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 The Fourth of July promises to be a blast! This year the annual Bike Parade in Knight Park (Grant Ave entrance) will kick-off the festivities on Sat Jul 4. Registration is at 9:30am by the park gazebo. The parade will begin at 10am. Prizes will be awarded for the most creative decorating in each age group. For information about the event, sponsored by the Junior Women’s Club, contact Kate Jenne at 854-9578. The parade will be held light rain or shine!

 Start your Independence Day off with a bang! The Board of Commissioners and 1st Colonial Bank will sponsor a dramatic fireworks display on Fri Jul 3. The festivities will begin at 7pm in the High School Stadium with music group High Fidelity playing rock and roll classics from the 60’s to today. Admission is free and refreshments will be sold. The annual Independence Day Parade will be held on Sat Jul 4 starting at 11:30am.

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Residents of Collingswood and Haddon Township won’t have to travel far for Fourth of July fun. What are your holiday plans?

• A proud LANNA DAWSON (6) is pictured with her parents, FIONA and JIM, in front of the tree she planted with her Daisy troop in Knight Park. Lanna’s mom reported that the family will enjoy “a barbecue and watch fireworks at Collingswood High School.”

• Haddon Township’s ERIN LOUNSBERRY has big plans for the holiday weekend. “I’m going to visit my Dad in North Carolina – we’re going camping, and rock climbing, and sliding down waterfalls!”

• Collingswood residents GIBSON, MAEVE (almost 2), and CARA REYNOLDS will celebrate the Fourth of July in style. “We’ll be in New York City at the Little People of America National Conference,” Cara answered.

• The FIELD FAMILY, of Philadelphia, enjoys Crystal Lake Pool so much that they routinely travel to Haddon Towship for a swim. PHOEBE (1), NICO (6), and TIM are looking forward to “a camping trip in Ricketts Glen over the holiday weekend.”

• ESTELLA and CORA FIELD (3) are also looking forward to the family camping trip (see left). Estella explained that their weekend plans include a block party as well. • Crystal Lake Pool lifeguard TOM BARBIERI anticipates “working at the pool and then watching fireworks at Cooper River.” Rowan University student SHANNON NEWELL plans on visiting “the pool and getting a free hot dog.” • BlackBerry / Casio / HTC / LG / Motorola / Nokia Novatel / Palm / Pantech Samsung / UTStarcom • New Plans / FAMILY PLANS ADD-A-LINE / ACCESSORIES

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Cool-off at 2pm at Roberts Pool. Kids will enjoy water games, raft races, a coin toss, watermelon games, and other kids’ activities. Prizes will be awarded to participants. Call 854-0720 x110 for more information. Independence Day will wrap up with fireworks and the music of the Collingswood Pops. At 8pm, the newly formed orchestra will take the stage at the High School Stadium to entertain residents with patriotic tunes. The fireworks will begin at approximately 9pm at the Stadium. Fireworks and show rain date: Sun Jul 5. collingswood.com  Cover Story Haddon Township Independence Day, from page 1

The procession will step off in front of the Municipal Building and continue down Haddon Ave to Crystal Lake Pool. Parade entries will include bands, floats, fire trucks, pets, and patriotic bikes. Parade registration will begin at 10:30am at the Municipal Building. No pre-registration is required. Complete the day with a splash at Crystal Lake Pool. Bring the entire family. Following the parade, pool use will be free and open to the public until 6pm. Attendees will enjoy water races, food, beverages, games, crafts, entertainment, and prizes for all ages. Contact: Kate Burns at 854-1176 x4194 or kburns@haddontwp.com.

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 Register your home for the annual Fourth of July House Decorating Contest and let the games  The inaugural meeting of the Community begin! Decorations will be judged on creativity, Gardens Club will be held on Tue Jul 14 at originality, appropriateness to architecture, 6:30pm in the Library’s Community Room. Master history, and overall look. Gardener John Wiberg of the Rutgers Cooperative Judging will take place on the morning of Sat Extension of Camden County will discuss Jul 4; winners will be announced that evening at vegetable gardening. Bring your questions! the fireworks show. Proud Neighbors will award The Community Gardens Club will focus on Collingswood Cash to contest winners. the development of open spaces. For more Homes must be registered in advance to be information, visit collingswood.com/node/5789. eligible for judging. Call 833-1116.

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678 Haddon Ave Weekdays 9:00a to 4:30p 854-0720

7:30a to 10:30a Pajama Party The Pop Shop 869-0111

Community Center 30 Collings Ave W Weekdays 9:00a to 4:30p 854-4440

8:00a to 12:00n Farmers’ Market Irvin and Collings Avenue (Along the Speedline) 858-2200

Interchurch Food Pantry St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 832 Park Ave (at Dill) Tue, Thu 11:00a to 2:00p 854-0860

. s 1:00p to 7:00p Blood Drive Collingswood Manor, Chapel 854-4331 x126

Public Library Haddon & Frazer Aves Weekdays 9:30a to 8:30p Sat 9:30a to 1:00p Sun 12:00n to 4:00p 858-0649

8:00a Susan G. Komen Estate/ Yard Sale Fundraiser 401 New Jersey Ave 858-2200

6:00p to 7:30p Cub Scouts Pack 001 St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 456-5815

3:00p to 4:00p Line Dancing for Seniors Collingswood Manor 854-4331 x303

Tax Assessor’s Office Weekdays 12:30p to 3:30p Saturdays 11:00a to 2:00p 854-0720 x117

6:00p 4th Friday Meet Up Taylor’s Bar and Grill Lesbian Social Network of South Jersey lsn.southjersey.com

Violations Bureau Weekdays 9:00a to 4:00p

8:30p Live Music: If’n Grooveground grooveground.com

12:00n to 4:00p; 5:00p to 8:00p Intuition Exposition Community Center Knowledge for Living, Inc 1-800-595-4849 1:00p to 4:00p Artist Reception In the Knick of Time 609-707-7321

2:00p Strawberry Festival Collingswood Manor 854-4331

Roberts Pool 215 Hillcrest Ave Daily 12:00n to 8:00p

9:00a Registration 10:15a Motorcycle Run Scottish Rite, Parking Lot Genesis Centers 858-9314

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6:00p to 7:30p Cub Scouts Pack 59 7:00p to 8:30p Boy Scouts Troop 59 American Legion Hall 854-5152; 858-1592 8:00p to 8:45p Open Meditation Yogawood 858-YOGA

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The Week at a Glance: Collingswood mon jun 29 11:00a to 3:00p Card Group Community Center 858-6111

tue jun 30 9:00a to 11:00a Free Legal Advice for Seniors (appt only) Parkview on the Terrace Camden County Division of Senior Services 1-800-955-AGING 9:30a to 11:00a Toddler Playgroup Roberts Pool Municipal Alliance 858-1563

. s 6:30p to 8:30p Balancing Work and Family Lourdes Wellness Center, Little Portion 869-3125 7:30p Post 17 American Legion Tatem Shields Post 17 (Atlantic Ave) 854-7402

11:00a to 2:00p Food Donation Drop-Off St. Paul’s Lutheran Church St. Paul’s Food Pantry 854-0860 12:00n Walk with Genesis Genesis Counseling Center 858-9314

7:30p to 9:00p Pop Quiz Night The Pop Shop 869-0111

wed jul 1 9:00a Clothing Drive Transfiguration Church The Society of St Vincent de Paul

9:30a to 11:00a Toddler Playgroup Roberts Pool Municipal Alliance 858-1563

9:00a Shopping Transportation for Seniors/Disabled: Brooklawn/Deptford Call for current stops Sen-Han Transit; Camden County Freeholders 456-3344

10:00a Children’s Storytime Public Library 858-0649

12:00n Rotary Club Villa Barone 854-0152 4:00p to 7:00p Produce On the Go PATCO Station (at Stiles Ave W) 4:00p Express Yourself Public Library 858-0649 6:00p Bocce Ball Challenge Grove Park, Cherry Hill Lesbian Social Network of South Jersey. lsnsj.com 7:00p Zoning Board Borough Hall 7:00p to 8:00p Celebrate Recovery First United Methodist Church 7:15p Band Concert: Tom Del Moore Knight Park collingswood.com

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11:00a to 2:00p Food Donation Drop-Off St. Paul’s Lutheran Church St. Paul’s Food Pantry 854-0860 11:45a Shopping Transportation for Seniors/Disabled: Audubon Walmart Call for current stops Sen-Han Transit; Camden County Freeholders 456-3344 7:00p Green Party of Camden County Public Library 609-462-1781 Dusk Movies in the Park: Bedtime Stories Knight Park collingswood.com

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 The Collingswood Community Theatre is preparing two summertime productions. • First up: Barnum, a colorful musical romp tracing the career of American showman PT Barnum from 1835 until the creation of “The Greatest Show On Earth” and his partnership with James Bailey. The show includes songs like, “There’s a Sucker Born Every Minute,” “The Colors of My Life,” and “Love Makes Such Fools of Us All.” Barnum will be presented Tue Jul 7, Wed Jul 8, and Thu Jul 9 at 7:30pm in the Grand Ballroom at the Scottish Rite (315 White Horse Pike). There will also be a matinee on Jul 8 at 1pm. Adult tickets cost $12; $7 for kids/seniors and can be purchased at Borough Hall, second floor, or at the door. • Next up: Really Rosie, a treat for young theater-goers. Based on the book by Maurice Sendak and including music by Carole King, Really Rosie will be presented on Tue Jul 14 at 1pm and 7pm and Wed Jul 15 at 1pm at the Grand Ballroom. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door. Really Rosie chronicles the life and times of Avenue P’s resident drama queen, Rosie. Follow Rosie as she keeps the neighborhood kids entertained by acting out her elaborate show-biz fantasies. Group rates are available and special arrangements can be made for birthday parties by calling Mary Baldwin at 609-617-2220. For more information, visit collingswood communitytheatre.com.


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 Kids entering kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grades are invited to “Express Yourself,” a program which will include art projects, crafts, puppets, music, and drama. The youngsters will meet on Wednesdays at 4pm from Jul 1 thru Jul 22. Participants must be registered in advance. 858-0649; collingswoodlib.org u Collingswood

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 Three-, four-, and five-year-olds looking for stories, songs, play time, take-home crafts, and snacks need not look any further than the Library. Preschoolers and caretakers will meet Thursdays at 10am for Storytime thru Jul 23. Adults won’t want to miss the coffee and tea on sale for $1! To register, call 858-0649 or visit collingswoodlib.org.

WHAT’S ONGOING Borough Hall 678 Haddon Ave Weekdays 9:00a to 4:30p 854-0720

fri jul 3 3:00p to 4:00p Line Dancing for Seniors Collingswood Manor 854-4331 x303

Community Center 30 Collings Ave W Weekdays 9:00a to 4:30p 854-4440 Interchurch Food Pantry St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 832 Park Ave (at Dill) Tue, Thu 11:00a to 2:00p 854-0860

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sat jul 4 7:30a to 10:30a Pajama Party The Pop Shop 869-0111

6:00p to 7:30p Cub Scouts Pack 001 St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 456-5815

8:00a to 12:00n Farmers’ Market Irvin and Collings Avenue (Along the Speedline) 858-2200

6:00p to 7:30p Cub Scouts Pack 59 7:00p to 8:30p Boy Scouts Troop 59 American Legion Hall 854-5152; 858-1592

8:00a to 2:30p Craft Fair Cerebral Palsy Adult Center, Parking Lot Cerebral Palsy Adult Center 858-4984

Public Library Haddon & Frazer Aves Weekdays 9:30a to 8:30p Sat 9:30a to 1:00p Sun 12:00n to 4:00p 858-0649

9:00a Registration 10:00a Bike Parade Knight Park Junior Women’s Club keithandkris@hotmail.com

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9:00a to 11:00a Free Legal Advice for Seniors (appt only) Parkview on the Terrace Camden County Division of Senior Services 1-800-955-AGING

9:00a Shopping Transportation for Seniors/Disabled: Westmont/Cherry Hill Call for current stops Sen-Han Transit; Camden County Freeholders

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12:00n Rotary Club Villa Barone 854-0152

6:30p to 8:00p Group Spiritual Direction Lourdes Wellness Center, Little Portion lourdeswellnesscenter.org 6:40p No Frills, Just Thrills Race Cooper River Park South Jersey Athletic Club 667-2587 7:00p Commissioners’ Meeting Community Center 7:30p Friends of the CollingsKnight House Collings-Knight House 240-7098 7:30p Barnum Scottish Rite Ballroom Community Theatre 609-617-2220 Dusk Movies in the Park: Wall-E Knight Park collingswood.com

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6:30p to 8:00p Color and Feng Shui Lourdes Wellness Center, Little Portion 869-3125 . s 4:00p to 7:00p Produce On the Go PATCO Station (at Stiles Ave W) 4:00p Express Yourself Public Library 858-0649 6:00p Bocce Ball Challenge Grove Park, Cherry Hill Lesbian Social Network of South Jersey. lsnsj.com 7:00p to 8:00p Celebrate Recovery First United Methodist Church 7:15p Band Concert: Tom Darro Knight Park collingswood.com 7:30p Barnum Scottish Rite Ballroom Community Theatre 609-617-2220

7:00p Raisin D’Etre Wine Club Call for location 858-5056 7:00p Society for Creative Anachronism Public Library ironbog.eastkingdom.org 7:00p to 9:00p Second Thursday Coffee & Conversation Grooveground Lesbian Social Network of South Jersey lsn.southjersey.com 7:30p Historic District Commission Borough Hall 7:30p Barnum Scottish Rite Ballroom Community Theatre 609-617-2220 Dusk Movies in the Park: Kung Fu Panda Knight Park collingswood.com

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› The Lesbian Social Network of South Jersey (LSN) never stops: • Bocce Ball Wednesdays – Members enjoy spirited games each Wednesday evening throughout the summer at 6pm, at Challenge Grove Park in Cherry Hill. Games are cancelled due to rain. • LSN Fourth Friday Meetup – LSNers will celebrate the impending weekend on the deck at Taylor’s, Route 70 W in Cherry Hill, on Fri Jun 26 beginning at 6pm. Great music, happy-hour prices, and a free buffet until 7pm! • LSN Beach Day – On Sat Jun 27, beginning at 9am, members will enjoy some fun in the sun in Ocean City NJ. Attendees will meet on the beach, between 14th and 15th Streets. A second beach day will be held Sun Aug 9. • LSN Second Thursday Coffee and Conversation – On Thu Jul 9, from 7 to 9pm, members will meet up at Grooveground, 647 Haddon Ave. Second Thursdays are a great opportunity for new members to jump in. • LSN Goes Out to the Ballgame – On Tue Aug 4, members will cheer on the Phillies as they face the Colorado Rockies during the Seventh Annual Gay Community Night at Citizens Bank Park. LSN welcomes lesbians living in South Jersey and the surrounding area to join. lsnsj.com


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 Help keep your neighborhood safe. The Police Department is currently seeking volunteers to participate in Neighborhood Watch. A small-scale pilot program has yielded positive results; it is now being extended throughout the Township. Participants are expected to be observant and report suspicious activity to the police. Resident who would like to take a bite out of crime, should contact Officer Kirk Earney at 854-1176 x4134 or kearney@ haddontwppolice.com. u Haddon Township

Ritz’s musical love triangle

 Egyptian intrigue, romance, loyalty, betrayal ... what more could a theatre lover ask for? The Ritz Theatre is bringing Elton John and Tim Rice’s AIDA to the stage. The modern re-telling of Verde’s classic opera, AIDA is a complex story about three people forced to make choices that will change their lives and alter the course of history. The plot unfolds with a poprock score, exuberant dancing, and emotional singing. AIDA will open with a Preview Performance on Thu Jul 9 at 7:30pm and Opening Night on Fri Jul 10 at 8pm. Performances will be held on Fridays and Saturdays thru Sat Aug 8 at 8pm, Sundays from Jul 12 thru Aug 2 at 2pm, and Wednesdays Jul 22 and Aug 5 at 7:30pm. Ticket prices range from $17 to $30. To purchase tickets, visit ritztheatreco.org or call 858-5230.

 Did you know the Pop Shop was recently nominated for a Nickelodeon Parents’ Picks Award? Vote online by Wed Jul 15 at parentsconnect. com/parentspicks and perhaps the Pop Shop will bring home the prize!

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 It’s not too early to start planning for the next school year. Elementary school families will receive registration packets for the Haddon Township School Age Child Care Program during the first week of July. Registration forms and September tuition will be due on Fri Aug 14. Information can also be found at each of the elementary schools, the Community Activities Office, Rohrer Library, and the Municipal Building after Wed Jul 1. School Age Child Care provides before-school programs from 7:30 to 8:30am and after-school programs from 3 to 6pm in each of the elementary schools for students in kindergarten thru 5th grade. For details, call 854-0926 or e-mail pthieringer@haddon.k12.nj.us.


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 The smooth sounds of jazz will take flight in the warm summer air. The Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission will once again host the free Jazzy July series held at 7pm each Wednesday in July, rain or shine. Performances will be held on the Hopkins House patio under the stars. Be sure to bring your lawn chairs and blankets. The series features a variety of South Jersey’s finest local musicians. Camden County youth will be showcased as an opening act (7pm) to the featured headline performers (8pm). Catch the u Haddon Township following: • Jul 1 – Youth Band: Camden Academy Jazz Band; Featured Band: Sonny Keaton Quartet.  Pitch in during the • Jul 8 – Youth Band: Camden Academy Jazz neighborhood cleanups Band; Featured Band: Donald Washington. usually held on the • Jul 15 – Youth Band: Creative Arts Jazz Band; third Saturday of each Featured Band: Mysterious Traveler. month, rain or shine, • Jul 22 – Youth Band: Creative Arts Jazz Band; from 9am to 12n. Join in Featured Band: George Perkins & Friends. and help beautify West • Jul 29 – Youth Band: Miss Irene Bolletino; Collingswood Extension Featured Band: Nazir Dickerson. Train Station on Sat Jul For more information, call 858-0040. The Hop11. kins House is located at 250 South Park Drive. 854-1176 x4303

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 The programs at Rohrer Library are not just for the younger set. Adult and family programs include: • Anthony Mohamed and His House of Congas – On Tue Jun 30 at 4:30pm, Anthony Mohamed, a spoken word artist and percussionist, will engage the audience in poetry, stories, and song. • Petting Zoo (all ages) – Colette Bogie has been giving rescued animals a loving home for over 15 years. Meet her collection of clean and friendly animals and learn about their needs and natural habitats on Wed Jul 15 at 11am. • Bach 2 Rock: An Evening with Caryn Lin (Adults and families) – Enjoy a performance by violinist, Caryn Lin, on Tue Jul 21 at 7pm. • Thursday Evening Book Discussion Group (Adults) – On Thu Jul 23 from 7:15 to 8:45pm, bibliophiles will discuss The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield. • Camden Riversharks Mascot Visit (all ages) – On Mon Jul 27 at 11am meet the Riversharks’ mascot Finley! To register for programs, call 854-2752 or visit camdencountylibrary.org/events.

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 Hey senior citizens! The Collingswood AARP, Chapter #571, will act as your travel agent, offering a variety of trips in 2009. Registration is underway for the following: • Take a “behind the scenes” look at the life of an Amish family during the Amish Encounters trip. Meet the family’s children (who may even sing for you), take a tour with the father, dine with the mother-in-law, interact with the cows, meet an artisan cheese maker, visit an herb farm, and meet a quilt artist on Tue Jun 30. The group will depart at 8am and return at 8pm. The cost is $109 per adult and $89 for children 12 and under. To RSVP, call 854-1596. • Don’t miss the Sex & the City movie tour and discount designer shopping trip in New York City on Mon Nov 9. Tour the movie sites and then go to exclusive designer showrooms with personalized shopping consultants! The cost is $179 per person. Attendees will depart at 7am and return at 9pm. Call 8546396 to reserve a space. • On Fri Nov 20 head to the American Music Theatre for the Christmas Show. Enjoy lunch at Millers Smorgasbord. The group will depart at 9:30am. The cost is $89 per person. To reserve a space call Dot Ferretti at 858-1805. • See the Radio City Rockettes perform followed by an elegant luncheon at the Waldorf Astoria on Thu Dec 10. The cost is $189 per person. Call 854-6396 for reservations. The AARP is located at 500 Park Drive S in Haddon Township.

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› Tweens, teens, and adults are invited to join writer and zinester Katie Haegele for a zine workshop. What is a zine (pronounced: zeen) you ask? A zine is a handmade, original publication. The workshop will be held at the Library on Sun Aug 16 from 1 to 2:15pm. Those who would like to participate should register in the Children’s Department or call 858-0649. u Collingswood

Creating a garden oasis

 Lourdes Wellness Center recently opened its Meditation Garden of Peace, Healing, and Wholeness adjacent to the Little Portion of Lourdes Wellness Center. The theme is St Francis of Assisi’s prayer “The Canticle of the Creatures.” Create your own outdoor sculpture inspired by the Canticle of the Creatures during one of the Center’s Enduring Garden Sculpture Workshops being held on Sat Jul 25 and Sat Aug 15. The cost is $95 for each day-long workshop. Call 869-3125 for details. Space is limited.

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 It may be the start of summer but registration for fall sports with the Athletic Association is underway. Visit htaasports.org to register children. For more information about the individual sports, contact the following: • Cheerleading: Carol Quinn at quinn88@ comcast.net. • Field Hockey: Bill Marconi at wmarconi@ comcast.net. • Football: Jim Marino at faxdr1@aol.com. • Soccer: Kevin Dochney at kdoch@verizon.net. u Haddon Township

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› You can make donations to overseas military personnel each time you borrow a book from Rohrer Library (15 MacArthur Blvd). Snacks, green/tan socks, olive-green or sand-color t-shirts, cotton underwear (briefs), small games, CDs, disposable cameras, camping/travel food, hand sanitizer, Odor Eaters (boots), tea bags, coffee, toiletries, powdered drink mixes, and other items are being accepted. Aerosols, glass, breakables, and foods that will crumble or melt cannot be sent. 833-1726 u Haddon Township

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 Rohrer Library will keep your kids busy all summer long. Little ones can take part in any of the following fun programs: • Children can participate in the Be Creative @ Your Library Summer Reading Program. Reading packets and reading logs are available for the asking. Earn points, prizes, and a chance to win a gift basket based on reading and event participation. • Be a Reading Star (ages five to seven) – On Mondays Jun 29, Jul 6, Jul 20, and Jul 27 at 2:30pm, it will be the kids’ time to shine as they make music, listen to stories, work with puppets, and enjoy fun art projects at the Reading Star Club. • Color Your World – Read! (ages three to five) – On Tuesdays Jun 30, Jul 7, Jul 14, Jul 21, and Jul 28 at 10:30am, preschoolers will use the rainbow to explore the world of art. The first session will be about all things red. • Imagine, Create, Participate (ages eight and up) – On Tuesdays Jun 30, Jul 7, Jul 21, and Jul 28 at 2:30pm, kids will relish interactive stories, plays, and games. They will also use their imaginations to create art projects. • Teddy Bear Time (ages 12 to 36 months and their caregivers) – On Thursdays Jul 9 and Jul 16 at 10:30am, toddlers and caregivers can share books, sing songs, play games, and get creative. • Mr. Malcolm’s Theatre Workshop (grades 2 thru 6) – On Mon Jul 13 and Tue Jul 14 from 1 to 2:30pm, kids will explore the world of theatre during this two-day workshop led by Mr. Malcolm. Participants must attend both days. Space is limited. • Sitting in My Box (ages two to five) – On Wed Jul 22, at 12:30pm, Youth Stages will be on-hand to help kids play creatively with cardboard and paper. To register for these programs, visit camdencountylibrary.org/events or call 854-2752.


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Up next at the Farmers’ Market  The Farmers’ Market – held rain or shine between Collings and Irvin Aves, along the Speedline – isn’t just a weekly event, it’s an experience! Coming up: • The Market comes alive each Saturday morning with music by local musicians (weather permitting). All performances begin at 9am. Often featured on WXPN, Birdie Busch will make an appearance on Sat Jun 27. Bring a portable chair for a guaranteed a seat! • Have no fear, the Market will be held on Sat Jul 4. Celebrate America by supporting local farmers. • What do you get when you cross the Farmers’ Market with Restaurant Week? More fresh cuisine than you can shake a fork at! Farm Fresh Collingswood Restaurant Week will take place Sun Jul 12 thru Thu Jul 16. Participating restaurants will offer four farm-fresh courses for $28 per person. A restaurant list can be found on the Farmers’ Market’s Web site, collingswoodmarket.com. Decide where you would like to “freshen up” and make your reservations early!

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WORK-UP PHYSICAL THERAPY is conveniently located at 120 White Horse Pike in Haddon Heights (former DMV building). Due to high demand, slots for the summer session of the “Function Better Program” are limited and filling quickly. To reserve a slot for the program, call (856) 546-0377. At WORK-UP PHYSICAL THERAPY, you will find that: • Individual attention is provided by a licensed physical therapist during the entire treatment session. • The treatment sessions are provided in a friendly and professional environment. • Individuals of all ages and fitness levels are welcome • Free transportation is provided for local seniors

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 Don your best Egyptian costume and get ready to party with the Cardinal Cappers of Cherry Hill, members of the Red Hat Society. The Cardinal Cappers will host a fun-filled event at the Ritz Theatre for its production of AIDA on Thu Jul 25 at 2pm. The public is invited to attend and encouraged to dress in Egyptian garb. There will be door prizes, as well as prizes awarded for the best costumes. The special performance will even include lunch at 1pm. The Cardinal Cappers love to surprise their guests, so expect the unexpected! The cost of the event is $25 per person. Visit ritztheatreco.org or call 8585230, to purchase tickets. For more information, e-mail bjy324@verizon.net. To learn about the Red Hat Society, visit redhatsociety.com.

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Get to know the Yacht Club

 The Cooper River Yacht Club will host its annual Fourth of July Bill Flowers Regatta on Sat Jul 4 at 1pm. Long-time goodwill ambassador for the club, Bill Flowers, was a dedicated sailor. The public is invited to stop by to see the races. Admission and parking is free; Club officers will be on-hand to answer questions about sailing, lessons, and activities. The Yacht Club offers lessons tailored to various ages and skill levels. You don’t need a boat to enjoy the Club – just a desire to sail! 869-9145


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The Week at a Glance: Haddon Township mon juN 29

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10:00a; 11:00a Haddon Towncar: Wegmans; ShopRite Call to make arrangements 854-1176 x 4125 11:00a Chronic Pain Support Group Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

10:30a Color Your World – Read! Rohrer Library 854-2752 12:15p Rotary Club Tap Room 933-3020 2:30p Imagine, Create, Participate Rohrer Library 854-2752 4:30p Anthony Mohamed and His House of Congas Rohrer Library 854-2752 6:30p Adult Children of Alcoholics Self-Parenting Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

. s 2:30p Be a Reading Star Rohrer Library 854-2752 6:30p A Course in Miracles Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

wed jul 1 Haddon Towncar: Target; Kohl’s; Westmont Farmers’ Market Call to make arrangements 854-1176 x 4125

Haddon Towncar: Superfresh; Acme; Thriftway; Library Call to make arrangements 854-1176 x 4125

10:00a Preschool Fun and Learning Hour McDonalds Restaurant 931-6114

9:00a to 10:00a Senior Bingo McDonalds Restaurant Senior Citizen Association 833-1726

4:00p to 7:00p Farmers’ Market Haddon and Stratford Aves 854-7774

4:00p Creative Crafting Rohrer Library 854-2752

5:30p; 7:00p Vince’s Lecture: What is Normal? 8:00p Prayer and Meditation Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

6:00p Magic: The Gathering Tournaments Natural 20 854-7100

6:00p Magic: The Gathering Tournaments Natural 20 854-7100

7:30p to 9:00p Festival Choir St Vincent Pallotti Church 858-1313

7:00p Jazzy July: Camden Academy Jazz Band; Sonny Keaton Quartet Hopkins House, Patio 858-0040 8:00p to 10:00p Westmont Philharmonia Accordion Orchestra Acme Accordion School 854-6628

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fri jul 3 Municipal Building Closed Summer Academy Closed Summer Recreation Closed 2:00p to 8:00p Open Board and Card Gaming Natural 20 854-7100 6:00p Magic: The Gathering Tournaments Natural 20 854-7100 6:00p Mensa High IQ Society Coastline Restaurant 833-1726

7:00p to 9:00p Whatever’s Write Rohrer Library 983-6966

7:00p to 9:00p Studio Open House Backroom Pottery 609-922-2792

7:00p to 9:00p Poetry in the Park Hopkins House 858-0040

thu jul 2

7:30p Planning Board Municipal Building 7:30p Debtors Anonymous Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

. s 7:00p Festivities and Fireworks High School, Stadium 854-1176 x4194 7:00p AA Word & Wisdom Gay Meeting 7:30p Co-Dependents Anonymous Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

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Bible School

 St Vincent Pallotti Church will offer Vacation Bible School for children entering kindergarten thru 4th grade from Mon Jul 6 thru Fri Jul 10 from 9am to 12n. The cost is $20 per child. The registration deadline is Fri Jun 12. 854-3678 u Haddon Township

Acting out

 Does your child have a flair for the dramatic? It’s not too late to enroll them in the Ritz Theatre Company’s Summer Theatre Arts Day Camp being held Monday thru Friday from Mon Jul 20 thru Fri Aug 14. Ritz Kids (grades 1 thru 8) will meet from 10am to 3pm. The Junior Company (grades 9 thru 12) will meet from 3 to 6pm. Campers will improve their natural abilities and discover new talents while attending classes in acting, dance, and voice. They will also have the opportunity to see professional actors at work when they attend Thoroughly Modern Millie at Candlelight Theatre and AIDA at the Ritz Theatre. The four-week program will culminate with a fully staged production! The Junior Company will present Honk! on Sat Aug 15 and Sun Aug 16. The Ritz Kids will develop their own musical revue, which they will perform on Fri Aug 14. The cost is $475 for campers in the Junior Company and $375 for Ritz Kids campers. Camp Orientation will be held on Wed Jul 15 at 7:30pm for Ritz Kids and Thu Jul 16 at 7:30pm for the Junior Company. For more information or to register, call 8585230 or e-mail sales@ ritztheatreco.org. ritztheatreco.org


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#C168/T081 • June 26 to July 10, 2009

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Party at the Pour House

 The Saddler’s Woods Conservation Association is hosting its year-end fundraising event at The Pour House (124 Haddon Ave) on Sat Jun 27. Stop by between 4 and 10pm, let your server know that you are dining in support of the fundraiser, and 10% of your total order will be donated to the Saddler’s Woods Conservation Association. 869-7372; donna@ saddlerswoods.org u Haddon Township

Celebrate summer

WHAT’S ONGOING Crystal Lake Pool Crystal Lake and Park Ave Mon to Fri 12:00n to 8:00p Sat & Sun 10:00a to 8:00p 854-9229 Municipal Building 135 Haddon Ave Weekdays 9:00a to 4:30p 854-1176 William G Rohrer Memorial Library (Camden County Library, Haddon Township Branch) 15 MacArthur Boulevard Mon to Thu 10:00a to 9:00p Fri & Sat 10:00a to 5:00p 854-2752

 Township seniors won’t want to miss the annual Senior Citizens Picnic on Wed Aug 19 from 12n to 3pm at Crystal Lake Pool. Residents 60 years of age and older or those that are certified handicapped are welcome to attend the festive event that will include transportation, a barbecue, entertainment, swimming, and more. Betty Band: 854-1176 x4125

Poetry in the Park

 The Poetry in the Park series, sponsored by the Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission, is held the second Monday of the month, rain or shine, from 7 to 9pm at the Hopkins House. The series will be held every Monday in June. Featured poets will include J C Todd (Jun 29) and Storm (Jul 13). 858-0040

2:00p to 8:00p Open Board and Card Gaming Natural 20 854-7100 6:00p Magic: The Gathering Tournaments Natural 20 854-7100

. s Independence Day 10:30a Parade Registration Municipal Building 11:30a Independence Day Parade Haddon Ave 854-1176 x4194 Following parade to 6:00p July 4th Celebration Crystal Lake Pool 854-1176 x4194

s 6:00p Mensa High IQ Society Coastline Restaurant 833-1726 7:00p Festivities and Fireworks High School, Stadium 854-1176 x4194 7:00p AA Word & Wisdom Gay Meeting 7:30p Co-Dependents Anonymous Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

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 The Collingswood AARP will sponsor a Culinary and Wine Tour of Italy to be held from Sat Oct 17 thru Sat Oct 31. Marian and Dennis Smith will lead the group from Venice to the Amalfi Coast, Rome, Tuscany, Florence, and more! Interact with the locals and enjoy an abundance of wine and food. The cost is $5,149 per person, double occupancy. There are only six seats remaining! Call 854-1596 to register.

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The Week at a Glance: Haddon Township mon jul 6

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10:00a Haddon Towncar: Superfresh 11:00a Haddon Towncar: Wegmans Call to make arrangements 854-1176 x 4125 11:00a Chronic Pain Support Group Starting Point of NJ 854-3155 2:30p Be a Reading Star Rohrer Library 854-2752 4:00p Executive Committee Business Partnership Office 854-1620 6:30p Westmont Lions Club Tap Room 858-8240 6:30p A Course in Miracles Starting Point of NJ 854-3155 7:00p Board of Directors Meeting Courtroom, Municipal Building Business Partnership 854-1620 8:00p Knights of Columbus Clubhouse (350 Crystal Lake Ave) 854-9845

Haddon Towncar: KMart Call to make arrangements 854-1176 x 4125 10:00a Preschool Fun and Learning Hour McDonalds Restaurant 931-6114 . s 10:30a Color Your World – Read! Rohrer Library 854-2752 12:15p Rotary Club Tap Room 933-3020 2:30p Imagine, Create, Participate Rohrer Library 854-2752 6:30p Adult Children of Alcoholics Self-Parenting Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

thu jul 9 Haddon Towncar: Superfresh; Acme; Thriftway; Library Call to make arrangements 854-1176 x 4125

6:00p Magic: The Gathering Tournaments Natural 20 854-7100 6:00p Municipal Court Municipal Building 7:00p Jazzy July: Camden Academy Jazz Band; Donald Washington Hopkins House, Patio 858-0040 8:00p VFW Post 713 Ladies Auxiliary Clubhouse (111 Haddon) 854-9559 8:00p to 10:00p Westmont Philharmonia Accordion Orchestra Acme Accordion School 854-6628

12:15p to 1:30p Kiwanis Club of Haddons Tavistock Country Club, Haddonfield 858-1640 2:00p to 8:00p Open Board and Card Gaming Natural 20 854-7100

4:00p to 7:00p Farmers’ Market Haddon and Stratford Aves 854-7774 5:30p; 7:00p Vince’s Lecture: How to Play and Have Fun 8:00p Special Health Report Starting Point of NJ 854-3155

fri jul 10

6:00p Magic: The Gathering Tournaments Natural 20 854-7100

. s 9:00a to 10:00a Senior Bingo McDonalds Restaurant Senior Citizen Association 833-1726 10:30a Teddy Bear Time Rohrer Library 854-2752 6:00p Magic: The Gathering Tournaments Natural 20 854-7100

7:00p AA Word & Wisdom Gay Meeting 7:30p Co-Dependents Anonymous Starting Point of NJ 854-3155 8:00p Opening Night: AIDA Ritz Theatre 858-5230

7:00p Community Dispute Resolution Committee Municipal Building 7:30p to 9:00p Festival Choir St Vincent Pallotti Church 858-1313 7:30p Debtors Anonymous Starting Point of NJ 854-3155 7:30p Preview Performance: AIDA Ritz Theatre 858-5230

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Movie madness

 The Mayor and the Commissioners are sponsoring a series of town-wide Movie Nights at Recchino Field, located on Crystal Lake Ave. On Sat Jul 11, join your neighbors for a screening of The Goonies. The event will commence at 7:30pm and admission is free. The film will begin at dusk. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs for maximum comfort! Refreshments will be sold. For more information, contact Kate Burns at 854-1176 x4194 or kburns@haddontwp. com. u Haddon Township

The teen scene

 Rohrer Library offers a variety of teen and tween programs: • Tweens and teens can participate in the Express Yourself @ Your Library Summer Reading Program. Reading packets and reading logs are available. Earn points, prizes, and a chance to win a gift basket based on reading and event participation. • Creative Crafting (ages 12 and up) – On Thursdays Jul 2, Jul 16, and Jul 30 at 4pm, tweens and teens will explore their creativity with craft sessions. On Jul 2, attendees will make stylish tennis bracelets. • Tween Snack and Read Book Club (ages nine to 14) – On Tue Jul 21 at 4pm, the group will discuss The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and translated by Katherine Woods. Pick up a free copy of the book at the Circulation Desk when registering. To sign up for these programs, visit camdencountylibrary.org/events or call 854-2752.


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Artistic seniors Local artists take center stage

› Collingswood is where you want to be, especially on the second Saturday of the month. Join artists for the next Second Saturday event on Sat Jul 11, beginning at 6pm, and enjoy a vibrant evening of entertainment. The theme of July’s Second Saturday will be “Main Street America.” A celebration of all things American – festivities will include folk art and music, whittlers, and American art. Be sure to come hungry ... apple pie’s on the menu! Go to collingswood. com to learn more.

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 The Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission encourages senior citizens to tap into their creative energy. The 43rd annual Senior Citizen’s Juried Arts Exhibition will run thru Tue Jun 30 at Rohrer Library. 858-0040

 Check out what your neighbors have been up to! Perkins Center for the Arts will host a special exhibit, titled “South Jersey Emerging Artists,” Sat Jul 11 thru Sat Aug 15. The exhibit will feature the work of local artists Barbara Ferrera, RJ Haas, Jen Kirchner, Lynn Lemyre, Nancy Menashe, Kathy Malony, Heather Randall, Annette Rinker, Myra Ryan, Paige Seibert, Charlotte Serrano, Steve Testa, and Anna Vosburgh. The featured artists participated in professional development workshops held at Perkins Center for the Arts in Collingswood in April and May of 2008. Paintings, drawings, and print work will be on display during Gallery Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. A reception will be held on Second Saturday, Sat Jul 11, from 6 to 9pm. 833-0009

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A real ‘fun’draiser

 Spend an evening or an afternoon at the old ballgame while benefiting the Starting Point, a local agency that helps those suffering from addiction and other challenging issues. The organization will host a night with the Camden Riversharks on Sat Jul 11 at 5:35pm at Campbell’s Field. Kids will have the opportunity to run the bases and enjoy a fireworks show! On Sun Aug 23, the Starting Point will host an afternoon with the Riversharks at Campbell’s Field at 1:05pm. Attendees will be treated to full team autographs and free sundaes! The Starting Point will receive $5 from each $11 ticket. To buy tickets, go to the Starting Point’s front desk (215 Highland Ave, Suite C) or go to riversharks.com and enter the fundraising code: SPNJ. 854-3155 x102; startingpoint.org

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Summer fun

 The First Baptist Church will host two family nights this summer. Grab the kids and get ready for some fun! • On Sun Jul 26 at 5pm, the Church will host Sports Night. Come out for games, activities, hot dogs, pretzels, and more! Call 854-1540 to register your family by Tue Jul 21. Admission to the event is the donation of one sports-related item to Urban Promise (jump rope, cones, goggles, balls, shin pads, etc). • On Sun Aug 26 at 5pm, the Church will host Splash Night. Come prepared for water balloons, water slides, burgers, watermelon, and popsicles. Call 854-1540 to register by Tue Aug 18. Admission to the event is the donation of one back-to-school item for Urban Promise.

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 Emmanuel United Methodist Church invites all youth to join in the faith and fun at the Church’s Vacation Bible School. Camp will be held from Sun Jul 12 thru Fri Jul 17 from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This year’s theme is “Son Rock Kid’s Camp.” Campers will enjoy Bible lessons, songs, crafts, games, and snacks. On Sun Jul 12 from 6:30 to 7:30pm, the Church will hold registration, games, and light refreshments. For more information, call 854-5194 or e-mail emmanuelumcpastor@yahoo.com. u Collingswood

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 A collection of concerned Collingswood residents is taking to the streets! The new group, the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advocacy Committee, aims increase the walk- and bike-ability of the Borough. The Committee has created a web page, livablestreets.com/ projects/collingswoodstreets/summary. The group will hold meetings and events. If you bike or walk in the Borough, then you have what it takes to join the group. Simply hit the “Join Group” button on the Web site and leave your name and e-mail. u Collingswood

Looking for adventure?

 The Presbyterian Church invites local children to get ready for a Rainforest Adventure! Vacation Bible School participants will learn about God and Jesus through exciting activities including games, stories, and funfilled lessons. Snacks are included. Children entering pre-kindergarten thru 6th grade are welcome to join in the fun. The program will be conducted Sun Jul 12 thru Thu Jul 16, from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Call 854-4523 to pre-register or register on Jul 12. The church is located at Fern and Maple Aves.


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Community Directory: Collingswood Clubs and organizations AARP American Legion Auxiliary American Legion Tatem-Shields Post #17 Athletic Hall of Fame Boy Scouts Cub Pack 001 Boy Scouts Troop 59 Boy Scouts Cub Pack 59 Collingswood Book Festival Collingswood Cares for Children in Crisis Collingswood Cloud Lodge #101 Collingswood Chapter of Deborah Hospital Collingswood First Thursday Jazz Collingswood Parents Yahoo! Group Collingswood Youth Theatre Community Chorus Community Theater Conservative Club 0953 Cooper River Yacht Club Crew Club Crimson Cuties, Red Hat Society Ch. 69220 Daughters of the American Revolution Democrat Club Farmers’ Market Fiber Arts Guild Foundation for the Arts Friends of the Collings-Knight House Friends of the Farmers’ Market Friends of the Library Girl Scouts Grassroots Collingswood Green Party of Camden County HIS Homeschool Co-op Holiday Parade Committee Holistic Mom’s Network, West Jersey Horticultural Society Junior Woman’s Club Knight Park Board of Trustees Knights of Columbus Council 5113 Lesbian Social Network Lions Club Little League Municipal Alliance Newton Creek Watershed Assoc. Order of the Eastern Star #150 Order Sons of Italy Lodge 494 Organic Produce Co-op Our Lady of Lourdes Auxiliary Out in the Neighborhood Perkins Center for the Arts Police Family Auxiliary Proud Neighbors Raisin D’Etre Wine Club Rec Swim Team Rotary Club Savvy Sewers of Collingswood Shakespeare Company Senior Citizens Group Special Needs Family Support Group St. Paul’s Food Pantry Stray Animal Fund Student Job Pool Toddler Playgroup

Borough

858-0840 Commissioners 854-7402 Mayor M. James Maley Commissioner Michael Hall Ralph Daugherty 854-7402 Commissioner Joan Leonard Barney Beals 854-2676 John Park 456-5815 Programs & Services Carl Skowronek 858-1592 Joe Habina 854-5152 General Information Jean Brennan 854-6528 Borough Administrator Borough Clerk Mary Kay Maley 854-7764 Collingswood Partners F&A Masons 854-4501 Community Center Construction Code Official Naomi Cressman 546-8841 Historic Preservation Commission Suzanne Cloud 858-8914 Municipal Court groups.yahoo.com/group/ Neighborhood Preservation collingswoodparents Code Enforcement Officer Barbara Lefkoe 667-2722 Planning Board Dale Carey 854-6024 Public Library Mary Baldwin 609 617-2220 Public Works Recreation Rhonda & Joe Junikka 858Tax Assessor Info Voicemail 869-9145 Tax Collector Vince Szymkowski 854-2849 “Town Crier” Newspaper Vital Statistics Alma Olman 854-6688 Water and Sewer Billing Water Plant Beth Pomponio 768-0482 Zoning Board Joe Carney 858-8977 Zoning Code Officer Betsy Cook 559-0234 Lois Fuller 858-2159 Emergency Services Jerry Chambers 858-1000 Police Administration Susan Verzella 240-7098 Fire and Ambulance Administration Anne O’Donnell 854-9588 Ann Woodcock 858-6923 SCHOOLS Girl Scout Council 795-1560 Beth Burns 571-2608 Mike Gellman 609-462-1781 Board of Education Linda Shaughnessy 223-0204 Louis Cappelli, Sr., President Paul Kerth 854-6282 Robin Halpern, Vice President home.homewebs.com/ Louis Evangelista hmnwestjersey/ James Hatzell Gayle Reedy 854-3592 Gayle Reedy Kate Jenne 854-9578 Stephen Rydzewski Mike Brennan 854-0999 Joan E. Smith Raymond Czarkowski 869-3333 Lisa Soulos www.lsn.southjersey.com Kevin Walker Al BerPilbosian 854-4700 William Stauts, Oaklyn Shawn Campbell 858-4256 Heidemarie Wood, Woodlynne Steve Rydzewski 854-1901 x 343 Public Schools Mark Dill 858-1844 Garfield Elementary Kathleen Zielinski 722-9150 Newbie Elementary Larry DiGiovanni 854-3076 Sharp Elementary Andrea Bille 854-2529 Tatem Elementary Felicia DiMatto 858-4204 Zane-North Elementary www.outintheneighborhood.org Middle School Alan Willoughby 833-0009 High School Rose Garrity 854-1901 Scott Oswald, Ed.D., Superintendent x 408 Beth Ann Coleman, Board Secretary Marlene Granitz 858-1766 Thomas Anderson, PhD, Curriculum Susan Kaup 858-5056 Joanne Plescia, PhD, Special Services Susan Waters 854-2096 John Warne III 854-0152 Private Schools Pat Nelson 662-6893 Carol Alutius 609-221-2991 First Baptist Church Nursery Josephine Bak 858-0542 Good Sheperd Regional Catholic Greater Collingswood Children’s Center Linda & Tim Phillips 854-9352 TLC University Charles Wagner 854-0860 YCS Sawtelle South Nancy Welsh 854-4628 Marsha Gaspar 869-3431 Lindsay Tinker 858-1563 Betty Springman Thelma Daugherty

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Baptist

First Baptist Church 23 Frazer Ave 854-1540 Rev. John P. Nannery Sun 10:30a; Sun School 9:15a Bible for Today Baptist Fellowship 854-4747 x 127 900 Park Ave Pastor D. A. Waite Sun 10a; 1:30p; Thu 8p x 118 Bible x 125 Bible Presbyterian Church Cuthbert Ave at Haddon 858-7175 x 126 Rev. Christian Sturges Spencer x 130 Sun 11a; 7p; Sun School 9:45a; x 125 Wed Bible Study 7:00p x 110 x 117 x 115 x 126 x 121 x 121

Catholic

St John’s Catholic Church 809 Park Ave 858-0298 Msgr. M. Joseph Mannion Sat 9a 5:15p; Sun 8a; 9:30a; 11a; Daily Mass 9a Church of the Transfiguration x 122 445 White Horse Pike 854-0364 x 130 Rev. Richard J. Lodge Sat 5p; Sun 8:45a; 11:15a; Religious Education Sun 9:45a

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Church of Christ

Collingswood Church of Christ 300 White Horse Pike 858-7293 Mark Finn, Minister Sun 10:30a; Bible Class 9:30a; Wed Bible Class 7p

Episcopal

Christ Episcopal Church Grant and Comly Ave 854-5251 Rev. Canon James Moore Sun 8a; 10a Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Haddon Ave at Fern 858-0491 Rev. Mark Chattin Sat 5:30p; Sun 8a; 10a; Wed 10a

Lutheran

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St Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran Church 710 Collings Ave 858-1819 Rev. Judith A. Anderson Sun 10a; Sun School 9:00a St Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church 832 Park Ave 854-0860 Sun 10a

Methodist

Embury United Methodist Church Haddon Ave at W Wayne 854-2980 Rev. Champion B. Goldy Sun 9:45a First United Methodist Church 201 Dayton Ave 858-1186 Rev. Sam Mountain Sun 10:15a Praise and Worship Service; Sun School (all ages) 9:00a Frances Childs Methodist Church White Horse Pike at Collings 854-6890 Rev. Jay W. Brown Sun 10a

Presbyterian

Collingswood Presbyterian Church 30 Fern Ave 854-4523 Rev Kate Killebrew Sun 10:30a; Sun School 10:30a


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Community Directory: Haddon Township Clubs and organizations

TOWNSHIP

American Association of University Women (Camden County) Andrea Gross 273-7805 American Legion Post 230 Harold Armstrong 858-2755 Arts Alive Kathy Hogan 833-1726 Athletic Association Bob Davy 854-6892 Backroom Potters Co-op Glenn Hudson 833-1726 Bluebird Community Club Kristina Shaughnessy 833-1765 Boy Scouts Troop 179 Nelson Remetz 854-6877 Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission 858-0040 250 S. Park Drive CIVIC (Concerned Imaginative Volunteers Improving Communities) Kathy Hogan 833-1726 Civic Celebration Committee Kate Burns 858-7811 Committee on Disabled Maryann Krumm 456-3258 Cooper River Yacht Club 869-9145 450 S. Park Drive Cub Scouts Pack 3179 Fred Stine 854-4640 Delaware Valley Shag/Swing Club Sheila Perkey 609-519-0078 Democratic Club Linda Rohrer 858-8800 Friends of the Library Karen Hoffman 854-2752 Green Valley Tennis Club 435-7960 Haddon View Tenants Association Joan Kirkbride 240-1660 Historical Society Dennis Raibel 854-5632 Holy Saviour Senior Group Lyn Sharp 854-2141 HTAA Umpires Association Joel Grennor 869-0713 HTAA Youth Wrestling Bill Hoover 858-3818 HTHS Alumni Association Dan Santora 833-1152 Jubilate Deo Chorale & Orchestra Msgr. Louis Marucci 858-0693 Knights of Columbus Council 1443 854-9845 Kiwanis Club Dennis Dovie 858-1640 Marine Corps League Dennis Helmer 858-1125 Paul VI Alumni Association Dominic Vesper 858-4900 x 36 Republican Club Larry Gasperone 854-4610 Ritz Theatre Box Office 858-5230 Rotary Club James Spina 429-4096 Saddler’s Woods Conservation Association Janet Goehner-Jacobs 869-7372 Sen-Han Transit 456-3344 Senior Citizens Association Jane Clark 854-5335 Senior Citizens United Community Services of West Collingswood Heights Fran O’Neill 456-1121 Shade Tree Commission Bob Herbstritt 854-1176 x4200 Skate Park Project Dave Gallus 858-2896 Sons of Italy Lodge 494 Larry DiGiovanni 854-3076 Starting Point, Inc. of New Jersey Vincent DiPasquale 854-3115 ToHIP Stacey Clarke 520-3081 VFW Post 713 854-3717 VFW Post 713 Ladies Auxiliary 854-3717 West Collingswood Extension Civic Association Stephanie Cunningham 854-5945 Westmont Lions Club Dennis Downs 833-0380 Westmont Philharmonia Accordion Association Stanley Darrow 854-6628 Westmont Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary Ellen McCarty 854-1444

SCHOOLS Board of Education

School District Administrative Offices 500 Rhoads Avenue www.haddon.k12.nj.us E-mail addresses are @haddon.k12.nj.us Mark Cavallo, President mcavallo@ Bonnie Richards, Vice President brichards@ Chuck Albino calbino@ Robert Brown rbrown@ Wendy Caputi wcaputi@ Laura Chudd lchudd@ John Kendall jkendall@ William Mann wmann@ James Mulroy jmulroy@ Mark J. Raivetz, Superintendent mraivetz@ Mark A. Ritter, Board Secretary maritter@ Jerry Scheinberg, Special Services jscheinberg@

Public Schools

Edison Elementary Jennings Elementary Stoy Elementary Strawbridge Elementary VanSciver Elementary Middle School High School

Private Schools Paul VI High School

Eileen Smith Charles Warfield Charles Warfield Eileen Smith Don Pullano Kevin Rooney Gary O’Brien

Commissioners

Mayor Randy Teague MayorTeague@HaddonTwp.com Commissioner John Foley JFoley@HaddonTwp.com Commissioner Paul Dougherty PDougherty@HaddonTwp.com

WORSHIP 854-1176 x 4111

Calvary Baptist Church 117 Nicholson Road 742-0724 854-1176 x 4156 www.come-to-calvary.com Pastor Timothy P. Schieber 854-1176 x 4112 Sun 11am, 6pm Sunday School 9:30am Wed Prayer Meeting and Joy Club 7pm

Programs & Services

Municipal Building 135 Haddon Avenue www.HaddonTwp.com Adult School Business Improvement Clerk Community Activities Office 10 Reeve Avenue Community Policing Compliance Office Construction Environmental Commission Haddon Towncar Municipal Court Municipal Drug Alliance Municipal Solicitor Parking Meter Information Pet Licenses Planning Board Pool Membership Public Works Recycling Rent Control Rohrer Library 15 MacArthur Blvd Senior Center 143 Ormond Avenue Senior Citizen Services Tax Assessor Tax Collector Tax Payments Technical Assistant & Planning Violations Bureau Vital Statistics Water & Sewer Division Water & Sewer Payments Yard Sale Permits Zoning

Betty Band

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Betty Band Martin Blaskey III Jennifer DellaValle Margaret King Bonnie Richards Mary Twisler Jennifer DellaValle Jim Stevenson Tax Office Tax Office Lee Palo

854-1176 x 4125 854-1176 x 4124 854-1176 x 4121 854-1176 x 4151 854-1176 x 4122 854-1176 x 4140 854-1176 x 4121 854-1825 854-1176 x 4118 854-1176 x 4120 854-1176 x 4117

Emergency Services

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Westmont United Methodist Church 854-4916 200 Emerald Avenue westmontumc@verizon.net 854-1176 x 4138 Rev. Anna E. Wright 854-1176 x 4157 Sun 11a; Youth Sunday School 9:30 to 10:30am; Women’s Bible 854-0011 854-1176 x4134 Study 2nd and 4th Thursdays

Grace Baptist Church 25-27 Reeve Avenue 854-5573 www.gracewestmont.com Geri Heenan 869-7750 x 7316 Pastor Jay R. Thatcher III Kate Burns 854-1176 x 4194 Sun 11am Denise Adams 854-1176 x 4155 Church School 9:45am (all ages) Pat Thieringer/ 854-0926 Mens’ Ministry and Women Of Claire Melnyk Grace – call for dates/times. Kirk Earney 854-1176 x 4134 Betty Band 854-1176 x 4125 Catholic Ed Toussaint 854-1176 x 4123 Holy Saviour Peter Kroll 854-1176 x 4303 50 Emerald Avenue 854-0022 Betty Band 854-1176 x 4125 www.hschurchwestmont.org Mary Twisler 854-1176 x 4140 Msgr. Andrew Martin Lt. George Tagmire 854-1176 x 4136 Sun 8am, 9:30am, 11am Richard Klineburger 428-7469 Sat 5pm Tom Fitzgerald 854-1176 x 4205 Tax Office 854-1176 x 4120 St. Vincent Pallotti Bonnie Richards 854-1176 x4122 901 Hopkins Road 858-1313 Tax Office 854-4118 www.svpchurch.org Tom Cella 854-1825 Msgr. Louis A. Marucci Barbara Prince 854-1825 Sun 9am and 10:45am Bonnie Richards 854-1176 x 4122 Sat 5:15pm Nan Rosenthal 854-2752 Weekdays 8:30am

Police Administration 135 Haddon Avenue (rear of Municipal Building) Chief of Police Mark Cavallo Overnight Parking Police Dispatch Community Policing Kirk Earney Fire and Ambulance Haddon Avenue, Westmont Chief John Medes 854-1444 Nicholson Road, West Collingswood Heights 742-0483 Chief Mark Kozak Preston Morgan Jr 854-1176 x 4160 869-7700 Special Police Animal Control 783-4900

456-5555 858-3423 858-9542 858-8232 858-2792 858-8799 742-8506 216-0677 428-1314 869-7700 869-7705 869-7750 x 7313 869-7715 869-7720 869-7725 869-7735 869-7730 869-7750 869-7750

Baptist

Methodist

Emmanuel United Methodist Church 21 East Cedar Avenue 854-5194 www.emmanueloaklyn.org Pastor Gary Bartlett Sun 11am (as of Sep 14) Rhoads Temple United Methodist Church 504 Rhoads Avenue 854-3691 Sun 11am

Presbyterian

Immanuel Orthodox Presbyterian Church Elm & Calvert Avenues 854-8323 Sun 11am, 6:30pm Sunday School (all ages) 9:45am Wed Bible Study 7:15pm West Collingswood Presbyterian Church 858-3498 Collings & Calvert Avenues Sun 11am

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Yard Sales

Hitch a ride

 Seniors, and those who are certified handicapped, are eligible for roundtrip free shopping and recreational transportation via the Haddon Towncar. To schedule a pick up, call 854-1176 x4125. • Mon Jun 29 – Wegman’s and ShopRite, first pick-up at 10am; second pick-up at 11am. • Wed Jul 1 – Target; Kohl’s; Westmont Farmers’ Market. • Thu Jul 2 – Superfresh; Acme; Thriftway; Library. • Mon Jul 6 – Superfresh, first pick-up 10am; Wegman’s, second pick-up 11am. • Wed Jul 8 – KMart. • Thu Jul 9 – Superfresh; Acme; Thriftway; Library. u Collingswood

Arts, crafts, and so much more!

 Mark your calendars, the Collingswood Crafts and Fine Art Festival will take place on Sat and Sun, Aug 8 and 9. The Festival promises crafts in wood, ceramics, glass, metal and more. This juried show will feature hand-woven clothing, leather and exquisite jewelry, and photography. Original watercolor, oil, collage, and etched works will be sold by fine artists. Those who stroll the Festival will be serenaded with live music. Face painting and family art activities will be offered by All Fired Up and Jubilee Beads. Don’t miss the silent auction featuring works by Festival artists. Proceeds will be donated to charity. Auto enthusiasts will not want to miss Subaru’s “Art of the Automobile” display. Award-winning new models will be featured. PATCO, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Speedline train service, will sponsor a fascinating view of “Art in Action.” Foodies will not be disappointed. The Collingswood restaurant scene always satisfies – whether you’re in the mood for a curbside snack or a full meal. Don’t forget to leave room for dessert! “The PATCO Train: Then and Now” will inspire artists who participate in the Festival’s rendering contest. Artists, young and old, will have two days to complete a piece in their medium of choice. For information, contact Perkins Art Center for the Arts at 833-0009. The Art Festival will coincide with Second Saturday. Attendees are invited to extend their stay into Saturday evening, dine at a Borough restaurant, listen to live music, and view the work of emerging artists throughout town. collingswood.com

Town Book announced

 The deadline to register your child for the Township’s PreKindergarten program is rapidly approaching. If you have a child who will be four-years-old by October 1, 2010, they are eligible to attend the 2009-10 school year. Registration must be submitted by Wed Jul 15. However, the number of spaces available for the upcoming school year is limited. For registration forms or registration details, contact Karan Kredatus at 869-7715 or kkredatus@haddon.k12. nj.us 869-7703

 The Book Festival committee has picked Olive Kitteridge as this year’s Town Book. Written by Elizabeth Strout, the book features 13 interconnected short stories about a retired middle school teacher who lives in the quiet town of Crosby, Maine. A town-wide discussion of Olive Kitteridge will take place the week leading to the Collingswood Book Festival on Sat Oct 3. Look for the book at the Library or purchase it at the Collingswood Book Trader, 825 Haddon Ave.

Sat Jun 27 – 516 King Ave, Collingswood. 8am to 3pm. Multi family yard sale. Furniture, baby clothes, household items. Sat Jun 27 – 134 East Wayne Terrace, Collingswood. 8am to 1pm. Old glassware and dishes, Avon decanters, clothing, shoes, purses, treadmill, and other items. Rain Jul 11. Sat Jul 11 – 21 Eldridge Ave, Collingswood. 9am to 12n. Toys, housewares, jogging stroller, play house, round wooden table, brass chandelier, more! Sat Jul 11 – 251 Crestmont Terrace, Collingswood. 8am to 1pm. Household items, furniture, clothing, collectibles, more. Sat Jul 11 – 315 Wilson Ave, West Collingswood Heights. 8am. Giant multi-family yardsale. Something for everyone. Rain: Jul 18. Sat Jul 25 – 428 Stratford Ave, Haddon Twp. 9am to 2pm. Moving sale – everything must go! Rain: Jul 26.

Yard Sale listings are free for sales taking place in Collingswood and Haddon Twp ($10 elsewhere). Submit to yardsales@usa.com.

AVON REPS NEEDED!!! 50% profit. No door-to-door! Only $10 to start. 1-800-AVON-443 (ISR) or e-mail FHansell@aol.com.

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