Monthly Archives: March 2015

Have The Best Mom, Dad Or Guardian In Pennsauken? Let Us Know!

Pennsauken children now have a chance to put a spotlight on the man or woman in their lives who they think should be named the Best Mom, Dad or Guardian in Pennsauken.

Restaurant Depot Celebrates Grand Opening Of New Facility

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor

Pennsauken Mayor Rick Taylor and Deputy Mayor John Figueroa helped cut the ribbon to officially open the new location of Restaurant Depot, a wholesale distributor to the food industry.

Pennsauken Florists Display At Philadelphia Flower Show

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Philadelphia Flower Show is the longest-running and largest indoor flower show in the world, bringing visitors from all over to see amazing floral exhibits and displays.

Don’t Forget About Pennsauken’s Easter Egg Hunt!

Don’t Call Me Francis To Perform FREE Concert!


Cherry Valley Model Railroad Display Holds Open House March 21

Temple Lutheran Hosts Annual Ham Dinner

Registration Begins For Challenger Baseball League

The Challenger Baseball League of Cherry Hill is preparing to begin its 10th season, offering a fun and healthy activity for players with special needs.

The League provides a little league experience for children and young adults with special needs ages 4 and up and is open to all neighboring areas. Players are grouped by age and ability, so that all participants have the opportunity to succeed. Buddies are provided for players, or family members are invited to join in the fun. There is no fee to participate in the program.

Game days are on Sundays, beginning in April and running through June. Games run approximately one hour. As part of the little league experience, players also enjoy team picture day and an end-of-the-year trophy day and family BBQ.

For more information or to register, visit

County Hosts Events That Focuses On Women

Camden County’s 2015 Women’s Health Conference has been permanently moved to the spring and will be held this year on Saturday, May 2, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eastern Regional High School in Voorhees. Each year, more than 1,200 women attend the free all-day event, which includes a continental breakfast and box lunch, a keynote address and four sessions of workshops that range from Zumba dancing to cancer cures, financial independence to relationships, and much more.

Pennsauken’s Flaherty Is First Recipient Of Mummers Scholarship

Frank_ProfilesmallBy Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor

Pennsauken native and longtime Mummer Bobby Flaherty, Jr. became the first-ever recipient of the Wendy Hamilton Scholarship. The scholarship, put together by the Mummers community to honor Hamilton, who is the general manager of SugarHouse Casino and division president of Mummers Clubs, is designed to help Mummers and their children attend college.

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