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English Easter items are hot, and the place to get them is THE ENGLISH GARDENER GIFT SHOP. Bunnies abound, of course, but it’s imported chocolate eggs from Cadbury, Nestle, and Mars that Anglophiles crave. 125 Kings Highway E, Haddonfield. Open 7 days. 856-354-5051.

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Take a musical journey with Pippin  Join the High School Drama Club in early March for its revival of Stephen Schwartz’s modern classic Pippin. Pippin tells the tale of the young son of King Charlemagne as he embarks on a quest to find true happiness. His search leads him down different paths: academia, the military, politics, and family. Pippin includes Broadway favorites like “Magic to Do,” “Corner of the Sky,” and “With You.” According to Director Scott Glading, “It’s really the story of Everyman ... well Everyperson. We have all been Pippin at some point and time in our lives – some of us still are.” Shows will take place in the High School Auditorium on Thu Mar 4, Fridays Mar 5 and Mar 12, and Saturdays Mar 6 and Mar 13. Tickets cost $10 each. Shows will begin at 7:30pm. For advance tickets, call Angela Marcello or Carol Barbano at 429-3960.

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Sending Out An S.O.S! The Mission of Preservation Haddonfield: n

To educate, support, inform and be a source of information for the residents and groups in the Borough of Haddonfield regarding the history, architectural significance and heritage of the unique housing stock in Haddonfield

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To inform the general public about issues, plans and activities that may affect the future of Haddonfield and its property owners.

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To encourage the restoration and preservation of historic, unique and special buildings, streetscapes and green and open space in Haddonfield.

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To encourage that the future development of Haddonfield is accomplished in a manner that is consistent with, and preserves and enhances, the Borough’s unique historic character.

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To promote the expansion and increased protection of the Haddonfield Historic District and the purchase and/or protection of green and open space for future generations of Haddonfielders to enjoy.

Boxwood Hall – Historic Haddonfield property at 65 Haddon Avenue – is under development pressure. Our historical and cultural heritage is at risk! Let’s mobilize to DEFEND and PRESERVE our legacy landscape!

Tuesday, March 16 at 7:30pm at Borough Hall The Haddonfield Zoning Board will hear an application for HIGH-DENSITY HOUSING in the back yard of historic Boxwood Hall!

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Around the Town What’s Your Take?

Watch a young man’s journey of self discovery unfold during the High School Drama Club’s production of Pippin in March. As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

• You may recognize Wayside Lane resident, KELSIE YOWLER, from numerous fitness videos. She explained, “I always wanted to work in health and fitness ... as a child I wanted to be a gym teacher, like my favorite teacher Mrs Martin.” Kelsie’s five-yearold son, AUDEN, wants to be a baseball player just like his dad.

• Newborn CONOR COUGHLIN hasn’t formulated a career plan yet, but he was heard saying that he hopes to be as good looking his father, CARL. Congratulations Maureen! • Haddonfield Pediatrics medical assistants, ROXANNE BERLE and BROOKE UBELE, had very different aspirations. Roxanne laughed, “I wanted to be a lawyer; I never lost a fight with my mom.” Brooke stated, “I wanted to be a biologist because I wanted to work with animals.”

• As a child, JIM FOLEY didn’t picture himself as an Assistant Vice President at PNC Bank. “I wanted to be a pro basketball player, but I was too short,” he admitted. Teller Supervisor LISA SPAGNOLIA said, “I remember really wanting to be an elementary school teacher.”

• Local pediatric dental icon ROBERT GERSH, known to legions of patients as DR BOB, revealed, “I always wanted to be a dentist. My father sold dental supplies, so I spent a lot of time visiting dental offices with him. It’s been a wonderful career.”

What’s On the Cover: Photo courtesy of Haddonfield Memorial High School. Pippin cast members: Marlee Rosenthal, Ben Lefler, and Carl Biehn.

• A physician at Haddonfield Pediatrics, CLAIRE CALTABIANO reported, “I always wanted to be a doctor.”

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What’s Off the Market Address Seller Buyer Price _____________________________________________________________________________________ 300 Chestnut Street 20-22 Ellis Street 411 Evans Ave 40 Evergreen Lane 308 Grove Street 151 Kings Hwy E 29 Lafayette Ave 60 Linden Ave 680 Maple Ave 111 Westmont Ave 140 Windsor Ave

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 You are cordially invited to High Tea with the Haddon Fortnightly Women’s Club on Sun Mar 7 from 2 to 4pm at the Fortnightly Clubhouse. The elegant fundraiser will feature speaker and Scotsman, David McCormick, dressed in full kilt trappings. Back by popular demand, he will discuss the history and customs of tea. McCormick, born and raised in Scotland, is a tea expert and head librarian at the Friends Academy of Westampton. In addition to speaking, he will provide Scottish scones and shortbread cookies for attendees. Guests will enjoy tea sandwiches, a wide variety of teas, fresh fruit, nuts, cheese and crackers, and an assortment of sweets.  Sponsored by the The cost is $12 per person. Make reservations Middle School PTA’s by calling Barbara Buckley at 582-8105. Seating is Reflections Program, limited to 100 people. the second Haddonfield Proceeds from the tea party will benefit the ROCKS Concert will Haddon Fortnightly Women’s Club’s annual be held on Fri Feb 26, Bingo game (which features cash prizes and from 7:30 to 9:30pm, refreshments) for residents at the Vineland in the Middle School Veterans Home. auditorium. For details, call Jamie Narin, Chair of the The line up includes Fortnightly Social Services Committee, at 795musicians from Paul 2149. For information on the Haddon Fortnightly Green’s School of Rock, Women’s Club, visit haddonfortnightly.org. the Conservatory of Music, Rock Shop bands, Cold Voltage, Planning Your Estate? and the High School’s Consider a Tax-Advantaged Bequest to Co-Ed. Fans will want The Haddonfield Foundation. to stick around after the show for a Meet the Artists reception in the The addonfield cafeteria. FOUNDATION The concert is open to the public and tickets cost $5. Refreshments and door prizes are included in the ticket price. The ticket order form is available on the Middle School’s eBoard at haddonfield.k12.nj.us/ ms. A limited number of tickets may be available at the door on the night of the show. Proceeds from the concert will help fund the school’s arts programs. For details, e-mail beth_levin@ hotmail.com or Andrea Kohs at andiamo@ cornfilmworks.com.  The Brad Wilby Memorial Foundation’s Beer Tasting and Silent Auction will be held on Sat Feb 27, from 7 to 10pm, at Tavistock Country Club. Tickets cost $75 each. For details, call Sue Wilby at 429-2726. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

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Tasty tunes

 Spend your lunch break at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E), because the Lenten Organ Concerts with Soup Lunch series is back. On Thursdays at 12n, thru Mar 25, the public is invited to Grace Church for organist William Lowden’s 30-minute organ concerts followed by a light meal. Lowden will showcase the following: • Mar 4 – “The English ‘Ws’.” • Mar 11 – “French Favorites.” • Mar 18 – “20th Century Limited.” • Mar 25 – “Going for Baroque.” The series is free. Donations will be accepted. Volunteers are needed to provide soup to approximately 30 attendees. For details on the concert series or volunteering, call William Lowden at 520-2423. 429-0007

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Bard buffs rejoice, A vocal Shakespeare is coming to town extravaganza

 Members of the Collingswood Shakespeare Company are hard at work preparing for an epic production of the Bard’s Wars of the Roses. The project covers four of Shakespeare’s history plays: Henry VI (Parts I, II and III) and Richard III. These works include dozens of Shakespeare’s most complex characters, promising compelling interplay between personalities. Fans of classic literature will not want to miss the drama leading up to Tudor rule in England. Wars of the Roses will be presented as three plays, so clear your calendar! Performances will take place at Friends Meeting House, located at 45 Friends Ave, on Fri Mar 19 at 8pm (Part I), Sat Mar 20 at 8pm (Part II), and Sun Mar 21 at 3pm (Part III). For information about performances taking place in Collingswood, go to the Company’s Web site at collingswoodshakespeare.org. Tickets cost $15 for adults; $10 for students and seniors. Those planning to catch all three shows can purchase a $30 three-show package. For other details, including ticket-purchase information, email collingswoodshakespeare@gmail.com.

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 Do your children love to sing? Sign them up for ChildrenSong’s 9th annual Songfest to be held at the High School. The all-day multicultural music and singing event will begin with check-in at 8:30am (grades 3 thru 5) and 9:15am (grades 6 thru 9) on Sat Mar 27. The day of song will culminate with a free concert for friends and family at 3pm. Area children, ages eight thru 15, will split into two groups. Kids in grades 3 thru 5 will be placed in the Children’s Division. Those in grades 6 thru 9 will sing with the Youth Division. Students don’t need to know how to read music. They will learn the basics of music reading, part singing, and more while singing spirituals, freedom songs, and civil rights songs. The cost is $20 per child and includes a t-shirt, snacks, water, lunch, use of music, instruction, and a part in the Songfest concert. Teachers can attend for free for professional development credits. Teachers will receive a complimentary lunch and music packet. Students and teachers may register online at store. childrensong.org. The registration deadline is Mon Mar 1. Sign-up now as Songfest fills up quickly. For more information, call 216-1140.


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#469 • February 26 to March 12, 2010

The Week at a Glance

1p to 4p

Historical Society Library 343 Kings Hwy E Mon, Tue 9:30a to 11:30a First Sun 1:00p to 3:00p 429-7375 Indian King Tavern 233 Kings Hwy E Sat 10a to 12n; 1p to 4p, Sun 1p to 4p 429-6792 Information Center 2 Kings Court Daily 12n to 4p 216-7253 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

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sat Feb 27

Deadline to Order Tatem Haitian Relief Bracelets

Purim Starts at Sundown

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

3:00p to 4:00p Mother/Daughter Knitting Group Public Library 429-1304

10:45a Lenten Series on Fear Grace Church 429-0007

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

5:00p Saturday Night Alive Worship Lutheran Church 429-5122

10:00a to 12:00n Adult Computer Class: Intermediate Excel Public Library 429-1304

7:00p to 10:00p Beer Tasting & Silent Auction Tavistock Country Club Brad Wilby Memorial Foundation 429-2726

10:30a Rockabye Readers (younger group) 11:30a Rockabye Readers (older group) Public Library 429-1304

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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 12:30p to 3:00p Healthy Meal Afternoon Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789

Feb 14 Feb 15 Feb 17 Feb 27 Mar 17 Mar 29

Valentine’s Day Presidents’ Day Ash Wednesday Purim starts at sundown St Patrick’s Day Passover First Seder starts at sundown

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7:30p Stations of the Cross Grace Church 429-0007 8:00p to 8:00a Operation Smile All-Night Volleyball Marathon High School 1pease1@comcast.net

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1:00p Haddon Fortnightly Fortnightly Clubhouse

7:30p Planning Board Borough Hall Auditorium

3:30p to 5:00p Pack 65 Work Day Residents’ Homes 857-1567 6:30p to 8:30p Teen Movie Night: 17 Again Public Library 429-1304 6:30p to 8:30p Tatem Book Fair: Grandparents’ Night Tatem School 429-0902

7:30p Al-Anon Presbyterian Church, Third Floor www.nj-al-anon.org 7:30p to 9:00p Intermediate Italian Conversation Group Jersey Java & Tea 546-5878 8:00p to 10:00p English Country Dancing Friends Meeting House, Auditorium 429-9186

7:00p Cub Scout Pack 64: Pinewood Derby First Baptist Church 428-3374

7:30p to 9:30p Haddonfield ROCKS Middle School Auditorium 429-5851

4:00p to 6:00p Pack 65 Work Day Residents’ Homes 857-1567 5:00p to 7:30p Lenten Dinner and Discussion Methodist Church 429-0403 6:00p to 7:00p Intermediate Fox Trot 7:00p to 8:00p Beginners’ East Coast Swing Lesson 8:00p to 10:30p Open Dancing Grace Church Dance Haddonfield 429-5355

wed Mar 3 continued 7:00p Women of the Well: Joy Rising Christ the King Church, Morgan Hall 428-7631 7:00p Lenten Series on David Grace Church 429-0007

7:30p Newcomers Club Baptist Church 428-1841 7:30p to 9:00p Committee for Children with Special Learning Needs Middle School Library 354-0729

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The Week at a Glance mon Mar 1 Day 6 Deadline to Register for ChildrenSong’s Songfest

tue mar 2 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 Tone-Up Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

. s 9:15a to 10:15a Tone-Up 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

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

wed Mar 3 8:30a Partnership for Haddonfield Borough Hall, Auditorium 9:00a to 10:00a Overeaters Anonymous Presbyterian Church 354-6393; 609-239-0022 9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:30a Lenten Study Lutheran Church 429-5122 10:00a Playgroup McDonald’s Restaurant, Westmont 429-0403 10:00a to 12:00n Computer 101 1:00p to 3:00p Computer 102 Mabel Kay Senior Center Computer Generations 609-261-0246

4:00p Deadline to Submit Board of Education Nominating Petitions

10:00a to 12:00n Computer 104 – Advanced 1:00p to 3:00p Digital Camera and Photo Editing Mabel Kay Senior Center Computer Generations 609-261-0246

5:00p Commissioners’ Work Session Borough Hall, Room 201

10:30a Preschool Storytime Public Library 429-1304

12:15p to 1:30p Rotary Club Tavistock Country Club 795-7976

6:30p to 8:00p Young Adults Choir Methodist Church yahumc@gmail.com

12:00n Council of Churches’ Lenten Preaching Series Grace Church Haddonfield Council of Churches 429-0007

12:30p Pinochle 65 Club (110 Rhoads Ave) 429-4688

7:00p Municipal Court Borough Hall, Room 102 7:30p Boy & Cub Scouts Pack 65 Methodist Church 428-9678 7:30p Boy Scout Troop 64 First Baptist Church 428-0901 7:30p Lenten Study Lutheran Church 429-5122

12:30p to 4:00p Bridge/Card Games Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 1:00p Lite Aerobics for Seniors Lincoln Commons 354-8789 7:00p Stitch n’ Bitch Grind House 889-4514 7:15p Toastmasters Lutheran Church jcg35park@verizon.net

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1:30p Preschool Storytime Public Library 429-1304 1:30p to 3:00p Line Dancing for Seniors Lincoln Commons Senior Citizen Board 354-8789 4:30p to 7:30p LOGOS Winter Camp First Baptist Church 429-2326 5:30p Lenten Soup & Discussion Lutheran Church 429-5122

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 Fight teenage boredom with programs at the Public 9:00a to 12:00n; Library. The Library’s 1:00p to 4:00p new Teen Coordinator, Art Classes for Seniors Erica Braverman, and Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 . members of the Teen Advisory Board, have 9:15a to 9:45a s 7:30a to 9:00a Step Aerobics Breakfast Networking Event been working hard Presbyterian Preschool Jersey Java & Tea to create fun (and 428-6641 Partnership for Haddonfield, free) activities for the Professional Committee teenage set. First up on 9:45a to 10:30a 216-7253 Tone-Up the agenda? Teen Tech Presbyterian Preschool 9:15a to 10:00a Week of course! 428-6641 Pilates Teen Tech Week, Presbyterian Preschool 9:45a 428-6641 a national initiative MOMS Club intended to encourage Call for location 9:30a 354-2146 teens to take advantage Bowling Call for Location of libraries’ non-print 10:00a to 12:00n 65 Club resources, runs from Mothers’ Group 429-1290 Lutheran Church Sun Mar 7 thru Sat Mar 429-5122 12:15p to 1:30p 13. The festivities will Kiwanis Club kick-off with a Web 2.0 10:30a Tavistock Country Club Toddlertime 858-1640 presentation by Erica Public Library Braverman on Sun 429-1304 12:30p to 3:00p Mar 7 at 3pm at the Lunch/Snacks & More 11:30a Mabel Kay Senior Center Library. Attendees will Senior Boot Camp and 354-8789 learn about the latest Chair Tai Chi in blogs, Wikis, Twitter, Lincoln Commons 7:00p Senior Citizen Board Praise & Prayer Gathering and other social 354-8789 First Baptist Church networking mediums, 429-2326 while also learning how 12:00n Lenten Organ Concert and 7:30p to protect their privacy. Soup Lunch Pippin A contest to create Grace Church High School, Auditorium 429-0007 a digital story of 429-3960 Haddonfield will be 1:00p to 2:00p 7:30p held all week. Teens Al-Anon Stations of the Cross Presbyterian Church, Grace Church can document anything Third Floor 429-0007 from a day in the life of www.nj-al-anon.org a Haddonfield resident, 1:30p to a montage of historic 65 Club sites. The possibilities Clubhouse are endless. jackaharon@verizon.net Prizes will be 6:15p awarded to the best Lions Club Haddonfield digital Tavistock Country Club 428-2363 story and the winner will be featured on the 7:30p Library’s Web site. Auxiliary Police Borough Hall Submissions should 429-4700 x240 be sent electronically 7:30p to ebraverman@ Pippin haddonfieldlibrary.org, High School, Auditorium or brought in on a disk 429-3960 For next week, to the Library, no later see pages 18 and 19 than Thu Mar 11. On Fri Mar 12 at The Haddonfield 6:30pm, Teen Tech Week will wrap-up with the digital story contest winner being Now available at announced, followed by night of games, music, Patricia of Mullica Hill aand pizza. 37 Kings Highway E For details on teen 856-795-5555 activities, contact Erica Braverman at ebraverman@ haddonfieldlibrary.org. 429-1304

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Ad Focus: It’s Tax Time!

Author to speak

 The Evening Membership Department of the Haddon Fortnightly will hold its next meeting on Tue Mar 9 at 7:30pm at the Clubhouse (Kings Hwy and Grove Street). The meeting will feature a presentation by Wendy Ann Hunt, a local author and speaker. Hunt will discuss her trilogy, The Orphan and the King. Hunt uses her book series to raise funds for Shaohannah’s Hope, an organization that provides medical care to underprivileged children in China. The presentation will include slides and a question and answer period. 428-0294

Hey homies!

 The Haddon Fortnightly is seeking homes and/or gardens to include in its annual Spring Home and Garden Tour being held on Fri May 7 from 10am to 8pm. Houses on the tour reflect a variety of tastes, interior-design schemes, architecture, and neighborhood locations. If you – or someone you know – has a home or garden with flair, contact Joan Fox at 858-1199. The event is the Haddon Fortnightly’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds are used to preserve the organization’s historic Clubhouse (Kings Hwy and Grove Street), which is listed on the State and National Historic Registers. Tickets for the tour cost $15 in advance; $20 on the day of the tour. Tickets can be purchased at the Information Center. A luncheon will be served at the Clubhouse on the day of the Tour. Tickets for the luncheon cost $10 per person. haddonfortnightly.org

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 The School District has announced that information is available for those wishing to run for a vacant seat on the Board of Education. The Board will have three vacancies in the annual school election, Tue Apr 20. A full term on the school board is three years. Contribute to the community by filing a nominating petition with the School Board. The deadline for submissions is Mon Mar 1 at 4pm. Prospective School Board candidates can obtain a “School Board Candidate Kit” Online at njsba.org. The kit includes a nominating petition, information about legal qualifications for school board candidacy, details on the New Jersey School Ethics Act, important election dates, and information on the role of the school board member. For further information on the election, call the Board of Education at 429-7510 x212. Would you like to know who’s running and on what platform? The Zone PTA will host a Board of Education Candidates’ Forum on Tue Apr 13 at 7:30pm in the Middle School auditorium. Each candidate will be invited to attend the Forum, which will be moderated by the League of Women Voters of Camden County. All residents are encouraged to attend. For details, contact Beth Glennon at 428-3374 or glennonb@verizon.net.

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 The AARP Chapter #3176 will meet on Mon Mar 8 at the Mabel Kay Senior Center. Social hour will begin at 12n, followed by a program at 12:30pm. A short business meeting will be held after the program. This month, the speaker will be Kristina Zumbo. Zumbo will present “Overview of Alzheimer’s.” All interested public are invited to attend. Meetings are generally held on the second Monday of the month at the Mabel Kay Senior Center, with social hour starting at 12n. 665-4159

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• NEED TAX FORMS? – The library carries a wide variety of federal tax forms and instructions – all are free. The mostused State of NJ tax forms and instructions are available at a cost of 15¢ per page. Inquire at the Reference Desk. • Sun 7 to Sat 13 – TEEN TECH WEEK. Teens can enter a contest to create a Digital Story about an aspect of life in Haddonfield. Prizes will be awarded and the best digital story will be featured on the Library’s Web site. Entries should be submitted to ebraverman@haddonfieldlibrary. org or delivered to the Library on disk by March 11. – KICK-OFF Sun 7, 3p. Teens can learn about trends with Web 2.0, blogs, wikis, Twitter, and other social networking mediums. Also: online and digital privacy protection tips. – WRAP-UP Fri 12, 6:30p. Announcement of winner of Digital Story contest plus games, music, and ... pizza!

Your highness

 Hey kids! Grab your parents and don your finest princess, prince, pirate, or superhero costume and get ready to be treated like royalty. The Junior Women’s Club of the Haddon Fortnightly will host its annual Royal Tea on Sat Mar 20 from 11am to 1pm at the Fortnightly Clubhouse (Kings Hwy and Grove Street). The cost is $10 per person and includes a full tea, snacks, a craft, and a photo opportunity with a local princess. Proceeds will benefit local Junior Women’s Club’s charities and the maintenance of the historic Fortnightly Clubhouse. For tickets or details, contact Betsy at epalmateer@hotmail.com or 229-7434. Advance ticket sales only. The event typically sells out so buy your tickets soon.

An evening of song

 Get your weekend started on the right note with the award-winning West Singers of Cherry Hill High School. Under the direction of distinguished conductor, Christine Bass, the choir will perform at the First Baptist Church on Fri Mar 12 at 7:30pm. The West Choral Music Program consists of seven choirs and over 300 students. The West Singers are the top choir in the program. The singing sensations have performed in venues such as the Kennedy Center. The group has also toured Europe. A reception will follow the performance. Donations will be accepted and child care will be provided. For further details, call 429-2326 or visit firstbaptisthaddonfield.org. For information on the West Singers, visit west.cherryhill.k12.nj.us/arts/vocal/. 856.685.7596 JenniferMagro@comcast.net

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 Food, fun, and facts. What more could you ask for? The Historical Society will sponsor a candlelight dinner and special program about the history of the Indian King Tavern on Wed Mar 24. The event will be held at Tavistock Country Club starting at 6pm with a cash bar. Dinner and the program will follow at 7pm. Historian, Garry  March makes the Stone, will debunk the wind blow our hats and myths and legends out hair/March brings about the Indian King, the birds out to fly and a cornerstone of the to sing/March makes American Revolution balloons and kites fly in in South Jersey. Stone the air/March brings the works at the Monmouth very beginning of spring! Battlefield State The Public Library Park and is an active will offer: member of Friends of • Storytime, for kids the Indian King Tavern. ages three to five, will The cost of the be held on Tuesdays program is $42 for at 10:30am and Historical Society Wednesdays at 1:30pm. members and $45 for Make a pinwheel at non-members. The Storytime on Mar 16 deadline to make and Mar 17. reservations is Fri • Toddlertime, for Mar 19. For more kids ages two and three, information, menu is held on Thursdays choices, or to make a at 10:30am. Make a reservation, call 429pinwheel on Mar 18. 7375 or e-mail info@ Details: 429-1304; historicalsocietyof haddonfieldlibrary.org haddonfield.org.

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 If you love to garden then it’s time to get your hands dirty! The Crows Woods Gardeners – open to all Haddonfield residents – invites you to register during its annual Winter Sign-Up on Thu Mar 11 at 7:30pm at the Crows Woods Building. To join the group, fill out an application form at crowswoodsgardeners. com. The cost for new gardeners is $20 for a 10’ by 20’ plot. Current members can choose between a 20’x 20’ or 10’ x 20’ plot, depending on availability. Note that new gardeners must attend the opening day activities on Sat Apr 17 at 8am at Crows Woods.

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 You don’t have to be Irish to get lucky this March! The Mabel Kay Senior Center’s annual St Patty’s Day Dinner will be held at the Lutheran Church on Sat Mar 13 at 2pm. Bring a hearty appetite. The festive menu will include a corned beef and cabbage dinner, green beer, dessert, coffee and tea. Start perfecting your brogue! An Irish sing-along will complete the afternoon. The cost of the St Patty’s party is $3 per person, payable at the door. For details and reservations, call 354- 8789.

Be in the know

 Keep up with developments in the School District by attending monthly Board of Education meetings. The meetings are generally held on Thursdays at 7:30pm in the High School Library. Up next: Thu Mar 11. For more information, call 429-4130 x201.

Match point

 Does your child want to take up tennis? Mitch Winkler, selected in 2002 as the “Philadelphia Inquirer’s High School Girls Tennis Coach of the Year,” will lead a sixweek tennis program for juniors, sponsored by the Tennis Association. The program will be held on Thursdays, starting Mar 25, at the Tavistock Hills Swim Club in Barrington. Class times for the Thursday program are: 4 to 5pm (ages six thru eight), 5 to 6pm (ages nine thru 10), and 6 to 7pm (ages 11 thru 13). A Sunday program will be held at Centennial Tennis Courts, starting on Mar 28. Class times on Sunday are: 3:30 to 4:30pm (ages six thru eight), 4:30 to 5:30pm (ages nine thru 10), and 5:30 to 6:30pm (ages 11 thru 13). The cost of each program is $60 per child. Register early, as space is limited. To sign-up, or for more details, contact Mitch Winkler at 428-8541. htatennis.org

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A Borough tradition: Number the Stars

 Did you know that Plays & Players was the first theatre in the Delaware Valley to premiere Number the Stars more than 10 years ago? Believing that the story’s message remains vitally important, Plays & Players will bring Number the Stars to the stage again in March. The stage version of Number the Stars was adapted from Lois Lowry’s Newbery Award-winning book. The show, set in 1943 Copenhagen, tells the story of 10-year-old Annemarie Johansen and her family and how they risked their lives to save Annemarie’s friend Ellen Rosen from the Nazis. Shows will take place on Tue Mar 9 thru Thu Mar 11 and Tue Mar 16 thru Thu Mar 18 at 10am. Evening shows will be held on Wednesdays Mar 10 and Mar 17 at 7:30pm. Admission costs $10. Call 429-8139 or go to haddonfieldplayers.com to purchase tickets.

MUNICIPAL MATTERS

BOROUGH OF HADDONFIELD NEWS AND INFORMATION ■ BUSINESS DISTRICT BURGLARIES UPDATE

The Police Department reports that charges have been filed against a Camden resident in connection with a number of burglaries in the business district. The break-ins took place in late January during the late evening or early morning hours. In most cases, a small window adjacent to the front door lock was broken. The perpetrator presumably reached inside to open the door. Danny Wiles, 46, has been charged with four counts of burglary, four counts of theft, and one count of criminal mischief. He is being held in the Camden County Jail.

■ FIRE COMPANY APPOINTMENT

The Commissioners have accepted the application of Donald M. Carmody for membership in Haddon Fire Company No. 1. The Commissioners remind residents and those who work in town that the Fire Company welcomes opportunities to speak with interested parties about the rewards of volunteer service with the second oldest volunteer fire company in continuous service in the USA. Call Chief Joe Riggs at 856-429-4308. During 2009, the company accepted six new members as fully fledged firefighters, as well as six high school-age participants in the Explorer program.

■ FIRE COMPANY ADVOCATES USE OF KNOX BOX

Haddon Fire Company No. 1 is encouraging the owners of businesses in Haddonfield to consider installing the “Knox Box” rapid entry system. The Knox Box, which is usually installed on an outside wall near an entry door, typically contains entrance door keys, access cards, elevator keys, and many other items that are of use to firefighters in an emergency. The boxes can be opened only with the Fire Company’s master key. With the Knox Box, emergency personnel do not have to wait for a building’s owner or manager to arrive in order to gain access. The contents of the Knox Box enable them to enter a building without (in most cases) having to use force on doors or windows. The benefits are obvious. Several property owners in Haddonfield have installed the Knox Box on their buildings. Members of the Fire Company stand ready to demonstrate the system to other property owners who are interested. Call Tim Green at 856-429-4308. Detailed information is available at www.knoxbox.com.

■ TALKING AND TEXTING WHILE DRIVING

The Police Department reminds residents and others who drive in Haddonfield that using a hand-held cell phone while driving is illegal in New Jersey. (The fine is $130.) The consequences were demonstrated recently when a vehicle traveling on Haddon Avenue struck a parked car, spun around, and struck another parked car. The police report noted “heavy damage” to all three vehicles. The driver told police that when her cell phone rang, she “looked down to see who was calling.” She said she “did not know what happened next.”

■ OTHER SOURCES OF REVENUE

The money the Borough of Haddonfield uses to run the town comes from three main sources: local property taxes, state aid, and “other.” As state aid shrinks, as cost continue to rise, and as the pressure to keep taxes down becomes even greater, municipalities throughout New Jersey are paying increased attention to the “other” sources of revenue. The more they secure from these “other” non-tax sources, the less they need to raise in property taxes. In recent years, Haddonfield has been very successful in obtaining grants from federal and state agencies (for roadworks, for example), and in winning cash awards (for recycling, for example). All department heads are continually “on the lookout” for new opportunities. The Commissioners frequently receive suggestions from residents and business owners about potential sources of nontax revenue. The one most commonly mentioned is speeding tickets. “If the police would only patrol Grove Street around the clock, they’d clean up,” is a typical and frequent comment. This is one of those suggestions that seems like a “no-brainer.” Unfortunately, it’s not as good as it sounds. The problem is that police departments are prohibited from using fines as a revenue-raising device. A fine is intended, primarily, to be a penalty for breaking a law. In some cases, the magnitude of a fine may be set to serve also as a deterrent. (Example: $130 for using a hand-held cell phone while driving.) If a judge were to determine that a police department’s primary motivation in issuing a large number of speeding tickets in a relatively short span of time was to raise revenue for the municipal coffers, it’s possible that all of the summonses issued during the operation would be dismissed. The financial result for the municipality would be an increase in costs, rather than in revenue. A related problem – which most are generally not aware of – is that Haddonfield gets to keep only a fraction of the revenue it takes in from fines. Some examples: • Parking prohibited at all times, or during certain hours. The fine is $23. Haddonfield keeps just $5.50. • Speeding 10 to 14 mph above the limit. The fine is $95. Haddonfield keeps just $33. • Failure to exhibit driver’s license or insurance card. The fine is $180. Haddonfield keeps $33. Once again, the prospect of raising a significant amount of money from what appears to be an “obvious” source can make the heart beat a little faster. Unfortunately, the excitement is short-lived. The Commissioners welcome input from residents and business owners on these and other matters. The Borough’s Web site – haddonfieldnj.org – provides an easy way to submit suggestions. Click on “Contact the Borough” at the bottom left of the home page. Other contact information for the Commissioners may be found in the Town Calendar and in the back of each issue of What’s On Haddonfield.

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 Preservation Haddonfield, a nonprofit advocacy group dedicated to educating, promoting, and preserving the Borough’s historic neighborhoods and green spaces, is seeking nominations for the 2009 Joan L Aiken award for preservation. Award-worthy projects include home restoration or a civic project focused on preservation or restoration. Individuals and groups may be nominated. The nomination deadline is Thu Apr 15. For requirements, information, or to make a nomination visit preservationhaddonfield.org.

Lenten line up Grand finale!

 Grace Church is busy this Lenten season. All are welcome to participate: • The Haddonfield Council of Churches’ Lenten Preaching Series is being held on Tuesdays at 12n at Grace Church throughout Lent. The topic, “Fear,” is being explored. The 45-minute services includes music. For further information, see page 16. • Each Wednesday evening thru Mar 24, Fr Wayne Smith is leading a five-week Lenten Series about David at 7pm in the Parish Hall. • The Lenten Organ Concerts with Soup Lunch are being held on Thursdays at 12n thru Mar 25. • Stations of the Cross is being held on Friday evenings at 7:30pm thru Fri Mar 26. • A Lenten Sunday Series will be held at 10:45am thru Mar 21. The series will explore living fearlessly. For details, call 429-0007.

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Networking op

 The Partnership for Haddonfield Professional Committee will hold its next Breakfast Networking Event on Fri Mar 5 from 7:30 to 9am, at Jersey Java & Tea. Chat with other professionals, nosh on breakfast goodies, and enjoy the ambience of the Borough’s newest cafe (140 Haddon Avenue). Everyone loves a bargain! Townwide Gift Certificates will be sold – at a 10-percent discount – during the event. The Partnership’s Professional Networking events take place the first Friday of each month at Jersey Java & Tea from 7:30 to 9am. 216-7253


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 Haddonfield Great Books, a reading and discussion club, generally meets two Mondays per month from 7:15 to 8:45pm at the Haddon Heights Library (608 Station Ave). Most readings can be found in The Civically Engaged Reader, available from greatbooks.org. Up next: • Mon Mar 8 – Selections from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Self Reliance, The Use of Force by William Carlos Williams, and II Samuel, Chapters 11 and 12. For details, call Bev Anderson at 655-8085.

Observing lent

 The Lutheran Church of Our Savior, located at 204 Wayne Ave, will observe Lent with the following series: • Members and visitors will gather weekly during Lent for soup and discussion. The discussion theme will be “Sanctified Living: Living as Spirit-Led and Not Just Law-Abiding Christians.” Gatherings will be held on Wednesday evenings thru Mar 24, beginning at 5:30pm. • The Church’s Lenten study, titled, “Renouncing the Devil and All of the Forces that Defy God,” will run thru Wed Mar 24. Discussions will be held on Monday evenings at 7:30pm and Wednesday mornings at 9:30am. • Each Sunday in Lent, the sermon will focus on one of the five teaching points of Luther’s Small Catechism – the Commandments, Creed, Lord’s Prayer, Holy Baptism, and Holy Communion. For information, call 429-5122.

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 Mark your calendars. StageKidz is celebrating its tenth season and a production of Godspell Junior is in the works for Wed Mar 25 thru Fri Mar 27. Stay tuned for details or visit the Plays & Players Web site at haddonfieldplayers.com. 429-8139

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 The Council of Churches’ Lenten Preaching Series has begun. Visit Grace Church each Tuesday at 12n during Lent and listen to local church leaders address the many facets of “Fear.” Each 45-minute service will include music. The schedule: • Rev Bill Getman of the Presbyterian Church will speak about “Fear Not Mattering to God” on Tue Mar 2. • Rev Glenn Englehardt of the Lutheran Church will speak about the “Fear of Disappointing God” on Tue Mar 9. • Rev George Morris of the Methodist Church will speak about “Fear for Our Children” on Tue Mar 16. • Rev Mark-Anthony Rassmann of the Greater Mt Pisgah Church will speak about “Fear of What’s Next” on Tue Mar 23. • Rev Anthony Talton of Mt Olivet Baptist Church will speak about the “Fear of Death” on Tue Mar 30. 429-0007

137 The Mews, Haddonfield $449,900

325 S. Hinchman Ave, Haddonfield $989,900

471 Station Ave, Haddonfield $489,900

55 Oak Ridge Dr, Haddonfield $510,000

458 Elm Ave, Haddonfield $575,000

38 West End Ave, Haddonfield $679,900

324 Knoll Top Lane, Haddonfield $735,000

259 Kings Hwy West, Haddonfield $839,900

Haddon Commons, Haddonfield For Sale #19 – 1 Bed, 1 Bath $170,000 # 52 – 3 beds, 2 baths $281,900 #514 – 1 Bed, 1 Bath, Den $199,500 For RENT #315 – 3 Beds, 2 Baths $2,200/month

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 Take a break from your busy schedule and attend the First Baptist Church’s “Day of Renewal Retreat.” The retreat will be held on Sat Mar 20 from 11am to 3pm at the Church. The day will commence with fellowship and brunch. A program, led by Rev Dr Michael Feicht, Rev Elizabeth Marsh, and Minister of Christian Education, Erin Phillips, will follow at 12n. The program is titled, “Fear & Doubt – Courage & Hope.” Heart of Joy, a music-worship group, will be onhand to share music and faith. Children and teens are invited to attend, as age-appropriate activities have been planned for them as well. A donation of $16 per adult is requested; children and teens will be admitted for free. Pre-registration is necessary. Contact the Church Office at 429-2326, by Fri Mar 12, to reserve your spot.

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 Study the last day of Jesus’ life with members of the Methodist Church during a program titled, “24 Hours That Changed the World.” The program will be held on Sunday evenings thru Mar 28, from 5 to 7:30pm. Each week, guests will enjoy a simple dinner, a video presentation, and small group discussions. Retrace Jesus’ steps from the Mount of Olives to Mount Calvary. For further information, call the Church at 429-0403. haddonfieldumc.com

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TAPS

 The Transportation and Pedestrian Safety (TAPS) Committee’s goal is to maintain a pedestrian-friendly Borough. The group meets at 7pm on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Public Library. Next meeting: Thu Mar 25. hinseyn@hotmail.com

Bowling with benefits

 Remington & Vernick Engineers will host its 16th annual Charity Bowling Tournament at Baker Lanes (761 Cuthbert Blvd, Cherry Hill) on Sat Mar 27. Tournaments will run from 9 to 11am, 12n to 2pm, 3 to 5pm, 6 to 8pm, and 9 to 11pm. The cost is $15 per bowler with teams of four to eight people. The cost includes live entertainment, shoes, food, and refreshments. Limited bumper lanes will be available. Coolers are welcome. Proceeds will be divided evenly among five charities: The Mary Anne Mazanec Ovarian Cancer foundation, The Ellie Koerner Leukemia Fund, The Canuso Foundation, The Little Rock Foundation, and The Alicia Rose “Victorious” Foundation. Download a registration form at canusofoundation.org. Return registration and payment to Dana Ridpath at 232 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, by Fri Mar 12.


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The Week at a Glance WHAT’S ONGOING Historical Society 343 Kings Hwy E Wed Thu Fri, First Sundays 1p to 4p

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

7:30a to 9:00a Breakfast Networking Event Jersey Java & Tea Partnership for Haddonfield, Professional Committee 216-7253

11:30a Luncheon & Fashion Show Tavistock Country Club Evening Membership Department of the Haddon Fortnightly 589-0351

9:30a Bowling Call for Locati 0on 65 Club 429-1290

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

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

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

12:30p to 3:00p Lunch/Snacks & More Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 5:00p First Friday Retail District 216-7253

Post Office 25 Haddon Ave S Mon thru Fri 8:30a to 5p Sat 9a to 1p 429-0246

7:00p Praise & Prayer Gathering First Baptist Church 429-2326

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

7:30p Pippin High School, Auditorium 429-3960

Valentine’s Day Presidents’ Day Ash Wednesday Purim starts at sundown St Patrick’s Day Passover First Seder starts at sundown

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

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7:30p Stations of the Cross Grace Church 429-0007

mon Mar 8 continued 7:30p American Legion Post 38 Post 38, Veterans Lane 429-5414 8:00p Junior Women’s Club Fortnightly Clubhouse 428-7551

3:00p to 4:00p Mother/Daughter Knitting Group Public Library 429-1304 5:00p Saturday Night Alive Worship Lutheran Church 429-5122

tue Mar 9 continued 7:00p Stitch n’ Bitch Grind House 889-4514 7:00p Commissioners’ Work Session Borough Hall, Room 101 7:00p Commissioners’ Meeting Borough Hall, Room 102 7:15p Toastmasters Marathon Meeting Lutheran Church jcg35park@verizon.net 7:30p Evening Membership Division Fortnightly Clubhouse 7:30p Al-Anon Presbyterian Church, rd Floor www.nj-al-anon.org 7:30p to 9:00p Intermediate Italian Conversation Group Jersey Java & Tea 546-5878

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2:00p to 4:00p High Tea Fundraiser and Program Fortnightly Clubhouse Haddon Fortnightly 582-8105 3:00p Web 2.0 Presentation Public Library 429-1304 5:00p to 7:30p Lenten Dinner and Discussion Methodist Church 429-0403 6:00p to 7:00p Intermediate Fox Trot 7:00p to 8:00p Beginners’ Country TwoStep Lesson 8:00p to 10:30p Open Dancing Grace Church Dance Haddonfield 429-5355

wed Mar 10 continued 6:30p to 8:30p Free Developmental Disabilities Workshop Bancroft, Farrington Building 429-5637 x371 or x257 7:00p Author Visit: Dan Gutman Public Library 429-1304

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7:00p Lenten Series on David Grace Church 429-0007 7:30p Tennis Association Mabel Kay Senior Center 428-2195

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The Week at a Glance mon Mar 8

tue Mar 9 8:30a to 9:30a Tuesday Tours Friends School Call for appointment 429-6786

Day 5 9:15a to 10:15a Tone-Up Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

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

9:30a to 11:00a Tai Chi Classes Methodist Church 429-0403

9:45a to 10:30a Tone-Up Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

11:30a Senior Boot Camp and Chair Tai Chi Lincoln Commons Senior Citizens Board 354-8789 12:00n Social Hour 12:30p Meeting/Program Mabel Kay Senior Center AARP 428-7393 6:30p to 8:00p Young Adults Choir Methodist Church yahumc@gmail.com 7:00p Municipal Court Borough Hall, Room 102 7:00p Preservation Haddonfield Call for location 287-4665 7:15p to 8:45p Haddonfield Great Books Haddon Heights Library, 608 Station Ave 655-8085 7:30p La Leche League Mabel Kay Senior Center 429-2082 7:30p Haddonfield Parks Conservancy Borough Hall, Room 201 429-7250 7:30p Lenten Study Lutheran Church 429-5122 7:30p Boy & Cub Scouts Pack 65 Methodist Church 428-9678 7:30p Boy Scout Troop 64 First Baptist Church 428-0901

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9:50a to 12:45p Shopping Transportation for Seniors/Disabled: Cherry Hill stores Sen-Han Transit 456-3344 10:00a Number the Stars Plays & Players 429-8139 10:00a to 12:00n Computer 104 – Advanced 1:00p to 3:00p Digital Camera and Photo Editing Mabel Kay Senior Center Computer Generations 609-261-0246 10:00a Fitness Class for Seniors Presbyterian Church Choir Room Senior Ministry 429-1960

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9:00a to 10:00a Overeaters Anonymous Presbyterian Church 354-6393; 609-239-0022

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

9:15a to 10:45a Mom to Mom Presbyterian Church 429-1960 9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:30a Lenten Study Lutheran Church 429-5122 10:00a; 7:30p Number the Stars Plays & Players 429-8139 10:00a Playgroup McDonald’s Westmont 429-0403 10:00a to 12:00n Computer 101 1:00p to 3:00p Computer 102 Mabel Kay Senior Center Computer Generations 609-261-0246 12:00n to 3:00p Mayor Colombi’s Open Door Session Borough Hall, Room 102 429-4700 x208

10:00a to 12:00n Melodeers Singing Group Lutheran Church 429-2974

12:15p to 1:30p Rotary Club Tavistock Country Club 795-7976

10:30a Preschool Storytime Public Library 429-1304

12:30p Pinochle 65 Club (110 Rhoads Ave) 429-4688

12:00n Council of Churches’ Lenten Preaching Series Grace Church Haddonfield Council of Churches 429-0007

1:30p Preschool Storytime Public Library 429-1304

1:00p Lite Aerobics for Seniors Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 2:00p to 4:00p Bingo for Seniors Lincoln Commons 354-8789

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9:15a to 9:45a Step Aerobics Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:45a to 10:30a Tone-Up Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 10:00a Number the Stars Plays & Players 429-8139

fri Mar 12 Deadline to Register for Charity Bowling Tournament 9:15a to 10:00a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:30a Bowling Call for Location 65 Club 429-1290

Friendly visit

 The Lutheran Church holds Saturday Night Alive worship service each Saturday at 5pm. The worship is lead by guitar and utilizes the “Worship and Praise” songbook by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America and standard liturgy. 429-5122

Pasta Bowl

 The Lions Club will hold its annual Pasta Bowl on Sun Mar 21, from 4 to 7pm, in the . gymnasium at Christ 10:30a to 11:15a the King School. Tickets s 10:30a Moms in Touch cost $10 for adults; $5 Rockabye Readers Covenant Presbyterian (younger group) Church, Cherry Hill for children under 12. 11:30a 216-1392 The Pasta Bowl Rockabye Readers will feature an array (older group) 10:30a Public Library Toddlertime of homemade Italian 429-1304 Public Library dishes, as well as bread, 429-1304 11:15a to 2:15p salad, dessert and Shopping Transportation 11:30a beverages. The alwaysfor Seniors/Disabled: Senior Boot Camp and popular basket auction Wal-Mart Chair Tai Chi Sen-Han Transit Lincoln Commons will make the evening 456-3344 Senior Citizen Board complete. 354-8789 In years past, the 12:15p to 1:30p Kiwanis Club 12:00n basket auction has Tavistock Country Club Lenten Organ Concert and featured items donated 858-1640 Soup Lunch by the Phillies and Grace Church 12:30p to 3:00p 429-0007 Eagles, local museums, Lunch/Snacks & More Borough businesses, Mabel Kay Senior Center 1:00p to 2:00p and popular eateries. 354-8789 Al-Anon Presbyterian Church, The committee 6:30p Third Floor continues to search Teen Tech Week www.nj-al-anon.org for donations that will Wrap-Up Party Public Library 1:30p make this year’s basket 429-1304 65 Club auction the best ever. In Clubhouse 7:30p jackaharon@verizon.net return, donors will be Stations of the Cross acknowledged during Grace Church 7:00p the auction and on the 429-0007 Y’s Men’s Club Call For Location Lion’s Web site. For 7:30p 428-6584 details, contact Simone West Singers Performance at simonekane@yahoo. First Baptist Church 7:30p 429-2326 Board of Education com or 616-1376. High School, Library Proceeds will benefit the Blind Fund which 7:30p Crows Woods Gardeners’ supports summer camp Winter Sign-Ups for blind children in Crows Woods Building New Jersey, provides crowswoodsgardeners.com For last week, see pages 6 and 7 eyeglasses and vision equipment for those in need, and funds A full-service copy and print blindness-prevention shop, we offer the following research and eye clinics services: in developing countries. • Canon Color Copies The Blind Fund also • Black & White Copies supports the Delaware • Collating & Binding Valley Eye Bank and • Fax Service • Lamination Services the South Jersey Eye • Handfulfillment Work Center’s Eyemobile, • Printing while providing amblyopia screenings to hundreds of local preschoolers. haddonfieldlions.org 10:00a to 12:00n Mothers’ Group Lutheran Church 429-5122


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Notices Kathryn M. Arsenault (nee Summers), a resident of Sea Isle City, formerly of Haddonfield, died on February 14, 2010, aged 89. She was the widow of John Arsenault.

Charles Barth

Rev Msgr Charles P Barth died on February 7 2010, aged 80. He was formerly the Pastor of Christ the King Church.

Madeleine Brown

Madeleine L. Brown, a resident of Falmouth ME, formerly of Haddonfield, died on February 18, 2010, aged 87. She was wife of H. Walcott “Wally” Brown, Jr.

Community Directory Doris Higgins

Doris Elizabeth Higgins, a resident of Eastham MA, died on February 6, 2010, aged 95. She was the widow of John Worthen Higgins. Haddonfield relatives include a daughter, Joyce Higgins Howard (Ronald).

Peter LaPergola

 Members of the Haddonfield Garden Club are preparing for the Philadelphia International Flower Show, running Sun Feb 28 thru Sun Mar 7, with their exhibit, “Low Key in the Keys.” The Club will show the world that a beautiful garden can be created on a tight budget as it competes in the Back Yard Challenge. The competition requires that participants provide itemized receipts. Trash picking is permitted! Attend the show and see how far the Garden Club can stretch its gardening dollars. For information, go to theflowershow.com.

Robert L. Stephens, a resident of Oswego NY, died on February 10, 2010, aged 61. He was the husband of Theresa Stephens. Haddonfield relatives include a sister, Maureen Baker (Nick).

Claire Van Soest

Claire Louise Van Soest (nee Peter S. LaPergola, a resident of Bradley), a resident of Collingswood, Dunmore PA, died on February 11, died on February 16, 2010, aged 83. aged 82. She was the wife of John Van He was the husband of Lucille Soest. Haddonfield relatives include a Mathewson LaPergola. Haddonfield daughter, Pamela Dougherty (Brian). relatives include a daughter, JoAnne LaPergola, and a granddaughter, Amy Keegan.

Laura Leslie

Laura T. Leslie, a resident of White Township, formerly of Haddonfield, Robert Challender Robert L. Challender, a resident of died on January 26, 2010, aged 96. Maple Shade, died on February 12, She was the widow of Malcolm Leslie. 2010, aged 87. He was the husband of Helen Challender. Haddonfield relatives Alexander Mann include a daughter, Judy Boenecke Alexander Reed Mann, a lifelong Haddonfield resident, died on February (Curt). 12, 2010, aged 86. He was the wife of Jacquelyn Mann Joseph Cistone, Jr Joseph “Sonny” Cistone, Jr, formerly (nee Johnson). He was employed by of Roseto PA, died on February 19, the Borough of HaddonfieldPublic Works Department for 28 years. 2010, aged 79. He was the widower of Rose Giaquinto. Haddonfield relatives Evelyn Sandlin include a daughter, Rosemarie Evelyn Sandlin, a resident of Lumberton NC, died February 11, Cistone. 2010, aged 85. She was the widow of Joseph Janet Dodd Janet C. Dodd (nee Chalupa), a Sandlin. Haddonfield relatives include longtime resident of Haddonfield, died a sister, Kathleen K. Stach (Joseph). on February 6, 2010, aged 77. She was the widow of John Dodd, Alvin Schomer Alvin R Schomer, a resident of Jr. Haddonfield, died February 8, 2010. He was the husband of Eleanor Sara Garvin Sara L. Garvin (nee Nickel), a Schomer. resident of Cape Cod MA, died on Eleanor Smergel February 4, 2010, aged 62. She was the wife of Richard Garvin. Eleanor Maloney Smergel MD, a She was a former guidance counselor longtime resident of Haddonfield, died on February 15, 2010, aged 59. in the Haddonfield School District. She was the wife of Henry Smergel.

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The write stuff

 Haddonfield author, Dan Gutman, will visit the Public Library on Wed Mar 10 for a book discussion and signing. The event will be held in the Library’s Meeting Room at 7pm. The author will talk to parents and kids (ages seven and up) about his new books: Roberto and Me (the latest in his Baseball Card Adventure series) and Miss Laney is Zaney (the latest book in his My Weird School Daze series). Following the discussion, Gutman will hold a question and answer session. Signed copies of the books will be available for purchase. Call 429-1304 to register.

Death and funeral notices are posted on Haddonfield Online. Most postings include direct links to the full notices and to online condolence books. HaddonfieldOnline.com

Schools Board of Education

School District Administrative Offices 1 Lincoln Avenue www.haddonfield.k12.nj.us E-mail addresses are @haddonfield.k12.nj.us Steve Weinstein, President sweinste@ M-J Mercanti-Anthony, VP manthony@ Lynn Biehn lbiehn@ Joseph Ehrhardt jehrhard@ Drew Hansen dhansen@ Dennis Kelleher dkellehe@ Cheryl Laney claney@ Marsha Marshall mmarshall@ Glenn Moramarco gmoramar@ Alan Fegley, Superintendent afegley@ Dyanne Kerecman, Asst. Superintendent dkerecman@ W. Andrew Hall, Secretary boe@

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Private Schools

Bancroft Beechwood School Christ the King School Haddonfield Friends School Kingsway Learning Center Methodist Nursery School Presbyterian Preschool

429-4130 779-3600 217-1618 857-0927 795-0422 229-7379 428-4262 795-4551 795-1514 857-1359 429-4130 429-4130 429-7510

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AME

Greater Mt Pisgah Church 238 Ellis Street 547-4633 Rev. Mark-Anthony Rassmann, Sr. Sun School 9:30am; Sun 10:30am; Wed Bible Study 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Baptist

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

Bible

Haddonfield Bible Church 324 Belmont Ave 429-6852 Rev. John S. Gross Sun 11am; 6:30pm; Wed 7pm; Sun School 10am

Catholic

Christ the King Church 200 Windsor Ave 429-1600 www.christ-the-king-parish.org Msngr. William P. Brennan Sun 7:30am, 9am, 11a; Mon thru Fri 8am; Sat 8am, 5pm

Christian Fellowship

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

Christian Science

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

Episcopal

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

Lutheran

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

Methodist

Haddonfield United Methodist Church 29 Warwick Rd 429-0403 www.haddonfieldumc.com 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. Childcare available for children thru kindergarten age

Presbyterian

First Presbyterian Church 20 Kings Hwy E 429-1960 www.haddonfieldpres.org Rev. William F. Getman Sun 8:30am, 9:30am, 11am; Childcare available.

Quaker

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


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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 Dan Colombi 428-0348 Artisans Order of Mutual Protection James VanNostrand 461-8619 Auxiliary Police Tim Chase 609-320-6257 Boy Scouts Cub Pack 64 Joe Glennon 428-3374 Boy Scouts Troop 64 Chris Werner 428-0901 Boy Scouts Cub Pack 65 David McGuigan 427-2496 Boy Scouts Troop 65 Larry Peacock 428-9678 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 609-335-7373 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 Farmers’ Market Susan Baltake 616-8311 First Night Linda Tuno 429-4700 x300 Friends of Bancroft Deb Conner 524-7023 Friends of the Indian King Tavern Anne Kram 354-0513 Friends of the Library Phil Shapiro 428-5373 Garden Club Jolyne Dalzell 428-0745 Girl Scouts Alexis Carrasquillo 354-8622 Girls’ Softball League Todd Day 216-1772 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 Foundation John Connell 354-3074 Haddonfield Japan Exchange Bill Brown 429-4368 HATCH (Dinosaur Committee) Lisa Quanci 857-1567 Lee Albright 354-9761 Historical Society Jean Lawes 795-8367 Hometown Opportunities for the Mentally Handicapped Bonnie Crosby 663-0075 Indian King Tavern Museum 429-6792 Interfaith Caregivers Mary Anne Bigelow 354-0298 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 Linda Tuno 429-8585 Masonic Lodge 15 David Leeds 429-3035 Masonic Lodge, Moorestown Excelsior Chapter, Order of Demolay Raymond Thorne 547-7839 MOMS Club momsclubcherryhill.org Newcomers Club Susannah Uris 428-1841 Parks Conservancy Bill Tourtellotte 609-707-1252 Pick-Up Band Tom Patton 429-0426 Plays & Players Box Office 429-8139 Preservation Haddonfield Kate Siedell 287-4665 Railway Historical Society Rich Magee 547-5324 Republican Club Gregory Horton 795-4045 Rotary Club Vin Parker 795-7976 Society of the Visual Arts Lisa Brandinelli-Quanci 857-1567 Sons of Bancroft Deb Conner 429-5637 x273 Tennis Association Pat Bender 795-3298 Toastmasters International Akshay Patel 609-680-3714 Y’s Men’s Club Richard Godlewski 354-1921

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Commissioners

What’s On Haddonfield is one of Mayor Tish Colombi 428-0348 home 429-4700 x 208 two newscalendars published by The Gumnut Group, LLC. tcolombi@comcast.net Commissioner Ed Borden 428-3195 home 354-7700 x143 The other serves Collingswood and Haddon Township. eborden@earpcohn.com Commissioner Jeff Kasko 216-7692 home 429-4700 x316 ___________________________ jkasko@haddonfield-nj.gov The Gumnut Group, LLC 6 Haddon Avenue S Haddonfield NJ 08033 Programs & Services Borough Hall 856-428-3399 phone 242 Kings Highway E PO Box 3005, 856-428-7695 fax haddonfieldnj.org Haddonfield NJ 08033 news@gumnutgroup.com General Information Anne Frey 429-4700 x 225 ads@gumnutgroup.com Administrator Sharon McCullough 429-4700 x 215 whatson-digital.com Clean Communities Officer Lynn McCabe 429-4700 x 315 ___________________________ Community Development Steve Walko 429-4700 x 209 What’s On: Haddonfield Crows Woods Coordinator Ed Poynton 428-6547 Clerk Deanna Speck 429-4700 x 204 Published every two weeks (with Construction Office Jackie Mann 429-4700 x 210 seasonal exceptions) and mailed Historic District Information Lisa Soderberg 429-4700 x 209 free to every home and business in Haddonfield. Information Center Arlene Fiorilli 216-7253 Publisher: David J. Hunter 2 Kings Court infocenter@haddonfieldnj.org Senior Editor: Barbara Lynn Mabel Senior Center Dory Mann 354-8789 Editor: Colleen Gore Walnut Street (next to Acme Parking Lot) Design: Jennifer Magro Municipal Alliance Noreen Duffey 429-4700 x 257 Advertising: Maureen Municipal Court Susan Lewis 429-4700 x 214 Coughlin, Colleen Lafferty Parking Fines Susan Lewis 429-4700 x 214 ___________________________ Partnership for Haddonfield Lisa Hurd 429-4700 x 326 Fine Print Personnel Sharon McCullough 429-4700 x 215 The Publisher will not be liable for Pet Licenses Anne Frey 429-4700 x 225 the consequences of actions taken Planning Steve Walko 429-4700 x 224 or not taken on the basis of material Police Auxiliary Timothy Chase 609-320-6257 published herein. Responsibility for Public Library Susan Briant 429-1304 the content of advertisements rests Intersection of Haddon Street N and Tanner Street solely and entirely with the respective Public Works David Watson 429-0183 advertisers. Centre Street (at Scout Field) Advertising Senior Citizen Coordinator Dory Mann 354-8789 Sign Applications Joe Waters 429-4700 x 228 All advertisements published in Tax Assessor Tom Colavecchio 429-4700 x 227 What’s On and other publications Tax Collector/Finance Terry Henry 429-4700 x 205 of The Gumnut Group, LLC (the Traffic Tickets Susan Lewis 429-4700 x 214 Publisher) are subject to the curTrash and Recycling David Watson 429-0183 x 123 rent Advertising Rates and Terms Conditions, copies of which Vital Statistics Susan McFadden 429-4700 x 207 and are available on request, and to the Water and Sewer Joe Keating 429-0183 x 122 following: Water and Sewer Payments Megan Giordano 429-4700 x 206 • The Publisher reserves the right to Yard Sale Permits Anne Frey 429-4700 x 225 accept, revise, or reject advertising, Zoning Joe Waters 429-4700 x 228 for any reason or for no reason.

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Police Administration Chief John Banning 429-4700 x 250 242 Kings Hwy E (rear of Borough Hall) Overnight Parking 784-9161 x7 Police Dispatch 429-3000 Fire and Ambulance Chief Joe Riggs Jr 429-4308 15 Haddon Ave N (just off Kings Hwy E) Animal Control 718-0305

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Little League

Pop quiz!

 It takes more than a few snowflakes to keep sports fans from dreaming about spring training. Registration for Little League is underway at haddonfieldbaseball.org. Sign-up by Sun Feb 28 to avoid late fees. For more information, call 428-8621.

 Do you shout out the answers during Jeopardy? Do you have a talent for answering general trivia questions? Quizzie Haddon Trivia Night at the Baptist Church may be right up your alley! Attend the next event on Tue Mar 23. Quizzie Haddon is held on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 7 to 8pm in the Church’s Social Hall. Form a small team or come solo and make new friends while engaging in a little friendly competition. Snacks and beverages are provided. You bring the answers. Donations will benefit the Church’s Renovation Campaign. 429-2326

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Organ concert at Grace

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 The warm days of summer are months away, but planning for the Japan Exchange has already begun! Japanese students are set to visit the Borough in July and August. The Haddonfield Japan Exchange – an organization that promotes an annual exchange program between students from the High School and Kasukabe Girls High School in Japan – is looking for families to host the visiting young women and their adult chaperones. The Exchange committee has assembled a varied itinerary for their Japanese guests. Plans include tours of Philadelphia and Washington DC; day trips to Stone Harbor, Rowan University, and the Cherry Hill Mall; and parties, cookouts, and volunteer activities at the Haddonfield Home. Because all of the students who are coming from Japan are young women, the ideal host family is one in which there is a teenage female. It is the responsibility of the host family to provide accommodations and some meals for the visiting student, as well as occasional transportation. For more information, contact the Haddonfield Japan Exchange Director, Bill Brown, at BillBrown08033@aol.

 An organ concert, featuring Erik Meyer of Erie PA, will take place at Grace Church on Sun Mar 21 at 4pm. Meyer, a Collingswood native, began his organ studies at the age of thirteen. He studied with the Lutheran pastor, organist, and composer, J. Bert Carlson. Meyer has won several organ and composition competitions, including the highly competitive 2006 and 2008 National Young Artist Competition in Organ Performance, sponsored by the American Guild of Organists. He is an adjunct faculty member at Mercyhurst College where he teaches organ. Meyer will perform “Fanfare” by Leo Sowerby, an original work titled “Six Sketches on Children’s Hymns,” “Introduction and Passacaglia in F Minor” by Max Reger, “Gospel Prelude on ‘What a Friend We Have in Jesus’” by William Bolcom, and “Five Dances” by Calvin Hampton. The organ concert will be the fifth program in the Church’s Arts at Grace series. A free-will offering will be accepted at the door. For more information, go to gracehaddon.org or call 429-0007.

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Pajama games

 Girl Scout Troop 30555 will host it’s third annual Bingo Pajama Party on Sun Mar 28 from 2 to 4pm at the Lutheran Church. The event is a fundraiser for the Girl Scouts’ trip to Central America in 2011. During the trip, Troop 30555 will help out at a school for girls in Costa Rica. Attendees should arrive in their pajamas ready to play bingo and dance the afternoon away! The cost is $5 per child. For details and to reserve spots, e-mail leader Becky Bryan at RBryanNP@ comcast.net or call 429-7491 by Fri Mar 26.

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Business Directory ACCOUNTANTS

CLEANING SERVICES

Parker & Russo Associates 3 Small-business and financial consulting. Individual, partnership, and corporate accounting and tax returns. Payroll. 132 Kings Hwy E Ste 102, H’field 856 795-7976 Sinclair Associates LLC 1 Tax and accounting service. Small business and individual. 101 Windsor Ave, Haddonfield www.1040.pro 856 354-2266

Budget Cleaning 1 We take the industrial approach to cleaning your home! www.budgetcleaningco.com 609 792-8709 Covenant Cleaning 1 Residential and commercial. Dedicated to excellence. Affordable. Fully insured. 856 769-3536 Rich and Linda Upstairs Downstairs of 4 Haddonfield Housework getting you down? Try us. You won’t be disappointed. Since 1980. Bonded. 856 428-9153 Stefanie Stevens

APARTMENTS Pewter Village, Collingswood Apartment community exclusively for adults aged 55+. 1058 Eldridge Avenue. 856 854-8878 3

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

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BATHTUB REFINISHING ARS Tub Refinishing Quality workmanship 20 years tub and tile refinishing. 856 854-6350 Steve

Clean Masters Janitorial Services Inc. 4 Commercial, industrial, schools and MRI’s. Insured, bonded. 856 232-6710 Steven Jordan

COMPUTER SERVICES

AUTO SERVICE Grove Auto Service Foreign and domestic. ASE master technicians. 75 Grove Street, Haddonfield 856 616-8140 Jim or John

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BRICK & STONE Acquarola Pointing 2 Leaks no more! Brick and stone chimneys repaired, restored. Free consultation. NJ Lic # 13VH05239900 610 203-7879 Rick Acquarola

CHILD CARE Neighborhood Nannies 1 In-home care. Full-time, parttime, temporary, occasional. Members, Int’l Nanny Assn. www.neighborhoodnannies.net 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

CAMTech Computers 3 Computer sales, repairs, eBay selling, training, networking. Web site design. 681 Haddon Ave, Collingswood 856 858-2005 Siebold IT Services 3 Certified residential computer repair, networking. Part-time hours, low rates. Haddonfield. www.sieboldit.com 856 873-5821 Dan Siebold

CONCRETE All-Phase Masonry LLC 1 Brick, block, concrete step repairs, pointing, pavers, patios, driveways. No job too small. Visa MasterCard. Insured. NJ Lic # 13VH00676600 856 933-1436 Carmen Sarno

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

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

ENGINEERING Mary McElroy, PE Structural Engineering Inspections, certifications, forensic reports, new and rehabilitation designs. 609-509-4135

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GUTTER SERVICES America’s Gutters 4 Seamless gutters. Custom work. No deposit. 20-year material warranty. Cleaning. 856 767-4443 Clean Sweep 4 Gutter cleaning and repairs. Chimney and duct cleaning. 856 354-0675, 546-4606 Harry Haeffner III

Lawn/LANDSCAPE

Pet Sitting

REAL ESTATE

Wright’s Lawn Care LLC 1 Full lawn care, landscaping. Clean-ups, cutting, mulch, planting, pruning, sod, aerating, seeding, pavers, and more. 856 547-4045 Rutnya Landscaping Inc 2 Complete lawn, landscaping maintenance. Custom landscape design and construction. 856 547-5040 Charles Rutnya

Animal Lovers Pet Sitting Services 1 Daily dog walks and vacations. Serving Haddonfield and Collingswood areas since 2005. Insured and bonded. www.animalloversllc.com 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

Lenny, Vermaat & Leonard 1 Since 1954, the area’s fullservice real estate broker. 90 Tanner Street, Haddonfield www.lvlrealtors.com 856 428-5150 Main Street Realty 1 Area specialists. 730 Haddon Ave, Collingswood www.MainStRealty.com 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

MASSAGE THERAPY At Dave Wilson’s Men’s Shop For men, women by appointment. $65 /hr. Gift certificates available. 164 Haddon Ave, Westmont 856 456-8465 Karen Berman 2

HANDYMEN/WOMEN

MORTGAGE SERVICES

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

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

HEALTH INSURANCE

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

Peak Financial Services 1 Specializing in small business (2 to 20 employees), AFLAC, Medicare Advantage plans. Ask for a free evaluation of your existing plan. 609 790-4940 Mark Murphy

HOME HEALTH CARE CareMore In-Home Services 4 SJ’s premier eldercare service. Licensed, bonded, insured. Free RN assessment. 856 346-4484 Pat Dengler Senior Caregiver 2 Longterm Haddonfield resident will provide personal care, light housekeeping, meal preparation, errands. 856 428-0156 Judith Hall

HOME IMPROVEMENT Fallon’s Carpentry Painting, repairs, customizing. Windows, siding, kitchens, bathrooms, basements. 856 875-0216 Leonetti Builders Custom kitchens and baths, addition specialists for over 60 years! 856 428-4190 Rich

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Moving/ Senior Services Byron Home, Inc. 4 Helping seniors downsize and move: sort, floor plan, pack and unpack, sale of contents. www.byronhome.com 856 216-1780 Donna Willmann

OPTOMETRISTS

NJ Lic OA-04481

PaintING Tom’s Custom Painting 3 30 years’ experience in quality interior/exterior work. Power washing. Small home repairs. 856 220-1131

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

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

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Plaster repair/ Drywall John Baptiste Plaster Repair 4 Specializing in interior walls, custom plaster/drywall repairs, home renovations. Insured. 856 546-7979

PLUMBING Charlie the Plumber 3 You buy – we install. Faucets, toilets, sinks, tubs, showers, dishwashers. Insured, bonded. 856 429-5557 Lic: 6460 Rick Mitchell, Jr Plumbing LLC. Plumbing repairs, installations. 2 Faucets, disposals, toilets, etc. Bathroom remodeling. All work guaranteed. 25 years’ experience. Lic: 11864 856 435-6472

PaYROLL SERVICES

PRINTING & COPIES

USA Payroll 3 Celebrating over 14 years of service. Complete payroll, tax, and human resource services. Personalized service with cutting-edge technology. www.usapayrollnj.com 856 665-5600 Mary or Frank

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

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SCHOOLS The Beechwood School 4 Half- and full-day classes. 2-1/2 years thru Kindergarten. 441 Beechwood Ave, H’field 856 429-0303 Marge McElroy

STORAGE Haddon Storage 2 Store your stuff! Household or business. First month free! Route 130 at Nicholson Road, W. Collingswood 856 742-7000

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 3 Tree removal. Pruning. Hazard tree evaluation. Two NJcertified tree experts on staff. www.cctreeexperts.com 856 858-1165 Dave’s Tree Service 2 Trim, remove trees, bushes. 42ft bucket truck. Insured. Free estimates. 856 665-7540 Dave Kittle

WALLPAPERING Federici Interior 2 Paperhanging, painting, trim work, crown molding, siding, capping, replacement windows. www.federiciinterior.com 856 662-8864 Ron and Mike

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

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