Go Figure!

Go Figure!

Numerical happenings in South Jersey.

$194,000
 Amount raised by Marlton’s Relay for Life event that took place at Cherokee High School last month. The 11th annual event raised funds to help the American Cancer Society with research.

$21 Million Amount paid to two Camden County towns after paint company Sherwin-Williams Co. took responsibility to remove contaminated soil they formerly used for paint disposal and dredging tainted sentiment.

392 Bracelets sold by the Seneca High School Spanish Honor Society in partnership with the Pulsera Project. Students raised more than $2,000 for the nonprofit that will help create scholarships, community programs and other projects in Nicaragua.

$30,000 Amount raised in one day by preschoolers from Burlington County and southeastern Pennsylvania to help fight childhood cancer.

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1 million Miles driven without a single accident by two Moorestown mailmen, whom the U.S. Postal Service will be honoring.

$157,000 Grant awarded to Cherry Hill Township from the state Department of Environment Protection. The Clean Communities Grant will help clean up litter, water quality and natural habitats.

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 16, Issue 4 (July 2019).

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