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Art exhibit
Medford woman displays
paintings at library. PAGE 2
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
As motorists on Route 70 travel west into
Medford Township, they pass an intricate
cemetery dating back to America’s colonial
times.
For years, the cemetery has been run
down, with overgrown weeds, fallen tree
branches and a damaged fence.
However, after four years of planning,
fundraising and work, the cemetery has
been brought back to life.
The Peacock Cemetery, located at the in-
tersection of Route 70 and Chairville Road,
was re-dedicated on April 1 after a beautifi-
cation project was completed by the Pea-
Peacock
Cemetery
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MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun
A sign thanking volunteer organizations
sits on the fence at the Peacock Ceme-
tery on Chairville Road. The Medford-Vin-
centown Rotary Club donated $5,000 to-
ward the restoration of the cemetery,
which dates back to the
colonial era.
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By MIKE MONOSTRA
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The many signs of spring
aren’t only found outside in Med-
ford. They have taken bloom in
the form of artwork inside the
Pinelands Branch Library.
Medford artist Diane Wallace
is displaying nine paintings at the
library during the entire season
of spring. The nine paintings are
available for sale.
Wallace, 62, took up art as a
profession 10 years ago. Since
then, she has done works for dif-
ferent businesses and organiza-
tions in town. Being out in the
community was one of her goals
when she took art up full-time.
“I am a prolific artist, so I al-
ways have a lot of paintings, and
I’m always looking for new places
to hang them,” she said.
Wallace’s art has reflected the
Medford community in a positive
way. She has done numerous
drawings of some of the town-
ship’s most historic buildings.
She said members of the commu-
nity also have commissioned her
to do more personal works.
“It makes me happy to paint,”
she said. “I do a lot of animals, es-
pecially for Christmas time.”
Wallace was a horseback rider
and has a love for animals. When
she first took up art, her first
works were of horses.
“I started art with very de-
tailed horse drawings,” she said.
“I would spend hours working on
those drawings.”
Like her personality, Wallace
describes her art as outgoing and
spontaneous. She said she likes
her personality to come out in her
artwork.
Many of these aspects of hap-
piness and joy are present in Wal-
lace’s display of paintings at the
library. The pictures use bright,
pastel-like colors. They depict
symbols of spring such as birds,
rabbits and flowers.
Wallace uses a limited color
palette to make her paintings
more vibrant. The limited palette
is something she picked up on
from a fellow artist years ago.
Through the colors and brush-
work, Wallace’s spring portraits
seem to really pop.
“They’re all spring-like,” Wal-
lace said. “They’re all considered
spring medium.”
Wallace said her works have
added a splash of color to the li-
brary. As she was hanging the
paintings two weeks ago, she re-
Artist’s paintings brighten up
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On Monday, May 12, the 10th
annual Medford Education Foun-
dation Golf Tournament and Din-
ner Awards Reception, presented
by Allen and Associates, will take
place at the Medford Village
Country Club, in Medford. Last
year’s golf outing raised more
than $35,000 for the direct benefit
of the Medford Township Public
Schools.
The day will begin with lunch
at noon followed by a 1 p.m. shot-
gun start. After a great day on the
links, cocktails will begin at 5
p.m. Dinner and awards will fol-
low from 6 to 8 p.m.
Sponsorship information, ad-
vertising information and the
registration form are available on
the foundation’s website,
www.medfordeducationfounda-
tion.org.
“The Medford Education Foun-
dation Golf Outing and Tourna-
ment is not only a fantastic oppor-
tunity to network and promote a
business, but is also a fun and en-
tertaining day with friends and
colleagues who come together to
support the mission of the Med-
ford Education Foundation,” said
Tommie Ann Gibney, president of
the foundation. “The support we
receive from the community al-
lows us to underwrite programs
which enhance the educational
experience of Medford Township
public school students.”
All proceeds from this event
benefit the Medford Education
Foundation, an independent, non-
profit 501 corporation comprised
of parents, business owners and
educators who work to raise
money in support of the Medford
Township Public Schools. Since
2004, the Medford Education
Foundation has raised more than
$55,000 for the benefit of the pub-
lic schools and students for things
such as mobile laptop laborato-
ries, technology upgrades and the
purchase of independent reading
books.
Funds raised by the Medford
Education Foundation are also
used for the foundation’s Educa-
tion Grant Program, which sup-
ports teachers and encourages
creativity in the classroom for the
benefit of Medford’s kinder-
garten through eighth grade stu-
dents.
Foundation grants provide re-
sources for extraordinary educa-
tional experiences such as hands-
on classroom projects, field trips,
art, music and drama programs,
enhanced STEM education, guest
speakers, assemblies and access
to technology.
Medford Education Foundation
Golf Tournament set for May 12
Boy Scouts to sell
spring, Easter flowers
Medford Boy Scout Troop 26
will be selling spring and Easter
flowers on Friday, April 18 and
Saturday, April 19 from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. at Harriett's Oil and Kirby
Brothers on Main Street.
Potted flowers include hy-
acinths, tulips, azaleas, mini daf-
fodils, daffodils, grape hyacinths,
pansies and planters with assort-
ed bulbs all ranging between $3
and $20. All proceeds go to the
Scouts.
The Scouts use these funds to
pay for their many camping trips,
including the 2014 Boy Scout trip
to Philmont in New Mexico.
These camping trips help the
Scouts complete their require-
ments on the trail to Eagle Scout.
In addition, the Scouts will also
collect the plants after they are
done blooming and recycle the
soil, bulbs and pots.
The recycle location will be at
Kirby Brothers.
Easter Bunny to visit
Village of Taunton Forge
On April 19, the Easter Bunny
will be stopping by the Village of
Taunton Forge Shopping Center
from 10 a.m. until noon. Bring
along a camera or use our photog-
rapher to snap some free photos
with the Easter Bunny. In addi-
tion, the stores at the center will
be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt
that begins promptly at 11 a.m.
Don't forget to bring your baskets.
Also, save the date of April 26
for Medford Township's second
annual Earth Day Community
Yard Sale and Business Expo.
The township's Clean Communi-
ty Program will also have a paper
shredder on site, as well as plenty
of fun and activities for young-
sters.
For more information, visit
www.villageoftauntonforge.com
or the shopping center’s Face-
book page.
Easter services planned
at Protestant church
The Protestant Community
Church of Medford Lakes invites
the community to attend our
Easter week services.
Maundy Thursday service will
be on April 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Me-
morial Hall.
Good Friday service will be
on April 18 at noon in the Sanctu-
ary.
There will be three Easter Sun-
day services on April 20. A sun-
rise service will be at 7 a.m. at Off
Fellows Cemetery in Medford.
Services will also be held in the
sanctuary at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
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in our opinion
On Thursday, April 3, a group of senior
citizens active at the township’s Cranberry
Hall Senior Center met to discuss the pro-
grams and activities for the 2014-15 year.
This dynamic group of people has
formed a Steering Committee, and along
with a liaison from the township Council’s
Neighborhood Services Advisory Commit-
tee, discussed the programs offered and
how they could inform the public about the
on-going activities and events that take
place.
It is the purpose of this group to create
an atmosphere where people, who are con-
sidered senior citizens by society, can meet
to participate in various programs such as
yoga, Zumba gold, arthritis exercise,
healthy bones, tennis, bowling, creative
writing, computer training, genealogy, fi-
nance, bridge workshops, bridge lessons,
duplicate bridge, team bridge, pinochle,
canasta, rummikub, Mah Jongg, knitting,
crocheting, painting-watercolor and book
discussions.
There is something for everyone, and
those with new program ideas are encour-
aged to propose them. In the coming weeks
and months, the committee will be schedul-
ing a variety of topical speakers, as well as
hosting discussions sponsored by Medford
Leas as a part of their successful and popu-
lar “Pathways” program.
In addition to the on-going weekly pro-
grams, there are also monthly evening
events. The township and the committee
are working together to create a place for
senior citizens to come and mingle with
other seniors from throughout the commu-
nity. It is a place where there are welcom-
ing smiles and caring individuals who
want to share their expertise with others.
Information on the various programs
and their scheduled times and dates will be
included on Medford’s new website. The
upcoming evening events for April are a
dinner at Femmina Italian Grill on Stokes
Road in Medford on April 23 at 5 p.m. and
an evening of games and hoagies at Cran-
berry Hall on April 30 beginning at 5 p.m.
Participants are responsible for the cost of
their meals.
All seniors are encouraged to come out
to a program or evening event and meet
new friends.
Programs planned for Cranberry Hall Senior Center
T
he old saying is that numbers
don’t lie. Numbers are what
they are; interpret them how
you will.
Here are a few for you to ponder:
• Five: How many of Atlantic City’s
11 casinos lost money on an operating
basis for the first nine months of the
fiscal year, through September
• One: How many Atlantic City casi-
nos went out of business this year –
the Atlantic Club – plus one more –
Revel – which is up for sale following
bankruptcy
• $10.3 million: The amount of rev-
enue from online wagering in New
Jersey in February, on pace for $123.6
million for the year, well short of Gov.
Christie’s original $1 billion forecast.
• $12 million: The estimated tax rev-
enue from internet gambling through
the end of the fiscal year in June, com-
pared to the forecast of $160 million
• $235 million: The amount of gam-
bling revenue brought in by AC casi-
nos last year, a 35 percent drop from
2012, a year that included a casino
shutdown due to Hurricane Sandy
• 39: The number of states that offer
casino gambling, compared to two in
1988
• 2 million: The number of visitors
Atlantic City bused in from surround-
ing areas last year, compared to 14 mil-
lion not long ago
The numbers don’t lie – not only is
Atlantic City failing, so is gambling
nationwide. Even in Las Vegas, the
gambling capital of the world, gam-
bling revenue was down to “only” $6.5
billion last year.
New casinos in that Nevada city are
focusing on other luxurious offerings
other than gambling, such as restau-
rants, nightclubs, pools, shopping,
spas and entertainment.
Over the last few years, Atlantic
City has begun to do the same with the
Tanger Outlets, The Pier Shops at Cae-
sars and the dining and nightlife at the
Borgata.
But is it enough? The numbers
would say that it’s not, or at the very
least, that more needs to be done to
make Atlantic City a bigger tourist
destination, serving more than just
the gambler.
Like it or not, Atlantic City is vital
for the state’s economy. Lucky for us, it
has easy access, beachfront property
and plenty of name recognition to
bounce back in a serious way.
Did the gamble on AC fail?
If so, then the state needs to find an alternative source of revenue – fast
Your thoughts
Can Atlantic City rebound without
gambling? What are your ideas for how it
can become a tourist destination for more
than just gamblers? Share your thoughts
through a letter to the editor.
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The Medford-based Shawnee
Ice Hockey Club’s middle school
C Team won its second consecu-
tive championship at the Flyers
Skate Zone in Voorhees on March
13.
The 20-game fall season started
in September where Shawnee fin-
ished in first place with an 18-2-0
record. In the playoffs, the Rene-
gades won the championship
with a 4-3 win over Clearview.
The game was highlighted by
coming back from three, one-goal
deficits.
The hockey club fielded three
teams this season, a varsity high
school team and two middle
school teams.
A 10-game spring season will
begin in mid-April. All games are
played at the Flyers Skate Zone in
Voorhees. Middle school players
in fourth through seventh grade
and high school players who are
currently in eighth through 11th
grade are eligible to play. Any
questions can be emailed to
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The Shawnee Ice Hockey Club’s middle school C team celebrates its
championship on March 13. Pictured are goalie Billy Shea (front); Matt
Kilkenny, Ian Plummer, Scott Minshall, Kameron Parker, Sean Keevey
and Bobby Falese (first row); and Cory McCullough, Jay Bell, Zach
Stoor, Ryan Kelleher, Cody Gordon, Alex Rombach, Ryan Minshall,
Brendan Scott, Van Kapeghian, Jr., Eric Kennedy, Jesse Hartman,
Ryan Barley and Ryan Feast (back row). Not pictured are coaches Gary
Plummer, Dave Feast, Matt Bell, Steve Minshall and Ray Parker.
Middle school team wins championship
WEDNESDAY APRIL 16
Snack attack: Ages 4-6, 12 p.m.
Ages 7-12, 4 p.m. Pinelands
Library, 39 Allen Ave., Medford.
Join Miss Niki, DTR, from the
Shop Rite of Medford as she
reads a story and teaches us how
to prepare a healthy snack. Reg-
istration required, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Medford Lakes Garden Club meet-
ing: Vaughan Hall in Medford
Lakes. 11:30 a.m. New members
and guests welcome. Call 268-
2333 for information.
Medford Sunrise Rotary Club:
MedPort Diner. 7:15 a.m. Call 354-
8104 for information.
THURSDAY APRIL 17
Storytime: Ages 4-6.10:30 a.m.
Pinelands Library, 39 Allen Ave.,
Medford. Come join Mr. Rick for
stories of all kinds to be followed
by an engaging and creative
activity. Registration required,
visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Yoga pretzels: Ages 6-12. 4:30 p.m.
Pinelands Library, 39 Allen Ave.,
Medford. Yoga pretzels is a fun
and vibrant way to get kids bend-
ing, breathing, twisting and
stretching. Please be sure to have
the children wear comfortable,
breathable clothes. Bring a yoga
mat or a large towel to use as a
mat. Registration required, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Candlelight yoga: 5:30 p.m.
Pinelands Library, 39 Allen Ave.,
Medford. Join with Babita
Kapoor, a registered Shakti Om
yoga instructor, to learn yoga’s
ancient science of breath control
and re-energize your body and
mind. Please be sure to wear
comfortable, breathable clothes.
Bring a yoga mat or a large towel
to use as a mat. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
MONDAY APRIL 21
Adult knitting club: 10:30 a.m.
Pinelands Library, 39 Allen Ave.,
Medford. Knitters of all levels are
invited to join for this four-week
series. Bring a project that you
are working on or pick one out at
class. Beginners please bring size
10 knitting needles. The yarn will
be provided. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Abrakadoodle: Ages 4-6, 2 p.m.
Ages 7-12, 3 p.m. Kids will explore
their own creativity and learn
new techniques while using their
imaginations to create their own
frames masterpiece. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Helping Hand grief support: Fellow-
ship Alliance Chapel, 199 Church
Rd. 7 p.m. Call 953-7333 ext. 309
for information.
Pre-natal Yoga: 6 to 7:15 p.m. at The
Sanctuary for Yoga, 43 S. Main St.,
Medford. Call (609) 953-7800 for
more information.
TUESDAY APRIL 22
Earth Day Greens Tasting: 11 a.m. at
ShopRite of Medford. If you’re
skeptical about dark leafy greens
like kale, chard and collards,
nutritionist Beth Ann will help
make you a fan. She will demon-
strate how to enjoy these earthy
foods without missing out on fla-
vor. Handouts, samples and
recipes will be provided.
Storytime: Ages 4-6.1:30 p.m.
Pinelands Library, 39 Allen Ave.,
Medford. Come join Mr. Rick for
stories of all kinds to be followed
by an engaging and creative
activity. Registration required,
visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Storytime: Ages 7-12. 3:30 p.m.
Pinelands Library, 39 Allen Ave.,
Medford. How does one stop that
which is unstoppable? Join Mr.
Rick for a reading of “Spider-
man: Nothing Can Stop the Jug-
gernaut” to find out. The reading
will be followed by a fun, story-
related activity. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Medford-Vincentown Rotary Club
meeting: 6:30 p.m. at Medford
Lakes Country Club, Medford
Lakes. For more information visit
www.mvrotaryclub.org.
Kids Yoga: 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. at The
Sanctuary for Yoga, 43 S. Main
St., Medford. Call (609) 953-7800
for more information.
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a.m. to 2 p.m., the Medford Police
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nity in three years to prevent pill
abuse and theft by ridding their
homes of potentially dangerous
expired, unused and unwanted
prescription drugs. Bring your
pills for disposal to the Medford
Public Safety Building. This pub-
lic service is free and anonymous,
no questions asked.
Last October, Americans
turned in 324 tons of prescription
drugs at more than 4,114 sites op-
erated by the DEA and its thou-
sands of state and local law en-
forcement partners. When those
results are combined with what
was collected in its seven previ-
ous Take Back events, DEA and
its partners have taken in more
than 3.4 million pounds of pills.
This initiative addresses a vital
public safety and public health
issue. Medicines that languish in
home cabinets are highly suscep-
tible to diversion, misuse and
abuse. Rates of prescription drug
abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly
high, as are the number of acci-
dental poisonings and overdoses
due to these drugs. Studies show
that a majority of abused pre-
scription drugs are obtained from
family and friends, including
from the home medicine cabinet.
In addition, Americans are now
advised that their usual methods
for disposing of unused medi-
cines both pose potential safety
and health hazards.
According to DEA officials,
"The abuse of pharmaceuticals is
the second most abused drug,
only marijuana ranks higher.
This program alleviates this
issue and will protect citizens
from wrongfully obtaining the
drugs and will prevent the drugs
finding their way into our drink-
ing water, etc.”
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“When I was hanging the paint-
ings on both Friday and Monday,
they started looking,” she said.
“The director said the paintings
added a lot of color and light to
the inside.”
Adding a bit of life to the com-
munity is something Wallace
wants to convey. She said some of
the youth are missing out on art
since many schools have been
cutting it.
“Schools are starting to cut art
programs,” she said. “I feel like
people don’t realize that it’s not
just art. It keeps your brain alive
and it’s a good way to add prob-
lem solving.”
Through her lively paintings,
Wallace hopes other people will
become enlightened and inspired
to find their creative side and take
up art on their own.
All nine of Wallace’s works can
be viewed during regular library
hours and are for sale. Thirty per-
cent of the proceeds from any
painting sold will be donated to
the Medford Library Association.
Wallace’s spring exhibition runs
through June 16.
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Continued from page 2
Exhibit runs
until June 16
The Knights of Columbus, St.
Mary of the Lakes Council 6520,
is hosting its seventh annual
charity golf outing at the Med-
ford Village Country Club on
June 16 at 11 a.m. All of the pro-
ceeds from this golf tournament
will be distributed to the St. Vin-
cent de Paul Society and Inter-
faith Hospitality Network of
Burlington County.
Everyone is invited to join the
Knights for a fantastic day of golf
to support this worthy endeavor.
Medford Village Country Club, lo-
cated at 28 Golfview Drive in Med-
ford is a majestic course. Golfers
from all over love the challenges
presented on this course. The
tournament format is a scramble,
so golfers of all levels can enjoy
the game. Golf fees include lunch,
a sit down dinner and golf in a
foursome. Plus the opportunity to
compete for some unique golf
contests, prizes and awards.
There will be a silent auction dur-
ing dinner for amazing baskets
and gifts donated by local mer-
chants.
Take this opportunity to sup-
port the needy of the Burlington
County community. The Knights
of Columbus would like to thank
you in advance for your participa-
tion and wanted to also let you
know that tournament sponsor-
ships, boosters and gift basket do-
nations are being accepted. To
register, for any of the above,
please contact Paul C. Banfe at
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The Medford Township Clean
Communities Program invites all
local residents and community
groups to participate in its second
annual Town Wide Yard Sale and
Earth Day observances to be held
Saturday, April 26 from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Village of Taunton
Forge Shopping Center at Tucker-
ton and Taunton boulevards.
There is no cost to participate
in the yard sale, but items offered
for sale should be “pre-loved,”
created from repurposed materi-
als or plants.
All sales and proceeds go to the
participating individual or com-
munity group. Participants must
provide their own tables and
chairs for a 10 foot by 10 foot loca-
tion.
Goodwill Industries of South-
ern New Jersey & Philadelphia
will be on-site to collect donations
of unsold items at the conclusion
of the event, as well as collection
of televisions and computers,
which they recycle as a compo-
nent of their job-training initia-
tives.
Township officials have also
made arrangements to have a
shredder on site for residents to
dispose of personal files and pa-
pers.
There will also be recycling
giveaways and entertainment for
the young and young at heart.
New this year, the Medford His-
torical Society is hosting a busi-
ness expo, benefitting the Dr. Still
Education Center. Interested
businesses may obtain more in-
formation and register at drstill-
center@gmail.com. Merchants at
the Village of Taunton Forge
Shopping Center will also be of-
fering Earth Day specials and
surprises. Plan to celebrate
spring at this wonderful commu-
nity event.
Town Wide Yard Sale and Earth Day
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The long overdue project took a
few years to complete due to the
amount of work and funds need-
ed. Rotary member Tom Rende
began speaking to Larry Godfrey
about the project four years ago.
Godfrey’s wife, Barbara, is a di-
rect descendent of the Peacock
family.
Rende’s connection with the
Godfrey family and his love of
history inspired him to take on
this project.
“I’ve known the Godfrey family
for years,” he said. “I’m also a his-
tory guy. I used to be the president
of the Medford Historical Society
for 16 years.”
Restoring the cemetery was
something the family wanted to
do for awhile, but they could not
afford the repairs. Rende met
with Godfrey to develop a plan for
the project, which cost $16,000.
“With them doing it by them-
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To help fund the project, Rende
went to the Rotary Club for finan-
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$5,000, but only if the remainder
of the cost could be covered by
other donations.
“The club wouldn’t fully fund
it,” Rende said, “but they would
donate $5,000 toward it as long as
the family or someone else came
up with the rest of the money.”
At that point, Rende and God-
frey’s job was to cover the cost of
materials and labor through do-
nations.
Fortunately for the Peacocks,
they had a family connection
with Giberson Excavation and
Plumbing. The company was able
to perform a lot of the landscap-
ing, including tree stump re-
moval. Rende said they completed
their portion of the work in two
days.
After shopping around for do-
nations for the rest of the project,
Rende and Godfrey were able to fi-
nance the entire project. Once all
the donations were covered, the
Rotary Club officially donated its
portion.
“The $5,000 from the Rotary
bought the fence,” Rende said.
The Peacock Cemetery fea-
tures graves dating back to the
1730s. Today, direct descendants
of the Peacock family are still
buried there.
The historical significance of
the cemetery goes beyond just the
Peacocks, however. Rende de-
scribed it as an important symbol
in the township. Due to over-
grown trees and lack of upkeep,
the cemetery was not visible for a
number of years from Route 70.
“It was overgrown. There were
a lot of dead trees, and from
storms, a lot of the stuff came
down,” Rende said. “You couldn’t
just go in there and mow it to get
it all done.”
Now, after the restoration proj-
ect and rededication, the ceme-
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torists entering Medford on Route
70 West see.
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609-707-2318
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P.O.Box 49, Marlton, NJ 08053
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out notice. Prior sales excluded, all offers expires and consumer must take delivery by 4/30/14.