Weekly Roundup: Scholarship, municipal budget top this week’s stories

Check out the top stories in Moorestown this week with our Weekly Roundup.

Pictured from left are Ann Marie Reyher, Lauren Reyher, Renee Reyher, Jeffrey Reyher, Ryan Casinelli, Sean Casinelli, Ed Reyher.

A Moorestown Board of Education member details the scholarship she founded last year and Moorestown council introduced the 2017 proposed municipal budget. Check out the biggest news in Moorestown this week with our Weekly Roundup.

Moorestown BOE member creates scholarship to memorialize 1984 MHS grad

Those who wish to donate to the Nicole de la Parra Reyher Designer Scholarship can visit www.MoorArts.org or can mail a check to MoorArts, Attn: Treasurer, P.O. Box 465, Moorestown. Checks should be made out to “Nicole de la Parra Reyher Designer Scholarship.”

Council votes to introduce tentative 2017 municipal budget

Moorestown Council introduced the 2017 proposed municipal budget at last week’s meeting. The total budget is $24.3 million, a 1.9 percent increase, or approximately $453,000, from the 2016 municipal budget. The township is anticipating $432,247 in additional revenue, and the net difference of $20,753 will be raised through taxation.

Moorestown resident arrested for armed robbery of Moorestown Wawa

On Tuesday, June 13, the Moorestown Police responded to a 911 call at 9:02 p.m. reporting an armed robbery followed minutes later by a silent alarm from the Wawa located at 236 W. Main St.

Moorestown Religious Leaders Series: Reverend Ingrid Wengert

As soon as the Rev. Ingrid Wengert arrived at Saint Matthew Lutheran Church nearly 12 years ago, she knew the congregation was special. After previously serving at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Marlton and Saint Paul Lutheran Church in Teaneck, she was ready for a new chapter.