Weekly Roundup: Curtain Call Performing Arts to debut three shows, Peach Festival returns Aug. 5

Mt. Laurel Police also link teens who allegedly burglarized a firefighter’s vehicle to six additional burglaries.

The students at Curtain Call Performing Arts Center are getting ready for three new shows, the Mt. Laurel Meeting Peach Festival is set to return on Aug. 5 and police news this week as well. Catch up on the week that was with The Sun’s “Weekly Roundup” feature.

Curtain Call Performing Arts Center to debut three shows in August showcasing summer camp students

Students in Curtain Call Performing Arts Center’s ongoing summer camp are getting ready for three shows at once as its casts and crew work hard at Harrington Middle School this summer. “The Jungle Book Kids, “Bye Bye Birdie,” and “Mary Poppins” will all debut in August.

Mt. Laurel Meeting Peach Festival returns on Aug. 5 with treats and history for all

If folks in Mt. Laurel aren’t already feeling peachy keen with this summer weather, they might start feeling that way soon when the Mt. Laurel Meeting Peach Festival returns on Saturday, Aug. 5, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. The 26th annual event is set to bring scores of residents and their families to the historic Mt. Laurel Meetinghouse at the corner of Moorestown-Mt. Laurel Road and Hainesport-Mt. Laurel Road for a wide-array of peach flavored treats.

Mt. Laurel Public Education Fund to hold 23rd annual Golf Classic on Sept. 25

Registration and sponsorship opportunities are now available for the Mt. Laurel Public Education Fund’s 23rd Annual Golf Classic fundraiser at Ramblewood Country Club and Seven Tap-Tavern. The event will take place on Sept. 25 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. This event helps the MLPEF, an independent, non-profit corporation, in its mission to broaden support for quality education in the Mt. Laurel Public Schools.

Mt. Laurel Police link teens who allegedly burglarized firefighter’s vehicle to six burglaries

The following information comes from the Mt. Laurel Police Department. All persons are considered innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law:

Mt. Laurel Police say they have linked two Mt. Laurel teens who allegedly burglarized a vehicle belonging to a firefighter at the Masonville Fire Station on June 21 to six other recent burglaries of unlocked vehicles in the area. Police originally arrested the teens on June 21 when police say they responded to the Mt. Laurel Fire Department on Masonville Road for a vehicle burglary in progress at 6:46 a.m.

Lenape Band Parents Association to hold car wash fundraiser on July 29

The Lenape Band Parents Association will hold a car wash fundraiser on Saturday, July 29, to help raise money for the Lenape High School Band. The car wash will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Stiles Sunoco gas Station at 721 S. Church Street in Mt. Laurel.