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May 2013 Issue
Mothers of the Year
No Mother’s Day card or even the most carefully planned gift can really express the gratitude we have for our mothers, the ones who have cheered us on at our Little League games and been there through all of life’s most important milestones since. Still,...
Star Students: May, 2013
Mitchell Rothstein’s “Sublimation Nation” project, which focused on figuring out whether water, oil or air sublimate carbon dioxide the best, won third place in chemistry at the Coriell Science Fair.?His project will move on to the Delaware Valley Science...
Star Teams: May, 2013
Mount Laurel 5A Girls Travel Basketball defeated Haddonfield in a thrilling final game of the season. Their 38-24 win was enough to score them the title of Inter-County Basketball League Junior B Atlantic Division Champions.
Star Teachers: May, 2013
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Seminar for School Teachers selected Orchard Valley Middle School social studies teacher Chris Janeczko to join 15 other NEH Summer Scholars for four weeks in Philadelphia.
Star Coaches: May, 2013
George Toth, the manager, and his coaching staff, Shawn Kraemer, Pablo Perez and Joe Mascio, led the Washington Township 10A Blue travel team as it won the Tri-State Elite Baseball Spring Tournament.
Star Athletes: May, 2013
A freshman at Washington Township High School, Marissa Mullin turned in a sensational performance to earn a gold medal in her division at the Special Olympics South Sectional bowling competition.
Star Citizens: May, 2013
Daniel J. Ragone, a certified public accountant, recently received the New Jersey Hospital Association’s Healthcare System Trustee Award for 2013.
Here Comes the Sun
Before beach season officially arrives, we wanted to stop in honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month to ask local experts what to look out for and how to be safe this summer.
The Right Choices
How the daily dietary decisions you make directly impact your life.
Playing it Safe
Youth sports injuries are on the rise, but vigilant parents and tips from these local professionals can help keep children protected in the game.
Body after Baby
If you’ve had children, you may look at your body and think, ‘What happened?’ But have no fear—it is possible to get your pre-baby figure back.
Datebook: May, 2013
Get out and active at The Camden Children’s Garden’s Fit and Fun Family Festival.
Suburban Family News: May, 2013
Adventure Aquarium in Camden is encouraging local kids to participate in the “I’m a M.E.S.S.” coloring contest, which runs from May 17-June 30. M.E.S.S. stands for Mighty Endangered Species Supporter and celebrates the comeback of such animals as
Family Shore Guide
It wasn’t too long ago that we wondered what kind of summer season we’d have on the Jersey Shore; would our favorite beaches and token sweet treat spots for the kids be prepared for us after Sandy? But after doing our research, we can’t believe it was...
Taking A Stand
With legislative support, schools are pushing forward in combating bullying and decreasing the detrimental effects on today’s youth.
Kwame Morton still remembers the names of the boys who made seventh grade a nightmare for him: Andre, Lennox and...
Editor’s Note: May, 2013
It’s hard to believe that I’m wearing a sweater as I write this and we had to cover up our flowers last night to protect them from the frost. I have to keep telling myself it’s mid-May and, pretty soon, it’ll no longer be wishful thinking—summer will...