Hartman (pictured) was recently awarded the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal by the U.S. Army for his self-founded nonprofit organization, “Our Community Salutes.” The organization aims to honor students and their families who choose to enlist in military services upon graduation. The organization has expanded into 50 chapters across 19 states and Puerto Rico.
Fink, a 23-year-old writer, recently had her first book, Sentenced to Life published. Originally a collection of essays, Fink’s novel explores a female's transition from college into adulthood. She based her account on personal experiences, along with stories and memories from women across the country.
Bottini, a professional detailer with Armorshield Auto Spa in Voorhees, was selected from a field of hundreds of detailers nationwide to be a part of the elite 30-man Air Force One Detailing Team at Seattle’s Museum of Flight to restore and preserve the original Air Force One presidential jet. This jet served as a flying Oval Office for Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon.
Nine-year-old Evesham resident, Ella “Mozzarella” Wilson, recently wrote, illustrated and published her very first children's book I Sold My Sister. The book tells Ella’s personal story of meeting a new sibling, and struggling with the reality as a child. Wilson—who was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis earlier on in her life—went on a book tour around the East Coast, including Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio and New Jersey, and plans to donate proceeds to help other children in need.
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 6, Issue 6 (August, 2015).
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