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    beautiful historic district of Medford Village The Community Center offers a unique string with rooms designed for dining strolling to another room for dessert and coffee and visiting with invited guests in an intimate home setting The Center has a full kitchen for catering preparing food and easy clean up Chairs and tables are provided for your use to set up in the way that is most convenient for your

    Original URL path: http://www.medfordcenter.org/ (2016-04-29)
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  • About
    is used to signify that you have participated in the continuing upkeep of the beautiful building that we use today The building was built by Caleb and Benjamin Shreeve in 1835 on ground formally owned by Samuel Jones and his descendants The building was constructed in three sections All three sections were completed in 1860 The Library was renovated in the Victorian style in the 1900 s and again 1950

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  • Album
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  • Offer
    The Blue room is our largest room and is ideally suited for meetings where up to 75 chairs may be set up with a head table It may also be used for dining purposes where up to 50 people may be accommodated The dimensions of this room are 12 by 32 The Gold Room Library The Library is our most distinguished room with fine walnut wood paneling throughout It can accommodate up to 12 people around a large dining table Our renters have used this room for dining small meetings and as a serving area for other rooms The Gold Room is a great place to socialize with large sofas and chairs These two rooms together are 15 by 28 Additional Rooms Available The Lenape Room which is so often named because it was the first office of the Lenape Regional High School district is a good utility room that may be used for small meetings dining or as a work area This room is 12 by 24 What We Provide 75 folding chairs 9 folding tables 2 by 6 9 folding square tables 3 by 3 A kitchen with 2 large electric stoves refrigerator and microwave Interested If you

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  • Rates | Medford MemorialCommunity Center
    70 00 Entire First Floor Weekdays evenings 200 00 Friday evenings 300 00 Saturday Sunday Holidays 350 00 Call for special multiple day rates such as for craft shows Use of kitchen included in all rentals If you re interested in renting the Community Center please fill in the email and message section below What type of event are you planning What is the best way to contact you email

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  • Directions | Medford MemorialCommunity Center
    What We Offer Rates Directions Home About us Photo Album What We Offer Rates Directions Located in the Heart of Medford NJ View Larger Map 2014 Medford Memorial Community Center

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