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JULY 2228, 2015

Kids can cook

Justin Boswicks
documentary detailing
his grandmothers
struggle selected
for Princeton festival
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
Justin Boswick, a 17-year-old
rising senior at Shawnee High
School, uses filmmaking as his
medium to make positive change.
Boswicks
grandmother,
Dorothy Landis, suffers from
Alzheimers disease, a form of dementia that causes problems with
memory and concentration.
When I was younger, my mom
sat me down and talked to me
about moving my grandmother to
a nursing home, Boswick said.
My grandmother was a woman
who traveled around the world,
raised seven children, was a social worker and now cannot remember any of these experiences.
According to Alzheimers Disease International, one in nine
Americans over the age of 65
have Alzheimers disease, and
please see BOSWICK, page 9

SEAN LAJOIE/The Sun

Wyatt Navarette, 4, gets to smell some of the ingredients they will be using to make their lunch while his cousin Kyle Lee, 6, and Robbie Ritter, 4, wait patiently for their turn. The kids joined Miss Niki, DTR, from the Shop Rite of Medford last week for some kid-friendly
cooking at the Pinelands Branch Library.

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Continuing winning ways
Lenape district wins U Got Brains
for fourth time. PAGE 4

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 1115
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Obituary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

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By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
The deadline to run for school
board this November is quickly
approaching.
Residents interested in running for school board must file
with the Burlington County

Clerks Office by Monday, July 27


to have their name on the ballot
in Novembers election. All petitions must be filed with Burlington County Clerk Timothy Tyler
on or before 4 p.m. on July 27. The
office is located at 49 Rancocas
Road, Room 104 in Mt. Holly and
is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Requirements for board membership include:
Must be a United States citizen
Must be at least 18 years old
Must be able to read and write
Must be a resident of the municipality running in for at least
one year
Must not be holding any other
elected office or another office in
the local municipality and county

Have no claim, interest in or


contract with the board of education
Must not be disqualified for
conviction of crimes
Each candidate must complete
a nomination petition including
the signatures of at least 10 registered voters living in the district.
Candidates must also adhere to
all state requirements to file campaign-expense reports with the
New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.
To download a nominating petition for the November school
board election, visit www.co.
burlington.nj.us/DocumentCenter/View/3472. For more information on running for school board,
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Lenape district drives home another win


District wins U Got Brains competition for fourth time with its Heads Up, Eyes Forward campaign
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun

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The Lenape Regional High


School District has built a dynasty when it comes to teaching
the community about safe driving.
For the third consecutive year
and the fourth time in five years,
the school district was one of

three grand prize winners in the


U Got Brains Champion Schools
Competition. In the competition,
schools from across New Jersey
create campaigns to promote safe
driving. The team was honored
for its achievements at last
Wednesdays LRHSD board of education meeting.
Lenape District Television students participate in the contest
annually. Every year, the team is
challenged to create a video of 10
minutes or less showing how it
promoted safe driving in their
school and local communities.
John Donaldson, director of
television services for the school
district, said the challenging part
of winning three years in a row is
coming up with new ideas to stay
ahead of the competition. There
were 59 teams participating in
this years competition, and Donaldson said other schools emulate

or take ideas from what Lenape


has done in the past.
We know theyre gunning for
us, he said. So every year we
put a little more effort in it.
When it began competing in
the competition, LDTV created
the Heads Up, Eyes Forward
campaign. The campaign warns
motorists against the various
dangers of distracted driving.
Last school year, the team created t-shirts to distribute to students and staff. The front of the tshirts included the Heads Up,
Eyes Forward logo on the front
and a few examples of distracted
driving on the back.
The team also created magnets
with the campaign logo to distribute to students. The students
signed a pledge against distracted
driving and then received a magnet for their car. Students who
had the magnets on their car had

the chance to win a Student


Parking Space of the Month.
For winning the competition,
the school district receives a driving simulator, a computer program complete with a seat, steering wheel and pedals that are
used in drivers education classes.
With the Lenape district winning
for a fourth time, all four high
schools now have one driving
simulator.
Well donate this one to
Seneca, so now well have one at
each of the four schools, Donaldson said.
The Lenape district does not
plan to see its streak of wins at U
Got Brains end at three. Donaldson said the LDTV students are
already brainstorming new ideas
to promote its Heads Up, Eyes
Forward campaign in new ways
again next year.

Lenape students prepared


to succeed again
Last year, the school district debuted a Prepared to Succeed
video, where graduates from the
four high schools talked about
how the Lenape Regional high
schools best prepared them for
college. The school district released its second Prepared to Succeed video earlier this month.
Superintendent Carol Birnbohm said the video allows the
community to hear about the positive aspects of the school district
directly from the students.
They really talk about the success and excitement they experienced at our schools, she said.

on campus
The following Medford residents participated in the 2015
commencement ceremonies at
The College of New Jersey on
Thursday, May 21 and Friday, May
22: Barbara Trzaska, Tiffany Foster,
Morgan Gerber, Christine Czarnecki, Chester Drago, Erica Joel, Elizabeth Mikotowicz, Lori Paolini and
Lauren Russo.

JULY 2228, 2015 THE MEDFORD SUN 5

obituary
Eileen R. Marmino
July 12, 2015
Eileen R. Marmino, age 34, of
Medford passed away on July 12.
She was the beloved wife of
Paul J. Marmino, III, devoted
mother of Paul Joseph Marmino,
IV and Eileen Claire Marmino,
loving daughter of Bruce and
Eileen (nee Hiller) Lafferty, and
sister of Meghan Lafferty Goins
and Carey Ann Lafferty (Ryan
Fisher). She was the daughter-inlaw of Paul Marmino, Jr. and Sue
Marmino, sister-in-law of Marc
Marmino (Beth) and Jared Snapp
(Adrienne),
granddaughter-inlaw of Ed Hudson. Eileen is also
survived by her nieces and
nephews Sebastian and Harper
Goins, Carson and Greyson
Snapp, Olivia and Roman Marmi-

no, and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.


A former Marlton resident, she
was a 1999 graduate of Cherokee
High School. She received her
bachelor's degree from Arcadia
University and her masters in education from the University of
Phoenix. Eileen was a teacher at
Burlington City High School, and
had formerly worked as a
teacher's aide in Evesham Township, had served in many different capacities at Chartwell Swim
Club in Marlton, and worked at
PAWS Farm and the Philadelphia
Zoo. She was also a member of
the Mothers of Multiples of
South Jersey.
Relatives and friends attended

the viewing on
July 16 and 17
at the Bradley
Funeral Home
in
Marlton.
The Funeral
Mass was celebrated on July
17 at St. Joan
of Arc Church
in Medford.
MARMINO
In lieu of
flowers, the family requests donations in Eileen's memory to a
scholarship fund for their twins.
Checks may be made to Ellie
Marmino or to Paul Joseph
Marmino, c/o Paul Marmino and
mailed to TD Bank, 517 Stokes
Road, Medford.

Annette Foti of Medford, who


will be a senior pre-med psychology major, has been named to the
dean's list at the University of
South Carolina for spring 2015.
Shannon Stang of Medford has
earned high honors for the spring
semester at the University of
New Hampshire.

Jeanette Bicking, a freshman


economics major at Grove City
College, has been named to the
dean's list for the spring 2015 semester. Bicking is a 2014 homeschool graduate and is the daughter of Rebekah Bicking.
Eric Meshirer of Medford graduated in May from Neumann University in Aston, Pa., with a bachelors of science in sport and entertainment management. He
was also named to the spring 2015
dean's list and is pursuing his
master's degree.

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The following Medford students


earned degrees from the University of Rhode Island: Kristin Marie
Petracci received a bachelors of
science in nursing cum laude, and
Austin Harris Bernstein received a
bachelors of science in psychology, minor in Chinese.

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ts hard to believe, but just last


week, we saw the first back-toschool advertisement on TV. It took
us by surprise. Oh, no, we thought,
did we sleep through all of July?
Of course we didnt; its just stores
trying to get ahead of the game and
boosting sales in a traditionally down
month.
It got us thinking, though: We have
been presenting back-to-school coverage in The Sun for quite awhile now, in
many different towns, but how can we
make this coverage better?
Our quick answer by being better
prepared.
So, even though the beginning of the
next school year is the last thing on
your mind here in mid-July, were asking that you put it at the forefront of
your brain or at least in part of your
brain for a few moments.
What will be different about this
school year?
Were going to find out. Right now,
our reporters are compiling lists of

Any questions?
We are tracking down school leaders to
ask them questions about the upcoming
school year. So whats on your mind? Send
us your questions, and well do our best to
get answers.

questions for school leaders about the


new school year.
Are there new classes students and
parents need to know about?
How about scheduling changes?
Was any work done at the schools
over the summer?
Generally, well be asking school
leaders to tell us about things that
you parents, taxpayers and students
need to know before the 2015-16 school
year begins.
Then, we will pass that information
along to you.
Do you have any questions youd like
our reporters to ask? If so, the time to
act is now. The more questions we get
from you, the better prepared we can
be, and the better information we can

pass along to you.


Maybe you are concerned about the
budget (who isnt?). Or maybe youve
heard about a new program that you
think might be ideal for your child. Or
perhaps you are wondering about repairs that were scheduled for your
childs school.
Wed love to get those questions from
you. Just send an email to us so that we
can include them on our lists.
Most school districts have done a lot
in recent years to be more responsive
to questions submitted by the public. It
makes sense. Everyone wants to have
great schools. Everyone wants to keep
taxes as low as possible, while still providing great service. One of the best
ways to achieve these goals is to build a
true public-private partnership between schools and the communities
they serve. And building that relationship starts with effective communication.
So send us your questions. Well do
our best to get answers.

Pedacyclist hit by car, killed on Church Road


The following reports are on file with the
Medford Police Department.
On July 12 at 9:16 a.m., Medford Township police, fire, and EMS units
responded to Church Road in
the area of Trotter Drive for a
pedacyclist struck by a vehicle.
Investigation determined that
the driver was operating a 2008
Hyundai Sante Fe west on Church Road
when she struck a pedacyclist also traveling west on Church Road.
The pedacyclist suffered severe head

trauma and was subsequently pronounced


deceased at the scene. The driver was uninjured and remained at the scene following
the crash.
The crash is under investigation by the Medford Township
Police Traffic Bureau.

police
report

On July 4 at 7:17 a.m., Medford Police responded to a residence on Woodlake Court for a report of a
stolen dirt bike.
Investigation revealed that between July
1-4, an unknown suspect entered an unse-

cured shed and stole a 2005 Yamaha PW 80


dirt bike valued at $800. The investigation
is still ongoing.
On July 5 at 9:33 a.m., Medford Police responded to a residence on Evergreen
Drive for a report of a possible burglary attempt.
Suspects attempted to gain entry into
the residence by prying the rear glass sliding door.
The suspects were unsuccessful in gaining entry and no items were taken.
The investigation is still ongoing.

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JULY 2228, 2015 THE MEDFORD SUN 7

Preserving more Pine Barrens


Burlington County Farmland Preservation Program preserves
five farms, bringing total preserved farm acreage to 28,500 acres
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
The Burlington County Farmland Preservation Programs dedicated trust fund spending is now
at $3.7 million for the year.
Two weeks ago, the program
preserved five more farms, four of
these farms being in the Pine Barrens.
Whether in or out of the
Pinelands, the public support for
the program has remained strong
throughout its 30 years of existence, Farmland Preservation
Coordinator Brian Wilson said.
In 2012, the Burlington County
Farmland Preservation Program
was ranked seventh on the national scale.
Im proud to be part of a program thats been publicly supported and that year in and year
out freeholders have held up as a
priority, he said.
Each year, the organization re-

ceives a new batch of farms. The


2015 batch consists of nine farms,
seven of them being from the
Pine Barrens area.
The county administers the
program based on the New Jersey
agriculture retention and development act, Wilson said.
This law has minimum standards for farms. The county can
impose additional standards or
criteria if need be, but Burlington
County typically does not preserve farms that are fewer than 20
acres.
When preserving a farm, the
program is only purchasing the
developing rights to the farm, not
the land as a whole. The process
of preserving a farm takes about
a year from the time of application to the time of closing the
deal.
The county develops preservation funds using a portion of its
dedicated property tax. As of this
year, that tax is four cents for

Woodford Cedar Run hosts


fundraiser July 23
Woodford Cedar Run has a tip
injured and orphaned wildlife
need help. Now, theyre hoping to
receive some tips in return.
Join special guest Carol Erickson, Philadelphia TV meteorologist for nearly four decades, in
raising a glass to benefit Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge.
Animal ambassadors will mill
about the crowd at this special
event where guests also are invited to bid on baskets in an auction
and participate in a 50/50 raffle.
The event will take place on
Thursday, July 23 from 6-8 p.m. at

The Crow Bar behind Robins


Nest Restaurant (2 Washington
St., Mount Holly, NJ 08060).
Tickets are free; all tips will go
directly to the non-profit, which
is hoping to raise money for
wildlife rehabilitation efforts and
new animal transport containers
for off-site educational programs.
This event is only open to those
ages 21 and older.
Cedar Run is the busiest
wildlife rehabilitation hospital in
the state, and operates entirely
from private funding and donations.

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every $100 of assessed value of


private property countywide and
expects to generate nearly $18
million this year.
Folks in the organization enjoy
not only financially aiding these
people who poured so much time
and devotion into their farms
throughout their lives, but also
interacting with them.
We love meeting the landowners, learning their history and the
sense of pride that they have in
wanting to continue farm operations, Wilson said.
Each year, the Burlington
County Farmland Preservation
Program sets out to achieve an
acreage goal of 1,000 acres.
The preservations that were finalized on July 8 brought the total
of farm acreage preserved in the
past 30 years to more than 28,500
on 230 farms.

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CALENDAR

JULY 2228, 2015

WEDNESDAY JULY 22
Kiddiecize: Ages 3-9. 12:30 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. This
family fitness program is
designed to teach kids about the
importance of healthy lifestyle
habits. Children and caregiver
should come in sneakers and
appropriate workout attire. Registration
required.
Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/kiddiecize-8.
Music Exploration Fun With Violin: Ages 4-6. 1:30 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. The NJ
School of Music will be here each
week this summer to focus on a
new musical instrument. This
week we are having fun with the
violin. The instruments will be
provided for each session. Registration
required.
Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/music
-exploration-fun-violin.
Tween Book Club: The Strange
Case of Origami Yoda: Ages 712. 3:30 p.m. at Pinelands Branch
Library. Calling all tween readers.
Kids ages 7-12 are invited to join
us for a monthly book club. This
month's selection is The Strange
Case of Origami Yoda by Tom
Angleberger. Copies of The
Strange Case of Origami Yoda to
read prior to the club meeting will
be available at the Pinelands
Branch Library to pick up, or call
(609) 654-6113 to reserve a copy.
Registration required. Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/tween
-book-club-strange-case-origamiyoda.
Summer Movies in the Park Series:
beginning at dusk. The movies
will be shown in Freedom Park,
located at 86 Union St. This
weeks film will be Paddington.
Admission is free.
Medford Sunrise Rotary Club:
MedPort Diner. 7:15 a.m. Call 3548104 for information.
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.

THURSDAY JULY 23
Storytime: Ages 4-6. 1:30 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Join
Miss Danielle for stories of all
kinds to be followed by an engaging and creative activity. Registration required. Visit www.bcls
.lib.nj.us/calendar/storytime-9.

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Send information by mail to: Calendar, The Medford Sun, 108 Kings
Highway East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Or by email: news@medfordsun.com. Or you can submit a calendar listing through our
website (www.medfordsun.com).
Live Right with ShopRite Kids
Day: 3:30-4:30 p.m. at ShopRite
of Medford on Route 70 East.
Join Beth Ann, a dietitian, in the
cafe to make a delicious and
nutritious, kid-friendly treat like a
Mango Smoothie. Please advise if
your child has any food allergies.
Sign up at Scrunchys Playhouse
today.
Chess Club: Ages 7-16. 4 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Join
Mr. Rick and his young assistants,
Michael and Ryan, for an hour of
play and/or instruction. Please
bring your chess set along if you
have one. If not, use one of ours.
Registration required. Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/chess
-club-12.
Raise a Glass for Wildlife: Ages 21+.
6-8 p.m. at The Crow Bar behind
Robins Nest Restaurant (2 Washington St., Mount Holly, NJ
08060). Tickets are free; all tips
will go directly to the non-profit,
which is hoping to raise money
for wildlife rehabilitation efforts
and new animal transport containers for off-site educational
programs. This event is only open
to those ages 21 and older.

FRIDAY JULY 24
Let Your Imagination Fly: Paper
Airplanes: Ages 6-12. 3 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Join
Mr. Dennis as he teaches how to
create a variety of paper airplanes. Once you have created a
few planes, a contest will be held
to test which plane flies the farthest. Registration required. Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/letyour-imagination-fly-paper-airplanes.

MONDAY JULY 27
Library Babies: 0-24 months. 10:30
a.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
The littlest library goers are invited to join Ms. Danielle for stories,
songs, rhymes and play time.
Must be accompanied by a caregiver. Registration required. Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/librar

y-babies-16.
Junior Lego Club: Ages 5-9. 3 and 4
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Join the newly formed Junior
Lego Club, especially for the
younger Lego builders. Please do
not bring your own Legos. Registration
required.
Visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/junior
-lego-club-5.
Survivors of Suicide: Fellowship
Alliance Chapel, 199 Church Road.
7 p.m. Call 953-7333 ext. 309 for
information.
Oneness Blessing: Center for Conscious Living, 302 N. Washington
St., Suite 101E, 7 p.m. Call (856)
722-LOVE 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 JULY 28
Concert for Little Superheroes: 2
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
This show engages little capedcrusaders with a novel 60-minute
superhero training experience. It
is designed to be inclusive for all
children and fun for parents and
caregivers. Registration required.
Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar/
concert-little-superheroes-0.
Family Movie Night: The Incredibles: 6 p.m. at Pinelands Branch
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one-third of Americans over the
age of 85 are affected by this disease.
Boswick wanted to change any
preconceived notions some might
have about the disease by creating a short documentary on his
grandmother.
Creating awareness is great,
but I wanted to give people a peek
at what its really like and how a
family that is affected by it handles it, Boswick said.
The documentary delves into
the harsh realities of Alzheimers
disease. Boswick titled his work,
The Word Search.
He interwove three interviews
between his mom, his grandmother and Krista McKay, the director of programs and services
at the Alzheimers Association.
He believed it would be beneficial
to include McKay to also give
viewers an idea of whom to look
toward for help if ever faced with
a similar scenario.
The documentary was originally just a class project for Brian Pistones TV Tech Three class.
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Boswick emotionally, and he
wanted to make sure it had that
same effect on viewers, so he
spent some extra time with it.
He believes evoking emotion in
the audience is vital to the success of any form of art.
Whenever youre creating a
work of art, making something
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cry, or has some sort of lasting
impact on people.
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drawing raw emotion, but
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downfalls.
There were times I had to step
back and remind myself that this
was work, Boswick said. Its
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footage, seeing family members

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Justin Boswick, a rising senior at Shawnee High School, created The


Word Search, a documentary detailing his grandmothers struggle
with Alzheimers disease, as a class project. It was selected to be
aired at the Princeton Student Film Festival on July 23.
crying at times, when I am editing it all.
The documentary has received
quite a response from viewers. In
fact, Boswick was recently informed it was chosen by the
Princeton Student Film Festival
out of 200 films that were sent in
from around the world.
I actually got the email while I
was on set for another movie and
I started freaking out, Boswick
said. I was really honored. Being
recognized for my work is gratifying.
Although Boswick has one
year of high school education left,
he knows he wants to pursue
filmmaking as part of his future.
He plans to begin applying to
film schools in the fall.
Some people view the whole
process of filmmaking as tedious,
but I think it is so much fun to
plan, shoot, edit and see peoples
reactions when you show them
the final product, Boswick said.
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will be airing at the Princeton
Student Film Festival on July 23,
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Mon-Fri 10am-8pm Sat 10am-5pm Sun 12pm-5pm

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