Weekly Roundup: Voorhees Green Fair, extension of free Saving Lives

Check out what made The Sun’s headlines this week.

Voorhees and Evesham announce extension of free Saving Lives designated driver program.

Intoxicated Voorhees and Evesham residents can get free rides home through Uber from bars and restaurants in the two townships.

Mayor’s Column: Voorhees receives new public safety elements.

The measures include police body cameras and the extension of free Saving Lives designated driver program.

Tony Luke speaks at Kennedy Health’s Opioid Crisis Symposium

Tony Luke, Helene Burns, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, Kennedy’s Chief Nurse Executive and Dr. Jim Baird, Kennedy — Washington Township Assistant Emergency Department Medical Director, who has helped spearhead Kennedy’s hospital-based opioid addiction prevention efforts.

The goal of the event was to help area medical personnel become comfortable and educated on the treatment of opioid-addicted patients.

Sustainable Voorhees to host 1st annual Green Fair.

The coalition’s Green Team will teach sustainability through games, hunts and more.

Voorhees International Day welcomes walks of all life.

The staple event highlights the township’s diversity.