Monthly Archives: February 2015

Global Proving Ground Hosts “Fighters Against Spousal Abuse” Event

GlobalProvingGroundLogoOn Feb. 21 at the GPG Event Center, 1444 Rt. 73 N., Pennsauken, Global Proving Ground and Victorium MMA will bring New Jersey a hard hitting statement about the vile and heinous crime of spousal abuse. They will show what real fighters look like when they pick on someone their own size, gender, and skill level in the only environment where fighting should take place – in the GPG cage. Featuring the best in MMA talent, GPG and Victorium MMA will strengthen their bond and offer the masses a card not to be missed!

CPAC, Parents Anonymous Host Sixth Annual Parent Leadership Breakfast

February marks National Parent Leadership Month. Pennsauken-based Community Planning and Advocacy Council (CPAC), in partnership with Parents Anonymous of NJ, is hosting the sixth annual Parent
Leadership Breakfast at the Crowne Plaza in Cherry Hill, NJ on Saturday February 7, 2015.

Play Ball! Registration Begins For PYAA Baseball, Softball

PYAA Softball, Baseball, and Babe Ruth registration begins at the PYAA Field House on Elm and Marion avenues. The dates are as follows:

Saturday, Feb. 21, 28, and March 7: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 22, and March 1, 8: 12 p.m.-3 p.m.; Wednesday, Feb. 25 and March 4: 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Online registration is occurring now at Credit cards are accepted for both online and in-person registration.

For more information, visit; for inquiries about this year’s softball registration, e-mail Mike Coyle at

PYAA Football Champs

Congratulations to the PYAA Football 120 lb. team for winning the football championships on Nov. 29! Congratulations to Coach Darryl and his coaching staff on a successful year! Thank you to all the football and cheerleading coaches, volunteers, and parents for a great year!

PHS Winter Track Relay Team State Champs

By Billy Wright, Pennsauken High School Athletic Director

PHS winter track Coach Clinton Tabb’s heart was a flutter as junior ace Marquan Jones lined up for the starters pistol in the 4×200 meter relay at the NJSIAA Group III State Relay Championships. The quartet of Jones, Brandon Harley, Ryan Wemegah, and Martin Booker Jr. were well aware that both speed and precision passing of the baton were required if a gold medal was to be earned. Marquan exploded off of the starting line to put the Indians in front. A smooth excellent baton pass to Brandon put PHS ahead to stay and provided the quartet with a well deserved championship jacket.

Griffith Morgan House Hosts Inaugural “First Sunday” Event March 1

In 2014, historic Griffith Morgan House, located at 243 Griffith Morgan Ln., right off of River Rd. between Delair and Rt. 73, began to offer regular hours of free admission to the public on the first Sunday of the month from March through November. In 2015, the inaugural “First Sunday” event happens to fall on Sunday, March 1, which happens also to be St. David’s Day, the national day of the nation of Wales, the homeland of the Morgan family that first settled the historic site in 1693.

Help Wanted

Part-time and per diem EMTs needed. Three years emergency 911 service preferred, but not required. Part time receives paid time off; part time and per diem receive time and half for holidays. Training and uniforms provided. Competitive starting rate. Please send resume to Chief Michael Coyle, Pennsauken EMS, 5605 N. Crescent Blvd Pennsauken, NJ 08110 or e-mail them to

Waterlines, February 2015

The MPWC, Your Local Fire Department And You… “Adopt A Hydrant” Partnership

We at the MPWC have many obligations to our customers and work aggressively and tenaciously to provide the best water and the best service to all who rely on us. Most times, very little thought is given to our partnership with the local fire department that protects your families and your properties. Our obligation is to provide “needed fire flow” at each and every fire hydrant, 24/7, without deviation or compromise. Your firefighters rely on us and we stand with them when seconds count to insure your safety and welfare.

Pennsauken Shade Tree Commission Seeks New Member

The Pennsauken Shade Tree Commission is currently seeking a new member to fill an open volunteer position. The Commission is the public entity responsible for both developing and maintaining a program of tree planting and overall beautification for Pennsauken and the regulation, planning, care and control of the shade and ornamental trees and shrubberies on Township streets, highways, public places, parks and parkways. Commission members are appointed for one-year, two-year, three-year, four-year and five-year appointments; they must be residents of Pennsauken and are asked to attend meetings held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Pennsauken Township Municipal Building. For more information on the Commission, visit

Interested parties may send a letter requesting to be considered for the open spot to the Pennsauken Township Municipal Building, 5605 N. Crescent Blvd., Pennsauken, NJ 08110, to the attention of the Township Administrator. Please reference “Shade Tree Commission Open Position” on the envelope.

Tax Help For Seniors Begins At The Library

SonnyphotoBy Sonny DiSabato, Senior Citizen Coordinator

Hello fellow seniors.

The Pennsauken Free Public Library will once again be hosting AARP Tax Help sessions. This free service will be available in the Library’s Community Room, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m. Tax help begins on Feb. 4 and ends April 15. This is first come, first served and priority is given to seniors.

Public Works Happy To Share The Love This Time Of Year

When it comes to this time of year, you don’t necessarily associate love with the Department of Public Works. And by working together, the residents of our great town and our staff here can develop and maintain a great relationship for many years to come.

Here are some helpful ways that we can foster that loving relationship.

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