Cinnaminson Speaks: Quotes of the Week Aug. 27-Sept. 2
We've compiled some notable quotes from this week's biggest stories and blog posts.
From SweetWater Bar & Grill to a young Cinnaminson girl writing about her classmate's generosity to full-day kindergarten, we've compiled a list of notable quotes from articles and blogs that appeared on Cinnaminson Patch this week.
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“Everybody understands in this economy that money is tight, especially for seniors.”
—Mara Wuebker, Delran parent, on trying to bring full-day kindergarten back to Delran
"We are putting our lives into this to make sure it's a success."
—George Kyrtatas, co-owner of Hathaway's, on he and his family's newest business venture, SweetWater Bar & Grill
"We didn't see eye to eye on a lot of things. We didn't talk a lot. My father's generation was a lot like that. They were very, very reluctant to talk about their experiences.”
"It was at a time George made a commitment to provide as many homeless people the resemblance of a 'homemade' Thanksgiving feast.”
—Fiona Flynn, a seventh-grader, wrote about George Snedden in a special column
"I've been told that chocolates' stores like this just don't exist in other parts of the United States.”
—Fran Kozak, Bayard's manager, on the longtime business
"It was tough getting started that first season. Thanks to sponsors and great feedback from our parents and players, we have grown significantly through the years.”
—Grace Porrini, head of Cinnaminson girls' field hockey, on starting the group