Monthly Archives: July 2016
Almost Home Animal Shelter, located at 9140-C Pennsauken Highway, holds an animal clinic every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m.
“If your dog or cat needs vaccinations, microchipping, heartworm or FELV/FIV testing, flea and tick products, and more, our clinic provides cost-effective services to maintain the health of your pet,” explains Nancy Welsh, owner, Almost Home Animal Shelter.
For more information or questions, call (856) 663-3058.
As part of Pennsauken’s initiative to create a clearly defined vision for the town, an online survey was created to poll residents on their opinions about what’s happening in town. Eighty Pennsauken residents completed the form, sharing their thoughts on everything from municipal services to schools; the results from this survey will be shared with members of Township Committee during the public meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 17 and published on the Township’s web site on Friday, Aug. 19.
PennPet Veterinary Clinic is a new low-cost surgical outpatient clinic opening in Pennsauken this month, ready to serve the community’s four-legged friends. The clinic is run by Dr. Rebecca Trejo, VMD, who knew at very age that she wanted to take care of animals.
By Albert Dadson, AAP Intern
The Pennsauken Alliance on Substance Abuse (PASA) invited the community to a planning meeting on July 19 at the PYAA Field House. Bill Finnegan, coordinator for the group and a teacher at Pennsauken High School, was optimistic about the large turnout by residents who came to help solve the problem of substance abuse in the community.
It’s been a crazy summer. The shootings in Baton Rouge, Dallas, Orlando, and St. Paul have made us all take pause and wonder what is going on in our country. Unfortunately, violence is our community is nothing new; and you don’t have to travel far to find it. It’s not just on the evening news. It can be happening right down the street.
Pennsauken Township, the Business, Industry, and Government Council of Pennsauken, and Living Faith Christian Center are hosting the Township’s third annual job fair on Thursday, Sept. 15. The event, held from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Living Faith Christian Center, located at 2323 Rt. 73 in Pennsauken, will allow job seekers to connect with local businesses and organizations with open positions.
By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor
With this year’s strong push to tackle the issue of abandoned and vacant properties throughout Pennsauken, the Township announced that in just a few months, 51 properties have already been removed from the official abandoned/vacant property list.
Steven James was the beloved son of Deborah F. Laning (nee Connor) and the late Albert W. Laning, Jr.; loving father of Olivia and Makaelyn; dear brother of David (Tissa) and Jennifer; cherished nephew of Carol Laning, Debra and Joe Fox, JoAnn and Allen Hill, James and Lydia Connor, Bernard and Wendy Connor, Jr., and the late Diana Gavrilenkowsky (Dave); and loving uncle to his four nieces, Ashlyn, Abbie, and Annie Laning, and Arianna Fontaine.