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Increasing security
Lenape District makes security
a top concern. PAGE 4
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Alexa Rosen is a native of Med-
ford, but she describes Ocean City
as her second home.
Ever since she could remem-
ber, Rosen attended Night in
Venice, a boat parade taking place
along the citys back bay and la-
goons.
When the opportunity arose
for Rosen to participate in the
Miss Night in Venice competi-
tion, she didnt even hesitate.
I have watched it every year,
Rosen said. I didnt realize I
could be a part of it.
At 15, Rosen just met the mini-
mum age to participate. It was
enough for her to just be a part of
the event.
However, Rosen didnt just par-
ticipate in Miss Night in Venice.
She won the crown of Miss Night
in Venice.
Rosen was crowned the 2014
Miss Night in Venice in a ceremo-
ny at the Moreland Theater after
raising the most money for chari-
Local teen
reigns in
Ocean City
Alexa Rosen named
Miss Night in Venice
NICK COHEN/The Sun
On the afternoon of July 31, the Pinelands Library was transformed into a chocolate factory as Willy Wonka paid children a visit and of-
fered a tour of his magical laboratory. Lucky for the kids, it was not required for them to be quiet in the library on this day as laughing,
screaming and dancing were encouraged.
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please see ROSEN, page 13
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rabies testing on July 25 has test-
ed positive for rabies. The kitten
was in the vicinity of Eaves Mill
Road, Route 541 and Route 70 in
Medford Township. The Burling-
ton County Health Department is
concerned that some individuals
may have been in contact with
this kitten.
To date, the Burlington County
Health Department has deter-
mined that three cats, one dog
and 13 individuals have been ex-
posed. All individuals have been
advised to receive treatment and
the dogs and cats will be follow
strict public health precautions
and will be evaluated for six
months for possible rabies.
The Health Department is ask-
ing for your cooperation in this
matter. If you have been
scratched or bitten by wild life an-
imals or stray cats or dogs in this
neighborhood in the last month,
please contact the Burlington
County Health Department.
Check the status of your pets
rabies vaccine. Have your pet re-
ceive a rabies booster if it spends
time outdoors, outside of your su-
pervision and has not received its
latest rabies shot within the last
three months.
Do not feed stray cats in the
neighborhood. Avoid all wild ani-
mals especially bats, skunks,
foxes, cats and raccoons.
Anyone with questions or con-
cerns can contact Frank Okyere
at (609) 265-5531.
Lil Abner hits the
stage on Aug. 8
The Pinelands Players are pre-
senting Lil Abner, beginning
on Aug. 8 at the Neeta School The-
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Lil Abner is a fun-filled, foot-
stomping musical taken directly
from the comics. The show in-
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humor, and a host of brash and
catchy tunes.
Dates for the show are Aug. 8, 9
and 15 at 7:30 p.m. and Aug. 16 at
2:30 and 7:30 p.m.
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Kirbys Mill and Museum
open Sunday afternoons
Historic Kirbys Mill and Mu-
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Sunday afternoons in August
from 1 to 4 p.m.
The Mill, which dates from
1778, is included on the National
Register of Historic Places and is
a restoration project of the Med-
ford Historical Society.
Visitors will be able to tour the
mill, which houses the societys
collection of local memorabilia,
period costumes, tools and farm
implements.
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Practice is keeping the Lenape
Regional High School District
prepared when it comes to school
security.
District Security and Emer-
gency Management Coordinator
Jim Kehoe reviewed the district's
security procedures at the last
board of education meeting. He
gave a detailed description of
each of the five emergency proce-
dures used by the schools, includ-
ing shelter in place, lockdowns,
evacuations, bomb threats and
fire drills.
Under state law, each school is
required to do one fire drill and
one of the four security drills per
month. Superintendent Carol
Birnbohm said the security drills
are just as important as fire drills.
We're getting the kids familiar
with the other terminology just
as much as they are familiar with
the fire drill, she said.
The drills have allowed the dis-
trict to make improvements to se-
curity. Kehoe said a number of
problems had been exposed in
past years during drills. Some of
the changes in security include
the automatic locking of class-
room doors when they are closed
and amber lights around all em-
ployee entrances to keep people
from entering a building during
an emergency.
One of the ways the district is
able to test its security is through
unannounced drills. Kehoe said
these are not required, but the
district has found them to be use-
ful when evaluating its security
protocol.
We do unannounced drills be-
cause it gives off more of a real
feel, he said.
The drills are not just for the
students. The teachers and staff
are also tested on how they re-
spond to specific situations.
Kehoe said teachers receive
training on all security proce-
dures during an orientation when
they are first hired.
Security top priority in Lenape district
District reviews how drills have helped improved security
please see DISTRICT, page 10
letter to the editor
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Writer: Government handouts
do not make people happier
In survey after survey, for as long as I
can remember, the Danes have consistently
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the world.
Pick up any tourist brochure about Den-
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A bunch of professors at Warwick Uni-
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upon themselves to determine exactly
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They were able to isolate economic and
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In other words, happiness is genetic and
nothing else!
Their research extended to Australia
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page to August, and here we
are, talking about November al-
ready. Were talking about Tuesday,
Nov. 4, to be precise. Thats the date for
the General Election this year.
Yes, temperatures may still soar to
the 90s outside right now, instead of
being in the 60s, 50s or maybe even
40s hopefully not as theyre likely to
be in November. Still, the time both we
as voters and the candidates them-
selves spend now determine what our
lives look like for the next four years.
This fall, there is no big name seat
up for election. Gov. Christie is firmly
entrenched into his post for another
few years, and a successor to President
Obama wont be selected until 2016.
In New Jersey, the two biggest elec-
tions will be for a U.S. Senate seat be-
tween Democrat Cory Booker and Re-
publican Jeff Bell, and a U.S. House of
Representatives seat (1st Congression-
al District) between Republican Garry
Cobb, Democrat Donald Norcross and
independent candidate Scot John
Tomaszewski.
But these elections are just as impor-
tant, if not more so, on a local level.
Throughout New Jersey, municipal
governing bodies and boards of educa-
tion will be holding elections to choose
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Mayors, councilmembers and school
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impact on your daily life than your
governor and president.
The governor and president may be
the sexier post to vote for, but your
trash pickup, your property taxes and
your kids school curriculum has more
of an impact on your day-to-day life,
and those local post holders are the
ones who control those areas the most.
So just because you wont be voting
for the next governor or the next presi-
dent doesnt mean you shouldnt be in
tune with this Novembers elections
and this Novembers issues.
We at The Sun will be providing you
as much election coverage as we possi-
bly can this fall, especially when there
is a contested election at the municipal
level.
If your town has a contested munici-
pal election, expect a full, multi-week
Meet the Candidates series where well
provide you all the detailed informa-
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profiles of the candidates and their
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instead of heading to the polls, dont
fall behind on the issues at hand. What
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on what happens in front of them for
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AUG. 612, 2014 THE MEDFORD SUN 7
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
It was golfing for a good cause
when, on July 22, the K. Kiki Kon-
stantinos Scholarship Founda-
tion held the 22nd annual Kiki
Konstantinos Scholarship Golf
Tournament at Little Mill Coun-
try Club in Marlton.
With their entry fee, golfers
were treated to lunch, prizes, a
cart, greens fees, an awards din-
ner and more, with all the money
raised going to scholarships for
students throughout the four
schools in the Lenape Regional
High School District.
The annual scholarships honor
the memory of K. Kiki Konstanti-
nos, the former longtime Lenape
superintendent who held the posi-
tion for 30 years from 1963 to his
retirement in 1993.
Each year, a total of 16 stu-
dents, four at each district school,
are awarded a $2,000 scholarship,
and this year the foundation will
surpass $400,000 in money award-
ed since its establishment.
Swinging for scholarships
Foundation hosts annual fundraiser July 22
please see EVENT, page 14
ZANE CLARK/The Sun
July 22 marked the 22nd annual Kiki Konstantinos Scholarship Golf
Tournament. The annual tournament raises money for the K. Kiki
Konstantinos Scholarship Foundation, which awards scholarships to
students at the four Lenape Regional High School District schools.
The foundation honors the memory K. Kiki Konstantinos, superin-
tendent of the Lenape district from 1963-1993.
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The district makes sure its
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The school district has been
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DISTRICT
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District to continue security
evaluations, improvements
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Honestly, I was in a daze, she
said. I was so shocked because I
didnt know I was going to win.
The charities Rosen and the
other participants raised money
for were the Sunshine Founda-
tion helping chronically ill chil-
dren, the HERO Campaign for
Designated Drivers and the
Ocean City Food Cupboard.
Each participant receives a
sponsor to help them raise money.
Rosens sponsor was Johnsons
Popcorn.
They give us bins and they let
us put them all over the city and
where our sponsor stores are,
she said.
Rosen made sure to get to know
the charities for which she was
raising money. She saw firsthand
what the HERO Campaign for
Designated Drivers does for the
community. The HERO Campaign
is an organization dedicated to
ending drunk driving. In 2000,
John Elliott, a Naval Academy
graduate, was struck and killed
by a drunk driver. Following his
death, his parents found the
HERO Campaign.
Johns father, Bill, spoke to
Rosen and her classmates at Bish-
op Eustace Prep last year on the
anniversary of his sons death.
It was such a great speech he
gave, and I know it was very hard
for him to say, Rosen said. It
was really nice for him to talk
about that.
Rosen and her family also help
charities in their free time, volun-
teering with the Ronald McDon-
ald House in South Jersey. Meet-
ing with people from the three
charities in this years Night in
Venice was one of the highlights
of Rosens experience.
It was so much fun, she said.
It felt so good seeing them and
seeing how much they helped
their charities.
Rosens lasting memory of the
event is riding at the bow of a
boat carrying the Miss Night in
Venice participants during the
boat parade on July 26. Cruising
down the bay, waving to the crowd
with the crown on her head and
the Miss Night in Venice ribbon
draped over her shoulder is some-
thing she will never forget.
It was so exciting, she said. I
saw all of my family and friends,
and they were cheering me on. I
also watched the other boats. To
be Miss Night in Venice was
amazing.
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Foundation Co-Chairperson
and Evesham Township Council
member Steve Zeuli was on hand
at the event to greet guests and
oversee the events success.
Zeuli said Konstantinos amaz-
ing 30-year career as superintend-
ent was unheard of, and Konstan-
tinos should be remembered for
setting the high standard of ex-
cellence the district still achieves
to this day.
He is the one that I believe
that set the tone for the excellence
in the district, Zeuli said. If you
were able to ask him, I think that
would be the thing that hes most
proud of, the standard of excel-
lence that he set, not just for the
students, but for the faculty and
the staff.
A separate committee within
the foundation determines schol-
arship recipients through the use
of standards set by Konstantinos
himself, and Zeuli said he be-
lieves thats why people can look
at the past recipients and see
truly deserving students.
There are standards that were
set up by Kiki himself, Zeuli
said. He emphasized academics,
athletics and activities, and its
got to be an equal combination of
all those things. I think if you
look at the past winners, youll
see some really terrific kids.
This years event, like past
events, was almost at full capaci-
ty, and Zeuli said it always gets a
great reception.
Well have 120 golfers here
today, Zeuli said at the tourna-
ment. I think we can take
around 122 or 124. Its a full day
lunch, golf, cocktails, dinner, a lot
of raffle prizes, and we have
never had a rainout in 22 years.
One golfer at the event was
Greg D'Orazio from AJM Insur-
ance, which sponsored the lunch
before the start of the tourna-
ment.
DOrazio said the foundation
and the scholarships it provides
were definitely worth supporting.
Theyre great things to be able
to support in the community and
for local businesses to be able to
give back, DOrazio said. It
means a lot. Were happy to par-
ticipate, absolutely. Im looking
forward to it.
Echoing DOrazios sentiments
was John Comegno, with John
Comegno Law Group, one of the
events sponsors for the past
decade.
Comegno said his group ad-
mires the phenomenal education-
al services the district provides,
and hes glad the foundation pro-
vides a way that allows people to
support the Lenape District and
its students.
Ive played in this for close to
20 years, Comegno said. Its a
really fun outing, a great spirit.
Little Mill is a great track, and the
foundation does a great job of or-
ganizing this.
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local students with more than $20,000 in college scholarships this year. Included were Shawnee
and Seneca High School 2014 Scholarship recipients Ryan Dever, Brigid Duffy, Dylan Steltz, Erin
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$199,900
Medford I Office (856) 983-2888
MEDFORD TWP
16 Pine BIvd. 4 BR, 2.5 BA bilevel in Lake
Pine with large deck off dining room, custom
stamped concrete walkways, Jacuzzi tub, fam-
ily room with brick fireplace, bonus room with
workshop, original hardwood floors & 1 car
garage. (Web ID 6381566) $275,000
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MEDFORD TWP
39 Wrentham Dr. 3 BR, 2.5 BA town-
home in Cranberry Lakes with open floor
plan, family room with gas fireplace, ex-
panded morning room & 2 car garage.
(Web ID 6380269) Dir: Jackson to West-
ford to R on Wrentham $339,900
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SHAMONG TWP
24 Wheatsheaf Rd. 3 BR, 2 BA ranch on
a large, private wooded lot with front porch,
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brick fireplace, family room and 2 car garage.
(Web ID 6389642) $295,000
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MEDFORD LAKES
171 Cheyenne TraiI Spacious & elegant
5BR, 3.5BA w/full stone fireplace, granite & stainless
steel in kitchen, MBR on both main floor & 2nd level
w/fireplace, finished bsmt, 2 car garage, fenced
yard, deck, front & back porches. Unique & sophisti-
cated! (Web ID 6362426) $475,000
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MEDFORD TWP
27 Bortons Rd. 4 BR, 3.5 BA contempo-
rary lakefront ranch on 2.6 acres in Braddocks
Mill Lake. Great room with double-sided fire-
plc, private master suite, kitchen w/fireplace,
tennis courts & patio that provides access to
the lake. (Web ID 6414103) $989,900
Medford I Office (856) 983-2888
MEDFORD TWP
4302B Tarnbrook Dr. 2 BR, 2 BA
condo in "The Lakes" w/two master suites,
fresh paint, kitchen w/breakfast bar, built-in
and full appliance package. Custom fire-
place and a balcony with shed. (Web ID
6423568) $179,900
Medford I Office (856) 983-2888
MEDFORD TWP
110 WoodIand Ave. 4 BR, 3 BA Lake
Pine ranch with charming brick front, finished
basement, spacious game room with storage
closets and study area, sunroom, cozy living
room with raised hearth, brick fireplace &
attached garage. (Web ID 6389473) $259,900
Medford I Office (856) 983-2888
MEDFORD TWP
118 N. Ohio TraiI 5 BR, 2.5 BA colonial
w/2 car garage, full semi-finished basement,
new kitchen, fireplace, new wet bar, screened
in porch/sunroom, Dolby Digital Surround
Sound in family room and many more ameni-
ties. (Web ID 6420983) $369,900
Medford I Office (856) 983-2888
MEDFORD TWP
143 Taunton BIvd. 3 BR, 1.5 BA lake-
front contemporary in Lake Pine with horse-
shoe driveway, concrete walkways, art deco
kitchen, multi-level deck, Jacuzzi tub, one car
detached garage, dock & gorgeous views.
(Web ID 6386069) $450,000
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