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MARCH 1622, 2016

Formula 500 race


to aid animals

A taste of spring

Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge continues to create


innovative social media fundraising campaigns
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
For the busiest wildlife hospital in the state, the No. 1 priority
has long been to nurse animals
back to full health and get them
back into the wild as quickly as
possible.
However, the Cedar Run
Wildlife Refuge has witnessed a
separate priority become increasingly more important since the
organization came into existence
in the 1950s.
As the group continues to grow,
it is forced to expand its horizons
and bring in more supplies for
these injured animals, and although the group is grateful for
the donations it receives, space is
at a premium.
Running a refuge is a very
cash-intense business, donor relations manager John Dixon said.
We accept patients from other facilities and wildlife of all kinds
from skunks to baby squirrels
brought in by good citizens, but
there is a cost to doing all of this.
The refuge entails numerous
components, including a nature
center where visitors are wel-

TO DONATE
Donations for the Formula
500 campaign can be made by
visiting www.cedarrun.org
(click on DONATE) on the
home page; or through
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comed and have the opportunity


to check out static displays and a
variety of educational materials.
While this is considered the main
hub on the property, the refuge is
also home to vast educational experiences, including a variety of
programs for homeschool children, numerous summer camps
and a rehab hospital that treats
more than 4,000 injured or displaced animals per year.
The property also includes 1.5
miles of trails people enjoy walking and photographing.
So if we take in an owl for x
number of weeks, we have to add
those costs to the educational programs and basic finances of the
facilities like keeping the heat

SEAN LAJOIE/The Sun

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Hannah Entwistle welcomes the recent warm weather by spending the day at Medfords Freedom Park.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Shawnee seniors
Annual Senior Pinning
Ceremony held. PAGE 6

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

2 THE MEDFORD SUN MARCH 1622, 2016

Police investigate burglaries


The following reports are on
file with the Medford Township
Police Department:
On Feb. 25, Medford Police responded to the Fortune Cookie
Restaurant for a report of a burglary to a shed.
Police learned that
sometime between 10
p.m. on Feb. 24 and 11
a.m. on Feb. 25, unknown actors pried
open the shed to the
rear of the building and stole two
five-pound bags of pepper and a
rubber bin from within.
The bags of pepper were valued at $11 each and the rubber
bin was $10. The incident is currently under investigation.

the property owners between the


times of 11 a.m. and 2:05 p.m.
The incident was turned over
to detectives and remains an active investigation. Anyone with
information or possible leads
should contact Medford Police at
(609) 654-7511 or the anonymous
citizen tip line at (609)
714-0302.

police
report

Medford Township Police recently responded to a home on


Ark Road for a report of a daytime residential burglary. Investigators determined that unknown
actor(s) entered the home and
stole various items belonging to

On March 4 at 9:33
p.m., Medford Police
conducted a random
registration inquiry on Route 70
at Eayrestown Road on a 2002
Mazda 626.
After observing that the registration was expired, police
stopped the suspect vehicle on
Route 70 at Medford Leas Way.
Upon making contact with the
driver, police detected an odor of
burnt and raw marijuana emanating from inside the vehicle.
The front passenger was found
to be in possession of a clear bag
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Police apprehend
Wawa cigarette thief
POLICE
Continued from page 2

Medford Township Police were


dispatched to the Wawa located
on Tuckerton Road for a reported
shoplifting.
The suspect was located fleeing
in the wooded area near Taunton

Road and Holly Drive.


Four packs of Parliament cigarettes were recovered on the defendant and he was arrested. The
defendant was also charged with
defiant trespassing because he
was instructed not to return to
that Wawa as a condition of bail
stemming from a similar incident
in October 2015.
He could not post $7,500 bail
and was lodged into the Burlington County Jail pending court.
Medford Township Police were
dispatched to an apartment in
Eaves Mill for a possible burglary.
Police investigation revealed
that two men allegedly entered an
apartment without the permission or authorization of the property owners.
As a result, they were charged
with criminal trespassing, issued
summons complaints to appear in
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scene while the passenger was issued a summons for possession of
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Girl Scout camp


registration
underway
Spring is coming and summer
is just around the corner! Parents
and children all over New Jersey
are exploring options for what to
do this summer, and camp is on
the top of the list. Camp for Girls,
the premier summer camp program offered by the Girl Scouts of
Central and Southern New Jersey, offers a variety of fun and engaging adventures for girls with
day camps and a resident camp.
Camp Inawendiwin Day Camp
in Burlington County offers programs for girls completing grades
one-12. Camp Inawendiwin offers
programs such as Super Girl,
Savvy Spy and horseback riding.
Last year, a camper told the camp
director that her favorite part of
Camp Inawendiwin was being
brave and making new friends!
Camp Inawendiwin runs from
July 11 to Aug. 19. Learn more at
the open house Smores and
Tours on April 17 from 1-4 p.m.
Camp registration is underway.
For more information about Girl
Scout summer camp or to register, please visit www.campforgirls.org. For more information
about the Girl Scouts of Central &
Southern
NJ,
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MARCH 1622, 2016 THE MEDFORD SUN 5

Three St. Mary of the Lakes School


basketball teams win championship title
St. Mary of the Lakes School in
Medford sent an unprecedented
five teams to the Burlington
County CYO Basketball Championships. Three of the teams (varsity boys, varsity girls and JV
boys) walked away with the title
of champion.
The Burlington County CYO
Championships were held at Holy
Cross Academy in Delran. The
highly anticipated event was well
attended by SML fans. Many parents, teachers and students came
out to support the teams. Former
pastor of St. Mary of the Lakes
Parish and principal of Holy
Cross, Monsignor James Dubell,
was in attendance, in addition to
the schools principal, Nina
Hoover. The SML Athletic Association even provided a hospitality
suite stocked with food, snacks,
and drinks for the students to
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in our opinion

Lets encourage reading all year


National Read Across America aims to turn our children into life-long readers
chools throughout the area recently celebrated National Read
Across America, an annual motivation and awareness day encouraging children to read. While the National Education Association marks the
event on March 2 the birthday of
beloved childrens author Dr. Seuss
many schools turn the reading celebration into a week-long affair.
National Read Across America,
however, goes far beyond March. The
overarching purpose is to create lifelong successful readers. And its our
job to help this purpose come to
fruition.
Start young. Read to your children
every day. According to the U.S. Department of Education, 26 percent of

Your thoughts
How do you encourage reading in your
children? What are the best ways to make
reading fun? Who are some of your kids
favorite authors? We would love to hear
from you and share your answers.

children who were read to three or


four times in the last week by a family
member recognized all letters of the
alphabet. Children who are read to frequently also are more likely to count
to 20 (or higher), write their own name
and read (or pretend to read).
Fill your home with books and magazines. Give your children endless options. The Educational Testing Service
says that the more types of reading
materials there are in the home, the

higher students are in reading proficiency.


Perhaps most importantly, make
reading fun. The U.S. Department of
Education has found that the percentage of high school seniors who read
for fun is in decline, however the
more students read for fun on their
own time, the higher their reading
scores. Instill this lesson from the beginning. Reading is not work; reading
is fun.
And dont forget to be a good reading role model. Pick up a book for
yourself, too. A child who sees their
parents reading will be more inclined
to read on their own, too.
Lets help create a generation of lifelong readers.

Shawnee hosts annual Senior Pinning Ceremony


Students, parents pledge mutual support with exchanging of pins
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
Last Wednesday evenings Senior Pinning Ceremony sponsored by the Renaissance Club marked the first of many emotional times Shawnee High School seniors
will be spending with their parents over
the next three months.
Lenape Regional High School District
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Heather Xenakis, accompanied by LRHSD
Board of Education members David Stow
and Steve Lee, were among the special
guests who joined the seniors and their
parents.
Principal Matthew Campbell kicked off
the night by comparing being the parent of
a teenager to the baking process.
When you begin the baking process,
you have to be very detail oriented, getting
all the ingredients together and making

sure theyre ready to go, Campbell said.


You put it in the oven and you think
youre done and thats not the case.
Campbell alluded to how the students
need their parents now more than ever,
they cant just put the cake in the oven and
walk away or it will burn.
This end process, as frustrating as it
may be, its critical that you stay active in
their lives, he said.
The overall purpose of the evening was
to celebrate this relationship by publicly
pledging their mutual support moving forward and ensuring the students relish in
every moment of their senior year before it
is over.
The parents pledged to uphold the sanctity of the family, acceptance of individual
responsibility and the need for parents to
be role models.
The seniors, in turn, pledged to continue
to honor the trust and faith placed in them

by their families.
We at Shawnee want you seniors to remember to take the love and support of
your families, school community and township with you as you move forward to enjoy
the remainder of your senior year and as
you embark on your new beginnings,
Debra Bunn said.
Bunn is a business teacher at Shawnee
and also a parent of senior Christopher
Bunn, so she thought it would be appropriate to share a few words at the ceremony
having witnessed so many of these students grow up as classmates, playmates,
teammates or even students.
Bunn made it a point to encourage her
students to take the time to appreciate
those whose love, trust and faith surround
them, even after they have moved on to a
new chapter of their lives.
please see BUNN, page 11

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WEDNESDAY MARCH 16
Medford Lakes Garden Club meeting: 11:30 a.m. luncheon and general meeting at Vaughan Community House. Anna Haines will
direct the program Deer Country Gardens. The Garden House
Tour on June 11 will be discussed.
New members welcome. For
more information, contact Claire
Carlyle (609) 654-5434.
St. Patricks Day Make-n-Take
Craft: All day at the Pinelands
Branch Library. Stop by anytime
to make a fun St. Pattys Day
craft. Available while supplies

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Chess for adults and parents: 2:30
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Join 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
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Medford Lakes Garden Club meeting: 11:30 a.m. at Vaughan Hall in
Medford Lakes. New members
and guests welcome. Call 2682333 for information.

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Medford MOMS Club meeting: The


third Wednesday of the month
featuring a speaker. For more
information, visit www.medfordareamoms.com or email momsofmedford@gmail.com.

Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Public Safety


Building, 91 Union St. For more
information and to confirm meeting time, visit www.medfordtownship.com.
Medford Sunrise Rotary Club: 7:15
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THURSDAY MARCH 17
Parachute Play: Ages 2-4. 10:30
a.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Join for a half hour of parachute
games and play time together.
Must be accompanied by a caregiver. Registration requested. Vis-

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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
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Medford Running Company group
run: 6:30 p.m. Meet at Medford
Running Company, 62 S. Main St.
All abilities welcome.

FRIDAY MARCH 18
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4 and 4:15 p.m. at Pinelands
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skills and make a new friend by
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Bunn: Remember
who you are
BUNN
Continued from page 6
She encouraged the students to
remember all of the loving people
in attendance when faced with a
difficult decision in the future.
Remember who you are and
where you came from and you
will always make the right decision, Bunn said.
Campbell referred to this class
as the one that has witnessed the
most change in his 10 years with
the high school.

He could not say enough about


the tremendous amount of leadership portrayed by a group that
could have very well mailed it in
this past year but decided to embrace the changing of the schedule they grew so comfortable with
and make the best of it.
I really wanted to thank them
for that, Campbell said.
To conclude the ceremony, the
parents and the students were led
by 2016 class president Eric Biehn
and his father Gary in the exchanging of the pins as a symbol
of love, commitment, pride and
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MONDAY MARCH 21
Baby Time: 0-18 months. 10:30 a.m.
at Pinelands Branch Library. Our
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


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Lego Club: Ages 5-12. 4 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Join
the Lego Club for creativity and
imagination in action. Please do
not bring your own Legos. Registration
requested.
Visit
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Helping Hand grief support: 7 to 9
p.m. at Fellowship Alliance Chapel,

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TUESDAY MARCH 22
Wii for adults and seniors: 3 p.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. Video
game systems like the Wii allow
you to hit the golf links, play
baseball or visit a bowling alley,
all from the comfort of your
home. Drop by the Pinelands
Library to have a ball. Registration
requested.
Visit
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Environmental Affairs Advisory
Committee: 7 p.m. at Cranberry
Hall, 17 N. Main St. For more information and to confirm meeting
time, visit www.medfordtownship.com.
Medford-Vincentown Rotary Club
meeting: 6:30 p.m. at Braddocks
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MARCH 1622, 2016 THE MEDFORD SUN 13

Campaign hopes to raise $15k


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running and the lights on, Dixon
said.
Luckily the group is innovative
when it comes to brainstorming
new ideas to raise money.
The group recently collaborated on a month-long online/social
media campaign that will run
until the end of March in an attempt to raise $15,000 to fully fund
the cost of food, medicine and
other supplies to prepare newborn wildlife for release back to
natural habitat.
While were proud of our history, a lot has changed since the
1950s so we wanted to come up
with something that would draw
people in and make it easy on
them to donate, Dixon said.
The group took to the social
media side of things, making
Facebook a primary method of
communication to get the word
out about its month-long Formula 500: Race to Fill the Bottle
campaign that mirrors the famous Got Milk promotion to
raise money for the formula needed to nurse the babies back to
health and into the wild.
We have a lot of young minds
here that are tuned in with social
media so we used their creativity
as a sort of team effort to come up
with this idea, he said.
The group uses its Facebook
page to promote its educational
aspect, let the community know
about the newest animals it has
taken in, and also promote the
unique
character
of
the
Pinelands that embodies a symbolic importance to the Medford
community.
The last social media campaign
was the Change Her Flight plan
that aided a severely injured vulture. It raised more than $1,000 in
fewer than 72 hours.
All 31 donors received a personal letter expressing the refuges
gratitude. The organization is attempting to make their generosity infectious throughout the community to fund the growth of this
statewide resource for wildlife rehabilitation, habitat preservation
and education during its busiest

months.
Our supply costs during the
spring months, mid to late March
into June, average out to about
$15,000 each year, Dixon said.
The refuge will try to reach
this number through its monthlong social media campaign.
It also conducted its "Change
Drive for Wildlife" event earlier in
the month in which volunteers
collected coins donated by several
people throughout the community.
The money raised from this
event will be totaled with the
summer camp funds and the 16th
Annual Whiskey, Wine and
Wildlife event coming up in May
to go toward the costs of keeping
the Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge
running at the state-of-the-art
level it is today.
Its an organization built on
joy and compassion, Dixon said.
We have many volunteers that
dedicate their free time to wildlife
because it brings them a sense of
purpose and accomplishment.

Theyre constantly injecting new


ideas to help us grow and serve
the communities that surrounds
us.
Anyone who has any questions
about wildlife in the area or at
their home are encouraged to call
(856) 983-3329.
Donations for the Formula 500
campaign can be made by visiting
www.cedarrun.org (click on DONATE) on the home page; or
through www.gofundme.com/formula500.
Purchase tickets to upcoming
events or find out more information regarding the summer
camps
online
at
www.cedarrun.org or contact
Kathy Cantafio by email at
kathy.cantafio@cedarrrun.org or
by phone at (856) 983-3329 ext. 100.

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the county library auditorium in
Westampton.
In anticipation of her visit,
BCLS also has planned a series of
fun library events, including a
movie night, books discussions,
and a special Girls Night Out

program especially for fans.


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Weiner made her debut with the
New York Times bestseller Good
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To help celebrate the upcoming appearance
of this world-renowned author,
the county library with host a
special showing of the PG-13
movie based on her book on
Thursday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m. in
the auditorium. Admission to the
movie is free and registration is
not required.
In addition, book discussions
focusing on the novels by Jennifer Weiner will be held at all library branches leading up to the
authors appearance. (Registration may be required, so please
check the BCLS website.) The programs include discussions about:
Then Came You (2011) on
March 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the Pemberton Library.
Best Friends Forever
(2009) on March 18 at 2 p.m. at the
Evesham Library.
The Next Best Thing
(2012) on March 18 at 6 p.m. by the
Bordentown Library (at Jester's
European Caf).
In Her Shoes (2002) on
March 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the county library in Westampton.
Goodnight Nobody (2005)
on March 29 at 6 p.m. at the
Pinelands Library in Medford.
All Fall Down (2014) on
April 4 at 7 p.m. at the Cinnaminson Library.
A special Girls Night Out
will also be held on Friday, April 1
at 7 p.m. at the county library and
admission is free. Please check
the website closer to the date for
more details about this fun event.
The Burlington County Library is located at 5 Pioneer
Blvd., Westampton. For more information, visit www.bcls.lib.
nj.us or call (609) 267-9660.

MARCH 1622, 2016 THE MEDFORD SUN 15

Special to The Sun

The St. Mary of the


Lakes boys varsity
team, above, came
home
victorious
with a 64-46 win
over St. Marys Bordentown in the
championship game.
The St. Mary of the
Lakes girls varsity
team
also
was
named champions
with a 37-20 win
over OLGC in the
championship game.

Five SML teams


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had a great time and the school
spirit was overwhelming.
SML varsity girls took a 19-16
lead at half and ran away in the
second half to defeat rival OLGC
37-20 to win the BC CYO championship game. Congratulations to
coaches Terry Cloud, Matt Cloud
and the girls on a great win and
fabulous season.
The varsity boys blew open a
close game with the red hot shooting of Johnny Kennevan to defeat
St. Marys Bordentown and win
the BC CYO championship 66-46.
Congratulations to Coach Malady,
Coach Peterson and the boys on a
great win and season.

Hats off to the JV boys on their


second consecutive BC CYO
Championship, 31-22, over St.
Marys Bordentown. SML successfully defended its JVBL title,
having won three out of the last
four championships. Congratulations Coach Simons, Coach Fish
and to the boys for a great season.
Also, cheers to Kennevan (varsity boys), Matt Fish (JV boys),
and Rory Rensel (varsity girls) for
being named playoff MVPs.
Congratulations to all players
and coaches on a well-played season. Great wins for St. Mary of
the Lakes School. Go Lakers.
St. Mary of the Lakes School is
a coeducational parochial school
serving students from pre-k to
grade eight located in Medford.
Visit www.smlschool.org for more
information.

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High School Districts fifth annual Give to Goodwill clothing
drive competition kicked off on
Monday, March 7 and runs
through Friday, April 15.
During this six-week drive, students, faculty, family and friends
at all four district high schools
will be on a quest to see which
school can collect the most
pounds of donations per student.
Cherokee is the reigning champ,
having captured first place in the
last four Give to Goodwill Clothing Drive Competitions.
This Give to Goodwill community service project was organized
by students and faculty advisors
from each high school in partnership with Goodwill Industries of
Southern NJ and Philadelphia.
Proceeds from the sale of all donations collected fund Goodwills job
training programs and career
services that help local residents
with disabilities and disadvantages get to work.
Since its inception in 2012,

Lenape Regional High School District students have collected


165,760 pounds of donations for
Goodwill.
We are pleased to once again
partner with Goodwill in this
friendly competition between our
district high schools, said
Lenape Regional Superintendent
of Schools Dr. Carol Birnbohm.
This is a wonderful way for students to learn the importance of
recycling and supporting local
philanthropy.
The Give to Goodwill clothing
drive competition coincides with
the spring cleaning season. Goodwill donation containers will be
conveniently located in each
schools parking lot making for
easy access for students, staff and
families to donate gently-used
clothing, accessories, toys, books
and other small household items.
Once a container is full, a
Goodwill truck will empty it;
count the number of bags in it;
and then compute the number of
pounds of donations collected.

Donation results for each


school will be periodically posted
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districts
website
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The school that collects the
most donations (based on pounds
per student) will be crowned the
2016 champion and receive a
plaque to display at their school
until the 2017 competition begins.
In addition, the Volunteer Service Award recipient from each
school will be selected to receive a
$250 scholarship from Goodwill.
Collecting more than 100K
pounds of donations is incredibly
impactful on an organization like
Goodwill, said Goodwill president and CEO Mark B. Boyd. Donations are what fuel Goodwills
job training programs and career
services that help local residents
with disabilities and disadvantages get to work. These donations truly are changing lives for
the better through the power of
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