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    By ZANE CLARKThe Sun

    History has taught us all thatfreedoms are never free, but re-quire vigilance and commitmentfrom us who enjoy them," said Fr.Richard Regan of St. Joan of ArcParish, as he delivered the open-ing prayer at the Evesham Town-ship Veterans Day ceremony andasked those before him to lift upall the men and women who havedefended the nations freedom.

    With Regans brief prayer,along with the national anthemsung by Carmen Malatino and apresentation by the CherokeeHigh School JROTC color guard,a crowd gathered at the townshipmunicipal building on the sunnyNov. 10 morning and honored the

    men and women of the UnitedStates armed forces.

    Those gathered for the ceremo-ny included members of town-ship council, AssemblymanChristopher J. Brown, membersof the police department and fire-rescue, residents and multipleveterans from the township.

    The ceremony included awreath presentation from Opera-tion Yellow Ribbon of South Jer-

    sey, the Evesham-based charitythat provides welcome-homeevents and care packages formembers of the armed services,and the acknowledgment of sev-eral bricks for the townships Vet-erans Walkway on behalf of Ed-

    ward P. Bergh, Werner AlfredDrechsel and Michael Pilla.

    Mayor Randy Brown told thecrowd they were there to honorthe nations heroes, and to re-member their achievements,courage and dedication, and to

    give thanks for their sacrifices.Thinking of the heroes who

    join us today, and those who arehere only in spirit, a person canthelp but feel awed by the enormi-ty of what we encounter, Brownsaid. We stand in the midst of

    patriots and friends who havenobly served. You have made our

    armed forces the most respectedin the world.

    Brown also spoke of how theservice members honored on Vet-erans Day come from all walks oflife, but share those same funda-mental qualities of courage,pride, determination, sacrifice,selflessness and a dedication toduty and integrity.

    Brown said those qualitieswere those needed to serve acause larger than oneself, both inthose who volunteered and thosewho never asked to leave theirhomes.

    They didnt go to war becausethey love fighting; they werecalled to be a part of somethingbigger than themselves, Brownsaid. They were ordinary peoplewho responded in extraordinaryways in extreme times. They roseto the nations call because theywanted to protect the nationwhich has given them and us somuch.

    Resident Viki Honeywell at-tended the event, accompanied byher dog Trevor, an Airedale, wear-ing a patriotic red white and blueribbon with his collar.

    I brought him because theyused Airedales in World War I tocarry messages from the trench-es, back and forth between thetrenches, Honeywell said. They

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    INSIDE THIS ISSUECelebrate the season

    Marlton gears upfor holiday events. PAGE 7

    ZANE CLARK/The Sun

    It was a time to give thanks for those who served their country in the armed services and rememberthose who sacrificed their lives with the annual Evesham Township Veterans Day ceremony. Pictured arethe Cherokee ROTC Color Guard before a wreath-laying ceremony and brick presentation for the town-ships Veterans Walkway.

    Veterans Day ceremony honors nations heroesService includes

    wreath presentation,Veterans Walkwayacknowledgment

    please see RESIDENTS, page 12

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    2 THE MARLTON SUN NOV. 1925, 2014

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    By ZANE CLARKThe Sun

    Local novelist Pam Jenoffgrew up in Marlton, cur-rently resides inCherry Hill, and hasheld many titles inher life.

    From Cambridge

    University graduate, toformer special assistantto the secretary of theArmy, to member of theState Department at theU.S. Consulate in Krakow,Poland, to graduate of theUniversity of PennsylvaniaLaw School, to attorney inPhiladelphia, to current moth-er of three and teacher at theRutgers University School of

    Law, Jenoff has accomplishedmuch.

    However, through-out that long list ofaccomplishmentswas Jenoffs lin-gering desire tohold one title inparticular writer.

    That desireeventuallycame to fore-front ofJenoffs lifein Septem-ber 2001after the9/11 at-

    tacks when shefirst became a lawyer.

    When 9/11 happened, I had

    this lifeepiphany thatI call dearGod I dontwant to die atthe law firm,Jenoff said.Being alawyer was agreat thing,

    but I wanted tobe a novelist.

    Jenoff soon took a novel writ-ing course at Temple Universityand got to work.

    In 2007, after years of squeez-ing in writing during her law ca-reer, came her international bestselling novel The Kommandant'sGirl, the story of the 19-year-old

    Marlton native Pam Jenoffspeaks about her life as a writerNovelist a guest at Katz JCCs Arts, Books and Culture Festival

    please see JENOFF, page 11

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    NOV. 1925, 2014 THE MARLTON SUN 5

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    Kepples Carpet, with locationsin Marlton and West Berlin, willbe hosting acclaimed singer andsongwriter Laura Reed on Nov.22.

    The South African-born dy-namo has earned global acco-lades for her thought-provokinglyrics and captivating, emotivestage presence. The show is beingpresented by Marlton residentDoug Kepple as a free customerand community appreciation"event.

    The event will be held at themain stage at The Record Muse-um at the stores West Berlin loca-tion, 110 Cushman Ave.

    Reeds recently released debutalbum entitled The Awakeninghas been hailed as a reinvigorat-ing turn for the charismaticartist. Produced by two-timeGrammy award winner ShannonSanders (India.Arie, Robert Ran-dolph, John Legend), the album

    has notched rave reviews, as wellas carving a new musical path forthe acclaimed vocalist. Encour-aged to make the move toNashville by mentor, formermusic executive and Grammyaward-winning producer, PaulWorley (Lady Antebellum, TheBand Perry, Dixie Chicks), Reedtabled her funk/reggae-informedroots (via her band Deep Pocket)and created an R&B-tinged vocaltour de force that embroiders theraw, seductive power of her voice

    with a soulfully-framed new sig-nature sound lucent and sultry as on flavorful offerings like Nat-urally and the Motown-influ-enced first single Wake Up,among others.

    This will be a family-friendlyBYO-Cooler event. RSVP at [email protected],[email protected],Facebook/KepplesCarpet andFacebook/RecordMuseum.

    Kepples Carpet to hostLaura Reed Nov. 22

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    6 THE MARLTON SUN NOV. 1925, 2014

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    SPEAK UPThe Sun welcomes letters from readers.Brief and to the point is best, so we look forletters that are 300 words or fewer. Includeyour name, address and phone number. Wedo not print anonymous letters. Send lettersto [email protected], via fax at 856-427-0934, or via the mail. You can dropthem off at our office, too.

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    managIng edItor Mary L. Serkalow

    content edItor Kristen Dowd

    marlton edItor Zane Clark

    art dIrector Stephanie Lippincott

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    By ZANE CLARK

    The Sun

    After months of negotiations betweenthe township and the police patrol, the twosides finally came to an agreement, and theEvesham Township Council ratified a newfour-year police patrol contract at its Nov.12 meeting. The new contract spans 2014,2015, 2016 and 2017, and has three primaryfeatures, according to township managerTom Czerniecki salary increases, the con-solidation of salary increase step guidesfor offices hired before the 2008 recession

    and those hired after, and, most importantof all, an agreement for the patrol to moveto the townships self-insurance program.

    Basically, higher copays, higher de-ductibles, a greater emphasis on proactivemanagement of your benefits packageit

    really encourages people to use Teladoc, to

    visit urgent care clinics rather than go toemergency rooms and participate in ourwellness program, Czerniecki said.

    Mayor Randy Brown also extolled thevirtues of having the patrol in the town-ships self-insurance program, or gold planas the township calls it, and said much ofthe negotiations were ensuring the patrolunderstands how the gold plan would bene-fit them and their families.

    The gold plan doesnt harm their fami-lies, it actually helps them by the differentthings of which the gold plan entails,which is generic prescriptions, urgent care

    and things that will make life easier forthem and even quicker for them, Brownsaid.

    Regarding the salary increases, Cz-erniecki said those would start retroactivefor 2014 at 1.95 percent, the second year

    with 1.95 percent, the third year with 1.75

    percent and then the fourth year againwith 1.95 percent.Czerniecki said the other feature is con-

    solidating the two salary guides, which helikened to steps, where officers go into thesteps system until they reach top grade.

    We have two guides, one for officershired before the 2008 recession and oneguide for those hired after, and we knew itwas inevitable that we would have to con-solidate those two into one 12-step guide,Czerniecki said.

    Chief of Police Christopher Chew said ittook cooperation to get the contract done,

    and everybody worked as a team.It wasnt easy, but cooler heads pre-

    vailed, Chew said.Chew also thanked former township

    Sorry to say this so early, while 60-

    degree days were here just a few

    days ago, but, alas, the holiday

    season has arrived.

    The good news is that means many

    good-hearted people and organizations

    will be gathering food, clothing, toys,

    money and other items for those lessfortunate.

    At The Sun, we want to help make

    your event or drive as successful as

    possible. But to do that, we need your

    help.

    Many retailers count on Black Fri-

    day to help put their business in the

    black for the year. If holiday sales are

    strong, they have a good overall year. Ifsales are soft, they struggle to get by.

    The same theory can hold true for

    nonprofits and other groups that de-

    pend on the publics generosity duringthe holiday season to see them through

    the rest of the year. People, naturally,

    are more giving during this time of the

    year. So, in the coming weeks, youll

    see bell-ringers, donation drives and a

    lot of other efforts to help those in

    need.

    We salute everyone who holds a

    drive to help those in need. But we also

    want to help make those efforts as

    grand and successful as possible.

    To do that, we need to know about

    your event as soon as possible (at least

    two weeks is best). We need to know

    what types of items you are trying to

    collect, who will benefit from the drive,

    and, most importantly, how people can

    get involved to help you.

    Email is the best way to send us this

    information, and youll find our newsemail address to the right.

    Then, after we get your information,

    well take it from there. Well get it into

    the paper and let everyone in town

    know what it is you are trying to ac-

    complish and how they can be a part of

    it.

    Many families are still struggling

    with the economy. There always arepeople in need. Let us help you to help

    them. Send us your event information

    and lets make this a big donation year.

    in our opinion

    HolidayhelpersItsthe season to help others; let us knowabout your fundraiser or drive

    The need is there

    The need for donations this holiday periodis strong. Tell us about your fundraisingeffort or donation drive, and well telleveryone else.

    Council approves new four-year police contractAgreement includes salary increases, patrol moving to townships self-insurance program

    please see APPROVED, page 13

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    With Thanksgiving only aweek away and the winter holi-days to follow soon after, Eve-sham residents are at no loss forevents to keep them busythroughout the rest of 2014.

    Taking place the night beforeThanksgiving on Nov. 26 is the34th annual Marlton EcumenicalThanksgiving Service at 7 p.m. at

    Christ Presbyterian Church ofMarlton, 515 E. Main St.The service provides the vari-

    ous Christian denominationsfrom Marltons major houses of

    worship and Jew-ish congregantsfrom Congrega-tion Beth Tikvahthe chance tointeract witha welcomingcrowd withfood, conver-sation and areligiousservice.

    Then on

    ThanksgivingDay at 11 a.m.,residents look-ing for somethingto do outside of eat-

    ing turkey can enjoy somefootball fun with the

    homecoming foot-ball game at

    Cherokee HighSchool againstrival Seneca.

    The follow-ing day,Cherokee willthen take thetownship into

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    iday seasonwhen it presentsIts a Wonderful

    Happy holiday happeningsFrom Winterfest to homecoming, season about to begin

    please see SANTA, page 13

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    WE NES YNOV. 19Parachute Play: Ages 2 to 4. 10:30

    a.m. Evesham Library at 984Tuckerton Road. Join the library

    for a half hour of parachutegames, playtime and fun simpleyoga stretches. Must be accom-panied by a caregiver. Registra-

    tion is required. Register online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    One-on-One Computer Help Ses-sions: Adult. 1:30 p.m., 2 p.m.,

    2:30 p.m. Evesham Library at984 Tuckerton Road. Make anappointment for a 30-minute per-sonal help session to have email,Internet and computer how-to

    questions answered. Mouse skillrequired. Please briefly note com-puter question(s) upon registra-tion. Due to a high volume ofneed, One-on-Ones are availableto each patron once every six

    months. If registrations are notfilled the Monday of the One-on-One week, patrons who have par-ticipated recently may then regis-

    ter. Registration is required. Reg-ister online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us,in person or call the library at(856) 983-1444.

    Abrakadoodle: Ages 5 to 12. 4 p.m.

    Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-ton Road. Calling all artists. Kidswill explore and learn while usingtheir imaginations to create theirown framed masterpiece. Regis-tration is required. Registeronline at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, inperson or call the library at (856)983-1444.

    THURS YNOV. 20Time for Twos and Threes: Kids.

    10:30 a.m. Evesham Library at

    984 Tuckerton Road. Gobble,gobble, gobble! Children are invit-ed to hear Thanksgiving Day sto-ries, sing songs and make a sim-ple craft. Registration is request-ed. Register online atwww.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, ifyou like) of relaxed, social yarn

    time. Share a current project, askfor pointers, swap patterns, orjust enjoy the company of fellowenthusiasts. Registration is notrequired. More informationonline at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in

    person or call the library at (856)983-1444.

    Snack Attack: Ages 3 to 6. 1:30 p.m.Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-ton Road. Join Ms. Holly and Ms.

    Ashley, R.D. from the Shop Rite ofMarlton, as the library listens to aThanksgiving story and learnshow to prepare a yummy snackwith seasonal ingredients. Pleaselist any food allergies. Registra-tion is required. Register online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Kids Can Cook: Ages 6 to 9. 4 p.m.Evesham Library at 984 Tucker-ton Road. Join Ms. Holly and Ms.Ashley, a registered dieticianfrom the Shop Rite of Marlton for

    some kid-friendly cooking. Theywill be making a delicious snackto celebrate Thanksgiving. Takehome a recipe card and make itagain at home. Please list anyfood allergies. Registration isrequired. Register online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Girl Talk of Marlton meeting: Mid-dle and high school-aged girls. 6p.m. Evesham Library at 984Tuckerton Road. Girl Talk, a free,non-profit peer-mentoring pro-

    gram that helps high school- andmiddle school-aged girls dealwith difficult and sensitive issues,

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    Vocal powerhouse andEMI/SONY singer/songwriter

    Laura Reed will bring hercombustible live show to TheRecord Museum. The SouthAfrican born dynamo has

    earned global accolades for

    her thought provoking lyricsand captivating, emotive

    stage presence.

    Doug Kepple is the owner of Kepples Carpet, The Record Museumand Balltown Athletic Club. Doug has appreciated great live musicall his life. He has appreciated the intimacy of live In-Store per-formance in record stores.He has even presented some of the more memorable live eventsin recent memory. The Kepples Carpet store represents a largevenue and a unique concert experience. The Main Stage comesto life only a few times a year. Past performances have includedlocal favorites Lost Art, Flipside and Love Alive, among others.For more information about the November 22 event visitwww.Kepplescarpet.com. RSVP at [email protected]@comcast.net Facebook/KepplesCarpet orFacebook/RecordMuseum. Although we request RSVP you arewelcome to stop by the night of the event.

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    At approximately 4:30 p.m., theEvesham Police Department re-

    sponded to the area of BraddockMill Road and Tomlinson MillRoad for a male lying along theside of the roadway. Officers lo-cated the male and attempts to re-vive him were unsuccessful.

    Evesham Police are askinganyone who witnessed a suspi-cious vehicle or a subject, specifi-cally a male wearing a red shirtor black jacket walking in thearea of Braddock Mill Road onThursday Nov. 6 between thehours of 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

    If anyone has information they

    are asked to contact the EveshamPolice Department at (856) 983-1116, the Confidential Tip Line at(856) 983-4699 or email at [email protected] Anony-mous tips text ETPDTIP to 847411

    The Department of Public

    Works is currently underway inits leaf collection operations.Please check the township web-site for updated dates and areaseach week. The following is theupcoming collection schedule:

    Nov. 21-Dec. 3: Sections 6(Woodstream, Apple Way, Wester-ly Drive, Foxchase Road and Can-dlewood Circle), 7 (LondonSquare, Marlboro, Maples, Green-lane Farms, Quail Run, HeronPointe, North Locust Avenue and

    Kintzing Drive) and 8 (CambridgePark, Meadowbrook, Mayfair andSpringside)

    Dec. 4-12: Sections 9 (CountryFarms, Westbury Chase, Hearth-stone, Colts Gait, Ravens Cliff,Woodlands, Legacy Oaks, VillageGreen, Sharps Run, CroftonChase, Tuxedo Court, Knights-bridge Estates and all areas northof Evesboro-Medford Road), 10(Heritage, Tanglewood, Pine

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    Road, Laurel Road, Paul Road andParagon Avenue), 11 (Brush Hol-low, Willow Ridge, Ardsley Walk,Glenn Ayre, Dominions, Briar-wood, and Evans Road) and 12(Bradford Chase, Dutch Road,Braddock Mill, Tomlinson MillRoad, Union Mill Lake and Kenil-worth)

    Dec. 1-31: Second collectionsfor all areas, previously listed andincluding sections 1 (MarltonLakes, Deerfield Estates, Sanctu-

    ary and Sycamore Avenue), 2 (Lit-tle Mill, Bortons Road, The Pre-serve), 3 (Kings Grant), 4 (BartonRun) and 5 (Arrowhead, MainStreet (Historic District), Tara,Carrefour, Marlton Woods).

    Dates will be posted on orangesigns. To confirm a section of thetownship and for more informa-tion, visit www.evesham-nj.org/departments/public-works/leaf-collection.html.

    Evesham Police seek witnessesfor deceased male investigation

    Township leaf collectionschedule begins Nov. 21

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    has its monthly meeting sched-uled. Those looking for moreinformation can contact MaryBeth Iannarella at [email protected]

    S TUR YNOV. 22SAT/ACT Test Prep with Kaplan:

    Teen. 10:30 a.m. Evesham Libraryat 984 Tuckerton Road. The 3.5-hour Combo Practice Test helps

    students decide which test isright for them. Students receivefeedback. Registration required.Register online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Teen Tech Makerspace WebDesign: Ages 12-17. 2 p.m. Eve-sham Library at 984 TuckertonRoad. Join Miss Elayna as thelibrary transforms the computer

    lab into a fun, collaborate, maker-space environment for webdesign. Learn the fundamentalsof HTML and CSS in an easy,

    approachable and fun setting.Everyone will make their ownbasic website that can be builtupon for continued use and leavewith a basic understanding ofweb design. Registration isrequired. Register online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in personor call the library at (856) 983-1444.

    SUN YNOV. 23Foreign Film & Discussion Series

    Mao's Last Dancer: Adult. 2p.m. Evesham Library at 984Tuckerton Road. Join formerDrexel Professor Ramesh Kajariato watch and discuss this 2009film from Australia. In English,rated PG. True story based on LiCunxin's autobiography. Registra-tion not required, but seating islimited. More information onlineat www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

    Wii for Seniors: Ages 55 and up.

    10:30 a.m. Evesham Library at984 Tuckerton Road. Videogames are not just for kids any-more. See what all the buzz is

    about. Bowling, golf, puzzlegames, more. Registration isrequired. Register online atwww.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person orcall the library at (856) 983-1444.

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    Honeywell said her father, Lt.Col. Richard Pindell, served as aMarine during World War II andlater spent his career working inUnited States Army intelligence

    for more than 20 years.She attended the ceremony to

    honor him, and said showing ap-preciation for those who servedtheir country was important toher father and herself.

    It was important to himaman of integrity, and a lot oftimes you dont see that as muchanymore, Honeywell said. Peo-ple like him, they served as amodel. He certainly did for uskids.

    RESIDENTSContinued from page 1

    Residents attend to honorfamily members who served

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    manager Bill Cromie and the cur-rent township manager for theirhard work, and said the contractratified by council was wellearned by the patrol.

    It was well earned by theseguys, Chew said. Everybodybenefited.

    Brown said with the contractexpiring in 2014, it wasnt diffi-cult to reach a new deal. Accord-ing to Brown, during negotia-tions, many of the comments thetownship received from the pa-trolmen were the township works

    hard to give them almost every-thing possible to protect themwhen theyre out in public doingtheir jobs.

    Weve got a first-rate police de-partment, Brown said. Theyknow it, they like it, which wasprobably one of the main reasonswhy we were able to get a dealdone.

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    Life on Nov. 28 and 29, and thefollowing week on Dec. 5 and 6.

    All shows start at 7:30 p.m. andwill be held at the Lenape Region-al Performing Arts Center at 130Tomlinson Mill Road. Tickets forstudents and seniors will be $8,with tickets for adults priced at

    $12. As the township moves intoDecember, the Evesham Celebra-tions Foundation will once againpartner with the Evesham FireDepartment to host the annualWinterfest on Friday, Dec. 5.

    Located at the Main StreetFirehouse, the festivities willstart around 5 p.m., and will in-clude free hot chocolate and othercrafts and foods that can be pur-chased from vendors. Thenaround 6 p.m., after his long tripfrom the North Pole, Santa Claus

    will arrive for free pictures with

    kids.

    I think the highlight of theevent is children seeing Santaand getting their picture takenwith himI still get a kick out ofseeing him coming down the firepole, Evesham CelebrationsFoundation member Sandy Stu-dent said.

    On Saturday, Dec. 6, residentslooking to give back to those serv-ing in the armed forces will havethe chance with Operation YellowRibbon of South Jerseys holiday

    cookie and baked goods drive.From 10 a.m. 2 p.m. at the 8thLegislative District Office at 176Route 70, Suite 13 in Medford,members of OYRSJ will be on-hand to receive donated bakedgoods and treats from members ofthe community to be used in carepackages for those overseas.

    Store bought treats are also ac-cepted, although OYRSJ requeststhat all donations are in layers inlarge plastic bags or in disposablecontainers.

    Also throughout December,

    Eveshams elementary schools

    will host the following differentconcerts for parents and family:

    Wednesday, Dec. 3: DeMasi El-ementary vocal concert at 7 p.m.

    Tuesday, Dec. 9: Van Zant Ele-mentary winter concert at 7 p.m.

    Wednesday, Dec. 10: Beeler El-ementary concert at 7 p.m. andMarlton Elementary chorus con-cert at 8 p.m.

    Thursday, Dec. 11: Evans Ele-mentary vocal concert at 7 p.m.and Rice Elementary chorus con-

    cert at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 15: DeMasiMiddle School winter instrumen-tal concert at 7 p.m. and MarltonMiddle School choir concert at 7p.m.

    Wednesday, Dec. 17: DeMasiMiddle School winter vocal con-cert at 7 p.m. and Marlton MiddleSchool instrumental winter con-cert at 7 p.m.

    Monday, Dec. 22:: Jaggard Ele-mentary School vocal winter con-cert 7 p.m.

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