Weekly Roundup: Eastern Regional High School Education Foundation looks to revitalize

In other news, the Voorhees Committee passes the 2017 municipal budget, Voorhees Middle School and Voorhees Police Department present Steered Straight and Voorhees Voorhees Township Public Schools approve 2017–2018 budget

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Eastern Regional High School Education Foundation looks to revitalize

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The Eastern Regional High School Educational Foundation has been providing support to its students since 1996. They have funded athletics, academics, arts and activities, enabling these groups to achieve funding goals. The foundation invites new members to join so they can continue the good they have been doing.

Voorhees Committee passes 2017 municipal budget

The fire department is incorporated into the municipal budget. Homeowners with average assessed home valued at $257,866 will see a $40 increase per year.

Voorhees Middle School and Voorhees Police Department present Steered Straight

On Wednesday, May 17, there will be a presentation to raise awareness of the current drug epidemic to help prevent drug and alcohol use from affecting children. The talk will be given by Michael DeLeon, who served 12 years in the prison system and another two years in a halfway house. He uses his experience as a drug counselor.

Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club member to play with South Jersey Pops Orchestra on May 21

Steven R. Nuner, a member of the Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club, will be performing with the South Jersey Pops Orchestra. The theme of the show is “Dance Music Through the Ages.” The performance will include music such as ballet, classical dance and songs from Broadway.

Voorhees Township Public Schools approve 2017–2018 budget

The Voorhees Township Public Schools approved its 2017–2018 budget at its meeting on May 3. Voorhees homeowners with an average assessed home valued at $257,866 will see about a $3 increase per month, with those taxes being allocated to, among other things, new textbooks and existing program and services maintenance.