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Cheese-making is hot! Learn how to make ricotta, mozzarella, and mascarpone on Saturday, April 24 from 11:30am to 2pm. $50 per person. In the Kitchen Cooking School 10 Mechanic Street Haddonfield 856-489-1682


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Borough’s talent takes center stage  Help yourself to an old-fashioned variety show on Fri Apr 24 and you may go back for seconds! Haddonfield’s Got Talent will be served up with a dessert buffet on Fri Apr 24 and Sat Apr 25 at the Haddon Fortnightly Clubhouse. Both shows will begin at 7:30pm. Featuring various acts by some of the Borough’s most talented musicians and dancers, the shows promise different surprises each night! Both talent extravaganzas will be followed by a reception and refreshments. Patricia King and Norma McGough, both active in local theatre, will emcee the shows. Performers will include: • Rae Ann and Tori Puff, a mother-daughter duo well known for their involvement with Plays & Players, will perform “Sisters” from the film White Christmas on Friday night. • Members of Dance

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• Home & Garden 10 • Kids & Camps 20 • Pets & Pet Care 17


• Community Directory 24 • Business Directory 27 Municipal Matters 26 Notices 24

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Looking for authentic Italian cuisine that’s also affordable? Look no further than CASA DiLUZIO. Chef Guiseppe DiLuzio has a special dish that never fails to get rave reviews from discriminating diners. It’s a grilled veal chop, sauteed and served with shallots and fresh red roasted peppers. The perfect appetizer? A mixed green salad with cucumber and tomato. The perfect wine? Gaio, a “well-structured, full-bodied” red from Sicily. CASA DiLUZIO RISTORANTE & BAR is located at 301 White Horse Pike in Oaklyn (on the Collingswood border). Open for lunch T to F 11:30 to 4; dinner Tue to Thu 4 to 10, Fri to Sat 4 to 11, and Sun 4 to 10. 856-833-1900.


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#446 • April 10 to 24, 2009

Around the Town What’s Your Take?

• Georgie Girl’s JILL SCHMID works hard and plays hard! Her talent? “Multitasking – packing many things, including fun, into a week,” she answered.

Enjoy an old-fashioned variety show, Haddonfield’s Got Talent, on Fri Apr 24 and Sat Apr 25. What is your talent?

• Manager at Houshiarnejad Collection, MOHAMMED AYUB’s talents include “rug making, arts and crafts, and decorating.” We found rug artist FELIPE OROCIO hard at work. “This is my talent!” he said gesturing to his newest masterpiece.

• Did you know that local teaching legend ROSIE HYMERLING is also an enthusiastic chef? “At home I’m chief cook and bottlewasher!” she exclaimed.

• Pictured with his newest shipment of wheatgrass, owner of Animo Juice ANTHONY GENTLESK laughed, “my cooking is the closest thing I have to a talent.”

• Owner of Georgie Girl, CYNTHIA HARRIS, is a woman of many talents. One of them is “guessing sizes ... bras, shoes, and clothing,” she reported.

• When not working at Houshiarnejad Collection, rug keeper FARZAD HOUSHIARNEJAD can be found practicing with his band Drink Up Buttercup. “I play piano and sing,” he explained.

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Haddonfield! will demonstrate their ballroomdancing prowess during both the Friday and Saturday shows. • Audience members will have an opportunity to showcase their talents during a folk song sing-a-long lead by The Rev. William McElwee. Amy McElwee will accompany him on piano. The McElwees will perform during both shows. • Another musical husband-wife team, The Rev. Peter and Lori Jo Jamieson, will entertain the crowd on Saturday night. • Violinists Andrew and Katherine Baloff will perform classical music selections on both nights. • Joanne Parsons will play popular tunes on the piano during both shows. • Instrumentalist Joseph Mikolko and vocalist Ellie Feller will bring some international flavor to the Clubhouse on Friday night. • Renowned flutist Mary Burk will also perform on Friday night. • Audiences will be treated to barbershop music performed by a male quartet from Camden Catholic High School on Saturday night. • Violinists Brittany Wekesser and Natalie Midiri will play the first and third movements of Bach’s Double Concerto on Saturday night. • The Pick-Up Band’s Tom Patton will accompany brothers, Patrick and Greg Gardner, on piano as the duo presents a vaudeville act on Saturday night. Tickets, which cost $10 per show, may be purchased by calling 266-1418 or e-mailing The talent show is being sponsored by the Haddon Fortnightly; proceeds will be used to maintain the 158-year-old Haddon Fortnightly Clubhouse.

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Thank You, Haddonfield! We look forward to serving you through another term on the Board of Education. Please support the Budget on April 21!

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Haddonfield salutes its

Senior Citizens

Wednesday, May 6 at the Mabel Kay Senior Center 1 Walnut Street, next to Acme Parking Lot

Come to an


10:00am to 3:00pm. See demonstrations of the many programs that take place at the Mabel Kay Senior Center each week: Lite Aerobics, Senior Boot Camp, Chair Tai Chi, Line Dancing, Art Workplace, Bridge, Computer Generations, Computer Club, AARP, Drivers’ Workshop, and more!

Come for a


11:30am to 1:00pm. Enjoy fellowship, musical entertainment, and the annual update from the Commissioners on Borough programs and services. Registration is required! Call 856-354-8789 by Monday, May 4. Red Kimono Day is an initiative of the Borough of Haddonfield’s Senior Citizen Advisory Board. It is open to senior citizens who live in Haddonfield, or who are members of Haddonfield churches.


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Readers rejoice!

Jim Pecka 16 S Haddon Avenue Haddonfield, NJ 08033 856.354.0988

 The Public Library is celebrating National Library Week, Mon Apr 13 thru Sat Apr 18, with a host of free programs and offerings: • Join New Jersey author Donald Gallinger for a discussion about his new book The Master Planets on Mon Apr 13 at 7pm in the Library. The novel spans five decades, exploring the life of a once-idolized rock star and his struggle with a legacy of evil. Gallinger will sign copies of his book ($14.95, during the event). • Stop by, enjoy a free cup of coffee with library staff, and learn about the databases currently available to Library patrons on Wed Apr 15 from 10:30am to 12n. • The Friends of the Library’s annual meeting will be held at the newly-renovated Markeim Arts Center on Thu Apr 16 from 7 to 8:45pm. Candidates for the Board of Commissioners will answer written questions from audience members about the future of the Library. Former Commissioner, Gene Kain, will moderate the event. Also, the winner of the Friends of the Library logo contest will be announced. • A Basic Excel class will be taught by Friends of the Library Board President, Phil Shapiro, on Fri Apr 17 from 10:30am to 12n at the Library. Card holders may register by calling 429-1304. • Also on Fri Apr 17: Teen Movie Night. Transformers, will be shown at the Library beginning at 7pm. Join your friends for a film and a light snack! Need some more reasons to love the Library? Return your overdue items during Library Week and all of your fines will be forgiven! All the Library asks in return is that those who return late books also bring a can of food to donate to the Food Bank of South Jersey. For more information on Library programs, call 429-1304 or go to


Less Talk. More Action. As a member of the Board of Commissioners for the past four years, I served as Director of Revenue & Finance. Major accomplishments of my department included: 4 Successful completion of the state-mandated, town-wide, reassessment program. 4 Continued support of the business district through the Partnership for Haddonfield. 4 Implementation of an online payment system for property taxes and water/sewer bills. 4 Elimination of the Assistant Administrator position. I participated in and supported a variety of initiatives in other departments, including: 4 New recycling buckets for paper and yard waste. 4 New elevator at the Mabel Kay House for seniors. 4 Million-dollar-a-year road repaving program. 4 New pavilion at Crows Woods, plus parking area upgrades. 4 New restroom facilities at Centennial tennis courts. 4 Renovation of Kings Court. 4 New “radio read” water meters throughout town. 4 Upgrades to water and sewer pumping stations. 4 Elimination of the Lieutenant position in the Police Department. 4 New fire truck (replacing 30-year-old apparatus). 4 New business district zoning ordinance. 4 New curfew ordinance. On Tuesday, May 12, RE-ELECT COMMISSIONER


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When the FIRE ALARM rings, who responds?

Your Neighbors! Steven Ay Firefighter

Skip Bean Firefighter

Bill Delaura Firefighter

Joseph Dunn Firefighter

Kyle Graeber Lieutenant

Richard Kahl Lieutenant

Jeff Mirabello Lieutenant

Tim Green Driver

Chuck Kasse Firefighter

Andrew Moran Firefighter

Robert Bowman Driver

Lou Fallstick Firefighter

David Griffeth Firefighter

Charlene Creed Driver/Secretary

Brian Plodizyn Firefighter/VP

Butch Brees President/Driver

Lou Frontino Captain

Jeff Brick Driver

John Gargano Driver

Parker Griffeth Don Hensel Firefighter/Trustee Fmr. Asst. Chief/Driver

Kevin MacDonald Driver/Treasurer

Joe Riggs Chief

Craig Maull Driver

Jim Russell Lieutenant

George Cox Fmr. Chief/Driver

Tom Gargano Firefighter

We are the members of Haddon Fire Company No. 1 – guardians of your home, your property, your life. We’re there for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year.

Craig Jordan Lieutenant

In 2008, we responded to 457 calls from neighbors just like you. Not one of them received a bill for our services.

Mike Miller Driver

On April 20, 21, 22, and 23, we will be conducting our Annual Fund Drive from 6pm to 9pm. Uniformed volunteers will stop by every residence in Haddonfield, seeking contributions.

Will Schaub Fmr. Asst. Chief/Lt.

Your support will enable us to provide the exceptional protection you expect – and deserve. Please be generous. Thank you.

Harvey Shaw Driver

Rusty Trotman Driver

Sam Trotman Asst. Chief

Tom Trotman Firefighter

Joe Walls Captain

Don Webb Firefighter

Administration: 429-4308 Emergency: 911

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Annual Fund Drive: April 20 to 23


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 Bathing suits are not the enemy! Shape up for summer with Sue Heindel’s exercise classes held at the Presbyterian Preschool. Classes will run from Mon Apr 13 thru Fri Jun 12 (excluding Mon May 25): • Step Aerobics – This high-intensity, lowimpact workout will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:15 to 9:45am. • Strength Training – Tone your entire body with weight-bearing resistance on Mondays from 9:15 to 10:15am and on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:45 to 10:30am. • Pilates – A series of exercises which accommodates all fitness levels. Increase your strength, flexibility, and balance. Classes will be held on Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:15 to 10am. Babysitting is available for a nominal fee. For cost and registration information visit the Presbyterian Preschool or call Sue Heindel at 428-6641.


 Satisfy your sweet tooth on Sat Apr 18 when Haddonfield Plays & Players and the Markeim Arts Center present Sweet Sounds of Hope, a dessert cabaret. Doors open at 7:30pm and the cabaret will begin promptly at 8pm. The event, held at Markeim Arts Center, will feature vocalists, Kim Adler, Stephen Heath, David Mooney, Melissa Daniels, and Benita Simpson. The cabaret will be followed by beverages and an array of sweets prepared by Executive Chef, Kathy Gold, of In the Kitchen Cooking School. While enjoying dessert, browse the latest exhibit at the Markeim, “Trio,” featuring artists Bill Marlin, Lois Lewis Schumm, and Fred Schumm. The cost is $40 per person and seating is limited. Tickets will be sold on a first come; first served basis. For reservations, call Plays and Players at 429-8139 or visit

Proud Neighbors of Collings wood

Porch Brunch& House Tour Sunday, May 17

Porch Brunch & Tour: $25 Brunch Seatings: 11 am & 1 pm Brunch tickets are limited. Call early! Brunch reservations required. Call In the Knick of Time at 856-854-1070 House Tour: $12 in advance, $15 day of tour, 12 Noon-5:30 pm

Tour Tickets are available in advance at: Bauhuas Hair Design Studio, 788 Haddon Avenue Collingswood Borough Hall, 678 Haddon Avenue Grooveground Coffeebar, 647 Haddon Avenue

Paid for by Ed Borden for Commissioner Committee 408 Overhill Road, Haddonfield NJ. John H. Reisner, Treasurer

On May 17th, Tour Tickets available at: 825 Colford Avenue, Collingswood For more information email:


#446 • April 10 to 24, 2009

The Week at a Glance 343 Kings Hwy E Wed Thu Fri, First Sundays 1p to 4p Historical Society Library 343 Kings Hwy E Tue, Thu 9:30a to 11:30a First Sun 1:00p to 3:00p 429-7375

Markeim Art Center Lincoln & Walnut Tue thru Fri 9a to 3p Sat, Sun 1p to 5p Or by appointment 429-8585 Post Office 25 Haddon Ave S Mon thru Fri 8:30a to 5p Sat 9a to 1p 429-0246 Public Library Haddon N & Tanner Mon thru Fri 10a to 9p Sat 10a to 5p Sun 1p to 5p 429-1304

Apr 5 Apr 8 Apr 10 Apr 12 May 25

Palm Sunday Passover – Sundown Good Friday Easter Sunday Memorial Day

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7:00a Good Friday Liturgy 12:00n Stations of the Cross 2:30p Stations for Children 7:30p Good Friday Liturgy Grace Church 429-0007

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9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

7:00p Stitch ‘n Bitch Grind House Haddonfield Knitters

9:30a Bowling Call for Location 65 Club 429-1290

7:00p Commissioners’ Worksession Borough Hall, Room 101

12:00n to 3:00p Good Friday Community Service at Methodist Church 7:30p Tenebrae Service of Shadows Lutheran Church 429-5122 12:00n to 3:00p Good Friday Community Vigil and The Seven Last Words of Christ 2:00p to 3:00p Children’s Good Friday Service Methodist Church 429-0403

8:00a; 10:00a Easter Masses Christ the King Church 429-1600 8:00a; 9:30a; 11:00a Easter Worship Service Lutheran Church 429-5122 8:00a; 9:30a; 11:00a Easter Service Methodist Church 429-0403

7:15p Pick-Up Band ReadThrough Middle School 429-0426

8:30a; 11:00a Traditional Easter Service 9:30a Family Easter Service Presbyterian Church 429-1960

7:30p Sojourner Truth Program Fortnightly Clubhouse Evening Membership Division of the Haddon Fortnightly 428-0294

6:00p to 7:00p Intermediate Rumba 7:00p to 8:00p Beginners’ Merengue Lesson 8:00p to 10:30p Open Dancing Grace Church Dance Haddonfield 429-5355

7:30p Commissioners’ Meeting Borough Hall, Room 102 7:30p Al-Anon Presbyterian Church, Third Floor

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7:30p Commissioners Meeting Borough Hall, Room 102


7:30p to 9:00p Italian Conversation Group The Crepe & Ribbon 546-5878 8:00p to 10:00p English Country Dancing Friends Meeting House, Auditorium 429-9186

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6:30a Sunrise Service 8:00a; 9:30a; 11:15a Festive Eucharist 9:30a Family Holy Eucharist 10:45a Easter Egg Hunt 7:00p Celtic Easter Eucharist Grace Church 429-0007

tue apr 14 2:00p to 4:00p Bingo for Seniors Mabel Kay House 354-8789

11:15a to 2:15p Shopping Transportation for Seniors/Disabled: Wal-Mart Sen-Han Transit 456-3344

6:27a Sunrise Service Baptist Cemetery 11:00a Worship Service: Choirs and Brass First Baptist Church 429-2326

12:00n to 1:00p Confession 7:00p Easter Vigil Grace Church 429-0007

8:30a to 10:00a Coffee with Neal Rochford Grind House Cafe

10:00a An Hour with Mary 3:00p Good Friday Service 7:00p Tenebrae Service Christ the King Church 429-1600

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12:00n Easter Food Blessing 8:00p Easter Vigil Service Christ the King Church 429-1600


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Good Friday Borough Hall Closed Normal Trash Pick-Up Public Schools Closed Library Closes at 5pm

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12:30p to 3:00p Lunch & Conversation Mabel Kay House 354-8789

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The Week at a Glance mon apr 13 Day 1 9:15a to 10:15a Strength Training Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:30a to 11:00a Tai Chi Classes Methodist Church 429-0403 11:30a Senior Boot Camp and Chair Tai Chi Lincoln Commons Senior Citizen Board 354-8789 12:00n Social Hour 12:30p Meeting/Program Mabel Kay House AARP 428-7393 7:00p Municipal Court Borough Hall, Room 102 7:00p Author Event Public Library 429-1304 7:30p to 8:45p Haddonfield Great Books Haddon Heights Library, 608 Station Ave 655-8085; 435-6764

tue apr 14 7:00a Business Networking International Ponzio’s Diner, Cherry Hill 751-0900 8:30a to 9:30a Tuesday Tours Friends School Call for appointment 429-6786 9:15a to 9:45a Step Aerobics Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:45a to 10:30a Strength Training Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:50a to 12:45p Shopping Transportation for Seniors/Disabled: Cherry Hill stores Sen-Han Transit 456-3344 10:00a Fitness Class for Seniors Presbyterian Church, Choir Room Senior Ministry 429-1960 10:00a to 12:00n Melodeers Singing Group Lutheran Church 429-2974 10:00a to 12:00n Internet 301 for Seniors 1:00p to 3:00p Digital Camera and Photo Editing for Seniors Mabel Kay House Computer Generations 609-261-0246

wed apr 15 Deadline for Julie R. Macier Award Entries 7:00a to 8:30a Community Coffee with Superintedent Fegley Starbucks 429-4130 x201 8:00a Golf Outing Pennsauken Country Club 65 Club 429-7271 9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 10:00a Over 50 Computer Club Mabel Kay House 354-8789 10:00a to 12:00n Computer 101 for Seniors 1:00p to 3:00p Internet 102 for Seniors Mabel Kay House Computer Generations 609-261-0246 12:00n Artisans Order of Mutual Protection: Haddon Assembly #12 Baptist Church 461-8619 12:00n to 3:00p Mayor Colombi’s Open Door Session Borough Hall, Room 102 429-4700 x208

thu apr 16

fri apr 17 Order Deadline for Pack 65’s Flower Sale

Call for times Singles’ Movie Night The Ritz, Voorhees Single Movie Lovers 354-2018

White Cane Days 8:30a to 10:00a Coffee with Neal Rochford Grind House Cafe

9:00a to 12:00n; 1:00p to 4:00p Art Classes for Seniors Mabel Kay House 354-8789

9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

9:15a to 9:45a Step Aerobics Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

9:30a Bowling Call for Location 65 Club 429-1290

9:45a to 10:30a Strength Training Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

10:30a to 12:00n Basic Excel Class Public Library 429-1304

10:00a to 12:00n Mothers’ Group Lutheran Church 429-5122

12:15p to 1:30p Kiwanis Club Tavistock Country Club 858-1640

10:30a Toddlertime Public Library 429-1304

12:30p to 3:00p Pizza & Movie Mabel Kay House 354-8789

11:15a Fitness Class for Seniors Presbyterian Church, Choir Room Senior Ministry 429-1960

7:00p Jud Caswell Performance High School, Auditorium High School Environmental Science Program rsmith@haddonfield.k12.

11:30a Senior Boot Camp and Chair Tai Chi Lincoln Commons Senior Citizen Board 354-8789

Dance the night away ...

 Dance Haddonfield is celebrating its ninth anniversary and you are invited! On Sun Apr 19 a soiree will be held from 7 to 10:30pm in place of the regularly scheduled lessons. Attendees will enjoy a hot buffet, salad, desserts, music, and dancing. Don your formal attire (jackets and ties for men; dressy clothing for ladies) and get ready for a night to remember at Grace Church. Music and the buffet will be provided by Steve and Betty Culver. The cost is $12 per person. For more information, visit

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 Mark your calendars for Interfaith Caregivers’ annual 12:15p to 1:30p 1:00p to 2:00p Touch-a-Truck Family Rotary Club 7:30p Al-Anon Festival on Sat May 2 Tavistock Country Club Haddonfield Parks Presbyterian Church, from 10am to 2pm in 795-7976 7:00p Conservancy Third Floor Neal Rochford Campaign Borough Hall, Room 201 10:30a to 12:00n the Archer & Greiner 12:30p Fundraising Event 429-7250 Open House for Library parking lot (One Pinochle Markeim Arts Center Databases 6:15p Centennial Square). 65 Club (110 Rhoads Ave) 428-3828 7:30p Public Library Lions Club 429-4688 American Legion Post 38 429-1304 Tavistock Country Club Sponsored by 7:30p Post 38, Veterans Lane 428-2363 Holman Enterprises, 1:30p Boy & Cub Scouts Pack 65 429-5414 10:30a the event will feature Preschool Storytime Methodist Church Preschool Storytime 7:00p to 8:45p Public Library 429-3816 Public Library Annual Public Meeting fire engines, back-hoes, wed apr 15 429-1304 429-1304 Markeim Arts Center front loaders, dump 7:30p Friends of the Library continued 1:30p to 3:00p Presentation: An Overview trucks, school buses, 12:00n 429-1304 Line Dancing for Seniors of Alzheimer’s Disease Garden Club and more. Kids of all 7:30p to 9:00p Lincoln Commons Grace Church, Parish Hall First Baptist Church 7:30p ages will enjoy looking Beginner Italian Senior Citizen Board Alzheimer’s Association 429-3895 Human Relations Conversation Group 354-8789 429-0007 Commission at and climbing on the The Crepe & Ribbon 2:00p to 3:00p Borough Hall featured trucks. 546-5878 7:00p to 7:30p Lite Aerobics for Seniors Don’t miss music, Children’s Church Mabel Kay House 7:30p Lutheran Church 354-8789 face painting, food, Borough Commissioner 429-5122 moon bounces, Candidates’ Forum Middle School, Auditorium crafts, and a special Civic Association appearance by Bob the Builder. The Cherry For next week, < continued < continued see pages 18 and 19 Hill police will be on hand to provide free Oil Change & Lube Services children’s picture ID NOW HIRING INCLUDES: Up to 5 Qts. of Oil Oil Filter (Some cards. Car Wash filters extra) Top Off the Following: Engine Coolant, Enjoy the budgetAttendants, Lube Power Steering Fluid, Windshield Washer Fluid friendly fun. The cost Technicians & Check & Set Tires of Proper Pressure Check Air Filter Check Condition of Belts DETAIL & LUBE CENTER is $20 per family (up Cashiers Check Differentials (if applicable) Lubricate Chassis 235 Haddonfield - Berlin Road to six people). $25 Inquire at Location (if applicable) Check Exterior Lights & Wipers (across from Winner Ford) donor tickets can be CAR Wash Hours LUBE Hours CHERRY HILL Mon-Sat 8-6 • Sun 8-4 Mon-Fri 9-5 • Sat 8-5 • Sun 8-4 purchased on the day of the event. Proceeds FULL SERVICE CAR WASH SPECIAL PLUS CAR WASH will benefit Interfaith $ $ 7.81 +Tax PLU1030 12.94 +Tax PLU1031 ANY OIL CHANGE SERVICE Caregivers. For details, • Interior Vacuuming • Dash & console dusted • Interior windows • Interior Vacuuming • Interior windows • Hand towel dry OIL CHANGE AND LUBE SERVICES Starting at $35.95 + tax • Hand towel dry • Air Freshner • Tire dressing • Door jambs wiped • Door jambs wiped • Wheel cleaner • Ashtrays emptied e-mail touchatruck@ • Wheel cleaner • Ashtrays emptied • Cleacoat protectant Expires 4/24/09 PLU1097 • Dash & console dusted • Triple foam polish • Undercarriage wash FREE Full Service Car Wash With this coupon. Vans/Suvs/Trucks/Limos/Cross-overs $1 add’l. With this coupon. Vans/Suvs/Trucks/Limos/Cross-overs $1 add’l. With this coupon. With Oil Change Package Not to be combined with other offers. 7:30p La Leche League Mabel Kay House 429-2082

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 The newest exhibit at the Historical Society showcases a variety of items. “Coming Home to Roots: A Sampler of Recent Acquisitions” is made up of objects that the Society has received in the last three years. The exciting exhibit includes portraits, a wedding gown, photographs, a table once owned by John Estaugh Hopkins, a naval uniform from the Spanish American War (1898), newspaper articles illustrating local events – like the catastrophic flood of 1941 – and more. Stop in during regular Greenfield Hall visiting hours: Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1 to 4pm and the first Sunday of the month from 1 to 4pm, or by appointment. Admission is free for members; $4 for nonmembers. Call 429-7375 for details.

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 The annual Inclusive Ministry Workshop will be held at Bancroft NeuroHealth on Sun Apr 19 from 3 to 6:45pm. Registration will start at 2:30pm. People with disabilities often struggle to participate in their religious communities due to challenges and misconceptions. The annual workshop – intended for clergy members, congregation leaders, family members of people with disabilities, professionals, and others – will focus on these issues. This year’s gathering will feature an address by Mary Beth Walsh, PhD, a Catholic theologian, mother of an autistic child, and board member of the Association of Science in Autism Treatment. Her presentation is titled “Communities of Faith and Individuals with Autism: Perfect Together.” The workshop will also include the following programs: “Supporting Siblings of Persons with Special Needs” by Bancroft psychologists, Rachel Watson and Lori Field; “How to Build a Special Needs Ministry” by the Reverend Bill Gaventa of the Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities; and “Including People who are Deaf” by Sister Bonnie McMenamin of the Ministry with the Deaf and People with Disabilities of the Camden Diocese. In addition, Rabbi Judith Abrahamson, a learning consultant from the Rabbinical College of Pennsylvania, will moderate an open discussion among workshop participants, focusing on how congregations can eliminate barriers. To register, contact Sister Mote at 429-5637 x148 or

Drivers’ ed

 The Mabel Kay House will host the AARP Driver’s Workshop on Thu Apr 23 and Fri Apr 24 from 10am to 3pm daily. Those age 50-plus are welcome. The cost is $15. Attendance may reduce the cost of your insurance! Call Ed at 428-6547 to register.

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 Next up on the Garden Club’s schedule: Members and guests will discover “The Art of Design” on Tue Apr 14 at 12n at the First Baptist Church. Jane Bersch, the President of the Pinelands Garden Club and a National Garden Club Master Judge, will discuss garden show expectations and standards. Club members and interested guests will prepare floral arrangements to be evaluated by Bersch. Other activities for the month include: On Fri Apr 17, Jenn Morrissey will lead a garden therapy session at the Haddonfield Home with the help of club members. Then, The Garden Club of New Jersey District VII meeting will be held on Wed Apr 22 in Medford. Activities throughout the year include the annual Herb Sale, field trips, the maintenance of planters along Kings Hwy, and other community projects. 428-1162



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 Get ready to score some sweet deals! With jewelry, baby equipment, clothing, and household items, there will be something for everyone at the Evening Membership Division of the Haddon Fortnightly’s Flea Market. Enjoy baked goods and coffee as you peruse the aisles. The event will be  Generally, the West held Sat Apr 18 from Jersey Chapter of 9am to 2pm at the the National Railway Fortnightly building Historical Society meets (Kings Hwy and Grove on the fourth Monday Street). Proceeds of each month at 7:30pm in the Borough will benefit local and national charities Hall, Auditorium. The supported by the Club. next meeting will be For more information, held on Mon Apr 27. For more information, call 428-0294. call 547-5324.

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 Often regarded as the greatest and most loved sacred piece of music ever written, Handel’s majestic oratorio, Messiah (parts Two and Three), will be presented by the combined choirs of the First Baptist Church and the Davisville Church of Southampton, PA on Sat Apr 18 at 7:30pm. The combined choir – 70 voices strong – will be accompanied by a chamber orchestra. The performance will take place at the wheelchairaccessible First Baptist Church; a reception will follow. Donations will be accepted and childcare will be available. Additional performances will be held at the Davisville Church (325 Street Road, Southampton) on Sun Apr 19 at 4pm and 7pm. For details about the Haddonfield performance, call 429-2326 or visit firstbaptisthaddonfield. org. For details about the Southampton performances, visit

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 The Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale will hold open auditions for boys ages seven to 12 at the Presbyterian Church on Thu Apr 23. To schedule an audition, call the Choir Office at (215)222-3500.

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 As part of the state-wide Clean Communities Program, the Borough will hold Spring CleanUp Week from Sat Apr 25 thru Sat May 2. Participants will be asked to patrol an assigned area picking up trash and recyclable items. Public Works personnel will provide bags and collect litter and recyclables. Want to help year round? Consider the Adopta-Spot program. Monitor a designated public area during the year, keeping it litter-free. To participate in the programs, call Lynn McCabe at 429-4700 x315.

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 Support the Lights! Camera! Action! Campaign by purchasing a student CD for $15. The CD features music by individual students, ensembles, and instruments from the High School. Everything from rock to classical music is included. Send CD requests to Deanna Burney at: 115 The Mews, Haddonfield or Janice Hunt at: 114 Kings Hwy W, Haddonfield. Make your check payable to: Haddonfield Educational Trust. Include “Lights! Camera! Action! CD” in the memo section. For more information, call Deanna at 429-0810 or Janice at 216-2347.

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 Become a sponsor of the Tatem Fair to be held on Sat May 30. The Fair Committee is accepting donations for the silent auction as well as sponsorships. Take out an ad in the ad book, sponsor a game, sponsor a ride, and get the word out about your business. Reserve your space by Fri Apr 24. To become a sponsor call Angela Beatty at 857-9540 or e-mail amfdb71@gmail. com. To donate to the silent auction contact Beth Wolfe at 429-8423 or ordwyerwolfe@ or Marcy Melendes at or 429-4203. Donations are due by Fri May 22.

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Political Soundbite #2: Several candidates for the Board of Commissioners have stated that more “transparency” is needed in the way the Borough does its business. What they don’t tell you is that Haddonfield is widely regarded as a model of openness, not just on financial matters but in all areas of municipal governance. Plus, the challengers have yet to give a single specific example of a lack of transparency – just soundbites!

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1. Unlike their counterparts in some neighboring towns, the Haddonfield Commissioners hold two formal meetings each month and two major work sessions, all of them open to the public. Although they are not required to, the Commissioners routinely accept questions and comments from members of the public who attend their work sessions. And every budget discussion is open. 2. After the annual budget is introduced, the Commissioners always provide at least four weeks for public review, and always allow extra time for public questions and comments during the public hearing on the budget. The proposed budget is published in the Retrospect, as required by law, and made available at the Borough Hall, the Information Center, Public Library, and on the Borough web site. A summary is published in Municipal Matters. 3. Commissioner Rochford introduced annual public information sessions to help residents learn about the budget process. His presentation is posted on the Borough web site, and printed copies are available at the Borough Hall. Mayor Colombi holds an Open Door at the Borough Hall almost every week, and frequently answers questions from those who visit about where money comes from and where it is spent. 4. OPRA (Open Public Records Act) requests from regular residents are rare, largely because the Borough makes so much information available proactively, in a variety of ways, and responds openly and promptly to requests for details and documents. OPRA and “transparency” are red herrings raised by candidates who appear desperate to find an issue. No challenger has yet given an example of how the Borough has been less than transparent. Soundbites get your attention, but the rest of the story gives you the facts. Far from being secretive, the Commissioners and Borough Hall are both forthcoming and responsive. Beware of soundbites. FOR ALL THE RIGHT Always read the rest of the story. REASONS


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 A Cochlear Implant Support group recently started meeting at Grace Church. Initiated by Kathie Simcox and Wayne Roorda, who both underwent cochlear implant surgery, the group is open to people with cochlear implants, those considering the surgery, family members, and others. The next meeting will be held on Tue Apr 21 from 6 to 8pm in the Parish Hall. Audiologist Mike Clarke and Jodie Rodrigues of the Cochlear Corporation will discuss new developments in bi-lateral cochlear implants. Free-will donations for the Church will be collected and attendees will be asked to chip in for pizza. To RSVP and those who require assistive listening devices or sign language should e-mail as soon as possible.

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 Do you dream of drumming? Larry Kelly, steel drummer and manager of several island bands, will offer Caribbean Steel Drums for Beginners through the Haddonfield Adult School. The five-week class, starting Mon Apr 13, will be held in the High School Cafeteria from 7 to 8:30pm. The cost is $55 per person. There is a materials fee of $15 for drumsticks, a CD, and music. Students will play on full-size steel drums. To register call the Adult School at 428-4433.

Give your clothing new life

 The law firm of Adinolfi and Goldstein (4 Kings Hwy E) is holding “The Finishing Touch Drive,” a clothing collection to benefit The Career Wardrobe. The Career Wardrobe is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing low-cost professional clothing and accessories to women in transition looking to get back into the work force. Clothing and wardrobe accessories may be dropped off at the law office thru Mon Apr 27. For more information, call 428-8334.

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 Has Autism affected your life? The Methodist Church, along with the Global Methodist Church, will sponsor a conference titled “Autism Education and Treatment: A Path to Wellness” from Thu Apr 30 thru Sun May 3. The event, to be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel (2349 Marlton Pike W, Cherry Hill), will discuss the challenges related to Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, and learning disabilities. For a conference schedule and registration, visit or call 1-888-928-8476.

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#446 • April 10 to 24, 2009

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 Interfaith Caregivers is seeking volunteer drivers, especially men, to take Interfaith clients in Haddon Heights and Haddonfield to doctors’ appointments, grocery stores, and other places to which they need transportation. Individuals are also needed to prepare meals, give companionship calls, and provide respite care. If you have spare time and would like to help your elderly and disabled neighbors, attend the one-day training session scheduled for Tue Apr 21 from 7 to 9:30pm at the Mabel Kay House. Call 354-0298 to register.

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 The Borough-wide Community CleanOut will commence just as residents are ridding their homes of accumulated clutter and their yards of debris. Thru Fri May 1, residents are invited to fill their curbs with as much trash as they need to toss (excluding hazardous waste and construction debris). Residents may only discard unwanted items on their trash day. However, during this period the Borough relaxes the rules with respect to the amount and kinds of things that will be collected. For regulations, see the Borough Web site. 429-0183

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Easter schedule

 The First Baptist Church has a full schedule: • The Easter Sunrise Service will be held on Sun Apr 12 at 6:27am at the Baptist Cemetery (402 Kings Hwy) across from the High School. The lakeside service will be followed by refreshments in the Cemetary chapel. • An Easter Sunday Worship Service will take place on Sun Apr 12 at 11am in the Church Sanctuary. The choirs and brass accompaniment will be featured. For more information, call the Church office at 429-2326 or visit

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 Grace Church will offer Holy Week and Easter worship services: • On Good Friday, Apr 10, Good Friday Liturgy will be held at 7am and 7:30pm. Stations of the Cross will be held at 12n. Stations for Children will be held at 2:30pm. • Holy Saturday, Apr 11, will be commemorated with Confession from 12n to 1pm. An Easter Vigil featuring Holy Baptism and Holy Communion will be held at 7pm. • On Easter Sunday, Apr 12, a Sunrise Service will be held on the lawn at 6:30am. At 8, 9:30, and 11:15am, Festive Eucharist will be held. A Family Eucharist will be held in the Church Auditorium at 9:30am. The Easter Egg Hunt will be held on the lawn at 10:45am. The Celtic Easter Eucharist will commence at 7pm.

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 The annual Earth Day Celebration, sponsored by the Environmental Commission, will take place at Crows Woods on Sat Apr 25 starting at 10:30am. Help keep Crows Woods beautiful by getting your hands dirty! The celebration will include clean-up activities, as well as walks with local naturalists. The annual free family barbecue will commence at 12n. Music group, Dichroic Glass, will rock the Woods from 11:30am to 12:30pm. Be sure to bring folding chairs and blankets for picnicking. A wildlife show will be presented by the Rancocas Nature Center beginning at 12:30pm. Admire the High School Environmental Club’s projects and exercise your green thumb during a sunflower seed-potting activity. Environmental Commission; 429-4700

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#446 • April 10 to 24, 2009

The Week at a Glance WHAT’S ONGOING Historical Society

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343 Kings Hwy E Wed Thu Fri, First Sundays 1p to 4p

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Historical Society Library 343 Kings Hwy E Tue, Thu 9:30a to 11:30a First Sun 1:00p to 3:00p 429-7375

8:30a to 10:00a Coffee with Neal Rochford Grind House Cafe 9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

Indian King Tavern 233 Kings Hwy E Sat 10a to 12n; 1p to 4p, Sun 1p to 4p 429-6792

9:30a Bowling Call for Location 65 Club 429-1290

Information Center 2 Kings Court Daily 12n to 4p 216-7253

10:30a to 12:00n Basic Excel Class Public Library 429-1304

Markeim Art Center Lincoln & Walnut Tue thru Fri 9a to 3p Sat, Sun 1p to 5p Or by appointment 429-8585

White Cane Days 9:00a Spring Clean-Up Day Greenfield Hall Historical Society 429-7375 9:00a to 2:00p Flea Market Fortnightly Clubhouse Evening Membership Division of the Haddon Fortnightly 428-0294 10:00a to 5:00p Open House Christian Science Reading Room

12:30p to 3:00p Pizza & Movie Mabel Kay House 354-8789

Public Library Haddon N & Tanner Mon thru Fri 10a to 9p Sat 10a to 5p Sun 1p to 5p 429-1304

7:00p Jud Caswell Performance High School, Auditorium High School Environmental Science Program rsmith@haddonfield.k12. 7:00p Movie Screening: Transformers Public Library 429-1304 7:00p Neal Rochford Campaign Fundraising Event Markeim Arts Center 428-3828

Palm Sunday Passover – Sundown Good Friday Easter Sunday Memorial Day

sun apr 19 2:00p to 4:00p Founder’s Day Party Greenfield Hall Historical Society 429-7375

7:00p to 10:30p Ninth Anniversary Party Grace Church Dance Haddonfield 429-5355


. s 10:00a to 3:00p Free Eye Screenings First Baptist Church Lions Club

7:00p to 9:30p Interfaith Caregivers Volunteer Training Session Mabel Kay House 354-0298 7:00p Stitch ‘n Bitch Grind House Haddonfield Knitters

7:30p Sweet Songs of Hope Markeim Arts Center 429-8139

7:30p Evening Membership Division Fortnightly Clubhouse

7:30p Choir Concert: Messiah First Baptist Church 429-2326

7:30p Zoning Board Borough Hall, Auditorium 7:30p Al-Anon Presbyterian Church, Third Floor 7:30p to 9:00p Italian Conversation Group The Crepe & Ribbon 546-5878

7:30p Presentation: An Overview of Alzheimer’s Disease Grace Church, Parish Hall Alzheimer’s Association 429-0007

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#446 • April 10 to 24, 2009


The Week at a Glance mon apr 20

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Day 6

Board of Education Election

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7:00a Business Networking International Ponzio’s Diner, Cherry Hill 751-0900

9:00a Senior Citizen Advisory Board Mabel Kay House 9:15a to 10:15a Strength Training Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:30a to 11:00a Tai Chi Classes Methodist Church 429-0403 11:30a Senior Boot Camp and Chair Tai Chi Lincoln Commons Senior Citizen Board 354-8789 5:00p Commissioners’ Worksession Borough Hall, Room 201 7:00p Farmers’ Market Committee Information Center 616-8311 7:00p Adult Book Club Public Library 616-8311

8:30a to 9:30a Tuesday Tours Friends School Call for appointment 429-6786 9:15a to 9:45a Step Aerobics Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:45a to 10:30a Strength Training Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:50a to 12:45p Shopping Transportation for Seniors/Disabled: Cherry Hill stores Sen-Han Transit 456-3344 10:00a Fitness Class for Seniors Presbyterian Church, Choir Room Senior Ministry 429-1960 10:00a to 12:00n Internet 301 for Seniors 1:00p to 3:00p Digital Camera and Photo Editing for Seniors Mabel Kay House Computer Generations 609-261-0246

wed apr 22 8:00a Golf Outing Westwood Country Club 65 Club 429-7271 9:15a to 10:45a Mom to Mom Presbyterian Church 429-1960 x6 9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 10:00a to 12:00n Computer 101 for Seniors 1:00p to 3:00p Internet 102 for Seniors Mabel Kay House Computer Generations 609-261-0246 10:30a to 11:30a Adult Computer Class: Word Basics Part II Public Library 429-1304 12:00n to 3:00p Mayor Colombi’s Open Door Session Borough Hall, Room 102 429-4700 x208 12:15p to 1:30p Rotary Club Tavistock Country Club 795-7976 12:30p Pinochle 65 Club (110 Rhoads Ave) 429-4688

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Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale Auditions 9:00a to 12:00n; 1:00p to 4:00p Art Classes for Seniors Mabel Kay House 354-8789 9:15a to 9:45a Step Aerobics Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:45a to 10:30a Strength Training Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 10:00a to 12:00n Mothers’ Group Lutheran Church 429-5122 10:00a to 3:00p AARP Driver’s Workshop Mabel Kay House 428-6547 10:30a Toddlertime Public Library 429-1304 11:15a Fitness Class for Seniors Presbyterian Church, Choir Room Senior Ministry 429-1960 11:30a Senior Boot Camp and Chair Tai Chi Lincoln Commons Senior Citizen Board 354-8789

. s 8:30a to 10:00a Coffee with Neal Rochford Grind House Cafe 9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:30a Bowling Call for Location 65 Club 429-1290 10:00a to 3:00p AARP Driver’s Workshop Mabel Kay House 428-6547 11:15a to 2:15p Shopping Transportation for Seniors/Disabled: Wal-Mart Sen-Han Transit 456-3344 12:15p to 1:30p Kiwanis Club Tavistock Country Club 858-1640

Community coffee

 Questions about the school budget? Host a coffee for your friends and neighbors with the Superintendent or a Board of Education member present. Contact Superintendent Alan Fegley at 4294130 x201 or afegley@ to make arrangements. Grab a cup of coffee and discuss the budget with Alan Fegley. The next Community Coffee with the Superintendent will be held on Wed Apr 15 from 7 to 8:30am at Starbucks. On Mon Apr 20 Fegley will be at Three Beans from 8:30 to 10am.

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 The Lights! Camera! Action! Campaign and 7:00p 12:30p to 3:00p local shop, Sansone and Municipal Court Videos & Snacks Borough Hall, Room 102 1:30p Mabel Kay House Company, have joined 10:30a Preschool Storytime 354-8789 forces to present April 1:00p to 2:00p 7:30p Preschool Storytime Public Library Showers Bring Prom Al-Anon Environmental Commission Public Library 429-1304 1:00p Presbyterian Church, Borough Hall Auditorium 429-1304 Haddon Fortnightly Flowers. Third Floor 1:30p to 3:00p Fortnightly Clubhouse The promotion, for 7:30p 1:00p to 4:00p Line Dancing for Seniors High School Junior Junior Women’s Club Bridge/Card Games Lincoln Commons 7:00p 7:00p Meeting/End of Year Dinner Mabel Kay House Senior Citizen Board Boy & Cub Scouts Pack 64 and Senior promgoers, Transportation and Fortnightly Clubhouse 354-8789 354-8789 First Baptist Church will offer students Pedestrian Safety (TAPS) 428-7551 429-2770 a 10% discount on Committee 1:30p 6:30p to 8:30p Public Library Spanish Storytime Workshop: Introduction to 7:30p boutonnieres and wed apr 22 Public Library Applied Behavior Analysis Haddonfield’s Got Talent corsages. A portion of 429-1304 Bancroft NeuroHealth, Fortnightly Clubhouse Sansone’s proceeds 7:30p Farrington Building 266-1418 continued Board of Education 2:00p to 3:00p 429-5637 x371 or x257 will benefit the Lights! Reorganization Meeting Lite Aerobics for Seniors 7:30p to 9:00p Camera! Action! High School, Library Mabel Kay House 7:00p Beginner Italian 354-8789 Site Plan Review Campaign in its mission Conversation Group 8:00p Borough Hall Auditorium The Crepe & Ribbon to renovate the High Recreation Council 6:00p to 8:00p 546-5878 School Auditorium. Borough Hall, Room 102 Cochlear Implant Support 7:00p Group Municipal Alliance Team up with 7:30p Grace Church, Parish Hall Borough Hall Historic Preservation friends to meet the cochlearimplant1@yahoo. Commission $35 minimum. When com Borough Hall ordering mention the Campaign and submit For last week, < continued < continued see pages 8 and 9 the flyer, available on the Campaign Web site, with payment. • C all TIM MAURO Pro Imports Call Georgia’s Lawn Care! Sansone and Quality Service from the Ground Up. Company is located Auto Service Pfoarr tsPri&cing on Service at 24 Ellis Street We are Residents of Haddonfield • All Work Done by the SPECIALIZES IN REPAIRING (428-0962). For • Factory-Train Owners • No Strange Crews on Your Property ALL FOREIGN CARS ed more information, Jaguar Technic contact Janice Hunt ians at janhunt5@verizon. • FREE Estimat 309 Haddon Avenue es net or Deanna Burney or 856-428-5723 Collingswood at deannaburney@ Weekly Lawn Maintenance, Mulching, Clean-ups, Planting, Seeding and hmhslightscameraaction. Sod Jobs, Trimming Trees and Bushes com





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 The First Baptist Church will hold its annual Rummage Sale on Fri May 1 from 9am to 7pm. Check out gently used items of all sorts. Proceeds benefit the Church’s ministries. To donate items, call the Church office at 429-2326 to arrange a drop-off.

Family fun

 Looking for a budgetfriendly family getaway? Consider the First Baptist Church’s Family Retreat to be held on Fri May 15 (7pm) and Sat May 16 (9am to 4pm). The event will feature keynote speaker Bruce Main. There will be something for every member of the family including a youth urban hike, a panel discussion, quiltmaking, children’s activities, and even a performance by the UrbanPromise Step Team. The cost is $50 per family; $35 per couple; $20 per person. For details, contact the Church at 429-2326.

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 There’s something for every member of the family at the Public Library. Adults can look forward to: • Adult Book Club – The Library sponsors a book discussion group that meets on the third Monday of every month. The Club will meet on Mon Apr 20 at 7pm to discuss Loving Frank by Nancy Horan. • Computer Classes – “Word Basics, Part 2” will be held Wed Apr 22 from 10:30 to 11:30am. “Searching for Ancestors” will be held on Wed May 20 from 10:30 to 11:30am. Prior keyboard and mouse experience is required. To register: 429-1304.




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Pick-up artists

 The Haddonfield Community Philharmonic and Marching Band Society, fondly known as The PickUp Band, will hold pre-season read-throughs in the Middle School Auditorium (5 Lincoln Ave) on Tue Apr 14 at 7:15pm and Sun Apr 19 at 2:30pm. Do you play an instrument? Anyone can join the band, simply turn up! The are no membership dues, uniforms, or rehearsals. The band will hold a Welcome to Spring Concert in the Middle School Auditorium on Sun Apr 26 at 2:30pm. Admission is free. 429-0426

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 It’s been a long, cold winter; Cub Scout Pack 65 wants to help you celebrate spring! The Pack’s annual flower sale will run thru Fri Apr 17. Place your order and have flowers delivered to your door on Sat May 9, just in time for Mother’s Day! Choose from a variety of annuals including impatients, begonias, marigolds, snapdragons and geraniums. Give your vegetable garden a head start with fresh herbs, tomato and pepper plants. Hanging baskets are also available. Place an order through a local scout or call Lisa Flowers Snyder at 429-1846.

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 Christ the King Catholic Church’s Holy Week and Easter schedule is as follows: • Good Friday, Apr 10, will be marked by “An Hour with Mary,” a time for prayer and reflection at 10am, a Good Friday Service at 3pm, and a Tenebrae Service at 7pm. • The Blessing of Food will be held at 12n and an Easter Vigil Service will be held at 8pm on Holy Saturday, Apr 11. • On Easter Sunday, Apr 12, masses will be held at 8 and 10am. For more information, call the Church Office at 429-1600.



#446 • April 10 to 24, 2009

What’s On the Market

Clean-up Day

 Get some fresh air while helping the Historical Society this spring. On Sat Apr 18 at 9am, head over to Greenfield Hall to help other volunteers tend to the gardens. Come in your work clothes and bring a rake. For details, call 429-7375. Rain date: Sat Apr 25.

Party time

 The Historical Society will hold its Founder’s Day Party in Greenfield Hall on Sun Apr 19 from 2 to 4pm. A Wine, Cheese, and Tea Reception will honor the Society’s 2008 volunteers. George Cuneo from Kress Wine will be on hand to present a program on organic wines. Enjoy a sample (or two!). Mayor Tish Colombi will issue a Founder’s Day Proclamation recognizing those whose work supported the Society. Honor Roll Volunteers will be granted free entry; others will be asked for a donation. Be sure to bring a canned food item to help those in need. 429-7375

AARP meets

 The AARP will meet on Mon Apr 13 at the Mabel Kay House. Social hour will start at 12n; the meeting will begin at 12:30pm. This month’s speaker will be Dr. Steve Vasso who will discuss wine. Bring a non-perishable food item. 429-4666; 665-4159

History lesson

 Calling all history buffs! The Historical Society will sponsor a bus trip to Winterthur, a museum and country estate in Delaware, on Thu May 7. The excursion will feature a tour of the new exhibit, “Harbor and Home: Furniture of Southeast Massachusetts, 1710 – 1850.” The private tour will be led by Brock Jobe, the exhibit curator and Professor of American Decorate Arts at Winterthur. A tour of the DuPont Mansion, other standing exhibits, and the Garden Tram Tour will round out the day. The bus will depart from Wedgewood Swim Club at 8:45am and will return by 4:30pm. The cost is $40 for Winterthur members and $55 for nonmembers. Lunch will be available at the museum. Seating is limited. The deadline to sign-up is Tue Apr 28. For reservations, call Betsy Anderson at 428-1640. For more information, call Greenfield Hall at 429-7375.

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 The Methodist Church’s annual Rummage Sale will be held on Wed May 6 (6 to 9:30pm) and Thu May 7 (9:30am to 2pm). On May 7, there will be $2-a-bag sale for most items and a soup and roll luncheon from 11am to 1:30pm. Fresh homeade baked goods will also be on sale. The Church will accept items for the sale on Mon May 4 from 12n to 8pm and Tue May 5 from 9am to 8pm. Furniture, books, magazines, shoes, and combustibles will not be accepted. Proceeds will benefit Church’s missions. For more information, call 429-0403.

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 On Easter Sunday, Apr 12, Traditional Easter Services will be held at 8:30 and 11am at the First Presbyterian Church. A Family Easter Service will be held at 9:30am. For more information, call 429-1960 or visit

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 On Good Friday, Apr 10, at 7:30pm at the Lutheran Church, the Tenebrae Service of Shadows will be held. On Easter Sunday, Apr 12, Worship will be held at 8, 9:30, and 11am. There will be no Sunday School. For more information, call 429-5122.

Kids’ corner

 Check out the Public Library this April: • Preschool Storytime, for kids ages three to five, is held on Tuesdays at 10:30am and Wednesdays at 1:30pm. Make a “me” stick puppet on Tue Apr 21 and Wed Apr 22. • Toddlertime, for little ones ages two and three, is held on Thursdays at 10:30am. Make a “me” stick puppet on Thu Apr 23. • Spanish Storytime for ages three to six will be held on Tue Apr 21 at 1:30pm. Enjoy a story and learn new Spanish words! Call 429-1304 to register. Note that no children’s programs will be held on Tue Apr 28.



#446 • April 10 to 24, 2009

Notices Henry Bowman

Henry L. Bowman, a resident of Haddonfield, died on April 3, 2009, aged 86. He was the widower of the late Dorothy “Betty” Bowman (nee Cummings). Haddonfield relatives include children, Robert (Kim), Jeffery (Carol), and Susan; grandchildren Lindsey and Ashley, Michele and Lauren; and sisters, Dorothy Nittinger (Leon) and Florence Ellis (George). Mr. Bowman was a member of Haddon Fire Co. No. 1 for 59 years, and of American Legion Post 38. The funeral service was held at Hinski-Tomlinson Funeral Home on April 9. Interment was at Brigadier General William C. Doyle Memorial Cemetery, Arneytown. Memorial donations may be made to Haddonfield Little League, PO Box 213, Haddonfield NJ 08033.

Edwin Compton

Edwin F. (“Joe”) Compton, a resident of Largo FL, formerly of Haddonfield, died on March 19, 2009, aged 78. Mr Compton was the widower of Betty Compton. He owned Compton’s Log Cabin in Haddon Township for more than 40 years. A memorial was held at The Tap Room. Memorial donations in Mr Compton’s name may be sent to Woodside Hospice, 6770 102nd Avenue N, Pinellas Park FL 3782.

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Carl Fuhrmeister Jr

Carl F. Fuhrmeister Jr , a resident of Woodbury, died on April 1, 2009, aged 84. He was the widower of Mildred Fuhrmeister. Haddonfield relatives include a daughter, Sharon Reel. The funeral service was held at St. John the Evangelist Church on April 6. Interment was held at Eglington Cemetery, Clarksboro. Memorial donations may be made to Samaritan Hospice, 5 Eves Drive, Suite 300, Marlton NJ 08053.

James Kennedy, a resident of Haddonfield, died on March 21, 2009, aged 73. The husband of Marie Kennedy (nee Niglio). he was worked at Haddonfield United Methodist Church. The funeral service was held at the Church on March 25. Interment was at Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson. Memorial donations may be sent to VITAS Hospice, 18 Laurel Road E., 3rd Floor, Stratford, NJ 08084.

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Patricia Fulton (nee Fish), a resident of Haddonfield for more than 55 years, died on March 23, 2009, aged 87. She was the wife of Robert E. Fulton. Haddonfield relatives include Patty F. (Joseph) Abbate. The funeral service was held at Christ the King Church on March 27. Interment was held at Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill. Memorial donations in Mrs Fulton’s name may be made to Bobby Fulton Memorial Fund, PO Box 14, Haddonfield NJ 08033.

Houses of Worship AME

Mt. Pisgah AME Church 238 Ellis Street 795-2391 Rev. Mark-Anthony Rassmann, Sr. Using Grace Church for worship, Sun 10am; Sun School 9am


First Baptist Church 124 Kings Hwy E 429-2326 Rev. Dr. Michael J. Feicht Sun 11am; Sun School 11:15am; Adult Sun School 9:30am; Praise & Prayer 1st and 3rd Fri 7pm. Mt. Olivet Baptist Church Lincoln and Douglas Aves Rev. Anthony Talton 428-1320 Sun 9:30am; Sun School 8:30am

Margaret A. Lennox, a resident of Haddonfield, died on March 26, 2009, aged 91. The funeral service was held on March 31 at Terranova Funeral Home, Haddon Heights. Interment was at Lakeview Memorial Park. Memorial donations may be sent to Bible a charity of the donor’s choice. Haddonfield Bible Church 324 Belmont Ave 429-6852 Lillian Vennel Rev. John S. Gross Lillian Mae Vennel, a resident Sun 11am; 6:30pm; Wed 7pm; of Westminister MD, formerly of Sun School 9:45am Haddonfield, died on March 28, 2009, aged 82. Catholic She was the widow of Sam Christ the King Church Vennel. 200 Windsor Ave 429-1600 The funeral service was held on April 3 at Danks-Hinski Funeral Rev. Joseph D. Wallace Home. Interment was at Locustwood Sun 7:30am, 9am, 11am ; Mon Memorial Park. thru Fri 8am; Sat 8am, 5pm

Christian Fellowship


Word of Life Christian Fellowship Bancroft School, Hopkins Lane Rev. Alvin Payne 649-9846 Sun 11am; Sun School 10am

Christian Science


Crows Woods CLEAN-UP and NATURE WALKS with Local Naturalists PLUS ... _______________ 11:30am to 12:30pm


with “Dichronic Glass” _______________ From 12:00n

• HMHS ENV IRONMENTA L CLUB proje cts! • Super SUN FLOWER SEE D Potting! • Scouts’ RE CYCLING Stu ff! • And MORE !


Bring folding chair or blanket for comfy seating! _______________ 12:30pm

LIVE ANIMAL PRESENTATION by the Rancocas Nature Center

For Adoption

Yorkshire Terriers

Two teacup Yorkshire Terrier babies for adoption. American Kennel Clubregulation teacup. Home-raised. Vaccine and health guaranteed. H4446-02


If interested, e-mail:

Help Available


Katie Gibbs secretary seeks position in Haddonfield. Experience includes law, real estate, sales, engineering, education, medical transcription. Computer knowledgeable. H446-01

Come Celebrate

Sponsored by the Borough of Haddonfield Environmental at Crows Woods Commission on Saturday, April 25! _______________ Starting at 10:30am and throughout the day:

First Church of Christ, Scientist 355 Kings Hwy E 428-9764 Karen Rowley, Clerk Sun 10am; Sun School 10am; Wed 7:30pm. Reading Room: Janis Stuart 19 Haddon Ave S 429-5251 Mon to Fri 10am to 4pm; Sat 10 to 1pm; Closed Sundays

Please call Carol at 856-428-9142


Grace Church in Haddonfield 19 Kings Hwy E 429-0007 Rev. Dr. Patrick R. Close Sun 8am, 9:30am, 11:15am, 7pm (celtic service) Wed 7am; Thu 9:30am; Sat 5:30pm


Lutheran Church of Our Savior 204 Wayne Ave 429­-5122 Pastor Wayne Zschech Pastor Glenn Englehardt Sun 8am, 9:15am, and 10:30am; Sun School 10:30am


Haddonfield United Methodist Church 29 Warwick Rd 429-0403 Rev. George Morris Sun 8:30am (traditional/Brown Chapel); 9:30am (contemporary/Main Sanctuary); 11am (traditional/Main Sanctuary) Sat 5pm (Brown Chapel), Sun School 9:30am


First Presbyterian Church 20 Kings Hwy E 429-1960 Rev. William F. Getman Sun 8:30, 9:30, 11am


Haddonfield Friends Meeting Lake St and Friends Ave Robert Brookes, Clerk 428-6242 Sun 10am

Yard Sales Sat Apr 18 – 512 Coles Mill Rd. 9am to 2pm. Toys, Little Tykes outdoor toys, books, housewares, collectibles, more. Sat Apr 25 – Avondale Ave between Crystal Lake Ave and Forman Ave. 8am. Furniture, toys, and lots of other treasures! Rain or shine. Sat May 2 – 540 Woodland Ave. 8:30am to 1pm. Baby items, electronics, household goods. Rain or shine.

For a map of Yard Sales, visit after 5pm each Friday.

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Community Directory Borough

Clubs and organizations 65 Club Jack Aharon 429-7271 AARP Sara Mauer 665-4159 Adult School Mary Nosek 428-4433 Airport Noise Abatement Coalition Micheal Bonnette 428-1668 Alumni Society Doug Oswald 795-5173 Ambulance Association Kevin MacDonald 427-6123 American Field Service Marie Steeb 795-1915 American Legion Post #38 Joe McElroy 429-5414 Arthritis Foundation Kaitlyn Woods 616-8000 Artisans Order of Mutual Protection James VanNostrand 461-8619 Auxiliary Police Tim Chase 609-320-6257 Boy Scouts Troop 64 Charles Benson 429-0430 Boy Scouts Cub Pack 64 Charles Benson 429-0430 Boy Scouts Troop 65 John McElroy 857-9255 Boy Scouts Cub Pack 65 David McGuigan 427-2496 Caring Hearts Ministry Elyse Janove 428-2273 Celebrations Association Pat Vogdes 428-3716 ChildrenSong of New Jersey Polly Murray 216-1140 Civic Association Anne Felten 429-1090 Committee for Children with Special Learning Needs Jerry Tanenbaum 354-0729 Council of Churches Rev. Mark-Anthony Rassmann, Sr 795-3291 Crows Woods Gardeners Kathi Stokes 429-6497 Dance Haddonfield Joe Murphy 429-5355 Daughters 1812 Mrs. Robert Baron 327-6681 Daughters of the American Revolution Pamela Campbell 783-7965 Deborah Advancement Alliance Terry Sakas 616-7053 Democratic Club Ben Parvey 216-9333 Educational Trust Gary Carpenter 429-3960 x 220 Elizabeth Haddon Society for Children of the American Revolution Boyd Adams 857-1673 English Country Dancing Joanne Heizer 429-9186 First Night Linda Tuno 429-4700 x300 Friends of Bancroft Kathy Ross 429-0017 Friends of the Indian King Tavern Anne Kram 354-0513 Friends of the Library Phil Shapiro 428-5373 Garden Club Patricia Gargano 428-1162 Girl Scouts Alexis Carrasquillo 354-8622 Great Books Group Beverley Anderson 616-1428 Haddon Fire Co. No. 1 Butch Brees 428-8059 Ladies Auxiliary Betty Dorn 795-5746 Haddon Fortnightly Barbara Leap 266-1418 Evening Membership Dept Christine Novak 428-0294 Junior Women’s Club Gwen Isner 428-7551 Haddon Grange #38 Andrea Jennett 629-6876 Haddonfield Child Care Denise Sellers 429-1603 Haddonfield Farmers Market Susan Baltake 616-8311 Haddonfield Foundation John Connell 354-3074 Haddonfield Parks Conservancy Bill Tourtellotte 609-707-1252 HATCH (Dinosaur Committee) Lisa Quanci 857-1567 Lee Albright 354-9761 Historical Society Barbara Hilgen 429-7375 Hometown Opportunities for the Mentally Handicapped Bonnie Crosby 663-0075 Hopkins Pond Preservation Society Mary Fallon 429-3298 Indian King Tavern Museum 429-6792 Interfaith Caregivers Mary Anne Bigelow 354-0298 Japan Exchange Program Bill Brown 429-4368 Kiwanis of the Haddons John Wilson 833-0401 La Leche League Donna Moré 795-7267 Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic Jane Breuer 235-0519 Lights! Camera! Action! Campaign Janice Hunt 216-2347 Lions Club Karen Ressler 428-2363 Markeim Art Center Elizabeth Madden 429-8585 Masonic Lodge #15 David Leeds 429-3035 Masonic Lodge, Moorestown Excelsior Chapter, Order of Demolay Raymond Thorne 547-7839 MOMS Club Newcomers Club Jennifer Colombi Gallagher 229-7244 Pick-Up Band Tom Patton 429-0426 Plays & Players Box Office 429-8139 Preservation Society Carl Nittinger 427-9741 Railway Historical Society Rich Magee 547-5324 Republican Club Gregory Horton 795-4045 Rotary Club Vince Russo 795-7976 Society of the Visual Arts Lisa Brandinelli-Quanci 857-1567 Sons of Bancroft Deb Conner 429-5637 x273 S.P.I.N. (Skate Park Is Needed) Tara Ryan 428-8383 Tatem School PTA Tracy Noone 616-0850 Tennis Association Pat Bender 795-3298 Toastmasters Akshay Patel 609-680-3714 Wrestling Club Doug Oswald 795-5173 Y’s Men’s Club Richard Godlewski 354-1921


Mayor Tish Colombi Commissioner Ed Borden Commissioner Neal Rochford

428-0348 home 428-3195 home 795-6879 home

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Team spirit!

 The third annual Little League Golf Tournament will be held on Mon May 11 at the Pine Hill Golf Club. There are limited openings for golfers and sponsors. For more information or to reserve a space, e-mail Bill McGrory at

Autism conference

 The Kiwanis Club of the Haddons, in conjunction with Sawtell Learning Center, will present its sixth annual Conference on Autism and Related Syndromes on Wed Apr 29 from 6:30 to 8:30pm. A team of experts from Children’s Specialized Hospital of Mountainside, New Jersey will conduct the seminar. Two CEU’s will be awarded free of charge. The program will take place at Sawtell Learning Center, 550 Magill Ave, Collingswood. To register, contact John Wilson at 858-1640 or

Holy Week happenings

 The Methodist Church’s holiday weekend: • Good Friday, Apr 10 – The ecumenical Good Friday Vigil, a valued tradition at the Church, will be held from 12n to 3pm. The Chancel Choir and soloists will be accompanied by organ, harp, and timpani in presenting The Seven Last Words. A Children’s Good Friday Service will be held from 2 to 3pm in room 120. • Easter Sunday, Apr 12 – Services will be held at 8, 9:30, and 11am in the Sanctuary. Note the time change of the first service. 429-0403

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From April 6 through May 1, the Borough is relaxing the rules that normally apply to the kinds and quantities of material the residents may put out for collection as trash. Residents may put out any quantity of regular trash and yard waste. Restrictions still apply to large and heavy items, construction debris, household hazardous waste, and trees and stumps. If in doubt, call 429-0183 before putting questionable items out for pick-up. Put out material to be collected on your regular trash day. Public Works crews will pick it up on that day or as soon after as possible. Clean-Out ends on the last regular trash day in April. Please do not put “Clean-Out” material out after your last regular trash day.


The Borough participates in a statewide program aimed at making New Jersey a litter-free state. One aspect of Haddonfield’s Clean Communities program is Spring Clean-Up Week, this year: Saturday, April 25 thru Saturday, May 2. Community organizations, schools, churches, neighborhood groups, families, and individuals are invited to help make Haddonfield litter-free by picking up trash and recyclable items from parks, parking lots, walkways, sidewalks, and other public places to which they have been assigned. To arrange an assigned “spot,” contact Lynn McCabe, the Borough’s Clean Communities Officer, at 429-4700 x 315. The Public Works Department will provide bags and will pick up filled bags for disposal. Participants should provide their own gloves, rakes, etc., as required.


The Borough will conduct a free rabies clinic for cats and dogs owned by Haddonfield residents on Saturday, April 25 from 10am to 12n, in the parking lot behind the Borough Hall. Owners must produce a current license. Although the deadline for obtaining licenses for 2009 was January 31, licenses will be issued on the spot on April 25. Late fees will apply. The application form is available at the Borough Hall, Information Center, and Public Library. It may also be downloaded from the Borough’s Web site.


A Public Works crew recently placed cold patch in a number of potholes throughout the town, providing a temporary fix for serious holes. Beginning in May (after the asphalt plants reopen), a crew will use hot patch for repairs. The procedure, tested in 2008, involves saw-cutting a rectangular hole that is considerably larger than the problem area, spreading a tack material, adding hot patch, and finally tamping the hole to produce a flat surface and ensure a solid seal of the new material with the existing roadway. The new procedure takes additional time, but it produces a patch that lasts much longer than the old method.


In observance of Arbor Day 2009, the Borough will plant a tree at 10am on Friday, April 24. The location is 131 Kings Highway E, in front of Harrison’s. All are welcome to attend.


The Commissioners encourage all residents to attend a celebration of Earth Day 2009, to be held at Crows Woods on Saturday, April 25. The “rain-or-shine” program is sponsored by the Environmental Commission. See page 24 of the April 10 issue of What’s On for details.


The deadline for registering to vote in the Board of Commissioners election on Tuesday, May 12 is Tuesday, April 21. Registration forms may be obtained in Room 101 at the Borough Hall, or downloaded from the Borough Web site.


During their meeting on March 24, the Commissioners introduced a bond ordinance for the water and sewer utility portion or various roadworks projects to be undertaken this year. The amount to be raised through the issuance of bonds is $3,420,000. The projects included are: elimination of clay sanitary and brick storm sewer connections at Tanner Street, plus the replacement of a 4” cast iron water main with an 8” ductile iron pipe; stormwater sewer and sump pump connections on Woodland Avenue; installation of a new gravity sewer main connection to the CCMUA pumping station at Grove Street; replacement of damaged sewer pipes at Station Avenue; and the replacement of an emergency bypass pump on Elm Avenue. A public hearing on the proposed ordinance will be held during the Commissioners’ meeting on Tuesday, April 14.


The Commissioners have authorized the preparation of an application for a SHARE (Sharing Available Resources Efficiently) Grant from the state. If approved, the grant will enable the Borough to carry out a study of the feasibility of sharing Municipal Court functions with Haddon Heights, and possibly with Audubon. About 90% of the cost of the study will be borne by the state. Haddonfield’s contribution is expected to be about $1,200.


Like Haddonfield, Audubon and Collingswood will hold municipal elections on Tuesday, May 12. State law requires that civilian and military absentee ballot applications be published in at least one local newspaper for each election. In an effort to reduce advertising costs, the three municipalities have agreed to place a single, joint advertisement. The Commissioners authorized the signing of a Shared Services Agreement during their meeting on March 24.

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Business Directory ACCOMMODATIONS




Haddonfield Inn 1 Elegant bed & breakfast. 44 West End Ave. Haddonfield 856 428-2195

Bob’s Home Cleaning Service 2 Reasonable, insured, bonded. 609 923-9258 Covenant Cleaning 1 Residential and commercial. Dedicated to excellence. Affordable. Fully insured. 856 769-3536 Rich and Linda Upstairs Downstairs of 1 Haddonfield Housework getting you down? Try us. You won’t be disappointed. Since 1980. Bonded. 856 428-9153 Stefanie Stevens

Chet’s Electric LLC Lic: 15747 2 Residential design, repair, installation. Free estimates. All calls returned. Small jobs welcome. Insured, bonded. 856 931-0201 Chet Rietheimer Griffeth Electric Lic: 9546B 1 Commercial & residential wiring. Third generation. 856 429-0457 David & Parker Griffeth S & V Electric Lic: 11797 4 Residential, commercial, contracting. Design, repair, installation. Insured, bonded. 856 786-7961 Randy Shipley Spotlight Electric LLC Lic: 9484 3 Residential, commercial. Insured, bonded. No job too small. We put your electrical needs in the “spotlight.” 856 783-0700 Chris Davis

Jay’s Lawn Care Clean-ups, complete lawn care, mulch, landscaping, aerating, seeding and more. 609 828-3859 Wright’s Lawn Care LLC Full lawn care, landscaping. Clean-ups, cutting, mulch, planting, pruning, sod, aerating, seeding, pavers, and more. 856 547-4045

ACCOUNTANTS Parker & Russo Associates 1 Small-business and financial consulting. Individual, partnership, and corporate accounting and tax returns. Payroll. 15 Mechanic Street, H’field 856 795-7976 Sinclair Associates LLC 1 Tax and accounting service. Corporate and individual. 101 Windsor Ave, Haddonfield 856 354-2266

APARTMENTS Haddon Heights Rental 1 Luxury 2-bedroom condos. Cable and water included. Full amenities. $1,400 and up. 856 857-0171 Pewter Village, Collingswood Apartment community exclusively for adults aged 55+. 1058 Eldridge Avenue. 856 854-8878 4

ARCHITECTS Thomas B Wagner AIA Architecture, interior design, preservation, consulting. 856 795-4550 (Haddonfield)


Clean Masters Janitorial Services Inc. 3 Commercial, industrial, schools and MRI’s. Insured, bonded. 856 232-6710 Steven Jordan

COMPUTER SERVICES CAMTech Computers 1 Computer sales, repairs, eBay selling, training, networking. Web site design. 681 Haddon Ave, Collingswood 856 858-2005 DTMS Computer Services LLC Certified residential computer repair, networking. Part-time hours, low rates. Haddonfield. 856 216-9961 Dan Siebold 3


AUTO SERVICE Grove Auto Service 1 Foreign and domestic. ASE master technicians. 75 Grove Street, Haddonfield 856 616-8140 Jim or Joe Warner Automotive Repair 3 Families have trusted their cars to us for 23 years! 100 White Horse Pike, Oaklyn 856 854-8494

BATHTUB REFINISHING ARS Tub Refinishing 1 Bathtub and tile refinishing, like new in a day. Free estimates. 856 854-6350 Steve

CHILD CARE Neighborhood Nannies In-home care. Full-time, parttime, temporary, occasional. Members, Int’l Nanny Assn. 856 795-5833 S. Costantino



CHIMNEY SERVICES Clean Sweep 4 Chimney repairs and relining. Animal removal. Duct cleaning. 856 354-0675 546-4606 Harry Haeffner III

All-Phase Masonry LLC 3 Brick, block, concrete step repairs, pointing, pavers, patios, driveways. No job too small. Visa MasterCard. Insured. NJ Lic # 13VH00676600 856 933-1436 Carmen Sarno

DECKS Bellco Construction Trex special: 12ft x 16ft with lifetime guarantee, vinyl rails. 856 933-8175


DUCT SERVICES Clean Sweep 1 Duct cleaning. Chimney repairs and relining. Animal removal. 856 354-0675 546-4606 Harry Haeffner III The Lint Man 2 Is your clothes dryer taking 40+ minutes? Clogged dryers cause fires – 15,50 fires last year! 856 979-3400 Lee

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES JPI Associates, Inc. Asbestos, tanks, lead, mold. Phase I. Soil & water testing. NJDEP certified and insured. 856 456-6500


Colonial Home Mortage Co. 3 First and second mortgages. Refinancing, consolidation, home equity. Low rates. Fast closings. 856 428-3010

MUSICIANS Nicholas Watts Piano Studio Lessons. Accompanying. Entertainment. 4 609 706-7012

OPTOMETRISTS Haddonfield Vision 3 Eye exams, contact lens fitting. Contacts, eyewear. 856 427-0788 Dr Judson Moon OD

GUTTER SERVICES America’s Gutters Seamless gutters. Custom work. No deposit. 20-year material warranty. Cleaning. 856 767-4443 Clean Sweep Gutter cleaning and repairs. Chimney and duct cleaning. 856 354-0675, 546-4606 Harry Haeffner III



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McNally Painting Exterior and interior. Faux finishing. Power washing. Free estimates. Local references. 856 547-0956 James


HANDYMEN/WOMEN Bright Star Handyman 1 Quality and reliability since 1998. No job too small. Reliable, insured, registered. 856 216-1996 Neighborhood Handyman 3 Affordable, reliable. No job too small! Handyman/carpenter. 609 922-0098 Bob Kitch S&L Contractors 3 General handiwork, repairs, painting, flooring, woodwork, patio. No job too small. 856 761-6190 Steve


PET SITTING Animal Lovers Pet Sitting Services 2 Daily dog walks and vacations. Insured, bonded and CPR cert. 856 428-3200 Scamper’s Pals 1 Loving pet care in your home. Serving Haddonfield only! Walks, feed, meds, play dates. 856 354-9216 Maryann Campling

PET WASTE REMOVAL Dog Dirt Doctor “Pooper-Scooper” service. From $10 per week. 856 488-7151 Brian



Leonetti Builders Custom kitchens and baths, addition specialists for over 60 years! 856 428-4190 Rich


Silver Image Photography Family/children’s portraits, weddings and special events. 856 616-0094 Haddonfield

John Baptiste Plaster Repair 1 Specializing in interior walls, custom plaster/drywall repairs, complete home renovations, pet doors. Since 1970. 856 546-7979

REMODEL & REPAIR Wade’s Total Care Home 4 Services No job too small. We specialize in all remodeling, repairs, and installation. We do it all! 856 371-8027



Charlie the Plumber Lic: 6460 4 You buy – we install. Faucets, toilets, sinks, tubs, showers, dishwashers. Insured, bonded. 856 429-5557

G&G Roofing & Siding 2 Repairs, tearoffs, replacement. Shingles, rubber flat, slate. Low prices. Fast service. 856 933-2554



Prestige Powerwashing 2 “Get rid of mildew.” Homes, decks, patios, fences, etc. Fully insured. Free estimates. 856 547-5098

The Beechwood School 2 Half- and full-day classes. 2-1/2 years thru Kindergarten. 441 Beechwood Ave, H’field 856 429-0303 Marge McElroy



Kwik Kopy Printing/Copying 1 Printing, color copies, blueprints, banners. Rubber stamps, business cards, legal forms. 8 Haddon Ave S, Haddonfield (a few doors from Starbucks) 856 428-7391 Dan and Peg Professional Printing Service 1 Printing, copying, color copies, digital printing, large document copies. Free parking. 116 Haddon Ave N, H’field 856 429-8644 Joe McElroy

Carvelli Signs of Oaklyn: The Signpainter 1 I sell and restore new & vintage signs. 50+ years experience. Any budget & design welcome. 856 795-6513 Steve


Tom’s Custom Painting 30 years’ experience in quality interior/exterior work. Power washing. Small home repairs. 856 220-1131

CareMore In-Home Services 3 SJ’s premier eldercare service. Licensed, bonded, insured. Free RN assessment. 856 346-4484 Pat Dengler


The Haddon Group Real Estate Inc Honest, professional service since 1990. 450 W. Crystal Lake Ave, Haddon Township 856-428-2228 Lenny, Vermaat & Leonard 1 Since 1954, the area’s fullservice real estate broker. 90 Tanner Street, Haddonfield 856 428-5150 Main Street Realty 1 Area specialists. 730 Haddon Ave, Collingswood 856 858-2200 Prudential Fox & Roach 1 Averaging two transactions a day, every day, 7 days a week! 41 S. Haddon Ave, Haddonfield 856 428-2600


TANK REMOVAL Moore’s Tank Services Inc Residential oil tank removals and installations. Free estimates. NJDEP-certified. 856 662-2002 Jim Moore


TITLE INSURANCE Surety Title Agency of H’field Title insurance agent. Searches, settlement services. 1 9 Tanner Street, Haddonfield 856 429-0900 Karen Stevenson

TREE SERVICES C. C. Tree Experts 1 Tree removal. Pruning. Hazard tree evaluation. Two NJcertified tree experts on staff. 856 858-1165

UPHOLSTERY Waverly Upholsterers 2 Kitchen and dining room chairs my specialty. Free pick-up and delivery. Samples brought to your home. 856 885-5923

WATERPROOFING American Waterproofing 4 Waterproof your basement the right way! Free estimates. Fully insured. Local references. 856 767-4443


Budget Blinds Custom drapes, shutters, blinds. Free consultation and installation. 856 854-9655

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