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Weekly Roundup

Catch up on the week that was in Moorestown in the Weekly Roundup.

RCBC’s new trustees bring business and communications expertise

The Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Board of Trustees welcomed two new members on Tuesday, Feb. 21 who are skilled in business development and public communications.

MHS theater to open “Curtains” to audiences

A musical mystery and comedy is making its way to the Moorestown High School stage. For this year’s annual spring musical, the MHS theater invites the community to witness its presentation of the Broadway musical, “Curtains.”

Burlington County Sheriff accepting applications for ‘Senior Home Security Program’

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Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield has announced that her department is now once again accepting applications to provide seniors free home security surveys and modifications.

Residents “Huddle” in Moorestown

After attending the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, Jan. 21, Moorestown resident Lauren Romano, her sister Alisa Thiede and their friend Jack Fairchild sought to bring the day’s messages back home. In doing so, they have taken on the roles of organizers of several follow-up actions, with a second community “huddle” to be held on Sunday, March 5 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Moorestown.

100th Annual Rummage Sale

The 100th Annual Rummage Sale at the First Presbyterian Church of Moorestown, located at 101 Bridgeboro Road, will be held on Wednesday, March 22 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and on Thursday, March 23 from 10 a.m. until noon.

Moorestown Fire District election results

In preparation for the year ahead, elections for Moorestown Fire Districts №1 and №2 were held on Saturday, Feb. 18. After the polls closed at 9 p.m., the unofficial results showed both districts passed their fire budgets and appointed incumbent candidates to leadership roles.

Sheriff Stanfield announces next series of classes for Youth Police Academy

Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield announced that classes will begin for her department’s Youth Police Academy on Saturday, March 11. The first session of the program will take place over the course of three consecutive Saturdays, ending on March 25 with a graduation ceremony.

Moorestown family named finalists for Au Pair Host Family of the Year

Matt and Candace found themselves seeking a new, flexible childcare provider. Ultimately, they chose to pursue hosting an au pair, and now the Amberg’s have been named as finalists for the au pair Host Family of the Year Award.

Free Bereavement Support Groups beginning in March

All support groups are led by professionals and provide the opportunity to learn about grief, and to share loss-related experiences in a comfortable, private environment. Support groups are free and open to all. To register, please call (856) 552–1300, ext. 2507.

Liverpool FC International Academy gets ball rolling in Moorestown

Following the same curriculum as the Liverpool Football Club International Academy, a New Jersey branch of the club, based out of Moorestown, launched on Saturday, Feb. 18. This expansion will allow local soccer enthusiasts the opportunity to “learn and play the Liverpool way.”

Hard of Hearing network to meet Feb. 21 at Rowan College at Burlington County

Coping with hearing loss in the workplace can be challenging, but there are strategies that can help one stay on the job and succeed. Learn more at the Hard of Hearing Professionals Network’s next monthly meeting.

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