August 2021 Issue
Educators from kindergarten to college level are approaching this school year with a mix of excitement and precautions.
Mark your calendars for these informative campus visits.
Making their own path.
Opportunites abound in our area.
… the Fast Way to a Straight Smile
With a customized stairlift from Stannah Interstate Lift, customers with mobility problems can take back their freedom and remain in comfortable surroundings.
Brightview Senior Living’s Mount Laurel location ensures residents are immersed in the activities they love while providing the peace of mind that comes with compassionate, individualized care.
At Congregation Beth El’s Early Childhood Center, education goes beyond phonics fundamentals and instills Jewish values in children from all walks of life.
The Evergreens in Moorestown, an Acts Retirement-Life Community, offers residents the opportunity to enjoy the lifestyles they want in the safety and support of a senior-living environment that adapts to their changing needs—and is all under one roo...
John D. Borbi has Borbi, Clancy and Patrizi of Marlton thriving.
At Artis Senior Living of Evesham, those with dementia or Alzheimer’s are valued for their abilities and able to stay engaged in a safe environment.
Attorney Chandra Betner-Gray faced an uphill battle in her career and hopes to give others the confidence to pursue their goals.
Judy Lundy and the Lundy Law Foundation are teaming up to give kids all over the area a book to call their own.
Elizabethtown College offers a unique approach to learning
As the new president of Saint Elizabeth University, Dr. Gary Crosby hopes to further personalize the student experience and carry on the school’s history of excellence.
Susan Batastini helps clients tackle life’s challenging transitions with Walk 2 Wellness.