Tabernacle News

Burlington County to hold inaugural food truck and craft beer festival May 4

This event will be held 3 to 8 p.m. at the Burlington County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $10 for general admission and must be purchased online.

Registration now open for Fall youth soccer and volleyball

Programs are through the Tabernacle Athletic Association (TAA).

Rowan College at Burlington County to host third annual Science Slam event May 5

Topics at the free event include crime scene investigation, drone flying, robot fighting, blood typing, toy car racing, virtual reality, the evolution of measurements and more.

‘Bolt for Becky 5K’ race on April 28 supports first responder memorial scholarship at...

RCBC alumna, firefighter and paramedic Rebecca “Becky” Scott was diagnosed with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer at the age of 27 and worked full-time as a paramedic for 18 months until 12 days before her death in 2015.

Therapy chicken guest hosts reading session at Pinelands Branch Library

Chicken Paws to Read allows youngsters to read to therapy animals as way to help literacy skills.

Competing against hunger

On Wednesday, April 24, the Food Bank of South Jersey hosted its Hunger Games competition, an annual fundraiser benefiting their children’s programs.

YMCA of the Pines creates week-long initiative as part of National Child Abuse Prevention...

The organization sought to tackle the problem of child sex abuse through a five-day initiative during the last week of June.

Volunteers needed for Burlington County ‘Clean Communities’ cleanup at Willingboro Lakes Park on April...

Individuals, groups, and organizations are welcome to participate in this event. Bags, gloves and grabbers will be provided.

Seneca students highlight school’s achievements during latest LRHSD BOE meeting

Andrew Gallagher and Stephen Oliva were two of the seniors from Seneca who presented to the BOE as a way to show the district many of the school’s achievements in the past year.

Five-year strategic plan proposed at LRHSD BOE meeting

It's the first time in 10 years that the board has considered a new plan for the future of the district.
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