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Cherry Hill Township Weekly Briefing for Mar. 31, 2012 to Apr. 5, 2012

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Welcome to the latest installment of the Mayor's Weekly Briefing, which contains a recap of events and news happening around town, upcoming events, and community activities. I hope you will join us at these community events, sign-up to receive email updates, follow us on Twitter or Like us on Facebook.

Regular Trash Pickup on Good Friday
Cherry Hill Township offices will be closed for Good Friday, but trash will continue to be collected as regularly scheduled. Should residents have any problems, they can contact Republic Services during their normal hours on Friday from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm, at 856-234-4000.

Announcing the Cherry Hill Business Council

Whether businesses are looking to relocate, start anew or expand their operations, there are numerous reasons why they couldn’t pick a better place than Cherry Hill. To promote this increased dialogue and enhance the partnership with our businesses, Mayor Cahn's administration is creating the Cherry Hill Business Council.

The Cherry Hill Business Council will be a volunteer committee comprised of business leaders throughout the town. The Business Council will be made up of CEO’s, owners, and leaders from businesses of all sizes and will serve as an incubator, providing a forum for business leaders to share their opinions, concerns, and suggestions about how the Township can provide them better support and assistance. The Business Council will work collaboratively with the Mayor, Department Heads, and members of the administration to 
develop solutions and initiatives for the Township. You can read more about the Business Council by clicking HERE.

Golden Age Senior Prom
Over 150 Seniors attended the 2nd Annual Cherry Hill Education Association Golden Age Prom on Friday night, March 30th. Mayor Cahn joined the seniors for a night of dinner and dancing at the Joyce Kilmer Elementary School. You can view more photos from the evening by clicking HERE.

Swearing In Officer Hort
Cherry Hill Police Chief Del Campo and officers from the 
Cherry Hill Township Police Department joined Mayor Cahn as he swore in Officer Brady Hort as a member of the police force on Monday morning, April 2nd.

Camden County Freeholders Hosting Spring Job Fair
The Camden County Freeholder Board is presenting a Job Fair on Wednesday, April 11th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Collingswood Ballroom. For more information, visit www.camdencounty.com, where you will also find information on Spring Resume Workshops.

Wear Your Red and Join Us For Cherry Hill Night at the Riversharks 

Please join us for Cherry Hill Night at Campbell's Field on May 22nd! Mayor Cahn will be throwing out the first pitch and we encourage you to bring your friends, family and your neighbors for a night out full of community fun! Tickets are only $7 each. Be sure to wear your RED and hope to see you all there! Please see the flyer here for event and ticket ordering information. 

Earth Festival 2012 
Save the Date to come enjoy all things Green at the 2012 Earth Festival, Saturday April 28th from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm at Croft Farm, 100 Bortons Mill Rd. There will be free admission, with food and crafts available for purchase. This event is presented by Sustainable Cherry Hill, in collaboration with Cherry Hill Township and the Cherry Hill Arts Board. Click HERE for more information. You can read more about the launch of the Mayor's Wellness campaign at Earth Festival by clicking HERE.


Have you bought your tickets to see International Pianist Greg DeTurk

The Cherry Hill Arts Board is delighted to welcome home International Pianist Greg DeTurck, who will be performing a concert of Classical Spring Selections at the Croft Farm Arts Center, 100 Borton Mills Road in Cherry Hill. For ticket information see the Cherry Hill Arts Board Blog site http://cherryhillarts.blogspot.com/

Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars
Tickets are on sale now for the 2012 "Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars!" Don't miss Cherry Hill Education Foundation's signature event, which will take place on Sunday, May 6th, at 7:00 pm at Cherry Hill High School West. Click HERE for more details on this year's dancing couples. You don't have to wait for the event to show your support for the dancers; you can vote online now at the Foundation website - www.cherryhilleducationfoundation.com.

Green Hands Cleanup
Cherry Hill will hold its Green Hands Cleanup on Saturday, April 21st from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Volunteers will meet at Croft Farm Arts Center, 100 Bortons Mill Road and the cleanup will go on rain or shine. Volunteers will help clean up, maintain and reinforce trails and clean up trash and debris along the roadway and trails. Green Hands Volunteer is a national movement. You can find more information here. While Cherry Hill Township will be focusing our efforts, if a group or family is interested in having a clean-up near their home or park, the Township can supply trash bags and some other supplies. For more information or to get involved, contact Abbey Greenberg at 856-488-7878.

Supporting Project Graduation
Project Graduation at Cherry Hill East and West provides seniors with a drug and alcohol free environment in which to safely celebrate their “first reunion.” Cherry Hill East and West are raising funds to support their Project Graduation efforts. You can support Cherry Hill West's Project Graduation as they hold a Community Yard Sale on April 28th. You can support Cherry Hill East Project Graduation by dining out at Passariello’s (just off White Horse Road in Voorhees) on Tuesday, April 17th, from 10:00am-10:00pm or at McDonald’s (Route 70 & Cropwell) on Wednesday, May 2nd.Both Cherry Hill West and Cherry Hill East Project Graduation are seeking support for this year’s activities. For more information, contact Carole Kassan at 751-8075 or carolekassan@hotmail.com (EAST) or Jack Gallagher 609-364-5946 or jargonj@verizon.net (WEST).

Still Time For Artists and Photographers! 
The Cherry Hill Arts Board is now accepting artist applications for the 2012 Art Blooms week. The centerpiece attraction of Art Blooms is a juried art exhibit of two-dimensional works. The exhibit remains on display throughout each Art Blooms event, including the Township and Sustainable Cherry Hill's joint effort: Art Blooms Earth Festival. Open to the public from April 28 - May 6 at the Croft Farm Arts Center, 100 Bortons Mill Road, Art Blooms week will draw a crowd of more than 3,000 people. For complete details of either, please email Arts@CHTownship.com or call 856-488-7868 or visit http://CherryHillArts.Blogspot.com

It's In Our Power Poster Contest
Cherry Hill Township’s It’s In Our Power program is sponsoring a poster contest for students in K-12 to emphasize the importance of saving energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Cherry Hill. All entries are due to teachers by Friday, March 30, and winning entries will be displayed at the Earth Day Festival at Croft Farm on Saturday, April 28. Click HERE for the contest guidelines and It’s In Our Power action items. For more information, contact Nancy Axelrod, Cherry Hill Energy Outreach Coordinator, at (856) 432-8741 or naxelrod@chtownship.com.

Fashion Show Fundraiser at the Cherry Hill Public Library
In honor of National Volunteer week, the volunteers of the Jr. Friends of the Cherry Hill Public Library cordially invite you to attend a Fashion Show and Luncheon Fundraiser on April 21 at 11:30am! To order tickets, please call Nancy at 856-903-1234 or click HERE!

“Food For Fines” – Library Food Drive
Did you ever think your library fines could turn into a good thing? If you return your overdue library items April 9th -15th, they can help fight hunger in your community! Patrons with overdue fines can have them erased by donating non-perishable food items to benefit the Food Bank of South Jersey. For each food item donated, the Cherry Hill Public Library will forgive fines for one overdue library material. (Not including lost book or Unique Management fees.) Food donations are welcome from patrons who do not need to clear fines! For more information, click here to see a list of the most needed items or contact the Cherry Hill Public Library at 856-667-0300.

Camden County Night at the Union
Bring your group out to PPL Park to watch the Philadelphia Union play the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday, April 28th at 7:00 pm. $40 sideline seats are available for just $30! A special corporate discount is available for groups of 15 or more. Any company that purchases 15 or more tickets will receive:1)Their company named listed on the PPL Park Video Board. 2) One autographed item per group. 3) An opportunity for 3 lucky organizations to receive one of the following: Stadium Club Passes, Ceremonial Honorary Captain or watch the pre-game warm ups from the field. To order discounted tickets for individuals or groups, you must contact Anthony at 877-218-6466. www.philadelphiaunion.com

Camden County Holds Feline-Only Spay/Neuter Event
On Sunday April 29th, Camden County will hold a Feline-Only Spay/Neuter Event at the Carman Tilelli Community Center, 820 Mercer St. in Cherry Hill. Through the Camden County office of shared services and the AWA, Cherry Hill can receive low cost services like these mobile clinics for residents. To make an appointment for a cat (owned, stray or feral), call 856-424-2288 ext. 105 or send an e-mail to clinic@awanj.org. Visit www.awanj.org for more information on this program and on low-price spay/neuter for any dog or cat from any area.

Our Power Energy Tip of the Week
Be a smart shopper and gain control over your energy use. People often ask if it’s worth it to buy more energy efficient – and more expensive – appliances and other household items. You need to look at the payback period -- the amount of time you must use an appliance or system before you begin to benefit from energy savings. For example, if you buy an Energy STAR washing machine that costs $100 more, but uses $20 less electricity each year, you would begin saving money after five years. Your payback period would be five years. Since most appliances last at least 10 years, you would save $100 over the life of the appliance and reduce your carbon footprint as well.  How will you know what the potential payback period is? Look at the bright yellow EnergyGuide label on the appliances and equipment you buy. This label will tell you the Energy Efficiency Rating (EER)  of the appliance, including an estimate of that model’s energy use and what it will cost to run that model for a year, compared to other models. Start saving today! For more information, contact Nancy Axelrod, Cherry Hill’s Energy Outreach Coordinator at 856-432-8741 or naxelrod@chtownship.com.
 
Bowling 4 Kids
Join the Cherry Hill Firefighters IAFF Local 2663 on Sunday April 29th at the Playdrome in Cherry Hill as they bowl over cancer. You can get more information by clicking HERE.

Free Tax Help Ongoing for Senior Citizens 
AARP will be holding free tax help in room 208 of Cherry Hill Town Hall, 820 Mercer Street on Tuesdays & Fridays until April 17th. From 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, AARP will help prepare federal and state tax returns, along with Homestead Rebate and Property Tax Reimbursement forms. No appointment is necessary and for more information, you can contact 1-888-AARP-NOW or visit them on the web at www.AARP.org/taxaide.

Free Senior Citizen Legal Workshops
The Camden County Freeholder Board’s Division of Senior & Disabled Services and the Surrogate’s Office will hold free legal workshops for senior and disabled residents to receive a Last Will and Testament, an Advance Directive for Health Care (Living Will) and Power of Attorney at the County Store at Voorhees Town Center on April 9 and 16. Space is limited, please register at (856) 566-2920.

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Welcome to the latest installment of the Mayor's Weekly Briefing, which contains a recap of events and news happening around town, upcoming events, and community activities. I hope you will join us at these community events, sign-up to receive email updates, follow us on Twitter or Like us on Facebook.


Regular Trash Pickup on Good Friday

Cherry Hill Township offices will be closed for Good Friday, but trash will continue to be collected as regularly scheduled. Should residents have any problems, they can contact Republic Services during their normal hours on Friday from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm, at 856-234-4000.

Announcing the Cherry Hill Business Council
Whether businesses are looking to relocate, start anew or expand their operations, there are numerous reasons why they couldn’t pick a better place than Cherry Hill. To promote this increased dialogue and enhance the partnership with our businesses, Mayor Cahn's administration is creating the Cherry Hill Business Council.

The Cherry Hill Business Council will be a volunteer committee comprised of business leaders throughout the town. The Business Council will be made up of CEO’s, owners, and leaders from businesses of all sizes and will serve as an incubator, providing a forum for business leaders to share their opinions, concerns, and suggestions about how the Township can provide them better support and assistance. The Business Council will work collaboratively with the Mayor, Department Heads, and members of the administration to develop solutions and initiatives for the Township. You can read more about the Business Council by clicking HERE. [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=85]

Golden Age Senior Prom

Over 150 Seniors attended the 2nd Annual Cherry Hill Education Association Golden Age Prom on Friday night, March 30th. Mayor Cahn joined the seniors for a night of dinner and dancing at the Joyce Kilmer Elementary School. You can view more photos from the evening by clicking HERE. [http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150715100844656.423680.134342599655&type=3]


Swearing In Officer Hort

Cherry Hill Police Chief Del Campo and officers from the


Cherry Hill Township Police Department joined Mayor Cahn as he swore in Officer Brady Hort as a member of the police force on Monday morning, April 2nd.

Camden County Freeholders Hosting Spring Job Fair
The Camden County Freeholder Board is presenting a Job Fair on Wednesday, April 11th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Collingswood Ballroom. For more information, visit www.camdencounty.com [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/admin/www.camdencounty.com] , where you will also find information on Spring Resume Workshops.

Wear Your Red and Join Us For Cherry Hill Night at the Riversharks
Please join us for Cherry Hill Night at Campbell's Field on May 22nd! Mayor Cahn will be throwing out the first pitch and we encourage you to bring your friends, family and your neighbors for a night out full of community fun! Tickets are only $7 each. Be sure to wear your RED and hope to see you all there! Please see the flyer here [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/Calendar.aspx?EID=135&month=5&year=2012&day=15&calType=0] for event and ticket ordering information.

Earth Festival 2012

Save the Date to come enjoy all things Green at the 2012 Earth Festival, Saturday April 28th from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm at Croft Farm, 100 Bortons Mill Rd. There will be free admission, with food and crafts available for purchase. This event is presented by Sustainable Cherry Hill, in collaboration with Cherry Hill Township and the Cherry Hill Arts Board. Click HERE for more information. [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=79] You can read more about the launch of the Mayor's Wellness campaign at Earth Festival by clicking HERE. [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=81]

Have you bought your tickets to see International Pianist Greg DeTurk

The Cherry Hill Arts Board is delighted to welcome home International Pianist Greg DeTurck, who will be performing a concert of Classical Spring Selections at the Croft Farm Arts Center, 100 Borton Mills Road in Cherry Hill. For ticket information see the Cherry Hill Arts Board Blog site http://cherryhillarts.blogspot.com/ [http://cherryhillarts.blogspot.com/]




Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars

Tickets are on sale now for the 2012 "Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars!" Don't miss Cherry Hill Education Foundation's signature event, which will take place on Sunday, May 6th, at 7:00 pm at Cherry Hill High School West. Click HERE for [http://www.cherryhilleducationfoundation.com/CHEF/DWTS.html] more details on this year's dancing couples. You don't have to wait for the event to show your support for the dancers; you can vote online now at the Foundation website - www.cherryhilleducationfoundation.com [http://www.cherryhilleducationfoundation.com/] .

Green Hands Cleanup

Cherry Hill will hold its Green Hands Cleanup on Saturday, April 21st from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Volunteers will meet at Croft Farm Arts Center, 100 Bortons Mill Road and the cleanup will go on rain or shine. Volunteers will help clean up, maintain and reinforce trails and clean up trash and debris along the roadway and trails. Green Hands Volunteer is a national movement. You can find more information here [http://www.greenhandsusa.com/home] . While Cherry Hill Township will be focusing our efforts, if a group or family is interested in having a clean-up near their home or park, the Township can supply trash bags and some other supplies. For more information or to get involved, contact Abbey Greenberg at 856-488-7878.

Supporting Project Graduation

Project Graduation at Cherry Hill East and West provides seniors with a drug and alcohol free environment in which to safely celebrate their “first reunion.” Cherry Hill East and West are raising funds to support their Project Graduation efforts. You can support Cherry Hill West's Project Graduation as they hold a Community Yard Sale on April 28th. You can support Cherry Hill East Project Graduation by dining out at Passariello’s (just off White Horse Road in Voorhees) on Tuesday, April 17th, from 10:00am-10:00pm or at McDonald’s (Route 70 & Cropwell) on Wednesday, May 2nd.Both Cherry Hill West and Cherry Hill East Project Graduation are seeking support for this year’s activities. For more information, contact Carole Kassan at 751-8075 or carolekassan@hotmail.com (EAST) or Jack Gallagher 609-364-5946 or jargonj@verizon.net (WEST).


Still Time For Artists and Photographers!

The Cherry Hill Arts Board is now accepting artist applications for the 2012 Art Blooms week. The centerpiece attraction of Art Blooms is a juried art exhibit of two-dimensional works. The exhibit remains on display throughout each Art Blooms event, including the Township and Sustainable Cherry Hill's joint effort: Art Blooms Earth Festival. Open to the public from April 28 - May 6 at the Croft Farm Arts Center, 100 Bortons Mill Road, Art Blooms week will draw a crowd of more than 3,000 people. For complete details of either, please email Arts@CHTownship.com or call 856-488-7868 or visit http://CherryHillArts.Blogspot.com


It's In Our Power Poster Contest

Cherry Hill Township’s It’s In Our Power program is sponsoring a poster contest for students in K-12 to emphasize the importance of saving energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Cherry Hill. All entries are due to teachers by Friday, March 30, and winning entries will be displayed at the Earth Day Festival at Croft Farm on Saturday, April 28. Click HERE for the contest guidelines [http://www.cherryhill.k12.nj.us/departments/publicinfo/files/PosterContest_2012.pdf] and It’s In Our Power action items. For more information, contact Nancy Axelrod, Cherry Hill Energy Outreach Coordinator, at (856) 432-8741 or naxelrod@chtownship.com [mailto:naxelrod@chtownship.com] .

Fashion Show Fundraiser at the Cherry Hill Public Library

In honor of National Volunteer week, the volunteers of the Jr. Friends of the Cherry Hill Public Library cordially invite you to attend a Fashion Show and Luncheon Fundraiser on April 21 at 11:30am! To order tickets, please call Nancy at 856-903-1234 or click HERE! [http://host6.evanced.info/cherryhill/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=3879&rts&disptype=info&ret=eventcalendar.asp&pointer&returnToSearch&SignupType&num=0&ad&dt=mo&mo=4/1/2012&df=calendar&EventType=ALL&Lib&AgeGroup=ALL&LangType=0&WindowMode&noheader&lad&pub=1&nopub&page&pgdisp]

“Food For Fines” – Library Food Drive

Did you ever think your library fines could turn into a good thing? If you return your overdue library items April 9th -15th, they can help fight hunger in your community! Patrons with overdue fines can have them erased by donating non-perishable food items to benefit the Food Bank of South Jersey. For each food item donated, the Cherry Hill Public Library will forgive fines for one overdue library material. (Not including lost book or Unique Management fees.) Food donations are welcome from patrons who do not need to clear fines! For more information, click here to see a list [http://www.foodbanksj.org/documents/4_most_needed_items_list.pdf] of the most needed items or contact the Cherry Hill Public Library at 856-667-0300.

Camden County Night at the Union

Bring your group out to PPL Park to watch the Philadelphia Union play the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday, April 28th at 7:00 pm. $40 sideline seats are available for just $30! A special corporate discount is available for groups of 15 or more. Any company that purchases 15 or more tickets will receive:1)Their company named listed on the PPL Park Video Board. 2) One autographed item per group. 3) An opportunity for 3 lucky organizations to receive one of the following: Stadium Club Passes, Ceremonial Honorary Captain or watch the pre-game warm ups from the field. To order discounted tickets for individuals or groups, you must contact Anthony at 877-218-6466. www.philadelphiaunion.com [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/admin/www.philadelphiaunion.com]

Camden County Holds Feline-Only Spay/Neuter Event

On Sunday April 29th, Camden County will hold a Feline-Only Spay/Neuter Event at the Carman Tilelli Community Center, 820 Mercer St. in Cherry Hill. Through the Camden County office of shared services and the AWA, Cherry Hill can receive low cost services like these mobile clinics for residents. To make an appointment for a cat (owned, stray or feral), call 856-424-2288 ext. 105 or send an e-mail to clinic@awanj.org. Visit www.awanj.org [http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/admin/www.awanj.org] for more information on this program and on low-price spay/neuter for any dog or cat from any area.

Our Power Energy Tip of the Week

Be a smart shopper and gain control over your energy use. People often ask if it’s worth it to buy more energy efficient – and more expensive – appliances and other household items. You need to look at the payback period -- the amount of time you must use an appliance or system before you begin to benefit from energy savings. For example, if you buy an Energy STAR washing machine that costs $100 more, but uses $20 less electricity each year, you would begin saving money after five years. Your payback period would be five years. Since most appliances last at least 10 years, you would save $100 over the life of the appliance and reduce your carbon footprint as well. How will you know what the potential payback period is? Look at the bright yellow EnergyGuide label on the appliances and equipment you buy. This label will tell you the Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) of the appliance, including an estimate of that model’s energy use and what it will cost to run that model for a year, compared to other models. Start saving today! For more information, contact Nancy Axelrod, Cherry Hill’s Energy Outreach Coordinator at 856-432-8741 or naxelrod@chtownship.com.

Bowling 4 Kids

Join the Cherry Hill Firefighters IAFF Local 2663 on Sunday April 29th at the Playdrome in Cherry Hill as they bowl over cancer. You can get more information by clicking HERE. [http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150705264449656&set=a.343601119655.151997.134342599655&type=1&theater]

Free Tax Help Ongoing for Senior Citizens

AARP will be holding free tax help in room 208 of Cherry Hill Town Hall, 820 Mercer Street on Tuesdays & Fridays until April 17th. From 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, AARP will help prepare federal and state tax returns, along with Homestead Rebate and Property Tax Reimbursement forms. No appointment is necessary and for more information, you can contact 1-888-AARP-NOW or visit them on the web at www.AARP.org/taxaide.


Free Senior Citizen Legal Workshops

The Camden County Freeholder Board’s Division of Senior & Disabled Services and the Surrogate’s Office will hold free legal workshops for senior and disabled residents to receive a Last Will and Testament, an Advance Directive for Health Care (Living Will) and Power of Attorney at the County Store at Voorhees Town Center on April 9 and 16. Space is limited, please register at (856) 566-2920.

Are you following Cherry Hill on Facebook, Twitter and by Email?

There are many avenues for you to get updates on what's going on in Cherry Hill:


You can like us on Facebook

You can follow us on Twitter at @CherryHillTwp

You can sign up to receive email updates on our website by clicking "notify me"


For up-to-the-minute updates on any subject, call my office at (856) 488-7878, visit our municipal Web site at www.CherryHill-NJ.com , like our Facebook Page or follow us http://www.twitter.com/cherryhilltwp . If you know someone who would like to receive this weekly briefing, please refer them to the "notify me" section on our website.


Sincerely,

Chuck Cahn

Mayor






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