LIFE
Bejewel yourself at Spring Bling 2012

jewelbileeCome out and shop for all your spring accersories on Thursday, April 19th at Jewelbilee in the East Gate Shopping Center in Moorestown. From jewelry to handbags and scarves, Jewelibilee has it all. The more you shop, the more you help! Great Mother's Day gifts and better yet - 20% of the evening's sales go to the Valerie Fund and other charities that MAJWC, Merchantville Area Junior Woman's Club, supports.

 

MAJWC is an organization of women in the Merchantville Area who gather to make a difference in our community, our country, our world. We are busy raising funds for organizations and charities like Operation Smile, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, March of Dimes, and so many others! In addition, each year we provide Christmas for 40 children in our area.

 
Bone marrow drive

badtorffA simple swab test could reveal if you are the match that will save Paul Badtorff's life! Paul, a former Merchantville resident who is battling leukemia, is in need of a bone marrow transplant. Family & friends ages 18-55 may register as potential donors at a Bone Marrow Donor Drive on Saturday, April 14th between 10:00 a.m. and 4 p.m.

 

This event will take place at the Cherry Hill Youth Athletic Assoc, 150 Deland Dr, Cherry Hill. Parking is available at the CHYAA complex, next door at the Kingston Swim Club, or on the street.

 
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 16th.  Space is limited, please register at (856) 566-2920.
 
Upstairs dining at new sushi spot
sakuraMerchantville's newest restaurant, Sakura Japanese Steak House, features a Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Sushi Bar in an elegant and relaxing dining atmasphere. Their upstairs dining room offers nice views of the downtown and their convenient location, in the former Sun Bank building at 47 S. Centre Street, includes private parking. They are open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. so stop in an try it out!
 
NJ Aims to Keep Seniors at Home
A New Jersey healthcare program known as Global Options, which helps seniors age in place rather than nursing homes, is earmarked for a big boost in funding under Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed 2013 budget. New Jersey is moving forward with its push to help seniors remain in their homes and communities and avoid nursing homes for as long as possible. While the majority of the state’s Medicaid long-term care spending still pays for nursing home care, the shift to home and community-based services is evidenced by the growth of Global Options, a major state program that provides nursing-home eligible Medicaid recipients with home-based support services like visiting nurses and housekeeping aides. http://bit.ly/HiIzO4
 
CCHS Irish Summer

CCHScampEnroll today in Camden Catholic High School's Summer Camps & Enrichment Programs 2012Come and be a part of Irish Athletics at one or more of our athletic camps under the direction of CCHS coaches. Gain analysis and research skills at Forensics Science Camp. Grow yout artistic talents at Theatre or Band Camp. Choose the week or weeks that best fit your summer schedule and, as an added bonus, parents of students entering 6th – 8th grades can sign up for our extended day program.

 

For a look at all that "An Irish Summer" has to offer click here for the informational brochure.

 
April is National Library Month

libraryDuring National Library Week and throughout the month of April, the Camden County Library System joins other libraries across the country in showing how you belong @ your library. The following special programs are planned at our eight branches.A World Drumming Workshop will be held in Merchantville on Wednesday, April 18th from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.

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Nicholas J. DiGrosso, Sr
nickNicholas J. DiGrosso, Sr,. 79, a thirty-nine year employee of the Merchantville-Pennsauken Water Commission. Nick, the only son of Michael and Helen DiGrosso and big brother to his three sisters; died Monday with his loving family by his side. Nick first came to the commission in 1958 after serving in the Army in Korea. Having lived most of his life in Pennsauken and Merchantville, Nick attended Camden Catholic High School and Camden County Vocational School. Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend his Visitation Friday 6-9:00 PM & Saturday 8:30-9:30 AM at the FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY & SONS, 2426 Cove Road. Pennsauken NJ 08109. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday 10 AM St. Peter Church. Interment Locustwood Memorial Park In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to American Legion Post #68 or St. Peter Church, Merchantville. Info and guestbook @ www.inglesbyfuneralhome.com
 
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