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December Shover, owner of A Rose in December in Medford, is presented with a flag flown in her honor overseas. Shover received the honor because of her dedication to Operation Yellow Ribbon and donations for troops. from businesses, schools, scout groups and more to fill two yellow school buses. Members of Seneca High School’s Junior ROTC, Medford firefighters, OYR volunteers

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At Medford’s A Rose in December florist, rain poured. But, dedicated volunteers couldn’t be stopped: They pulled on rain boots and got to work moving boxes filled with care packages into a yellow school bus. The event had a scheduled rain date, but that meant deployed military members would have to wait to get their box of comforts from Operation Yellow Ribbon (OYR). For OYR founder Dave Silver, that wasn’t an option. “It might be raining, but it’s actually sunny here,” Silver said to a crowd of volunteers. “We’re showing our brave men and women we will make the sacrifices and that we don’t forget them.” The March 28 event was the culmination of a months-long collaboration between Silver; A Rose in December owner December Shover; Lenape Regional High School District (LRHSD) bus drivers; and Christine and Eileen Dzwill, co-owners of The Honey Post restaurant in Medford Lakes.. Aptly named Operation Unity in the Community, the event resulted in enough care packages and financial donations

and others formed an assembly line to carry dozens of heavy care packages to two buses that quickly filled with boxes decorated by LRHSD’s Transition to Adulthood Program, tiny Amer-

ican flags and bags of comfort items like Girl Scout cookies and socks. On the volunteer line was Burlington County Commissioner Dan O’Connell, who handed

boxes to other volunteers from the steps of A Rose in December. “Burlington County is home to more veterans in New Jersey than anywhere else,” he said, noting the veterans in his family. “A lot of times they seem almost invisible to us, so anything we can do to raise the profile for them, I’m all in.” The collaboration got financial and physical donations from nearly 100 local businesses and organizations, including Bradley Funeral Home in Marlton, Murphy’s Markets, The Pop Shop and Dietz and Watson. Special T-shirts for the event featured emblems honoring the community’s donations. Ami Feller, an author from Voorhees, donated copies of her book, along with toiletries and other comfort items. She used to work for a veterans organization and came to the event to continue giving back. “They’re doing so much for us and keeping our society free,” Feller noted. An integral part of Operation Unity in the Community was the donation of buses coordinated by LRHSD driver Mary Jean Andl. “We’ve been working really hard,” she said. “It’s been please see SUPPLIES, page 5

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Cullinan reappointed county administrator County reminds residents to wear masks, socially distance The following release is from Burlington County: Burlington County Health Department Director Dr. Herb Conaway called for renewed vigilance by county residents about mask wearing and social distancing in the wake of an uptick in COVID-19 activity. B u rl i n g t o n C o u n t y ’s COVID-19 infection risk moved from “moderate” to “high” on the latest COVID19 Activity Level Index report issued by the New Jersey Department of Health. The rating reflects increases in COVID-19 cases and a rise

in the positivity rate from testing. More than 33,000 Burlington County residents have tested positive for COVID-19 and a total of 739 have died since the pandemic’s start last March. There were 789 new cases in the county between March 19 and March 25 for an average of 113 new cases a day. “We’ve been battling this pandemic for over a year now so it’s easy to understand why people may be experiencing COVID-19 fatigue, but we must remember that please see COVID, page 8

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The Burlington County Board of Commissioners announced the re-appointment of County Administrator Eve A. Cullinan to a third term managing the county’s government and operations. As county administrator, Cullinan is charged with overseeing the daily operation of the CULLINAN government and workforce, and the management of the County’s more than $200 million annual budget. She has held the position since 2015. “Reappointing Eve Cullinan, the first woman to serve as county administrator for another term is a wonderful way to end Women’s History Month. Eve has been an indispensable leader in our county for more than a decade, first at the helm of But-

tonwood Hospital, then director of the Health Department, and now as County Administrator,” said Commissioner Director Felicia Hopson. “Our Board has complete confidence in her and we look forward to relying on her for another three years. Her hard work and dedication to Burlington County is unparalleled and helps make us the best county in all of New Jersey.” Cullinan’s reappointment was approved unanimously by the Board of Commissioners, who cited her strong leadership as a critical component of the county’s pandemic response, as well as the launch of new initiatives like the Housing Hub and Recovery Center at the Burlington County Human Services Building in Westampton. Under her oversight, Burlington County also continued to have the lowest average county taxes in New Jersey in 2019 and 2020, according to New Jersey Department of Community Affairs prop-

erty tax data. A recent report by Moody’s Investors Services cited the county’s “budgeting and ongoing expenditure controls” and “strong financial results” for maintaining the county’s strong Aa1 credit rating. Cullinan also serves as Burlington County’s representative on the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Association of Counties. It is her sixth year on the board. “We couldn’t ask for a more qualified or better chief executive to carry out our vision for fiscally responsible yet compassionate County Government,” Hopson said. Prior to her appointment as administrator, Cullinan spent three years as the Department of Health Director and 10 years as administrator of then-Buttonwood Hospital in Pemberton. She also worked for five years as a nursing home administrator at Trinitas Regional Medical Center.


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CALENDAR Events subject to cancellation due to the pandemic. Be sure to check online for status updates.

Wednesday, April 7 Virtual Environmental Commission Meeting: 6:30 p.m. Regular meeting of the Evesham Township Environmental Commission. Visit evesham-nj.org/ resident/calendar/1043 for more information.

Thursday, April 8 Virtual Youth Advisory Committee Meeting: 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. Regular meeting of the committee. Community-minded Marlton residents in middle and high school are welcome. Visit evesham-nj.org/resident/ calendar/1080 for more information, including Zoom link.

Saturday, April 10 Food Drive: 10 a.m. to noon at the Gibson House Community Center. Your donations of nonperishable food items benefit local food pantries. The Marlton Rotary Club and Evesham Township bring this biweekly food drive to the township on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.

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continue to recognize women in our county for all of the amazing things they are doing,” added Commissioner Linda Hynes, who is also a liaison to the Council. “We are putting out the call for nominations during Women’s History Month to remind women in our community to never stop empowering one another.” Winners will be announced later in the year. The 2020 virtual awards video can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=S8bWznPkj6Y&feature=yo utu.be Guidelines and nomination forms can be obtained by visiting: http://co.burlington. nj.us/263/Womens-AdvisoryCouncil. For any questions or to submit nominations forms, email womenscouncil@ co.burlington.nj.us. To view a list of the 2020 Award Honorees, visit: http:// www.co.burlington.nj.us/267/ Outstanding-Women-of-Burlington The Burlington County Women’s Advisory Council works to identify and address issues that affect women in Burlington County, raise public awareness of the special needs and roles of women and enhance the quality of life for all women. For more information follow the Council on Facebook at @BurlingtonCountyWomen or visit: http:// co.burlington.nj.us/263/Womens-Advisory-Council

Township food drive Evesham Township and the Rotary Club of Marlton host a biweekly food drive from 10 a.m. to noon, located at the Gibson House Community Center, located at 535 E. Main St. The food drive is held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month. Throughout most of the last year, these biweekly food drives have allowed residents to generously donate supplies for their fellow Evesham residents who might be experiencing hardships during uncertain economic times.

These donations have allowed Evesham Township to offer direct assistance to residents who reach out in need. Any surplus donations also help bolster other local food pantries in town. In addition to all general non-perishable foods, specific requests include: paper towels, toilet paper, napkins, tuna and pasta. If you’d like to make monetary donation through the Rotary Club, call (856) 988-4425 or email covid19help@evesham-nj. gov to learn more.


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Supplies: Goods for troops continued from page 1 stressful with COVID, and then the rain did not help, but we wanted to show the soldiers that we know that they are out there every day in elements in the weather and we’re here for them.” This is the second year Shover has organized a collection event for OYR, an organization close to her heart. Shover’s son was deployed in the Middle East and she recognized the stress that

came with his work. As a tribute to Shover’s dedication, Silver presented her with a flag that military members flew in her honor. “You’re an amazing person,” Silver told Shover. “Your energy level and heart shine brighter than it would be if it was 100 degrees here, because you have a way of reaching out to the community, getting them involved like I’ve never seen. You just go full throttle and you don’t stop.”

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Over the course of a year, the Center For Family Services provides emergency shelter and residential care to 700-800 children, teenagers and young adults. On any given day, there are approximately 200 in their care, and stays range from 30-60 days to months to years. “We’ve been doing this type of work since 1976. We were one of the first in the United States – especially in New Jersey – to have a homeless youth shelter,” ex-

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plained Liz Madden, the center’s events and development specialist. “Now we have 20-plus homes across New Jersey.” Over the past 45 years, a recurrent theme staff has observed in those homes – which are located in Camden, Gloucester and Burlington counties, as well as one in Cape May County – are young people arriving with no way to transport personal items. Until recently, the center provided bags to the minors in their care. A desire from donors to make more personalized contributions, as well as wanting more charitable efforts easily accessible on

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their website, led the nonprofit to open the Duffle Bag Project to the public a few years ago. “Our main goal is to provide these youth with the resources for them to be able to focus on healing and moving forward. Center For Family Services provides a very strong support network and resources for them to develop that, to have a successful future and long term plan,” Madden said, explaining providing duffle bags is one less concern for the kids. “It certainly helps to support their

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COVID: County urges safety continued from page 2 the virus is still very active in our state and in our county and we cannot let down our guard,” Conaway said. “We’re at a critical time. Even though thousands of our residents are now fully vaccinated and thousands more are getting their COVID-19 shots every day, the presence COVID-19 variants and lax attention to proven infection control practices threaten to reverse the progress we’ve made since the winter spike.” He encouraged residents to take a COVID-19 test if they exhibit symptoms or have contact with someone who tested positive and to seek an appointment for a vaccination if eligible.

COVID-19 testing continues to be available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Health Department’s testing site at Rowan College at Burlington County’s Student Success Center off Route 38 in Mount Laurel. Testing is from 8 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays and from noon to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays. Residents eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine can register for an appointment at the Burlington County Vaccine MegaSite in Moorestown at www. virtua.org/vaccine. As of March 19, a total of 195,972 doses of vaccine had been administered to Burlington County residents, amounting to about 35% of the county’s population over the age 16.

“In Burlington County we’re making steady progress toward our goal of getting 70% of our adults vaccinated before summer. This is an encouraging development that offers us hope of an eventual end to the pandemic, but we are not there yet,” Conaway said. “Everyone must continue to wear masks in public, including those who have received vaccine, and everyone must continue to follow social-distancing rules and quarantine guidelines. Now is the time for renewed vigilance, not indifference of carelessness. If everyone continues to do their part, we can stop this recent uptick from growing into a more serious outbreak and help bring an end to this crisis once.”

Bags: Center helps youth adjust to new housing continued from page 6 path toward a healthy future.” Donated duffle bags need to be expandable and collapsible, which makes them easier for the nonprofit to store. Those types of foldable bags with wheels are even better. Since this project trends toward helping older children and young adults, character bags are not necessary, although a variety of colors and sizes are appreciated. Most importantly, duffle bags must be new. “We want these kids to feel confident and happy with a new item,” Madden said. New essential items can also be donated with the duffle bags, such as throw blankets, twin sheets and bedding, towels and washcloths and pillows. “Those are the things that we

obviously get grant funding for some of our homes, but those things, when our kids leave our homes, we lie to give them those things (to take with them),” Madden said. “We’re constantly buying new of all of those things.” Those wanting to donate duffle bags and essential items can learn more at www.centerffs. org/get-involved. In additional to the Duffle Bag Project, there are a variety of ways to support the Center For Family Services. An Amazon wishlist of items needed specific to the teen and youth safe housing program can be found at https://a.co/5Cqk9M7. Contribution checks can be made out to Center For Family Services and mailed to: Center For Family Services, Development & PR c/o Elizabeth Madden, 1 Alpha Ave., Voorhees, NJ 08043.


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On March 28, Operation Yellow Ribbon was able to fill two school buses with care packages as part of Operation Unity in the Community. More than 100 local businesses, organizations and individuals donated comfort items to members of the armed services on deployment. Pictured clockwise from above: Lenape Regional High School District bus drivers, A Rose in December Owner December Shover, Operation Yellow Ribbon Founder Dave Silver and The Honey Post owners Christine and Eileen Dzwill pose for a photo. Community volunteers form an assembly line to carry care packages from A Rose in December in Medford to the buses. Volunteers Josh Andl and Mason Milone help load packages. Volunteers add a large box to a donated bus eventually filled with care packages. A member of Seneca High School’s Junior ROTC program helps out. Kiddie Academy’s Taryn Souder and her family carry a box of items,


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Seneca wrestling trio looks toward 100 career wins

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Seneca wrestlers Kory Seidle, Nico Bogardus and Zach Borton (left to right) all finished their junior seasons last year in good position to reach the 100-career victory mark. However, a COVID-shortened season puts the possibility of reaching such a mark in question.

COVID-shortened season provides narrow pathway for area standouts to reach career milestone By MATTHEW SHINKLE Sports Editor

In preparation for the 20202021 sports seasons, the NJSIAA and various athletic conferences across South Jersey have done their best to coordinate COVID procedures and timelines that will allow each sport to get in a semi-normal year. In an effort to more easily separate student athletes and reduce the potential for virus cases among teams and schools, the start date for seasons and their length have been shuffled around and shortened.

While players and coaches are ecstatic to at least have a season this year in the midst of a pandemic, fewer games and matches mean fewer chances for standout athletes to reach career milestones. For Seneca High School wrestling head coach Greg Bauer, the feeling is all too real. “We have three guys on our team this year that could’ve gotten 100 career wins pretty easily with a normal schedule,” he said. “It was looking like a goal that would be pretty obtainable for them all this year, for their seniors’ years but, obviously,

COVID changed the structure of our season and it’s looking a lot more difficult now.” For a program with only two wrestlers in its history to have reached the 100-career victory mark, the opportunity to have three more added to the list — all in the same year — would have been monumental. Bauer, in the midst of his 18th year as head coach of the wrestling program, has been with Seneca since the school’s opening in 2003. While he heads the high school program, he’s also a coach with the township’s youth program as well, a role that has given him the

opportunity to see firsthand the growth and maturation of young men over the years. The team’s three seniors who entered the season with dreams of reaching the 100-career mark — Nico Bogardus, Zach Borton and Kory Seidle — serve as glowing endorsements of the youth program’s long-term vision of working with younger wrestlers to create leaders and young adults headed to Seneca. “All three of them have had real special careers here,” Bauer noted. “We have a solid senior class, but those three have really led the way in particular

… We love to see the kids succeed on and off the mat, so it’s frustrating as a coach and as a program when kids are that close to achieving a goal and, through no fault of their own, don’t have a fair shot at it.” Through their first three seasons with Seneca, Bogardus, Borton and Seidle racked up 81, 79 and 78 career wins, respectively. With a normal schedule, 20-plus win seasons might have been expected from the three seniors to get them into the program's exclusive 100-win club. But a COVID-shortened season that only permits 15 dual matches per team makes that possibility much more difficult. “It’s pretty frustrating … We've wrestled varsity since freshman year and we’ve always had that goal of 100 wins to get our names on the board in the wrestling room,” said Bogardus. “It stinks that we might not get there now, but we’ve just got to work hard and try our hardest to get there regardless.” After the team’s first seven matches, Bogardus and Borton are 6-1, while Seidle is 5-2, inching them closer to the milestone they’ve been chasing since freshman year. But with only eight regular season matches left on the schedule, postseason victories will be needed. “It’s definitely still possible, but a season like this makes it way more difficult,” Borton explained. While the trio works toward the 100 mark individually, their main focus as the season goes on is to provide the best example possible for the younger guys on the team and bring Seneca’s name as deep into the postseason as they can, while also enjoying their final year despite the challenges. “I was disappointed to see we were only allowed to have those 15 regular matches, because it’s been a goal for a while now, but at this point I want to get to regions, help our team wherever I can and be there for the younger guys,” Seidle said. ■


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