Stacey Hollenbeck would like to form a "barking chain", a way for Lakers to not very tech savvy. Would like to be able to include email addresses also. Thank you.reach out when a pet is missing or found instantly. I think it would be ideal if we could have at least one person from each trail. We could have everyone grouped as barking chain and send a mass text to the chain. Please contact Stacey at 609-364-3000 if you’re interested. Also would need someone to help with the tech aspect as I'm
On this website you can find out how to teach appropriate dog-to-dog introductions, prevent barking, and be aware of other peoples’ space and feeling, and so much more!
Remember – there are leash laws in Medford Lakes and always scoop the poop!Thanks!
Best wishes with your dog – new or old.
SURPRISE SOMEONE WITH A FLOCK OF FLAMINGOS!
Arrange to have a flock of flamingos land in their yard (Medford or Medford Lakes) for 5 days. After 5 days they will fly off to another yard. A flyer will be placed in the recipient’s mailbox acknowledging the occasion. It may also be anonymous if you wish.
The fee is $10.00. Please make checks payable to GSCSNJ Troop 21568 and put the check and the information below in an envelope and place it in the pink folder on the porch of 128 Manhasset Trail.
BEAUTY WITH BENEFITS The Medford Lakes Women's Club (MLWC) will be selling gift certificates to Nadine Janet starting now and continuing indefinitely.See the top of page 2 of this Newsletter for information about our advertiser, Nadine Janet.You can purchase in any denomination and use them for whatever service or operator you choose. Scott and Nadine, Medford Lakes’ colonists, will donate 15% of all sales to our organization. They have been very strong supporters of the MLWC so if you are new to the area give them a try. Please tell all the people you know to call Maribeth at 654-2924 or email to email@example.com (please add Nadine Janet in the subject line of your email) to order. These gift certificates will never expire and make wonderful gifts for the hard to buy for crowd.If you know someone who is a regular customer there, please encourage them to pre- purchase certificates for services they normally purchase. Mother's Day is right around the corner.Thank you for all your support.
A brilliant answer to our big poo problem here in the Lakes! Poo Fighters, Unite! Click on:
If you have good shoes that you no longer wear please bring them to 79 Tecumseh Trail – Demby Annex so they can be mailed to a Shoe Recycling program. The program is called Shoebox Recycling. Thanks for contributions.
Thank you to everyone who has already donated! Ten 40 pound boxes have been mailed so far thanks to your generosity! It’s a win/win program – you get rid of shoes you no longer need and someone somewhere gets a new pair of good shoes.
Let's play "Did you Know?"
Some FAQ's to knock your socks off!
Over 70% of the world population depends on shoe and clothing reuse to live
Each year, more than 300 million shoes are landfilled; how many of them could have been reused?
It takes more than 200 years for a sneaker to break down naturally in a landfill
Most people in the US are unaware shoes can be reused, resold and recycled, creating local economies and jobs both here and abroad
We guarantee that your reusable shoes will go to places where they will be provided to people at affordable prices--They are Certified for REUSE
Medford Lakes College Student compares our Borough to a town in Russia - visit:
Wanted - Used Eyeglasses Help others see Lions Recycle for Sight Drop off sites: Murphy's Markets, Pineland Library, Lakes Optical or any Lion Member. Call Herman Kruckner at 654-7756.
DO YOU KNOW . . .? that the Cabulance, food bank, community phone book, student scholarships, Peace Poster contest, eyeglass collection, annual blood drive and the Christmas tree on Ballinger Lake are only a FEW of the ongoing activities of the Medford Lakes Lions. Join us in serving our community. For membership information, call Rob Hanold Jr. at 609-953-5587.
KEEP SAVING YOUR "TWIST-OFF" PLASTIC BOTTLE CAPS FOR OUR ENVIRONMENT AND OUR CUB SCOUTS! Remember, "Twist-off" Plastic bottle caps are not generally recyclable. The caps we are collecting are: bottled water, sports drinks, laundrydetergent tops - any plastic twist off cap, not flip tops. The company called "Aveda" is continuing to collect these caps, so are we! AVEDA and Clean Ocean Action (COA) are working together to keep these bottle caps out of our oceans, landfills and away from our wildlife. Our drop off points are 82 Tecumseh Trail, Nokomis and Neeta Schools and at Oak Hall. We will be collecting the caps indefinitely. This is a very important "Community Service Project" for our boys - please help us, help our environment. Questions - Call Pam O'Neill at 609-226-3600 PICK UP AFTER YOUR PET There is a continuing and escalating problem with people not picking up after their dogs while walking the trails of Medford Lakes and properties of the Medford Lakes Colony.It is especially problematic at our athletic complexes and critical as this is where the children of this community play.It is irresponsible to subject the children of this community to a preventable health risk.Dog feces carry many parasites that are transmittable to humans, such as roundworm.Children are especially at risk. Dogs are not currently prohibited on these properties, however if the problem is not corrected we will have no choice but to consider this action.It does not take much effort to bring a bag along on your walk and clean up.Please be considerate and responsible and clean up after your pet!It is a borough ordinance, a matter of common courtesy and neglecting to do so has many health risks especially for children. We all need to do our part to remedy this serious problem.Take a bag, take an extra bag and kindly remind: pick up after your dog! Motors are PROHIBITED On Sunday May 10 there were two canoes on Upper Aetna Lake that were using electric motors. Please be advised that this is a violation of Colony By Laws and Borough Ordinance #213. Using watercraft propelled by machinery, e.g.. Outboard motors, including electric, except as authorized by the Borough or The Colony for maintenance or emergency purposes. Mechanically propelled model boats are also prohibited. Only watercraft propelled wholly by muscle power or sail are permitted. All members are asked to be diligent regarding non-member use of our lakes.All boats in our lakes should have a 2009 MEMBER STICKER. They are available in the Colony office at no charge to members in good standing.All members in good standing have the right to ask for member tags and also request non-members to leave as they are trespassing.Help protect the Value of your Membership!
WOMEN PADDLERS A women's paddling group will be starting soon, in the evenings Monday -Thursday nights, time to be determined by whatever works best for everyone. Boats and paddles provided. Call 654-0845 if interested (we tried this before but things got crazy-let's try it again!)
Conor, Sean and Delaney Cahill are still collecting items for the AWA animal shelter in Voorhees. Items needed include: Cat and dog food, dog toys, towels, blankets, bleach, and laundry & dishwasher detergent. For your convenience you can bring your donations to the Colony office during regular business hours. Thank you!
SCHOOL FACILITIES USE Prior to any activity-taking place in the school building or on the school property all paperwork must be completed as follows: -A completed facilities use application with a certificate of insurance showing Medford Lakes School District as an additional insured signed by the President of the organization. -Applications and certificates of insurance are due to the Superintendent’s office two (2) weeks prior to the Boards? Meeting for inclusion of the agenda. -Board of Education approval of application. Please call Mary Jo Cooper at 654-0991 x 15 for a Facilities Use Application.
WILSON FIELD Residents, please be aware Wilson Field will be used for Medford Lakes Athletic Association sports programs for our youth. Please pick up after your pet! It is the law and it is common courtesy. Thank you!