Kam, a sophomore at Moorestown Friends School, was recently selected as a violist to the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra where she w ill participate in four live performances at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts. Additionally, Kam serves as the principal violist a t Temple’s Music Prep Center for Gifted Young Musicians. —Alexis Weaver
Aaronson, 18, signed with the Philadelphia Union, where he will be admitted to the First Team as a homegrown player. He turned down a full scholarship to the Univer sity of Indiana in order to commit to the Union. Aaronson will officially join for the 2019 Major League Soccer season. —Alexis Weaver
As a Police Athletic League (PAL) board member for 18 years, Feldscher received the Sally Berlin Spotlight Award at the recent PAL board of directors meeting. Feldscher, who is also president of Feldscher Horwitz Public Relations, got the award because of her dedication to the mission and promotion of the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia. The South Jersey resident is on multiple PAL committees such as the public relations committee and the education and scholarship committees. —Dylann Cohn-Emery
The Bishop Eustace freshman had the pleasure of practicing side-by-side with Delran native and Olympic gold medalist Carli Lloyd at the professional soccer player’s Medford camp. Dedes had 10 goals this season to help Bishop Eustace reach the sectional semifinals and finish with a 16-3-1 record. —Sarahjane Massaud
Heilig, the longtime field hockey coach at Eastern, earned the 500 win of her remarkable career as the Vikings defeated Kingsway, 8-0, in the South Jersey Group IV final. A Moorestown th resident, Heilig improved her overall record to 500-14-10 in 20 seasons at Eastern and one at Haddon Heights. She has guided the Vikings to state championships in all 20 of her seasons with the program, including an 11-0 win over Bridgewater-Raritan in this year’s final.
DeVault selflessly devotes his free time to helping others, volunteering with Christ Presbyterian Church, Glouces ter County Historical Society and serving eight years as a volunteer at the Paulsboro Nutrition Program. DeVault was honored as th e 2 018 Outstanding Senior Volunteer by the Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders for being everything from a loyal volunteer to a trus tworthy role model. —Sarahjane Massaud
EASTERN MARCHING BAND
The Marching Vikings won all seven performances th ey’ve played this season. Having to face months of practice and unpredictable variables such as weather for every performance, the team con tinued to prevail. With an undefeated record, the band has the Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Championship to look forward to. —Sarahjane Massaud
Mongeluzo received the Helm’s Award from the Goodwill Industries of Southern NJ & Phil adelphia at the 2018 Awards Reception. He was honored for his philanthropic contributions to the community and entrepreneurial spirit . The Medford resident founded his own IT firm, Pro Computer Services (PCS), at the age of 20, and is a member of multiple different boa rds such as Entrepreneurs’ Forum of Philadelphia and Rowan University’s College of Business Alumni Board and Executive Board of the Phil adelphia Chamber of Commerce. Through PCS he donated over $250,000 to local organizations like Wounded Warrior Project and The Food Ban k of South Jersey. —Dylann Cohn-Emery
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 9 (November 2018).
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