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by Editorial Staff--South Jersey Magazine

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Community Treatment Solutions 25th Anniversary Shining Star Gala
Photo 1. Lisa Baxter with Community Treatment Solutions CEO Susan Buchwald
Photo 2. Odell Studner’s Olga Lerner, Tasfil Publishing’s Lisa Shiroff, Community Treatment Solutions’ Lynn Santilli Connor, Del Val Chemical’s Lisa Goldwasser and Wawa’s Maureen Murphy

Flaster/Greenberg at the 36th Annual Philadelphia Bar Association 5K Charity Run/Walk
Photo 3. Members of the Flaster/Greenberg team, who ran to benefit the Support Center for Child Advocates

JDRF South Jersey Chapter “One World” Gala
Photo 4. Robin Berger, Chrissie Greatrex, Lara Schwager and Nanette Gerst
Photo 5. Board president Scott Kasper with Traci and Jonathan Wilk

President Obama Visits Camden
Photo 6. President Barack Obama visited the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Camden to speak about the city of Camden and the success of the new police force

Twin Oaks Community Services 6th Annual Haddonfield Progressive Dinner
Photo 7. Haddonfield Progressive Dinner hosts Chris and Lisa Wolschina, Steve and Debbie Wolschina, Bruce and Cheryl Paparone, Kathy and Lawrence Morris, Colette and Sam Gabriel, Rick DeMichele, Sharon Dostmann, Anton and Tina Kemps, Kelly and Brad Fischer and Anita and Brad Bendesky
Photo 8. Erin and Bryan Pukenas

Dining Out for Life at Nunzio’s Ristorante Rustico
Photo 9. Dining Out for Life (DOFL) ambassador Kerry Shelley, Camden AEC executive director Martha Chavis, Nunzio’s owner Maribel Patruno and DOFL ambassador Rita Marino

Kennedy Health Campus Revitalization Groundbreaking Ceremony
Photo 10. New Jersey Senator James Beach, Kennedy University Hospital Board of Trustees chair John Durante, Cherry Hill mayor Chuck Kahn, Kennedy President and CEO Joseph W. Devine, Kennedy Health Board of Directors chair John Silvestri, vice chair Albert Smith and Kennedy-Cherry Hill chief administrative officer Lisa Dutterer

Monongahela Middle School teacher Mark Enders Gets All-Star Surprise from the Philadelphia Phillies
Photo 11. Mark Enders—a science teacher battling cancer for the second time—was surprised and honored by the Phillies as an All-Star Teacher
Photo 12. Enders with Phillies Ball Girls, the Phillie Phanatic, catcher Cameron Rupp, Phillies director of public affairs Scott Palmer, and Monongahela staff and students

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 12, Issue 3 (June, 2015).
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