Karen Kirk named to head Moorestown nursing team

Karen Kirk, a registered nurse, has been named clinical team manager for Moorestown Visiting Nurses and Hospice. Responsible for medical/surgical patients in Camden County, Kirk will supervise an extensive nursing team providing home care.

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Kirk, a Burlington Township resident, graduated from the Helen Fuld School of Nursing in Trenton. She has worked locally in health care for more than 11 years

Moorestown Visiting Nurses and Hospice provides home- and community-based health-care services to families in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties.

Stormwater improvements for five Cherry Hill locales

Cherry Hill, in conjunction with the Camden County Soil Conservation District, plans to begin work this summer on improving five storm basins in the township in an effort to improve water quality and control flooding.

The five neighborhood basins to receive berms and other upgrades are Surrey Place East off Sandringham Road; Bunker Hill in the vicinity of Bunker Hill, Bobwhite and Liberty Bell Drives; Springdale Farms off Springdale Road; Cherry Run off Brick Road; and Country Walk.

The district and the township have received a $171,000 grant from the state Department of Environmental Protection to track water quality and make improvements to basins that collect water from the North Branch of the Cooper River.

3 Audubon High seniors attain Eagle Scout rank

Audubon High School seniors Zachary Grady, Eric Venable and Mark Grimenstein, members of Boy Scout Troop 88, have been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest in scouting.

Venable's Eagle Scout project was refurbishing the gazebo and the Memorial Grove in town. Grimenstein rehabilitated a playground area at Marlton Rehabilitation Hospital. Grady designed and built a prayer garden at Logan Memorial Presbyterian Church in Audubon.

Woodcrest flea market will not operate this year

The Open Aire Market, a high-end flea market started last year at the Woodcrest High Speed Line station in Cherry Hill, will not operate this year, Jake Winigrad, one of its co-owners, has confirmed.

When Winigrad and Len Ostroff, Winigrad's partner and father-in-law, started the flea market last spring, the hope was that it would replace the Garden State Park flea market, which closed when the site was sold to developers. But the new flea market apparently could not attract enough vendors.