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Couples flock to Kings Court on Valentine’s Day to renew their commitment by iconic heart sculpture By BOB HERPEN The Sun

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Far and away the couple with the longest period of commitment to renew their vows on Valentine’s Day at Kings Court, longtime Haddonfield residents Rosalie and Philip Shapiro share an intimate moment in front of the borough’s iconic heart sculpture before taking part in the third annual ‘I ‘Heart Haddonfield’ event. The Shapiros reaffirmed their six decade love affair before Mayor Neal Rochford. Despite some chilly temps and the continuing pandemic, more than two dozen couples participated. More photos from the evening can be found on page 4.

Neither rain, nor sleet, nor threat of ice or continuation of a pandemic could keep love from its appointed rounds on Valentine’s Day in Haddonfield. On that crisp Sunday evening, more than two dozen couples stepped up before their fellow lovebirds, borough commissioners, TV cameras and passers-by to recommit themselves within their relationships. It was the third annual “I ‘Heart’ Haddonfield” event, sponsored by the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust, and held at the open heart installation where Kings Court meets Kings Highway East. “Haddonfield is the epicenter of love today. This is the place you come to renew your vows, to eat at a nice restaurant, pick your honey up some great chocolates,” noted Mayor Neal Rochford, who, along with his fellow commissioners, presided over the event, which lasted approximately 90 minutes. “It was a wonderful night. The weather held out for us, we’re happy about that. And the couples seemed so appreciative of one another, and to have a chance to renew their commitments. It’s a very special thing.” Robert Turrin and Linda

Wharton had a chance meeting 40 years ago at the bookstore of Rutgers Law School in Camden. Linda said the attraction was a gradual one, but she felt, from the outset, both were really comfortable with each other. “It felt like ‘coming home’ when I met Bob,” she revealed. The pair have resided on Euclid Avenue since the late 1980s, and chose Commissioner Colleen Bezich to do the honors. “We’ve never done this before, but 40 years seemed like a significant milestone and we became conscious of the borough’s event last year. So we thought this would be an appropriate year to do it,” Robert added. Together for 22 years, Frank and Debbie Troy tried the stealth route. Ostensibly out for a late afternoon walk with their fourlegged companion, the couple just so happened to be downtown during the ceremony. “We had friends who we knew were going to be involved, so we just came down to support them,” Debbie explained. “And someone actually didn’t show in their spot, so we took over and had a really nice time doing it. Frank was more revealing, when he admitted he thought someone might be a no-show, so

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The recent Commission Meeting revealed the following new and disappointing aspects of Haddonfield’s approach to affordable housing: • Commissioners used affordable housing as a bargaining chip in a real estate deal with Bancroft developer Brian O’Neill. • They have not used available resources, such as the Haddonfield Preservation Commission and a traffic engineer, to vet a plan for 20 apartments in the borough hall parking lot. • Parking; not construction of a safe, welcoming place for new residents is a priority. • The project calls for additional surface coverage, which could put historic homes on Kings Highway and Potter Street in harm’s way. No plan to manage the water is available. • And finally, commissioners are poised to pass major zoning changes, without releasing a site

plan. The meeting was held to adopt multiple zoning changes, including construction of a 45-foot-high apartment building - more than ten feet higher than currently permitted - and to exempt the project from two stormwater management regulations. Instead of adopting the ordinance as planned, commissioners tabled it until after the Planning Board review on March 9. Borough Solicitor Mario Iavicoli explained for the first time why the Bancroft campus is required to build only ten affordable units, when local ordinance requires 20 percent, or in this case, 16 units. The borough took six units off the table to reach a settlement with the Bancroft developer, he said, and assigned them to the Snowden project. Would the project benefit from six fewer units? No question. Instead, 20 families and their cars, cats and dogs will be crammed into highrise living on less than

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A love that lasts BOB HERPEN/The Sun

Not even nippy winter temperatures could chill the love expressed downtown on Valentine’s Day in Haddonfield. As a concession to the pandemic, all three borough commissioners had their own separate, socially distanced stations in which they conducted vow renewals. That did little to stop the displays of affection between couples who renewed their commitments to each other in public.


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Vows: Local couples renew their commitment to each other continued from page 1 it was a natural thing to swoop in and take advantage of the open slot. He enjoyed the experience, and (with Debbie’s agreement, of course), plans to come back every year. Partnerships new and old were proclaimed in the open. While borough residents Richard and Margie Morris decided to reaffirm their bond after just 2.5 years as a couple, they had nothing on Philip and Rosalie Shapiro. The pair were celebrating their impending 56th wedding anniversary and 61 years together. “It was a gradual thing. She was at a college dance and I saw

“We have 60 percent of last year’s couples, and I think it’s inspiring, in spite of the virus and the weather, I think we’re doing great here.” STUART HARTING HOST chairman

her across a crowded room as the song goes,” recalled Phil. “Then the next morning I saw her in the food line at the cafeteria and I just walked up to her and said ‘hi, my name is Phil,’ and the rest is history.” While Rosalie wasn’t struck by the thunderbolt, she stuck with Phil through thick and thin

from that point on. “It’s very complicated,” she said about being able to grow a friendship into something more lasting. “You not only need to love somebody, but you need to be willing to work things out and compromise.” Phil added that the work needed to maintain a relationship is

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“Not complicated once you start. Once you work out all the initial problems being newlyweds, the rest of it just moves along.” “We have 60 percent of last year’s couples, and I think it’s inspiring, in spite of the virus and the weather, I think we’re doing great here,” said HOST Chairman Stuart Harting. “We have all three commissioners here doing their part.” Adam Puff, a Haddonfield resident and President of the Haddonfield Educational Trust, added a personal touch as facilitator, handing out individual roses to all the lucky couples ahead of their turn. “We’re pretty proud of this,” Harting beamed.

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the mandated minimum of 30 hours during the school year. But the second was something more timely and meaningful that also benefits BSM -- helping craft and sell Valentine’s Day eCards for families whose contacts NORTON with each other were limited by COVID-19 restrictions. “It was an abrupt thing that my mom thought of on the spur of the moment,” Norton revealed. “We had the idea a while ago, but I didn’t see how we could do it because I’m not artistic at all, can’t draw or sing.”

Instead, he contacted four HMHS alums for help: Matt Eyles, Banks Sapnar, Will Tully and Antony Post. The group chose the song to be played, “Close to You” by The Carpenters, and made the video for Norton in the space of a week. “It’s a play on COVID and how nobody can actually be close to anyone due to the virus,” he noted. Interested parties would buy the eCards for $10 each, but because of the nature of the project, Norton added, many people who purchased them donated more money than necessary. Norton estimated that from 30 or so cards sold, the endeavor netted about $400. Back to the primary reason for Norton’s outreach. please see NORTON, page 8

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CALENDAR Events subject to cancellation due to the pandemic. Be sure to check online for status updates.

Thursday, Feb. 25 Online lecture: Ages, all. 7 p.m. Join Michael J. Stephen, M.D., on his new book, “Breath Taking: the power, fragility and future of our extraordinary lungs.” Pick up your copy from Inkwood Books in Haddonfield and a portion of proceeds will be donated to the Haddonfield Friends of the Library. To register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYpdumvpzstGN0pBd2J8WverElljlJgs-Hz. Recreation Council meeting. 8 p.m.

Monday, March 1 Board of Commissioners work session. 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, March 2 Planning Board meeting. 7:30

p.m. Contact Tavis Karrow at: tkarrow@haddonfield-nj.gov for instructions on how to attend the online session.

Tuesday, March 9 Board of Commissioners meeting. 7: 30 p.m.

Monday, March 15 Senior Citizens Committee meeting. 9:15 a.m. Board of Commissioners work session. 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, March 16 Shade Tree Commission meeting. 8 a.m. Zoning Board meeting. 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, March 17 Municipal Alliance meeting. 7 p.m. Historic Preservation Commission meeting. 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, March 18 Human Relations Commission meeting. 7:30 p.m.

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Norton: Teen commits to serving community continued from page 6 Prevented by COVID from embarking on a yearly mission trip to a different part of the world through First Presbyterian Church, he wanted to bring some of that spirit home. BSM was an easy choice. Its organization, located just south of Philadelphia’s City Hall, is headed by Pastor Laura Colee, who previously served in a similar role at the house of worship. “I thought of donating money to BSM to fund a meal, and to purchase additional storage units for their heavy amount of mail,” Norton offered. Instead, a group dubbed HMHS Teens Making a Difference, Norton principal among them, offered to build BSM a storage space within its building. “We bought four storage shelves and built them right in-

side,” he continued. “I had the help of two of my friends, who helped spread the word on their Twitter account for their lawnservice business. We raked all throughout the fall.” An email dated Jan. 24 reported that the above project managed to deliver more than $2,700 to feed BSM clients. That worked out to meals for roughly 400 people. Add the recent Valentine’s spoils and the total ballooned north of $3,000. “And we have plans to serve them at some point, COVID vaccine and number of cases permitting,” Norton said. “We’re looking to do that in the spring, but with lacrosse season approaching, too, it will be something for discussion.” Norton credits fellow missiontrip participant Jack O’Malley for providing inspiration, as

well as the Cheatham family. He plans to pass the baton to younger brother, Brady, an HMHS sophomore, when he heads to Villanova in September. An early-admission Wildcat -- who was also interested in Fordham University and the University of Delaware -- Norton plans to study biology. He looks forward to the academic and service opportunities that attracted him to the Main Line school. “One of the things which caught my attention was that ‘Nova has specific days geared toward volunteering, where the whole school becomes involved,” Norton stated. “I can’t wait to see what that has in store.” For more information about Broad Street Ministries, visit: https://www.broadstreetministry.org/who-we-are/.

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Hearts are at the Center of Haddonfield Ready, Set, Color! Show your love of our downtown heart sculpture (brought to us by HOST) by giving this picture some color. Submit your entry to the Markeim Arts Center (via mail or at our door) by February 28th, and the winning entries will receive a free, one-year Markeim Membership! We’ll be selecting one winner for each of the following age groups: 2-6, 7-10, 11-14, 14-18. Selections will also be highlighted on Markeim’s website and across social media.

For more information about the arts in Haddonfield, please visit: markeimartscenter.org haddonfieldsculpture.org Our thanks to the Sun Newspapers for their generosity and support of our organizations.

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Since joining the team as a freshman, Cherry Hill West senior Alison Ahern was immediately an impact player in the Olympic Conference. Now in the midst of her final year with the Lions, Ahern is looking to put together yet another strong season alongside her teammates.

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Before she played even a single second of high-school basketball, Alison Ahern already had it in her head that she wanted to score 1,000 points with Cherry Hill West. The goal was there, it was just a matter of making sure it was realistic. “When I went to school freshman year, I already had that goal in mind,” Ahern said. “I

was really unsure at first of what high-school basketball would be like, but after I played my first game, I kind of realized it was absolutely attainable if I worked really hard at it.” Now in the second half of her senior season, to say Ahern has worked really hard may still be selling short her accomplishments with the Lions. In her first three seasons with West, she led the team in scoring all three years, surpassing the 1,000 point mark in the team’s final win her junior season.

In dramatic fashion, Ahern scored a career high of 32 points in the 63-48 win over Woodrow Wilson and became the first girl to cross the 1,000-point threshold in the 21st century. Dan Butler, in the midst of his 12th season as head coach at West, said Ahern’s impact on the program has brought it to a new level. “Her impact has been immense in multiple areas,” he noted. “You have her presence in the middle of the paint, and she’ll often draw double teams,

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so that has helped bring some confidence to surrounding players around her to be aggressive offensively and defensively. “She’s been on an upward trajectory ever since her freshman year,” Butler added. “She’s drawn so much respect and attention from our opponents over the years, so her job’s gotten more difficult with her growing reputation. But she’s continued to step up to the challenge.” In the four years before Ahern’s freshman year, the program won a combined 10 games. Meanwhile, the Lions won 32 games in Ahern’s first three seasons and are coming off back-to-back appearances in the NJSIAA sectional tournament. Butler said Ahern’s presence and innate basketball talent have certainly been strong components to build a team around, but plenty of credit also goes to the class with whom Ahern came to West. This year’s starting five includes Sophia Graffeo, Kayla Thompson, Michela Auguadro and Bella Sylvester, as well as Ahern. Together, they have had a substantial impact on the program, their coach said.

“That class brought in five amazing athletes, and it was really all five of them that have changed this program together to make us a respectable, competitive team,” Butler explained. “Making the playoffs the past two years, hosting a playoff game last year … It's a tribute and a credit to all five of our seniors on how they’ve been able to take this program to the best heights (it) has seen in decades.” The group of girls Butler calls the Fab Five are all three-sport athletes who will graduate from West with an anticipated 53 varsity letters, as long as the spring seasons can be played. Ahern said her success in the stat sheet each night, as well as the program’s recent achievements, are in large part due to the chemistry and high-level play of those around her. “Not only are they amazing athletes, but they’re amazing people, too, and we all have the same mindset when it comes to athletics,” she added. “I feel like we all have the same drive when we’re out there wanting to win and leave it all out there on the court, so it makes it easier to play together as a team.” ■

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Letters to the editor continued from page 2 an acre. The building or buildings ( number unknown without a site plan) will rise approximately 20 feet from the front lawns of Snowden Ave. residents. A realtor at the meeting inquired about 76 parking spaces to be eliminated by the project. Mayor Neil Rochford said he did not know exactly how many would go, but I suspect the borough has calculated every inch to pack 80-to- 90 people into this unlikely space. If the borough doesn’t want to sacrifice parking, why build a community in a parking lot in the first place? Commissioner Colleen Bianco Bezich defended the process, calling it “transparent.” Come May, all three commissioners are up for re-election. Your vote is secret, but the collective outcome is transparent. Eileen Stilwell

Haddonfield hurt by false racism claims Much as I don’t like to show my

pain, letter writer Lorri Veasey makes it necessary for me to tell of the pain I’m pretty sure anyone suffers when seeing a dear someone or something enduring an unwarranted denigration or insult. Haddonfield is suffering a number of attacks lately, and many of my fellow townspeople, who cherish this dear town, myself included, are hurting. And I, for one, simply cannot bear to sit idly by any longer and watch another wave of “racism” accusations wash over us. I learned a long time ago to never let a false accusation go uncontested. There are problems of course in this wonderful town, most of which are dealt with as they come. But one problem that persists is the “bullying” that comes in the form of individuals and groups periodically taking it upon themselves to defame the town and its inhabitants with vacuous and never-substantiated claims of “racism.” A quick read of various letters published in the Sun the last two months, archived at thesunpa-

pers.com/c/haddonfield-letters, will show the myriad of such allegations. Mere allegations, but never a case in point. Not one! In her recent attack, presumably born out of innocent ignorance or misguidance, Ms. Veasey announces that my “opinion piece was shocking and should outrage us all.” Seriously? How so? I’d say, whether caveat or claim, the possibility that our children are being indoctrinated deserves to be summarily disproven and laid to rest. Or proven, so that the problem can be properly addressed. She says that my “false claim … [is] horrific and easily disproved,” to which I say, “Then, disprove it.” Scolding me for saying things I simply did not say makes one wonder if Ms. Veasey has gotten anything right. What else does she not understand? Walter Weidenbacher

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Vaccination rollout underway across Camden County By County Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. The Camden County Board of Commissioners is continuing to operate its first COVID-19 vaccination site at Camden County College. The site is supported by volunteers from Cooper University Health Care, Jefferson Health – New Jersey, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, and Rutgers College of Nursing. In approximately one month since opening, the site has administered nearly 20,000 vaccinations, and has officially begun providing second doses to patients who received their first shot at the vaccination center. Although we have received an incredible level of interest in the COVID-19 vaccine, new appointments can still be made at www.CamdenCountyVaccine.com. The following groups are eligible for vaccination as of Feb. 19: • Paid or unpaid persons working or volunteering in a healthcare setting; • Residents of long-term care facilities and other congregate settings; • Frontline first responders; • Persons aged 65 and older; and • Persons aged 16 to 64 years old who have at least one chronic medical condition that poses highrisk for severe COVID-19: o Cancer o Chronic kidney disease o COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) o Down Syndrome o Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies o Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant o Obesity o Pregnancy o Sickle cell disease o Smoking o Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Elsewhere in the county, vaccination availability is increasing as well. In recent weeks, additional pharmacies, like the Rite Aid in Voorhees, have begun offering vaccinations to those with appointments. Additionally, Cooper University Health Care opened its first neighborhood-based Vaccination and Education Center at the Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center in Camden on Feb. 20. The is open for vaccination appointments for Camden residents only. Expanding our vaccination efforts to neighborhood-based institutions like the Kroc Center are critical to reaching and vaccinating everyone in our community. With our partners at Cooper, we believe opening this clinic will provide us with a strong vehicle to deliver this important vaccine. Ultimately, this vaccine is a beginning to the end of this pandemic and we want to ensure it gets into the hands of every Camden resident. This new vaccine and education neighborhood based center will initially be open on Mondays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Tuesdays from 2-6 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and the plan is to vaccinate 500 people a day. Hours will expand as vaccine supplies increase. Vaccinations will be by appointment in accordance with New Jersey State prioritization categories. Multi-lingual staff will be available at the center to help residents sign-up for appointments and provide Individuals with questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine or the Blackwood vaccination site can call the vaccination information hotline at 1-800-999-9045. Camden residents can schedule an appointment at Cooper’s Cramer Hill location by calling (856) 225-6141. Additional information regarding the vaccine and other sites where vaccinations are available can be found on camdencounty.com and its COVID-19 dashboard.

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The Historical Society of Haddonfield invites you to join us on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. as the organization celebrates the work done by Haddonfield Memorial High School Advanced Placement U.S. history students this winter. The event will be held via Zoom. Since 2014, the Historical Society has partnered with Social Studies teacher David Reader to support his students as they complete research projects about World War II using local primary source materials. The students use selections from the Historical Society’s collection of World War II letters sent and received by then-principal William “Bull” Reynolds, as well as issues of the school newspaper and local newspapers. At this virtual culminating event, students will share some of their research and discuss their experiences. The event is free, though donations are always welcome. You can register for the event by clicking on the event description on the Society’s “upcoming events” page, and we will send out the link and brief instructions by the day of the event.


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