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Wildlife refuge center seeks volunteers

By MIKE MONOSTRA

The Sun

The Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge and Rehabilita- tion Center has more than 4,000 animals come into its care per year. It is also home to numerous small critters such as squirrels and raccoons, as well as large birds such as hawks and eagles. However, the center can only afford to employ a handful of workers and is heavily dependent

on volunteers. That’s why this time of year, the call goes out to the local community to lend a helping hand. The refuge is looking for new volunteers to start in the spring. Volunteer information sessions are kicking off this month, with the first coming on Sunday, Jan.

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Erin Kiefer, a senior educator at the refuge, said the group de- pends on volunteers every year. “A lot of our programs depend on the volunteers, so we need them,” she said. There are a number of oppor- tunities for people looking to vol- unteer. These range from doing work in the hospital to helping with classes and presentations. Some volunteers also clean and maintain the trails on the proper- ty.

“They’ll mostly work with the

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Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge senior educator Erin Kiefer shows off a red-tailed hawk during a presentation last week. The refuge is looking for new volunteers to start in the spring.

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

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Preschool fair set for Jan. 22

The MOMS Club of Medford Area is hosting a preschool fair on Wednesday, Jan. 22, from 10 a.m. to noon at St. Peter's Episco- pal Church on Hartford Road. This is a free event and is open to the public. There will be more than 15 area

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Medford plans for coming year

By MIKE MONOSTRA

The Sun

From technological improve- ments to purchases that will allow for more efficiency, Medford is hoping to turn the corner in more ways than one in 2014. Deputy Mayor Chris Buoni hinted that 2014 will see the town- ship continue to stabilize finan- cially and start moving forward with a few projects. “This year, we’ve kind of turned the corner,” Buoni said. “Now it’s about putting our town- ship into a solid position.” One of the projects that could arrive shortly is a new township website. Medford is looking to make information technology up- dates. Buoni described the town- ship’s current operating system as “antiquated.” The updates to the website could include video streaming and a database for public docu- ments. “The whole concept with our new website will use a new ap- proach for community problem- solving,” Buoni said. The township is also exploring the use of a mobile app to alert residents of problems such as potholes or water main breaks. “If they see a pothole or a water main break, they can con- tact the township directly through their mobile device,” Buoni said. Information technology is just one of the improvements the township is considering. Buoni cited Township Manager Chris Schultz’s work on cutting costs and closing the township’s deficit in the past two years as the rea- son they can look at making more improvements than in the previ- ous two years. “We’ll probably be making some improvements to capital projects,” Buoni said. The township has come up with a way to budget for these im- provements. Buoni said the addi- tion of line items to pay for large purchases over the course of sev- eral budget years would create more stability in how the town- ship is spending on improve- ments.

There are certain projects Buoni believes are more valuable to the township than others. One example is a new leaf collection machine called the Predator. The township tried one of the ma- chines in the winter and could purchase at least one. Buoni said an item such as the Predator is valuable because it only takes one person to operate as opposed to two, and can pick up leaves more efficiently than the township’s current machines. “It would substantially in- crease our efficiency and can keep our staffing costs down,” he said. “I would put a priority on any purchase that would increase our efficiency.” Medford is also looking at mak- ing ordinance changes for build- ings along Route 70. Buoni said council will be discussing making changes to an ordinance that lim- its the size of buildings along the main highway. Changes will be

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animals, cleaning, feeding and handling,” Kiefer said. “Then we also have volunteers who work with kids, with our education birds or camp or that sort of thing. Some people will only come a couple times a year to do our special events.” To introduce volunteers to the various opportunities and see what interests them the most, ori- entation sessions are held during the winter. This allows the center to get a solid list of volunteers to- gether in time for the spring, which kicks off Cedar Run’s busy season. The sessions are structured to touch base on all the different

ways volunteers can help. “They’ll get a tour to start out so they can get an idea of what we have,” Kiefer said. “They’ll get to see the education birds in case they want to work with those and the wildlife hospital. Then they’ll come back and can ask questions and get more information about different opportunities.” Even though part of the cen- ter’s mission is to care for sick or injured animals, volunteers don’t need any kind of expertise to work at Cedar Run. “Some people have a back- ground in different animal-type things, other people are just inter- ested in it,” Kiefer said. “So we’ll teach them what they need to know.” The orientation sessions also explain how scheduling works. Volunteers are taken based on

their availability. They will list which times and days they are available to work when they first register. “We have a certain amount of slots, but it has to do with timing on the shifts,” Kiefer said. “We have different shifts throughout the day, and in the summer, we’re open from nine to nine.” While some shifts feature more volunteers than others, Kiefer said shifts typically have a maxi- mum of five to six people. Anyone who is interested in volunteering can contact Volun- teer Coordinator Sara Walsh at sara.walsh@cedarrun.org to set up a spot at one of the three ori- entation sessions, scheduled for Jan. 12, Feb. 16 and March 16 at 2 p.m. in the education pavilion. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old.

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She is a member of the Fellow- ship Alliance Chapel where she was involved in a number of ministries including Alpha USA. A farm girl at heart, she en- joyed horses and was a member of the NJ Farm Bureau. She is the beloved wife of Lou Muckenfuss for 50 years and the loving mother of Kenneth L. Muckenfuss and his wife Nancy Lynn of Todd, Pa., Richard L. Muckenfuss and his wife Kimber- ly of Washington Township, and Chad L. Muckenfuss and his wife

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in our opinion

Welcome to the new year

2014 figures to be a year full of action for New Jerseyans

T he ball has dropped. The new year is here. Resolutions have been made, and hardly any

have been broken so far. We’re all back

to work, for full, five-day weeks. Life is back to normal. You may be in “settle-down” mode following the holidays, but there is so much to look forward to in 2014. To wit:

• Cold weather

and

lots of snow?

OK, so maybe this isn’t your cup of tea, but the kids in the community are sure to get fired up about this. The new year rang in with blisteringly cold, winter

weather. Will there be more in store? If so, how will affect traffic, business, school and our mood?

• Speaking of weather potentially

the Super Bowl is

coming to New Jersey next month! The Farmers Almanac is predicting pretty

disrupting our lives

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lousy weather for the Sunday, Feb. 2 game. Wonder if the NFL will regret

its decision to host the game in a cold- weather city with a non-enclosed field?

• Online gambling will be in full

force. At the end of November 2013, on- line gambling was rolled out to New Jerseyans, with casinos offering every- thing from online slots to craps to poker. Registered accounts eclipsed the 125,000 mark at the end of December, with numbers rising sharply each week. How high will it go? How suc-

cessful will it be for the casinos? What impact will it have on our economy?

• President Obama’s health-care law

is in (relatively) full effect. Some line items are still to be phased in, but major initiatives such as the public health-care exchange are here. The time is here for the real assessments to begin.

• New Jersey’s minimum wage in-

creased by $1 to $8.25 per hour on Jan. 1. Some think it’ll help workers; others think it will hurt business. What will come of it? As is the case each year, local issues such as school and municipal budgets and elections will be hot topics. And, as always, we’ll be right there along for the ride, keeping you informed on every tidbit of information. Here’s to a prosperous 2014!

Church plans Islamic religion forum for Jan. 12

On Sunday, Jan. 12, the Protestant Com- munity Church in Medford Lakes, also known as Cathedral of the Woods, will sponsor a forum concerning the Islamic re- ligion and its relationship to Christianity. The guest speaker will be Rutgers Pro- fessor M.A.R. Habib, a scholar in the areas of literary criticism, theory and philoso- phy whose interests extend to Islamic phi- losophy and literature. Habib maintains that it is a matter of critical importance to foster improved mu- tual understanding between the Islamic world and Western cultures and he has given numerous talks on various aspects of Islam. He also believes that in developing mutual understanding it is important to

promote and disseminate the skills of criti- cal reading and writing to develop in- formed and responsible participation. Habib is currently working with col- leagues at Rutgers University to develop a cultural diversity of courses, including Is- lamic literature in English translation. This program has been organized as part of an effort by the Protestant Community Church to promote peace and non-violence in the aftermath of the tragic massacre of school children and teachers at Newtown, Conn., one year ago. Other undertakings include a peace pole, which has been displayed at the church and other churches in the commu- nity during the past year.

Habib will speak in the church sanctu- ary, located at 100 Stokes Road, Medford Lakes, at 11 a.m., following the service of worship. It is not a worship service and is open to anyone who has an interest in pro- moting mutual understanding among peo- ple of different faiths and beliefs. The program, which will include time for questions and answers, is to be followed by a luncheon at the Todd Building of the church, which is located directly behind the sanctuary. Since the program will in- clude a luncheon the church would like to know in advance how many people to an- ticipate and it is requested that you phone the church office at (609) 654-4220 if you plan to attend.

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CALENDAR

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WEDNESDAY JAN. 8

Medford Sunrise Rotary Club:

MedPort Diner. 7:15 a.m. Call 354- 8104 for information. Toddler Time: Ages 2 to 3. 10:30 a.m. at Pinelands Branch Library. Join Miss Danielle for stories, songs and a craft or activity. Reg- istration required. Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar.

THURSDAY JAN. 9

The Women’s Club of Medford gen-

eral meeting: 7:30 p.m. at the Medford Community Center. Community-minded women of all ages from Medford and surround- ing areas are welcome. For more information, email kcullen@com- cast.net.

Woman’s Club of Medford meeting:

Cranberry Hall. 7:30 p.m. For fur- ther information, email medford- womansclub@gmail.com.

Storytime with Mr. Rick: Ages 4 to

6. 10:30 a.m. at Pinelands Branch Library. Join Mr. Rick for stories of all kinds to be followed by a

creative

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Registration

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Yoga Pretzels: Ages 6 to 12. 4:30 p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library. Kids will find their connection with the universe through playful yoga poses. Children should wear comfortable, breathable clothes and bring a yoga mat or large towel. Registration required. Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar.

Yoga: 5:30 p.m. at

Pinelands Branch Library. Babita Kapoor will teach yoga’s ancient science of breath control and re- energize your body and mind. Learn self-awareness techniques through posture and breathing. Wear comfortable, breathable clothes. Bring a yoga mat if possi- ble. Registration required. Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar.

FRIDAY JAN. 10

Candlelight

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play time. Must be accompanied by caregiver. Registration

required.

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Visit

MONDAY JAN. 13

Environmental & Open Space Com- mission meeting: 7:30 p.m. on the

second Monday of every month at the Public Safety Building, 91 Union St. Pre-natal Yoga: 6 to 7:15 p.m. at The Sanctuary for Yoga, 43 S. Main St., Medford. Call (609) 953-7800 for more information.

Adult Knitting Club: 10:30 a.m. at

Pinelands Branch Library. Knitters of all levels are invited to join for a three-week series. Bring a project or pick one at class. Bring size 10 knitting needles. Yarn provided. Registration required. Visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us/calendar.

Stamping & Paper Crafting: 6:30

p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library. A level one class in rubber stamping and paper crafting. Learn basic techniques that can be used to make beautiful handmade cards, scrapbook pages and other proj- ects. Bring own scissors, adhesives and a paper cutter (if possible). A bone folder can be helpful, too.

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TUESDAY JAN. 14

Medford-Vincentown Rotary Club

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Want to start off your new year with a resolution to be fit and healthy? The following classes are offered at the Cranberry Hall Sen- ior Center in Medford to assist you in making this resolution a reality. Soft and Gentle Yoga will be held on Monday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. This class will focus on gentle stretching and toning movements to increase flexibility, balance and strength. It is target- ed toward adults who are just be- ginning a yoga practice or those who are less flexible. Course con- tent will be based on the fitness level of participants and will be taught by a registered yoga

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specific muscle exercises de- signed to improve balance and strength. A release form together with a physician's consent form will be required to participate in this program. The new eight-week sessions begin in January. The price per session is $40. You may join at any time and the price will be pro rated. Cash or checks made out to Shanti Yoga can be brought to the first class. Cranberry Hall is located behind the Medford Mu- nicipal Building at 17 N. Main St.

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On Saturday, Jan. 11 at 11 a.m., Dr. David Barile, director of pal- liative medicine services and di- rector of acute care for the Elder- ly Unit at the University Medical Center of Princeton, will inspire older adults to talk about the type of care they want for themselves at a Medford Leas Forum Pro-

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Keith Calmes in concert at Medford Arts Center on Jan. 12

The Medford Arts Center pres- ents classical guitarist Keith Calmes in concert on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 3 p.m. Admission is $10 at the door. Coined a "master musician" by Guitar for the Practicing Musi- cian Magazine, Calmes earned degrees in classical guitar per- formance from the University of Southern California, California State University, Northridge and the Juilliard School. As winner of the Artists International Compe- tition, Calmes made his Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1992. Mel Bay Publications has published

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