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Company honors caregivers for efforts amid COVID-19 By KELLY FLYNN The Sun Kelly McCabe, owner of TLC Home Care Services, said throughout the pandemic doctors and nurses were getting catered lunches and various forms of accolades for putting their own health at risk to help others, and they deserved every bit of the recognition. But there was one group she felt was working hard to help

others, too, without receiving the same sort of accolades: “Home-health aides and nurse assistants are the unsung heroes of the pandemic,” McCabe said. So on March 31, McCabe spent an afternoon letting those “heroes” know how appreciated their work is. Following COVID guidelines from the CDC (Centers for Disease please see CAREGIVERS, page 9

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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 achievement collecting care package items.

Support for military heroes

Operation Unity in the Community fills two buses with care packages By ALYSSA BIEDERMAN The Sun Special to The Sun

TLC Owner and President Kelly McCabe, center, is pictured with Darlene Collins, left, and Tashion Harden, two of her employees who received special recognition.

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 please see SUPPORT, page 10

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Music for the heart: By ALYSSA BIEDERMAN

Former Moorestown Singers member aims to help musical friends facing COVID struggles

When Karen McGreer sings, she can feel the endorphins rushing to her brain. “Music literally lights up the brain like a pinball machine,” said the therapist. “It can stimulate and excite. Or, it can relax you.” So when the hobby vocalist saw the impact COVID has had on her musical friends, she felt it deeply. As a lover of live music, McGreer knew video performances didn’t feel the same, nor did they pay the bills for some artists. “It’s been devastating,” she

said. “I have seen how they have suffered through COVID, without being able to earn a decent income.” McGreer vowed to support the SHERWOOD local musicians and got to work planning an outdoor concert at her home. The first event, scheduled for April 18, will feature Robert Sherwood, a singer from Massachusetts whose music McGreer describes as “never unbeautiful.”

Sherwood was limited in his ability to perform live, especially living in an area of the country with particularly cold winters. But he released an album, “Good Expectations,” in October 2020. “Some performers who are really creative have somehow kept their music alive online,” McGreer noted. “But, many musicians, if they’re gig dependent, have really been in trouble.” With lawn chairs and beverages in hand, concertgoers can settle in for an evening of song. Each chair will be socially distanced, but McGreer said she’ll set up a section where fully vaccinated people can move to the music.The $20 ticket cost will di-

rectly benefit the artists. McGreer intends to host more concerts as the weather warms that she hopes will lift the mood of the audience. Before the pandemic, she performed with Moorestown Singers, a women’s choral group that often sang for seniors. “Our seniors especially have been deprived of music, but everybody misses live music,” McGreer explained. “People are so hungry for this.” As a former nurse and current therapist, McGreer knows how music, especially performed live, can positively impact the health of performers and listeners alike.

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National Library Week underway The Moorestown Library will be celebrating National Library Week through April 10 with a variety of virtual programs for adults and a colorful craft bonanza offering a different colorful craft each day that patrons can make at home. In addition, library staff will be asking patrons, “What is your favorite library resource or program? Do you have a book that you would recommend?” In return, visitors will be given a coupon for a book at a library used book sale. Please visit the library’s events calendar at www.moorestownlibrary.org for more details on the week’s events and program registration information. Registration is free and available to all. Need more information? Call the library at (856)914–3031 or email us at reference@moorestownlibrary.org PSA

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Now that the snow has melted, we need your help to minimize the number of spotted lanternfly egg masses. Egg masses contain 30 to 50 eggs and are covered by females with a mud-like gray substance which cracks over time and looks a bit like mortar. The insects are not picky in where they lay them — you may find masses on trees, fences, and outdoor furniture, among other objects. We need to eliminate as many as possible before they hatch in the spring.

The Moorestown Tree Planting and Preservation Committee would like to remind you that you can help by locating these egg masses on your own property or as you walk around town and destroying them. It is possible that eggs can survive if scraped onto the ground, so scrape egg masses into a bag or container with rubbing alcohol, hand sanitizer or a bleach solution and dispose. Every egg mass you scrape will cut down on the number of bugs bothering you this summer. If you have any questions, you can contact the Tree Committee at moorestowntrees@gmail.com.

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changes, and they question whether officials have enough time to implement the new standards by fall, according to NJ Spotlight News. One suggestion is for the state to test the new rules in a few counties come November, before implementation in all of them. But the new legislation is a positive step for state voters, especially those in predominantly minority areas where the echo of Jim Crow-era

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Moorestown Visiting Nurses & Hospice Benefit Golf Classic set for May 24 at Ramblewood Country Club The 2021 Moorestown Visiting Nurses & Hospice Benefit Golf Classic will be held on Monday, May 24 at the Ramblewood Country Club in Mt. Laurel. Starting at 9 a.m., the scramble-format event has been completely reimagined to allow for a safe, comfortable golf experience for golfers, volunteers and staff during these challenging days of pandemic. The day will include grab-and-go breakfast, an oncourse lunch, beer service, plus contests and prizes throughout the day including a $10,000 Money Putt. The full day’s activities are available at a cost of $150 per golfer. Single golfers may be matched with a foursome, providing a safe environment for networking opportunities and camaraderie for all who attend. The organization is also offering the

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for the organization’s visiting staff. 2021 marks the 25th year of this charitable event. The public is encouraged to join in to support this essential local cause. To participate in the event, please contact Dana Mondi at (856) 552–1300, ext. 2181 or fundraising@moorestownvna.org. Reservations can also be made online at: https:// www.moorestownvna.org/events/golfclassic. Founded in 1904, Moorestown Visiting Nurses & Hospice is a non-profit organization that provides home care, hospice, private duty, counseling and community wellness services to families in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. To learn more call (856) 552–1300 or visit www.moorestownvna.org.

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Paddle Board/Kayak Race returns in June event as well as vendors for the festival, volunteers for social media, the Silent Auction baskets, and event day volunteers. For sponsorship and volunteer information please visit www. strawbridgelakebc.com. The first two years of this event were great successes. In 2019, more than 40 racers competed. The committee partnered with the Moorestown Rotary Breakfast Club and a beer garden was added. Live music was also added to the festival and there was a large Silent Auction with great items to bid on. Unfortunately, last year the event was cancelled due to the COVID19 pandemic. However, this year promises to be a great event and a wonderful day to get outside with family, friends and neighbors and enjoy all that Strawbridge Lake has to offer. In addition to the Strawbridge Lake Beautification Committee’s efforts to beautify the lake, other things have been done to improve the lake experience.

A walking/running path was installed last summer between Kings Highway and Pleasant Valley Avenue through grant funds and the township funded the dredging of the Children’s Pond and Lower Lake Basins as well as Gazebo restoration and the installation of new playground equipment. General clean-up of the area near the bear statues was funded by a private donor (the statues were donated by a local resident.) Garden State Pressure Washing donated their work to power wash signage and a Beech tree was planted in honor of Dr. Curtis, funded by Curtis Auxiliary to Virtua Hospital. Other fundraisers have been held through Facebook (giving Tuesday), Boscov’s Family & Friends and selling Pura Vida bracelets. The committee continues to apply for grants and raise funds to continue its mission. For more information, please visit www.strawbridgelakebc. org. Race registration will be available soon, so stay tuned!

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The Strawbridge Lake Beautification Committee is hosting its 3rd Annual Paddle Board/Kayak Race and Family Festival at the corner of Kings Highway and Haines Drive in Moorestown on Saturday, June 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This year’s event will surely be a great day to come out and compete in the Paddle Board / Kayak race as well as enjoy all the attractions the family festival has to offer. There will be food trucks, microbreweries, vendors, live music, a silent auction and lots of family fun! Those wishing to compete in the race can rent equipment at the event, and no experience is necessary. The SLBC is a 501 ©3 non-profit organization created in 2018, whose mission is to raise funds to be used toward the beautification of Strawbridge Lake. Proceeds from past events have been used toward funding the lake edge clean-up. The SLBC is seeking sponsors for this year’s

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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 Q&A Session with Master Gardeners: 1:30 p.m. via the Moorestown Library. Join members of the Rutgers Master Gardener Program of Burlington County for a onehour virtual session during which they will answer questions about your lawn, garden, starting a garden, or seasonal gardening topics. Some questions may require research, so please be prepared to email your question to: burlingtonmg@njaes.rutgers.edu. Those interested in attending can register at http://www.moorestownlibrary.org/events.

Thursday, April 8 A Virtual Poetry Reading: 2 p.m. via the Moorestown Library. The students of Prompts Toward Poetic Creation and Discovery Workshop, led by poet

accompanist Gabriel Rebolla in a recital titled: “With a Song in My Heart.”

WANT TO BE LISTED? To have your Moorestown meeting or affair listed in the Calendar or Meetings, information must be received, in writing, two weeks prior to the date of the event. Send information by mail to: Calendar, The Moorestown Sun, 130 Twinbridge Drive, Pennsauken, NJ 08110. Or by email: news@ moorestownsun.com. We will run photos if space is available and the quality of the photo is sufficient. Every attempt is made to provide coverage to all organizations.

Saturday, April 10 Virtual Beginners’ Martial Arts: 11 a.m. via the Moorestown Library. Join Harman Ransi, black belt in Goju-style karate, as he teaches an adult martial arts class focusing on dynamic stretching, the basics of Goju and drills. No prior experience is required. This program will be conducted on Zoom. Those interested in attending can register at http:// www.moorestownlibrary.org/ events.

Monday, April 12 Alicia Askenase, will be reading original poems they have created over a period of many months. They will each share three or four of their original poems. Ms. Askenase will read a few poems as well. Those interested in attending can register at http://www.moore-

stownlibrary.org/events.

Friday, April 9 With a Song in My Heart: A Virtual Duo Recital: 2 p.m. via the Moorestown Library. Experience the musical talents of soprano Vivian Holfeld, tenor Christopher Lorge, and

Moorestown Knit and Crochet 2Together: 1 to 2 p.m. via the Moorestown Library. Bring your needles, hooks and work in process to this virtual meeting to start the week in a more mellow mood. This is an online event, and an event URL will be sent via email after regis-

tering at http://www.moorestownlibrary.org/events. Homeschool Help: 7 p.m. via the Moorestown Library. Join the library on Zoom for expert tips from home educator and library staff member Damaris Katt and a Q&A session. This program is valuable for any parent guiding a child through learning at home, with specific tips for DIY educators and parents looking for tried and true ways to fill in the educational “gaps” this summer. This is an online event, and an event URL will be sent via email after registering at http:// www.moorestownlibrary.org/ events. Township Council Meeting: 7 p.m. virtually via Town Hall. Members of the public can attend and participate in the meeting by teleconference or via live stream at the live stream may be accessed by going to www.moorestown.nj.us/129/ Agendas-Minutes.


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Moorestown Republican Municipal Committee endorses Bobadilla for council The members of the Moorestown Republican Municipal Committee (MRMC) voted unanimously to endorse Vick Bobadilla for Moorestown Town Council in the 2021 special election. “While 25 qualified residents inquired about running, it was clear that Vick Bobadilla is the right person at the right time to take on this fight,” said former Councilman Mike Locatell, who served as Chair of the MRMC’s Can-

didate Screening Committee this year. “Vick brings the realworld experience of building a business, raising a family here in Moorestown and dedicating decades of his life in service to our community. He’s the voice of common sense that our town needs at this critical time.” “After carrying the banner last year, Vick proved that he’s got what it takes to run and win,” MRMC Chairman Vinny Napolitano added. “Even with

major national headwinds in 2020, Vick managed to bring nearly 2,000 voters back to the GOP column for the town council race because of deep ties that help him transcend party lines. We are confident that with his years of service to Moorestown, combined with his platform of lower taxes, a united community, and bringing checks-and-balances back to town hall, Vick will win big in November and be an advocate for all in our community.”

Caregivers: Company says thank you continued from page 1 Control) guidelines, she brought around 40 workers together at the Moorestown Community House to offer the health aides and nurse assistants special awards, a goodie bag from Spavia’s Day Spa and a catered meal from Georgetti’s Catering. Based in Moorestown, TLC provides companion and homemaker services where trained specialists provide a helping hand around the house. The organization also provides personal-care services, including support from a state-certified nurse assistant or home health aide who can also help with feeding, personal hygiene, medication and monitoring of vital signs. McCabe said that when COVID hit, her employees were also faced with uncertainty as they helped people who were the most vulnerable. At a time when senior citizens were isolated and insecure, her staff continued to visit them to make sure that not only were their basic needs met, but that they weren’t alone. McCabe said there’s a connection between caregivers and clients, adding that TLC’s seniors look forward to seeing her employees and a genuine bond forms. “My people who are going into homes and taking care of loved ones were extensions of people›s families when they couldn’t visit their grandmothers, their mothers, their aunts, uncles, their

loved ones,” McCabe explained. She stressed how caregivers perform a vital service for seniors. For people who need assistance and can’t help themselves, caregivers are there no matter the circumstance: inclement weather or a pandemic. At the March 31 event, two of McCabe’s employees earned special recognition for loyalty and longevity. Tashion Harden has been with TLC for 12 years and Darlene Collins for eight. “I was in shock,” Collins admitted. “I thought we were just coming to a nice luncheon, and it really made me feel good for being recognized for a job I already love. “Everyone likes to be appreciated. This was special.” Harden echoed the sentiment. She said she felt emotional when her name was announced and was happy to be recognized for a job that she loves. Amid the pandemic, TLC staff became the “eyes and ears” of the families who were worried about their loved ones in their care, she added. “They relied a little more on us to help them learn more about how they were really doing during this time. We became an extension of the family,” Harden noted. The women’s work did not change during COVID, but the importance of it may have, according to Collins. TLC staff sat and listened to their seniors

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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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20 THE MOORESTOWN SUN — APRIL 7-13, 2021

April is FREE WINDOWS MONTH at Renewal by Andersen.1 Why is April one of the best times to replace your windows? Because if you call us now, you can get your more energy-efficient windows installed and enjoy a more comfortable home right away. And know that we’ve adjusted our operations to serve you in the safest way possible. Our exclusive High-Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass is up to 70% more energy efficient.† It’s engineered to make your home more comfortable in the colder and warmer months.

Call before April 30th!

Now offering virtual appointments, too!

It’s like getting FREE WINDOWS for 1 year1

NO NO NO

MONEY DOWN PAYMENTS INTEREST

FOR 1 YEAR

Why have our customers chosen us over another window company? 1. Fibrex® Material Our Fibrex material was researched by Andersen for 30 years before it was installed in even one home. Our Fibrex material is twice as strong as vinyl.

2. Unique Look Our window has the elegant look and strength of a wood window, but our Fibrex material doesn’t demand the same maintenance of wood.**

3. Accountability There’s no frustrating “middle man” to deal with. We manage the entire process–from building to installation to the warranty–on windows and doors.

Call for your FREE Window and Door Diagnosis

1

Plus

BUY 1 WINDOW OR DOOR, GET 1 WINDOW OR DOOR

40% OFF

1

1-877-866-4518 StopLeakyWindows.com

1 Offer not available in all areas. Discount applied by retailer representative at time of contract execution and applies to purchase of 4 or more windows and/or entry or patio doors. Buy two windows and/or doors, get the second two windows and/or doors, of equal or lesser value, 40% off. Discount applied to lowest priced window and/or door products in purchase. Cannot be combined with other offers. Initial contact for a free Window and Door Diagnosis must be made and documented on or before 4/30/21, with the appointment then occurring no more than 10 days after the initial contact. No payments and deferred interest for 12 months available to well qualified buyers on approved credit only. Not all customers may qualify. No Finance Charges will be assessed if promo balance is paid in full in 12 months. Renewal by Andersen retailers are independently owned and operated retailers, and are neither brokers nor lenders. Any finance terms advertised are estimates only, and all financing is provided by third-party lenders unaffiliated with Renewal by Andersen retailers, under terms and conditions arranged directly between the customer and such lender. PA Lic. # 001884. NJ Lic. # 13VH05055400. J&M Windows, Inc, d/b/a Renewal by Andersen of Greater Philadelphia. “Renewal by Andersen” and all other marks where denoted are marks of Andersen Corporation. ©2021 Andersen Corporation. All rights reserved. ©2021 Lead Surge LLC. All rights reserved. *Using U.S. and imported parts. **See limited warranty for details at https://www.renewalbyandersen. com/homeowner-help/warranty. †Values are based on comparison of Renewal by Andersen® double-hung window U-Factor to the U-Factor for clear dual pane glass non-metal frame default values from the 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015 and 2018 International Energy Conservation Code “Glazed Fenestration” Default Tables. All sales, marketing and installation of windows is conducted by Renewal by Andersen of Greater Philadelphia, an independently owned and operated affiliate operating in the Delaware Valley (PA, NJ, DE).

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