Go Figure!

Go Figure!

Numerical happenings in South Jersey.

 Total grant amount awarded to the Voorhees Animal Orphanage to fund construction of the community shelter and new adoption facility.

$3,200  Amount raised through performances by the Gloucester County Institute of Technology’s National Honor Society for Dance Arts, to give back to Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity.

$3.65 million  Total amount Moorestown received in grants for the reconstruction of two softball fields at the Wesley Bishop Park South.

$43,000  Amount defrauded by a Gloucester County man who mailed over 10,000 fraudulent invoices for non-existent medical supplies to hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices.

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$1.2 million  Salary to be made by the new president of Rutgers University as part of a compensation package including a car, a home and other perks.

$2.3 million  Amount invested into improvements of water service reliability and to increase water flow for household consumption and fire protection in Haddonfield and Haddon Heights.

$1,000  Amount raised during No Shave November by the Moorestown Police Department, which was then donated to the Samson Cancer Center on the one-year anniversary of its opening.

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 16, Issue 12 (March 2020).

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Author: Kaitlyn Boylan


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