Weekly Roundup: Tabernacle resident leading the charge against Lyme disease

Also, Seneca High School students make pictures for children in Ukraine

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Eileen Valerio, who lives in Tabernacle, shares her story of how Lyme disease has affected her life. Burlington County has one of the highest amounts of cases reported in New Jersey, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Valerio is also doing her best to prevent more people from contracting the debilitating disease.

Seneca High School Art Major class works with The Memory Project

The Art Major class at Seneca High school used their talents to create pictures for children in Ukraine. The class teamed up with The Memory Project, a non-profit organization based in Wisconsin. The Seneca students sent the pictures to The Memory Project, who will then deliver them to children in Ukraine.

Newspaper Media Group hosting South Jersey Kids Expo

Newspaper Media Group, the publisher of the Tabernacle Sun, will host the South Jersey Kids Expo March 25 in Evesham. The expo will present fun and games for kids, as well as great learning opportunities for their parents and guardians.