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Residents stand outside the Hampton Lakes Emergency Squad office for a free public education series offered to those living in LeisureTowne and Southampton. Topics includes CPR, first aid, active shooter drills and pediatric and infant choking. nership that would carry out the emergency management functions of mitigation and preparedness. During the pandemic, Fitzpatrick-Ruth recognized the public’s need for more interaction, information and education on how to recognize, react and provide care before emergency ser-
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This month marked the start of the Hampton Lakes Emergency Squad’s free public education series for LeisureTowne residents, with courses for residents to learn CPR, first aid, active shooter drills and other topics. The first class in the series was held on May 13 at LeisureTowne and was reserved solely for its residents. It offered classes on family CPR and first aid. The May 31 course will also teach family CPR at the Southampton Township municipal building and is free to all township residents. Other educational topics will include recognizing a stroke and active shooters. According to the LeisureTowne Association in Action newsletter, Heartsaver CPR will cover adult, pediatric, infant choking and CPR training. The public education classes began in 2021, when Chief Eamonn Fitzpatrick-Ruth was appointed as the Municipal Emergency Management Coordinator. He created a part-
vices arrive. “Oftentimes we see situations where trained and educated bystanders could recognize and report medical emergencies, render immediate care and creatie a more positive patient outcome as a result,” Fitzpatrick-Ruth explained. This is the first year of openly
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we can collect even more.” “Today really exemplified service learning,” said LTC Ronald Tuczak, the senior JROTC instructor at Lenape High School. “The students did a tremendous job and learned a lot about the shelter and its operations, but also teamwork. It was a huge success.” Commissioner Eckel said the County shelter would be thrilled to have the Lenape students back again. “Our animal shelter staff and volunteers do an extraordinary job caring for all the animals at the shelter every day, but Saturday’s service-learning day was special for them and the students,” Eckel said. “It gave these students an up-close-look at how the shelter operates and the value of community service. Our shelter staff, volunteers and animals got to interact with some really great kids. Our entire Board applauds everyone who please see JROTC, page 7
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Porch Club sets full moon to music: By CHRISTINE HARKINSON The Sun
The Porch Club of Riverton scelebrated this month’s full emoon, known as the Full Flowter Moon, with drummer Tom eCampbell, who led a ceremony that featured group drumming, stories and songs. According to the Farmers Almanac, in most areas of the Northern Hemisphere, flowers are abundant in late spring. Brilliantly colored blossoms burst tforth in both trees and meadows, -resulting in the name Full Flowser Moon. Campbell has studied Native, Indigenous and ancient wisdom and Shamanic traditions to asesist a journey that started decades ago. - “About 35 years ago, I was epart of (finding) a men’s spiritual group,” he explained. “We would go away on retreat once a year, and the second year, we went away and we started drum-
ming. “We liked the sound, we liked the Native culture and their respect for the Earth and each 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 time period.” Campbell noted how group please see CLUB, page 6
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Deptford resident Tom Campbell discusses group drumming at The Porch Club of Riverton during a full moon on May 16 by sharing ancient tales and spiritual songs with residents.
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– 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.
Club: Tom Campbell celebrates Full Flower Moon continued from page 5 participants to experiment with, some made from animal and fiber drumming benefits others. skins. He described what he hopes “It kind of resonates with peo- his drumming sessions do for othple,” he remarked. “I’ll go over ers. some medical studies published “I look forward to people expeon group drumming about reduc- riencing the drumming, to having ing stress and anxiety, lowering it touch them deep inside so they blood pressure, producing im- feel something,” he said. “Somemune cells … all kinds of things times it opens up something for that group drumming does to you them. Sometimes it’s relaxing, physically and emotionally and sometimes it’s very energizing. spiritually.” “I hope for people to be open Campbell brought 30 hand-held enough that they will feel the drums to the full moon event for power of the drumming.”
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