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Precious Gems Memorial Run honors lives taken by drunken driver
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Medford Sun
Participants in the Precious
Gems Memorial Run did more
than show their athletic ability at
the June 29 race. They helped
fund a video that will be shown to
students across the area.
According to Maggie Blong,
the mother of Megan Blong, who
was killed by a drunken driver in
1999, the task of speaking over
and over about the loss of her
child has become physically and
emotionally exhausting.
According to the Precious
Gems Memorial website, on
Tuesday, April 6, 1999, the com-
munities of Kill Devil Hills, N.C.,
and Medford, were greatly im-
pacted by a terrible car crash.
A drunken driver with a previ-
ous history of drunk driving ar-
rests ran a red light in Kill Devil
Hills and slammed into a car car-
rying five teenagers.
One of the teens lived in North
Carolina and the other four were
from Burlington County.
The teenagers Blong, Aman-
da Geiger, Shana Lawler and An-
gela McGrady all died at the
crash. Mike Horner sustained se-
rious injuries, but survived.
The drunken driver sustained
minor injuries and was charged
with DWI and other offenses.
The girls were from Medford,
and the race took place at
Shawnee High School.
Its getting too difficult,
By SHANNON CAULFIELD/The Medford Sun
Runners take off for the Precious Gems Memorial Run on June 29 at Shawnee High School to help benefit a video being made on the acci-
dent that transpired in 1999. According to Maggie Blong, the mother of Megan Blong, who passed away at the scene of the accident in 1999,
the task of speaking over and over about the loss of her child has become physically and emotionally exhausting. Currently, Precious Gems
is working with the Art Institute of Philadelphia on the video, which began production in the spring. please see COLOR, page 2
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deliver same message
as Precious Gems
Blong said. Were concentrating
more on Burlington Countys
boot camp, where its a last
chance for teenagers to either go
to jail or boot camp.
The task of speaking on the
tragedy and loss has also taken a
toll on Erin Lawler, the substance
awareness coordinator at Seneca
High School and Shana Lawlers
older sister.
In May, Lawler organized a
Color Run for Seneca students,
due to the challenge of speaking
about the accident.
There are thousands of cross-
es that are erected every year be-
cause someone didn't think,
someone didn't step in and say
something, take the keys. Some-
one's somebody is represented
with each cross, and that isn't
fair, Lawler told The Sun in May.
That's why we created the Pre-
cious Gems Memorial because
we refuse to let their loss be in
vain.
Lawlers intent of the Color
Run was to deliver the same in-
formation the Precious Gems les-
son provided in a lighter manner.
For the past 14 years, I and the
other families have pressed for-
ward and entered new chapters
in our lives, Lawler said. But
there is not a day that I do not
think of my sister. Melissa Mar-
vin [the convicted drunken driv-
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By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Medford Sun
Summer is upon the residents
of Medford with an abundance of
activities through September.
The South Jersey Camera Club
will present a summer exhibit of
its members photographs at the
Medford Arts Center from July 12
through Aug. 18. The public is in-
vited to a free opening reception
on Friday evening, July 12.
Refreshments will be served.
The Arts Center is located at 18 N.
Main St. in downtown Medford.
According to a statement from
the MAC, featured SJCC photog-
raphers will include Ralph
Berglund, Season Bonner, Denise
Bush, John Costello, Jeff Feeny,
Susan Gietka, Amy Golden, Beth
Jackson, Linda Kamholz, Scott
Kern, Kathleen Lapergola, Rich
Lewis, Larry A. Lyons, Rudy Mas-
cellino, Mary McGrath, Gary
Moore, Jan Narducci, Joanna Pat-
terson, Joe Perno, Mike Pillows,
Linda Riccardi, Virginia Rice, Flo-
rence Robin, Bonnie Rovere,
Kacey Rovere, Roberta Rucker,
Dooreen Rutherford, Ken Sichel,
Harry Silvers, Lisa A Sitko,
Christy Spero, Elaine Walsh, Jo
Walter and Pat Worley.
Many of these gifted photog-
raphers exhibit regularly at the
MAC, said Tracey Femiano, the
centers exhibits coordinator. We
are thrilled to have them all to-
gether in such a distinguished
show, said Pat Worley, who teach-
es several photography classes at
the MAC each spring and fall.
For information, visit the SJCC
website at www.sjcameraclub.org.
For more information on exhibits
and other programs at the Med-
ford Arts Center, go to www.med-
fordartscenter.org.
Medford Historical Society
The society holds numerous
events at Kirbys Mill, located at
275 Church Road.
On Sunday, July 14 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., experience Country
Day. Kirbys Mill museum gift
shop will be open.
Black powder rifle demonstra-
tions and a presentation of Civil
War camp life by members of the
Living History Society of New
Jersey will take place, according
to the website.
Visitors will have a chance to
tour the historic Kirby's Mill
housing the society's museum col-
lection. Period crafters will be
seen at work and will include
broommaker Sam Moyer of
Mount Laurel; basketmaker Inger
Bullock of Westhampton; and
deco carver Ray Nyman of Marl-
ton. The Blacksmith Shop will be
operated by Frank Barnaby and
Rick Young Jr., working antique
engines powered by Cole Roberts
of Southampton. A horse tread-
mill will be operated by Larry
Spellman. The society's collection
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earth. The girls, their families
had no say.
In January 2000, Marvin was
found guilty of four counts of
second-degree murder and one
count of assault with a deadly
weapon. She was sentenced to a
minimum of 60 years in prison.
Currently, Precious Gems is
working with the Art Institute of
Philadelphia on the video, which
began production in the spring.
This video will be distributed
to any high school that wants it
when were done at their prom
assembly, health classes or driv-
ers education, Blong said. Its
about a decision that impacts so
many other people.
The video will also be sent to
North Carolina.
People dont realize it, but we
couldnt have done it without this
run, Blong said.
Organizing the most recent
run was a seamless process for
the organization.
Ive been associated with the
Pinelands Striders since 1978,
and as time went on, I ran with a
few friends. After our daughter
was killed, the Pinelands Striders
gave us a call one day to do this
race, father of Amanda Geiger,
Mike Geiger, said. Everyone in
the Striders is wonderful and en-
thusiastic.
According to Geiger, the run
was originally the Independence
Day Run, but with the partner-
ship, it transformed into the Pre-
cious Gems Memorial Run.
Geiger hopes the run will help
raise awareness and inspire peo-
ple to use common sense.
Its hard to measure but we
hope we made an impact on the
others and the community,
Geiger said.
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F
or once, New Jersey should get
some positive national atten-
tion. Last week, the state made
two major moves in a public higher ed-
ucation reorganization in an attempt
to put New Jersey colleges on the na-
tional map.
Rutgers University added two new
medical schools, immediately jumping
the school into the top 25 in the coun-
try for research funding. Gov. Christie
said it puts Rutgers on the path to
being one of Americas great research
institutions.
Rowan University also became a re-
search university through the reor-
ganization, giving New Jersey a solid
foothold of attractive public colleges
in the southern part of the state.
New Jersey is the 11th most popu-
lous state, with 8.8 million people, as of
July 1, 2012, despite being the fourth
smallest state in terms of size. Howev-
er, due to a lack of major public uni-
versities, many of the Garden States
college students were traveling to
neighboring states for higher educa-
tion.
Penn State University, Temple Uni-
versity, the University of Delaware,
the State University of New York, the
University of Maryland and the Uni-
versity of Connecticut are all popular
public school choices for New Jersey
students.
Over the last 10 years, Rutgers and
Rowan have made great strides in
keeping students in our home state,
and last weeks moves only further
that aim. We must continue to im-
prove our public universities, in addi-
tion to focusing on our local K-12 pub-
lic school districts.
If we keep our home-grown stu-
dents in state for public higher educa-
tion, then were all able to reap the re-
wards. If were able to go even further,
well be able to attract outside talent,
and become part of the list of dream
colleges for out-of-state students.
New Jersey is filled with promising
students and bright minds ready to be-
come world leaders.
Lets continue to foster that intelli-
gence, that drive and that desire right
here in New Jersey.
Producing more home-grown talent
Improvements at Rutgers, Rowan may keep students in-state for college
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Senates passes bill that is
anti-U.S. citizen worker
The Senate in its "can't wait to read the
bill or understand its implications" hurry
passed an immigration bill that is the most
anti-U.S. citizen worker legislation ever.
It will affect your income and help insure
any unemployed American stays unem-
ployed longer.
"Registered provisional immigrants" for-
mer illegal immigrants granted legal status
to remain in America, are by this law ineli-
gible for Obamacare.
Employers who hire U.S. citizens as
workers and can't afford to offer health in-
surance would pay a $3,000 penalty. Penal-
ties are not tax deductible, so in effect it will
cost business $5,000 to hire a U.S. citizen
over a formerly illegal immigrant.
Is that change you can believe in?
Now this will especially hurt low-skilled
American citizens. The working poor will
get poorer and suffer yet greater unemploy-
ment. But this will also affect every other
American who still has a job. Because these
11 million illegal immigrants, and it could
be as high as 20 million, will cause all wage
rates downward. If you think getting a
raise is hard now, just wait!
Lenin was famous for saying that a capi-
talist would sell you the rope that commu-
nists would use to hang them.
Now, I can't tell you whether the 68 US
senators who voted for this bill are econom-
ic illiterates or if this legislation is meant
to force US worker wages lower to benefit
certain business interests, but regardless
Americans will be seeing their wages cut if
this becomes law. Is this how Obama wants
to change America, creating certain special
classes of people with special rights?
Can you describe this legislation as any-
thing except un-American as it violates the
most basic of concept of equality of all
men before the law?
It's time to actively oppose anyone who
supported this legislation as they have
shown their true colors.
Bruno Di Stefano
Obama administration deserves
credit for handling of auto crisis
I've never been an admirer of Obama's
economic policies.
However, looking back, and comparing
with the alternatives, the Obama adminis-
tration deserves credit for its handling of
the 2009 automotive crisis.
In one big swoop, the administration
moved in, forcing General Motors and
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Chrysler into Chapter Eleven
bankruptcy closed unprofitable
plants, and slashed jobs, wages
and benefits.
Ford Motor Company followed
in their wake. Out of the smoky
ruins emerged the world's most
competitive automotive industry.
Stop for a second and compare
that with a dwindling and highly
unprofitable car industry in Eu-
rope. In line with good socialistic
ideology, the governments of
France, Italy and Germany are
prioritizing jobs over profitabili-
ty with the inevitable result that
Europe is stuck with an automo-
tive sector in steep decline, fol-
lowed by massive losses of jobs.
Forty percent of European as-
sembly plants are operating in
the red, costing their owners bil-
lions of dollars in losses.
It is assumed that any plant op-
erating below 70 percent of ca-
pacity looses money.
Even worse, carmakers are not
investing in new plants and new
equipment in Western Europe,
and probably never will.
The good news is that Euro-
pean automotive workers earn
$60 per hour, including benefits
compared with $38 per hour in
the US.
The bad news is that the $60
per hour jobs are disappearing
fast.
Not willing to face economic
reality and do what's necessary,
the European governments are
turning a blind eye, allowing the
situation to get worse by the day.
As a matter of fact, these gov-
ernments do not allow carmak-
ers to close unprofitable plants.
Even governments, as you may
have noticed, can't hide from the
economic reality of globaliza-
tion. A few years ago, who would
have thought that BMWs and
Mercedes would be made in the
United States and that 70 percent
of all BMWs and Mercedes made
here would be exported to mar-
kets that would otherwise have
been served by BMW and Mer-
cedes plants in Germany?
Not me and certainly not the
European unions!
Karsten Malmos
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visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Medford Sunrise Rotary Club: Med-
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THURSDAY JULY 11
Paws to read: 10:30 a.m.-11:15 a.m.
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Children are
welcome to practice their reading
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reading aloud to Ocho, a regis-
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children. Sign up for a 15-minute
slot and see what it's all about.
Registration required, visit
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Yoga pretzels: Ages 6-12. 4:30 p.m.
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Yoga Pret-
zels is a fun and vibrant way to
get kids bending, breathing,
twisting and stretching. Guided
meditation at the end of the ses-
sion will help kids develop focus,
self-awareness, and a sense of
calm. Registration required, visit
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Candlelight yoga: 5:30 p.m.
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Please join
us with Babita Kapoor, a regis-
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to learn Yogas ancient science of
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awareness techniques through
posture and breathing; learn
meditation techniques to help
with insomnia and fatigue, and
much more. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Womans Club of Medford meeting:
Cranberry Hall. 7:30 p.m. For fur-
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FRIDAY JULY 12
Library babies: 0-24 months. 10:30
a.m. Pinelands Branch Library, 39
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library goers are invited to join
Miss Danielle for stories, songs,
rhymes, and play time. Must be
accompanied by a caregiver. Reg-
istration required, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
MONDAY JULY 15
Stamping and paper crafting: 6:30
p.m. Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Join us for a
LEVEL 1 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. Note: Please bring your own
scissors, adhesives, and a paper
cutter (if you have one.) Registra-
tion required, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
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.
Helping Hand grief support: Fellow-
ship Alliance Chapel, 199 Church
Road. 7 p.m. Call 953-7333 ext.
309 for information.
TUESDAY JULY 16
Storytime: Ages 4-6. 10:30 a.m.
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Come join
Mr. Rick for stories of all kinds to
be followed by an engaging & cre-
ative activity. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Medford-Vincentown Rotary Club
meeting: 6:30 p.m. at Medford
Lakes Country Club, Medford
Lakes. For more information visit
www.mvrotaryclub.org.
Kids Yoga: 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. at The
Sanctuary for Yoga, 43 S. Main
St., Medford. Call (609) 953-7800
for more information.
Medford Township council meeting:
7 p.m. at the Public Safety Build-
ing, 91 Union St. Regular action
will be taken. For more informa-
tion, visit www.medfordtown-
ship.com.
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Discover lions, tigers and
dragons of the Pines July 21
will be available. An antique hand
printing press in the print shop
exhibit will be demonstrated,
while members of the South Jer-
sey Guild of Spinners and
Weavers will apply their craft on
an antique loom. Other exhibits
include a working demonstration
of the big wheel lathe in the cabi-
net-maker's shop, according to the
website. Admission is free. Re-
freshments will be available.
To volunteer or for more infor-
mation, call (609) 654-7747 (mill
phone) or call John Hines, chair-
man, at (856) 983-0479.
Any member who would like to
extend their hobby by demon-
strating it, please contact Hines.
On Aug. 4, the society will be
holding the annual Art Show and
Sale at Kirby's Mill from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. The event is rain or shine,
and will feature music by various
artists. Light refreshments will be
available. More than 30 artists will
be showing and selling their art-
work to guests.
Parking and admission are free.
For more information, contact
Holly Doyle by phone at (609) 670-
2822 or email Holly@leafpile.org.
Experience the Pinelands
Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife
Refuge offers more than an ani-
mal rescue to guests, including a
picnic area, hiking trails and the
opportunity to meet the resident
animals cared for by the rescue.
Families can visit the center by
making a donation of $5.
If youre looking to experience
more at the center, participate in
one of the many events offered to
guests. On July 21, discover the
Lions, Tigers, and Dragons of the
Pines, an event for all ages begin-
ning at 1:30 p.m. Did you know the
Pines have lions, tigers and drag-
ons? They are all types of insects
found along the trails of Cedar
Run. Guests will go on a hunt for
these fascinating insects and
more. For more information visit
www.cedarrun.org.
The Village of Taunton Forge
Shopping Center, located at the in-
tersection of Taunton Boulevard
and Tuckerton Road, will be hold-
ing its annual Friday Nite Cafe
free concert series, according to a
township release.
Concerts take place in the open-
air gazebo, and area residents are
encouraged to make an evening
with their families at the shop-
ping center. The concerts begin
at 7 p.m. and residents should
bring a lawn chair.
July 12 will feature The Miss-
ing Piece, a high school student
rock band, which can be found on-
line at
www.facebook.com/pages/The-
Missing-Piece. July 19 will be
Charlie Zahm, a Maritime, Celtic,
Scottish and traditional mix of
music, found at www.char-
liezahm.com. On July 26, students
of the NJ School of Music will
play, and on Aug. 2, jazz musicians
Trio of Three will perform. On
Aug. 9, student jazz band M-Town
Jazz Jam will show their stuff,
acoustical roots. Folk/bluegrass
band Branin Road will perform
on Aug. 16. On Aug. 23 acoustic
solo artist Mike Kaufman will per-
form. The Gambone Project will
present its jazz offerings on Aug.
30, and the music students of the
Medford School of Music will
close out the series on Sept. 6.
For more information on the
Friday Nite Cafe concerts, as well
as the listing of stores and restau-
rants, visit them on Facebook or
on the web at www.villageof-
tauntonforge.com.
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