The First Presbyterian Church of Moorestown's annual Spring Rummage Sale all about "the thrill of the find," writes the Philadelphia Inquirer.
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Monday, March 12, 2012
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
The Lions Club Holiday Parade, now in its 51st year, is expected to draw thousands of people to downtown Moorestown Saturday.
It’s been more than a half century since the Moorestown Lions Club began marching its parade down Main Street. And yet, in an age when such community-uniting events seem to no longer be in vogue, the parade still brings out nearly half the town, according to organizer Peter Thorndike. “So many of the people who are lining the sides of the street, watching it, were in the parade themselves,” he said, “and they’re watching their kids. There’s a continuity there. It’s one of the few events in town where everyone’s brought together.” The town will once again come together this Saturday, for the 51st annual Lions Club Holiday Parade. Thorndike said the parade will be led by the MacGregor Pipe Band (bagpipe players), followed by three Mummers …
Monday, June 6, 2011
Annual festival draws crowd.
The annual Strawberry Festival was held at the First Presbyterian Chuch June 3.
Sunday, March 27, 2011
Brad Kenney helps Moorestown youth navigate life.
Brad Kenney is young enough to remember what it was like to be a teenager trying to find his way. And old enough to know everybody does find his or her way. Kenney, 26, is the youth director at First United Methodist Church in Moorestown. He has been at the church since May 2007. “It’s a calling to want to work with youth, to be a role model,” said Kenney. Kenney’s journey to becoming the youth director began when he was a freshman at Moorestown High School and he joined his first youth group at the First Presbyterian Church. “It became a safe place for me,” he said. He eventually became a youth group leader. “I fell in love with teaching kids about God, with being a role model.” He went on his first mission trip, to Appalachia, with the …