April 29, 2017
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Family Strengthening Network Hopes to Help Local Families with their Personal and Family Goals

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Family Strengthening Network Hopes to Help Local Families with their Personal and Family Goals

WOOLWICH TWP — Family Strengthening Network (FSN) is reaching out to its surrounding communities in hopes of finding local families looking for help in achieving personal and family goals. The trained Family Advocates at FSN help empower families to achieve their dreams and be successful in all areas of life. […]

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April 2017 Issue Obituaries

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April 2017 Issue Obituaries

PANDORF — Dorothy J. Pandorf, age 88, of Mullica Hill, formerly of Clifton, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family and friends on Saturday, Feb. 18. Born in Hackensack, she moved to South Harrison Twp. in 1995 to help raise her daughter’s children, Kevin and Michael Pandorf when she […]

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Our National Symbol Is Slowly Returning To The Local Woods & Sky

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Our National Symbol Is Slowly Returning To The Local Woods & Sky

Sometime between the post-war ‘50s rebuilding of American normalcy and the mid-‘60s to ‘70s challenge to that normalcy the American Bald Eagle dropped out of the nation’s skies. And except for the scientists and the groups whose lifestyle included the flyer, few people noticed. By 1982 Haliaeetus leucocephalus (the name, […]

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What to do with the holiday hard-boiled eggs

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What to do with the holiday hard-boiled eggs

The kids had fun painting and decorating the hard-boiled eggs and parents had fun hiding them for the egg hunt. The holiday tradition is a happy one but fun is fun and food is food and in the end, when the fun is a memory, the food is going to […]

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Kingsway Winter Sports Wrap-Up: Old & New Faces Keep the Dragons Hot

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Kingsway Winter Sports Wrap-Up: Old & New Faces Keep the Dragons Hot

There were many unknowns going into the winter season at Kingsway, as three new head coaches were introduced during the summer. However, all questions quickly were answered, as the winter season was a banner one for the Dragons. Here is a breakdown of the winter season: Girls Bowling: The girls’ […]

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Pet Bereavement Group Meeting, April 17

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Pet Bereavement Group Meeting, April 17

LOGAN TWP. – FURever As Friends will present a “FURever In Our Hearts” Pet Bereavement Group on Monday, April 17 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Logan Township Library. FURever As Friends Pet Therapy would like to help you deal with your emotional loss. Please join in for friendship, […]

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GOOD FRIDAY WOMEN’S BREAKFAST

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GOOD FRIDAY WOMEN’S BREAKFAST

LOGAN TWP. — Come enjoy a buffet breakfast at Sharptown North UMC’s annual Good Friday Women’s Breakfast at the Holiday Inn, at 1 Pureland Drive in Logan Township on Friday, April 14 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. This year’s theme is “The Cross”. Speakers will be Stephanie Hogan, Director […]

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RED SCHOOLHOUSE YARD SALE, APRIL 29

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RED SCHOOLHOUSE YARD SALE, APRIL 29

MICKLETON – The Red Schoolhouse Annual Community Yard Sale will be held on Saturday, April 29 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Little Red Schoolhouse. Parking is behind the schoolhouse. Hot dogs, hoagies and baked goods will be available for purchase. Flower and vegetable plants will be on […]

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FREE SENIOR BINGO, APRIL 28

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FREE SENIOR BINGO, APRIL 28

CLARKSBORO – You are invited to Free Senior’s Bingo on April 28 at Zion Community Church. There will be fun, gift prizes and refreshments. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. for refreshments with bingo from 10 to 11 a.m. Zion Community Church is located at 242 Kings Highway, Clarksboro and is […]

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BAKE & YARD SALE, MAY 6

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BAKE & YARD SALE, MAY 6

SWEDESBORO — Bethesda UMW is hosting its 6th annual Bake and Yard Sale on Saturday, May 6 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1433 Kings Highway in downtown Swedesboro. Set up begins 7 a.m. Exterior space is available for $15 donation per table. Bring your own table.  A light […]

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