Civil War Living History Weekend ~ Oct. 13th & 14th

Whether you’re a Civil War buff or just enjoy walking along Main Street and enjoying the Fall weather, the Civil War Living History Weekend is a great time to re-acquaint yourself with all that Mullica Hill has to offer.


Community members and actors will dress in full uniform as Civil War soldiers and 19th century citizens to re-enact the Civil War era.  Their encampments will be on either side of Main St and will include weapons display.  Along Main St. enjoy food vendors, music, crafts, pumpkin painting and more.  Events will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

Build Your Own Scarecrow ~ Oct. 13th

The Harrison Township Recreation department invites you to build your own scarecrow in the parking lot of the  Mullica Hill Baptist Church on Saturday, October 13th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The cost is $20 per scarecrow which includes frames, hay and clothing.  Supplies are limited so come early for the best selection!


Harmony Fire Company Pancake Breakfast ~ Oct. 14th

The Harmony Fire Company will host a Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, October 14th from 8:00am to 1:00p.m. at the fire station on Main St. in Mullica Hill.

The breakfast will include Pancakes, Sausage and Coffee.  Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for senior citizens and $6 for children and are available at the door or in advance by calling the fire company at 856-478-6266.

Thank you for supporting our local firefighters!



Cyber Safety Parent Night ~ Oct. 16th

Clearview Regional High School invites all parents to a Cyber Safety Parent Night presentation by Sgt. Tom Rich on October 16th from 7-8pm in the Toscano Theater at Clearview Regional High School.

Sgt. Rich is the creator and CEO of and is a certified police officer in the State of New Jersey. In his 22nd year of service, his entire career has been dedicated to children. Sgt. Rich has been traveling in the country for the past 10 years and has created programs like this one to help make a difference in the lives of children.

Sgt. Rich was recently featured on Good Morning America, Fox 5 New York, NBC 4 New York, and the Nancy Grace Show and at present has spoken to over 1,000,000 people across the United States and Canada about technology issues and cyber bullying.

For tickets visit:


Join the Raines Dental No Cavity Club


Only Children get Cavities – True or False?

False.  In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic “cavities and tooth decay are among the world’s most common health problems.” This includes adults at any age and ignoring the condition can lead to issues such as toothaches, infections, tooth loss and other non-dental conditions.

The good news – such decay is treatable and being cavity-free should be celebrated no matter if we are five years old for fifty. The Raines Dental “No Cavity Club” recognizes patients who successfully complete their treatment plan of three visits or more.


Call Raines Dental at 856-343-4020 to schedule your appointment today.

Trick or Trot 5k Costume Fun Run ~ Oct. 27th

The Harrison Township Recreation Commission and Victory Physical Therapy present the annual Trick or Trot 5k Costume Fun Run / 1 mile walk on Saturday Oct. 27th.   Costumes are optional but make the race more fun!

The race will depart from Ella Harris Park at 8:30am rain or shine.  Registration begins at 7:45am.

Award Categories:   

  • Overall Male/Female Winners
  • Top three (male and female) finishers in following categories:
    • 14 and under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
  • Awards for Best Costume- Child(14 and under) and Adult!!
  • Best Group Costume Award

The entry fee is $15 per participant.  All proceeds go toward making our Harrison Township parks accessible.  Register Online Here.  Registration is open through 11:59 p.m. on October 26th.

Questions?  Contact Sharon Chew in the Harrison Twp. Recreation office at 856-223-8777


Guide to Restoring Your Child’s Missing Teeth

When a parent learns their child is missing a tooth or multiple teeth it can be very upsetting.  Typically, missing teeth will be discovered at a routine dental visit and the general dentist will refer the child to an orthodontic specialist for an evaluation.

Local orthodontist, Dr. Susan Lempert, explains the goals of this first orthodontic visit.  “Often parents are very upset when they learn of their child’s missing teeth.  I try to calm them at this first visit and put the problem into perspective by explaining that there are dental solutions to this issue.  I always remind parents that there are many medical conditions that are far more serious and without a good prognosis so in comparison this is a problem that we can fix.” 

While it may not be a life-threatening problem, Dr. Lempert does recognize the important aesthetic concerns for young patients who are missing teeth and the damaging effect it can have on their self-esteem if left untreated.

In Dr. Lempert’s office the child’s initial visit will be followed by a comprehensive analysis of their teeth and jaw bones utilizing advanced digital scanning technology, x-rays and photographs.  A treatment plan will be formulated with a clear timeline and strategy. Some children may not be ready to start active orthodontic care at the time of their evaluation and all that will be needed is careful orthodontic monitoring until the timing for care is optimal.

When a child is ready for treatment the orthodontist will evaluate the dental spacing and jaw growth and determine if the missing tooth space will remain open or if it can be closed.  In her practice, Dr. Lempert provides a transitional replacement tooth during active orthodontic care that blends in with the child’s natural teeth.  This helps the child avoid the embarrassment of having a visible empty space in their mouth and allows them to smile confidently.

Dr. Lempert will work closely with the patient’s general dentist and specialists to create an optimal site for future restorations, including implant replacement.  Dr. Lempert adds “I always provide aesthetic retainers with replacement teeth embedded in them so kids can smile assuredly.  Implants cannot be placed until the child is done growing so retention of the orthodontic result is crucial for the best possible outcome.”

To learn more about missing teeth and what may be the best solution for you or a family member Dr. Lempert provides complimentary screenings for children in her Swedesboro office. You can visit her website at to learn more about her practice.

Dr. Susan LempertDr. Lempert graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in Human Biology.   She received her Master of Science in Oral Biology Degree, Certificate in Orthodontics, and Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from Temple University School of Dentistry. 

FREE Teeth Whitening for Life from Raines Dental

Raines Dental invites you to come meet them and leave with a brighter smile! 

All new patients who purchase an in-office Zoom Whitening Session are eligible to receive free whitening for life!

free whitening

As long as you maintain your 6 month check-ups, they will provide you prescription strength bleach for your take-home custom trays at no charge!

Promotions are not combinable with any other offer. Certain restrictions apply. Ask a Raines Dental staff member for details.

For more information or to schedule your Zoom Whitening Session call 856-343-4020 or email