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November 2010 Issue
Turkey. Tradition. Tackling.
South Jersey sports fans live for heated rivalries—and this fall brings plenty of hotly contested games both old and new among on-field opponents. Here's your guide.
 
Pediatricians We Love
"My daughter, Caitlin, 15, has known Dr. Tedeschi for 14 years. She met him when she was a year old; at the time, he was a resident at Cooper University Hospital, where she was admitted with suspected shaken baby syndrome. She had been airlifted to...
 
Playing with Food: Smart Cookie
Like many of us, Sue Verchio of Cherry Hill bakes holiday cookies. Unlike most of us, she bakes between 1,500 and 1,700 of them during a three-day solo marathon—as many as 12 different kinds each year.
 
Star Athletes: November, 2010
Maria Tsakiris (pictured), 17, a senior at Cherry Hill East High School, an American of Greek extraction who has been the Greek National Junior Figure Skating Champion for the past two years, will now represent Greece in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Tsakiris...
Star Citizens: November, 2010
Rachael Scott (pictured), 17, started the “Tickled Pink” club two years ago to help comfort children in hospitals. After successfully raising money and organizing special events for local pediatric facilities, Tickled Pink recently became an officially...
Star Students: November, 2010
Bunker Hill Middle School seventh-grader Nick Mammarelli (pictured) recently was selected as the second-place winner in the New Jersey Association of Indians in America’s Mahatma Gandhi Peace and Harmony Awards Essay Contest. The state-wide contest,...
Star Teams: November, 2010
The Mount Laurel Jaguars 12U ice hockey team (pictured) won the Philadelphia Regional Division of the International Silver Sticks Hockey in West Chester, Pa., in the Pee Wee Major A Division. The team was undefeated going 6-0 overall, scoring 35 goals...
Faces and Places
Major Jack Schroeder, who re­turned from a year in Iraq in October, visits Kirby's Mill Elementary School in Medford to meet his pen pals in Melissa Maver's second grade class.
(Photo caption: Veterans from WWII to today's campaigns in Iraq and...
Beauty Should Be a Lifestyle
Thanks in large part to research and development, cosmetic sur­gery has evolved like many areas of medicine. However, changes in patient lifestyle have been equally as relevant. "Clients are looking for techniques that offer far less downtime and cost,...
 
From the Moon to Your Roof
When it comes to saving on home utility bills, people often ask many of the same questions. "Generally, homeowners want to know what is contributing to their energy loss and what is the most cost effective way to improve on these deficiencies," says...
 
For on the Floor; Grande Floor Covering
When it comes to flooring, the right product for each room of the home varies and every home is different. For lively households filled with family, friends and pets, the choice of flooring is particularly important.
 
Hard and Soul
Gleaming counters in granite, marble or quartz turn your kitchen into the soul of your home.
Light Up Your Home for the Holidays
Make your home look like a million bucks with custom holiday lighting décor from Brite Ideas.
Seeing the Light
A new Aztec Solar program trims customers’ energy costs with ease and assurance.