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PHS Bowling for Scholarships

The Pennsauken HS Alumni Association we needs your help. They need basket donations for their Alumni "Let's Bowl for Scholarships" Night, Saturday, March 28th at Pinsetters. If you would like to donate, make a basket or volunteer to help get donations please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. It's going to be…
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Census Job Fair

Congressman Norcross will host a Census Job Fair at Pennsauken Library on Friday, February 14th from 2:00-4:00 p.m. Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau is responsible for conducting the nationwide census. The Census Bureau is recruiting to fill important temporary positions to help make the 2020 Census an accurate…
Published in Camden County

St. Paddy's Parades

Please join the NJ Irish Society as we celebrate Irish Month in Gloucester City. First up is the 5th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Sunday, March 1, 2020 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Camden County Board of Freeholders, the parade begins at Martin's Lake (Baynes Ave and Johnson…
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Resident Nominated by Murphy

Governor Phil Murphy today announced the nomination of Merchantville resident, Kevin D. Walsh, Esq., to serve as the fourth New Jersey State Comptroller. Walsh’s nomination is subject to advice and consent by the Senate and is for a six-year term. He will begin serving as Acting Comptroller on Monday, January…
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Latko Family GoFundMe

Recently a local family, the Latko's, received news that no parent ever wants to hear, that their 3 year old daughter, Stella, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Stella also has Down Syndrome, which increases the chances of getting leukemia and developing complications from treatment. She is currently being treated…
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County Freedom Medal

Pennsauken resident Mary Anne McFarland will be among 14 Camden County residents honored at the 2020 Camden County Freedom Medal Ceremony for serving the public interest by demonstrating the ideals and actions that reflect the principles of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. McFarland is a long-term resident of Pennsauken, committed …
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Learn the Lenape History

Learn more about the history of Lenape peoples in this region in a conversation with Nanticoke-Lenape tribal historians, including Cara Blume, whose research was the foundation for federal recognition claims by Delaware and New Jersey Lenape tribes, and the Reverend John Norwood, first principal justice of the Tribal Supreme Court.…
Published in New Jersey

Positive Trends in Camden

A recent release of survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows positive trends for Camden City in key areas including poverty, educational attainment, employment and unemployment. The findings come as part of a new five-year population estimate produced by the Census Bureau using data derived from the American Community…
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Caregiver Support Group

Branching Out to Caregivers is a caregiver support group that provides resources and health caregiving. Join us on January 21st from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Haddon Township Branch of the Camden County Library System to learn about caregiver stress, legal concerns, respite programs, adult medical day centers,…
Published in Camden County

January Freeholder Meeting

A Town Hall Meeting, hosted by the Camden County Board of Freeholders, is scheduled for Thursday, January 23rd, at the Camden County Boathouse in Pennsauken. The meeting includes a Q&A session, providing residents the ability to ask questions and get answers straight from a representative of the governing body and…
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Come to the Cabaret!

Gather your family and friends and join the fun with The Cherry Hill African-American Civic Association at a New Year Cabaret at the Merchantville Community Center on Sunday, January 5, 2020 from 3:00-7:00 p.m. The Association was organized in 1978 to provide a vehicle for the participation of minority residents…
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