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Getting creative Mullica Hill Art Center to host annual arts and crafts festival By JAMES JACKSON The Sun Lynne Hagerty Perez and her daughter, Chelsea Hagerty, originally opened the Mullica Hill Art Center so artists could display and sell their original pieces. When they couldn’t find nearby classes in town, the duo started to teach classes. Their art center, first opened in 2012, will now host its seventh annual arts and crafts festival on Saturday, May 8. “Opening up the Mullica Hill Art Center was a tribute to my mother, who was an artist,” said Lynne. The festival will take place at 10 a.m. and will feature about 100 vendors, the largest in its history. Local artists will be able to sell and display original work that consists of homemade scarves, protective masks, paintings, drawings, and blown glass. One of the artists is Bruce Williams, who will have 50 or 60 of his gourds on display. Gourds are cropped plants in the squash and pumpkin families. please see ART, page 2

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continued from page 1 “Once you grow them, you have to dry them, then clean them from the inside,” Williams explained. Drying the gourds takes up to four to five months before he can burn designs on them with a hot iron. Designs include flowers, animals, trees and scenery. Williams also has special pens that allow him to shade in the designs. “We’ve seen people who paint decorations on dried gourds, but very seldom have we seen anyone who burns designs and scenes on them, or combines burned designs, paintings, and

carvings,” he said. He sells each piece for as little as $45 and up to $150, depending on the amount of work that goes into each piece. The festival originally took place throughout Mullica Hill, but Hagerty Perez and her daughter ended up taking it over once their business was up and running. To prepare, they attended different art festivals in the South Jersey area. “Kids are expected to be creative in school, but they aren’t being taught how to be creative,” said Chelsea Hagerty. When she teaches kids’ classes, Chelsea loves to use water-

colors, while her artist mom specializes in acrylics and using clay. “We feel that art is beneficial, because it opens up horizons and friendships while also giving kids confidence,” said Hagerty Perez. For more information on the event and the center, visit the Facebook page at https:// www.facebook.com/MullicaHillArtCenter and the website at https://www.mullicahillartcenter.com/. To see more gourds by Bruce Williams, visit his Facebook page at https://www.facebook. com/decorativegourds.

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Voting laws should be strict to be credible The underlying message I found in the editorial where you bring up Jim Crow is that white Republicans work to suppress the minority vote. The Jim Crow laws and the KKK belong to the Democrat party that has always used and abused minorities, particularly Black people, since long before there was a Republican party, which was actually formed in part to combat slavery. Democratic President Woodrow Wilson lauded the KKK for their efforts. In recent years, the only bla-

tant intimidation of voters was by the Black Panthers in Philadelphia, where President Barack Obama’s attorney general Eric Holder dropped the charges brought against them. Let’s just be honest. The loosening of election laws makes fraud easier. The standard has to be strict to give our elections some credibility. You vote in person on Election Day with a voter ID, and if you can’t, then there is the absentee ballot. The reason our voting laws have to be strict is exactly what Gov. Phil Murphy said, “Voting is our most sacred American right.” Joe Hegarty

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Continue to practice COVID safety measures By MAYOR LOUIS MANZO Special to The Sun Confidence has increased as we see the number of vaccines being administered increase. This is a good sign on the path to vaccinating 70 percent of New Jersey’s adult population (or 4.7 million people) by June 30. It should be noted that the Gloucester County Mega-site, one of six the state has set up, is outperforming the other sites, in terms of distributed vaccinations. Kudos to the county workers who are pitching in, around the clock, to ensure this level of proficiency. I continue to remind you to position yourself to receive the vaccine, knowing now that everyone over the age of 16 will be eligible as of April 19. You can get registered for the vaccine at the New Jersey state site. We hope that this week’s statewide increase is indicative of a downward trend.

New case counts in the last seven days increased by 20,864, compared with the prior week’s increase of 24,848. It is the second consecutive week where overall case counts have dropped. The cumulative total of COVID-19 cases in New Jersey is 838,328 since the outbreak started. We lost 242 more New Jersey residents in the last week, bringing that total to 22,323. Gloucester County also had a lower case count increase in the past week, halting a four-week streak of increasing numbers. There were 749 new cases of the virus reported in the last week, bringing the countywide cumulative total of positive tests to 24,182 since the outset. Four more Gloucester County residents died from the virus, bringing the countywide death total to 551. Harrison saw their case count increase by 34 last week bringing our cumulative total to 976 since the outbreak began. We have lost 10 Harrison residents.

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Maintaining a balance The rising number of COVID-related hospitalizations over the last few weeks ended. 2,261 patients were reported in the 71 hospitals in New Jersey. That is slightly less than last week’s total. Again, we hope to see that trend continue. There appears to be a plateau in Mortality Rate. The 7-day moving average has dropped slightly, from 35 to 33. You will recall that the 7-day moving average number represents the average number of New Jersey residents who die from COVID-19.

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Team Dad helps fathers grieve: The Sun Every time Bill Collins is asked how many children he has, he wants to say three. Whether or not he does depends on his readiness for a deeper conversation. Collins has three sons: 15-yearold Aidan; 5-year-old Finn; and baby Brady, who died in utero when Collins’ wife, Shannon, was 35 weeks pregnant in 2013. “We had a lot of support, and I’m eternally grateful for that,” Bill Collins said. But life didn’t stop – for Collins, his wife or their family and friends. The couple returned home from Virtua Voorhees without their baby. The constant presence of supporters dwindled. And Collins had to return to work, even before his son’s funeral. “I was breaking down at work. You’re just damaged goods at that point,” the Mantua resident recalled. “Mentally, emotionally and every other way, I was not ready to go back to work. I really suffered.” Add to that the social stigma of a man needing to be strong, to be the rock for his grieving wife, and Collins was falling apart. Of course, time heals all wounds, or at least wraps them tight, a dull ache that doesn’t sear with pain quite as often. Collins and his wife tried to

move forward, working through their PTSD from losing Brady, grieving together, yet somehow separately. They attended grief support groups, where the focus was largely on mothers, so Collins didn’t quite feel comfortable. “There was just no one for men to talk to,” he said. “When a father loses a child, it’s almost like it’s expected for us to be the strong one. I got asked, ‘How’s Shannon?’ “Nobody ever asked if I was OK.” Even if Collins didn’t know it that time, that was when the seed of Team Dad – a bereavement support group exclusively for fathers – was first planted. As the years progressed, the idea germinated. It took a little convincing from two local nurses before it took root. Ann Coyle, manager of perinatal bereavement programs at Virtua, knew the Collins from their stay during the loss of Brady. Inspira nurse Jessie Pizarro, who also works with bereaved parents, helped the couple deliver Finn five years ago. “I always wanted a fathers’ group. I think the men are very sorely overlooked,” Coyle said of bereavement support. “The mother carries the baby, so it’s all physically, emotionally and mentally happening to her. Everyone focuses on the mother. Mothers are allowed to be more emotional, and fathers in our so-

ciety are not necessarily allowed to be more emotional.” As Coyle was trying to convince Collins to start what would become Team Dad, Pizarro heard him speak about losing Brady at a Tears Foundation fundraising walk. The Deptford resident told Collins afterward that, yes, he needed to start a group for dads. “I thought, wow, what a different perspective to hear from a man’s side. They do tend to be quieter and they’re trying to be strong and support their wife,” Pizarro explained. “After the fact, I saw (Collins) and said it was really great to hear from a dad’s side. “People don’t recognize what all (fathers) go through.” Just a little over a year ago, Team Dad came to life via a private Facebook group, a brotherhood members don’t want to belong to, but desperately need. Collins started the group with another bereaved father, Lem Cox, and it had a few others at the beginning. There’s no pressure, no restrictions on acting a certain way, as long as everyone is respectful. “I didn’t think it was going to be anything outside of me trying to help people,” Collins noted. “I didn’t realize how much it was going to impact these guys. It’s transformative. It’s nice to not be judged.” Any father who has experi-

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easy to attend. He meets one on one with new members before they take part in a group meet. Collins tries to regularly post things to the Facebook group, and he also tells the members he’s there for them, even if that means a middle-of-the-night phone call. “I’m not trying to change the world,” he said. “I’m just trying to bring awareness to the support dads need when they lose a child. Parents who have to plan funerals for their children understand one another. “You want to be there for people in their worst moment,” Collins added. “You don’t want anybody to go through something alone.”

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Paving the way: Emma Matera helping build a program Two time state champion is eager to make girls wrestling stick at Delran High School

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Following her recent postseason success this year, Delran junior Emma Matera is now a back-to-back girls wrestling state champion. As she hopes for a third and final title next year, she also hopes to help build a program for after she’s gone.

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Coming off another individual state title victory earlier this month, Delran junior Emma Matera already has goals for next year. And while defending her back-to-back state titles during her senior year is certainly some-

thing she hopes to accomplish, Matera has a much greater goal in mind as well. Along with her coach, she wants to leave behind a strong program that wasn’t there when she first got to Delran High School. “I know one of the goals that both of us have … is to build the program more and more,” said

coach Nathan Marter. “We talk about her leaving a legacy, not just in terms of her wins, but also in terms of her being a trailblazer in really helping build the program and getting the girls that are going to stay behind after she graduates to carry on that tradition that is Delran wrestling.” According to Marter, his junior girls wrestling captain is 51-4

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thus far in girls only matches, with the four losses all occurring during her freshman year. Ironically enough, Matera started wrestling in middle school as a way to get better at jiu-jitsu, something she’d been doing since she was 8 years old. With jiu-jitsu being a year ‘round sport, she spent plenty of time practicing and competing in the gym. Eventually, two brothers she practiced with continued to beat her again and again. Matera, being very serious about her sports, tried endlessly to get better and beat them, without success, until the males recommended wrestling. “They just put a whooping on me every day,” Matera recalled with a chuckle. “They said I should try to go out for the wrestling team as a way to get better.” Matera was apprehensive at first. She didn’t know any girls who wrestled and the idea of joining the team seemed a bit off. But after a year of pondering the idea, she went out for the team in seventh grade and has loved it ever since. When she reached high school, Marter knew Matera was special. “We had heard about her through the middle school, and when she came in her freshman year, she was the only girl on the team,” said Marter. “We always run our practices together, with the boys and girls, and she was always the first one to jump up and get going. “It was never like we had a girl on the team,” added Marter. “It was just like we had another wrestler. But we kind of knew

she was special that first year.” Marter said at first, it was difficult to find girls matches for Matera, as the sport was more popular in North Jersey than it was in the south. That often led Matera to wrestle in JV matches against boys. Girls wrestling is now growing across the state. And while her career accolades include being a two time individual state champion, Matera attributes her success and accomplishments to the hard work and effort she put in with teammates over the years. “It’s insane to think about where I’m at right now,” said Matera. “I tell my teammates all the time, especially when we get new girls on the team, they’re always so much better than me when I first started out. “When I first started wrestling, I felt like I was probably the worst in the room.” With one final year ahead, Matera and her coach want to continue building the girls program next year, with the former helping to recruit players. “I would love to have a full lineup and more next year. I think that anyone can benefit from wrestling, especially girls,” said Matera. “A lot of girls are hesitant at first, which I understand, but as soon as they get in the ring, it’s usually a different story.” “I think she sort of knows that she’s been one of the leaders and is an extension of our coaching staff to help us grow this girls program,” Marter said. “She kind of takes that upon herself to be a leader by preparing the way that she does and leading by example.” ■

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