Weekly Roundup

Catch up on the week that was in Moorestown in the Weekly Roundup.

A dog never too old to learn tricks

Natalie Fisher and beagle Mia know first-hand this myth isn’t true. The Medford residents’ performed at the the 4th Masters Agility Championship at the 2017 Westminster Dog Show.

Resident recognized for 50 years as Boy Scout leade

Medford resident Lee Bealuk has served in a leadership capacity with Boy Scouts of America Troop 20 of Medford for more than 50 years. In recognition of his longstanding efforts, Bealuk received a proclamation in his honor at the Medford Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 21.

Sheriff Stanfield Announces Openings in Equestrian Mentoring Program

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Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield announced that her department’s Equestrian Mentoring Program is accepting interested participants.

Shawnee boys bowling puts past defeats aside to win South Jersey Group IV championship

After years of falling short, the Renegades won the 2017 South Jersey Group IV championship, finishing first in the sectional tournament with a score of 3,175.

Sheriff Stanfield announces next series of classes for Youth Police Academy

Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield announced that classes will begin for her department’s Youth Police Academy on Saturday, March 11. The first session of the program will take place over the course of three consecutive Saturdays, ending on March 25 with a graduation ceremony.

Medford Leas broadcasts performances by world’s top musicians

The LeasMusiCast Series, presented by the Medford Leas Residents Association, will offer residents and community members the opportunity to enjoy captivating performances by top musicians from around the world.

Free Bereavement Support Groups beginning in March

All support groups are led by professionals and provide the opportunity to learn about grief, and to share loss-related experiences in a comfortable, private environment. To register, please call (856) 552–1300, ext. 2507.

Craft and Gift Fair to benefit Shawnee High School Band

The Shawnee Band Parents Association (SBPA) is hosting their annual Spring Craft and Gift Fair on Saturday, March 18, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Shawnee High School, located at 600 Tabernacle Road.

Shawnee students present to Board

Shawnee High School seniors Jack Dougherty and Dana Goldstein presented an overview of student and staff run events to the Lenape Regional High School District Board of Education at its meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15.

Hard of Hearing network to meet Feb. 21 at Rowan College at Burlington County

Coping with hearing loss in the workplace can be challenging, but there are strategies that can help one stay on the job and succeed. Learn more at the Hard of Hearing Professionals Network’s next monthly meeting.

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