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NOV. 1117, 2015

Mission-flown flag a symbol for vets at Spring Hills


American flag Marine
sent home from Bahrain
to his grandfather now
hangs at Cherry Hill
assisted living community
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
An American flag hangs over
the town hall room at Spring Hills
Cherry Hill Assisted Living Community.
On the surface, it looks like any
other American flag. But behind
the flag lies the story of a Marine
from Cherry Hill and his grandfathers kind gesture to veterans
everywhere.
The flag had come from
Bahrain courtesy of
Capt.
Stephen Maro of the United
States Marine Corps. A native of
Cherry Hill, Maro had spent nearly all of 2015 in Bahrain as an Airfield Operations Company commander at Sheik Isa Air Base. He
worked with a unit for the Special
Purpose Marine Air Ground Task
Force Crisis Response. This aviation unit helps support American, Iraqi and other allied ground
troops battle ISIS.
Earlier this year, a couple of F18s from Maros unit were preparing to join four other Air Force
jets and four coalition jets in a
pre-planned strike mission on an
ISIS staging area. It is common
for American pilots to fly a flag on

MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun

Capt. Stephen Maro stands with the American flag he sent home from Bahrain in front of a welcome home banner at Spring Hills Cherry Hill
Assisted Living Community last Thursday. The American flag flew on the back of an F-18 during a pre-planned strike mission on an ISIS staging area in Iraq earlier this year. Maro sent the flag home to his grandfather Bob, who donated the flag to the Spring Hills Mens Club in honor
of all of the veterans residing there. Above right, Maro and his grandfather stand in front of the flag.
their plane during missions.
Maro asked a fellow pilot if he
would fly a flag for him.
I just asked him to take this
flag up with him, Maro said.
The mission itself was a success, with the planes dropping 40
bombs on the staging area, destroying it. After the pilots returned, Maro received the flag
back and decided he was going to
send it home to his grandfather,

Bob.
Maro credited Bob with being a
huge support in his life. Maro decided to join the Marines shortly
after the Sept. 11 attacks. However, he said it was tough, as his
family did not have a large military history.
My nearest relative that
served was my grandmothers father, Maro said. In three generations, we hadnt had anyone who

served.
Maro said Bob had given him
the encouragement to enlist in
the Marines and pursue a military career.
My grandfather has been a
huge part of my life. He served
South Jersey as a doctor, Maro
said. I wanted to do something
that was meaningful.
Bob is a retired doctor who had
a practice in Cherry Hill. Now a

resident at Spring Hills, Bob was


honored when he received the
flag from his grandson.
However, Bob decided he wasnt going to keep it for himself. He
had met and befriended numerous World War II and Korean War
veterans who reside at Spring
Hills with him. Bob decided to donate the flag to Spring Hills

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Fencing phenom
Cherry Hill teen ranks
nationally. PAGE 5

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 2327
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Obituary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

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Holiday House 2015 Homespun Holidays, will be held at the
Barclay Farmstead, in Cherry
Hill on Friday,
Nov. 20 from 10
a.m. to 9 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov.
21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 22 from noon to 5 p.m.
The theme will showcase the
charm and warmth of days gone
by. Timeworn but well-loved artifacts and decorations made from
what was on hand will reflect the
simplicity of early celebrations
that span the holiday season on
the farm.
All are welcome to take this
journey back in time. There will
be a raffle and a craft and gift sale.
A $2 donation at the door supports the farmsteads award-winning educational programs.
For more information, call
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Casino Night at Mkor


Shalom Nov. 14
Congregation Mkor Shalom
invites the entire community to
roll the dice at Casino Night on
Saturday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. at the
synagogue located at 850 Evesham Road in Cherry Hill.
The fundraiser will feature
professionally-run casino games,
raffles, silent auctions and food.
Guests will also be able to try
their hand at Texas Hold 'Em. The
buy-in is $100 and pre-registration is required.
The event is open to the community, and the registration fee is
$60 per person. All winnings for
the night will be exchanged for
raffle tickets, only the Texas Hold
'Em tournament is eligible for
cash winnings. Guests are invited
to bring their friends for an
evening packed with fun and excitement.
For more information, contact
Cindy Weiner-Palmere at (856)
768-5045 or email her at cweiner@flynnco.com.

NOV. 1117, 2015 THE CHERRY HILL SUN 5

Youth fencer advancing


way up national rankings
Noah Condiff, 15, wins pair of regionals,
finishes in top eight at national tournament
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Noah Condiff, 15, was a basketball player when he happened to
be watching the 2008 Summer
Olympics with his mom.
What he saw would change his
athletic path.
My mom said, 'Noah, come
watch this sword fighting on TV,'
Condiff said. I was like whoa, I
need to do that.
A little more than seven years
later, Condiff has gone from fencing novice to one of the best 15year-old foil fencers in the United
States. Condiff has earned a number of achievements in fencing
this year, including an eighthplace finish at a national-level
tournament named the North

American
Cup, a win in a
regional tournament called
the
Cobra
Challenge
RJCC and another
firstplace finish in
the
senior
men's foil at
CONDIFF
the 2015 Keystone State Games.
Condiff began fencing shortly
after watching it on television.
Some of his natural abilities
translated to the sport immediately.
Coaches noticed that I was
fast because I have good speed,
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The Chris Christie effect


Even though he wasnt on ballot, the governor had an effect on election outcomes

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hris Christie was not on the


General Election ballot last
Tuesday, but the effect he had
on the outcome of elections in New
Jersey was profound.
At least three state Assembly seats
switched hands from the Republicans
to the Democrats last week, with a
fourth pending official results. If all
four seats switch to the Democrats, it
will reduce the GOPs number of seats
to 28 out of 80, its lowest total in more
than 30 years.
Democrats Joann Downey and Eric
Houghtaling defeated their Republican
incumbent opponents Mary Pat Angelini and Caroline Casagrande in the
states 11th District in Monmouth
County, a district where Republicans
held both seats since 1992.
In the 1st District in South Jersey,
Republican Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi lost his seat. Democrats Bob Andrzejczak and his running mate Bruce

Your thoughts
What are your thoughts on the results
of last weeks General Election and the
potential message it sends to Gov.
Christie? Share your thoughts on this,
and other topics, in a letter to the editor.

Land defeated Fiocchi and his running


mate Jim Sauro.
Voter turnout is expected to be low
official results havent been released
yet because of the lack of a prime
position to vote for, such as governor
or president. But those who did show
up to the polls sent a pretty clear message that they are unhappy with the
way things are going in the Assembly.
Many political pundits believe this
message was aimed directly at Christie
and the Republican Party, and its hard
to counter that argument.
Four years ago, Christie was riding
high as a potential Republican candidate against President Obama. Feel-

ings were good about Christie in New


Jersey and, as a result, about the Republican Party in general.
Today, after controversies such as
the George Washington Bridge debacle
and fight against pensions, the tides
have changed quite substantially.
While hes in the large GOP field
looking for the 2016 nomination,
Christies bubble has seemed to burst.
While the dust has not settled yet, his
onetime status as a rising star seems to
have faded, and his party is paying for
his blunders back home.
Last week, voters spoke out against
Christie and his party. In the next few
months, his party members will have a
chance to speak out against him again
in the Republican Primary, if he remains on the ballot, that is.
And then, assuming he doesnt come
out victorious, he will ride off into the
sunset as the Garden State will select a
new governor come 2017.

Democrats sweep mayoral, council elections


Mayor Chuck Cahn, council members Sara Lipsett, Melinda Kane and Brian Bauerle all elected
By MIKE MONOSTRA

was 1991.
Cahn was elected to his
second term as mayor, deAs has been the case
feating Republican candisince the 1990s, the Demodate Philip Guerrieri Sr.
cratic Party swept another
Cahn earned about 72.3 permunicipal election in Chercent of the vote, a large inry Hill.
crease from when he was
Democratic incumbent
first elected in 2011 with 57.6
Mayor Chuck Cahn and
percent of the votes.
council members Brian
Cahn attributed the highSARA LIPSETT
MELINDA KANE
CHUCK CAHN
BRIAN BAUERLE
Bauerle, Melinda Kane and
er percentage to residents
Sara Lipsett were all rebeing happy with what his
elected, according to the unofficial results streak for the Democratic Party in Cherry administration achieved during his first
from the Camden County Board of Elec- Hill elections. The last time a Republican
please see JUDGE, page 15
tions. The victory extended a long winning won a municipal election in Cherry Hill

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WEDNESDAY NOV. 11
Story time: Ages 3 to 6. 10 a.m. and
1 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public
Library. Improve literacy skills
and encourage school-readiness
with this story time featuring stories, songs, finger plays and a
craft.

CALENDAR
Lunch and a Movie: Noon at Cherry
Hill Public Library. Bring a lunch
and enjoy a free film at the
library. This weeks film is Age of
Adaline.
Barclay Farmstead public hours:
Noon to 4 p.m. at Barclay Farmstead. Spend an afternoon enjoying more than 30 acres of pre-

served farmland, including the


historic farmhouse, nature trails,
playground, picnic area and community gardens. Admission is
free for Cherry Hill residents, children 12 and under and members
of the Friends of Barclay Farmstead. The cost is $5 for non-resident adults and $3 for seniors.
Diabetes education: 5:30 p.m. at
LourdesCare Cherry Hill. Learn
about the signs and symptoms of
type one and type two diabetes.
Self-care behavior and disease
management tactics will be
reviewed. The event is free and
open to the public.
Crazy 8s: Grades kindergarten to
three. 5:45 p.m. at Cherry Hill
Public Library. Join Bedtime
Maths Crazy 8s Club, where participants can build stuff, run and
jump and make a mess. Its a
totally new kind of math club.
Cherry Hill Township Historical
Commission meeting: 7:30 p.m.
at the Cherry Hill Public Library,
1100 N. Kings Highway, the second Wednesday of the month,
September through June. Visit
www.cherryhill-nj.com for more
information.
Public Library Board of Trustees
meeting: 5:45 p.m. the second
Wednesday of the month at Cherry Hill Public Library, 1100 Kings
Highway North. Meeting day subject to change. For more informa-

tion, visit www.chplnj.org.


Super Seniors: Noon to 4 p.m. at
Carman Tilelli Community Center,
820 Mercer St. Business meeting
is first Wednesday of month. Covered dish luncheon is fifth
Wednesday of month. Call 6672516 for information.
Balance Your Life with Tai Chi: 7 to
8 p.m. at St. Andrews United
Methodist Church, 327 Marlton
Pike West. Call (856) 795-3427 or
email
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visit
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THURSDAY NOV. 12
Rhyme time: Ages 2 and under. 10
and 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Develop
babys motor, sensory and social
skills. Come for short books,
songs, movement and more.
Prose and cons: Grade eight to 12. 6
p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library.
Meet other teens who write fiction for fun. Get inspired through
writing games and creative story
starters.
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6:30 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public
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Scleroderma Support Group meeting: Every other month. 1:30 p.m.
at Cherry Professional Building,
first floor conference room, 385
Kings Highway North. For additional information or to confirm
meeting, contact John Keegan at
767-4783 or johnkeegan@comcast.net.
Alzheimers Support Group:
Spouses Sharing Challenges:
Noon in the Witherspoon Building
behind the Trinity Presbyterian
Church, 499 Route 70 E. Support
group for spouses and/or partners of persons with Alzheimers
or related dementias. Sponsored
by the Delaware Valley Chapter
of The Alzheimers Association.
For more information, call Ruth
Bishoff at (856) 829-5345.
Overeaters Anonymous open
meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Kennedy
Hospital, Cooper Landing Road
and Chapel Avenue. Call (609)
239-0022 or visit www.oa-southjersey.org for information.

FRIDAY NOV. 13
Creeping and crawling: Ages 0 to 2.
10 a.m. at Cherry Hill Public
Library. This special play time is
for the librarys littlest patrons.
This event has self-directed,
developmentally
appropriate
activities and is geared for children not yet walking.
Itsy-bitsy activities: Ages 2 and
under. 11 a.m. at Cherry Hill Public
Library. Enjoy this special program of sensory stations for
younger toddlers.
Speaking of poetry: 2 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Meet local
people who love poetry. Inspiring
discussions about poetry and
poetic forms and styles provide
an opportunity to read aloud and
discuss poems.
Come As Your Are Shabbat at
Temple Emanuel: 6 p.m. in the
chapel. Service is interactive and
held in the round. 1101 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill.
Speaking of Poetry: 2 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Inspiring
discussions, opportunity to read
aloud. New topics every month.
Listeners always welcome.
Garden State Rotary Club of Cherry Hill meeting: 12:15 p.m. at Seaplease see CALENDAR, page 18

NOV. 1117, 2015 THE CHERRY HILL SUN 9

Owls elect pretzels as class snack


Special to The Sun

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teacher in the
Owl Class at the
Sari
Isdaner
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Center of the
Katz JCC, helps
2-year-old Alex
Gutshall vote for
a class snack as
part of a special
election
last
week. Pretzels
were the big
winner over graham crackers in
a 9-5 vote.

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hosted an event in honor of the
Afterschool Alliance's annual
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nationwide event in its 15th year,
celebrating after-school programs
and the important role they have
in the lives of our children, families and communities.
The Bret Harte SACC staff assisted students in making luminaries out of paper bags and
mason jars and in making glowin-the-dark slime. They also
played a "lighted" version of Hot
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that lit up. A video displaying
party pictures from past theme
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School hosts
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Johnson Elementary School
PTA will be hosting its annual
Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov.
14 from 9 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m.
The community is invited
to Johnson Elementary School,
500 Kresson Road in Cherry Hill,
to stroll through more than 50
vendors and crafters. Shop for
yourself, family or others.
The event is open to the public.
There is no admission fee.

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Child author at Classic


Cake on Nov. 15
On Sunday, Nov. 15 from 1 to
2:30 p.m., Classic Cake of Cherry
Hill will host 9-year-old author
Ella Mozzarella for its special
Kids Club Book Reading and
Signing event series.
During this free event, Ella will
read from her book, I Sold My
Sister. Told from a 5-year-olds
point of view, this story shares
what its like to have a new sister
and reminds readers of all ages
that life and family are truly
priceless.
Kids who attend will enjoy
complimentary special sweet
treats. In support of Ellas efforts,
Classic Cake will donate 10 percent of any in-store purchase at
the event to share between Childrens Tumor Foundation and
Camp Sunshine.

Tutoring Club hosts


practice exams Nov. 15
Tutoring Club of Cherry
Hill/Voorhees will be holding
full-length practice SAT and ACT
exams on Sunday, Nov. 15 from
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The cost of this test is $40, with
the proceeds benefiting Walk For
Family and Friends With Cancer.
Students choose whether they
want to take a new or current
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DeMarco: Staff is creative, flexible


DEMARCO
Continued from page 10

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Special guests included Superintendent Joseph Meloche, Mayor
Chuck Cahn, SACC Coordinator
Melissa Conklin, SACC Principal
Karen Rockhill, Cherry Hill
Board of Education President
Carol Matlack, board member

Kathy Judge and Cherry Hill


Township Councilwomen Carole
Roskoph and Melinda Kane.
SACC Site Leader Anna DeMarco and her staff recognize the
importance of offering a fun and
safe environment for children before and after school. Many students begin their day at 7 a.m.
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Trinity launches 26th


concert series on Nov. 15
Season kicks off with Atlantic Brass Band
Music has always been a strong
part of worship at Trinity Presbyterian Church. On Nov. 15, that
commitment continues as Trinity
launches its 26th season of its
Community Concert Series with
the famed Atlantic Brass Band, a
British-style volunteer brass
band made up of area professional musicians, professors, music
educators, students and community members.
ABB is the ensemble-in-residence at Rowan University in
Glassboro and was originally
formed as the Wheaton Brass
Band in the early 1980s. As the
2011 and 2012 North American
Brass Banding Champions, ABB
is in great demand for a wide variety of area performances that
include traditional British repertoire, sing alongs and band favorites.

The other two concerts in the


series include WE Are Music,
the combined efforts of the Cherry Hill school districts impressive Cherry Hill East and West
high schools vocal ensembles to
perform On Tuesday, Feb. 2, and
the renowned Settlement Music
Schools Gleeksman-Kohn Childrens Choir on Sunday, April 10.
The director of Settlements
Gleeksman-Kohn
Childrens
Choir is Rae Ann Anderson, former music director at Trinity and
the person who originally started
the concert series in 1989. All concerts are free and open to the public.

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14 THE CHERRY HILL SUN NOV. 1117, 2015

Tool library open at


sustainability campus
By Freeholder Michelle Gentek
Im very excited to
garden and how to
tell you about the
integrate pest mancompletion of one
agement
(IPM)
of my pet projects.
techniques
into
The Office of Susyour garden. We
tainability
and
are currently conShared Services,
structing a new hyalong with a team
d r o p o n i c
of volunteers, has
greenhouse next
renovated and revidoor.
talized a shuttered
The Environmenbuilding as the cental Park also interpiece of a new sustainability cludes the first certified outdoor
campus.
classroom in South Jersey
The building is located on Cam- through the Explore Nature Proden Countys Lakeland Campus gram. The classroom accommoin Gloucester Township. One fea- dates Camden County schools
ture of the repurposed building looking for an outdoor experiwill make it easier for Camden ence without having to travel
County residents to complete long distances. The classrooms
their D.I.Y. projects. The Free- focus is on environmental initiaholder Board has establishing a tives such as composting, organic
tool library at the Office of Sus- growing techniques, native
tainability and Shared Services. plants, Community Supported
Many times you need a specific Agriculture (CSA), rain water
tool to do a particular job, but harvesting, renewable energy,
will never need it again. Instead along with rain and vegetable
of buying that tool, you can bor- gardens.
row it from the Camden County At the Environmental Park, we
tool library. Now there is no rea- have grown tens of thousands of
son for you not to finish that proj- plants, both annuals and perenniect.
als, which have been used
The tool library will be open to throughout the Camden County
the public on Tuesday and Thurs- Park System. This has created a
day afternoons and Sunday substantial savings since we
mornings. Membership is free were able to buy much smaller
for Camden County residents. plants and grow them with the
We have collected numerous do- help of our Rutgers Master Garnations of tools and have cata- deners and volunteers from local
logued all of the equipment. We municipal green teams.
have also established a member- aThe Camden County Environship application and tracking mental Park is located at 508
system, just like a regular library. Lakeland Road in Gloucester
The tool library is located at the Township.
Camden County Environmental For more information, visit
Park, a 8-acre site that serves as a www.camdencounty.com or call
hub for community gardening the Camden County Office of
and environmental education.
Sustainability and Shared ServThere we have also reinvigo- ices at (856) 225-5559. If you have
rated a greenhouse that had sat any other questions about Camvacant for several years. It now den County services, please call
hosts classes in collaboration me at (856) 225-5466, or email me
with the Rutgers Master Garden- at mgentek@camdencounty.com.
ers program on topics such as Also, you can like us on Facebook
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Cherry Hill police officers Anthony Amato (left), his canine partner
Mai, officer Gary DAlessio (right) and his canine partner Pandorra
got to meet Spring Hills Assisted Living residents Ed Ventura and
Carole Karen at PawFest on Oct. 24.

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Pets were the center of attention at PawFest, a free familyfriendly event at Spring Hills
Cherry Hill Assisted Living on
Saturday, Oct. 24.
Members of the Cherry Hill
community joined the residents
and their families in the festivities that included a pet costume
contest, a demonstration by the
Cherry Hill Police Department K9 unit, pet-themed picture frame
making for the kids, a photo
booth with animal-themed props
and popcorn for all.
The event benefitted the Animal Welfare Association in
Voorhees.

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term in office. Some of the
achievements he was most proud
of were the Mayors Wellness Program, preservation of open space
and keeping municipal taxes flat
for four consecutive years.
People didn't know me four
years ago, Cahn said, In the
past four years, we've proven
what we can do in this town.
Cahn also believes his administration and council have done a
good job of keeping partisan politics out of Cherry Hill.
Tonight is a clear indication
of people crossing party lines,
he said. Local politics is not partisan politics.
The Democratic council candidates also won by a sizable margin. Lipsett, Kane and Bauerle
each earned at least 20 percent of
the vote. The Republican council
candidates,
Nancy
ODowd,
Stephen Cohen and Rick Short,
each earned between 11 percent
and 12 percent of the vote.
Lipsett, the current council
vice president, was re-elected for
the third time. She echoed Cahns
statements in saying the voters
showed their thanks for what the
mayors office and township have
been doing in recent years.
It's been clicking for the residents, Lipsett said. They're really in tune with what we're doing.
All members of the Democratic ticket had run for office before
with the exception of Bauerle.
Bauerle was appointed to council
in October 2014 following the
passing of long-time Councilman
N. John Amato.
Bauerle said he learned a lot
from his running mates as he hit
the campaign trail for the first
time this year.
I learned from the mayor's
leadership how important it is to
serve the residents of Cherry
Hill, Bauerle said.
Kane, re-elected for the second
time, believes the Democratic
ticket was successful because of
how well the candidates worked
together.
We just have tremendous respect for one another, she said.
We understand one another, we

know where we're coming from.


The Republican opposition
said they werent surprised with
the results of the election. Cohen
said he didnt have any expectations entering this years election.
Cherry Hill is an overwhelming Democrat town, Cohen said.
Unless and until there is a tipping point of taxes, building,
school issues and safety, there
will not be any change in government.
Short ran for office for the first
time this year, though he said he
felt the same type of defeat when
he fought to have the states red
light cameras shut off in Cherry
Hill.
The voters in Cherry Hill
have spoken, and, unfortunately
for me, Ive lost for a second
time, Short said. The first time
I was trying to get the Cherry Hill
Council to shut off the cameras.
(Last) Tuesday, I couldn't convince Cherry Hill voters that I
was the best person for a Cherry
Hill council seat. I will continue
my effort with more vigor, mak-

ing sure red light cameras never


return in New Jersey.
Cohen believes only a large
change in voting patterns in
Cherry Hill would allow a nonDemocrat to win a local election.
The voters may complain
about high taxes and traffic, but
they do not believe that anyone
could change those, and so they
would rather stay with those who
were in power while those
changes took place than change
administrations and hope for the
best, Cohen said. I wish the administration well and all the best
for the people of Cherry Hill.
Guerrieri could not be reached
for comment. ODowd declined to
comment.
In the board of education election, incumbents Kathy Judge
and Barry Dickinson both won
re-election for another three-year
term. For the third, three-year
term seat, Ken Tomlinson Jr. defeated Fredrick Dande by just 261
votes. Jane Scarpellino was elected for a one-year unexpired term.
She ran unopposed for the seat.

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Friends of Cherry Hill Library to host


November book sale Nov. 18 to 21

Now accepting high school juniors.

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Public Library will hold its November book sale from Wednesday, Nov. 18 through Saturday,
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Though not a veteran himself,
Bob said he had great respect for
the veterans he had met at Spring
Hills and felt having the flag hang
in a common area was the perfect
way to honor them.
The flag was officially raised at
Spring Hills on Nov. 5. Maro had
just returned after being stationed in Bahrain since January.
He never thought the flag would
have become as big of a deal as it
did.
I wanted to send it to them as
a token of my appreciation,
Maro said. I guess I underestimated how much it meant to
them.
Maro was honored to see a
number of Spring Hills veteran
residents honor him after they
had served in the military many
years ago. Like his grandfather,
he feels the flag stands as a dedication for all veterans who have
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Thank you, Maro said to the
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Condiff in top 100 in country


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Condiff said. They said that was
important in fencing.
Within a few years, Condiff
was winning local tournaments
on a regular basis. In 2012, he
competed in a national tournament for the first time.
Condiff recalls competing at
the national level for the first
time and meeting many of the
best fencers from around the
United States.
I love that energy where you
walk into a convention center
with thousands of fencers from
all over the country, he said. It
was just a wonderful energy.
In the last couple of years, Condiff has worked with Miodrag
Zeljkovic, a former national
champion in his home country of
Serbia and former assistant fencing coach for the University of
Pennsylvania.
Zeljkovic said he has worked
with Condiff on perfecting his
technique, saying good technique
combined with Condiff's speed
can make for a winning combination.
To take Noah to the next level
was a challenge to teach him
some tactics, Zeljkovic said. We
know he has good speed, but you
need to develop the tactics to
make that speed work.
Tactical planning is also a big
part of
Condiff's training.
Zeljkovic said all of the fencers
on the national level are immensely talented, and a fencer
needs to have a game plan and
know their opponent if they want
to be successful.
On the national level, it's very
competitive, Zeljkovic said.
Kids are trying to fight for points
on the ranking list. If you're a topfour fencer in the country, then
you're representing the United
States.
Condiff said the mental aspect
of fencing is what he enjoys most.

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Noah Condiff, right, talks strategy with his coach Miodrag Zeljkovic
during a match earlier this year. Zeljkovic, a former national fencing
champion in Serbia, has helped Condiff become one of the top
fencers in his age group in the United States.
He said the sport requires a lot of
thinking in a short amount of
time.
I like fencing because you really have to think, he said.
Zeljkovic said Condiff is just
one of a growing number of
youth fencers in the area.
Zeljkovic opened a fencing academy with his wife Jelena in Willow
Grove, Pa., last year. This year, the
academy expanded to a second location in a room at Unitarian Universalist Church in Cherry Hill,
very close to Condiff's home.
From this area, we've had

about 10 fencers that have come


into our program, Zeljkovic said.
That's the reason why we came
into here.
Condiff plans to continue fencing well into the future. He is in
the top-100 in the country for all
fencers 16 years old and under,
and he believes he can reach the
top-20 in the next year. He hopes
to eventually fence for a college
and work his way higher up the
national rankings.
I hope by the time I go to college, I get to top eight in juniors,
he said.

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sons 52, Cherry Hill Mall. For
more information, visit www.gardenstaterotarycherryhill.com.
Retired Mens Club: Noon to 4 p.m.
at Cherry Hill Community Center,
820 Mercer St. Call 667-7332.
Enjoy bridge, pinochle, shuffle
board. Call (856) 795-3720.

SATURDAY NOV. 14
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Trail maintenance session: 9 a.m.


to noon at Kresson Trails. The
Cherry Hill Trail Crew will be
working at the Kresson Trails.
Tools and gloves will be provided.

Contact Jay at 9856) 470-8967


or chtrailcrew@gmail.com with
any questions.
Once Upon a Saturday: 11 a.m. at
Cherry Hill Public Library. This
story time provides children the
opportunity to experience some
of the great books shared with
children during the weekday story times.
Dungeons and Dragons: Noon at
Cherry Hill Public Library. The
librarys Dungeonmaster will lead
a session of battling, puzzle-solving and monster-slaying. Newcomers are welcome.
Mini-Minyan Service and Kiddush
at Temple Emanuel: Service at
9:30 a.m. Kiddush at 10 a.m. 1101
Springdale Road, Cherry Hill.

SUNDAY NOV. 15
Grown up gaming: 1 p.m. at Cherry
Hill Public Library. Board games
are not just for kids. Try out titles
like Ticket to Ride, King of Tokyo
and Munchkin or bring a game
from home.
Kids Club book reading signing: 1
p.m. at Classic Cake. During this
free event, 9-year-old author Ella
Mozzearella will read from her
book I Sold My Sister. Told from
a 5-year-olds point of view, this
story shares what its like to have
a new sister and reminds readers
of all ages that life and family are
truly priceless. Kids who attend
will enjoy complimentary special
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for residents, she quickly decided to turn
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new home. That was six months ago, and
now we are all one big happy family!
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sweet treats. In support of Ellas
efforts, Classic Cake will donate
10 percent of any in-store purchase at the event to share
between Childrens Tumor Foundation and Camp Sunshine.
Make and Take: All ages. 2 p.m. at
Cherry Hill Public Library. Come
to the library and make a cool
craft.
St. Andrews United Methodist
Church: Worship service from
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday school
from 10:45 to 11:30 a.m. Adult
Bible study from 9 to 10 a.m. United Methodist Youth Fellowship
from 6 to 8 p.m. 327 Marlton Pike
West, Cherry Hill.
Kingsway Church: Worship services
at 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. 2701
Chapel Ave., Cherry Hill.
St. Michaels Lutheran Church:
Worship services at 8:15 and 11
a.m. with Holy Communion. Sunday school and adult form at 9:30
a.m. 601 Kings Highway North,
Cherry Hill.
Unitarian Universalist Church: Liberal-religious service at 10:15 a.m.
401 North Kings Highway, Cherry
Hill.
Overeaters Anonymous open
meeting: 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at
Kennedy Hospital, Cooper Landing Road and Chapel Avenue. Call
(609) 239-0022 or visit www.oasouthjersey.org for information.

MONDAY NOV. 16
Timely conversation: 1:30 p.m. at
LourdesCare Cherry Hill. This
engaging conversation gets you
thinking about your wishes,
guides you to find the right time
to talk about your wishes with
those who are important to you
and helps you act by writing it all
down. The event is free.
Come Write In: 6 p.m. at Cherry Hill
Public Library. Enjoy a quiet environment to work on a novel and
meet other writers.
Page turners: Grades one to four. 7
p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library.
This program is for elementaryage kids who still enjoy being
read to. Listen to longer stories
and let your imagination run wild.

Cherry Hill Township Planning


Board meeting: 7:30 p.m. first
and third Monday of the month in
room 208, Municipal Building.
Agendas available prior to meeting and online at www.cherryhillnj.com.
Cherry Hill Township Environmental Advisory Committee meeting: 7 p.m. third Monday of the
month at Cherry Hill Public
Library, 1100 Kings Highway
North, Cherry Hill. For more information, visit www.cherryhillnj.com.
Balance Your Life with Tai Chi: 7 to
8 p.m. at St. Andrews United
Methodist Church, 327 Marlton
Pike West. Call (856) 795-3427 or
email
cherryhilltaichigroup@gmail.com
or
visit
http://www.meetup.com/cherryhill-taichi-group/.
Nicotine Anonymous meeting: 7
p.m. at Kennedy Hospital, Cooper
Landing Road and Chapel
Avenue, fifth floor. For questions,
call Ellie at (856) 354-0887.
Cherry Hill Rotary meeting: 6:15
p.m. at Ponzios Diner and
Restaurant, Route 70. Visitors
welcome. For more information,
visit www.cherryhillrotary.com,
email chrc2015@yahoo.com or
call (856) 424-3456.
Cherry Hill Maturity Club: Noon to
4 p.m. at Carman Tilelli Community Center, 820 Mercer St. Dues
are $5 a year. For more information, contact President Connie
Cramer at (856) 414-0778.
Maturity Club: Noon to 4 p.m. Bingo, cards, shuffleboard, refreshments, trips at Cherry Hill Community Center, 820 Mercer St.
Business meeting second Monday of month. Call (856) 6614800 for information.

TUESDAY NOV. 17
Little Listeners: Age 2. 10 and 11
a.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library.
Develop language and pre-literacy skills with short stories, songs,
rhymes, movement and a simple
craft.
Lit with Librarians Book Club: 3
p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library.
Come to the library for a discussion of the book Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee.
Pokemon open play: 7 p.m. at Cher-

ry Hill Public Library. Bring a


deck, trade cards and battle with
other enthusiasts. Food may be
served.
Cherry Hill Township Senior Citizens Advisory Board meeting:
10 a.m. third Tuesday of the
month at Cherry Hill Community
Center, 820 Mercer St. For more
information, visit www.cherryhillnj.com or call (856) 661-4800.
Retired Mens Club: Noon to 4 p.m.
at Cherry Hill Community Center,
820 Mercer St. Enjoy bridge,
pinochle, shuffle board. Call
(856) 795-3720.
Golden Seniors Racquetball Club: 9
a.m. at Cherry Hill Health and
Racquet Club, Old Cuthbert Road.
All levels of play, picnics and parties.
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obituary
Jennifer Jay
Palmer Enfield
Oct. 23, 2015

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Jennifer Jay Palmer Enfield,


51, of Atco, died on Oct. 23. Born
in Alhambra, Calif., Palmer grew
up in Medford Lakes. She graduated
from
Shawnee High
School in 1982
and earned a
bachelor
of
arts degree in
communication
and
media studies
from Goucher
College
in
1987.
An
PALMER ENFIELD
award-winning director
and producer of film and television, Palmer was owner of RedMaiden, directing and producing
projects with Gerber, Hills Pet
Food, S.C. Johnson, TEVA Pharmaceuticals, Bayer HealthCare,
Bank Asiana, Hallmark, Lincoln
Mercury and many more. She
was also in demand as a freelance
director and had long-term partnerships with many colleagues in
Philadelphia and New York City.
Palmer was a founding member of Philadelphia Women in
Film and Television, a board
member of the Philadelphia Independent Film and Video Association, a founding leader of the
group Women Creative Directors
and DPs, and a member of the
Philadelphia Advertising Club
and The Art Directors Club of
Philadelphia. Her pro bono projects included videos for the
League of Women Voters of
Philadelphia, YMCA Camp No
Worries, Alzheimers Association
of the Delaware Valley and
PAWS.
Palmer is survived by her husband, Mike Ligthart of Atco; her
parents, Ron and Diane Enfield of
Cherry Hill; sister Lauren Enfield
Boyce,
brother-in-law
Kevin

Boyce, and nephew Keegan Boyce


of Mt. Laurel; brother Greg
Palmer of Sacramento, Calif.;
mother-in-law Willy Ligthart of
Medford Lakes; and brother-inlaw Ron Ligthart of Winter
Springs, Fla.
Visitation will be at noon with
a memorial service at 1:30 p.m. on
Saturday, Nov. 14 at the Camden
County Boathouse at Cooper
River, 7050 North Park Drive in
Pennsauken.
Memorial donations should be
made to Equality Now at
www.equalitynow.org.

Richard J. Kosich
Oct. 29, 2015
Richard J. Kosich, of Cherry
Hill, passed away on Oct. 29 at the
age of 84.
He was the beloved husband of
Gene S. (nee Fisher); loving father of Mary Beth Kosich and
Richard Fisher Kosich; dear
brother of Marie Turcich; cherished uncle of Michael and Gregory Turcich, Geraldine Turcich
Fox and Sandra Ward; and great
uncle of several great nieces and
nephews.
Kosich graduated from the
Moore School, University of
Pennsylvania in 1952. He had a
successful career as an engineer.
He was one of the founders of Ultronic Systems which designed
the electro scan for the stock market and head of combat system
design aegis at Lockheed Martin.
Additionally, Kosich was an avid
tennis player and longtime member of Tavistock Country Club.
Kosichs
family
received
friends at the Haddonfield United
Methodist Church, where his memorial service followed.
The family suggests contributions in his name be made to The
Haddon Fortnightly, P.O. Box 321,
Haddonfield, N.J. 08033 or to the
charity of your choice. Arrangements were made by Kain-Murphy Funeral Services of Haddonfield.

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8am-8pm

November 14th & 15th

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November 12th 12pm-9pm


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12 noon and 2pm
Sunday, November 15th
1pm and 3pm
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outdoor Christmas display. Kids can
keep all the candy canes they find.

Open Mon-Fri 8-7 Sat 8-6 Sunday 9-5


(Preview Party Weekend Hours As Indicated Above)

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