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Weekly Roundup: Boys soccer, Committeeman giving back top this week’s stories

Check out this past week’s biggest stories in Cinnaminson.

“Members of the Cinnaminson High School soccer team go through warm-ups ahead of a Sept. 13 game at Pennsauken High School.” LARRY HENRY JR/The Sun.

Cinnaminson Boys Soccer fighting to keep competitive nature going in 2017

It was not that long ago the Cinnaminson High School boys soccer team was competing for South Jersey Group titles in 2012 and 2015 and even a state final in 2014, after winning the group title. Following a 6–12–1 season in 2016, the goal is to get back to that level of play and be competitive in a very tough BCSL Liberty Division. Head Coach Jason Melie is in his sixth year as the leader of the varsity program, and his 14th overall at Cinnaminson. After a tough season a year ago, Melie hopes the team can continue to improve in all aspects. “We know that in this division, things are not going to be given to us,” Melie said. “Our schedule prepares us for what to expect each and every game, and we have high expectations for the season.” The Pirates are 3–2 so far this season through Sept. 18, with a 2–1 record in their division. Opening with a 2–1 loss in Ocean City, the Pirates rolled off three wins in a row before falling 1–0 to Northern Burlington.

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Committeeman Don Brauckmann serving Cinnaminson in a wide-range of capacities

Donald Brauckmann has called Cinnaminson Township his home since 1993 and has served the community in a variety of capacities. The 47-year-old Willingboro native moved in with his wife, Michelle, who is a life-long Cinnaminson resident, after serving in the U.S. Marine Corps for four years in North Carolina. Brauckmann graduated Holy Cross High School in 1988 before taking various credits at Burlington County College and the Burlington County Police Academy. “I worked with the Cinnaminson Police Department for 10 years from 1994 to 2004,” Brauckmann said. “I was also our first school resource officer. I worked in that position from 1999 to 2004. Being our SRO was the most rewarding position I held while with the department, where I still maintain very strong relationships with many of the students, parents and school employees that I was involved with over 15 years ago.”

4th annual Project Graduation Car Show kicking off on Oct. 15

Join the township of Cinnaminson and Cinnaminson Project Graduation for their 4th annual Car Show! Running from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Wood Park, community members can come out and have a good time checking out several cars. This event is held in conjunction with Cinnaminson Appreciation Day, a celebration filled with all types of vendors, food, and fun activities for the whole family. Cost for the Car Show is $15 in advance, or $20 on the day of the show. Awards will be provided for Top 100, best engine, best interior, best paint, best of show, and club participation.

Medicare Open Enrollment seminar at Cinnaminson Public Library

Are you interested in learning more about medicare? Do you know of someone who is? Join the Cinnaminson Library for an educational seminar on Medicare Open Enrollment. The program will address Medicare Open Enrollment for 2018. The topics that will be covered are: Part D Prescription Plans — Medicare Advantage-Medi-Gap Supplements, Skilled nursing care, Social Security Claiming Strategies and More. Registration can be done at http://www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/medicare-open-enrollment, or by calling the library to sign up at (856)829–9340.


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