TBA.) Prospective members may try it out for up to three weeks risk free

before committing. The cost to participate for a single season is $275, payable in installments. Financial assistance is available to those who demonstrate a need. Every effort is made to make the choir accessible to all who need or want it in their lives.

Rock Voices mission statement is “healing ourselves and others through song”. Concerts are used as an opportunity to raise funds and awareness for local non-profit charitable organizations. So far this year Rock Voices choirs have already raised over $30,000 for charities around New England and New York.

You don’t have to be a professional, or even a great singer, to be a part of this group. All voice types are welcome. Rock Voices provides a safe space to sing, reconnect with music, and make new friends. Learn more or pre-register at:

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Moorestown Theater Company Still Has Openings For Its Award-Winning Summer Stage (Musical

Moorestown Theater Company Summer Stage ’24: MTC hosts ‘Summer Stage’, an award-winning musical theater camp for children who will be ‘rising’ 1st Graders through rising 12th Graders in the 2024-25 School Year. MTC was named the ‘Outstanding Community Theater of the Year’ for 2022 by the NJ Association of Community Theatres. In addition, MTC has been honored to receive 60 other ‘Best Of’ Awards from various Delaware Valley publications and organizations since 2007, including more than a dozen for ‘Best Summer Camp’. Besides these local awards, MTC has also won two Regional Awards in 2017 at the Eastern States Theater Association Festival (ESTA Fest) in Wilmington, DE, and 16 Cast and / or Indi-

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vidual National Awards at the iTheatrics Junior Theater Festival (JTF) since 2013.

For MTC’s Summer Stage, which we have held since 2006, our Directors and Counselors are all in college or beyond, and we have a Staff to Camper ratio of five to one.

Session Information:

Session I / Cinderella Youth Edition / Rising Grades 1 to 9 / Three weeks (June 15, 19 – 22, 24 – 29, July 1 – 3) / Show Dates: July 1, 2, 3

Session II / Grease, School Version / Rising Grades 8 to 12 / Three weeks (June 24 – July 12) / Show Dates: July 9, 10, 11, 12

Session III / Willy Wonka JR. / Rising Grades 1 to 12 / Three weeks (July 15 – Aug. 2) / Show Dates: July 30, 31 & August 1, 2

Session IV / Beauty & The

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8:30 AM – 9:00 AM: DropOff at First Methodist Church, 446 E. Camden Avenue, Moorestown 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Morning Classes and / or Rehearsals 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Lunch / Play Break – Campers bring their lunch from home every day except for Thursday ChickFil-A Days (if you pre-order) 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM: Afternoon Rehearsal – Campers rehearse for that session’s musical

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‘The Burlesque Show’ returns to Borgata

When it comes to history, 11 years is but a blink of an eye. But given the change-or-die imperative that has always fueled Atlantic City’s legal-gambling realm, that many years can be construed as being equal to several lifetimes.

Which makes the current edition of “The Burlesque Show” at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa more than a little noteworthy. As a matter of fact, it’s probably safe to say that at this point, the program can be considered a local entertainment institution.

Pretty impressive, especially when one considers the often-raunchy and naughty, but never vulgar, salute to the form of adult entertainment that was popular roughly from the 1920s through the 1960s began as an experiment devised by the team that, at the time, ran the bayside pleasure dome.

As the program’s creator-producer, Allen Valentine, explained, before “Burlesque,” traditional casino production shows were typically staged six or eight times a week. By the time he was hired by Borgata to mount such a presentation, that model, which had been dictated by the bus business so valuable to the casinos’ bottom lines, had been blown to bits by the advent of legal gambling in Pennsylvania in 2006.

As such, Valentine contended, “I was very lucky that Borgata took a chance all those years ago. I feel that it was a calculated risk that they decided to do a production show when they did, because most casinos were pulling back on them.

“But the thought that they had, which I thought was very

clever, was the once-a-week model,” he added. “At the time, that was unheard of. But along comes Borgata going, ‘Hey, we kind of want to reinvent the wheel with these production shows. We still want to run for six months, but we can’t do that many shows a week because there are no buses anymore.’

“So the solution they came up with at first seemed strange,” Valentine recounted, “but it worked and it worked huge.”

Valentine acknowledged that conjuring a show – and the million and one details that entails, from casting to writing to music selection and arranging to costuming to scenery to the financial paperwork – is the same whether it’s a one-off or it runs for 11 years. But there

are benefits to the once-a-week schedule that Valentine employs for all his casino projects, including the upcoming “Disco Inferno,” opening June 23 at Bally’s Atlantic City, and “Pop Divas,” on July 4 at Ocean Casino Resort.

“What’s great about the oncea-week model for the performers is that they are so energized when they come in,” he pointed out. “They give it all they’ve got because they’re just doing that one show a week. So it doesn’t get old for them; they leave it all out on the stage.

“Sometimes it happens to a cast that if they’re doing a lot of shows a week, it can become a little mundane,” Valentine added. “But the once-a-week thing makes the performers

just so excited.”

As for the 2024 edition of “The Burlesque Show” – admission is limited to those 21 and older – Valentine promises it will be the biggest version to date.

“I think scenery wise and costume wise, this is the largest version of the show, without a doubt,” he said. “This is a very big production. We’re packing the stage of the Music Box this year, for sure.”

Veteran fans (according to Valentine, “Burlesque” does major repeat business) should be happy to learn that the hilarious Chris Morris is returning as the emcee. This year’s specialty performers are the Albanian Balla Brothers, a duo that does a balancing act. And,

of course, there will be a troupe of ecdysiasts (Google it!) who will provide the tasteful titillation that is at the core of any version of “The Burlesque Show.”

But in this oh-so-woke day and age, some may find themselves aghast at the thought of young, attractive women shedding their clothes – or most of them, as it were, since total nudity is verboten in any New Jersey venue that serves alcohol – for the entertainment of others.

To that point, Valentine suggested that today, the art and craft of striptease is not about the gratification and desires of the mostly male audience for whom burlesque was initially conceived. Instead, he insisted, it’s about “female empowerment.”

It’s important to note that in past years, “The Burlesque Show” audiences have had a large female component. And let’s face it, a publicly traded company like Borgata’s corporate parent, MGM Resorts, would never sanction anything it deemed trashy, vulgar or offensive.

According to Valentine, the trick to removing the tawdriness of the burlesque genre is to inject it with heaping helpings of class and glamour.

“It’s empowering, but yet still sensual and hilarious,” he insisted. “I think what makes our show different than most burlesque shows is the … glamour, the glitz, the rhinestones, just really giving it that polish.

“I thought, ‘What can we do to make this genre different?’ And that’s what I think we’ve done here.”

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Courtesy of the Delran Fire Department Monday nights are spent in drill training at the Delran fire department, where members learn methods for forcible entry through inward and outward swinging doors. They do so by utilizing the door prop and cut wood to simulate diverse locking systems. Crews collaborate and apply different techniques to overcome those barriers.








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Straight… to Treatment

Those who are struggling with substance abuse and have been thinking about seeking help can do so at the Delran Township Police Department on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The program is available to everybody, regardless of residence. No appointment or insurance necessary. For more information please visit


Delran Township Council meeting will be held at 7 p.m., 900 S. Chester Ave.


The Delran Township Board of Education is accepting resumes and letters of interest for a board member to complete a six-month term; anticipated opening date of June 17. Must be a citizen of the United States


of America, at least 18 years of age to qualify for office, able to read and write, a Delran Township resident for at least one year, not disqualified as a voter pursuant to N.J.S.A 19:4-1, not disqualified from membership for the conviction of crimes pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:12-1, and a registered voter in the district. Information is to be delivered to Anisah Coppin, Board Secretary, Delran Board of Education Office, 52 Hartford Road, Delran, New Jersey 08075 by noon, Wednesday May 29.


Delran Junior Marksman Club is a community-focused organization dedicated to promoting safe and responsible firearm and archery education among youth. Its upcoming schedule for 2024 includes a variety of events designed to introduce juniors to shooting sports in a safe and supportive environment.

July 27 – 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Women on Target event – aims to provide a safe and supportive environment for women to learn about firearm handling, shooting skills, and to discover the joys of marksmanship. Rain date is Aug. 10.

CMP High Power Service Rifle Matches:

• Oct. 5

• Nov. 2

Junior Programs:

• Air Rifle and .22 Light Rifle: Multiple dates from through May 18

• Archery: Multiple dates from June 1-29

• Shotgun: Multiple dates from Oct. 5-26

• Service Rifle: To be announced.


Delran Green Team meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7:30 in the Delran Municipal Building, 900 S. Chester Ave.


The Delran Seniors Club is a social club open to anyone 55+ from Delran and neighboring towns. Membership is $10 annually, with monthly meetings at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Bridgeboro Road in Delran.

The meetings begin at 1 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month except for December due to the club’s annual Christmas Party. A complete lunch is available at every meeting for $10 at sign in.

The club attempts to have speakers at each meeting to bring information relevant to “our lives and needs.”

Members enjoy two day trips a year supported by Delran Township, a fall trip and spring trip. They are now signing up for a trip on Oct. 16 to the Magic and Wonder Theater with a family style lunch at the Fulton Steamboat in Lancaster.

For more information about the club call Betty Jewell at (609) 7134440.


The Delran Historical Society is hosting their annual spring Hoagie Sale through June 30. For more information email contactus@ or call (609) 845-8389.

The Delran Historical Society meets on the third Tuesday of the month in these five months, January, March, May, September and November at the Delran Township Municipal Building located at 900 Chester Ave. The meetings are held in Community Room 3 and start at 7 p.m. We frequently invite speakers to address the membership. Light refreshments are provided. Come and check out what we have been up to and where we are headed! Also check out our website,

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