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A closer look at Zika

Shawnee High School Class of 2016

As the first baby in the state is born


with serious Zika-related birth defects,
public health officials plan ahead
By LINDSEY NOLEN
The Sun
Some of the smallest insects
are now among the largest concerns of state public health officials after the first baby in New
Jersey has been born with serious birth defects linked to the
Zika virus.
Born Wednesday, June 1 at the
Hackensack University Medical
Center to a mother from Honduras, this Zika-born baby is also
the third born in the U.S. known
to have such serious Zika-related
birth defects. According to Dr.
Manny Alvarez, Fox News Channel's senior managing editor for
health news, the mother told doctors she was bitten by a mosquito
early in her pregnancy and developed a rash, but was not diagnosed in Honduras due to a lack
of nearby testing resources.
Although most cases of the
virus have been known to occur
in areas with active outbreaks
such as the Caribbean, Central
and South America and the Pacific Islands, New Jersey has documented 18 cases of the Zika virus
thus far. Prompting concern
among residents of the state, especially those who are pregnant,
this condition is now known to

cause microcephaly in babies


an abnormal smallness of the
head associated with incomplete
brain development.
Typically, symptoms of this
virus include fever, rash, joint
pain, conjunctivitis, muscle pain
and headache. Approximately
one in five people will develop
these symptoms within three to
12 days after infection and they
can last several days to a week, according to the Centers for Disease
Control.
Regardless of its origin in the
southern hemisphere, there are
several ways by which Zika may
have arrived in New Jersey. First,
those traveling to these southern
regions have been known to carry
the virus back to the United
States where sexual transmittance has been brought into question. Secondly, there also exists
the possibility that local mosquitos are becoming carriers of the
virus.
Spread through the bite of both
the Aedes aegypti mosquito and
the closely related breed common
in New Jersey, the Aedes albopictus, locally known as the Asian
tiger mosquito, concern of Zika is
increasing as warmer weather
please see NO, page 18

MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun

Members of the Shawnee High School Class of 2016 were all smiles last Friday as they received
their high school diplomas at graduation. For more photos, please see page 13.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Park facelift
Boy Scout helps
at Medford Park. PAGE 2

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chose to dedicate five hours of his
time to making renovations to
Medford Park off Mill Street on
Saturday, June 11.
Fulfilling his Eagle Scout candidate project requirement, Minshall enlisted the help of approximately 25 members of his troop,
parents and friends and began
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Life changes here in New Jersey for
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our normal routine. Traffic eases up at
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more on the special people, places and
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True, summer often does signal a
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Summer Reading Program features new tracking system


Children of all ages are invited to have
fun exercising their minds and stretching
their imaginations by participating in the
Burlington County Librarys Systems 2016
Summer Reading Program featuring an
all-new online tracking system.
The eight-week program encourages
youngsters to do more than just read; it
urges kids to get outside and move, learn
about their communities and enjoy a wide
variety of special library events.
The Summer Reading Program is one
of the library systems most popular programs, said Ranjna Das, director of the
Burlington County Library System. Last
year, children across all our branches read
more than 11,000 books, and this year we
hope to see that number topped.
A new online tracking system will make
participating this year even more fun and
convenient. Children can create online accounts when visiting any branch or

through the BCLS website, which will


allow them to track their reading activity
and earn virtual badges for reaching milestones. Young readers will continue to have
the option of tracking their progress in
writing by picking up Summer Reading
Badge Books at their local branches and
collecting sticker badges, too.
For every 10 books a child age 5 and
younger reads, and every four hours a
child age 6 and older reads, one badge and
prize is earned. There is no limit; more
reading means more prizes, which may include books, coupons, toys and more.
Additionally, those who create online accounts will have exclusive access to unique
features such as the new Activity Tracks,
interactive step-by-step guides customized
for each age group and designed to encourage learning, curiosity and fun. Children
can explore a local park theyve never visited, browse the librarys collection of audio-

books to get ready for a road trip, check out


a library museum pass and visit a museum, virtually explore El Capitan in
Yosemite National Park with Google Maps
and more. Kids who complete Activity
Tracks are eligible to earn extra prizes. Additional online features include book lists,
wish lists, app lists, learning tips and weekly emails with book recommendations that
link to the BCLS catalog for easy access.
And all young readers will have plenty of
reasons to visit their libraries because
BCLS will once again present a wide selection of fun and educational programs at all
branches, all summer long. Special systemwide events will include interactive magic
shows, exciting science experiments and
live animal presentations.
For more information, contact Danielle
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JUNE 2228, 2016 THE MEDFORD SUN 7

Valedictorian looks back


at Shawnee career
Eric Biehn will head to Duke University this fall
By LINDSEY NOLEN
The Sun
While math and science are
two of the more challenging subjects for some students, Shawnee
High School valedictorian Eric
Biehn has always excelled in
them. Planning to major in math
and physics, he will be attending
Duke University located in
Durham, N.C., in the fall.
I chose Duke because it has
strong math and science programs and is situated in beautiful
North Carolina, Biehn said.
His favorite subject, Biehn
notes he has enjoyed every math
class hes ever taken at Shawnee.
Although these classes brought
him academic fulfillment, what
really made his high school experience memorable was being

elected class
president at
the end of his
sophomore
year. He was
able to maintain this position through
the end of his
senior year.
I would adBIEHN
vise all incoming freshmen to get involved in as
many activities as they can. It
will allow them to meet friends
and have a memorable high
school experience, Biehn said.
Helping make his experience
both memorable and successful,
the valedictorian was largely inspired by his parents and brother
please see BIEHN, page 11

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 22
Wii Super Smash Brothers Brawl
Tournament: Kids and teens ages
6-17. 4 p.m. at the Pinelands
Branch Library. Join us for an
hour-long Super Smash Brothers
tournament of the Nintendo Wii
system. Feel free to bring your
own Wii or GameCube controller,
or use one of ours. Registration is
required.
Card Making with Colored Pencils:
Teens, adults and seniors. 6 p.m.
at the Pinelands Branch Library.
Stop by and learn how to make
beautiful cards with just pencil
and marker. Bring comics or
images to inspire your creativity.
Patrons with special needs,
please have a caregiver join you.
Materials will be provided and
registration is required.
Planning Board meeting: 7 p.m.
workshop, 7:30 p.m. regular
agenda at Public Safety Building,
91 Union St. For more information
and to confirm meeting time, visit
www.medfordtownship.com.
Medford Sunrise Rotary Club: 7:15

a.m. at the Pop Shop, 1 S. Main St.


For more information, email medfordsunriserotary@gmail.com.

THURSDAY JUNE 23
Parachute Play: Kids ages 2-4 and
family. 10:30 a.m. at the
Pinelands Branch Library. Join us
for a half hour of parachute
games and play time together.
Must be accompanied by a caregiver. Registration is required.
Joe Holiday Magic Show: All ages.
6 p.m. at the Pinelands Branch
Library. Kick-off Summer Reading
2016 with international and
award-winning magician Joe Holiday, as he presents the live interactive magic experience, The
Reading Rocks Magic Show. Registration is required.
Knights of Columbus business
meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Emmaus
Center, Jackson Road. For more
information, visit www.medfordknights.org.
Medford Running Company group
run: 6:30 p.m. Meet at Medford
Running Company, 62 S. Main St.
All abilities welcome.

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FRIDAY JUNE 24
Paws to Read: Kids. 3:30 p.m. at the
Pinelands Branch Library. Children are welcome to practice
their reading skills and make a
new friend by reading aloud to
Ocho, a registered therapy dog.
Sign up for a 15-minute slot. Registration is required.

Medford Area Senior Citizens


Club: Meets at VFW Post 7677
on Church Road. For more information, visit www.medfordtownship.com.

SATURDAY JUNE 25
Anime Club: Kids and teens. 2 p.m.
at the Pinelands Branch Library.
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MONDAY JUNE 27
Toddler Time: Newborns to age 3.
10:30 a.m. at the Pinelands
Branch Library. Toddlers are invited to join Ms. Danielle for stories,
songs and a craft or activity. Registration is required.
Fun with Music Therapy: Kids age 6
and up. 1 p.m. at the Pinelands
Branch Library. This session of
the Little Summer Music series
is an introduction appropriate for
children with special needs who
would like to find out more by
hearing, seeing, touching and
playing instruments. Registration
is required.
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Biehn: I look up to my
family members
for always being there
BIEHN
Continued from page 7
on a daily basis. He explains it
was the examples they set by putting in hours of hard work that
taught him effort pays off.
I look up to my family members for always being there for
me, Biehn said. I also look up to
my principal, Mr. Campbell, for
being very successful and yet still
having a great sense of humor.
Through his continued determination and willingness to per-

severe until all of his goals have


been achieved, Biehn looks forward to all the possibilities he
may benefit from during his future endeavors at Duke University. While becoming valedictorian
and seeing his own hard work pay
off feels great, he admits this is
just the beginning of his journey.
Although still exploring career
options, the graduating senior is
contemplating astrophysics, but
ultimately wishes to find a career
he is passionate about and that he
can enjoy. Above all, he wishes to
make a positive impact on the future, and believes his fellow graduates all possess this ability.

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SHAWNEE

CLASS
OF 2016
Photos by Mike Monostra/The Sun

Clockwise from above: The


Shawnee High School Class of
2016 marches into the stadium
during last Fridays graduation
ceremony. Emily Gallagher and
Jenna Galberg smile as they are
two of the 16 Shawnee High
School Class of 2016 graduates
who had straight As for all four
years of high school. Shawnee
High School Class of 2016 salutatorian Joanna Lee speaks to
her classmates. Graduates walk
into the stadium. Graduates wait
to be seated. Shawnee High
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Barr smiles after receiving her
diploma. A number of Shawnee
High School Class of 2016 graduates decorated their caps for
last Fridays graduation. (Inset)
Graduate Justin Boswick flashes
a quick thumbs up after getting
his diploma. The Shawnee High
School Class of 2016 tosses
caps into the air at the conclusion of last Fridays commencement ceremony.

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Special to The Sun

Pictured, from row from left, are Connor Valentino, Erik Sullivan,
Michael Watters, Tanner Coraggio, RJ Hunnewell and CJ Mangan.
Second row, from left, are Sean Stoughton, Matt Carpenter, Jake
Pfeifer, Matt Kenney and Dylan McDyer. Back row are coaches Mike
Stoughton, Jim Kenney and Rick Coraggio.

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change hands five times with the
Wildcats prevailing, 8-7.
This was one of the most ex-

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Stoughton. The teams were
evenly matched and it really
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Class of 2016 graduates from St. Mary of the Lakes School


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the Lakes School, Class of 2016
was held on Tuesday June 14. Father Dan celebrated the mass
along with Monsignor Dubell.
At this ceremony, scholarships
awarded to the Class of 2016 to-

taled $42,750. Students receiving


these awards will be attending
the following high schools:
Bishop Eustace Preparatory
School, St. Joseph Preparatory
School, Holy Cross Academy,
Camden Catholic High School,
Shawnee High School, Seneca
High School, Lenape High School
and St. Augustine Preparatory
School.
In a tie, Donya Kowalski and
Giavonna Gaw had the highest
GPAs grades five through eight.
Aside from solely academic
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Malady won the Leadership
Award, Hayden Peterson won the
Principles and Values of SML
Award and Mia Fornito won the I
Care Award and the School Spirit
Award.
Receiving $1,750 financial
scholarships, Kathryn Bjorklund
and Zachary Morrison both won
the Sister Justina Award and
Scholarship. Next, Addison Malady won the Bernice Pascarello
Award and Scholarship of $2,000

Special to The Sun

The graduation ceremony for the 47 members of the St. Mary of the
Lakes School Class of 2016 was held on Tuesday, June 14. Father
Dan celebrated the mass along with Monsignor Dubell.
and Donya Kowlaski received
$1,000 by winning the Stephanie
Bader Memorial Scholarship.
In terms of school-specific
scholarships, Season Russell received the Catholic Fellowship
scholarship from Holy Cross and
was awarded $2,000 per year for
four years. Also from Holy Cross,
Alexandra Mongrandi and Nice
Woodham-Simpson were the big
winners of the night as they were
awarded the Finsen Family Foun-

dation Scholarship of $3,000 for


four years.
Representing
Camden
Catholic, Giavonna Gaw won the
Alma Mater Award presenting
her with her books for freshman
year from Camden Catholic, and
an additional $750 per year for a
performing arts dance scholarship. Then, headed to Seneca,
Amanda McNally won the Fine
Arts Scholarship awarding her
$750 for four years.

Library offers STEAM workshop


The Burlington County Library System is excited to present
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principles, the workshops will be
taught by members of Think Like
a Girl, a startup company of
young entrepreneurs seeking to
empower girls to develop into
our worlds problem solvers.
The workshops will be presented in two Think Like a Girl Aspiring Engineer programs. Both
will feature fun hands-on activities that teach basic engineering
principles and STEAM skills. The
workshops are free, but space is
limited. Registration is required.
The schedule includes:
Gemma Gadget for ages 6 to
9 at the Pinelands Library in
Medford on July 5 at 6:30 p.m. and
at the Evesham Library on Aug. 9.
Gaby Gadget for Ages 10 to
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Medford on July 7 at 6:30 p.m. and
at the Evesham Library on Aug.
11.

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Minshall is senior
leader of Troop 26
MINSHALL
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Church, and because they were
already working on this project
across the street from my middle
school, Medford Memorial, the
township thought it would be a
great idea for me to help out
there.
To enclose the mulch within
the confinements of the park,
Minshall and his team laid out
2x10 and 2x12 pieces of cedar
around the park to form a retaining wall system sitting eight inches above the ground. He was extremely grateful for the townships decision to cover all related
costs for this project, as well as
Medford Cedar giving them a
great price on wood and for Murphys Grocery having donated
lunch.
I thought it was cool to be in
contact with all these different
people and to learn what it is like
to run a project and be in charge
of other people, Minshall said. I
got to see what its like to actually
put something like this together
and to make sure it ran smoothly.
Although this was the first experience the Eagle Scout candidate had organizing a project of
his own, Minshall has gained experience from assisting with six
other projects organized by his
troop peers. He has helped put a
new patio onto the property of
the Compassionate Friends Therapeutic Horseback Riding Center

and has aided in the installation


of a canoe rack at the Park View
Cemetery at Historic Medford Village.
We have a number of Eagle
Scouts and candidates throughout the town who have done great
work. It says a lot about the volunteerism we try to foster and sets a
great example for other members
of the community, Mayor Jeff
Beenstock said.
Aside from dedicating his time
to assisting with community projects, Minshall has also traveled
up and down the East Coast on
various trips with his troop. He
has recently gone on a four-day
camping trip to Washington, D.C.,
explored Rhode Island and plans
to head West to ranch in New
Mexico with his troop later this
summer.
Above all, what Minshall loves
about being involved in Scouts is
being able to obtain the knowledge necessary to help in a variety of different situations, and
also to be able to help people in
any way possible.
Over the next few months, the
candidate will continue working
toward obtaining the rank of
Eagle Scout. To do so, he will need
to fill out much paperwork and
obtain two merit badges the
communications and personal fitness badges. He plans to fulfill
these merits and earn his badges
by September.

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mosquito populations.
However, while the media is
portraying Zika as a massive public health crisis, there is still
much that is not known about the
virus. For example, according to
the CDC, scientists are unsure if
infected men can pass the virus
onto their sexual partners, if infected women can pass Zika on to
men and if Zika can be transmitted through kissing.
I dont think theres any reason at this time to be more concerned in Medford than in any
other city in New Jersey, Mayor
Jeff Beenstock said. The county
is responsible for mosquito control within all municipalities, so
well certainly take our lead from
the county.
The mayor further commented

that if any action needs to be


taken over the next several
months, the council would certainly keep the community informed. As for the county, it
continues to oversee the issue
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amount of resources can match
cooperation from the residents,
which is paramount even in their
own backyards.
Arpert also stressed that education is really the key, and although the county organizes door
drops, door hangers and social
media posts to relay information
to residents, they are highly encouraged to partake in research
of their own as well. Aside from
heightening awareness, the county also stays vigilant and pre-

pared by responding to areas of


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the side of the road and areas of
frequent mosquito breeding.
Were confident that this year
our efforts will protect our residents, Arpert said.
Despite the countys best efforts to control the spread of
Zika, no vaccine exists to prevent
the condition and therefore a
number of precautions should be
taken to better ensure it is not
contracted. Included in these
measures are emptying all standing water out of yards, making
sure window screens have no
large holes and using Environmental Protection Agency-registered insect repellents.
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