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new jersey: Angelman Syndrome National Walk-a-thon May 15th, 2010 - Cooper River Park, Pennsauken - 05/06/10 10:35 AM
Join us for the 2010 National Angelman Syndrome Awareness Walk on May 15th, 2010! Last year our area raised over $80,000 for research and awareness of Angelman Syndrome and we need your help to do it again! You can still come and walk with us at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken, NJ near the Playground and Dog Park - just follow the signs. Registration opens at 8:00am and the walk starts at 9:15am. We will have plenty of food, musica nd fun!
Photo Courtesy of: Ian Lazarus at www.findashorehome.com
new jersey: Wish Upon a Hero and a local 7 year old boy with Cerebral Palsy Need your help! Mt Laurel, NJ - 03/28/10 09:44 AM
I received an email from a friend today asking for help for a dear friend of hers! She has a daughter with Cerebral Palsy and so has made a friend in this local family who is also struggling with the same disorder. Meet Dominic! He is a 7 year old boy who need your help! He suffers from a disorder that causes him and his family many struggles. Therapies and even daily living is difficult for them in the condition of their current home in Mt. laurel New Jersey. You see the home that was built in 1940 was once a (5 comments)
Registration opens today for the 2010 National Walk to Support Research and Awareness for Angelman Syndrome! What is Angelman Syndrome? Angelman Syndrome (AS) is a neuro-genetic disorder that occurs in 1 in 15,000 live births. AS is often misdiagnosed as cerebral palsy or autism. Characteristics of AS include; developmental delay, lack of speech, seizures, and walking and balance disorders. Individuals with Angelman Syndrome will require life-long care. ~ via www.angelman.org When? May 15, 2010 Saturday Registration starts at 8am and the walk around 9am Where? Cooper River Park, 5300 North (5 comments)
new jersey: Record snow fall in New Jersey - Like it or Lump it! - 02/12/10 04:00 PM
Born and raised in Maine I am no novice when it comes to snow! But now that I have lived in New Jersey for 14 years I have come to know our typical mild winters and have enjoyed the lack of shoveling. To date we have received over 71 inches - that's 4 times the typical amount we receive in a season! So what do you do when you get hit with all of this snow? You like it or lump it! With 4 hours of plowing and shoveling behind me and my husband we decided to start enjoying the snow (17 comments)
new jersey: Warning - Swarms of Buyers have been spotted in Gloucester County, NJ - 01/18/10 09:46 AM
Ok - have I got your attention now? I have been chatting with colleagues about how many showings we have been having with buyers lately! Seems as though activity is picking up - what are you waiting for? If you are a buyer who is looking to purchase your First Home or an empty nester looking to downsize and everyone in between you have come to the right place at the right time, Gloucester County, NJ! Here's Why: First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit First Time Home Buyer Assistance Program Record low Interest Rates Extended Tax Credit for Move-up or Move-down buyers Gloucester County (2 comments)
new jersey: When you are saving money for a house - don't hide it in your boots! - 01/08/10 02:03 PM
I was listening to our local radio station yesterday morning when Preston & Steve at WMMR were reporting on their "Bizzaro Files". This portion of their show always intrigues me and so I tuned my ears in to listen. A few stories went by and they were ok - then this particular story caught my attention. You'll see why in a second. Apparently, a woman had been doing some cleaning out of sorts when she came across a pair of her husbands old boots. Well he hadn't worn them in quite sometime so she proceeded to throw them to the curb. (19 comments)
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