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Monroe Township Parks and Recreation Commission welcomes spring with Bunny Trail

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Monroe Township Parks and Recreation Commission had most of its annual events canceled due to COVID. But on March 27, it spread spring cheer with the Bunny Trail. “We normally do an Easter egg hunt,” said Donna Park, president of the Parks and Recreation Commission. “But because of the gathering and the amount of kids, we copied off of what we did with Mr. and Mrs. Claus this year.” After a year of cancellations, the commission was finally able to hold a reverse Christmas parade in December. Cars drove through the parking lot of the Pfeiffer Center to greet Mr. and Mrs. Claus. After deciding it would be unable to hold the annual Easter Egg Hunt in Owen’s Park this year, the commission used the reverse parade concept to invite the Easter bunny to Monroe. “We wanted to make sure we could have an event that wasn’t canceled,” said Park. “We followed the guidelines and it was successful.” The Easter Bunny sat on a high rise trailer decorated with

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The Parks and Recreation Commission in Monroe Township came together on March 27 to give out Easter candy and decorated eggs at the Pfeiffer Center. Participants drove through the parking lot to wave to the Easter Bunny.

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Williamstown Rotary schedules blood drives Red Cross is in need of type O donations By MACKENZIE FITCHETT The Sun The Williamstown Sunrise Rotary Club is continuing its tradition of hosting American Red Cross blood drives, with events scheduled throughout the spring. “I started the blood drive for the Williamstown Rotary a year ago. This is going to be our fourth blood drive,” said Eli Berkowitz, president of the foun-

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dation. “We got a good reaction from it. The last blood drive we took in 42 units which is incredible for an organization that just started.” The Rotary is currently hosting blood drives in multiple areas across South Jersey in April and May. The next drive is set for April 14 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at The Estates of Monroe. According to Berkowitz and the Red Cross, blood is desperately needed. “The need for blood is constant, and volunteer donors are the only source for those in need,” Red Cross Communications Director, Diane Concannon, shared in an email to the Sun. “The Red Cross especially needs type O blood donors. Having enough type O blood on the shelves is important for ongoing patient care and emergencies.” Because it can be used for in-

dividuals with any blood type, there is a great need for O negative blood, but it is often in short supply since it is found in only about 6 percent of the population. Drives such as those hosted by the Williamstown Sunrise Rotary Club are important for the Red Cross, especially because so many school and business blood donations have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to potentially saving up to three lives, there are personal benefits to blood donation, too. It can also be used to discover COVID-19 antibodies in donors as well as educate donors on their own blood type. “It is a good way to type yourself because most people don’t know the type of blood they have,” Berkowitz explained. Donors can download the free Red Cross Blood Donor app to

keep track of donation information. The app also provides a RapidPass feature, which can be filled out ahead of an appointment and save time at donation. The Red Cross wants donors to feel comfortable and safe and have put many precautions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including temperature checks, hand sanitizing stations, masks and social distancing. “Safety is a priority for everyone including the Red Cross. Each Red Cross blood drive and donation center follows the highest standards of safety and infection control,” Concannon said. Berkowitz is currently scheduling blood drives every 60 days, the time donors must wait before donating blood a second time. For a full schedule of upcoming blood drives, visit www.redcrossblood.org.

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Spring: Bunny Trail run continued from page 1 flowers, Easter eggs, bunnies and baskets. Between noon and 2 p.m., the trail was open for families to drive through and wave to the Easter Bunny. The commission provided 10,000 Easter eggs filled with candy that were handed out to families. The commission also gave away six surprise eggs that earned winners a $25 Visa gift card. “The children had smiles from ear to ear,” said parks and recreation Director Brent Salvadori. “The commission was just so happy that we could do something again; it was a great day.” The parks department was not the only entity to spread Easter cheer that weekend. The Monroe Township Lions Club also bought 20 Easter baskets

for needy families in Monroe. “COVID is really hitting a lot of people,” said Director of Community Affairs Brandee Derieux. “We wanted to help some of the local residents and their kids with the Easter baskets … The club is a local nonprofit and they do a lot of good for the township. They do a lot of volunteering and they are a great organization.” Although the commission is unsure of future events, the community affairs department is working with the office of emergency management on ways to safely host upcoming events. It would like to hold the annual Puppy Parade for the 4th of July, along with a Young Mr. and Mrs. Pageant. More details on events are expected soon. For more information, visit https://monroetownshipnj.org.

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time. “It’s our top priority to get our animals into loving forever homes. The staff at the shelter will carefully walk you through the adoption process so you’re comfortable with your choice and ready to take your pet back to your family,” said Director Robert M. Damminger. Animals are still adoptable at a discounted price. The shelter is still discounting adoption fees for the animals at the shelter. Animals 6 years old and younger will have their adoption fees reduced to $35. Dogs and cats 6 years and older will have their adoption fees completely waived. “We also want to remind residents of our Pet Food Pantry,” said Deputy Director Frank J.

DiMarco. “We created this pantry to keep your pets in your homes. We know the pandemic has caused financial stress for many residents, so please don’t hesitate to pick up food for your pet at the shelter if you’re in need.” Any pet owner struggling to feed their pets due to the COVID19 pandemic, can visit the Pet Food Pantry to pick up pet food for their dogs and cats. If any Gloucester County resident is in need of food please call the shelter to confirm availability and schedule a time for pickup at (856) 881-2828 ext. 3. For more information from the shelter, please visit www. gloucestercountynj.gov or visit the shelter’s Facebook page.

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CALENDAR Wednesday, April 7 Monroe Twp Council ordinance meeting: 7 p.m. via The Monroe Township Municipal Building.

Monday, April 12 Friends of the Library meeting: 2 p.m. via Monroe Township Public Library. The Friends of the Monroe Township Library will be holding a meeting on Monday, April 12th to discuss the possibility of holding a socially distanced Book Sale in September of 2021. This meeting will take place inperson and virtually. For more information visit http://monroetpl.org. Monroe Twp Council meeting: 7 p.m. via The Monroe Township Municipal Building.

Thursday, April 15 Blood Drive: 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. via the Free Public Library of Monroe Township. American Red Cross Blood Drive RSMO Williamstown Give Blood. Save Lives. For an appointment, please call: 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767) To register online visit RedCrossBlood.org. Board of Education Meeting: 6:00 p.m.

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Monroe library will host Easter parade Take home bags will be available for children of all ages

The Monroe Township Library is gearing up for spring with its Bunny Hop Stay Parade on April 14. The parade offers families two separate times to bring children to the library for Easter treats, 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Families will be able to line up 6 feet apart in the library parking lot and must wear masks. Children’s Librarian Katrina Hauserman and library volunteers will be dressed in their Easter best to hand out treats. “We normally do a bunny hop inside the library,” said Hauserman. “Because

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of the pandemic, we can’t have that many patrons ... inside at one time. So we decided since the Halloween stay parade was such a big hit, we would do it again for Easter.” “Diggerland and Texas Roadhouse are giving us coupons, because they saw the event,” Hauserman noted. “All the staff members will be wearing bunny ears and I will be going around dressed as a rabbit ... It is going to be a lot of fun.” The library asks patrons to register for the parade ahead of time in order to get an accurate count of attendees. “We won’t be checking names, but we want to make sure we have enough stuff for everyone,” Hauserman explained. “We think if the weather is good, we

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might have more. We are really excited to be doing this.” Along with the parade, the library will also offer spring take home bags that will include crafts and activities for all ages. “The teen bag is done by the teen librarian and has something for Passover and Easter,” said Hauserman. “I do one for children and tweens; kids 8 to 12 have their own bag and 7 and younger have their own.” The teen bags are not only filled with activities but will also give teens a chance to earn points for a special and secret prize from Teen Librarian Kyle Casser. Each finished activity has a value as well please see EASTER, page 7

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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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609.914.0517

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We Power Wash Anything Fully Insured • Free Estimates

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Electrician

Oil Tanks

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APRIL 7-13, 2021 — THE WILLIAMSTOWN SUN Tree Service

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the most for any junk car or truck with or without title.

24 Hr. Emergency Service

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Requirements for Direct Support Professionals:

Base Rate - $14.50 hr. Paid Training

• A minimum HS diploma or GED • 21 YRS of age or older • A valid driver’s license • The ability to communicate and provide physical care to the people we serve • Basic computer skills • A flexible work schedule Interested

Must be 21+, Have diploma & Valid DL

P.I.L.O.T. Services s Apply on our website:

thepilotservices.org & click on “Careers” areers” Administration Office – Berlin NJ: 856-809-0600 56-809-0600

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(Expert in coins and old cards from 1960’s & before)

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Call Jack 609-217-6188

FULLY INSURED

1 ITEM OR THE ENTIRE ESTATE

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MISCELLANEOUS

Donate your gently used and new books to BookSmiles! BookSmiles is a non-profit organization that collects used children’s books and distributes them to underserved children in the South Jersey area.

Visit our website for 24/7 collection bin locations near you. www.booksmiles.org

in joining our team? Or know somebody who would be? Check out our current openings listed at qmainc.com.

Send your resume jpera@qmainc.com Equal Opportunity Employer

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EMPLOYMENT WEEKLY

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Multiple Work Locations Available

Employee Referral Program

Apply Online at qmainc.com/careers

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General Employment

Wanted to Buy BUYING!

We are now paying base rate $16 per hour.

QMA is hiring in Burlington, Camden and Cumberland Counties

P.I.L.O.T. is an EEOC Employer

WANTED: COINS • CURRENCY • OLD CARDS FROM 1960’S & BEFORE

WE ARE HIRING DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS

QMA Hiring Policy Regarding COVID-19 QMA provides vital and innovative daily living services to people with developmental disabilities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We continue to remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic and are HIRING continuously. The people we serve need staff who are compassionate and supportive like YOU! Thank you for your interest in joining our team!

Burlington Camden Gloucester & Atlantic Counties Day & Weekend Opp. / Double Time Holiday Pay

Junk Cars

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R&L TREE SERVICE

WEEKLY

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24/7 TREE EXPERTS • 856-796-3536 Tree Service

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THE WILLIAMSTOWN SUN — APRIL 7-13, 2021

Bright Smiles Family Dentistry Dr. Joan Malcolm, DMD

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FREE

2018, 2019

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Oral Cancer Screenings

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Spring Whitening Special

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Invisalign Treatment

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New Patient Exam including x-rays (4BWs, 2Pas) (for uninsured patients)

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856.875.8775 • 856.875.8166 • www.drjoanmalcolm.com

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