February 2012 Issue
Dropping off your little ones in the morning might take coaxing, tears and a great deal of organization—but it also takes trust. Leaving your child in the hands of another caregiver each day can be tough, but luckily South Jersey has numerous certified...
Behind every championship trophy or national competition, behind all the winning headlines and first-place accolades, there are dedicated coaches that hold teams together from practice to the big game.
Just because it’s cold out there, it’s not too early to think about summer! Come June, you’ll want to have a spot saved at one of these local day camps and programs, where your kids can swim, play and learn.
In an essay contest sponsored by Bells’ Home and School Council, fourth-grader Katelyn Ballauer has earned a chance to learn exactly what it is that Principal Domenick Renzi does.
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,...
Chemistry teacher Kim Murray is Lenape High School’s 2012 Teacher of the Year. She was recognized as “a master teacher who has the ability to make very difficult Chemistry concepts accessible and enjoyable for her students,” and commended for continuing...
Cherry Hill West’s dance team was chosen as a finalist in the “One Dance, Once Chance” dance competition by Ovation TV, out of hundreds of schools, dance studios and competitive dance teams.
Stephanie Leshko, a field player and goalie for the U-11 Fury Cinnaminson Soccer Club, scored the only goal in the final game of a recent tournament, winning the age-bracket championship for her team. Leshko was also named a Star Athlete at her school,...
Victoria Buhrman, senior class president at Woodstown High School and South Jersey Teen Representative for 4-H, spoke at the New Jersey State Agricultural Convention in Atlantic City last month.
Stretch, twist and feel good with Kids Yoga instructed at Fitness Yoga Studios. Based on the nationally acclaimed Yoga Ed. children’s program, your child will stay energized, feel stretched and be healthy.
An aging parent can mean tough decisions and guilty feelings. For ‘moms in the middle,’ there is hope ahead.
Huntington Learning Center helps students excel through the school year and beyond.
Rancocas Friends School provides more than just an education.
Five Star Senior Living provides a caring community.
Spring Hills Senior Communities’ distinctive services encourage total well-being.
Yardley Commons gives seniors freestyle living, in a community setting.
A special place for summer fun and friendship
Are you an up-and-coming artist? If so, submit your work to be included in Suburban Family’s upcoming artist’s feature in April. Send paintings, drawings or photography to SouthJersey.com or e-mail Family@SouthJersey.com for your chance to be featur...