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Carnival fun

Children enjoy a ride at the carnival held at St. Margaret Regional School, Woodbury Heights, on May 20.Photo by Alan M. Dumoff
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Music festival and carnival to benefit hungry children

On Saturday, June 13, the Stella Maris Knights of Columbus Council based in Erma will host the third annual Rock for Kids festival, a rollicking family event that the group

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Knights hold annual convention in Wildwood

The New Jersey State Council Knights of Columbus held their 119th annual State Convention in WiIdwood May 15-16. The annual event began with Mass at St. Ann Church, the Parish

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Sister Mary Aquin McDonald, retired DRE, dies

Sister Mary Aquin McDonald, 87, of the Dominican Sisters of Hope, and former director of religious education and elementary school teacher in the Diocese of Camden, died May 12 at

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Memorial swim honors memory of Scott Kaplan

On May 14, friends and family of Scott Kaplan gathered at the Gloucester County Institute of Technology (GCIT) pool for the ninth annual Scott Kaplan Memorial Swim. Scott was the

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Sweating for St. John of God

On May 17, Joe Flacco, quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens and Evolution Fitness of Cherry Hill, joined forces to raise money for St. John of God Community Services. St. John

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May crowning

Bishop Dennis Sullivan and Msgr. Joseph V. DiMauro, pastor of Holy Angels Parish, Woodbury, stand with children following the May crowning at Holy Trinity Regional School, Westville Grove, on May
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Janet Williams of Sacred Heart, Principal of the Year

Janet Williams, principal at Sacred Heart School in Camden was presented with the Diocese of Camden Elementary School Principal of the Year Award at a prayer service in Sacred Heart

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Dressed to persuade

With her teacher, Cheryl DeVecchis, holding the microphone, first grade student Samantha Brown reads her essay. DeVecchis has been teaching her students at St. Michael the Archangel Regional School, Clayton,
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Two Gloucester Catholic graduates on the rise

The film was called “The Rise of Johnny Hockey,” but it might as well be now called “The Rise of Kieran McGirl.” The 22 year-old Sewell native and Gloucester Catholic