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Fifth grader wins Redford Center Stories Challenge Sofia Rubcich’s film ‘Our Choice’ focuses on climate crisis By CHRISTINE HARKINSON The Sun Sofia Rubcich, a fifth-grade student at Moorestown Upper Elementary School, and her teacher Jamie Baron were named 2022 Environmental Champion Award recipients for the Redford Center Stories Challenge. The challenge is described as a contest that provides educators and students with dynamic, integrative and no-cost tools to actively engage in the movement for environmental justice, protection and repair. Co-founded in 2005 by actor Robert Redford and his son James, the Redford Center uses storytelling to galvanize justice and regeneration. Every year, the center’s film challenge is open to students in grades five through 12 who are each required to create a 90-second environmental film that paints a hopeful portrait of the future and one that inspires action. Rubcich’s short film, “Our Choice,” addresses the climate crisis and ways people can make a difference for the environment through action. She wants her movie to inspire others as they contemplate what they can do about environmental issues. “What I really want them to

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Moorestown Upper Elementary School fifth grader Sofia Rubich (right) and her teacher Jamie Baron address the student’s film, “Our Choice,” a cautionary tale about the ongoing climate crisis.

do is to spread more awareness, because not too many people know about the climate crisis, and I think if more people did, then more people would speak up about it,” Rubcich said. “If more people speak up about it, then (there will be) no more climate crisis.” Baron is an investigative math, challenge and math support teacher who also teaches the challenge group at Upper Elementary. She explained how she got her students involved in the Redford Center Stories Challenge. “I have always really been interested in the environment and protecting the environment with all my other classes leading up to now, and so this year was a good opportunity to take my challenge class to the next level with the environment,” Baron explained. “Last year, I had also introduced it to my class as kind of an optional assignment … and that so kind of sparked my interest in making it more of a long-term assignment,” she added. When Baron’s student group met weekly, they discussed environmental issues such as plastic pollution, deforestation and fossil fuel burning, then wrote scripts

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Deptford resident Tom Campbell discusses group drumming at The Porch Club of Riverton during a full moon on May 16. He also shared ancient tales and spiritual songs.

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Moorestown’s 2022 Memorial Day Celebration Dr. Fred Young will reflect on his experience of the Vietnam War By AMY FILIPPONE Dept. of Parks & Recreation The Memorial Day ceremony will take place on May 30 at 10 a.m. at Memorial Field off South Church Street. As in years past, many make the ceremony special and reflective. A member of the Moorestown High School band will play taps. Judy Young, Goldstar Mother, will read the recitation of the names of the 41 soldiers from Moorestown. As each name is called, a girl scout will lay a flower on the memorial wreath. The Invocation and Benediction will be given by Rev. Dr. Gina Hendrickson, Lead Pastor, United Methodist Church of Moorestown. Post 42 of the American Legion, led by Wil-

liam H. Synder, will fire the gun salute to honor those lost. Moorestown Mayor Nicole Gillespie, a veteran and graduate of the Naval Academy, will open the ceremony. This year’s speaker will be Fred Young who will reflect on his experience of the Vietnam War. Young attended Air Force Officer Training School in Texas and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force in 1962. He served in Maine at an Air Defense Command headquarters and was assigned to Takhli Royal Thai Air Base in Thailand during the Vietnam War build up. When he arrived, there were 500 Air Force staff and by the end of the same year, that number had increased

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shared what came about. “A school composting initiative was born because of this, so with the Redford Stories contest and thinking about the environment, thinking about waste and landfills and the problems that that causes … Sofia’s group and another group had the idea of, ‘Let’s start a composting initiative,’ the teacher noted. “ … In a way, the whole point was to stir up some action and to motivate people to do some action,” she added. “And in a way, it motivated us to take action as well just on a small school level, and so far it’s been pretty successful.” Rubcich wants her film to influence her community. “I really want them to know and be aware about what’s going on in our atmosphere and in our environment … how everything is being affected, even us,” she offered. “We really just have to stand up and (not) rock the boat for everyone else.”

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that would fit the narrative of their videos. Baron said the Redford Center challenge benefits students in more ways than one. “I thought this was a really good opportunity for these kids in here to be able to use their creativity and innovation and motivation to put their full hearts into the project and try their best,” she said. “And we were so excited that one of our students won one of the awards.” Rubcich detailed how she filmed “Our Choice” using current technology. “After we filmed the video, I got my iPad, I got my laptop and I started editing,” she recalled. “I used iMovie, because when I was younger, I would use (it) for everything … I showed it to my parents and they were very supportive of me, so that made me really happy.” The student and Baron learned they received the award right around Earth Day and the latter

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s reported recently in The Sun, the Washington Township veterans wall will now accept applications for the next phase of inductions, but because of the growing number of veterans eligible, the township will need a second wall. “It started with the recognition of those who fought and gave their lives,” said Mayor Joann Gattinelli. “Their families still live here and they are representing them honorably on the wall.” The news is timely given that Memorial Day will be celebrated on Monday. The federal holiday is meant to honor those who have died serving their country. Originally known as Decoration Day, it became an official federal holiday in 1971, according to history.org. But let’s face it, Memorial Day is also thought of as the kickoff to summer, a chance for people to head to the Shore, host a barbecue, watch a parade. Or shop: Retailers shamelessly advertise sales timed to the holiday, for all the wrong reasons. The true meaning of the holiday has gotten lost. While the intent of Memorial Day

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was to honor those who died in service, we’ve associated it for years with all veterans, thus the names to be added to the Washington Township wall, an effort supported by local businesses. (Veterans Day in November officially honors all living vets and current service members.) The holiday began as a way to honor those lost in the Civil War, but as America fought in other wars, the holiday evolved to commemorate personnel who died in all conflicts, including Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan, history.org notes. But how we’ve evolved is less important than what we can do to honor the military’s men and women. Flags are planted at military posts. Wreaths are laid at graves. Towns celebrate with the aforementioned parades and other ceremonies. Here are some ways you can celebrate the intended meaning of Memorial Day in the area. Dates are May 30 unless otherwise noted:

– The Glassboro Memorial Day parade will take place from 10 a.m. to noon, beginning at University Boulevard and Lehigh Road. A solemn ceremony will be held at Town Square Veterans Memorial Plaza. – Medford’s annual Memorial Day parade will happen at 11 a.m., beginning at Memorial Middle School on Mill Street and ending on Main Street. The event will include a 21gun salute and flag raising. – Swedesboro’s Memorial Day ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Woolwich firehouse. Flag services will take place there and at the war memorial in front of borough hall. – Through July 4, Haddonfield is hosting Project Poppy, an art installation at the high school in memory of soldiers who died. The red poppy has been a symbol of lives lost since World War 1. In advance of Memorial Day on May 27, the Battleship New Jersey in Camden will host a twilight adult guided tour from 6 to 8 p.m. Tickets are $30, $15 for battleship members. Any one of these events counts as a true tribute to America’s fallen soldiers. Let’s keep that in mind.

Student’s biochemistry research pays off Maya Butani takes top prize at science, engineering fair

By CHRISTINE HARKINSON The Sun Moorestown High School senior Maya Butani won first place at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Atlanta earlier this month for her category in biochemistry. Society for Science, a nonprofit that promotes the understanding and appreciation of science and the vital role it plays in human advancement, holds annual competitions such as the fair to inform,

educate and inspire students around the world. At the fair, Butani participated in symposiums, met others who shared a passion for science and engineering and faced the competition itself. Her category was sponsored by Regeneron, a biotechnology company that invents life-transforming medicines for people with serious diseases. “I got to talk to a lot of people who were involved with Regeneron and kind of get an idea of what working in the field would look like for the specific field of science

that I’m interested in,” Butani noted. “(That) was really cool because it exposed me to different paths in science that I hadn’t really had exposure to before,” she added, “so it was a really cool way to kind of get an idea of different science professions.” Butani explained how her first-place project could help people all over the world. “This project basically fills a problem where there are a lot more people please see BUTANI, page 9

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to 5,000 in the 355th Tactical Fighter Wing. Young received both his master’s degree and doctorate in educational administration from Temple University in the late 60’s, both under the GI Bill. He dedicated his post-military life to serve in the New Jersey public school system, beginning as a high school English teacher and went on to be an assistant principal, a Director of Curriculum and Instruction and finally as a Deputy Superintendent of Schools. Young is an avid amateur historian and was integral in getting the town center of Moorestown listed on the New Jersey as well as the National Register of Historic Places. He is well versed in Moorestown history and architecture, having lectured and led tours in Moorestown. Please join us, rain or shine, to honor our local and all U.S. military personnel who died while serving in the armed forces.

36th Annual Memorial Day Ceremonies: May 30, 2022 Musical Prelude – Moorestown High School Band Posting of Colors – Boy Scout Troop #44 Pledge of Allegiance – Cub Scouts # 44 National Anthem – Moorestown High School Band Invocation – Rev. Dr. Gina Hendrickson, Pastor, First United Methodist Church Welcome – Mayor Nicole Gillespie Main Speaker – Dr. Fred Young Roll Call and Remembrance – Mrs. Judith Young, past president, AGSM and Moorestown Community Girl Scouts Military Salute – William H. Snyder, Post 42, American Legion. Gene Clark, Commander TAPS – Moorestown High School Band Benediction – Rev. Dr. Gina Hendrickson, Pastor, FUMC Musical Conclusion – Donna Banes

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MoorArts and school district hold student art show The exhibit happens at same time as Moorestown Day By CHRISTINE HARKINSON The Sun For the first time in three years, MoorArts will support the school district art show at the Community House of Moorestown on June 4. “It’s a nice event (and) it’s a good way to highlight and close the year,” said Georgean Wardzinski, president of MoorArts. The nonprofit supports the fine and performing arts in the community and the township’s schools. All proceeds raised from its events support scholarships for eligible high-school seniors and the MoorArts Grants Program for arts-based projects in the school district. MoorArts also expands arts opportunities and awareness by teaming with organizations throughout the community. Wardzinski explained how the district art show benefits stu-

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Mediums such as pottery, photography and 3D will be on display at the MoorArts-sponsored school district art show. dents in every grade. “It’s a great way to showcase and wrap up the end of the year for the fine and performing arts, the fine arts, because they didn’t previously really have any-

thing,” she said. “The performing arts always has their concerts at the end of the year, but the visual artists … they really didn’t have any way to kind of culminate the final year.”

MoorArts planned to host the 2020 district show - which began in 2014 - for the first time at the Community House, until COVID put everything on pause. This year, the event is back in full

swing. “We will have a table outside of the library with a free craft for students, a children’s craft that kids can take, just as another way to expand on the arts,” Wardzinski said. “We’re also going to have face painting going on.” The show will also happen at the same time as Moorestown Day, another long-standing tradition. “We’re hoping to get an even better participation rate of people coming to see the art show, with it being at the Community House, which is right in the middle of town on Moorestown Day,” Wardzinski noted. “I would love to see just a good community turnout.” Mediums such as pottery, photography and 3D will be on display and Wardzinski said the show is a bonus for students. “It’s amazing what some of the please see ART, page 12


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other.” Campbell said he and his group members drummed together at each other’s homes every three weeks. Eventually, he started leading retreats at different locations such as community centers, yoga studios and now his home. “Five years ago, (I) bought a home in Deptford with my wife and we started doing, twice a month, drumming at the house,” Campbell recalled. “So we built a labyrinth and a medicine wheel and an angel wheel in the backyard and (we) have kind of a forest.” Campbell’s experience helped him lead drumming sessions. “Every year on our men’s group retreat, I would do what we call the ‘Native American session’ for the group,” he noted. “It’s a two-and-a-half-hour group meeting, and each year, I would do something different and I would research.” “So I got to know Native, Indigneous, all kinds of cultures to help present to the group.” Through his research, Campbell can help others focus on connecting to their inner selves. He explained how he runs the twohour sessions at his home. “ … I incorporate storytelling, some ritual, some movement, some gestures (and) some song, and it makes the time go because you just can’t drum that long,” Campbell noted, “So I do what I call ‘drum segments,’ where we drum for a certain amount of time and then we bring it down and I let the energy move around.” “ … I might tell a story (and) then we do another segment and we just keep moving through the

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This drum with animals painted on the front is one of 30 that Deptford resident Tom Campbell brought to a drumming session during the full moon.

time period.” Campbell noted how group drumming benefits others. “It kind of resonates with people,” he remarked. “I’ll go over some medical studies published on group drumming about reducing stress and anxiety, lowering blood pressure, producing immune cells … all kinds of things that group drumming does to you physically and emotionally and spiritually.” Campbell brought 30 handheld drums to the full moon event for participants to experiment with, some made from animal and fiber skins. He described what he hopes his drumming sessions do for others. “I look forward to people experiencing the drumming, to having it touch them deep inside so they feel something,” he said. “Sometimes it opens up something for them. Sometimes it’s relaxing, sometimes it’s very energizing.” “I hope for people to be open enough that they will feel the power of the drumming.”

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Butani: Takes top prize continued from page 9 tion Society. “It’s an organization that is against animal use in science, and because my project is a plantbased alternative, they appreciated that as an alternative to other animal-based forms of tissue engineering,” she offered. The student is grateful for the experiences she had, the people she met and the information she

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Art: School district represented in student show continued from page 8 elementary schools can send in, and (the) middle school and the upper elementary school,” she noted. “ … We also usually get students who have exhibited in any of the regional art shows.” Wardzinski also highlighted

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