The annual trunk-or-treat event is a safe opportunity for the community to come together and have an extra opportunity to experience the fun of Halloween.
On Friday, Sept. 27, Delran STEM Coordinators Erica DeMichele and Mary Jo Hutchinson held a lab experiment and a meet-and-greet with Author Paul Reynold. In fact, the experiment was based on a book Reynold’s wrote called The Dot.
Last year, Palmyra resident,Leigh McCourt Bray, and her family experienced a very traumatic incident while they were trick-or-treating instead of staying inside this year, Bray created “We Get It” signs to show compassion and to spread awareness about children with special needs.
The event is open to members of the public that are interested in supporting the OTC’s mission to help individuals with disabilities reach their maximum potential.
Jeff Behler, director of the New York region of the U.S. Census Bureau, gave a recent presentation that covered the following topics: possible employment, the safety of the census, it’s level of difficulty and the overall importance of the census.
According to the Burlington County Silent Witness Project, the exhibit will feature speakers and a display of silhouette figures that represent local residents who lost their lives through acts of domestic violence.
Delran’s 2019 Road Program is in its final stages of ironing out details before the road work begins.
At the Delran Board of Education meeting on Monday, Sept. 23, Superintendent Brian Brotschul and the rest of the board of education members honored several students and the Delran school crossing guards for their hard work
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