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Weekly Roundup: New police officers, small business top this week’s stories

Check out the top stores in Cinnaminson this week.

Cinnaminson welcomed two new police officers and Township Committee is working to help a small business stay afloat. Check out the top stories in Cinnaminson this week with our Weekly Roundup.

Cinnaminson welcomes two new police officers

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The Cinnaminson Township Police Department welcomed two new officers at last week’s Township Committee meeting.

Public Safety Director Mickey King explained it is tradition for the department to bring in new officers for introduction to committee and residents before they attend the police academy, then swear them in after they graduate the academy.

Township Committee works to help a small business survive amidst redevelopment efforts

With all the talk of Wawa, Chipotle and Starbucks coming to town, it’s easy to forget about the small businesses of Cinnaminson. John Feghali, owner of Cinnaminson Riggins, came to committee last week with a plan he believes will help keep his business afloat.

Cinnaminson resident takes the cake with RCBC partner

Mark Keating and Olivia McCaw took the top prize of “Best Student” at recent baking competition with their Candyland-themed cake.

As the first Rowan College at Burlington County students to ever enter the “Let Them Eat Cake” competition, held in Philadelphia in March, Olivia McCaw, 20, and Mark Keating, 23, set the bar high by taking home the top student prize.

Exercising mind and body: Rush School fifth graders practice yoga before school

Eleanor Rush Intermediate students Natalie Largay and Mikayla Coates practice back-to-back breathing at Rush School basic skills teacher Hollie Helman’s weekly yoga class.

A small group of Eleanor Rush Intermediate School fifth graders shows up to school an hour early every Wednesday to practice yoga with basic skills teacher Hollie Helman.

Helman read an article in September with her basic skills reading class about how students across the country are improving academically through yoga and mindfulness. As part of the lesson, the class practiced yoga for a few minutes, but that wasn’t enough for it.

Cinnaminson High School students selected for All-State Chorus

Several Cinnaminson High School students were selected for the All-State Chorus, Cinnaminson Township Public Schools announced via Facebook. The competitive audition process includes hundreds of students from all over the state.


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