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Willingboro Neighborhood Watch
P.O. Box 834
WNW is an independent Watch group with no affiliation to any national organization. We are a "Not for Profit" entity and governed by our own by-laws. We are the strongest & most successful Watch group in the area. How good to hear!
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President Charlotte Froman
Willingboro Watch Newsletter
President: Charlotte Froman
urged members to attend Town Council on Wednesday, June 3, 2015
and share their concerns with Council.
June 24, 2015: President Charlotte Froman was pleased to announce that the Shop Rite will continue giving us a donation from the receipts we turn in each quarter.
Please continue to collect your receipts and bring them to the meeting each quarter.
In the absence of Officer Donofrio, Charlotte introduced Cheri Fodor (liaison) from the Crime Prevention Dept. to give us any updates from the Police Dept.
noted the Mayor is now holding a Mayor's Forum (monthly) to give residents the opportunity to find out what Council is doing and to answer any questions.
Several of our members attended and reviewed and responded on several issues discussed (e.g. raising taxes, Emergency Services Building construction, and where the money is coming from).
Members felt the forum was very interesting and they are encouraged to attend future meetings.
stated we need everyone to get out on all their streets to make sure all is well.
thanked the WEA
for nominating our WNW
to be one of the best Community Organizations
It was an honor and very much appreciated.
also advised our members to attend the Township Council meetings to learn what's happening and what Council is proposing for Willingboro
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 pm by President Charlotte Froman.
Pres. Froman advised that we now have a Police Dept. liaison who will be doing our ROBO calls.
Her name is Cheri Fodor from the Willingboro Police Department's
Crime Prevention Unit and Charlotte
thanked Cheri for taking on our ROBO calls.
welcomed the 1 st time attendees to our meeting and hopes to see them become member.
gave an overview of what WNW
does and the community activities we participate in.
President's Report: Charlotte
reminded everyone we are also collecting receipts from the Shop Rite on which they give us a small percentage for our Treasury.
thanked the Police for joining us this evening and sharing information and answering lots of questions from those in attendance.
Joss reviewed the programs and speakers we will be having next year and noted there will be no speaker in March because we will have a WNW Training night for our members on what a WNW member does.
gave an overview of Bryan Norcross's talk about the tremendous work our Sheriff's Office handles, one is meals on wheels, may be someone in your neighborhood can use these services let them know.
Willingboro Neighborhood Watch
From front left to right: MaryJane Breen, Sec'y, Chelie Miller, Treas, Daisy Culliton, Dir, Gary Johnson, Dir, Barbara Busacca, VP. Rear: Jay Meyer, Dir, Charlotte Froman, Pres.
"When I see something, I report ...
"When I see something, I report it immediately," said Charlotte Froman, president of the Willingboro Neighborhood Watch.
said better parenting is the key to keeping children away from the culture of drugs, gangs and guns that has seeped into Willingboro.
Despite a large network of parks, playgrounds and trails, as well as programs offered by the township's recreation department, she
says too many youths hang out at convenience stores and stand on corners.
"What are they doing?Where are their parents?"she
says more than 50 block captains are in her
neighborhood watch and about 300 people attend monthly meetings.
But a recent incident with a prospective member made her
realize that the battle for Willingboro is far from over.
"We were handing out decals for people to put in their window.It has an eye and says, 'We're watching,' " Froman