Archive for February, 2009

Back To The Eighties

The drama production for the Beck Middle School for 2009 is "Back to the 80’s" which will be held at Beck on March 6,7, and 8 featuring songs from the 80’s.  Tickets are on sale now at Beck Middle School.  Come out and enjoy the show! Technorati Tags: beck middle school, cherry hill, drama, musical

Barclay School 2009-2010 Registration

If you are intersted in the early childhood program, the Barclay Early Childhood Center is now accepting applications for Pre-School Children for the 2009-2010 school year. Children must be ages 3 or 4 before October 1, 2009.  The application period ends March 2, 2009. Applications are available at the Barclay School or on the website […]

Dolce Suono Metal and Wood Band

The Dolce Suono Metal and Wood Band will be playing at the Croft Farm on Friday, March 13th at 8:00 pm.  This group offers a wdie range of music from Renaissance song, Baroque classics, and tangos. Technorati Tags: cherry hill, croft farm, dolce suono, metal and wood band, music

Cherry Hill Tax Bill

From Mayor Platt’s Office The Township issued estimated tax bills for the first quarter of 2009.  have already gone into great detail about why the state has forced us and 32 other fiscal budget municipalities to issue these bills, but I would like to offer an elementary breakdown of the average Cherry Hill tax bill […]

Covered Bridge Has 50 Year Celebration

The covered bridge which crosses the north branch of the Cooper River will be 50 years old on Saturday, Valentines Day, February 14, 2009.  The bridge was designed by the famed local architect Malcolm Wells.  The bridge was dedicated 50 years ago when 101 couples kissed to commemorate the tradition of the friendship or "kissing […]

AARP Volunteers to Give Tax Assistance

AARP Tax-Aide Volunteers will be providing tax assistance for moderte and low income senior citizens at the Town Hall this winter. Electronic filing and direct deposit will also be available to help speed up the process.   Complex returns involving business, rental income, multiple capital gain, etc will no be prepared at the Town Hall. The […]

Cherry Hill Recycling

Cherry Hill, NJ, stands out among communities that are “greening” themselves, and can be a model for others looking to do the same. In 2006, Mayor Bernie Platt began looking at recycling as a way to save money for Cherry Hill. The cost of disposing of trash at landfills and incinerators was rising steeply, and […]