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  • www.marltonsun.com JULY 17, 2015 FREE

    Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 1215Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

    INSIDE THIS ISSUEFourth fireworks

    Fireworks displays plannedthroughout region. PAGE 2

    ZANE CLARK/The SunLast weeks severe storm that caused widespread power outages and downed trees and debris throughout the township also took downthe football scoreboard in Memorial Park.

    Weathering the stormSummerconcertsreturn

    By ZANE CLARKThe Sun

    Its summertime in Evesham,and among the return of sunnyskies, barbecues and swimmingpools, it also means the return ofEvesham Townships SummerConcert Series.As in years past, the seven-

    week series of concerts will takeplace at 7 p.m. every Mondaynight throughout July and mostof August at the Gibson HouseCommunity Center.Admission is free, and mem-

    bers of the public are invited tosit in the air-conditioned commu-nity center and listen to thesounds of the different musicalacts.Director of Recreation and

    Senior Services Monica Vanden-berg described the annual con-cert series as an amenity thetownship is pleased to provide.Vandenberg also said the town-

    please see SOUNDS, page 11

    Evesham 2015 SummerConcert Series returnsJuly 6 to Aug. 17

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    Fourth of July events and freefireworks displays abound inSouth Jersey, and Evesham is noexception.Starting in the morning on the

    Fourth of July holiday, the Eve-sham Celebrations Foundation isasking all interested to join it forthe 8th Annual Marlton MayorsCup 5K Run and One Mile FunWalk.The event will start at 8:30 a.m.

    at the Evesham Fire Main StreetStation, 26 E. Main St. Registra-tion will last from 7 8:15 a.m.Moisture wicking t-shirts for

    race-day registrants while sup-plies last. There will be MyLapsChampionChip Electronic tim-

    ing, mid-race water station, rest-rooms and post-race refresh-ments. The event is rain or shine.Individual race day registra-

    tion fees will be $30 for the 5K and$20 for the walk.Children up to grade five are

    also welcome to ride in the annu-al Bike Parade at 11 a.m. Bikescan be decorated as long as theycan still be operated safely. Par-ticipating children must wearhelmets. Children can also be pulled in

    wagons or pushed in strollers, butthey must be strapped in. Children in wagons without

    straps must also wear a helmet. The course begins at Cooper

    Avenue and Main Street at theregistration area, and ends at theWiley Home. Parents are wel-come to walk alongside theirchild. Please meet at the parkinglot at Cooper Avenue and MainStreet by 10 a.m. to register to par-ticipate.Following the bike parade, the

    annual Fourth of July Paradewill begin at 11 a.m. along MainStreet.Later in the day at 7 p.m. the

    gates will open at Cherokee HighSchool for the annual fireworksdisplay. The fireworks display it-self will begin at 9:30 p.m.Those interested can find more

    information online at www.eve-shamcelebrations.orgSee below for a list of more free

    fireworks displays throughoutthe region.

    Thursday, July 2 Medford: Free Independence

    Day celebration and fireworksdisplay at Freedom Park. Parkopens at 6 p.m. with music and ac-tivities. Fireworks will begin atdusk. Rain date is July 3.

    Friday, July 3 Barrington: Barrington Band

    performs a free concert at 7 p.m.at Woodland School, School Lane.Fireworks will go off at approxi-mately 9:30 p.m. Haddonfield: Free event. Gates

    open at 7 p.m. at the high schoolfootball field, 401 Kings Highway.Shore Thing performs. Fireworksbegin about 9:30 p.m. Rain date isJuly 5. Valenzano Fireworks Festival:

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    The Promenade at Sagemore inMarlton announces its 12th annu-al Summer Concert Series run-ning from July 1 to Aug. 26. EveryWednesday night from 6:30 to 8:30p.m., music fans of all ages are in-vited to enjoy a variety of stylesincluding jazz, popular rock androll, country, blues and more. All concerts during The Prom-

    enades Summer Concert Seriesare free to visitors and will takeplace in Center Court with plentyof room for dancing or sitting inlawn chairs, while having a greattake-out dinner from our manyrestaurant choices. The Prome-nade is pet friendly, too.Performances scheduled for

    the Summer Concert Series in-clude new artists along with re-turning favorites (please checkthe website for updates): Contem-porary Irish band, Screaming Or-phans, kicks off the series onJuly 1. On July 8, The BluesHawks delivers the blues, andR&B from Jutaun is sure to im-press on July 15. On July 22 weget funky with Swift Techniqueand then Jason Loughlin & TheString Gliders, brings countryswing to The Promenade on July31. August rolls in more great re-gional artists; with jazz fusiontunes from Dirk Quinn Band onAug. 5, and the funky folk of TheWhiskeyhickon Boys on Aug. 12.Sit back and enjoy the summernight with the Hawaiian stylingsof Slowey & the Boats on Aug. 19.Local notables Smash Palace withspecial guest Cliff Hillis closesthe series on Aug. 26.

    In addition to attending a freeoutdoor concert every Wednesdayevening, guests can enter theirchance to win the grand prize, alarge screen HDTV.For more information call (856)

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    The Sun is published weekly by ElauwitMedia LLC, 108 Kings Highway East, 3rdFloor, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. It is mailedweekly to select addresses in the 08053 ZIPcode.

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    To submit a news release, please [email protected] For advertisinginformation, call 856-427-0933 or [email protected] The Sunwelcomes suggestions and comments fromreaders including any information abouterrors that may call for a correction to beprinted.

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    Dan McDonough Jr. chairman of elauwit media

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    By ZANE CLARKThe Sun

    Although students in the EveshamTownship School District are finally ontheir summer break, theres still plenty tobe done in the district over the comingsummer months, as outlined by Superin-tendent John Scavelli Jr. at the June 25meeting of the ETSD Board of Education.At the meeting, Scavelli informed the

    board and members of the public of justsome of the things that will take place inthe district between now and the time be-fore the board has its next meeting in Au-gust.Scavelli said over the summer the dis-

    trict will be very busy finalizing prepara-tions for the 2015-2016 school year.According to Scavelli, during the sum-

    mer, the district will fill several positions

    and begin the transition for its new staff, inaddition to the district continuing with nu-merous curriculum development projectsand professional development activities, aswell as the district custodial maintenanceteam thoroughly cleaning all buildings andcompleting several maintenance projects.It will be a busy summer, Scavelli said.On the curriculum end, Scavelli said one

    of the biggest things would be work on theexpansion of the districts Tier III giftedand talented program. The district current-ly uses whats known as the EnrichmentTriad Model to identify and provide forthe diverse talents of its students.In the program, Tier I and II involve the

    enrichment of all students and theirunique talents, but Tier III is designatedspecifically for students who were identi-fied as being gifted.The expansion of the program will in-

    clude the creation of a pullout program,through which Tier III gifted studentscould be "pulled out from their normalclassrooms for a short period of time everyweek to instead work with other gifted stu-dents.That expansion would also necessitate

    the hiring of two new teachers to serve inthat roll.The status of the Tier III expansion was

    in doubt earlier this year, as the expansionof the program was originally included inthe districts preliminary budget outlines,but cut from the tentative budget, alongwith several other new programs, due tocosts that would have forced the district touse banked cap.Banked cap allows school districts to in-

    crease a school budgets tax levy above a

    Evesham schools plan summer activitiesOn the agenda is filling positions, building cleanup, maintenance projects

    please see TEDDY, page 9

    From all of us at Elauwit Mediato all of our loyal readers, wewish you the happiest and

    healthiest Fourth of July.As rough as things may be at times

    in our country our economy is stillrecovering, race is still an issue, andthe Phillies cant seem to win a base-ball game anymore things could be alot worse for us.A quick glance at the world around

    us reveals just how fortunate we are, asAmericans, to have the freedoms wedo. And lets face it, these freedoms weoften take for granted.Imagine, for just a moment, what it

    must be like to live in Syria. Imagine what it must be like to live

    in Iraq.

    Imagine what it must be like to livein Egypt, where theres still instabilityand a lack of confidence in the nationsparliament.We live in a nation where, despite

    our differences, we manage to co-existpeacefully for the most part.We live in a nation where our Con-

    gress and where the office of the presi-dent have functioned and survived for239 years.We live in a nation where, for the

    most part, were free to do as we please.This simply isnt the case in many

    corners of the world.Today, we give thanks for the liber-

    ties won for us hundreds of years ago.We give thanks for the many women

    and men who have made incrediblesacrifices to protect these freedoms inbattle in Afghanistan and Iraq andcountless other places abroad.We remember their families who,

    like they, have also made sacrifices bysaying goodbye so we can do things assimple as having a barbecue sometimethis weekend.Finally, we give thanks for all that

    America is and stands for. It may notbe perfect, but a quick glance of thenews shows: life could be much worse.

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    Happy Fourth of JulyA quick look at world news a reminder of how fortunate we Americans are

    Independence Day 2015We give thanks for all the liberties wehave as Americans. We give thanks forthe sacrifices our miliary continues tomake. We give thanks that we areAmerican.

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    BRIGIT BAUMA/The SunHoldyn Treiber-Millili, 3, of Marlton smiles excitedly for the crafttime of a recent Moorestown Malls Just Mom & Me Playdate. TheMom & Me Playdate features songs, stories, crafts and more all pro-vided by the Garden State Discovery Museum.

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  • WEDNESDAY JULY 1Superhero on the Shelf: Kids, fami-

    lies. 10 a.m. Evesham Library at984 Tuckerton Road. Stop bythrough Aug. 15 anytime andsearch for the Superhero on theshelf. Each day Batman will bewaiting to be found and will deliv-er book suggestions and tips onbeing a hero. Just remember,don't touch Batman ... or he willlose his special powers. Open toall ages. Registration notrequired. More informationonline atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in per-son or call the library at (856)983-1444.

    Lego Club: Ages 5 and up. 11 a.m.Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-ton Road. Stop by and have funmaking Lego creations. About

    60 minutes of fun and collabora-tion. All supplies provided. Justbring an imagination. Registra-tion is required. Register onlineatwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Adult Yarn Social: Adult. 11 a.m. Eve-sham Library at 984 TuckertonRoad. Knit and/or crochet? Thencome join other knitting and cro-chet fans for an hour (or more, ifpreferred) of relaxed, social yarntime. Registration is not required.More information onlineatwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    SJ Mothers of Multiples: LionsLake Banquet facility. 7:30 p.m.Visit www.SJMOMS.com for moreinformation.

    Community Stroke Support Group:Marlton Rehabilitation Hospital, 92

    Brick Rd. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Call 988-8778 for more information.

    MOMS club: For at-home mothers.Email [email protected] for information.

    Preschool storytime: Barnes andNoble, 200 West Route 70. 11 a.m.Call 596-7058 for information.

    THURSDAY JULY 2Adult Yarn Social: Adult. 11 a.m. Eve-

    sham Library at 984 TuckertonRoad. Knit and/or crochet? Thencome join other knitting and cro-chet fans for an hour (or more, ifpreferred) of relaxed, social yarntime. Registration is not required.More information onlineatwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Recovering Couples Anonymous: 7p.m. at Prince of Peace Church, 61E. Route 70. Call 596-4815 oremail [email protected] forinformation.

    BNI Evesham Regional ChapterLunch: Every Thursday at 11:30a.m. at Indian Spring CountryClub, 115 S. Elmwood Rd, Marlton.BNI is a business and professionalnetworking referral organization.Join us to learn more about howto grow your business. Call Jimfor details at (856) 669-2602.

    BNI Marlton Regional ChapterLunch: Every Thursday at 11:30a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 MainSt., Voorhees. BNI is a businessand professional networkingreferral organization. Join us tolearn more about how to growyour business. Call Ray for detailsat (609) 760-0624.

    Mat Pilates: Gibson House. Targetsabs, back, posture, balance andflexibility. Call 985-9792 for infor-mation.

    FRIDAY JULY 3Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at

    Prince of Peace Church. Call(609) 239-0022 or visitwww.oa.org for information.

    SATURDAY JULY 4Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at

    Prince of Peace Church. Call(609) 239-0022 or visitwww.oa.org for information.

    MONDAY JULY 6Reading buddies: Pre-K grade

    three. 10, 10:30, 11, 11:30 a.m. Eve-sham Library at 984 TuckertonRoad. Want to sharpen thosereading skills? This program isdesigned to encourage readingand build self-esteem. Children incan sign up to be paired with ateen volunteer reader for 30-minute sessions. The volunteerwill work with your child by help-ing them select books, and eitherread or listen to the child readaloud. Please include readinglevel and interests when register-ing. Registration is required. Reg-ister online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us,in person or call the library at(856) 983-1444.

    Kiddiecize: Ages 3-6. 10:30 a.m.Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-ton Road. Get fit at the library!This family fitness program isdesigned to teach kids about theimportance of healthy lifestylehabits. Children and their care-giver will take part in a workoutthat is both energizing and fun. Itwill incorporate stretching, move-ment, dance, balance and more!Children and caregiver shouldcome in sneakers and appropri-ate workout attire. Walk-ins wel-come. Registration is requestedfor entire series. Register onlineatwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Build It!: Ages 4 and up. 11 a.m. Eve-sham Library at 984 TuckertonRoad. Drop in anytime between11-1 p.m. to play with our buildingkits. Crystal Climbers, Playstix,Straws and Connectors and more.Registration is not required. Moreinformation onlineatwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Cosplay Camp!: Ages 10 and up. 2p.m. Evesham Library at 984Tuckerton Road. With comic andanime convention season in fullswing, many cosplayers are don-ning their beautifully crafted out-fits. Join Miss Elayna for an after-noon of cosplaying fun for peopleof all cosplay skill levels. From thenovice beginner to the seasonedcosplay veteran, we'll be explor-ing what cosplay is, how to getstarted, and we'll create somegreat cosplay accessories!. Andyes, you can come in costume!Please note that all costumesneed to be appropriate for allages. Registration is required.Register onlineatwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Spin, Pop, Boom with Mad Science

    of West New Jersey: Ages 4-13. 7p.m. Evesham Library at 984Tuckerton Road. In this 45-minute presentation, the Mad Sci-entist will use simple but excitingscience experiments and demon-strations to involve your group inthe discovery process of science.Included in the event will be suchexperiments as the "Famous,Flaming Didgeridoo" and the"Fantastic Flying Foam Factory."There will also be some audienceparticipation. Spectacular experi-ments spark the children'scuriosity and highlight the verybest of Mad Science. Registrationis required. Register onlineatwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Overeaters Anonymous: 1:30 p.m.at Prince of Peace Church. Call(609) 239-0022 or visitwww.oa.org for information.

    TUESDAY JULY 7Reading buddies: Pre-Kgrade

    three. 10, 10:30, 11, 11:30 a.m. Eve-sham Library at 984 TuckertonRoad. Want to sharpen thosereading skills? This program isdesigned to encourage readingand build self-esteem. Childrencan sign up to be paired with ateen volunteer reader for 30-minute sessions. The volunteerwill work with your child by help-ing them select books, and eitherread or listen to the child readaloud. Please include readinglevel and interests when register-ing. Registration is required. Reg-ister online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us,in person or call the library at(856) 983-1444.

    Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. atPrince of Peace Church. Call(609) 239-0022 or visitwww.oa.org for information.

    Questions of Faith support group: 3p.m. at Samaritan Center for GriefSupport, 5 Eves Drive, Suite 180.Call (800) 596-8550 to register.

    Marlton Central Networkers Chap-ter: 11:30 a.m. at Marcos at IndianSprings, 115 S. Elmwood Road. BNImeets Tuesdays for lunch. Feel freeto bring plenty of business cardsand a guest or two to find out how atrade exclusive business network-ing group can help increase quali-fied referrals. Call (856) 304-9320for more information.

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    board adopting the final budget inlate April, more staff retirementswere announced, so additionalfunds were available for Tier IIIexpansion, and the program wasadded to the budget once moreand passed.Well be working on that a lot

    this summer with the two newteachers and just enhancing thatprogram and putting our proto-

    cols in place, Scavelli said.Regarding construction and

    maintenance projects, Scavellisaid this summer the portions ofthe roofs of Van Zandt and Beelerelementary schools that were notreplaced several years ago will bereplaced.In addition, Scavelli said a big

    heating, ventilation and air con-ditioning project would also takeplace at Marlton Middle School.Scavelli also said the district

    business office will also be com-pleting one fiscal year and open-ing another, as well as preparingfor the annual audit.Scavelli said the Evesham

    Child Care Teddy Bear Academydaycare program will also contin-ue to operate throughout the sum-

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    ship is fortunate it has an indoorlocale for its concerts, as opposedto other towns that typically holda concert series on grass areas.We have a venue that can ac-

    commodate such a large crowd,and it also provides air condition-ing and seating, Vandenbergsaid.For the first show on July 6, au-

    diences will have a chance to lis-ten to the sounds of the Glouces-ter City String Band. The banddescribes itself as Mummers of-fering up an orchestral-like con-cert with timeless appeal in thePhiladelphia style.The second show on July 13

    will feature the Timeless TunesTrio, through which musicianswill use their percussion, guitarand bass instruments to playstandards, rock and roll, Motownand other hits from the 50s, 60s,70s and 80s. Then, on July 20, the township

    will hold its third show with HighNoone Express, which bills itselfas the little band with a bigsound.The singing musical duo of

    High Noone Express performs atrack list that spans the gamutfrom oldies, to standards, to clas-

    sic and modern country, to R&Bto modern pop and classic rock.The following week on July 27

    will be a more focused show withthe Sounds of Sinatra, a collec-tion of songs from the famoussolo artist and New Jersey nativeFrank Sinatra.As the concert series moves

    into August, the next show in thelineup will be Hanks Cadillac onAug. 3. to play some classic coun-try songs. The groups repertoirealso features classic rock, rootsmusic with a twist of country andsome jazz standards.The penultimate show will take

    place on Aug. 10 and will featureUnforgettable, a band with softsounding classics.Finally, on Aug. 17, the last

    show in the series will take placewith the Fralinger String Band.The 2015 concert series startedwith Mummers and will end withMummers when the FralingerString Band hits town to close theseries with upbeat songs.Vandenberg said the concerts

    usually draw a mixed crowd, withmostly seniors, but theres alwaysa full house.Always pleasantly surprised

    that we have such a large crowd,Vandenberg said.For additional information

    about the 2015 Evesham SummerConcert Series, contact the Eve-sham Township recreation de-partment at (856) 985-9792.

    SOUNDSContinued from page 1

    From 5 to 9 p.m. at ValenzanoWinery, Shamong. Live music andentertainment. Tickets $10 foradults, $5 for children must bepurchased at the gate. Rain dateis Sept. 18.

    Saturday, July 4 Audubon: Free concert and

    ceremony at 7:30 p.m. at AudubonHigh School, 350 Edgewood Ave.Fireworks close the evening atdusk.

    Collingswood: Free admissionas Party Wave Band entertains atthe high school stadium, 424Collings Ave. Gates open at 6:30p.m. Show begins at 8 p.m. Fire-works at approximately 9:15 p.m. Camden Waterfront Independ-

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