October 2014 Issue
Playing Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz is a dream for most aspiring performers, but for Paul VI High School’s Courtney Straub it was also an award-winning reality.
Indians Lacrosse coach Gene Venuto helped lead the U15 Reds to a truly stellar season, ending the year with a South Jersey League championship.
Whitman Elementary School art teacher Amanda Brewer has become a sort of Internet sensation for a photo she took on summer break.
The 13-year-olds on the Mount Laurel American Legion Team took home the Camden County American Legion Division championship for 2014.
Cherokee High School senior Amelia Ying hit a career milestone at the start of October with her 100th career win.
Moorestown Friends School junior Margaux Vellucci was selected as one of the handful of young women to perform at The United Nations’ Day of the Girl Summit in New York City.
Breast cancer. It’s still such a regular part of our society, engrained in family memories, reshaping futures and sparking national awareness.
People are remaining more active than ever late into life, thanks to advances in hip and knee replacements.
Senior living resources are more advanced than ever, and are providing seniors with a happy, healthy and comfortable lifestyle.