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Haddonfield to update website, release new app in the fall Budget discussions to continue at next commissioner meeting By EMILY LIU The Sun

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At its recent work session, the Haddonfield commissioners discussed the 2022-2023 budget and how the American Recovery Plan funds will be used. rate of 2.48 cents, up from last year’s rate of 0.5377, a 4.6- percent increase. Commissioner Kevin Roche attributed that to

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At a May 9 board of commissioners work session, Borough Administrator Sharon McCullough announced that Haddonfield is eligible for a free upgrade to its website that will include a newsletter feature, better calendar functions and the option to submit forms directly to the site. “The redesign comes at no cost to us, and the annual cost will be staying relatively the same,” McCullough said. She estimates the redesign will take place over the next four months, with the website ready by the fall. The administrator also shared that one year after Commissioner Frank Troy tasked her with finding an app for the borough, she found one at a reasonable price. The fall release will enable the app to link to the redesigned website. While no actions were taken, the commissioners also discussed an upcoming budget that includes an increase in the tax

increased costs, salary increases and inflation. For the average assessed home of $760,000, borough resi-

dents can expect an increase of about $127 for the year. More information about the financial plan will be shared at the May 23

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Haddonfield Tennis Association announces junior summer play The Haddonfield Tennis Association will conduct a 6-week summer tennis program for juniors (ages 6 to 13) on Tuesdays at the Tavistock Hills Swim Club. The program will begin on June 14. Participants are encouraged to register early, as space is limited. The cost of the program is $70. Class times for the program are: Ages 6 to 9, from 6 to 7 p.m.; Ages 10 to 13 at 7 to 8 p.m.. The program is directed by Mitch Winkler. Mitch has been

tennis director of the Haddonfield Tennis Association for over 15 years and was inducted into the Inaugural Class of the South Jersey Tennis Hall of Fame in 2021. He is a former Philadelphia Inquirer South Jersey High School Coach of the Year and the only high school girls coach in South Jersey history to win a sectional championship at two different schools. For additional information, contact Mitch at (856) 428-8541 or mwinkler5@verizon.net.

HEA celebrates AAPI month with book club The Haddonfield Education Association (HEA) is co-hosting and sponsoring an AAPI (Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders) book club with the NYT best-seller, “Crying in H-Mart,” by Korean-American author Michelle Zauner (also known as the singer and guitarist for the Grammy-award-winning indiepop band, Japanese Breakfast). The event is free (hybrid—virtual and in-person options) and

open to Haddonfield students, educators, and families. Sign up today to be a part of the HMHS Asian American Culture Community Club book club held on May 25, 2022, at this link: https://forms.gle/srxHEchcMvAZacAN9 Email Stacey Brown-Downham — sdownham@haddonfield.k12.nj.us — if you have any questions.

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for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, May 20, in the Nordstrom Corridor of the Cherry Hill Mall. Please note: this is the centralized area near the fountains and escalators, not inside any specific retailer.

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• Prohibited are almost all plastic carryout bags like those found at grocery stores; paper bags, but only in larger supermarkets or big-box stores with sizable grocery sections, such as Target and Walmart; and most plastic foam food containers and cups. (A restriction on plastic straws went into effect in November: They can only be provided at a customer’s request.) • All New Jersey retail, grocery, and pharmacy stores, along with restaurants and other food service businesses, are banned from giving out single-use plastic bags, as well as foam containers, with exceptions. Trash can liners, heavy-duty contractor disposal bags and other plastic garbage bags will still be available, as will sandwich and freezer bags. Again, we’re mostly talking about the smaller carry-out versions. There are some caveats. Paper bags such as those for lawn care or leaf collection will still be sold in grocery

stores and other big-box retailers like Home Depot. The Styrofoam ban includes vegetable trays and egg cartons. (Joining that list in 2024 will be containers for raw meat, poultry or fish and small cups of two ounces or less for hot foods.) Now about that dog doo. Small plastic bags you may already have at home can be used for that purpose – or for kitty litter – as well as for bathroom trash. But once you run out, you’ll need other options like biodegradable bags; small paper ones; newspaper; composting; or possibly flushing the waste, according to nj.com. Other plastic exemptions are bags used to wrap meat, produce bags for fruits and vegetables and other loose items, deli bags for sliced or prepared foods like lunch meat, dry-cleaning bags and newspaper bags. (That last one will come in handy for the dog doo, too.) For more information on the ban, visit nj.gov. For a list of businesses impacted and items banned, go to https://nj.gov/dep/plastic-ban-law/ docs/ list-of-establishments-banneditems.pdf

Historical Society of Haddonfield hosts virtual lecture On Wednesday May 25 at 7 p.m., join the Historical Society of Haddonfield and Lawnside Historical Society for a free virtual program with Bill Kashatus, author of the first major biography of Philadelphia abolitionist and leader of the Underground Railroad, William Still: The Underground Railroad and the Angel at Philadephia. William Kashatus is the author of over 20 books, including a biography of Harriet Tubman and a teaching guide to the Underground Railroad. His work

on William Still began over 20 years ago. He helped James McGowan compile a database of details of the fugitive slaves drawn from Still’s records and completed it after McGowan’s death. This work grew to be William Still: The Underground Railroad and the Angel at Philadelphia, the first scholarly biography of Still, published in 2021. The book is about William Still, a freeborn African American born in Burlington County New Jersey who was the conductor on the Underground Railroad in

Philadelphia. He gave out food and clothing, coordinated escapes, raised funds for hundreds of fugitive slaves each year. Still also recorded the personal histories of the people he helped, including their personal histories and any alias’s they adopted to help families reunite once they reached freedom.

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Camden County presents 2022 summer concert series By Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to the Camden County Parks Department The Camden County Board of Commissioners is excited to announce the return of the Summer Parks Concert Series for 2022. The concert series will enliven and amplify the green spaces throughout the 2,700 acres of parkland in the county and provide something for everyone. Providing a full catalog of fun, free, and engaging activities to our residents for the summer has always been a priority. And after another tough year of COVID-19, it was more important than ever to provide our residents with a variety of events. The Camden County Board of Commissioner is excited to announce these events that will get our residents out of their homes and into the community to enjoy free music, the beautiful summer weather and good company. The current 2022 concert schedule is as follows: Sunset Jazz Series at Wiggins Park located at the Camden City waterfront. All concerts are on Monday nights starting at 8 p.m. June 6 – Kenny G June 20 – Danilo Pérez’s Global Messengers June 27 – Corinne Bailey Rae July 18 – Ruthie Foster August 01 – The Sugar Hill Gang

all concerts in the Twilight Series are on Thursdays at 8 p.m. June 9 – South Philly String Band June 23 – City Rhythm Big Band with swinging horns & hot vocals July 14 – The Fab Four - The Ultimate Tribute July 28 – Light Opera of New Jersey presenting “Great Moments from the Grand Stage” August 4 – The Weight Band August 18 – The Ledbetters - Pearl Jam Tribute

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Community addresses revised controversial issues policy Board of education temporarily tables the measure

By EMILY LIU The Sun Every seat in the Haddonfield Memorial High School library was taken at the May 12 board of education meeting as parents and residents shared their thoughts on a policy and regulation that address classroom discussion of controversial issues. The community’s main concern was over the following phrase in a policy up for readoption: “In the discussion of any issue, a teacher may express a personal opinion, provided the expression is characterized as personal opinion and does not attempt to persuade students to the teacher’s point of view.” The policy – which the board has tabled temporarily – also notes that within a discussion of controversial issues, teachers should not try to persuade students on a particular point of

view, but encourage fair presentation and open-mindedness. “Our ultimate goal in this (policy and regulation) is to provide a framework of support for our teachers and a framework of support for all of our students,” said Assistant Superintendent Dr. Gino Priolo. Prior to public comments, board member Lynn HowardHoag explained the difference between policies and regulations is that a policy recognizes what is permitted while a regulation is developed by the superintendent to address how a law works day to day. Both can be recommended or mandated by the state. Priolo explained that after positive and negative feedback on the revised policy, he and Superintendent Chuck Klaus met with the district solicitor as well as the president of Strauss Esmay law firm to determine if either had suggestions about teachers

who express personal opinions in the classroom. The solicitor advised to remove that part from the policy and the president shared that the group was working on revisions to the policy. As a result, the board said it will revisit the policy when it receives new recommendations. “For us, it didn’t make good sense to continue a rather contentious discussion on both sides of the argument when there’s a pending new revision coming in that our policy committee will have to review and consider,” Priolo said. During the meeting’s public comment, community members who support the changes argued for the value and importance of being able to discuss controversial issues. With discussions, they contend, students can learn civil discourse and criticalthinking skills. There were also concerns about censorship of

controversial topics. “It is a relief that my children’s district protects my children’s ability and requires them to present both sides so students are exposed to multiple perspectives,” said parent and educator Kathleen DeCristofaro. “In a world where algorithms determine their social feeds, I want them to know what other people think and why they think it,” she added. Those who opposed the addition to policy argued that a teacher’s job is not to emphasize his or her opinions in the classroom because it can create a negative environment if students’ opinions differ from their instructors. “Allowing teachers’ opinions to be included in their lessons, knowing their power and their authority, and the admiration of their students is not okay,” said parent Kathy Harting. “Teachers should be teaching and of

course nurturing, but sharing their opinions, their political views or what they think about a student’s faith or gender identity does not belong in a classroom setting.” The meeting concluded with a brief discussion on mentalhealth services the district will provide in the coming weeks, including Care Solace, a service that matches students to mentalhealth care providers. Member David Siedell also requested that the board consider a policy to protect student privacy at school-sponsored events, in lieu of recent pictures posted by a PTA group of a middle-school dance. The next board meeting will take place Thursday at 7 p.m. Drafts of the two measures discussed at the session are available on the district website.


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Seeds of history: Bank helps preserve area fruits, vegetables Burlington County founder builds on lifetime of growing experience By MATTHEW SHINKLE The Sun When Jeff Quattrone was growing up in Turnersville in the 1960s, his father started a garden in the backyard filled with fruits and vegetables. Over the course of that childhood, organic gardening and preserving what his family grew in the garden each harvest became a way of life for Quattrone. Although much of the products came from already grown plants moved to the soil in their family garden, he grew increasingly interested in the process of both growing food and recognizing the differences between the unique varieties of fruits and vegetables. Nearly a half-century later, Quattrone is the proud founder of the Library Seed Bank, an organization he started in 2014 to

preserve fruits and vegetables native to the South Jersey area. “It felt like a great way to make my voice heard and make work for some change with something I feel very passionate about,” he said. Quattrone launched the bank following a year of research on the concept and logistics roles that seed libraries play across the United States, which at the time were a relatively new concept. “The goal of the Library Seed Bank is to connect the public to seed and agriculture history in New Jersey through seed libraries by bringing seeds back to the counties and states they originated in,” Quattrone said. “The local seed libraries provide a permanent home for this through community-based programs.” The seed bank provides li-

braries in South Jersey with archived collections of preserved seeds for fruits and vegetables that interested residents can request to grow at their homes. According to Quattrone, participating locations include all six branches of the Gloucester County Library System, the Monroe Township Free Library System and the Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences, as well as other entities. While each library branch or entity operates within its own limitations, Quattrone acts as a sort of consultant with the various locations that agree to serve as seed libraries across Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. He has assisted in the preservation and historical documentation of various fruits and vegetables native to the area, giving residents the ability to

grow seeds that will thrive in the local environment. Since starting the seed bank, Quattrone has spoken at various community events both to share his knowledge on the topic and to gauge and generate interest in the topic. “It’s all about the public … They are essential in all of this,” he said. “My interest in connecting the public to seed libraries is the best way I’ve found to get people interested in saving certain seeds. “It’s something people have really started to embrace since I first started in 2014,” Quattrone added. “It’s grown so much over the past few years.” The topic of food sovereignty is one that’s also grown in recent years in light of the pandemic. Quattrone hopes that through his work, more families across South Jersey will embrace the

lifestyle, both for their own betterment but also to preserve the history of native fruits and vegetables. “I think there’s a lot of power in securing your own food and securing your own seeds, and sometimes that gets lost in all this,” he said. “With the quick shutdown that we saw take place when COVID emerged, there were over 600 communities that had their own seed libraries, and I’d say were ahead of the curve in a way … “ … There’s a real power in seeds and a lot of the public overlooks (it) at a quick glance,” Quattrone added, “but it’s a movement that’s continuing to grow.” For more information on the Library Seed Bank and where to receive your own seeds, visit https://www.libraryseedbank. info/.


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Teacher and LEO Club advisor is named Rising Sun Lodge Educator of the Year Maggie Gammie, a history, global issues and AP research teacher at HMHS, has been named Educator of the Year for 2021-2022, by the officers and members of Rising Sun Lodge No. 15. Ms. Gammie was nominated by Bill Brown, incoming President of the Haddonfield Area Lions Club, which is affiliated with the HMHS Leo Club, where Ms. Gammie has been the Leo advisor for six years. Both clubs raise money and provide activities and services for those in need, particularly people with visual impairments and blindness. The HMHS Leo Club has grown to 300 students whose activities include food collections, hosting a Senior Citizen

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Tropicana Atlantic City to debut eight food and drink outlets this year By CHUCK DARROW For The Sun If Tropicana Atlantic City is looking for a new marketing slogan, “Let’s Eat!” will definitely work. That’s because between this month and the end of the year, the 41-year-old casino-hotel will be introducing eight new hospitality operations, five of which will offer food service. The quintet of eateries includes: *Wild Honey Smokehouse and Tavern: The 5,000-square-foot casual-dining restaurant showcases various regional barbeque styles from across the country (e.g. St. Louis, Memphis). It recently had its “soft opening;” the grand opening is set for Memorial Day weekend. *Ossu Japanese Tavern: The focus is on small-plate items like yakitori and sushi (opens Memorial Day weekend). *Hash House A Go Go: The popular national chain (there’s one at the Moorestown Mall) that’s celebrated for its “twisted farm food” and large breakfast menu (opens this summer). *The Royce Social Hall: Billed as a combination American beer hall and “adult rec room,” this 10,000-squarefoot space will offer casual, shareable dishes along with a variety of games and activities including ping-pong, bowling and shuffleboard. It will occupy the long-empty space that originally housed the ill-fated Sound of Philadelphia restaurant/performance venue (opens this fall). *il Verdi: Atlantic City’s third-longest continuously operating casino restaurant (after Capriccio at Resorts Casino-Hotel and Nero’s Italian Steakhouse at Caesars Atlantic City) will move from its smallish longtime home in a somewhat hidden corner of the casino floor to a much larger space overlooking the beach and ocean that was most recently home to celebri-chef Jose Garces’ Olon (opens this fall). The remaining three new spots are all adult hangouts: The Purple Zebra, which will open July 4, is a daiquiri

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The past two years have been a whirlwind for Eastern sophomore Zoe Goldberg. Growing up, she lived and breathed soccer. So having played on the pitch for the first 10 years or so of her athletic career, she had dreams of continuing in the sport as she got older. But just when you think you know where you’re headed, life can throw a curveball. Often what matters is how you respond. Upon reaching Voorhees Middle School, Goldberg went out for the track team with her friends with the goal of being a sprinter, perhaps doing the 60-meter or 100-meter dash, something she thought would ultimately translate onto the soccer field when the fall season came back around. Goldberg didn’t make the sprint team. Instead, after asking the coach to be placed elsewhere on the team, she found her way into shot put and discus in throws. So began Goldberg’s response to life's obstacles. “From age 10 and on all I did was really play soccer, so if you had asked me what I thought the future would look like for me, I would’ve told you I’d be playing soccer at Eastern [High School] and in college and even be a professional soccer player oneday, that’s all I could see myself doing,” Goldberg said. “But when I first went out for track, I did it because some of my friends did and, in truth, I only really saw it as a way to build up my endurance in preparation for

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the soccer season,” she added. Just a few years later, Goldberg has made throwing at Eastern her own. Upon entering high school, she went out for the track team, and for the first time was able to do javelin. Only a sophomore, Goldberg has already heaved some pretty big throws despite her smaller stature and youth. So far, her personal record is 137 feet, 7 inches, accomplished at the West Deptford Relays earlier this season. The toss, at that time, put her at the top in the state and in the top 25 all-time for South Jersey javelin throws. She made Camden County history, too; Meanwhile, Goldberg is about 11 feet short of the Vikings’ school re-

cord. The marks that she’s hit in only her second year have been nothing short of spectacular, according to Eastern head coach Mike Tangeman. “It’s simply amazing sometimes to see the marks that she hits at these meets, because it’s a discipline generally where guys or girls are typically better when they get to their junior or senior year,” he said. “It involves strength and explosiveness and things like that, so it's rare to have someone throwing so far so early. “It’s fun watching people's reactions, to see them hear that she’s only a sophomore.” In only the team’s first scrim-

mage freshman year, Goldberg hit 75 feet against Audubon, a moment that throws coach Alec Sherman remembers vividly. At that point, he was immediately aware that Goldberg was going to be an athlete to watch. As both seasons progressed, the coaching staff ’s expectations for what Goldberg could accomplish at year's end have constantly evolved. “After that first scrimmage, we were ecstatic,” Sherman said. “She threw 75 feet her first time out … We couldn’t wait to see where it went from there. By the end of the season, she had made it to the Meet of Champions and was hitting 117 feet. It just felt like, and still does feel like, she’s

constantly one upping herself. “At this point,” he added, “it’s hard to set numerical goals anymore, because she’s constantly surpassing them.” As sectionals draw closer, Goldberg has stopped setting goals for herself in terms of distance. She knows what she can hit on a good day and is committed to throwing farther. But the added pressure of fixating on a specific distance is something Goldberg isn’t interested in doing. Instead, she continues to enjoy her early success and looks forward to what might be in store. “If you had told me before the season that I would’ve hit the marks that I did in the first two weeks, when they were honestly my end goals for the season, I wouldn’t have believed you,” she said. “If I was still focusing on goals in terms of distance, I might lose that sense of fun that javelin has given me the past two years,” she added, “because you can only hit new marks for so long.” Goldberg has since quit soccer and took up volleyball in the spring before focusing on lifting and training during the winter before track season. It wasn’t long ago when she saw soccer as her main athletic focus, but after the past two years, it’s safe to say javelin is where she’s most comfortable. “It felt like a difficult decision at first, but I quit soccer so that I could commit more time specifically to track,” she explained. “Giving it up, although it was tough, was definitely for the best, because javelin has just swept me away.”


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please see OBITS, page 13

General Employment

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MON-SAT 10AM-6PM • SUN 12PM-6PM

*CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY ADVERTISED PRICES