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    www.medfordsun.com FEB. 410, 2015 FREE

    Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 1519Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Police Report . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

    INSIDE THIS ISSUEJazz Festival

    Shawnee to host bandcompetition Feb. 6. PAGE 2

    Your copy of Senior Living Quarterly is inside!

    MIKE MONOSTRA/The SunEven though much less snow fell than forecasted, residents took advantage of the winter weatheraround the township on Tuesday, Jan. 27. Anderson Cerra wears a serious expression as he concen-trates on sliding down the hill at Tomlinson Park in his snow saucer. For more photos, please seepage 12. See a story about the safety of sledding at Tomlinson Park to the left.

    Ready, set, sled!

    By MIKE MONOSTRAThe Sun

    Its a common sight to see whensnow falls in Medford.

    Kids of all ages carry theirsleds to Tomlinson Park acrossfrom the Pinelands Branch Li-brary, where a small hill swoopsdownward toward RancocasCreek. The hill is one of the mostpopular sledding spots in Med-ford.

    Some residents also consider itone of the most dangerous sled-

    ding spots in Medford.Resident Mike Panarella spokeat the Medford Township councilmeeting on Jan. 20 expressingconcern about the safety of kidswho sled at Tomlinson Park. Hewanted to make council aware of how many kids are putting them-selves in harms way at the site.

    Councilman Brad Denn agrees

    By MIKE MONOSTRAThe Sun

    Last weeks snowfall in Med-ford was likely the final storm of the pre-brine era in the township.

    The townships neighborhoodservices department is just a cou-ple steps away from having theability to treat Medfords roadswith brine, a water and salt mix-ture designed to keep snow fromfreezing to the roadways.

    Brine is placed on the road upto 72 hours prior to a storm andacts as a layer between snow andthe pavement. Brine keeps thesnow from sticking to the pave-ment and allows plows to push

    the snow off the road more easily.The brine system was pur-chased last winter to improvesnow removal efforts on townshiproads.

    We want the community toknow were not content with theservice were providing, formertownship manager Chris Schultzsaid during a meeting last Janu-

    Safersledding

    New brinesystem

    will fightslick roadsCouncilmanconcerned about

    Tomlinson Park sledding hill

    please see INSTALLATION, page 10 please see PANARELLA, page 9

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    South Jerseys annual highschool jazz band competition sea-son kicks off Friday, Feb. 6 withthe Shawnee Jazz Festival atShawnee High School.

    Jazz bands from nine area highschools are scheduled to compete.The program includes many pop-ular jazz standards and featuressome very accomplished youngmusicians, including several tal-ented members of the All SouthJersey and All State HonorBands. In addition, there will be aguest performance by local fa-vorite, M-Town Jazz.

    This is not only a showcasefor the tremendous musical talentwe have in our South Jerseyschools, but also a really enter-

    taining evening for the communi-ty. We urge everyone to come outand enjoy a great night of music,said Lisa Bakanas, event coordi-nator and member of theShawnee Band Parents Associa-tion, which organizes the JazzFest.

    Music department facultymembers from area colleges anduniversities will serve as judgesfor the event. Between the setsperformed by local high school

    jazz ensembles, Medfords M-Town Jazz Jam will perform. M-Town Jazz Jam includes several

    professional musicians andmusic educators who rehearseand perform with the students.They are part of the South Jersey

    Music Education Partnership, alocal non-profit that is dedicatedto the development of studentmusicians through scholarshipsfor private instruction, perform-ance opportunities and mentor-ships. More information onSJMEP events will be availablethe night of the jazz festival.

    The jazz festival runs from 5 to10 p.m. Tickets, available at thedoor, are $8 for general admissionand $5 for students and seniors.Seniors with a Gold Pass are ad-mitted free. The Shawnee BandParents will be selling hot food

    and homemade baked goods inthe cafeteria all evening. Thecompetition will be held in theschools auditorium.

    Shawnee Jazz Festival is Feb. 6

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    The following information wasprovided by the Medford Town-ship Police Department.

    On Jan. 22 at 7:49 a.m., MedfordPolice units respondedto Montclair Road for acaller reporting a theftof concrete forms.Upon arrival. contactwas made with the

    foreman for Marone Contractors.The foreman stated that someonestole 23 three-foot by eight-footconcrete forms valued at $300

    each, 10 16-inch by eight-footforms valued at $200 each and 12eight-inch by eight-foot forms val-ued at $100 each. Total loss was$10,100. The investigation into the

    theft is ongoing. Any-one who may haveseen suspicious vehi-cles in the area, or isaware of subjects at-tempting to sell or

    scrap these items. should callMedford police at (609) 267-8300 orthe Anonymous Citizen Tipline at(609) 714-0302.

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    The Medford Woman's Clubwill meet on Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m. atthe Medford Memorial Communi-ty Center.

    Women from Medford and sur-rounding areas are invited to at-tend.

    This will be the last meetingbefore the clubs Mardi Gras Din-ner Dance.

    For more information, visitwww.medfordwomansclub.comor www.facebook.com/Thewom-ansclubofmedford.

    Womans Club to meet Feb. 12

    OBITUARIESThe Sun will print obituaries,

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