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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.
Star Citizens: August, 2011
Emily Lubin, 15, a Moorestown High School junior, has spent the last eight years assisting the Moorestown Wigs for Kids, which uses donated ponytails to make hairpieces for children suffering from cancer or other diseases that cause hair loss.
Star Citizens: June 2011
St. Charles Borromeo fifth-grade student Jenni Ryan and her sister, first-grade student Kara, recently cut their hair to donate it to the Locks of Love program, a nonprofit organization that works to provide wigs to children suffering from medical hair...
Star Citizens: April, 2011
Moorestown High School sophomores Zajac, (left), and Kaye, along with junior Wu are bringing attention to the issue of global warming by spearheading the project “Lights Out in Moorestown.” The students are asking residents to turn off their lights...