Cinnaminson Pics & Clips

Share photos and videos of your community with your neighbors.

Has Cinnaminson Patch missed a recent event you wish we had covered, or if we were there, did we miss the perfect photo that you were able to get? Well, now we have a solution.

As readers of Patch, you have always had the opportunity to post your photos from an event to our story or photo gallery about the event. But now with the Cinnaminson Neighborhood Gallery, you also have the chance to upload your photos from around the community that don't fit into a category or story already posted on the site.

Just click on the "Upload Photos & Videos" button on the page—and don't forget to tell your neighbors who's in the picture and what's going on in the caption field.

J Godwin October 29, 2012 at 08:35 PM
Stop loading pics of Nan on here no one but you even know they are there
Terry K. veitenheimer October 29, 2012 at 09:39 PM
It was your Grandmothers 80th birthday sir. The veitenheimer family is one of the oldest names in Cinnaminson. Going all the way back to your Great grandfather who was the acting police chief in his time. I don't think there's one existing original family in the population of Cinnaminson that does not recognize the name. After being married at the age of 16 and having 7 children who all grew up in this town.. who spawned umpteen grandchildren ( like yourself ) and umpteen great grandchildren whom she babysat with no complaint or quarrel on a daily basis. Mrs. Deloris veitenheimer has been an upstanding citizen of cinnaminson for over 60 years. She has been well accepted by all the children in the neighborhood ( who all knew her as nanny ) and would come here to have a laugh, because she always had something funny to say; and get a treat, as well as gaining the respect of many of her peers. She was a volunteer in the Cinnaminson fire department and won many awards there in. She loves arts and crafts and many of her children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren were given artistic gifts stemming from her abilities. at the age of 80 she is still an outsatanding citizen and many, even those not so much children anymore, still call her nanny and who have complete respect for who she is and what she has done and been through. So there you have it. Mr. J Godwin. Now everyone who didnt know Nan... now do :)
Kim October 30, 2012 at 02:23 AM
Thank ypu Terry, I am fairly new to Cinnaminson and do not have the pleasure of knowing your grandmom. but please wish your her a very happy birthday from some one who wishes she still had her Gram.
Terry K. veitenheimer October 30, 2012 at 02:38 AM
Of course Kim. It's the little people, not the politicians or big wig bussiness owners; that makes a town what it is !!! Just take the time to walk down a side street or, as where my mother lives, a small dead end road. Find a little old house, knock on the door..... there's always a story waiting to be told. It's what makes the world go round :)
Joey April 30, 2013 at 06:58 AM


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