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Expressions of identity through student art display

Haddonfield Friends School eighth grader Evan Strommen’s capstone project – an art show with the theme Expressions of Identity at Markeim Arts Center – went live on May 25.

Strommen, who came out as transgender in sixth grade, wanted to do something related to art because it’s been a really big part of his life.

“I thought, might as well mix two important parts of me,’” he recalled. ” … I wanted to create a space where people could express themselves without judgement, mainly related to identity and whatever surrounds that, and what that means to people without worrying about what other people will be thinking about it.”

The gallery displayed some art that had also been featured in a school show earlier this year and included self-portraits, pieces from a design class project that showed contrasting identities and had themes of belonging and growing up, as well as some abstract art. Though the majority of the work was made by Haddonfield students, there were also pieces made by individuals at the

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia gender clinic.

Though most of the art was 2D painted art, there was one piece painted on small blocks. It was a self-portrait called “Mix,” where a girl’s face was divided into seven pieces, each painted a different color, with the central

piece containing all colors. It was done by Ireland “Ivy” Borgan, another eighth grader at Haddonfield Friends who is cisgender and wanted to show different sides of herself through the colors.

“It was kind of like a short, calming art experience,” Borgan explained. “It was just

kind of getting it done and thinking about who I am as a person.”

For her, each color was meant to represent a different hobby; blue is listening to music, yellow is theater, red is debate and so on.

“It’s kind of mixed together in the middle to create me as a

person,” Borgan added. On the far side of a room at Markeim was an interactive art piece that had attendees write a few words about themselves. On the floor, there was also an art collage from students age 2 to 6 at Friends, where they drew their name and expressed different parts of their identity. Some painted their handprints, others drew self portraits and their dream houses and others wrote a few words about themselves.

In total, the Markeim Center art show featured about nine artists and 15 pieces in addition to the collage. During the exhibit, some artists were also in attendance to talk about their piece.

“I hope that people see, if there’s someone there that doesn’t 100% understand, I hope they see that trans people and people of any identity are people, too,” Strommen said. “I think that’s something that causes a lot of transphobia, is not seeing past the label and just seeing them as a trans person.

“I want people to be able to see like, ‘Hi, I’m Evan, I’m trans,’ but ‘I also have a family and hobbies,’ and kind of just seeing people for people and not just seeing people for their gender, and breaking stereotypes and going outside the box a little bit.”

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Haddonfield eighth grader Evan Strommen presents a collage he made, along with a piece by fellow eighth grader Ireland “Ivy” Borgan, both featured at Markeim Arts Center.

Author will speak at Haddonfield Memorial High School

National Book Award finalist and TED speaker Jarrett J. Krosoczka will take the stage at Haddonfield Memorial High School on Tuesday, July 9, at 4:30 p.m.

takes to write books.

The event is part of the author’s Summah Readin’ Roadtrip. Known for his engaging storytelling and impactful illustrations, Krosoczka will offer a multimedia presentation on his creative journey and the process he

Krosoczka, a New York Times bestselling author, is celebrated for his works, including picture books like Peanut Butter and Jellyfish , the Lunch Lady graphic novel series and the National Book Award finalist, Hey, Kiddo He will share insights into his creative process, discuss the importance of storytelling and encourage his audience to explore their own creativ-

ity. In addition to his work in print, Krosoczka produced, directed and performed in the audiobook adaptations of his graphic novels. He has also written books in the Star Wars universe and episodes of The Snoopy Show on Apple TV+. Following his presentation, there will be a book signing and the titles will be available to purchase from Inkwood Books. Registration is on the Haddonfield library’s website.

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Police chief addresses safety concerns after four home burglaries

Haddonfield Police Chief

Jason Cutler addressed public safety in a crowded room at the commissioners’ meeting on May 28, a response to four residential burglaries in April.

Although residents had asked for the release of more information about the crimes, Cutler said that the victims’ privacy and the integrity of the investigations precluded that.

“If you were victimized, if somebody broke into your home at night and you were victimized, some people don’t want to announce it,” he explained. “Some people do. Some people think it’s better to let everybody know so they can protect themselves.”

As for the integrity of the investigations, Cutler said one

reason why it’s important to limit information is because police are aware that the suspects also watch the news and in response, could potentially destroy evidence compiled by police.

One of the four residential crimes was connected with seven commercial burglaries in April, for which a suspect was arrested and remanded to the Atlantic County jail in Mays Landing, police said. Of the three remaining residential burglaries, two occurred while residents were home, one at 4 or 5 a.m. and one at around 9 or 10 p.m., with the resident at home.

State police did share with residents that in two of the break-ins, investigators believe the suspects are from North Jersey and potentially part of a high-end car theft ring operating throughout the state.

“We are part of a multi-agency task force,” Cutler pointed out. “So the lead agency sometimes doesn’t want information out, and we have to abide by that.”

In other police news, Mayor Colleen Bianco Bezich and Cutler showed renderings of a new police headquarters. But due to the specific items needed for the department – such as cells and sally ports, the secure, controlled entryways to an enclosure – Cutler said it was cheaper to build an addition to the current building than to retrofit the existing one.

In addition to expanded police functions available with a different building, the mayor said the borough wants to create a community space that can hold special events and ceremonies and also be a

place for people to gather.

“We’re trying to create a public-facing safe space for some of our teens and tweens who are often on those bicycles looking for things to do,” she noted. “This is a great way for our police to meet with them and to bring things into the community and interact with them too.”

In other news:

• The commissioners proclaimed June 7 Gun Violence Awareness Day, and for the first time, proclaimed June to be Pride Month. June is also Pride Month nationally.

• A number of residents protested the noise made by pickleball players at the Haddon Field Club.

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As summer approaches, casinos move the fun outdoors

Once upon a time in Atlantic City, the folks who ran the casinos were dedicated to keeping customers inside – and gambling – as long as possible.

The way industry suits of generations past saw it, every second someone spent away from the slot machines and gaming tables cost them money. As such the beach and other outdoor spaces weren’t seen as amenities, but competition.

The Age of Enlightenment finally arrived around the turn of the 21st century, with the debut of the first generation of beach bars constructed by several properties, including the long-closed Atlantic City Hilton and Trump Plaza Hotel-Casino. Today, al fresco lounges and special events remain a key part of AyCee’s warm-weather game plan.

Below is a look at what’s in store for the Summer of ’24:

• Bally’s Atlantic City

Bally’s Beach Bar serves food and beverages, as does The Yard, the indoor/outdoor party pit located in the courtyard of the Dennis Hotel part of the complex.

The Yard features bands and DJs every Friday and Saturday night and drink specials including $3 beers, $4 shots and $5 cocktails from 7 to 9 p.m.

• Borgata

The bayside pleasure dome has expanded its outdoor pool area to accommodate more cabanas and a larger stage, as well as a cover to keep dry special events like weddings and convention receptions.

While The Big B has always emphasized events and ameni-

ties for younger folks who like to party hearty, this summer, it is also focusing on being “family friendly.”

A highlight of the season will be “Savor Borgata’s Summer Social: A Taste of Paradise.” Set for the Outdoor Pool on June 28, the Polynesian-themed ticketed bash is headlined by James Beard Award-winner Michael Symon, whose Borgata eatery is the Italian salon, Angeline.

• Caesars Atlantic City Beachside Bar offers beverages (adult and otherwise) Thursday through Monday (Happy Hour is 3 to 5 p.m.).

Cheval de Plongée (a nod to the town’s history; it’s French for “diving horse”) is a walkup operation located on the Boardwalk steps from The Hook. Offerings include a full selection of wine, beer and spirits and noshes from the grab-and-go menu. All can be enjoyed at outdoor tables.

And beginning June 7, the Pool At Caesars (on the 7400 level of the casino’s Ocean Tower) will host a daily 5-to-7

p.m. Happy Hour.

• Golden Nugget Atlantic City

As it always is when the weather heats up, the action will be at The Deck Bayfront Bar & Restaurant, the outdoor venue situated between the casino/hotel tower and the Frank S. Farley State Marina.

The next couple of weeks, The Deck will operate on a weekend-only basis, and then welcome guests seven days a week starting June 13. Each night has a different musical motif (e.g. “Springsteen Thursdays” with the B Street Band and Sundays with local lounge titan Dane Anthony).

Special events include the annual Fake Fest tribute-band week (June 24-30) featuring units performing the music of such artists as Van Halen, Elton John, The Police and Fleetwood Mac, a daylong salute to the “British Invasion” of the mid1960s (July 20) and “Deckstock,” a celebration of the Woodstock Music & Arts Festival (Aug. 10).

• Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Atlantic City

Hard Rock has two fun-inthe-sun (and under-the-stars) spaces this summer.

The “Hard Rock Beach Experience” is open to hotel guests and Unity Card holders, and features lounge chairs, umbrellas and beverage service.

And perched on the Rock’s second level, you’ll find The Terrace, which overlooks the beach, Boardwalk and ocean, and which offers live music, a seasonal menu and specialty drinks.

• Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

What is arguably the most unusual casino event of the summer is the June 7 “Yappy Hour” (4 to 7 p.m.) on The Baywalk, which is located outside the part of the property that houses The Concert Venue and poker room.

“Yappy Hour” is a canine-focused event that includes demonstrations, vendors, police K-9 demonstrations and even a Dog Show whose categories include Best Trick, Best

Rescue, Best Costume, Best Tail Wagger, and Happiest Dog. Winners in each category will be entered into Best of Show competition for a chance to win the grand prize.

In addition, the Humane Society of AtlanticCounty and Atlantic County Canines will have pets available for adoption.

• Ocean Casino-Resort Ocean was dealt a bad hand by Ma Nature: Erosion was so severe this past fall and winter that there isn’t enough sand left on the property’s beach to accommodate a ping-pong table, much less any kind of entertainment venue. But Ocean hasn’t let that stop it from offering outdoor fun.

HQ2 Beachclub, which sits above the Boardwalk and is part of the HQ2 disco complex, will be in full party mode all summer. Revelers can rave in the main pool area or reserve one of six bungalows with private pools, 12 day beds and more than 30 VIP sections on the lower and upper decks. Top DJs will keep the party going, and, of course, there will be plenty to drink, with munchies provided by the Ocean Food Truck.

• Resorts Casino-Hotel Food, drink and live music can be had at Landshark Café, the only outpost of the beachthemed Margaritaville hospitality empire that actually sits on a beach.

• Tropicana Atlantic City One of Atlantic City’s best summertime traditions is the Trop-sponsored fireworks extravaganzas that can be best viewed from the casino’s Boardwalk frontage. The next one is set for July 4 (a Thursday this year), followed by a display every Saturday night between July 6 and Aug. 31.

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June puts the emphasis on cancer –and some concerning trends

Hearing the word cancer from a doctor hardly ever suggests good news. It’s estimated that the number of cancer cases nationally will eclipse two million for the first time this year, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS), which projects 611,720 deaths in 2024, a slight increase from a year ago.

But there’s good news as the nation observes June’s National Cancer Awareness Month. The cancer death rate dropped 33% from 1991 through 2021, according to statistics from the ACS published in January in USA Today, a figure that reflects lower smoking rates, earlier detection and improved treatments.

Also helping are cancer diagnoses that are happening sooner rather than later among those in middle age, an indication they are likelier to survive longer. While some cancers have higher rates than others, overall, the cancer society says, Americans today are more likely to survive a cancer diagnosis compared with those a generation ago.

The five-year survival rate – the marker for cancer remission – improved from 49% in the mid-1970s to 69% between 2013 and 2019. As of 2022, there were an estimated 18.1 million cancer survivors in the U.S., according to the National Cancer Institute, which estimates that number will increase to 22.5 million by 2032.

But there are some alarming trends in 2024, the first year the nation is expected to top that two million in new cancer cases. That estimate has largely been affected by increases in six of the 10 most common cancers: breast, prostate, endometrial, pancreatic, kidney and melanoma, according to the ACS. The other four are lung, colon and rectum, bladder and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

As a result, more than 611,000 deaths from cancer are projected for the country in 2024, about 1,600 a day. Among concerns reported by the ACS are cancers diagnosed at a younger age: Those include colorectal cancer in those under 55, liver cancer in women

and cervical cancer in women from 30 through 44.

Although smoking, a major cause of cancer, has declined – and improved treatments have helped people live longer with the disease – risk factors such as obesity and lack of early screening have increased. And while more cancers are now being found in middle age, the U.S. population is aging – and cancer rates increase with age.

Early screening is especially important in surviving one particularly stubborn cancer: colorectal.

Of all cancer deaths in people under 50, it’s now number one in deaths of men and number two of women, behind only breast cancer.

“We really need to understand why rates are increasing in those (younger)

age groups,” Dr. Ahmedin Jemal, a senior vice president of surveillance at the ACS, told USA Today.

Almost one out of three people diagnosed with colorectal cancer before age 50 have a family history or genetic predisposition, another reason for early screening. Experts recommend adults 50 to 75 – even younger for those with a family history – get screened for the cancer every two years with a colonoscopy or a stool test that can be done at home. Neither strategy is pleasant, but they work.

The evidence is there: With early detection, colorectal cancer has a 90% survival rate, according to the Colorectal Cancer Alliance. That’s as good a reason as any to focus on cancer in June.


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Every Saturday in June, Game Friendzy in Cherry Hill is hosting two-hour sessions, 10 am-12 pm, to learn the basics of the games of summer – mah jongg on June 8, pinochle on June 15, canasta on June 22, and hand and foot on June 29.

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Juneteenth celebration will feature tour of 12

Haddonfield will celebrate Juneteenth for African Americans with a walking tour on Friday, June 14 that will feature 12 sites with long histories and groundbreaking for historical markers at three of them.

“We are very excited this year,” said C. Adrienne Rhodes, of the Preserving Black Haddonfield History Project (PBHHP), adding that the markers will be placed at Mount Olivet Baptist Church, Tarditi Commons (the former Lincoln School) and a New Jersey Black Heritage Trail sign at the Point, where Ellis and Potter streets intersect.

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The first walking tour was on June 19 last year, and it pointed out how African Americans first came to Haddonfield as slaves in the 17th and 18th centuries. By the 1800s, a thriving community of free men and women – along with runaway slaves – made up 10% of the town’s population, according to Rhodes.

They raised their families, built homes and owned businesses around the Point, just above Cooper’s Creek, an area

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Juneteenth: Tour of 12 historic Haddonfield sites

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The history project is an intercommunity collaboration between local historians, religious leaders, students and teachers, the Haddonfield Foundation, the Rotary Club Foundation, Haddonfield library, Haddonfield Alumni Society and current and former residents.

Rhodes is a fifth-generation member of the Arthur family, whose descendants have lived in Haddonfield and Lawnside since the mid-1800s. She noted that four sibling slaves ran away together from the Eastern shore of Maryland in the 1840s. One of them was James, whose son John married Mary and took up residence in the borough.

“Now, Black or biracial families make up 1% of the population,” Rhodes said, adding that they “have a rich history in this town.”

According to U.S. Census records, Haddonfield had a total population of 2,501 in 1890

and now has 12,514 people living within its borders. Extrapolating those numbers indicates the borough had about 250 African American residents in 1890 and has about 125 today.

“It matters, the extent of our heritage in Haddonfield,” Rhodes emphasized. “Part of the purpose of this project is for those who live there now to hold up your heads high. You don’t have to feel like you don’t belong.”

In partnership with Haddonfield Memorial High School and the Haddonfield Education Association, the history project also publishes an annual collection of essays. “Preserve: Narratives from Historic Haddonfield’s African American Community,” is available at Inkwood Books and the Haddonfield library.

Rhodes praised the contributions of library director Eric Zino.

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for the New Jersey Black Heritage Trail and has been extremely helpful in exposing residents to The Preserving Black Haddonfield Project through online and live platforms,” she said.

“In these sensitive times,” the library website states, “when improving diversity, equity, and inclusion are priorities throughout the nation, the PBHHP not only celebrates once overlooked residents, it also educates students, teachers, and everyone whose path it crosses.

“We do more than simply recall private memories about Haddonfield’s African American community. We celebrate the value added here through current and past residents’ contributions, ideals and legacy.”

The history project is a sub-committee of the Haddonfield Alumni Society under the leadership of president Joseph Serico. It is spearheaded by Haddonfield Memori -

al High School alumni and Haddonfield Alumni Society members, as well as current and past residents and their descendants, educators, and like-minded leaders of local institutions.

“Everyone involved shares a commitment to doing his or her part to strengthen Haddonfield’s reputation for being a unique community with a rich history,” the website points out.

The other sites on the walking tour will include the Prayer House, Centennial Field, Blazing Rag Tavern, Whitcraft Farms, Batesville Church, Mount Pisgah Church, Haddonfield Little League fields, Barbershop at the Point and Miss Ross’ convenience store.

To register, go to www.haddonfieldlibrary.org.

Keep connected. Visit www.thesunpapers.com.

856-398-8308 Call today to RSVP or schedule a private tour: Wine Tasting Event
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