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Hilltop Estates Retirement
1635 N Black Horse Pike, Blackwood, NJ 08012
Hilltop Estates Retirement is located on Black Horse Pike in Blackwood. Hilltop is dedicated to assisting seniorMore citizens who live independently adjacent to its facility. Hilltop provides meals, laundry, a barber shop and more. It also has scheduled transportation to the many shopping centers in the Blackwood and surrounding Blackwood area.
Gloucester Township Youth Football & Cheer Association
Woodbury Turnersville Rd, Blackwood, NJ 08012
This group is operated by volunteers who are dedicated to the youth of Gloucester Township who are interested in playingMore sports. Check out the schedules for flag football, freshman, sophomore, junior and senior football leagues. There are also flag chearleading, freshman, sophomore, junior and senior cheerleading teams. 
Chews United Methodist Church
319 Black Horse Pike, Glendora, NJ 08029

This Black Horse Pike church was founded in 1811 as Christ Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1844, the church's nameMore was changed to Union Methodist Church and, in 1939, with the merger of the Methodist Episcopal and Methodist Protestant churches, it finally became known as Chews Methodist Church.

The church's modern-day sanctuary was dedicated on March 31, 1968. The original sanctuary was demolished in 1982, replaced with the church's education building, which was completed in 1989.

The church's pastor is Rev. William B. Wilson.

Prate Family Eye Care
1405 Chews Landing Rd, Laurel Springs, NJ 08021
Established in 1975 Providing quality vision care to the local community is our number one priority at Prate Family EyeMore Care. Our office has 3 very knowledgeable doctors and friendly staff members dedicated to fulfilling all of your eye care needs including: comprehensive eye exams, glasses & designer frames, contact lenses, diagnosis, management and treatment of eye disease, dry eye treatment, pediatric care, Latisse, LASIK co-management, and emergency eye care. Prate Family Eye Care opened its doors in 1975 to better serve the eye care needs of the local community and surrounding regions.
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