Catch up on the biggest stories in Cinnaminson this week
A Cinnaminson resident found KKK hate literature on Forklanding Road and the Cinnaminson school-based enterprise achieved gold-level cerification. Check out some of the top stories from the past week in the Weekly Roundup.
Cinnaminson residents receive KKK literature
Over the weekend, the Cinnaminson Township Police Department received a phone call from a resident in regard to “hate literature” that was found along Forklanding Road. The distributed literature is from the Loyal White Knights, who claim to be the largest and most active branch of the Ku Klux Klan in America.
Cinnaminson rallies for love in light of KKK literature
Just days after KKK flyers were found, an anonymous resident posted heart-shaped notes on Forklanding Road in Cinnaminson promoting an anti-KKK Valentine’s Day. The hearts were adorned with messages such as “love thy neighbor,” “hate ain’t great” and “all love is beautiful.”
Cinnaminson school-based enterprise one of 360 in the nation to achieve gold-level certification
The School-Based Enterprise at Cinnaminson High School was among 360 school-based enterprises in the United States achieving Gold Level Certification this year and will be recognized at DECA’s International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California.
Cinnaminson Fire Department moves up to Class 2
The Cinnaminson Fire Department announced that it is one of the most elite fire departments in the State of New Jersey and the Nation. Through dedication and hard work, the Cinnaminson Fire Department was recently elevated by the Insurance Services Organization (ISO) to a Class 2 Fire Department.