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When asked what he is passionate about, Drew Polin replied, "Striving for excellence." For Polin, a Voorhees native, excellence does not come only in the form of success; it is also about growth. "This ranges from growing my company to improving in the sports I play to learning how to become a better parent," he said.
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The Disabilities Issues Committee of Burlington, New Jersey, is hosting a workshop for local businesses regarding hiring individuals with disabilities.
When: Thursday, October 30, 2014
Where: Human Services Facility
795 Woodlane Rd, Mt Holly, NJ
Lecture Hall A
For More info call 609-265-5603 or firstname.lastname@example.org by 10-10-14.
- Stand Up for a Child
Presented by CASA of Burlington County
November 6, 2014 - 16 East Main St., Moorestown, NJ
Featuring: Cocktails, Dinner, Silent Auction and of course
Great Stand-Up Comedy starring Joe Conklin!
Individual tickets are $125, Tables of 8 are $900
and tables of 10 are $1100, and can be purchased securely at: www.casaofburlingtoncounty.org
RSVP deadline is Monday October 27th. Sponsorships are still available;
contact Randall Kirkpatrick at 609.434.0050, ext. 109 or email@example.com
- U.S. Navy Band's Tour
The United States Navy Band Commodores
November 7, 2014 - Lenape High School, Medford
Led by Master Chief Musician Philip Burlin, the Commodores’ mission includes public concerts, national concert tours, ceremonial support in honoring our veterans, jazz education classes and clinics, and protocol performances for high-level military and civilian government officials.
All Navy Band performances are free and open to the public.
For more information about this concert,
please check out the band’s website HERE
Benefit Sports Dinner
for Richard Fritzky and his family
November 10, 2014 - FDU’s Rothman Center, Hackensack
6PM -9PM: Sports Dinner, Autograph Session,
Silent and Live Auctions
For More Info, call 201-692-6500 or visit:
- Holidays at Hagley
Hagley Museum and Library’s Christmas Exhibition
November 28, 2014 - January 6, 2015
Located on Route 141 in Wilmington, Delaware
The museum is open 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with the first bus leaving for the exhibit at 10 a.m. and the last bus at 3:30 p.m. The holiday display is included in the cost of admission and is free for members.
For more information, call (302) 658-2400 weekdays
or visit www.hagley.org
Battle of Iron Works Hill
December 13, 2014 - Historic Burlington County Prison Museum
10AM - 5Pm, A full day of living history, with soldiers’ camps at the Burlington County Prison Museum and in Mill Race Village, culminating with reenactors and artillerists engaging in a running street battle!
For more information, visit: IronWorksHill.org
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I have just finished reading JerseyMan Magazine, vol 2 no. 6. This is the first I’ve heard of your magazine, so I was greatly impressed with the diversity of topics, the quality of the writing, the authors, and just generally with what you are trying to portray through this medium. This is the first time that I’ve read and enjoyed every article in a magazine. You should be very proud because I think it already is a great success!!
I read your impressive dossier, and since I’m almost 82, I’ve seen a lot of Philadelphia greatness. Impressed you signed with the Eagles. I had better offers, but stuck with my home town. I played pro ball in the Phillies organization from 1950-55 and was blessed to have two sons who also played. John, with the Boston Red Sox and Montreal organizations, and Dave played with the New York Mets organization. John played for one year, 1988, in the majors with Boston. That was a great thrill for my wife, Gwen, and me. Our daughter Grace spent 2 years as a soloist skater for the Ice Follies of Shipstad and Johnson from 1978-80.
I am from Philadelphia, son of Howard "Ziddie" Trautwein who was a professional baseball and basketball player back in 1919 to 1930, and ultimately a basketball coach at South Philadelphia High School and PMC, now Widener College. Dad had 6 city titles in 10 years and then went to PMC, where his teams gave great teams like St. Josephs, with the likes of George Senesky, fits. I played basketball, baseball, and soccer at Friends Central and was all scholastic in basketball and baseball, and all-league in soccer. I received a scholarship to Lafayette for basketball and baseball and after my first year I signed with the Philadelphia Phillies as a left-handed pitcher. We lived in Ocean City, NJ for 36 years, off and on, and sold our home in June this year. We now live in Sanibel, FL.