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Vicky Olson delivers Easter baskets to ManorCare on March 30.

After years of rewrites, Voorhees native publishes children’s book By KRISTEN DOWD The Sun

Baskets of love

ManorCare residents receive gifts for Easter The Sun Many churches and local organizations prepared to celebrate Easter in different ways. Vicky Olson, a West Berlin

resident and director’s choice for the East Windsor-based Miss Next Level Pageant and Mentoring Program, celebrated by donating Easter baskets to the ManorCare Health Services in Voorhees. On the morning of March

30, outside the center’s front entrance, Olson dropped off more than 100 colorful Easter baskets. ManorCare staff members gathered outside to help bring the baskets inplease see DONATIONS, page 7

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In 1998, a little girl named Meana went from living in Amber Curzie’s imagination to living in the pages of a book. It was the first time Curzie tried her hand at being an author and, as it turned out, it was also the first time she had to shelve her story when it didn’t get published. Fast forward more than two decades, and Meana is alive and well – still in Curzie’s imagination, yes, but also in “Mighty Meana Mullin You Are Loved,” a new Christian based children’s book that hit stores in January. “I think it was about timing. Meana was meant to be a character that was made and loved by children,” Curzie explained. “I rewrote this book many, many times. It wasn’t always Christian based, but it was always about being the best version of yourself.” Teaching children to be their

best self is a simple, yet impactful, lesson that stands the test of time. Shel Silverstein’s “The Giving Tree,” Jane Yolen’s “Owl Moon,” Kevin Henke’s “Chrysanthemum” – classic children’s literature is a smorg asbord of building good character, and “Mighty Meana Mullin You Are Loved” is no exception. CURZIE Centered around a blonde, blue eyed little girl named Meana, “Mighty Meana Mullin You Are Loved” tells the story of an 8-year-old’s journey to be her best, which, for her, means showing love like Jesus, all while praying for a friend to come into her life. For Curzie, weaving the Christian themes throughout the book happened rather or-

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Carolyn Lichter (nee Garrett) of Cherry Hill, died on March 30 at the age of 89 at Virtua Memorial Hospital Voorhees, due to heart failure. Mrs. Lichter is survived by her daughter, Laura Austin (Joseph) of Frederica, Del., and her son John (Taffey) of St. Petersburg, Fla. as well as two beloved grandchildren, Stephanie and Scott Austin. Mrs. Lichter grew up on Long Island and graduated from Simmons College in Boston. She held management positions with Bloomingdales in New York City from 1952-1959. After her marriage and relocation to South Jersey she worked for the Camden County Board of Social Services, retiring in 1996. At that time, she discovered golf, learned to play and enjoyed the

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COVID-19 vaccination cards may be critical moving forward By: County Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. More than 100,000 adults in Camden County have already been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, while nearly 180,000 have received their first dose and are awaiting their second. Vaccines represent our best weapon against this disease and our best means of putting this pandemic behind us. When you are eligible to get vaccinated, it is extremely important that you do so as soon as you can secure an appointment at either the Camden County Vaccination Center (CCVC) in Blackwood, or one of the nearly two dozen other providers throughout Camden County. When you receive your vaccination, you will also receive a vaccination card verifying that you got your shot. In recent weeks, officials at the CCVC have begun urging residents to laminate and make duplicate copies of that card. In this evolving environment the vaccination card could be imperative for travel, entering entertainment events or for students going back to class. Rutgers University has already announced that students returning to campus in the fall will need to provide proof of vaccination. We do not know how many universities, businesses, and venues will do the same. As we move forward, vaccinated adults should plan to always keep their vaccination card on their person, like a driver’s license. Almost a quarter of our residents in Camden County have been fully vaccinated, which is an extraordinary accomplishment over the last three months. For us, as a community, to get fully back

to normal proof of vaccination may be key to the process of protecting the overall public health. As it stands today, more than 170,000 first doses of the vaccine have been administered in the county and herd immunity is no longer a pipe dream but instead becoming more of a reality every day. That said, receipt of this vaccine is and will be critical for the future of our new normal during this pandemic. The COVID vaccination card is a certified document with the CDC logo in the upper corner, which includes, the date, type of vaccine and was provided to patients by the vaccine clinic, pharmacy or health care provider facilitating the shot. If you lose your vaccine card you should return to the place it was provided for a replacement card. If you received your vaccine at CCVC you can print a new copy of your card through the MyCooper portal where you made your appointment. If you are eligible for vaccination and need an appointment, you can register to get vaccinated at www.camdencountyvaccine. com, or by calling (856) 5490530. Appointments are currently being scheduled several months in advance, but our team is continuing to actively move patients up as more appointments become available. Additionally, if you secure your vaccination at another site, please remember to cancel all other vaccine appointments promptly. This allows someone else in our community to be vaccinated and for our rollout to progress more quickly. For more information regarding the Camden County Vaccination Center, please visit CamdenCountyVaccine.com.

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Curzie: Author pens children’s book continued from page 1 ganically. While her own relationship with Jesus was established in childhood, Curzie was also impacted the last decadeand-a-half by teaching religious education at Jesus the Good Shepherd in Beverly. “By my 15th year, I had a strong understanding of my faith,” she said. At the end of Catholic Mass, Curzie explained, the deacon tells parishioners to go and spread the gospel of the Lord. The Delran resident, who spent time growing up in Hammonton, Medford and Voorhees, recognized she already did that with her students, but was ready to do it outside of the classroom. Enter Meana Mullin. When Curzie was rewriting Meana once again (“I don’t know how many times I’ve rewritten it,” she admitted), she incorporated a religious backdrop for two reasons. One, she was personally struggling and feeling un-

loved at the time, and that made her rely more heavily on her faith. And two, Curzie discovered there were not many books available to 3- through 8-yearolds on how to be a disciple of Jesus. “If children can start when they’re young to build a foundation in their relationship with Jesus, it’s really going to help them when they’re older,” Curzie noted.. While she is Catholic, Curzie decided to write her book with a general Christian theme that she discovered makes up 31 percent of the world’s population. “I made it a general message of the gospel, that Jesus loves you and wants a relationship with you,” Curzie said. “My message wouldn’t have gotten as far if I had focused on just making it a Catholic book.” With publication, Curzie is grateful to her husband and five children for helping her always be the best version of herself. She’s also thankful for Mill-

bridge Elementary School teachers April Wallis and Noel Marini, both of whom posted about the book on their social media pages, garnering praise and well wishes from women across Delran. “If I could also just thank those women,” Curzie said. “It made me cry. I was so touched.” Curzie also credits Maria Gimello, who directs the religious education program at Jesus the Good Shepherd, for her guidance. “She is just fabulous. She’s always supportive and encouraging,” Curzie enthused. “If anybody in my life has been a mentor, it’s her.” As far as what’s to come, Curzie already has another book in the works – and Meana Mullin will make a return. “Mighty Meana Mullin You Are Loved” is available at the Moorestown and Deptford Barnes & Noble stores, barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com and balboapress.com.

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governor, Brian Kemp, cited “alarm-

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New Jersey’s legislation couldn’t be more different, not surprising in a blue state. It will allow our roughly

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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Donations: Olson organizes baskets of love for ManorCare residents continued from page 1 side; some carried them in their arms, while others wheeled them away on small carts. Each basket was filled with goodies, such as knitted prayer pocket blankets made by members at Hope United Methodist Church in Voorhees; cookies from Bunnycakes in Berlin; candy donated by the English Gardener Gift Shop in Haddonfield; crafts; soap; wash cloths, Easter eggs and cards. This is not the first time Olson has made such a visit, and certainly not the last. For the past several months, she has worked with house of worship, Hope Church, Next Level, and other community members to create different gift baskets for the seniors around the holidays, including Christmas and Valentine’s Day. Olson was initially inspired by one of the service projects her church did, where she and her daughters baked cookies for residents at another senior home, and where Olson got in touch with Jeanne O’Sullivan, activities director at ManorCare. “She (O’Sullivan) explained to

me that most of the seniors they had at the home did not have family, and due to COVID, none of them could accept visitors anyway,” Olson explained. “A lot of them were very lonely and didn’t seem to have a point moving forward. Having my grandmother who was 94 in the UK in a similar situation where none of our family could visit her, I kind of knew how lonely she was. It really got me thinking.” Olson’s grandmother passed away in February after a fall where she broke her hip. Because of the distance, Olson was unable to be with her in her final moments, just as others have been separated from loved ones over this past year. The Easter Blessings project is dedicated to her grandmother. T o g e t h e r, O l s o n a n d O’Sullivan made a list of things that could be donated to the seniors, and the former posted it online in various groups, while also working with Hope Church and Next Level to get the word out. The effort was met with a lot of support and enthusiasm. O’Sullivan has worked as the activities director at ManorCare

for 10 years and has been in the field for 32. But she’s never seen such love and compassion for the seniors that Olson, the community and the church have. Though ManorCare has received gifts before, it’s never been to the extent of Olson’s effort. The donation has given seniors and staff something to look forward to during a time when visitors aren’t allowed because of COVID and employees have to keep their distance. It was a hard year for everyone. “When we were open, we were huggers!” O’Sullivan reflected. “We were hand holders, and to not be able to do that? I almost gave up my position because I couldn’t be who I was. I went to my boss and said, ‘I can’t do it anymore.’ “Death, and families calling and crying, it’s not what I did, you know?” she added. “I was always the fun and games part of it. But then I realized, I am the only one for them. I can’t give it up. And then our mutual friend got us in contact, and I love this woman. please see DONATIONS, page 9

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Mayor: A focus on autism awareness continued from page 6 do not like physical contact such as hugs, tickling or physical play. Those on the spectrum often display repetitive behavior in performing the same action many times over. Any change to their behavior or routine can be unsettling. Other characteristics of autism include an unpredictable learning rate, obsessions and physical tics. 2021 National Autism Awareness Month, #CelebrateDifferences, is designed to build a better awareness of the signs, symptoms and realities of autism. It focuses on providing information and resources for communities to be more aware of autism, promote acceptance and be more inclusive in everyday life. A better informed public will be more empathetic and supportive toward those on the spectrum. SPEAK (Special Needs Parents Educators and Kids) of

Voorhees is the parent-faculty association for families with children with special needs in the Voorhees Township Public School District. Founded in March 2009, SPEAK addresses issues impacting special needs children living in our community by providing support, encouragement and important information and education for families and others who may be involved in the care of a special needs child. For more information about SPEAK of Voorhees, including teaching resources, fundraisers and sponsorship information, visit www.speaksj. org. For more information on National Autism Awareness Month, visit www.autism-society.org. • On-line registration for the 2021-2022 Voorhees Township Public School kindergarten full day program opened on March 1. Any child who will turn 5 on or before Oct. 1, 2021 is eligible for

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Donations: Baskets of love for ManorCare residents continued from page 7

“Just a little gift can make someone so happy. It lets them know someone cares besides -us.” g As COVID restrictions ease oand vaccines become more readily available, O’Sullivan hopes to have an event to thank the church and bring together seniors and the community. She onotes that ManorCare will also -make a donation within the next few days for pancreatic cancer

research as a thank you. After Olson’s mother died of pancreatic cancer six years ago, she has been walking annually at the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network in Philly. For those interested in helping, through a donation or by volunteering at ManorCare, contact Jeanne O’Sullivan at jeanne. osullivan@hcr-manorcare.com. The center still follows CDC guidelines, but once restrictions are lifted, it will welcome volunteers.

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Womack: Student looks to become future a physical therapist assistant continued from page 4 “She gave me the entire plan of how the program would work, what prerequisites I had to take, a whole timeline and a preview of the workload. I came in feeling very stressed, but by the time I left I had a clear view of the future and what I was going to do. It definitely helped me a lot.” RCSJ’s PTA program uses a combination of academic instruction and extensive handson clinical experience to pre-

pare students for success on the national licensing exam, while encouraging exploration into various specializations, including aquatics, vestibular, neurological, orthopedic and more. While not a stepping-stone into a Doctor of Physical Therapy program, this two-year, associate of applied science program prepares graduates for direct entry into the workforce upon licensure. “A Physical Therapist Assistant degree from RCSJ provides wonderful career options, without the burden of large loans to pay back upon graduation,” said PTA instructor, Eileen Doyle, PTA, MS. “After two short years, a graduate and licensed PTA can gain employment in a field that is profitable financially and rewarding personally.” “I’ve liked all my instructors so far; they’ve been fun and really nice,” Womack reflected. “PTA is just a great program. There’s a lot to learn, but it’s definitely a fun experience. As

an athlete you already know a little bit about the body – you understand the motions – but once you get into the PTA program it’s easier to connect the dots because you have that previous knowledge.” The deeply sobering events of the coronavirus pandemic have only increased Womack’s desire to join the ranks of healthcare workers who provide essential care for the sick and the vulnerable. “As we see in the world with the COVID pandemic, people are always going to get sick and they’re always going to need help, so it’s definitely a good time to get into the healthcare field. And I’m just thankful that RCSJ gave me a gateway to that field. Because we’ll always need our healthcare workers, especially in times like these.” To learn more about RCSJ’s Physical Therapist Assistant program, available on the Gloucester campus, visit RCSJ. edu/Nursing/PTA.

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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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