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Star Citizens: June, 2012
Four Wedgwood Elementary School students were honored for their efforts in the school’s annual National Multiple Sclerosis Society Read-a-thon, which raised $4,122.50 for the worthy cause.
 
Star Citizens: May, 2012
Brad Bono recently donated six Apple iPads and four interactive applications to the Child Development Program at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center. The new technology will help enhance the curriculum for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD)...
 
Star Citizens: April, 2012
These Orchard Valley Middle School students, members of “Paws for Action,” raised funds and created homemade dog treats after school to donate to Lilo’s Promise Animal Reserve, a nonprofit rescue group.
 
Star Citizens: February, 2012
Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, along with the March of Dimes, presented one of their four Shining Star Awards to 12-year-old Jake Koerner. The Mount Laurel boy, a beneficiary of the March of Dimes’ care, received his award in an early February ceremony,...
 
Star Citizens: November, 2011
Victoria Draper (pictured), a Washington Township teen and former Miss New Jersey High School America winner, founded the Rose Petal Community Service Project. Her goal is to collect and donate 200 prom dresses (she’s just a few dresses shy of her goal),...
 
Star Citizens: October, 2011
Washington Township High School’s Interact Club facilitated the community’s annual Buddy Walk, a celebration of Down Syndrome Awareness that promotes acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome. Pictured from left are Interact Club members...
 
Star Citizens: September, 2011
These middle school students (pictured) worked with the Center for Family Services, holding a workshop and collection drive, in an effort to bring awareness to the resources the center provides as well as the need for vital supplies like toiletries.