Merchantville's 1st PTA Reflections Program, participating in one of the largest student arts recognition programs in the country, has announced the results of the State level judging. Congratulations go to Taylor Meachum and Lea Wehnau who
Freeholders Jeffrey Nash and Scot McCray read to children in Merchantville on Friday as part of this year’s Read Across America celebration. The Read Across America program is now in its 15th year, and takes place annually on or near March 2 - the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Freeholder Nash read “Oh Say Can You Say What The Weather Is Today” and “Miles and Miles of Reptiles.”
The earlier you purchase your event ticket, the more bonus chips you will receive. Winning chips be “cashed in" for chances on prize baskets that will be drawn at the end of the night. Additional chips and purchase chances can be purchased throughout the evening. Additionally, rounding out the Casino theme, will be a Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament. The Tournament will culminate in a final round with awards of Visa gift cards for first and second place. Each seat costs $50. There will be a limited number of seats (50) available. Paid entry into the Casino Night is a pre-requisite for admission into the Poker Tournament. Tickets will be on sale after the 5:00 p.m. Mass on Saturday and after the 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. Masses on Sunday. For additional ticket purchase and poker tournament seat reservations and information please call Bob Altenbach at 856-663-2115.