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Shawnee lacrosse captain carries on a legacy


Caroline Farley
is first to wear No. 22
after former player
Katie Kernan, who
passed away from
brain cancer
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Late in the second half of
Shawnee girls lacrosses 15-6 win
over Kingsway last Thursday,
Renegade co-captain and leading
scorer Caroline
Farley
crossed
in
front of the
Kingsway net,
leapt into the
air and fired
the ball past
Kingsway
goalie Lily Argyle for her
fifth goal of
KERNAN
the game.
As the ball was released from
Farleys stick, the initials K.K.
and the No. 22 became visible on
the head of the stick. Those are
the initials and former jersey
number of former Shawnee
lacrosse player Katie Kernan, an
accomplished defender and team
leader for the Renegades when
she was diagnosed with brain
please see TEAMMATES, page 14

MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun

Shawnees Caroline Farley sprints up the field during the first half of last Thursdays 15-6 win against Kingsway. This season, Farley is wearing No. 22 in honor of former teammate Katie Kernan, an accomplished defender for the Renegades who was diagnosed with brain cancer
during her senior year and passed away at the age of 19 last summer. Last Thursday, Shawnee held its inaugural Score Against Cancer game
in honor of Kernan. Farley led the team with five goals and four assists in the game.

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Regional school taxes
LRHSD BOE approves budget
with tax hike. PAGE 7

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 1923
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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K-8 BOE approves budget with increase


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By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
Medford residents could see an
increase in their local school tax

bill this year. The Medford School


District Board of Education approved the 2015-16 budget during
its second hearing at the April 27
Board of Education meeting.

According to the tax rate, residents with an average assessed


home of $327,915 will see an increase of $82.49 in K-8 school
taxes as a result of this budget, a
2.52 percent increase from last
year.
The total amount of the budget
is $51.9 million, and the district
received $4.7 million in state funding despite the $5.1 million listed
as state sources on the agenda.
This is a state special fund
that we dont really see much of.
That money typically goes to the
St. Mary of the Lakes School and
special projects, Business Administrator Chad Fires said.
This total consists of the general fund at $48.63 million, the special revenue fund at $732,219 and
the total debt service fund at $2.62
million.
The budget utilizes statutorily
allowed adjustments for increases
in health-care costs in the amount
of $286,542 and statutorily allowed use of banked tax levy cap
in the amount of $500,746.
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especially through employer-sponsored plans continues to rise.
Theres nothing that we, or our employers, can do about it, unfortunately.
Now that we are required to have
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screw it, Ill take a chance and have
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up...and up and up and up.
So what can we do? What is in our
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down in the future.


Take a look at your health insurance plan, and at others that those
around you have. Most likely, there are
incentives for living a healthy lifestyle.
Join a gym, go three times a week, and
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Getting healthier starts at home,
with the food we eat. And the food that
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A great place to start for healthier
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Theyre popping up everywhere, if


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There are farm markets everywhere, and there are also countless
farm stands and farmers market special events that take place from spring
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Never been to a farmers market? Its
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In addition to learning more about a
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So get up, go out and support local
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The Sun wants to know: What makes your mom great?


Share your stories with our readers for Mothers Day on May 10
She held you first, cradled in her arms.
She kissed your scraped knees. She marveled over your crayon masterpieces. She
packed your lunch every day. She cheered
you on from the sidelines.
She supports and loves you, no matter
what.
She is your mom, and this Mothers Day,
The Sun wants to celebrate with your stories.

What makes your mom the best? From


she makes the best spaghetti and meatballs to she helped me pay for college
and everything in between, we want to
know. Tell us why your life is better because of your mom.
Moms arent always determined by biology, either. Maybe you have another influence in your life you would like to celebrate
on Mothers Day. Maybe your aunt helped

United Methodist Women host flower sale May 9


Hopefully we are through with those
pesky spring showers and are looking forward to May flowers.
On Saturday, May 9, the United
Methodist Women will be holding its
flower sale in the church parking lot, 2

Hartford Road, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.


They will offer bedding plants (32 per
flat) of begonias, impatiens, vincas or
beautiful hanging baskets for your yard.
The proceeds will benefit the Medford
United Methodist Church mission trips.

raise you. Maybe youve watched your best


friend become the worlds best mom to her
own kids. Maybe youd like to say thanks to
that teacher who made all the difference.
Whoever it may be, share you story with
The Sun.
Send in your Mothers Day story, and a
photo of you and your mom, to our news
email, which is listed to the right. Watch
for your stories in an upcoming issue.

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Sean Lajoie
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Residents will see an increase


in regional high school tax bill

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Medford residents will be paying a little bit more on their regional school tax bill this year.
The Lenape Regional High
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district's 2015-16 school year budget at last week's meeting.
The budget includes an increase of $98.50 for a Medford resident with the average assessed
home of $327,915. The regional
school tax rate increased 3.34
cents per $100 of assessed value.
The total budget is $154.06 million, an increase of 1.4 percent
from last year. Most of the budget
is funded with taxpayer money,
with $114.36 million expected to
come from taxpayers in the district's eight municipalities.

Due to individual education


plans of incoming ninth graders,
there will be 21 special education
positions added, eight of which
will be teachers and 13 will be
support staff. There will also be
five bus drivers added.
Since 2010, there has been a reduction of 42 regular education
teaching staff and an increase of
49 special education staff. This
budget will bring that total increase of special education staff
to 70 since 2010.
The 21 new special education
staff members will add $1.2 million to the budget, while the five
new bus drivers added $177,432.
Health benefits increased by 8.2
percent, resulting in a $501,764 increase.
Once again, state aid stayed
flat, showing no increase in the
$29.04 million.
There you go folks, why do

our costs keep going up? The state


of New Jersey is again giving us
a great increase of zero dollars,
David Stow, president of the
Lenape Regional Board of Education, said. With everything else
that we are trying to accomplish,
with all the accolades that our
staff/administration achieve, for
the things that we try to do to
keep costs down, the state gives
us nothing for helping us in the
coming year, so we have to do it
all on our own.
District officials will hold their
next Board of Education meeting
on Wednesday, May 13 at the district administration building in
Shamong at 7:30 p.m.

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Kids Yoga: 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. at The
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Aladdin Jr.: 7 p.m. at The Medford


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adults, students/children. Tickets
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$35,000 to $40,000 net profit, President of the Medford Education
Foundation Tommie Ann Gibney
said. The foundation uses this
money to support the grant program for the school system.
Teachers make applications
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classroom individually, and the
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The event is the 14th Annual
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wine, microbrew and gourmet
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In addition to spirits and beer
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be providing their signature dishes. Plus Dietz & Watson will provide cheese pairings that match
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The event will feature two
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music from classical to folk; and,
attendees will be treated to silent,
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This fundraiser will help keep
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Several of Cedar Runs Wildlife
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Event includes barbecue, golf game,


dinner and awards ceremony
EVENT
Continued from page 11
foundations Grant Program Description.
In the past, this money has
gone toward leveled reading
books to help children improve
their reading skills based on what
level they are starting at.
Wifi-enabled laptop carts were
also a central focus in the past,
further permitting the district to
have as much access to technology as possible.
The grant program was developed to support teachers who encourage creativity in the classroom for the benefit of Medfords
K-8 students.
We specifically recognize creativity and support it in the classroom for teachers who go beyond
the budget that is given to them
through the board, Gibney said.
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board and five different events
can be difficult, but we divvy
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members, and all members lend a
hand in the planning and executing of each event, Gibney said.
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of the foundation since its third
year of existence.

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said. Plus, we have the full support of the schools, community,
teachers and the businesses in
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every time it has been held.
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Clockwise from above: This season,


Caroline Farley is wearing No. 22 in
honor of her former teammate Katie
Kernan, an accomplished Renegades defender who passed away from brain cancer last summer. Shawnee hosted a
Score Against Cancer game in honor of
Kernan last Thursday. Samantha Tucci
looks to set up a play for Shawnee during the first half of last weeks 15-6 win
over Kingsway. Maddie Bray fires a
shot. Molly Baechler evades a group of
Kingsway defenders during the second
half.

Teammates exemplifying Kernans character will wear No. 22


TEAMMATES
Continued from page 1

cancer during her senior year.


Kernan passed away at the age of
19 last summer.
It has been more than nine
months since Kernans passing,
but Farley and the Shawnee girls
lacrosse team has kept her memory very much alive.
Last Thursday, Shawnee held
its inaugural Score Against Cancer game in honor of Kernan.
The team sold t-shirts to raise
money for Childrens Hospital of
Philadelphia.
About 600 shirts were solid,
raising about $6,000.
Kernans memory hasnt just
been honored at one game this
season. Farley has carried on Ker-

nans legacy every time she steps


on the field.
This year, Farley was the first
person since Kernan to wear No.
22 for Shawnee girls lacrosse.
Farley was selected to wear the
number prior to the start of the
season.
Head coach Aimee Seward said
the team wanted to do something
revolving around Kernans former No. 22 jersey, but they didnt
want to retire it.
We decided instead on passing
down
her
number
and
making that an honor, Seward
said.
For the selection, each senior
on the team would write an essay
nominating a teammate who they
thought had characteristics best
resembling Kernan. The coaching staff read through the essays
and made their selection based on
them.

Seward described Kernan as a


strong team player who had a
good
heart
and
displayed
courage. Those were the key factors the coaching staff was looking for when making their selection.
When we looked to pass it on,
we were looking for a player (who
was) not only skilled, but exemplified the teamwork, Seward
said.
Seward felt the team had a
number of players who would
have been worthy of carrying on
Kernans legacy. However, she
said Farleys impact on the team
and leadership skills made her
the perfect fit.
You can see her athleticism
and her love for lacrosse, Seward
said. But I think some of the
other things are how she works
with her teammates and how she
makes the players on her team

better.
Farley had also been one of the
current players who knew Kernan best, having been one of her
best friends. Even so, Farley was
surprised to be selected.
I didnt expect it, Farley said.
I did use to be best friends with
Katie Kernan so I thought there
might be a chance. Some of my
friends did tell me they were writing about me.
Farley immediately embraced
the idea and dove into the 2015
season with an extra sense of motivation. Her hard work has paid
off on the score sheet, as she has
scored three goals in all but one
game this season and has had two
games where shes registered
double-digit points.
It meant the world to me wearing her number and representing
her on the field, she said. Im so
honored to wear it and be part

of it the first year that it happened.


Prior to last Thursdays Score
Against Cancer game, all the
Shawnee players wore the t-shirts
during warm-ups. Just before the
game, Farley gathered her team
to make sure they knew how important the game was.
I told everyone in the warmup, this games for her, Farley
said. Everyone has to play their
best for her.
Farley was a major force for
the Renegades, scoring five goals
and adding four assists in the
game. Each time Farley scored,
the writing on her stick became
visible as the ball came out. Between the initials on her stick and
the number on her back, Farley
feels like Kernan has been a big
part of Shawnees season.
Ive played every game for
her, Farley said.

MAY 612, 2015 THE MEDFORD SUN 15

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6-12. 3:30 p.m. at Pinelands
Branch Library. Join Mr. Rick for
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comic book adventure that takes
place shortly after the events of
Episode IV: A New Hope. Feel free
to come dressed in your best Star
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Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/
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SATURDAY MAY 9
Aladdin Jr. Final Show: 7 p.m. at
The Medford Lakes School. The
Medford Lakes Theater program
presents Aladdin Jr. Tickets can
be purchased in advance and are
$8 for adults, students/children.
Tickets at the door are $10 for
adults and $8 for students/children. To order tickets in advance
visit www.medford-lakes.k12.nj.
us/ and download the ticket
order form. Any questions contact Beth at (609) 304-7377.
Tween Book Club: Nightmares!:
Ages 7-12. 2 p.m. at Pinelands
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monthly book club, this month's
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(609) 654-6113 to reserve a copy.
United Methodist Womens Spring
Flower Sale: 9-2 p.m. at Medford
United Methodist Church. They
will offer bedding plants (32 per
flat) of begonias, impatients, vincas and more. Or beautiful hanging baskets for your yard. The
proceeds will benefit our mission
trips. Contact Jeff Higgins for
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available for a hole-in-one on the


194 yard fourth hole. All proceeds
from this event benefit the Medford Education Foundation to
raise money in support of the
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Toddler Time: Ages 2-3. 10:30 a.m.
at Pinelands Branch Library. Toddlers are invited to join Ms.
Danielle for stories, songs and a
craft or activity. Registration
required. Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/
calendar/toddler-time-10.
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.
Environmental & Open Space Commission meeting: 7:30 p.m. on the
second Monday of month at the
Public Safety Building, 91 Union St.

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at Pinelands Branch Library. Join


the newly formed Junior Lego
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month's challenge. Please do not
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required.
Visit
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Family Movie Night: Annie
(2014): 6 p.m. at Pinelands
Branch Library. Bring the whole
family to the library for this
month's feature, "Annie" (2014).
Snacks and beverages may be
served, but feel free to bring your
own goodies and blanket to get
comfy. Registration required.To
register, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/
calendar/family-movie-nightannie-2014.
Medford-Vincentown Rotary Club
meeting: 6:30 p.m. at Medford
Lakes Country Club, Medford
Lakes. For more information visit
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Junior Lego Club: Ages 5-9. 10 a.m.

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es of replacing six school buses

via lease purchase, three restored


instructional-related arts positions and four new special education instructional positions. The
district intends to complete this
by June.
There are also a few minor capital projects in the works. The
Cranberry Pines Elementary
School greenhouse will be receiving minor renovations, receiving
a new roof, three sidewalls and a
few exterior doors that need to be
replaced.
The Medford Township Board
of Education and state Department of Education have approved

the adoption of the budget as set


forth and approved it to be in effect beginning July 1 through
June 30, 2016.
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We are down 115 students
from last year in our district, Superintendent Joseph Del Rossi
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our projections for next year, but
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