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P r e - s o r t e d
S t a n d a r d
U S P o s t a g e
P A I D
B e l l m a w r N J
P e r m i t 1 5 0 1
R e s i d e n t i a l C u s t o m e r
Township
residents
approve
referendum
By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Medford Sun
Medford Township resi-
dents approved a referendum
to retain trash collection and
increase property taxes by
$325 for the average homeown-
er on April 17, representing a
25 percent increase above the
state-mandated 2 percent cap.
Unofficial results had 3,574
residents voting “yes,” and
2,729 voting “no.”
There are 17,138 registered
voters in Medford.
The township was waiting
on the results from the absen-
tee ballot as of Thursday, April
19, but municipal clerk Kathy
Burger said that those votes
would not sway the outcome of
the vote.
Mayor James “Randy” Pace
said the trust residents placed
in the town council humbled
him.
“I’m very pleased that the
residents of Medford had the
opportunity to express their
opinion at the polls,” he said.
Deputy Mayor Frank P.
Czekay, Councilman Jeff
Beenstock and Councilman
Chris Buoni expressed similar
sentiments.
“It’s the first time in my life
that I’ve been happy over a tax
increase,” said Buoni. “I don’t
like taxes. I don’t think anyone
does.”
“Having to pay more in
taxes hurts,” he said, but Med-
please see MORE, page 5
KRISTEN DOWD/The Medford Sun
By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Medford Sun
Shawnee High School’s Animal
Welfare Club will be hosting a
morning of animal adoptions at
an adoption fair on Saturday,
April 28, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Dogs, cats and rabbits will be
available for adoption, according
to club adviser Nicole Strain.
“People looking for that perfect
pet to give a loving and caring
home to will be given the opportu-
nity to meet some of the animals
up for adoption, as well as the
people who run the organizations
responsible for their current
care,” Strain said. “If interested
in adopting from any of the or-
ganizations, they will be able to
fill out an application that day.”
Nine area organizations will be
present at the fair, said student
Cara DuBois, who initiated the
club this year for her Girl Scout
Gold Award.
Attending are Joe Joe’s Place,
the Animal Welfare Association,
Lilo’s Promise Animal Rescue,
Camp Bow Wow, Furrever
Friends, Burlington County Ani-
mal Response Team, Burlington
County Animal Shelter, Kirby’s
Mill, and Greyhound Angels
Adoption.
“We have been reaching out to
local shelters, rescues and organi-
zations that deal with animals so
that they can have tables at the
fair offering information and
bringing animals available for
adoption,” Strain said.
A similar fair was held a few
years ago, but interest in the club
waned until this school year, said
Shawnee High School events co-
ordinator Susan Murphy.
“This is a club that’s run by
kids,” she said. “If we don’t have
kids that are interested in it, then
we don’t run it.”
This year’s club also hopes to
raise awareness of the number of
animals placed in shelters each
day, said Strain.
“The importance of this event
is to promote animal adoption by
providing information and adop-
tion opportunities as well as to
raise awareness of the number of
animals placed in shelters each
day,” she said. “We are hoping to
increase interest in adopting
rather than purchasing dogs from
a breeder.”
Joe Joe’s Place in Medford will
be bringing five to 10 dogs to the
fair, said rescue coordinator
Taryn Lloyd-Drayton.
ANIMAL
ADOPTIONS
Animal Welfare Club to host adoption fair
please see DOGS, page 4
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sessions: one for children ages 7
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The organization was estab-
lished in memory of Joey Lloyd,
who died of an unknown cardiac
arrhythmia when he was 18,in
2008.
After he died, his father decid-
ed to adopt a puppy and ended up
adopting three, which led the fam-
ily to learn about rescuing efforts.
“We had a purebred German
shepherd,” Lloyd-Drayton said.
“We didn’t know any different.”
About a year later, the organi-
zation was formed.
“We get a lot of dogs,” she said.
Last year, about 150 dogs, cats
and one potbelly pig went
through their doors.
The potbelly pig, she said, was
found near the Medford post of-
fice and had been hit by a car. The
organization took her to the vet-
erinarian, she underwent ortho-
pedic surgery, and she ultimately
got adopted by a family in Sha-
mong.
“She’s doing great,” she said.
Many animals have been res-
cued this year as well, she said.
The family retrieves animals
through Pilots ‘N Paws transport
service from high kill shelters in
Virginia and Kentucky.
Recently, 17 puppies were res-
cued through Joe Joe’s Place.
Lloyd-Drayton said a 1-year-old
Siberian husky may be coming.
There is no cost to attend the
fair and view the pups, Strain
said.
The outdoor event will be held
in the cafeteria parking lot, said
Strain, and in case of rain, the
fair will be moved to Sunday,
April 29 at the same time.
Patrons will be able to park in
the main lot or gym lot.
Breakfast foods will be avail-
able for purchase, and other
Shawnee clubs may be selling
items as well, she said.
“We only ask for a donation at
the door that we can offer to a
local shelter, such as a toy, food,
blankets, towels, etc.,” Strain
said.
Contact Strain at
nstrain@lrhsd.org for more infor-
mation.
DOGS
Continued from page 1
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“Medford residents want to ad-
dress the problems in the town,”
he said. “They want to correct the
problems.”
The good news, Buoni said, is
that the potential removal of
trash collection as a municipal
service would not be sent to the
polls in the near future.
“Trash will never be on the
table again,” he said. “At least not
during my four years on town-
ship council. That would be an ab-
solute betrayal of trust.”
Czekay was pleased that more
than 6,000 residents voted.
“Passage of the referendum al-
lows our community to turn the
page on almost a decade of finan-
cial mismanagement and neglect
and start a new chapter,” he said.
“Our focus from this point for-
ward will be to seek out more effi-
cient and cost-effective ways to
provide services to our residents
and aggressively encourage new
business development in the vil-
lage and the Route 70 corridor.”
Medford is still on the mend
from years of mishandling, said
Beenstock..
“It is important to remember
that, even with the successful ref-
erendum, it will take some time
for the public works services,
such as brush collection and bulk
trash, to begin again,” he said.
“We also need, as a community, to
do whatever we can to continue to
tighten our belts and reduce mu-
nicipal expenses. This will mean
that the public works services to
be provided will not be at the pre-
vious levels, but will allow for
proper treatment of all residents
on a responsible basis.”
“The vote (on April 17) is the
first step in making Medford fi-
nancially healthy again,” Been-
stock said.
Pace said the outcome of the
vote gives the committee “breath-
ing room” for dealing with town
issues, calling the approval “one
step in a hundred mile journey.”
As a response to Gov. Christie’s
glaring disapproval of the refer-
endum, Pace said, “Let him be
governor – and I’ll be mayor.”
“The problem doesn’t lie in
Medford,” he said. “It lies in gov-
ernment waste and government
fraud and abuse, and nobody
seems to be addressing it. All I
want to do is give the governor
the facts. There’s 566 municipali-
ties. He’s got other things to do.”
Resident Donna Symons, who
attended numerous council meet-
ings prior to the vote, said she
was happy with the results.
“It wasn't all about trash,” she
said. “Attending the budget meet-
ings presented by council and the
township manager provided in-
sight as to where we stand fiscally.
This information enabled us to
make an educated decision.”
Pace urged residents to not fall
asleep to the issues facing the
town now that the referendum
passed.
“It’s important that the public
MORE
Continued from page 1
More than 6,000 residents voted
please see CONTINUE, page 6
letters to the editor
6 THE MEDFORD SUN — APRIL 25-MAY 1, 2012
Resident once again proud
to live in Medford
For the first time in a long time I can
proudly say, “I live in Medford.” The citi-
zens of this town have shown their ability
to recognize problems and respond with
the correct answers. They are not the au-
tomatons that robotically respond to every
shortfall in the budget with no new taxes.
One of the outgoing council members
who was partially responsible for the fi-
nancial disaster that confronted our town
commented that he was waiting to see
whether the newly elected council mem-
bers, whom he called “rabble-rousers,”
could govern. Thanks to the concerted ef-
forts of our new council and our first pro-
fessional manager in many years, the vot-
ers were treated to honesty and trans-
parency. In the course of many public
meetings, the facts were laid out as to our
choices: more layoffs, fewer services, and a
subsequent diminishment of our town-
ship’s reputation and our home values or
higher taxes.
You can’t get something for nothing, and
nothing but debt was what the previous
councils had left us.
So thank you council members, Mr.
Schultz, and inadvertently, Gov. Christie,
for his ill-advised attempt to interfere in
our referendum.
Our hope is that the worst is over, and
our town will once more be among the
most respected in South Jersey, not the
most embarrassing.
Marlene Lieber
108 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
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in our opinion
A
nyone who doubted the need
for New Jersey to enact
tougher laws against bullying
should read the story of Sawyer
Rosenstein. The Associated Press re-
ported last week that his family had
settled with the Ramsey school district
for $4.2 million.
The reason for the settlement: Back
in 2006, a student with a history of bul-
lying other kids punched Rosenstein
in the stomach, leaving him paralyzed.
The AP story notes that the family’s
lawsuit alleged that the puncher had a
history of being a bully, and that the
school district knew or should have
known about it.
Even more distressing, Rosenstein,
then only 12, had emailed school offi-
cials notifying them that he was being
bullied.
After the death of Rutgers student
Tyler Clementi, the state got tough on
bullying.
In addition to mandating training
and reporting, the law states that bul-
lies can be suspended or expelled from
school.
And that, removing the problem
from schools, will go a long way to-
ward solving the problem.
Some critics of the new law claim it
is too burdensome and could lead to
more lawsuits and additional expenses
for school districts. Well, so be it.
Every child should feel safe at
school. No child should go to school
every day in fear of being attacked,
physically or emotionally. Schools
have to be safe havens.
And it’s hard to believe that school
districts don’t have, or can’t have, a
good idea of who the bullies are. The
kids certainly do.
The law came too late for many N.J.
students, but it is in place now, and we
encourage every school district to
make sure that everything possible is
done to ensure the safety of every stu-
dent.
Simply identifying and then getting
rid of the bullies will go a long way to-
ward achieving that goal.
No doubt about bullying laws
A punch that paralyzed a student leads to huge settlement
Getting tough on bullies
Last week, we saw another reminder
of why it is imperative that school dis-
tricts take a hard line against bullying.
Identify the bullies. Then remove
them from the school.
stay engaged,” he said. “If they don’t, it’ll
never get fixed.”
The public should continue to monitor
every level of government, he said.
According to township manager
Christopher Schultz, the township has
been able to “substantially close” the gap
in the budget created by years of no tax in-
creases and one-time fixes.
“As the tax rates have not been struck
yet, and won't be until late June (or) early
July by the county tax board, I anticipate
the percentage to increase from the cur-
rent 11.66 percent residents pay to the local
government of the overall tax bill,” he
said.
From prior budget hearings presented
by Schultz, services to be restored as a re-
sult of the vote include once per week
trash collection, pick up of bulk trash once
per quarter, Saturday yard hours once a
month, brush collection twice each year,
leaf collection once a year with the first
zone being picked up twice – and Christ-
mas tree collection.
Czekay said the financial health of the
town would be more stable now thanks to
the referendum.
As a still-new council, Buoni said he
wasn’t sure if the public would trust the
members yet.
“This early on in our administration, I
wasn’t sure if we had earned it yet,” he
said. “It’s gratifying to see that they’re will-
ing to believe in us.”
He says he is delighted to be able to help
make a dent in the town’s problems, as he
reminisced on past years of sitting on his
porch with Pace looking for solutions.
“In the grand scheme of things, this is
one step in the right direction,” Pace said.
Continue to monitor government, says mayor
CONTINUE
Continued from page 5
Busy Bees annual
auction on April 28
On April 28, the Medford Unit-
ed Methodist Church Busy Bees
will hold its 19th annual auction
starting at 8:30 a.m. on the church
grounds at 2 Hartford Road, Med-
ford.
There will be a live auctioneer
offering lots of treasures includ-
ing: tools, dishes, antiques, col-
lectibles, books, toys and there
will be gift cards and merchan-
dise from more than 35 local mer-
chants.
Come and enjoy the auction
and nibble on lots of homemade
baked goods and have lunch, too.
AARP meeting, social
hour on April 25
AARP Chapter No. 1698 will
hold its next meeting on April 25
at noon with a social hour and an-
nual bake sale.
This year we will have appro-
priate portions for singles and
smaller families.
A business meeting and guest
speaker, Bonnie Joffe, who will
discuss the topic of downsizing in
her talk entitled “The Upside of
Downsizing,” will follow this.
Members and visitors as al-
ways are welcome.
This meeting will be held at
St.Bartholomew’s Episcopal
Church on Route 70 (1989 Marlton
Pike East) in Cherry Hill.
For more information contact
Jeff Higgins @ 609-654-0703, or at
Jeff@higginsretired.com.
Fireworks fundraiser
on April 28 and 29
Medford Celebrates! fireworks
fundraiser at Johnson’s Corner
Farm includes a weekend of
Chicken Dancing on Saturday,
April 28 and Sunday, April 29.
Johnson’s is donating all pro-
ceeds from dance participants to
Medford Celebrates.
This non-profit, grass-roots
group, is tasked with getting this
year’s fireworks back on track
after a two-year absence.
Adults and children wishing to
strut like a chicken will pay $3 for
a wristband to participate.
The Johnson brothers encour-
age children of Medford to be a
major part of the fundraising
team.
Visit the Johnson’s Corner
Farm website at www.johnsons-
farm.com to get all the details on
how you can be a chicken and for
more information.
For further information, con-
tact Marcia Mondelli at (609) 654-
8643 or
marcia@johnsonsfarm.com.
Johnson’s Corner Farm is lo-
cated at 133 Church Road, Med-
ford.
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Medford Township Planning Board
meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Public Safe-
ty Building, 91 Union St. For more
information and agenda visit
www.medfordtownship.com.
Medford Sunrise Rotary Club:
MedPort Diner. 7:15 a.m. Call 354-
8104 for information.
Cardio Kick and Pilates/Yoga
Classes: Medford Memorial Mid-
dle School. Call 654-2512 for
prices and to register.
THURSDAY APRIL 26
Book Cover Bingo: Ages 7 to 12. 4
p.m. at Pinelands Library. Grab a
bingo card and join the fun. Win-
ners receive a small prize.
Medford Township Council meet-
ing: 7:30 p.m. at Public Safety
Building, 91 Union St. For more
information and agenda visit
www.medfordtownship.com.
Senior Advisory Board Meeting:
Cranberry Hall. 4 p.m.
Sunrise Yoga: Sanctuary for Yoga,
43 S. Main Street. 6 a.m. Call 953-
7800 for more information.
Adult Yoga Class: 7 to 8 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. New to
yoga? Need a refresher? No mat-
ter your level, all are welcome to
this free class. Wear comfortable,
breathable clothes. Don’t eat two
hours prior to class. Bring a yoga
mat, bottle of water and towel.
Wear contacts instead of glasses,
if possible. Aroma therapy includ-
ed. Register by calling (609) 654-
6113.
FRIDAY APRIL 27
Parachute Play: Ages 2 to 4. 10:30
a.m. at Pinelands Library. Half
hour of parachute games and
play time together. Must be
accompanied by caregiver.
Kids Yoga: Sanctuary for Yoga, 43
S. Main Street. 4:15 p.m. Call 953-
7800 for more information.
Medford Arts Center: 18 N. Main St.
1 to 5 p.m. Visit www.artsinmed-
ford.org for information.
MONDAY APRIL 30
Water & Sewer Payments: Last day
for township residents to pay
water and sewer bills without
interest charges. Visit www.med-
fordtownship.com for more infor-
mation.
Level Two Vinyasa Flow: Sanctuary
for Yoga, 43 S. Main Street. 7:30
p.m. Call 953-7800.
TUESDAY MAY 1
Knitting Club: Ages 7 to 12. 4 p.m. at
Pinelands Library. First of a four-
week series. Kids will learn basics
of knitting, with a completed proj-
ect at end of series. Bring size 10
knitting needles. Yarn provided.
Medford Township Council meet-
ing: 7:30 p.m. at Public Safety
Building, 91 Union St. For more
information and agenda visit
www.medfordtownship.com.
Medford Township Architectural
Advisory Board meeting: 7:30
p.m. Visit www.medfordtown-
ship.com for more information.
Medford Township Cultural Arts
Commission meeting: 7:30 p.m.
Visit www.medfordtownship.com
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Join the Woodford Cedar Run
Wildlife Refuge, New Jersey’s
largest multi-species wildlife re-
habilitator, as it celebrates its
10th annual Wine and Wildlife
Festival on Saturday, May 19,
from 4:30 to 8 p.m.
Hosted by Carol Erickson, the
annual event benefits the refuge
and its work.
Guests of this year’s festival
will enjoy wines from France,
Italy and Spain paired with appe-
tizers, gourmet entrees prepared
by renowned wine chef Tony
Lawrence, artwork by some of
the region’s most talented artists,
spirited lucky chance and silent
auctions, beer tasting and live
music by Back Burner.
The festival will be held at the
refuge, located at 4 Sawmill Road,
in Medford.
Tickets are $50 per person in
advance or $60 per person after
May 1 and can be purchased at
Canal’s Wines Unlimited in Med-
ford or at the Refuge.
Sponsorships are available by
contacting Jacqueline Williams
at Williamsj71@comcast.net. For
more information, call (856) 983-
3329.
Purchase tickets for wine and wildlife
Walk MS Medford Lakes is
hosting its third annual event on
Sunday, May 6, as a celebration of
a six-month long campaign where
families, friends, neighbors and
businesses have come together to
raise awareness and funds for
Multiple Sclerosis. The focus has
been to make new connections
that will to support the 13,000 in-
dividuals living with the disease
in the Greater Delaware Valley.
Walk day activities will include
face painting, a photo booth to
capture all the great memories,
food and fun.
Register online at www.walk
4ms.org. Registration is also
available on walk day.
Check in is at 9 a.m. at Vaugh-
an Hall, 79 Tecumseh Trail, and
the 2.7-mile scenic walk kicks off
at 10 a.m.
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Albert Horner, a fine arts land-
scape photographer, will display
his work, “Pinelands: A Visual
Journey,” at the Medford Leas
Gallery from May 1 through June
30.
Horner will hold a reception
there on May 3 from 6:30 p.m. to 8
p.m. and debut a short documen-
tary at 7 p.m. on how he approach-
es his craft and the challenges of
shooting in areas with uncon-
nected roads of sand, thick fo-
liage and erratic weather.
The exhibit will feature 15 im-
ages, including three new fine art
photographs never before
seen.
The short documentary,
“Greeting the Light. A Landscape
Photographer’s Journey,” was
produced by Art Danek, a photog-
raphy instructor at Philadelphia
Community College.
It shows Horner working just
as the sun is rising, walking
through streams and dense brush
to get to the perfect site for his
art.
The images Horner creates
have a soothing, calming effect on
the viewer.
Horner, 65, has won multiple
awards for his work, including
showings at the Medford Arts
Center and the Hammonton Arts
Center.
He is currently exhibiting at
the Seaview Hotel in Galloway for
the Noyes Museum.
Visit www.AlbertHorner.com
for the “Intimate Landscapes”
display and www.Pinelandsim-
ages.com for the entire collection
of his work.
Medford Leas Gallery is locat-
ed in the Medford Leas Complex
on Route 70 near Route 541.
Photography show reception on May 3
Walk MS hosts third event on May 6
The Medford Arts Center will
present its second Antiques and
Art Appraisal Luncheon at Brad-
dock’s Restaurant on Sunday,
April 29, at 12:30 p.m. A three-
course luncheon will be served
and a cash bar will be available.
Admission to the luncheon is $35
for members of the Medford Arts
Center or $45 for non-members.
Pre-registration is required and
may be made on line at www.Med-
fordArtsCenter.org, or in person
at the Medford Arts Center, 18
North Main St. on Friday, Satur-
day or Sunday afternoons.
Reservations should be re-
ceived by April 27. To pay by mail,
please call (609) 654-6485.
Each registrant will be entitled
to carry in one object. Since there
won’t be room for furniture, at-
tendees can bring photographs
showing several views of their
antique chair, table or other piece
of antique furniture. Jewelry will
be displayed in closed glass cases
to ensure security. Paintings or
other works of art can be no larg-
er than 36 inches in one direction
since space is limited. All are wel-
come to attend, with an antique
or just for fun.
Three well-qualified and expe-
rienced appraisers will value
each object. Andrew Bertolino of
Medford will evaluate paintings
and other works of art. He is the
third generation of a family in-
volved in the fine arts and is pres-
ident of Bertolino Arts, formally
Andrews Gallery. For 22 years he
has been a personal property ap-
praiser, providing professional
services in fine arts, antiques and
residential contents. Bertolino
has served as Director of Estate
Division, Fine Art, for Rago Art &
Auction Center in Lambertville.
Ronn Schaffer has been ap-
praising antiques for 16 years. A
member of the International So-
ciety of Appraisers, he is a long-
time antiques enthusiast who has
monitored the auction market for
more than 50 years. Before mov-
ing to Philadelphia, Schaffer sold
antiques from his home at Bishop
Farmstead in Vincentown. He
specializes in American, English
and continental furniture, glass-
ware, china and needlework.
Jack Kronenberger will evalu-
ate antique jewelry. He is a cre-
dentialed as a diamond certifier
by the Gemological Institute of
American and recognized as an
appraiser by the National Associ-
ation of Jewelry Appraisal. As a
gemologist, he is knowledgeable
about diamonds and all colored
gems and pearls. He has owned
JG Kronenberger Fine Jewelry at
417 Stokes Road in Medford for
more than 20 years.
For more information, call
(609) 654-6485.
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DiYenno recognized at
Honors Convocation
Christopher DiYenno of Med-
ford Lakes, a senior business
major at Lycoming College,
Williamsport, Pa., was recognized
as an Institute for Management
Scholar during Honors Convoca-
tion on April 15.
Students admitted to the Insti-
tute for Management Studies
Scholar Program must have an
overall grade point average of
3.25 or higher and have declared a
major or minor in accounting,
business administration or eco-
nomics. IMS Scholars must at-
tend Management Scholar Semi-
nars for two semesters, as well as
successfully complete an appro-
priate internship, practicum or
independent study.
African Violet Club hosts
show, sale on May 19
The African Violet Club of
Burlington County will hold its
22nd annual judged Show and
Plant Sale on Saturday, May 19, at
Medford Leas Retirement Com-
munity, 1 Medford Leas Way, Med-
ford.
The public is invited to come
and enjoy the award-winning dis-
play of beautiful African violet
plants and creative designs.
Educational displays help you
grow beautiful African violets.
Doors open at noon and the event
is held until 5 p.m. There is no
charge to attend.
For further information, call
the club at (609) 758-1138.
Pancake breakfast
fundraiser on May 12
Boy Scout Troop No. 48 will be
holding a pancake breakfast
fundraiser from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30
a.m. on Saturday, May 12, at
Vaughan Hall in Medford Lakes.
Ticket prices for adults are $6,
children, ages 3 to 12 pay $4. Chil-
dren younger than 3 are free.
Tickets will be sold by neigh-
borhood Troop 48 Scouts and are
also available at the door on the
day of the event.
For more information, call
Heidi Polhemus at (609) 714-1617
or heidi@polhemusweb.com.
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Upon arrival, police learned two
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cycles north on Mt. Holly Road
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Students support wildlife refuge
The fourth-grade students of Taunton Forge Elementary School in Medford have adopted a bald eagle through the Adopt-AWild-One program of the Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge. For more information on the refuge, please visit www.cedarrun.org. Last December, the students were treated to a live animal exhibit in their classroom titled “Reptiles & Raptors.” This educational program is called "`Refuge on Wheels." The students were so impressed that they collected a donation of $150 for the care of a bald eagle named Orion who had been injured by flying into high tension wires in Wyoming, leaving him flightless. Orion was transferred by plane to Cedar Run refuge where he has been offered a safe home and personal care for the rest of his life. We salute the efforts of the students of Glen Wigley and Lynda Stone’s class.

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org. and one for children ages 11 to 13 the week of Aug. Camp staff will develop a task list ranging from jobs that require no specific skills to jobs that require someone with carpentry .m. on Sunday . with advance registration required. ative and performing arts summer camp. music and storytelling games. Visit www. fees and to register. For additional information. in Medford. We also make sure that there are tasks for families with small children.MedfordArtsCenter. Certified staff will direct the camps.m. will be offered in two sessions: one for children ages 7 to 10 the week of July 16 to 20. Main St. to noon. 2012 – THE MEDFORD SUN 3 BRIEFS Sign up kids for summer performing arts camp The Medford Arts Center will once again provide area children with a taste of the arts this summer. 6 to 10. .APRIL 25-MAY 1. “Rockin’ Arts. The camp serves six meals during the weekend including a Friday night buffet. participants can join in camp activities to include boating and archery Each family will stay in . For more information. Learn about sustainable energy on April 25 Green Drinks. Fun activities scheduled each day will include drama. All volunteers get to pick their assignments.ycamp. Check in begins at 6 p.org.org to access a camp application. on April 25 at 6 p. as well as comics and poetry writing that will develop the artistic talents of the participants. MEET SHIRLEY FRAGAPANE! Shirley is here to help you make the switch to cleaner.m. will take place at P Whelihans Medford Lakes.” Learn more at www. which will be held in the air-conditioned MAC located at 18 N. The event is funded through an international corporation named “Green Drinks. we’re on the call! INSECT SPRAY Volunteer at ‘Roll Up Your Sleeves’ weekend YMCA Camp Ockanickon will host its Roll Up Your Sleeves weekend April 27 to April 29. Come and join us at camp for a weekend of work and play . hosted by The Energy Team.greendrinks. This is an opportunity to learn about sustainable energy options and to learn about how to preserve our environment. 61 Stokes Road.” a literary cre. After work is completed. College education majors are invited to inquire about intern opportunities at the camps.J. on Friday and the Camp Ockanickon Dining Hall and checkout is 1 p.net or call (609) 714-1497. Each session of the program will cost $100. cheaper and more reliable natural gas! Call her today and learn how you could save up to 70% on your energy costs!! 1-800-822-9276 . their own cabin and will need to bring their own bedding.m. The hours for both sessions are from 9 a. plumbing or electrical skills. please call (609) 6548225 or visit www. email rosebland@comcast. When they fall.

Installers of exterior & landscape . The organization took her to the veterinarian.Drainage/Grading Gina Farally. “We only ask for a donation at the door that we can offer to a local shelter. Breakfast foods will be available for purchase.Cleanups/Mulch . Recently 17 puppies were res. April 29 at the same time. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933. Many animals have been rescued this year as well. Flat Paver Patios 12’x12’ starting at Call for details Enroll by May 4th and Receive FREE Registration. Schedule Your Pool Opening NOW CALL NOW for weekly Service Savings PSA PSA Pet Friends – Grief support for pet owners (800) 404-7387 Alcoholics Anonymous of South Jersey (856) 486-4444 10% OFF New Signed Services Excluding patio specials. she said.Walkways . Patrons will be able to park in the main lot or gym lot.Decorative Block & Boulder Retaining Walls Firepits . she said.” she said. Lloyd-Drayton said a 1-year-old Siberian husky may be coming.com Call for your FREE Spring 2012 Property Improvement Consultation 609-521-6356 Send us your Medford news Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@medfordsun. The outdoor event will be held in the cafeteria parking lot. See Center Director for more details Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum Family Discounts Offered In-House Summer Camp • Individualized Care Experienced Staff • Meals Provided Some of Our Services… • Hardscaping: . After he died.org for more information.Driveways. and other Shawnee clubs may be selling items as well. cued through Joe Joe’s Place. .” Lloyd-Drayton said.in 2008.1144 “Recycle Beautifully” www. who died of an unknown cardiac arrhythmia when he was 18. the organization was formed. . said Strain. got adopted by a family in Shamong. “We get a lot of dogs. towels.Property Design/Layout lighting to enhance a home’s . his father decided to adopt a puppy and ended up adopting three. The family retrieves animals through Pilots ‘N Paws transport service from high kill shelters in Virginia and Kentucky . Last year.Patios . There is no cost to attend the fair and view the pups.Cobble Stone Curbing & Fireplaces $1995 • Landscaping: • Lighting: . she underwent orthopedic surgery and she ultimately .4 THE MEDFORD SUN — APRIL 25-MAY 1. blankets. such as a toy food. & Steps . The potbelly pig. Fax us at (856) 427-0934.” Strain said. “We didn’t know any different. she said. patios & more. Center Director 5 Skeet Road • Medford. and in case of rain.” she said. etc. Strain said. “We had a purebred German shepherd. . about 150 dogs..com. cats and rabbits will be at April 28 fair DOGS Continued from page 1 The organization was established in memory of Joey Lloyd.” About a year later. NJ 08055 (609) 654-7477 • efarally@klcorp. “She’s doing great. was found near the Medford post office and had been hit by a car. GRAND OPENING WOMEN’S CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES 8 Trading Post Way Medford Lakes (just behind PJ Whelihan’s) 609.Shopivygreen.Tree & Shrub Installation architectural features.654.Power Washing/Paver Sealcoating tree. which led the family to learn about rescuing efforts. Landings. Contact Strain at nstrain@lrhsd. 2012 Dogs. cats and one potbelly pig went through their doors. the fair will be moved to Sunday . gardens.com .

“At least not during my four years on township council. “Trash will never be on the table again.” Czekay was pleased that more than 6. pet care concerns.APRIL 25-MAY 1. is that the potential removal of trash collection as a municipal service would not be sent to the polls in the near future. Pace said the outcome of the vote gives the committee “breathing room” for dealing with town issues. Buoni said. and probate matters. Power of Attorney. NJ (609) 654-5489 We make it simple. “Medford residents want to address the problems in the town. Esq. All I want to do is give the governor the facts.” she said. Health Care Directive. “Our focus from this point forward will be to seek out more efficient and cost-effective ways to provide services to our residents and aggressively encourage new business development in the village and the Route 70 corridor. even with the successful referendum. WHY GO ANYWHERE ELSE? Need an oil change? Need a car wash? Why not get both at the same stop without getting out of your car! $5.” “The problem doesn’t lie in Medford.000 residents voted MORE Continued from page 1 ford is aware of the deep-set problems at hand and the need for a solid solution.00 OFF Full Service Lube We’ll take care of your Will. page 6 Don’t leave a tangled mess for your loved ones to deal with after you’re gone. calling the approval “one step in a hundred mile journey . it will take some time for the public works services. and nobody seems to be addressing it. “They want to correct the problems.” Medford is still on the mend from years of mishandling. as a community to .” Resident Donna Symons.” he said.” he said.” Beenstock said. and easy to understand! Marlton Classic Car Wash On Route 70 West & Executive Lube Center (Next to Canal’s) (856) 988-7212 We are now scheduling SPRING/CLEANUPS . There’s 566 municipalities. Change Oil Filter • Check Air Filter Check and Fill All Vital Engine Fluid Levels Inflate Tires to Proper Levels $1. “It lies in government waste and government fraud and abuse. This will mean that the public works services to be provided will not be at the previous levels. such as brush collection and bulk trash. thorough. “It wasn't all about trash. Pace said. said she was happy with the results. “Let him be governor – and I’ll be mayor. “It’s important that the public please see CONTINUE.” “The vote (on April 17) is the first step in making Medford financially healthy again. Christie’s glaring disapproval of the referendum.” he said. Medford. Main Street. This information enabled us to make an educated decision. “Passage of the referendum allows our community to turn the page on almost a decade of financial mismanagement and neglect and start a new chapter.50 OFF Basic Car Wash Soft Gentle Chamois Cloth Gary Woodend.” he said.” The good news. who attended numerous council meetings prior to the vote. “It is important to remember that. said Beenstock. do whatever we can to continue to tighten our belts and reduce municipal expenses. but will allow for proper treatment of all residents on a responsible basis.. That would be an absolute betrayal of trust. 5-C N. He’s got other things to do.” As a response to Gov. “Attending the budget meetings presented by council and the township manager provided insight as to where we stand fiscally . 2012 – THE MEDFORD SUN 5 More than 6.” he said.” Pace urged residents to not fall asleep to the issues facing the town now that the referendum passed. “We also need. to begin again.000 residents voted.

this is one step in the right direction. . Haddonfield. a good idea of who the bullies are. Thanks to the concerted efforts of our new council and our first professional manager in many years. he said. via fax at 856427-0934. To submit a news release. and nothing but debt was what the previous councils had left us. Identify the bullies. Alan Bauer letters to the editor Resident once again proud to live in Medford For the first time in a long time I can proudly say “I live in Medford. The Associated Press reported last week that his family had settled with the Ramsey school district for $4. And that. Marlene Lieber The Sun is published weekly by Elauwit Media LLC. I anticipate the percentage to increase from the current 11. a student with a history of bullying other kids punched Rosenstein in the stomach. “This early on in our administration. free of charge. the state got tough on bullying. “As the tax rates have not been struck yet.” He says he is delighted to be able to help make a dent in the town’s problems. “In the grand scheme of things. Our hope is that the worst is over. Ph.” could govern.D. too. zens of this town have shown their ability to recognize problems and respond with the correct answers. Include your name. we saw another reminder of why it is imperative that school districts take a hard line against bullying. pick up of bulk trash once per quarter. The reason for the settlement: Back in 2006. . and a subsequent diminishment of our township’s reputation and our home values or higher taxes. and we encourage every school district to make sure that everything possible is done to ensure the safety of every student. and won't be until late June (or) early July by the county tax board. it’ll never get fixed.J. NJ 08033. Jr. NJ 08033 856-427-0933 A nyone who doubted the need for New Jersey to enact tougher laws against bullying should read the story of Sawyer Rosenstein. you can drop them off at our office. “It’s gratifying to see that they’re willing to believe in us. or via the mail. Then remove them from the school. Serkalow Kathleen Duffy OPERATIONS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR DIGITAL MEDIA DIRECTOR ART DIRECTOR Joe Eisele Tim Ronaldson Tom Engle CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER VICE CHAIRMAN Russell Cann Barry Rubens Michael LaCount.66 percent residents pay to the local government of the overall tax bill. brush collection twice each year.6 THE MEDFORD SUN — APRIL 25-MAY 1. Well.” he said. PRODUCTION MEDFORD EDITOR Kevin Canessa Jr. for his ill-advised attempt to interfere in our referendum. The Sun welcomes suggestions and comments from readers – including any information about errors that may call for a correction to be printed. leaving him paralyzed. Mr. Brief and to the point is best. ELAUWIT MEDIA GROUP CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD VICE CHAIRMAN Dan McDonough. the voters were treated to honesty and transparency In the course of many public . Every child should feel safe at school. have to be safe havens. as he reminisced on past years of sitting on his porch with Pace looking for solutions. The AP story notes that the family’s lawsuit alleged that the puncher had a history of being a bully and that the . school district knew or should have known about it. Mary L. so be it. 108 Kings Highway East. Czekay said the financial health of the town would be more stable now thanks to the referendum. SPEAK UP The Sun welcomes letters from readers. Continue to monitor government. students. We do not print anonymous letters. The law came too late for many N. Saturday yard hours once a month. call 856-427-0933 or email advertising@medfordsun. fewer services. For information. and our town will once more be among the most respected in South Jersey not the . says mayor CONTINUE Continued from page 5 stay engaged. Rosenstein.” The citi. No child should go to school every day in fear of being attacked. I wasn’t sure if we had earned it yet. PDFs of the publication are online. 2012 in our opinion No doubt about bullying laws A punch that paralyzed a student leads to huge settlement 108 Kings Highway East Haddonfield. the facts were laid out as to our choices: more layoffs.com. and inadvertently Gov. Of course. Christie.com. will go a long way toward solving the problem. Simply identifying and then getting rid of the bullies will go a long way toward achieving that goal. sixmonth subscriptions are available for $39. leaf collection once a year with the first zone being picked up twice – and Christmas tree collection. services to be restored as a result of the vote include once per week trash collection. From prior budget hearings presented by Schultz. meetings. It is mailed weekly to select addresses in the 08055 ZIP code. bullied. had emailed school officials notifying them that he was being Getting tough on bullies Last week. so we look for letters that are 300 words or fewer. And it’s hard to believe that school districts don’t have. According to township manager Christopher Schultz.” he said. The Medford Sun reserves the right to reprint your letter in any medium – including electronically. 3rd Floor. Buoni said he wasn’t sure if the public would trust the members yet. After the death of Rutgers student Tyler Clementi. but it is in place now.com. In addition to mandating training and reporting. or can’t have. Some critics of the new law claim it is too burdensome and could lead to more lawsuits and additional expenses for school districts. physically or emotionally Schools . They are not the automatons that robotically respond to every shortfall in the budget with no new taxes.2 million.” Pace said. GENERAL MANAGER & EDITOR Steve Miller Alan Bauer VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES Ed Lynes NEWS PUBLISHER MANAGING EDITOR. removing the problem from schools. Send letters to news@medfordsun.” he said.” The public should continue to monitor every level of government. then only 12. For advertising information. please call 856-427-0933. please email news@medfordsun. You can’t get something for nothing. the township has been able to “substantially close” the gap in the budget created by years of no tax increases and one-time fixes. NEWS MANAGING EDITOR. whom he called “rabble-rousers. most embarrassing. the law states that bullies can be suspended or expelled from school.99. The kids certainly do. address and phone number. So thank you council members. If you are not on the mailing list. Schultz. Even more distressing. “If they don’t. One of the outgoing council members who was partially responsible for the financial disaster that confronted our town commented that he was waiting to see whether the newly elected council members. As a still-new council.

Organic. 9:30AM-6PM FRI 9:30-5PM • CLOSED SATURDAY 175 Route 70 Sharps Run Plaza 609-654-5475 10 years in business! www. Medford. For further information. Johnson’s Corner Farm is located at 133 Church Road.allensfeed.com for coupons and specials! 609-268-1191 204 Carranza Road Tabernacle DEAL WITH THE PROFESSIONALS! GOLD • SILVER • COIN • JEWELRY • SILVERWARE 10K • 14K • 18K • 22K • 24K • PLATINUM We pay TOP DOLLAR on Gold in the United States! SPECIAL EXTRA FREE FREE GOLD REPAIR WATCH BATTERY $30 856-795-0039 $20 FOR ANY REFERRAL! CHERRY HILL 809 Marlton Pike HOURS: SUN. Adults and children wishing to strut like a chicken will pay $3 for a wristband to participate. accessories.johnsonsfarm. This year we will have appropriate portions for singles and smaller families. -FRI.Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church on Route 70 (1989 Marlton Pike East) in Cherry Hill. is tasked with getting this year’s fireworks back on track Everything you need to keep your pet happy and healthy! AARP meeting. Come and enjoy the auction and nibble on lots of homemade baked goods and have lunch. after a two-year absence. who will discuss the topic of downsizing in her talk entitled “The Upside of Downsizing. toys and there will be gift cards and merchandise from more than 35 local merchants.CASHFORGOLDCHERRYHILL.com. antiques. Holistic. grass-roots group. books. . bedding and more! Fireworks fundraiser on April 28 and 29 Medford Celebrates! fireworks fundraiser at Johnson’s Corner Farm includes a weekend of Chicken Dancing on Saturday . collectibles. or at Jeff@higginsretired. bird seed. social hour on April 25 AARP Chapter No. the Medford United Methodist Church Busy Bees will hold its 19th annual auction starting at 8:30 a. The Johnson brothers encourage children of Medford to be a major part of the fundraising team. Allen’s Feed & Pet Supply Best Kept Secret in Tabernacle! Carrying the finest in dog and cat food. too. There will be a live auctioneer offering lots of treasures including: tools.7PM CLOSED SATURDAY We buy everything! Everything has value! MEDFORD HOURS: MON. Members and visitors as always are welcome.APRIL 25-MAY 1.com to get all the details on how you can be a chicken and for more information.com. Visit the Johnson’s Corner Farm website at www. dishes. A business meeting and guest speaker. 10AM . Grain free Dog Foods $1.” will follow this. This meeting will be held at St. This non-profit. Medford. 1698 will hold its next meeting on April 25 at noon with a social hour and annual bake sale. April 28 and Sunday April 29. Bonnie Joffe.00 OFF Visit www. 2012 – THE MEDFORD SUN 7 BRIEFS Busy Bees annual auction on April 28 On April 28. pet toys. DOGS AND CATS GET ALLERGIES TOO! Try our many natural. For more information contact Jeff Higgins @ 609-654-0703.-THURS. Johnson’s is donating all proceeds from dance participants to Medford Celebrates. contact Marcia Mondelli at (609) 6548643 or marcia@johnsonsfarm.m. on the church grounds at 2 Hartford Road.com .

bottle of water and towel. Medford Township Council meeting: 7:30 p. Adult Yoga Class: 7 to 8 p. located at 4 Sawmill Road. 4 p. Sponsorships are available by contacting Jacqueline Williams at Williamsj71@comcast. 7:15 a. FRIDAY APRIL 27 Parachute Play: Ages 2 to 4. Sunrise Yoga: Sanctuary for Yoga. Must be accompanied by caregiver. field dressing. Aroma therapy included. Medford Township Council meeting: 7:30 p.m. Wear contacts instead of glasses. 4 p. as it celebrates its 10th annual Wine and Wildlife Festival on Saturday May 19.com for more information.PAGE 8 CALENDAR information and agenda visit www. Guests of this year’s festival will enjoy wines from France.m.Stuyvesant Manor. Visit www.medfordtownship. the former estate of Hollywood Icon Sidney Poitier which is also licensed as a bed and breakfast. YOUR CARING GUIDE FOR ALL ASPECTS OF INFERTILITY Located a short distance from Albany. We will run photos if space is available and the quality of the photo is sufficient. . call (856) 9833329. Register by calling (609) 6546113. 10:30 a. All of our packages include a full hunting excursion. Send information by mail to: Calendar.m. if possible.m.m. 43 S. 91 Union St.m. Wear comfortable.m. in writing. ALLEN MORGAN.com. Main St.medfordsun. For more MONDAY APRIL 30 Water & Sewer Payments: Last day for township residents to pay water and sewer bills without interest charges. Bring size 10 knitting needles. Medford Township Architectural Advisory Board meeting: 7:30 p. artwork by some of the region’s most talented artists. 1 to 5 p. Ste. WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 Medford Township Planning Board meeting: 7:30 p.com. beer tasting and live music by Back Burner. The Medford Sun. Or you can submit a calendar listing through our Web site (www. TUESDAY MAY 1 Knitting Club: Ages 7 to 12. Don’t eat two hours prior to class. 201.m. Ste. at Public Safety Building. a corporate retreat. 43 S. FACOG 856-334-8030 Elmwood Business Park 775 Rt.com).medfordtownship. 70 West. Visit www. First of a fourweek series. from 4:30 to 8 p. Purchase tickets for wine and wildlife Join the Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge. at Pinelands Branch Library. NY. Stuyvesant Outdoor Adventures is a perfect spot. the annual event benefits the refuge and its work. Kids will learn basics of knitting. gourmet entrees prepared by renowned wine chef Tony Lawrence.m.m.com. NJ 08033. 43 S.medfordtownship.com. Main Street.medfordtownship. Grab a bingo card and join the fun. Medford Township Cultural Arts Commission meeting: 7:30 p. New Jersey’s largest multi-species wildlife rehabilitator. THURSDAY APRIL 26 Book Cover Bingo: Ages 7 to 12. Half hour of parachute games and Send us your Medford news Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@medfordsun. MD. all are welcome to this free class. APRIL 25-MAY 1. two weeks prior to the date of the event. at Pinelands Library.m. 7:30 p. MD. Call 654-2512 for prices and to register. FACOG DAVID CORLEY.com for more information. at Public Safety Building. at Pinelands Library. 4 p. Fax us at (856) 427-0934.com for more information. licensed guide. For more information and agenda visit www. Every attempt is made to provide coverage to all organizations. Tickets are $50 per person in advance or $60 per person after May 1 and can be purchased at Canal’s Wines Unlimited in Medford or at the Refuge. 2012 Level Two Vinyasa Flow: Sanctuary for Yoga. Yarn provided. information must be received. Medford Arts Center: 18 N.artsinmedford. Whether you're looking for a short getaway. Call 3548104 for information.net. 4:15 p. with a completed project at end of series. Senior Advisory Board Meeting: Cranberry Hall. Haddonfield. Call 9537800 for more information.org for information. at Pinelands Library.com .m. For more information. in Medford. Lakewood www.shorelvf. 108 Kings Highway East. as well as all meals and accommodations at our newly remodeled lodge . Winners receive a small prize. Call 953-7800.m. Or by e-mail: news@med fordsun. Medford Sunrise Rotary Club: MedPort Diner.medfordtownship.m. New to yoga? Need a refresher? No matter your level. a camping weekend or even a seminar with guest speakers and instructors. Main Street. at Public Safety Building. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933. The festival will be held at the refuge. Hosted by Carol Erickson. breathable clothes.medfordtownship. play time together. Call 9537800 for more information. Visit www. Cardio Kick and Pilates/Yoga Classes: Medford Memorial Middle School.com. Stuyvesant Outdoor Adventures offers custom tailored packages and accommodations for serious and casual hunters alike. 70 East. 91 Union St.m. F-120. Main Street.m. spirited lucky chance and silent auctions. 6 a. Bring a yoga mat. WANT TO BE LISTED? To have your Medford meeting or affair listed in the Calendar or Meetings. Marlton 732-363-4777 • 475 Rt. For more information and agenda visit www. Kids Yoga: Sanctuary for Yoga. Visit www. Italy and Spain paired with appetizers. 91 Union St.

m. He is currently exhibiting at the Seaview Hotel in Galloway for the Noyes Museum.” was produced by Art Danek. on how he approaches his craft and the challenges of shooting in areas with unconnected roads of sand. The images Horner creates have a soothing. neighbors and businesses have come together to raise awareness and funds for Multiple Sclerosis.m. The focus has been to make new connections that will to support the 13. Walk MS hosts third event on May 6 Walk MS Medford Lakes is hosting its third annual event on Sunday May 6. including showings at the Medford Arts Center and the Hammonton Arts Center. at Vaughan Hall. friends.7-mile scenic walk kicks off at 10 a.AlbertHorner. including three new fine art photographs never before seen. a six-month long campaign where families. a photography instructor at Philadelphia Community College. thick foliage and erratic weather. and debut a short documentary at 7 p.com for the “Intimate Landscapes” display and www. The exhibit will feature 15 images. It shows Horner working just as the sun is rising. Register online at www.walk 4ms. as a celebration of . Horner. The short documentary . Roofing Tear Offs & Reroofs • Skylights Design/Build your Additions (your plan or ours) Cedar & Mahogany Decks • Trex Decks • Vinyl Railings Windows • Doors • Finished Basements • Gentle Hygienists and Dentist • Phobic Friendly • Sedation available on site • Nitrous Oxide • Tooth Whitening • Supportive Team • Implant Dentistry • Laser Dentistry • Digital X-rays • Beverage Bar • Payment Plans through Care Credit • Delta Dental Premier Provider • Cosmetic Composite restorations with Minimum Tooth Removal • Neck wraps. 2012 – THE MEDFORD SUN 9 Photography show reception on May 3 Albert Horner. a photo booth to capture all the great memories. Visit www. Registration is also available on walk day .com for the entire collection of his work. Medford Leas Gallery is located in the Medford Leas Complex on Route 70 near Route 541.” Gallery from May 1 through June 30. has won multiple awards for his work.m.APRIL 25-MAY 1. walking through streams and dense brush to get to the perfect site for his art. “Pinelands: A Visual Journey at the Medford Leas . will display his work.m. a fine arts landscape photographer.Pinelandsimages.org. food and fun. “Greeting the Light. 65.000 individuals living with the disease in the Greater Delaware Valley .m. to 8 p. Check in is at 9 a. calming effect on the viewer. Horner will hold a reception there on May 3 from 6:30 p. A Landscape Photographer’s Journey . 79 Tecumseh Trail. Warm Towels • Velscope for Oral Cancer Screening . and the 2. Walk day activities will include face painting.

glassware. All are welcome to attend. has been a personal property appraiser. Pre-registration is required and may be made on line at www.com Call us now to design for Spring & Summer 2010 construction starts. This fundraiser for the Medford Arts Center will be held this year on Sunday. A member of the International Society of Appraisers. He is the third generation of a family involved in the fine arts and is president of Bertolino Arts. Bertolino has served as Director of Estate Division. He has owned JG Kronenberger Fine Jewelry at 417 Stokes Road in Medford for more than 20 years. Each registrant will be entitled to carry in one object. he is knowledgeable about diamonds and all colored gems and pearls.MedfordArtsCenter.org. please call (609) 654-6485. Schaffer sold antiques from his home at Bishop Farmstead in Vincentown. Fine Art. Since there won’t be room for furniture. Before moving to Philadelphia. Admission to the luncheon is $35 for members of the Medford Arts Center or $45 for non-members.com. As a gemologist.m. Three well-qualified and experienced appraisers will value each object. April 29. Fax us at (856) 427-0934. with an antique or just for fun. attendees can bring photographs showing several views of their antique chair. Send us your Medford news Have a news tip? Want to send us a press release or photos? Shoot an interesting video? Drop us an email at news@medfordsun. call (609) 654-6485. . professional appraisers . English and continental furniture. For more information. on Friday Satur. or in person at the Medford Arts Center. April 29. A threecourse luncheon will be served and a cash bar will be available. dentialed as a diamond certifier by the Gemological Institute of American and recognized as an appraiser by the National Association of Jewelry Appraisal. china and needlework. day or Sunday afternoons. Jack Kronenberger will evaluate antique jewelry He is a cre.org for reservations. for Rago Art & Auction Center in Lambertville. DONA CHY Special to The Sun Attendee's at last year's Antiques Appraisal Luncheon at Braddock's enjoy lunch as Jack Kronenberger .assesses a piece of jewelry. He specializes in American. art appraisal luncheon on April 29 The Medford Arts Center will present its second Antiques and Art Appraisal Luncheon at Braddock’s Restaurant on Sunday . To pay by mail. ARCHITECT 33 WEST SECOND ST • MOORESTOWN. Andrew Bertolino of Medford will evaluate paintings and other works of art.m.MedfordArtsCenter. he is a longtime antiques enthusiast who has monitored the auction market for more than 50 years. at 12:30 p.one of three certified. table or other piece of antique furniture. at 12:30 p. Before DAVID DONACHY. antiques and residential contents. formally Andrews Gallery For 22 years he . Ronn Schaffer has been appraising antiques for 16 years. Jewelry will be displayed in closed glass cases to ensure security Paintings or . Call the editor at (856) 427-0933. 2012 After Antiques. Free initial consultation. other works of art can be no larger than 36 inches in one direction since space is limited. NJ 08057 856-231-9595 • donachyarchitect@aol. Go to www. providing professional services in fine arts.10 THE MEDFORD SUN — APRIL 25-MAY 1. 18 North Main St.com daviddonachyarchitect. Reservations should be received by April 27.

Students admitted to the Institute for Management Studies Scholar Program must have an overall grade point average of 3. as well as successfully complete an appropriate internship. Children younger than 3 are free.25 or higher and have declared a major or minor in accounting. to 10:30 a. practicum or independent study . children. call WEBER SPONSORED CHEF WILL BE DEMONSTRATING GRILLING TECHNIQUES AND TIPS FOR USING YOUR GRILL! • Sample tastings (while supplies last) • Select from a variety of Weber grills. sale on May 19 The African Violet Club of Burlington County will hold its 22nd annual judged Show and Plant Sale on Saturday May 19. The public is invited to come and enjoy the award-winning display of beautiful African violet plants and creative designs. Pa. Cicalese. ford.APRIL 25-MAY 1. 2012 – THE MEDFORD SUN 11 BRIEFS DiYenno recognized at Honors Convocation Christopher DiYenno of Medford Lakes. the 22nd largest accounting firm with offices in the Philadelphia area.. For more information. NJ 08053 harperscdj@live. lyle African Violet Club hosts show. SELL IT TO: 856-983-2400 902 Route 73 North • Greentree Square Marlton. at .com.m. 48 will be holding a pancake breakfast fundraiser from 7:30 a. Pre-order only. Mulford. parts & accessories PSA Pet Friends – Grief support for pet owners (800) 404-7387 Every Bloomin’ Thing . Wilson & Co. Ticket prices for adults are $6. For further information. Tickets will be sold by neighborhood Troop 48 Scouts and are also available at the door on the day of the event. ages 3 to 12 pay $4. Heidi Polhemus at (609) 714-1617 or heidi@polhemusweb. Doors open at noon and the event is held until 5 p. on Saturday May 12. at . Vaughan Hall in Medford Lakes. Medford Leas Retirement Community 1 Medford Leas Way Med. Ukrainski received his master’s of accounting from Chatham University in 2011. . . Shapiro. Make Her Day! MOTHER’S DAY DINNER Complete with instructions for a thoughtful meal! Serves 6 people. Adams.com Pancake breakfast fundraiser on May 12 Boy Scout Troop No. IMS Scholars must attend Management Scholar Seminars for two semesters. call the club at (609) 758-1138.. IF YOU DON’T WANT IT OR WEAR IT. There is no charge to attend. was recognized as an Institute for Management Scholar during Honors Convocation on April 15. Williamsport.m. Ukrainski joins accounting firm Alloy Silverstein.m. a senior business major at Lycoming College. business administration or economics. is pleased to announce the addition of the following accountant to its staff: Jeremy Ukrainski is a Medford resident and 2010 graduate of Cabrini College. Educational displays help you grow beautiful African violets.

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