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Music at Bunker Hill spring concerts find new home COVID necessitates move indoors to Music Barn at the Gloucester County Fairgrounds The Sun Music at Bunker Hill is moving to a new venue this year to keep attendees safe during the ongoing pandemic. Its annual concert will now take place at the Music Barn on the Gloucester County

Fairgrounds in Mullica Hill. The venue offers food trucks and a beer garden, along with the ability to socially distance patrons outdoors. “Normally we are indoors and we needed someplace outdoors,” said Music at Bunker Hill Executive Director Martha Frampton. “We did two concerts at Wash-

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ington Lake park and we did one at the Music Barn, and for us, the Music Barn was a better fit. “Masks are required, hand sanitizer will be all over the place and chairs are set up in pairs 6 feet apart,” Frampton added “Our partner, Jay Kyle, runs the Music Barn. He has made it his business

to understand all the restrictions and work in the safest way possible.” Not only will Music at Bunker Hill offer a safe, in person option, it will also record the live shows and sell tickets to patrons who would like to watch from home. Arplease see CONCERTS, page 3

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Historic commission brings back car show Dedication of Olde Stone House Village also takes place April 24 By MACKENZIE FITCHETT The Sun The Washington Township Historic Preservation Commission will hold its 13th annual Classic Car Show on Saturday, April 24, along with a dedication of the Olde Stone House Village. The commission is made up of volunteers across the township who want to help keep the history of Washington Township alive. The only building currently under the ownership of the commission is the village, on Egg Harbor Road in Sewell. The annual car show brings in the most money to help with upkeep of the site. “We tell everyone who comes

with the cars that we use the money for restorations and things,” said commission Chairman Nicholas Appice. “The car show is our biggest, best and most well attended fundraiser, It is fitting we would do the dedication at the car show.” In previous years, the car show welcomed between 130 and 140 cars and hundreds of patrons. This year, there will be 13 classes of cars that include emergency vehicles and cars from the year 2000 and newer. Car owners will get the chance to win prizes and trophies throughout the day. The show will also welcome food trucks,

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Concerts: Bunker Hill spring shows coming to Music Barn continued from page 1 tistic Director William Frampton will use equipment to capture the concert from all angles. “We are going to make the online viewing a nice way to enjoy a concert,” he said. “We will record good audio with multiple cameras. I want to make sure the videos are entertaining and engaging.” The organization currently sells tickets for three concerts scheduled in April and May. Each group of musicians chosen to play will have a personal connection to the artistic director. “As the director, it is my job to put together programs that I think people will enjoy,” William Frampton said. “All of the people performing have these kinds of connections in my life, and it is really nice to bring them to this new venue.” The first performance on April 24 will feature a Washington Township native and friend of Frampton’s, Paul Laraia. He will play with the Catalyst Quartet, consisting of three others: Karla Donehew Perez on violin; Abi Fayette, violin; and Karlos Rodriguez, cello. The group will perform Florence Price’s “Unfinished Quartet” and “Quartet No. 2” and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s “Fantasiestucke.”. “I have known Laraia for over 20 years,” Frampton recalled. “We were both students at the same time in the Washington Township public schools. The rest of his colleagues and the group and I know each other through working together in New York.” The performance on May 8 will bring in Sybarite5, an interesting twist on the common classic performances expected in the Music at Bunker Hill’s lineup. Frampton discovered them during his time performing in New York. “They have a really cool concept that they do,” he explained. “They play music from all over, Radiohead, John Coltrane, maybe some classical music and some folk songs from their various heritages all over the world. They do these really interesting programs that only they could do.” Sybarite5 includes musicians Sami Merdinian and Sarah Whitney, violins; Angela Pickett, viola; Laura Metcalf, cello; and Louis

Levitt, bass. They will play songs such as “Weird Fishes” by Radiohead and “Alabama,” by John Coltrane. The final scheduled performance for spring brings in A Festival of Strings, consisting of alumni from the Perlman Music

Program in Shelter Island Heights, New York. They are Doori Na and Michelle Ross, violin; Molly Carr and William Frampton, viola; and cellist Jia Kim, who will perform String Quintet No. 2 in E flat major, by Max Bruch, and “String Quintet No. 1 in F major, by Johannes

Brahms. “We all knew each other as students working with Perlman,” Frampton said. “We have done a couple of these tours. It is really the generosity and kindness of Mr. Perlman and his wife that keeps us in touch with each

other.” Tickets for all three, hour-long performances can be purchased on www.musicatbunkerhill.org. Tickets for the performances can also be purchased at the door on the day of. Music at Bunker Hill will soon plan concerts for the fall.

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Shelter, pet pantry open for community The Gloucester County Animal Shelter (GCAS) is open to help Gloucester County families find their new furry friends. Adoption hours have been updated at the Gloucester County Animal Shelter to Tuesday through Thursday noon to 7 p.m. and Friday and Saturday noon to 4 p.m. Adoption hours are by appointment only. GCAS is still limiting access to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Any Gloucester County resident interested in adopting from GCAS can call (856) 881-2828 ext. 1 for adoptions. You can also fill out an adoption application online at www.gloucestercountynj. gov and a staff member will contact you with an appointment time. Animals are still adoptable at a discounted price. The shelter is still discounting adoption fees for the animals at the shelter.

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Mayor welcomes new businesses to township Economic Development consultant, Nancy Mozzachio and I had a fun filled afternoon. On Saturday, March 27 we both went to welcome Sushi Maki and The Multicultural Learning Center & Therapeutic Center, to our ever-growing Washington Township Business Community! Sushi Maki is open seven days a week and ready to serve each one of our residents with excellence. Their chefs prepare a fresh variety of sushi options, hibachi entrees, flavorful dishes and Milk Teas that give you a reason to enjoy every single bite. You can find them at the corner of Fries Mill Rd. and Hurffville-Cross Keys Rd. The Multicultural Learning Center

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tion is now open, and they are accepting new applicants. We’re so glad that both businesses chose to open up shop in Washington Township and welcome them with open arms to our thriving Washington Township Business Community. We wish them many years of success!

Budget Meetings I would like to remind residents that there are still some dates left for small group budget meetings for residents to ask any questions they have or to offer any constructive ideas they may have regarding the 2021 Municipal Budget. We ask that you contact the Business Administrator’s Administrative Assistant, please see MAYOR, page 8

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Bunker Hill students seek a pollution solution Middle schoolers once again take part in Philadelphia Zoo’s Unless Project By MACKENZIE FITCHETT The Sun The Bunker Hill Middle School Green Club is doing its part to save the endangered Humboldt Penguin through the school’s fourth annual Unless Project. The project was created nine years ago by the Philadelphia Zoo. It encourages students to create solutions for environmental issues they can relate to. This year, the club wanted to find a way to reduce plastic ocean waste. “The kids picked a problem and they decided to do waste this year,” said Green Club Advisor Lauren Sisco. “They thought it was an important thing because we live so close to the Shore. We are responsible for keeping our part of the ocean clean.” Sisco and co-Advisor Amy

Catalano helped the kids create a form for participants to fill out across the globe. It asks people for a pledge to keep the ocean free from plastic and to give an example of how to do that. The pledge also allows participants to send in a photo or video of how they are keeping the ocean plastic free through FlipGrid, an app used by educators to create informational videos for use during virtual learning. “The kids are excited because we have people pledging from other countries,” Sisco explained. “The FlipGrid was created in hopes of keeping the project alive and keeping people talking about it.” In previous years, the club students could take a trip to the Philadelphia Zoo to learn about the animal they chose to help through their project. Due to COVID, the zoo tour was virtual

this year. Two years ago, the Green Club won second place in the Unless contest for a recycling center created in the school. Students are encouraged to recycle old markers, crayons, ink cartridges, phone batteries and glasses to help the environment. They also placed posters around the bins explaining why those items cannot be recycled in a normal way. “It has been a lot of fun and a good experience for the kids,” Sisco noted. “In past years, we normally have to select kids because they get so excited. Because we were virtual this year, we had a little bit less interest.” The Bunker Hill Green Club is open to students in grades three through five and is usually packed with about 60 students. This year, due to virtual learning, only three fifth graders joined.

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Mayor: Battle of the Badges Blood Drive set to return on May 4 continued from page 6 Alicia Marini to register for your preferred meeting date. Alicia can be reached at amarini@ twp.washington.nj.us. You can visit our website at www.TownshipNJ.com for the meeting dates; they will be listed under the “Calendar” section. Also, listed on the calendar, you will find two Open Public Budget meetings for all residents to attend on April 21 and April 22 from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.; no sign ups necessary for these two meetings. We look forward to hearing some constructive ideas from the residents of Washington Township. PSA

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Battles of the Badges I am pleased to announce the friendly competition is on! My Administration, along with the Police and Fire Departments, announced there will be a Battle of the Badges Blood Drive on Tuesday, May 4 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Washington Township Senior Center located at 315 Greentree Drive. The goal is to collect 120 units; however, they will be able to safely process about 80 donations during each 5-hour shift. It’s super important this year to strongly urge appointments only so that they can maintain a safe donor flow and

attendance. Blood donors must choose which department they would like to donate for: Team Fire or Team Police. The winner will receive an award, as well as bragging rights for the year! I am proud to share that Washington Township was the first Municipality in Gloucester County to host a Battle of the Badges Blood Drive with the American Red Cross. We ask if you’re eligible to donate blood, to please consider signing up to donate at www. redcrossblood.org and enter the sponsor code: Washington Township BOB. No walk-ins this year.

To find out if you’re eligible, you may visit the Red Cross website, or call 1-866-236-3276. If you have been vaccinated please know the manufacturer of the vaccine, when being asked during the health history questions. The Red Cross is generous enough to offer t-shirts to donors while supplies last. One blood donation can save up to three lives. I look forward to seeing residents stopping in to make a difference in people’s lives at Washington Township’s Battle of the Badges. May the best department win!

Reminder: Shred Day Event

Shred Day on Saturday, April 10, from 9 a.m. - noon at the Washington Township Municipal Building parking lot. Please keep in mind only paper is accepted. LIMIT to 4 bags/boxes per car. Residents, please bring ID’s as they will be checked to confirm residency. Our next Shred Day event will be held on Oct. 23.

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Green: Bunker Hill students aim for cleaner oceans continued from page 7 this is why we do it,” Sisco said. “I think it is exciting to see how passionate the kids are about it. The boys we have this

year are so determined. They are passionate and driven and care about the Earth.” For more information about the Unless contest, visit https:// philadelphiazoo.org/unless-con-

test/. To participate in the FlipGrid, visit https://flipgrid.com/ fca5963f and use code: #humboldtheroes. To sign the pledge, visit

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Event: Historic commission car show returns continued from page 2 vendors, basket auctions, music and door prizes. Although the show is welcoming many patrons, Appice assures visitors it will comply with COVID and CDC (Centers for Disease Control) guidelines. “Last year, we postponed and we did it in August,” Appice noted. “We have hand sanitizer throughout the property and we park the cars a little farther away. We tried to cut down on the registration forms. We are going to do the same thing this year. It didn’t slow us down like I thought it would.” The car show is not the only event taking place on the 24th. The village will finally be registered as a historic site on the national level after years of hard work. “It was a lot of work, a lot of grants and a lot of paperwork,” Appice recalled. “It was something the historical society in ‘70s started to get it on the state

registration. It fell to the wayside because it was a lot of paperwork and it was a lot harder back then.” After the car show, patrons are welcome to gather for a presentation on the village, along with a promotional video on a new way to tour the historic site. “We are in the process now of doing automated QR codes,” Appice explained. “We are only open a few days a year, and now people can go up to the village and scan the code and get a virtual tour. We are working on a YouTube channel which will have a bunch of barcodes and clips with it also.” At the conclusion of the presentation, a plaque will be displayed at the village, whose building is the last real historic site in the township and will now be protected by federal and state organizations. “There are a few other buildings that are historical sites but are labeled as residences,” said Appice. “Washington Town-

ship was so spread out back in the day that we didn’t really have a main street like Mullica Hill or Pitman. They were basically sites for houses, farms or factories, stuff like that. Unfortunately, there is not much left other than the stone house and a couple buildings.” Participants can pre-register for the car show up until April 16 and receive a free T-shirt, $5 off the registration fee and the opportunity to skip the registration line. Registration forms can be downloaded from the commission website at https:// www.oldestonehousehistoricvillage.org. Participants are asked to fill out the forms before the show and arrive with the group of people with whom they would like to be parked. The commission also seeks volunteers to help with any facet of its work, including gardening, tours, cleaning or photography. To inquire about volunteering, email TownshipHistory1836@gmail.com.

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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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