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    www.medfordsun.com JULY 31 - AUGUST 6, 2013 FREE

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    Down 17 percentfrom last year. PAGE 2

    By NICK COHENThe Medford Sun

    For one week of the year, thedarkness and quiet of thePineBarrens are replaced with thesounds of carousels, carnivalgamesand the aroma of home-cooked goodies. That week waslast week as thePine Barrens Fes-tival celebrated 25 years.

    Its been a great success, an-other greatcommunity-buildingevent, Father Andrew Jamiesonof Church of theHoly Eucharistsaid on the opening night of thefestival. We justwant everyoneto turn out and enjoy a great timewith their familiesand children,enjoy great food and great enter-tainment. Its a greattime.

    The annual festival takes placeon the Church of The HolyEu-charists property and continuesto be the biggest event on there-gions calendar. Between 35,000and 40,000 visitors wereexpectedto visit this year and enjoy thefamily friendlyatmosphere,

    while supporting a good cause.The money goes directly to

    the parish and its upkeep for theyear. Its our biggestfundraiserfor the church, Jamieson said.We need a new roof, withtheproject beginning in September,and $70,000 is slated for thatsowere hoping the festival can go along way in raising that.

    More than 450 volunteers do-SHANNON CAULFIELD/The MedfordSun

    Ominous skies threatened patrons of the 25th annual Pine BarrensFestival on July 22. Food vendors, live music and rides fromMajesticMidways provided the entertainment for the annualcelebration.

    Pine Barrens Festival celebrates 25 years

    please see RESIDENT, page 11

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    Bloomfield Business Park

    401 Bloomfield Drive #4West Berlin, NJ 08091

    (856) 768-9503www.Balletnj.org

    Now accepting registrations online atwww.academyofballetnj.orgfor dancers ages 3 to

    18 years of age for the 2013-2014 Academic year.Training inBallet is fun when taught byexperienced, energetic and caringteachers. Yourchild will gain poise, confidence and a lifelongloveof the arts by training in a caring and non-competitiveenvironment. In addition, your childwill receive the necessarytechnical instruction toguarantee his or her transition to the nextlevel indance. It would be our privilege to answer anyquestionsabout your child's dance goals. Please

    call 856-768-9503 to arrange a time to speak withDavidGallagher, Artistic Director of Ballet NJ, orto request a 2013-2014brochure.

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    Auditions for the 30th annual production of the"Nutcracker" willbe held on: Sunday, August 25,

    2013 at the Academy of Ballet NJ, 401 BloomfieldDrive, WestBerlin, NJ. The audition is open to 4

    to 18 years of age. Pre-register online atwww.balletnj.org or bycalling 856-768-9503.

    Prepare for the Nutcracker Audition duringBallet NJ's AugustIntensive, August 19, 2013

    through August 23, 2013. Call: 856-768-9503now, to reserve yourchild's place. There will be a

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    JULY 31 - AUGUST 6, 2013 5

    BRIEFSFuture Engineers

    Summer Camp in August

    Stefani Kirk, technologyteacher at Shawnee High School,will berunning a "Future Engi-neers Summer Camp" Aug. 13-15from 9-11:30a.m. and Aug. 20-22 3-5:30 p.m. Allow your son ordaughter, ages8-13, to create theirown solar car and water bottlerocket!

    The cost is $100 per week, orparents can sign up for bothweeksfor $150.

    Only 16 students will be accept-ed.

    Email [emailprotected] withany questions.

    Historic Kirbys Mill andMuseum open SundaysHistoric Kirbys Milland Mu-

    seum will be open to the public onSunday afternoons inAugustfrom 1-4 p.m.

    The mill, which dates from1778, is included on the National

    Register of Historic Places and isa restoration project of theMed-ford Historical Society.

    Visitors will be able to tour themill, which houses thesocietyscollection of local memorabilia,period costumes, tools andfarmimplements.

    Admission is free.For more information, call

    (609) 654-7767.

    Send us your

    Medford news

    Have a news tip? Want to sendus a press release or photos?Shootan interesting video?Drop us an email [emailprotected]. Faxusat 856-427-0934. Call the

    editor at 856-427-0933.

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    6 THE MEDFORD SUN JULY 31 - AUGUST 6, 2013

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    EDITOR EMERITUS Alan Bauer

    Finally, nine months after Super-

    storm Sandy touched ground,

    New Jerseys economy is gain-

    ing momentum.

    A report released last week by Wells

    Fargo, the states second largest bank

    by deposits, says that federal and in-

    surance money flowing into the stateto aid in the Sandy recoverystarted to

    pay dividends in the first half of 2013,

    and should continue to propel the

    economy for the rest of this year.

    According to the report, the state

    added 4,200 construction jobs from

    January to June of this year. The

    same time last year, the industry lost

    4,500 jobs.

    Its a great sign for the state. Gov.

    Christie estimated New Jersey suf-

    fered $37 billion in damage from the

    storm. Approximately 22,000 homes

    were left uninhabitable and 325,000

    others were significantly damaged.

    Now, in the dead of the summer,with the start of hurricaneseason ap-

    proaching again, construction is heat-

    ing up, fueling the states overall eco-

    nomic recovery.

    The Wells Fargo report wasnt all

    peachy, though. While New Jerseys

    economy was significantly better in

    the first half of this year compared to

    last, it still lags behind national aver-ages. Six percent ofall mortgages are

    in foreclosure, the second-highest rate

    in the country behind only Florida.

    Housing prices grew only 2.9 percent

    year over year, while the national aver-

    age stood at 12.2 percent. New Jerseys

    unemployment rate dropped almost a

    point in the last year, and that trend is

    expected to continue, but it still sits at

    8.7 percent compared to the national

    average of 7.6 percent.

    These stats beg the questions:

    Should we compare New Jersey to the

    rest of the country? Or should we justcompare the Garden Stateto itself ?

    New Jersey is a very unique state in

    that its economy is fueled strongly by

    two major metropolitan regions whose

    city is in another state. The economy

    works differently here. Employment

    works differently here. Elections work

    differently here. So why, then, if we

    are an outlier, must we compare our-

    selves to others?

    For once, we need to focus on our

    own recovery, and ensure we are

    adding as many jobs as we can, no

    matter what our stats look like com-

    pared to every other state.

    Recovery finally catching a breakConsiderable momentum gained infirst half of 2013, report says

    Your thoughts

    Should we rejoice in the positive outlookfor New Jerseyseconomy? Or shouldwe be worried that we lag behind therest of thecountry? Let your voice beheard through a letter to the editor.

    police reportsThe following is on file with the Med-

    ford Township Police Department:

    Medford Township Police announce thearrest of seven subjectsinvolved in threeseparate home invasions and the attempt-ed murderof a quadriplegic Medford man.

    On July 18, police arrested 18- and 19-year-old suspects of Mt.Laurel, for con-spiracy to commit murder, criminal at-

    tempt to commit murder, armed robbery,burglary, theft andweapons offenses.

    The arrests were a result of a five-month investigation, whichbegan on Feb.24. At approximately 2:11 a.m,. four indi-vidualsentered the home of the 47-year-

    old disabled man while he slept.The four suspects intended torob the

    victim, however two of the suspects hadalso conspired to killthe victim.

    One of the suspects was armed with aknife and attempted to killthe victim as heslept in his wheelchair. However, he wasstopped byone of the co-conspirators be-fore injuring the victim.

    On May 7, at 2:55 a.m., the four men re-

    turned to the victims home and stole asafe containing jewelry,knives and person-al documents.

    The investigation revealed that one ofthe suspects hadorchestrated these threeincidents, recruiting associates tocommit

    these crimes.The orchestrator was lodged in Burling-

    ton County Jail in lieu of bail set at$855,000. One of the Mt.Laurel suspectswas arrested at his home and lodged inlieu of bailset at $800,000. Police seized his2010 Dodge Challenger used duringthecommission of the crime.

    The second Mt. Laurel suspect was ar-rested in Ocean City, Md.,and awaits an

    extradition hearing.The 20-year-old suspect of Moorestown

    was charged and released.The last remaining three suspects,of

    Bellmawr and Philadelphia, were chargedand are currently wantedby police.

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    WEDNESDAYJULY 31Discover underground animals:

    Ages 5-10. 2 p.m. PinelandsBranch Library, 39 Allen Ave.,

    Medford. Learn about animalsthat prefer to live on the groundandunder the ground. Meet liveexamples up close and in personto findout why life for these spe-cial creatures is better downdeep.Presented by the New Jer-sey Academy for Aquatic Sci-ences.Registration required, visitwww.bcls.lib.nj.us.

    Medford Sunrise Rotary Club: Med-

    Port Diner. 7:15 a.m. Call 354-8104 for information.

    THURSDAYAUGUST 1Storytime: Ages 4-6. 10:30 a.m.Pinelands BranchLibrary, 39

    Allen Ave., Medford. Come joinMr. Rick for stories of all kindstobe followed by an engaging andcreative activity.Registrationrequired, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.

    Yoga pretzels: Ages 6-12. 4:30 p.m.Pinelands Branch Library,39Allen Ave., Medford. Yoga pret-zels is a fun and vibrant waytoget kids bending, breathing,twisting, and stretching.Guidedmeditation at the end of the ses-

    sion will help kids develop focus,self-awareness and a senseofcalm. Registration required, visitwww.bcls.lib.nj.us.

    Candlelight yoga: 5:30 p.m.Pinelands Branch Library, 39AllenAve., Medford. Please joinus with Babita Kapoor, a regis-teredShakti Om Yoga instructor,to learn yogas ancient science ofbreathcontrol and re-energizeyour body and mind; learn self

    awareness techniques throughposture and breathing;learnmeditation techniques to helpwith insomnia and fatigue,andmuch more. Registrationrequired, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.

    FRIDAYAUGUST 2Library babies: 0-24 months. 10:30

    a.m. Pinelands Branch Library, 39Allen Ave., Medford. Ourlittlestlibrary goers are invited to joinMiss Danielle for stories,songs,

    rhymes, and play time. Must beaccompanied by a caregiver.Reg-istration required, visitwww.bcls.lib.nj.us.

    MONDAYAUGUST 5Stamping and paper crafting: 6:30

    p.m. Pinelands Branch Library, 39Allen Ave., Medford. Join usfor aLevel 1 class in rubber-stampingand paper crafting. Learnbasictechniques that can be used tomake beautiful handmadecards,

    scrapbook pages and other proj-ects. Note: Please bring yourownscissors, adhesives and a papercutter (if you have one.)Registra-tion required, visit

    www.bcls.lib.nj.us.

    Pre-natal Yoga: 6 to 7:15 p.m. at TheSanctuary for Yoga, 43 S.MainSt., Medford. Call (609) 953-7800for more information.

    Survivors of Suicide: FellowshipAlliance Chapel, 199 ChurchRoad.7 p.m. Call 953-7333 ext.309 for information.

    Oneness Blessing: Center for Con-scious Living, 302 N.WashingtonSt., Suite 101E, 7 p.m. Call (856)722-LOVE forinformation.

    TUESDAYAUGUST 6Lego club: Ages 7-12. 3 and 4 p.m.

    Pinelands Branch Library, 39Allen Ave., Medford. Join our

    Lego Club for creativity andimagination in action. Kids canworkindividually or in teams tocreate this months challenge.The themewill be revealed at theLego Club session. Please do notbring yourown Legos. Snacksmay be served. Registrationrequired, visitwww.bcls.lib.nj.us.

    Medford-Vincentown Rotary Clubmeeting: 6:30 p.m. at MedfordLakesCountry Club, MedfordLakes. For more informationvisitwww.mvrotaryclub.org.

    Kids Yoga: 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. at TheSanctuary for Yoga, 43 S.MainSt., Medford. Call (609) 953-7800for more information.

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    nate their time to the event fromboth within and outsidetheparish. The parish maintains allthe booths, and the only partofthe event run by an outsidesource is the rides.

    Majestic Midways continuesto be great in providing therides,

    and they draw a lot of people tothe festival, Jamiesonsaid.After 25 years, the thought may

    be that not much would changeyear to year, but for the firsttimea classic car show was part of thecelebration.

    We had more than 70 cars and15 monster trucks, Jamiesonsaid. Wehoped it would bringmore people, come see the carsthen check outthe festival or getsomething to eat. Were definitelyhappy about itbeing a part of the

    event.Its not all funnel cakes and

    games as each night of the festi-val is dedicated to honoring aVol-

    unteer of the Year from the differ-ent Pineland towns in thearea.

    Each town nominates two peo-ple and the festival committeemakesthe selection of who is Vol-unteer of the Year, said MaryFischl,chairperson of the Cul-ture and History and Nature Re-sources tentat the festival, in ad-dition to organizing Volunteers ofthe Year.The award is given tosomeone who has made an out-standingcontribution to the cul-

    ture, history and natural re-source of the Pine Barrens, Fis-chlsaid.

    Bob Egan was the recipient of

    Medfords Volunteer of the Yearaward.

    Egan has served in leadershiproles for the Medford YouthAth-letic Association for the past 10years, including the role ofvicepresident.

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    The Medford Celebrates Foun-dation has funded the Fourth of

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    dents entered in the system, Bew-ley said.

    We view it as a very effectiveprogram, he said.

    According to Meder, the infor-mation used from New WorldSys-tems assists in identifying crimepatterns in Medford that maybesimilar in other towns.

    It makes information in othertowns a little more readilyavail-able. For instance, we can talk toEvesham if something popsup,like a rash of burglaries, and talkto them about how to stopit,Meder said.

    In addition to New World Sys-tems, the departmentutilizesFacebook to provide information

    to residents.One of the things we have

    done is maintain a good relation-ship with homeownersalliancesthroughout the township, Medersaid, noting the Facebookpageand email alerts to the alliancesnotify them of crime patterns.Ifwe see something thats affectingthe township, we to try makepeo-ple aware of whats going on sothey can be more vigilant.

    Meder suggests simple solu-tions to preventing crime, includ-inglocking doors at night or whenresidents have left the property.

    Medford is a safe place, butpeople need to be cognizant oftheirhomes. Something as simpleas locking your doors candeter[criminals], Meder said. Wewant to have a betterrelationshipwith the public to communicatewith them. Theyre oureyes andears.

    There are 28 officers on Med-ford Townships police force.Ac-cording to Meder, at the height ofemployment, there were asmanyas 49.

    Meder recently applied for agrant that would allow the town-shipto hire more officers.

    The council has allowed us toapply for the grant. Hopefullyitwill work out, Meder said.

    Meder wants to remind resi-dents there are multiple waystoreport crime in Medford, includ-ing the citizen tip hotline,theFacebook page, the website and ageneric email to which theycansend in anything.

    To report crimes in the area,call the confidential tip lineat(609) 714-0302, contact the police at(609) 654-7511, or throughemail [emailprotected].

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