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Weekly Roundup

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

Meredith Hanamirian named MFS Upper School Director

Moorestown Friends School Director of College Counseling Meredith Hanamirian has been appointed the school’s Upper School Director (principal) effective July 1. Hanamirian was selected from a strong group of finalists, emerging from a comprehensive national search.

Egg Hunt Correction

Correction: There was an error in the Moorestown Sun’s print edition on Tuesday, March 14. In the paper it read that the 23rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Moorestown Business Association and Lenola Fire Company, will take place on Sunday, March 26 at the Jeff Young Field at 9 a.m. This is incorrect and was the information for last year’s event.

Council brings on two co-deputy managers

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Approximately two months after Moorestown Township Manager Scott Carew unexpectedly resigned, Town Council has hired two co-deputy managers to help fill the role. The newly hired members of staff, Jack Terry and George Haeuber, began serving the township in early March.

Newly Branded InTown Auto Care
recognized by Moorestown Business Association

Tucked in the back of a shared parking lot off of Mill Street, InTown Auto Care is comprised of a bustling set of garages and an office that operates like command central. Formerly known as Ed Ebert’s, the repair facility’s new owners Suzanne and Mike Dunn have been putting their own stamp on the well-established business since they purchased it from its namesake almost four years ago.

Recreation Banner Sponsorship Program

The Township of Moorestown, Department of Parks and Recreation will lease banner space yearly to the Moorestown youth athletic clubs and groups.

Council opened to discussion at proposed Town Hall meeting

Moorestown resident Michael Babcock referenced the ongoing investigation into the town’s water supply by renowned environmental activist Erin Brockovich and her team during Town Council’s meeting last week. He had one request — for council to agree to converse with Brockovich’s team of specialists.

Multi-Cultural Unity Panel Discussion to be held at WAMS

In an effort to further unify the community, residents are invited to join in a multi-cultural Unity Panel Discussion about the themes of the show Hairspray, Jr., as well as some of the unfortunate racially based events in the news lately, on Saturday, March 18 at 4:30 p.m. at the William Allen Middle School.

It Takes a Village NJ in need of volunteers

The volunteer organization, It Takes a Village NJ, is in urgent need of volunteers. These volunteers are asked to give as little as one hour per work of their valuable time to help someone in need.

The “New Jersey History Speaks Series” returns

The “New Jersey History Speaks Series” returns to the Historical Society of Moorestown on Wednesday, March 15.

MHS hosts 2nd Annual Talent Show

On Wednesday, April 26, Moorestown High School will be hosting its second annual talent show. This event will feature performances from all classes and the proceeds will go to benefit not only the four high school classes, but also Mercy High School in Malawi, Africa.

Trinity Episcopal Church hosts film honoring Women’s History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, and seeing as many women in the Civil Rights movement voiced their influence in churches, Trinity Episcopal Church Moorestown presented the film “Standing on My Sisters’ Shoulders” inside its doors on Sunday, March 5 — the 52nd anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

Spots open for Sheriff Jean Stanfield’s Police and Teens Together Program

Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield has announced that there are openings still available for youth ages 12 through 17 years old in the Police and Teens Together Program (P.A.T.T.).


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