Your Weekly Newsletter To Find Out 
What's Going on In and Around Woodbury
August 18, 2017 - August 24, 2017

Unfortunately Tonight's FAF Function in lot 323 is cancelled
 due to rain!

Click here for more information
Bright Beginnings Program

Having the right "stuff" to start school means more success with learning. The YMCA of Gloucester County's Bright Beginnings Program is a community outreach program that provides children in need with the new clothes and school supplies needed to start the school year with confidence and excitement. 
The Y organizes a planned shopping day and volunteers to shop one-on-one with a child. The day starts off with a healthy breakfast for the shoppers and their volunteers then after, a fun bus ride of singing and cheering - they head out to find shirts, pants, shoes, socks and coat. At the end of the day, each child receives a backpack filled with school supplies.

Saturday, August 26, 2017
8:30am: Volunteer Check In
9:00am: Child/volunteer match-up
9:30am: Healthy Breakfast with Child Shopper
10:00 - 11:30: Exciting Bus Ride and Shopping!
11:30 - 12:00: Return to the Y to pass out Backpacks filled with supplies!
We are seeking volunteers, donations & backpack supplies.
►   Volunteer 
Kathy Rhead-Narvaez



The Woodbury Parade Committee are pleased to invite your organization to participate in this year's Fall Festival Parade to be held on the evening of Saturday, October 7, 2017 (Rain Date: October 14 th ).  This year's theme is  "LISTEN TO YOUR ART" !  We are challenging you to use this parade theme to entertain the citizens of the Greater Woodbury area and to have fun, but always remember that this is a family parade and to use discretion.  If a parade committee member deems that a parade entry has inappropriate behavior or content, they will not be permitted to participate in or be removed from the parade.  If you have any questions concerning the theme, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Parade contact person below.  For the 5
th year in a row, you have an opportunity to have your 
$10 application fee waived - simply submit your application so that we receive it by August 15, 2017 (One free entry per group/person).   You may simply complete and email the application to by August 15, 2017.

If for any reason you can not participate in the parade but would still like to help, you can sponsor the event by filling out the
sponsor application found here.

If you have any questions, please contact Bob Law (856) 845-1300 x129 or e-mail questions to

Hope to see you there!


Water and Sewer bills for the period of April 1 - June 30, 2017 have been mailed / emailed.  They are due on or before August 16, 2017 to avoid interest.
Questions can be referred to Pam Lewis, Assistant Tax & Utility Collector at  or 856-845-1300 x 116 OR Cricket McNally, Assistant Utility Billing / Meter Coordinator at  or 856-845-1300 x 144.   
We are in the process of preparing the 2017 final/2018 preliminary tax bills.  The 3
rd quarter 2017 grace period will be extended to  September 6 and will be printed right on the 3
rdquarter stub. 
Contact Theresa Mulvenna if you have any questions. She can be reached at 856-845-1300 x 119 or

Remember to report any address changes to the City of Woodbury so that we have the most updated information on file.


Woodbury City Public Schools' summer registration dates are set for August 22-23 and August 29-31 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Junior-Senior High School library at 25 North Broad Street. If these dates/times are not convenient for your schedule, please call 856-853-0123 ext. 277 to schedule an appointment. Please visit for additional registration information.
Take Note -Woodbury's Public Library

The Woodbury Public Library wants to hear from you.
The Woodbury Public Library is conducting a survey to better serve its guests. 
Last chance to participate! 
Please click on the following link to answer a few questions:
Your input in greatly appreciated. 

  • The Library will be closed on Saturdays during the months of July and August. Regular hours will resume in September.
Lettering Art Studio
  Wednesdays @ 6:30 PM
 Woodbury Public Library
 Join Maureen Peters of Letterworks Art & Philadelphia  Calligraphers' Society to create unique pieces using calligraphy  techniques. Supplies provided. All levels welcome!
Nerdcraft: 3D Paper Projects
 Friday, August 18 @ 1PM
 Woodbury Public Library
 Paper ninjas, monsters and robots, oh my! Join us as we construct  cool 3D  paper toys. All supplies provided.  
Solar Eclipse Community Viewing Party!
 Monday, August 21  2PM
 Woodbury Public Library
 A solar eclipse will be visible on August 21st and won't happen  again in the US for another 40 years! Join us to learn what creates  a solar eclipse, create an easy eclipse craft, followed by a parking  lot community viewing party of the eclipse! *Solar eclipse glasses  are available for free each time you check out in August (while  supplies last). The first fifty people in attendance at the viewing  party without eclipse glasses will be provided with a free pair. 
Inspira Woodbury Women's Cancer Support Group
The 5 Love Languages
Ken Corson, director of Social Services for Care Coordination at Inspira Health Network, received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from George Mason University and he graduated with a Master's in Social Worker from University of Pennsylvania.    Ken has been married for 19 years and has two children. He has been actively involved in his church.
Ken will be presenting on the 5 Love Languages which can have significant impacts on your relationship with your spouse, children, siblings, parents and friends. Over the past 10 years, he has presented this topic for local school districts, parent groups and church groups. There is a link between your emotional health and physical health. Join us as we learn more about how the 5 Love Languages can improve the relationships in your life. 
When: Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Time: 4 to 5 p.m.
Where : Inspira Woodbury
Medical Arts Bldg.
52 W. Red Bank Avenue, Suite 14
Woodbury, NJ 08096
Contact : Karen Freeman, Oncology Social Worker; 609-828-4591
 Please R.S.V.P your attendance, refreshment will be served 



The African American Oral Project organization of Woodbury is trying to gather information about the former school located at 36 Carpenter Street. This was a segregated school that closed in 1965.
If you have any informati on about the school, please call Gloria Holmes at 856-845-1630 or email her at:
Extreme heat has arrived and temperatures and humidity will continue to rise. This increases health risks as you work and play outside, especially for older people and young children.
Excessive heat can cause several health problems including heat exhaustion. Symptoms include:
  • Profuse sweating
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Skin that feels cool and moist
  • Muscle cramps
Move this person to a cooler location, apply cool wet cloths to their body, and give the cool water to drink. If the person vomits or refuses to drink, call 9-1-1. Heat exhaustion can lead to heart stroke.
How can you avoid heat related illnesses?
  • Wear light-weight, light colored clothing made of breathable material, like cotton.
  • Stay hydrated. Drink water throughout the day.
  • Avoid strenuous outdoor activity on hot days.
  • If you must be outside, take frequent breaks in a cool place.
  • Air-conditioning at home during extreme heat. Try to spend time in air-conditioned locations such as a shopping mall, public library, or public health sponsored heat-relief shelter in your area.
City of Woodbury, 33 Delaware Street, Woodbury, NJ 08096