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May 23, 2019
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The New Town Press

Municipal Offices will begin summer hours as of Tuesday, May 28th. Offices will be open from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. M-Th and 8:00 a.m.-noon on Friday. The Construction Office will be open until 8:00 p.m. on Monday and the Tax Office will be open until 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday. This schedule will continue until after Labor Day.

Have a safe and happy Memorial Day. Take some time to remember those who gave their lives for our Country.

Happy Summer!
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The New Town Press

Use caution on Kings Highway in between Whiskey Mill Road and Berkley Road while they complete the project. Verizon is replacing a utility pole in area of from an earlier motor vehicle crash. ...

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We did a story a year back about this wonderful program and this wonderful horse. It was a sad day for the program when he went. Thunder was a favorite of many of the riders and is sorely missed.Therapeutic riding horse remembered

(Logan, NJ) – Thunder, the first therapeutic horse at Gloucester County’s DREAM Park, was remembered with a plaque last week. The 21-year-old Therapeutic program horse, passed away of natural causes on April 15, 2019.

Thunder was the first therapeutic horse at the DREAM Park, and was loved by all the students. He was an integral part of the DREAM Park Therapeutic Program, and recognized by the Mid-Atlantic Arabian Horse Association as 2018 Arabian Ambassador Award for his special accomplishment as a therapy horse.

Assemblyman John Burzichelli presented a remembrance stone to Terry Lewis, the Therapeutic Riding Program head instructor and his volunteers in memory of Thunder. The Therapeutic Riding Center at the Gloucester County DREAM Park currently is home to 45 students and 45 volunteers. The instructor and founder of the Therapeutic-Riding Center South Jersey is Terry Lewis, who is certified by Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH).

Pictured: Left to Right: Volunteers Sandra Marple and Lola Weigel, Assemblyman John Burzichelli and Therapeutic Riding instructor Terry Lewis holding the remembrance plaque, DREAM Park Director Flossie Ale, and volunteers Danielle Schweitzer and Sandy Mazzagatti
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Healthy Lifestyle Presentation, May 22

Healthy Lifestyle Presentation, May 22

MULLICA HILL -- A New Start, A Healthy Lifestyle will be presented by Chet Gantt on May 22 from 6...
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Logan Middle School Students Named to Honor Roll for Second Marking Period

Logan Middle School Students Named to Honor Roll for Second Marking Period

LOGAN TWP. -- The following students have made First and Second Honors at Logan Township Middle School for the Second...
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Swedesboro Town Wide Yard Sale, June 8

Swedesboro Town Wide Yard Sale, June 8

SWEDESBORO -- On Saturday, June 8, Swedesboro will be hosting a Town Wide Yard Sale from 8 a.m. to 2...
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2nd Annual 08085 Run/Walk/Sit, June 1

2nd Annual 08085 Run/Walk/Sit, June 1

SWEDESBORO -- The Kiwanis Club of Greater Swedesboro, The Swedesboro Woolwich PTO, and The Swedesboro Woolwich Parks and Recreation Committee,...
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Kingsway to Continue Progress Toward Full State Funding in Fiscal Year ‘20

WOOLWICH TWP. -- The efforts of the Kingsway Regional High School District community members played a significant role in modifying...
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Logan Tables Resolution to Introduce Budget

BRIDGEPORT -- During their meeting on April 16, the Logan Township Council tabled a resolution to introduce the community’s 2019...
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East Greenwich Celebrates Costill’s 43 Years of Service

MICKLETON -- At their meeting on April 23, the East Greenwich Township Committee paid tribute to Municipal Clerk Sue Costill...
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Swedesboro-Woolwich School District Teaching “Soft Skills”

Swedesboro-Woolwich School District Teaching “Soft Skills”

SWEDESBORO -- The role of schools and education today involves much more than just teaching academic content such as reading,...
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Friend to two kidney recipients, local man donates kidney, becomes donor advocate

Friend to two kidney recipients, local man donates kidney, becomes donor advocate

Bright and happy when she began telling her story a day after surgery at Jefferson University Hospital, Megan Lolly’s composure...
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May 2019 Issue

May 2019 Issue

KREPS -- Stephen C. Kreps, 52. To hear people speak about him, Steve was a legend. From his teenage years...
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Swedesboro NJ
May 23, 2019
Intermittent clouds
Intermittent clouds
71°F
real feel: 71°F
 

This month’s issue

Featured Advertisers

All Categories

Upcoming Events

  1. FREE SENIORS BINGO

    May 24 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
  2. LOCKE AVE FUN DAY

    June 1 @ 8:00 am
  3. Annual Strawberry Festival at Old Stone Church

    June 2 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Follow Us On Facebook!

8 hours ago

The New Town Press

Municipal Offices will begin summer hours as of Tuesday, May 28th. Offices will be open from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. M-Th and 8:00 a.m.-noon on Friday. The Construction Office will be open until 8:00 p.m. on Monday and the Tax Office will be open until 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday. This schedule will continue until after Labor Day.

Have a safe and happy Memorial Day. Take some time to remember those who gave their lives for our Country.

Happy Summer!
...

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1 day ago

The New Town Press

Use caution on Kings Highway in between Whiskey Mill Road and Berkley Road while they complete the project. Verizon is replacing a utility pole in area of from an earlier motor vehicle crash. ...

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1 day ago

The New Town Press

We did a story a year back about this wonderful program and this wonderful horse. It was a sad day for the program when he went. Thunder was a favorite of many of the riders and is sorely missed.Therapeutic riding horse remembered

(Logan, NJ) – Thunder, the first therapeutic horse at Gloucester County’s DREAM Park, was remembered with a plaque last week. The 21-year-old Therapeutic program horse, passed away of natural causes on April 15, 2019.

Thunder was the first therapeutic horse at the DREAM Park, and was loved by all the students. He was an integral part of the DREAM Park Therapeutic Program, and recognized by the Mid-Atlantic Arabian Horse Association as 2018 Arabian Ambassador Award for his special accomplishment as a therapy horse.

Assemblyman John Burzichelli presented a remembrance stone to Terry Lewis, the Therapeutic Riding Program head instructor and his volunteers in memory of Thunder. The Therapeutic Riding Center at the Gloucester County DREAM Park currently is home to 45 students and 45 volunteers. The instructor and founder of the Therapeutic-Riding Center South Jersey is Terry Lewis, who is certified by Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH).

Pictured: Left to Right: Volunteers Sandra Marple and Lola Weigel, Assemblyman John Burzichelli and Therapeutic Riding instructor Terry Lewis holding the remembrance plaque, DREAM Park Director Flossie Ale, and volunteers Danielle Schweitzer and Sandy Mazzagatti
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