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 There’s no need to travel to have a blast on Independence Day! The Celebrations Association has been hard at work planning Haddonfield’s annual Independence Day extravaganza. Kick your long weekend into high gear on Sun Jul 4 with the borough’s fireworks display, one of the most spectacular in South Jersey. The display will take place on the High School Field; gates will open at 7pm. Fireworks will begin at dusk (approximately 9:30pm). Admission is free but donations will be accepted. Entertainment by The Shore Thing will begin at 7:30pm. Refreshments will be available for purchase at the Lions Club tent in the end zone. Note that smoking and pets are prohibited on school property. The rain date is Mon Jul 5. Continue the celebration with the Independence Day Parade on

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

Around the Town What’s Your Take?

• PNC Bank’s RAMONA CHAINEY is looking forward to “barbecuing, spending some quality time with family, and watching lots of fireworks!”

With pyrotechnics, parades, picnics, and parties, Haddonfield will shine on Sun Jul 4 and Mon Jul 5. What are your plans for the holiday?

• Children’s Librarian DOROTHY PEPPARD revealed, “I’m going to make a red, white, and blue dessert and eat it ... while reading a book, of course!” Dorothy is preparing for a busy summer season. For information about Children’s Programs at the Library, see pages 9 and 20. • GABE (2) and ALEXIS (5) GUERRIERI moved to Haddonfield just two months ago, but they already feel quite at home at the Library. Alexis answered for her entire family, “We’re going to Ventnor Beach to watch the fireworks on the boardwalk.”

• The Public Library’s CHERYL BRADY and CYNTHIA GUERRA can’t wait for July Fourth weekend. Cheryl is looking forward to “taking a day off from the Library and going to the parade.” Cynthia reported, “I love seeing all of the kids that I’ve gotten to know from the library’s Storytime riding bikes in the parade.”

• A long-time resident, DR FRANK NASO finds that Independence Day offers a great opportunity to “get together at our house with our kids and our five granddaughters.” • Haddonfield resident and nanny extraordinaire, JOAN MANNING plans to “watch the parade and barbecue.” Joan is pictured with two of the library’s youngest patrons, MEGAN and BRENDAN CASEY, who plan on enjoying Independence Day with friends and family.

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 The High School Football Booster Club and Haddonfield Youth Football will host their 9th annual Gridiron Classic golf outing on Sat Jul 24. The outing will be held at Ramblewood Country Club (200 Country Club Parkway, Mount Laurel). Supporters will meet between 7:30 and 9am for a continental breakfast, beverages, and registration. There will be a shotgun start at 9am. At 1pm, guests will enjoy a barbecue lunch, tournament awards, and give-a-ways. The cost is $120 per golfer. Attend the lunch only for $20 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Proceeds will benefit the football programs. For details or to register, contact Frank DeLano at or Gregg Prescott at

Celebrate community

 Looking to make a difference right here at home? Look no further than the Civic Association. Since being established almost 100 years ago, the Civic Association has been committed to strengthening the local community by making information accessible to all, promoting open discussion and the democratic process, and improving the safety and welfare of Borough residents. The organization depends on donations for 100 percent of its funding. The Association posts videos of significant town meetings and events on its Web site. Don’t miss the latest videos including the 99th annual Town Dinner. Tapes of the Commissioners’ and Board of Education meetings are posted on the Web site within five days for viewing any time. The Civic Association sponsors the annual Town Meeting, the Town Dinner, scholarships, and numerous civic awards. In addition, the Association also supports the Municipal Alliance. To learn more about the Civic Association, to become a member, or to make a donation visit haddonfieldcivic. com. 429-1090

#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

Blood Drive

 Give a little of yourself this summer. The Lutheran Church will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Fri Jun 18 from 1 to 7pm in the church’s Parish Hall. To sign-up, call Nancy Frazier at 983-4597 or visit the Red Cross Web site at and use sponsor code: 205. Appointments are preferred but walk-ins are welcome. For more information, call the church office at 429-5122.

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Sunday, July 4: Evening Program

Children may not have motorized or battery-operated vehicles unless accompanied by a parent. Children riding bicycles or skating must wear helmets. No throwing of candy or items from the floats allowed. Please pass out items by hand!

Contributions are needed for the parade, bands, prizes, entertainment and fireworks. This program requires a large budget, so we are relying on you to give generously to make this year’s celebration the best ever. Mail checks (payable “Haddonfield Celebrations Association”) to: Treasurer, PO Box 15, Haddonfield NJ 08033. Please include your name and address. Our thanks to all who have already donated. in the High School Stadium 7:30pm Entertainment by The Shore Thing 9:30pm FIREWORKS (rain date: Monday, July 5)

Monday, July 5: Morning Program

• Baby Parade • Tricycles/Big Wheels/Bicycles: (Age 6 & younger. Ages 7 & 8. Age 9 & older) • Dress-Up Parade • Children’s Groups or Floats • Family Groups or Floats (see note below) • Neighborhood Groups or Floats (see note below) • Organizational Groups or Floats (see note below)

Parade Registration

• Family, Neighborhood, and Organizational Groups and Floats that wish to be judged MUST register that day (July 5) in the rear at the Presbyterian Church, 8:30am to 9:30am ONLY! NO EXCEPTIONS! • Other participants need not register. Participation ribbons will be given out during line-up, before the parade. All children participating get ribbons.

8:30am Registration for Family, Neighborhood, and Organizational Groups and Floats at Presbyterian Church (to 9:30am) 9:30am Haddonfield Community & Marching Band Society for All Patriots (the Pick-Up Band) assembles behind Presbyterian Church 10:00am Parade along Kings Highway from Chestnut to High School stadium The Haddonfield Celebrations Association 11:30am Announcement of winning Groups and thanks all the organizations and individuals Floats (see note at right) No Rain Date who helped plan and present this program.

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

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 The Board of Commissioners will hold a public meeting on Tue Jun 29 at 7pm to introduce the Borough’s 2010 budget. The meeting will be held in room 102 of Borough Hall. For more information, call 429-4700.

 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 Jun 22. Generally, Quizzie Haddon is held on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 7 to 8pm in the Church’s Social Hall. However, there will be no Quizzie Haddon in July and August. Why not use the summer months to study? Quizzie Haddon will resume on Tue Sep 28. Put together 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 collected during Quizzie Haddon Trivia Nights benefit the Church’s Renovation Campaign. 429-2326

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Fall Ball

 Registration is open for the Little League’s Fall Baseball season. Players of all fall sports are invited to participate, as are players from other towns who wish to play on a Haddonfield team. When registering, indicate a player’s additional activities because games are scheduled to minimize conflicts with other fall sports. The season will run from Labor Day thru the end of October. Sign-up for the following: • Little League – The divisions are Machine Pitch (eightyear-olds), Minors (nine- and ten-yearolds), and Majors (11- and 12-year-olds). The cost is $100 per player in the Machine Pitch and Minors and $125 per player in the Majors. Parents registering siblings will receive a $10 discount. The fee includes a game jersey, hat, an approximately 18 game schedule, and play-offs. • Babe Ruth – Players who will be between 13- and 16years-old in spring 2011 will be placed in the 13-year-old, 14-year-old, or 15- to 16-year old divisions. Haddonfield will be joining the TSE Tri-State Elite League. The cost is $150 per player and includes umpire and TSE fees. Babe Ruth players are required to own a pro-style mesh game jersey, which is reusable for all spring and fall teams. A onetime additional fee of $65 will be assessed for those that don’t already have a game jersey. To register, visit and sign-up by Sun Aug 1. Space is limited and late registrants will be charged an additional $25 fee. For details, contact gwilliams@ or


It’ll be a blast! Interfaith needs your help

 Spaces remain available in the Lutheran Church’s Vacation Bible School to be held Mon Jul 26 thru Fri Jul 30 from 9am to 12n. Children, ages four thru 6th grade, will not want to miss Baobab Blast. The cost is $20 for a family’s first child; $15 for each additional child. The deadline for registration is Sun Jul 11. Acceptance is on a first come, first served basis. Hurry, the program fills quickly! For details and registration, visit toolkit.thevbsplace. org/lcos. Interested volunteers, ages 14 and older, can call 429-5122 or e-mail warren0698@

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Pedal over to Freeride

 Freeride Sports, located at 8 Kings Hwy E, will host it’s annual Bike Decorating Event on First Friday, Jul 2 from 6:30 to 8pm. Decorate your bike in plenty of time for the Independence Day Parade on Mon Jul 5. 429-0123

#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

Vacation Bible School news

 The Presbyterian Church and Grace Church will co-host Vacation Bible School at Grace Church from Mon Jul 12 thru Fri Jul 16, 9am to 12n. The camp is open to children ages three thru 5th grade and costs $20 per child. Registration is first come, first served. Download a registration form at or The church relies on donations of snack and craft supplies (e.g. napkins, pretzels, tissue paper, and tempera paint). Drop off donations at the Presbyterian Church. 429-1960; 429-0007

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 Cover Story, continued Mon Jul 5. The procession will step off at 10am at Kings Hwy and Chestnut Street. The Parade will continue to the High School where free cold drinks will be available courtesy of the Lions Club. Famished revelers will be able to purchase hot dogs and pretzels. The Celebrations Association is trying to create a buzz around the parade this year. Along with honey bees, bumble bees have been mysteriously disappearing in what scientists call Colony Collapse Disorder. The Association is hoping that the parade will lure the bumble bees back to the borough. Classic car buff Ken Landgraf will escort the Borough’s 2010 Citizen of the Year, Joe Murphy, in his big yellow and black 1956 Ford Sunliner, which he often refers to as “The Bumble Bee.” Residents, neighborhoods, and organizations are encouraged consider the bee theme when designing their floats. (Think: The Bee Gees, beehive hairdos, spelling bees, the birds and the bees, etc). Would you like to be part of the parade? Registration will be held on Mon Jul 5 from 8:30 to 9:30am at the rear of the Presbyterian Church. Antique auto entrants should report to the antique auto registration table at 10am. For further information on parade entries, call Frank Houston at 428-2702. Children who wish to ride a decorated bicycle or tricycle during the parade must wear helmets. Ribbons for all child participants will be given out at registration or during line-up. Following the procession, parade winners will be announced at the High School. There is no rain date for the parade. The Celebrations Association depends on donations to fund community events. If you can dig a little deeper to help, send checks payable to: Haddonfield Celebrations Association, PO Box 15, Haddonfield. 216-7253



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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

Stay active


 This summer the Adult School will offer several programs to help you and your family stay active: • Children can perfect their backhand with tennis classes taught by instructor Larry MacCluen at Centennial Courts. Fundamental Skills class, for children ages four to six, will be held from 3:30 to 4:15pm (parent participation is encouraged). Little Strokers class, for ages six to nine, will be offered from 4:15 to 5pm. Junior Beginners, for players ages nine and up, will be held from 5 to 6pm. Choose between six-week Monday or Wednesday classes. The Monday session will run from Mon Jun 21 thru Mon Aug 2 (no class on Mon Jul 5). The Wednesday session will be held from Wed Jun 23 thru Wed Jul 28. If a class is cancelled due to weather, a class will be added at the end of the session. The cost is $60 for the Fundamental Skills and Little Strokers classes and $72 for the Junior Beginners. • Adult tennis class will be held on Mondays from Mon Jun 21 thru Mon Aug 2 (no class Mon Jul 5) from 7 to 8pm at Centennial Courts. Instructor Larry MacCluen will run the six-week program. The cost is $72 per person. • Pilates with Sue Heindel will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 7:45pm in the Central School gym. The total body exercise program is designed to improve your strength, flexibility, and balance by focusing on core muscles. The first session of classes is underway. A second session will run for six weeks from Tue Aug 24 thru Thu Sep 30. No class will be held on Thu Sep 9. The cost is $6 per class. Students can choose how many days they would like to attend and then pay by check on the first night. For more information, or to register, visit

Hang out on the Highway

 Summer will bring music to your ears! The Rotary’s Summer Concert Series will return at the end of June. The Police Department will close Kings Hwy to traffic at approximately 6:45pm on Fridays from Jun 25 thru Jul 30. Audience members are invited to set up folding chairs and make themselves at home on the Highway in preparation for the musical entertainment at Kings Court. Concerts will be held from 7 to 8:30pm. The line-up includes: • Fri Jun 25 – The Little Jazz Giants will have the audience grooving to traditional jazz. • Fri Jul 2 – The Mango Men will take the borough by storm with Jimmy Buffett favorites and classic rock tunes. • Fri Jul 9 – The Paisley Pickles will entertain with their creative, family friendly ditties. • Fri Jul 16 – The Escalades will take you back to the 1950’s with their retro harmonies. • Fri Jul 23 – Zydeco-A-Go-Go will bring the sounds of Louisiana to Haddonfield. • Fri Jul 31 – Celtic Crossroads will combine traditional Irish music, bluegrass, and jazz. Bring your dancing shoes! Concerts will be cancelled in the event of rain. To check, visit

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

The Week at a Glance

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sat jun 19 8:00a to 12:00n Farmers’ Market Presbyterian Church, Parking Lot

. s Last Day of School for Kindergarten thru 8th grade 9:30a Bowling Call for Location 65 Club 429-1290 12:15p to 1:30p Kiwanis Club Tavistock Country Club 858-1640 12:30p to 3:00p Lunch/Snacks & More: Traveling Dollar Store Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 1:00p to 7:00p Red Cross Blood Drive Lutheran Church 983-4597 5:30p to 7:00p Explorers’ Supper Club In the Kitchen Cooking School New Behavioral Health 874-1616 7:00p 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony High School, Gymnasium 8:00p The Fantastics Markeim Arts Center Plays & Players 429-8139 8:00p High School Promenade Channel 19/Channel 46

10:00a to 3:00p Craft Fair and Flea Market Plays & Players 429-8139 5:00p Saturday Night Alive Worship Lutheran Church 429-5122 8:00p The Fantastics Markeim Arts Center Plays & Players 429-8139 9:00p Memorial Day Observance Channel 19/Channel 46

tue jun 22 continued 7:00p No Frills, Just Thrills Race Cooper River Park South Jersey Athletic Club 667-2587 7:30p Commissioners’ Meeting Borough Hall, Room 102 7:30p to 9:00p Intermediate Italian Conversation Group Jersey Java & Tea 546-5878 7:30p Al-Anon Presbyterian Church, Third Floor 8:00p High School Promenade Channel 19/Channel 46 8:00p to 10:00p English Country Dancing Friends Meeting House 429-9186

sun jun 20 Father’s Day 7:30a Group Training Run Haddonfield Running Company South Jersey Athletic Club 2:00p The Fantastics Markeim Arts Center Plays & Players 429-8139



6:00p to 7:00p Intermediate West Coast Swing Lesson 7:00p to 8:00p Beginners’ Fox Trot Lesson 8:00p to 10:30p Open Dancing Grace Church Dance Haddonfield 429-5355 8:00p High School Promenade Channel 19/Channel 46

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

The Week at a Glance mon jun 21

tue jun 22 5:30a Group Training Run High School Track South Jersey Athletic Club 8:00a Library Board of Trustees Public Library

. s 8:00a Shade Tree Commission Borough Hall, Room 102 9:00a Senior Citizen Advisory Board Mabel Kay Senior Center 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 6:30p to 8:00p Young Adults Choir Methodist Church 7:00p Farmers’ Market Committee Information Center 616-8311 7:00p Municipal Court Borough Hall, Room 102 7:00p Adult Book Club Public Library 429-1304 7:30p La Leche League Presbyterian Church 795-2092 7:30p God’s Green House Environmental Groups First Baptist Church 429-2326 7:30p Environmental Commission Borough Hall Auditorium 9:00p Memorial Day Observance Channel 19/Channel 46

8:30a to 9:30a Tuesday Tours Friends School Call for appointment 429-6786 9:30a to 10:15a Pilates 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 12:00n Senior Game Day Lutheran Church, Parish Hall 429-8056; 429-5083 1:00p Lite Aerobics for Seniors Lincoln Commons 354-8789 1:00p to 4:00p Bingo for Seniors Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 6:00p to 8:00p Volleyball Methodist Church 693-1808 6:00p Commissioners’ Work Session Borough Hall, Room 102 7:00p Stitch n’ Bitch Grind House 889-4514 7:00p to 8:00p Quizzie Haddon Trivia Night Baptist Church, Social Hall 429-2326

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wed jun 23 8:00a Golf Outing Willowbrook Country Club 65 Club

thu jun 24 9:00a to 12:00n; 1:00p to 4:00p Art Classes for Seniors Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789

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 Rafting on a river/ Wading in a brook/ Drifting gently down the 9:00a to 10:00a 9:30a to 10:15a 11:15a to 2:15p stream/While reading Overeaters Anonymous Pilates Shopping Transportation my new book! Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Preschool for Seniors/Disabled: Summer reading 354-6393; 609-239-0022 428-6641 Wal-Mart Sen-Han Transit has never been easier 9:15a to 10:45a 10:00a to 12:00n 456-3344 thanks to the fun Mom to Mom Mothers’ Group programs at the Public Presbyterian Church Lutheran Church 12:15p to 1:30p 429-1960 429-5122 Kiwanis Club Library. Children Tavistock Country Club won’t want to miss the 9:30a to 10:00a 10:30a to 11:15a 858-1640 following activities: Step Aerobics Moms in Touch Presbyterian Preschool Covenant Presbyterian 12:30p to 3:00p • Preschool 428-6641 Church, Cherry Hill Lunch/Snacks & More Storytime, for kids 216-1392 Mabel Kay Senior Center ages three to five, will 10:00a to 10:45a 354-8789 Strength Training 11:30a be held on Tuesdays Presbyterian Preschool Senior Boot Camp and 1:00p at 10:30am. Create a 428-6641 Chair Tai Chi Haddon Fortnightly Lincoln Commons Fortnightly Clubhouse colorful fish on Tue Jul 10:00a Senior Citizen Board 20. Playgroup 354-8789 5:30p to 7:00p • Toddlertime, for McDonald’s Restaurant, Explorers’ Supper Club Westmont 1:00p to 2:00p In the Kitchen Cooking kids ages two and three, 429-0403 Al-Anon School is held on Thursdays Presbyterian Church, New Behavioral Health at 10:30am. Create a 10:30a to 11:30a Third Floor 874-1616 Adult Computer Class: colorful fish on Thu Jul Introduction to Internet 22. Searching 1:30p • The Book Boat Public Library 65 Club 429-1304 Clubhouse read-together program for readers ages seven 12:00n to 3:00p thru 10 will meet on Mayor Colombi’s Open 7:00p Door Session Transportation and Wednesdays from Jul Borough Hall, Room 102 Pedestrian Safety (TAPS) 7 thru Aug 4 from 1 429-4700 x208 Committee to 2pm. The group Public Library . 12:15p to 1:30p will read Mr Popper’s Rotary Club s 7:00p to 8:30p Penguins, talk about Tavistock Country Club 7:30p Rotary Club Concert 795-7976 Board of Education Series: Little Jazz Giants the book, and do fun High School, Library Kings Hwy activities. Call 429-1304 12:30p or visit the Library to Pinochle 65 Club (110 Rhoads Ave) 8:00p 8:00p register. 429-4688 High School Promenade The Fantastics • Sleepy Storytime, Channel 19/Channel 46 Markeim Arts Center for ages three thru six, 1:30p to 3:00p Plays & Players Line Dancing for Seniors 429-8139 will meet on Mondays Lincoln Commons at 7pm starting on Mon Senior Citizen Board 9:00p 354-8789 Memorial Day Observance Jul 12. Make a colorful Channel 19/Channel 46 fish on Mon Jul 19. 6:30p • LuLoo at the Group Training Run Library will return with Haddonfield Running Company Jersey Shore Kids, for South Jersey Athletic Club ages five thru 12, on Tuesdays Jul 13 thru 7:00p Aug 17 from 3:30 to Site Plan Review 4:30pm. Borough Hall Auditorium Sara O’Brien will lead children in beach fitness games, music For next week, and songwriting, and < continued see pages 28 and 29 Jersey Shore crafts. The materials fee is Noted addiction specialist $15. Register at the for the addict, their families & others Children’s Desk or by calling 429-1304. Specializing in: Note: Children’s • Alcohol • Drugs Programs will not be • Sex • Gambling held from Mon Jun 21 • Computer Addiction thru Fri Jun 25. John J. O’Connor For more information, PhD, CAS, CBT, CRPS, CSAT visit haddonfieldlibrary. 856 org or call 429-1304. CALL 854-3155 x111

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

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Pass the pigskin

 Learn from the best! High School varsity football coach, Frank DeLano, will hold Youth Football Camp for aspiring players from Mon Jul 12 thru Thu Jul 15 at the High School stadium. Kids ages five thru eight will meet from 8:30 to 11:30am. Those nine thru 14 will meet from 12:30 to 3:30pm. Quarterback and Wide Receiver Camp, for ages eight and up, will be held Mon Jul 26, Tue Jul 27, Mon Aug 2, and Tue Aug 3 from 1 to 3:30pm at the High School stadium. The non-contact camps are the perfect opportunity for your child to learn football skills while having fun. Brochures and registration forms are available on the football eBoard at athletics/athletics.htm. For further details, e-mail Frank DeLano at fdelano@

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 Did you miss a town event? Have no fear ... local television is here. Tune in to Comcast Channel 19 or Verizon Channel 46 to watch the following: • High School Promenade – Fri Jun 18, Sun Jun 20, Tue Jun 22, Thu Jun 24, Sat Jun 26 and Mon Jun 28 at 8pm. • Memorial Day Observance – Sat Jun 19, Mon Jun 21, Wed Jun 23, Fri Jun 25, Sun Jun 27, Tue Jun 29 at 9pm.

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Art show

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010


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Bring your business cards

 The Partnership for Haddonfield Professional Committee holds Breakfast Networking Events on the first Friday of each month from 7:30 to 9am, at Jersey Java & Tea (140 Haddon Avenue). The next event will be Fri Jul 2. Professionals, retailers, service business owners, and support staff members are invited to attend. Expand your network while noshing on breakfast goodies! Good news for bargain hunters! Townwide gift certificates will be sold at a 10% discount at Jersey Java during the networking event.

Lutheran Church updates

 Sunday Church School at the Lutheran Church has taken a summer hiatus. Instead Wiggle Worship, for children ages three thru eight, will be available during the 10:30am worship service. Children will sing songs, and listen to a children’s sermon. The Taking Faith Home Table Talk will be offered each Sunday at 9:15am instead of the regular Sticky Situations summer worship offering. Saturday Night Alive worship will continue at 5pm. 429-5122

Go team!

 Registration is underway for youth football and cheerleading (grades kindergarten thru 8th). The season consists of eight games, followed by play-offs. Most games are played on Saturdays starting in mid-September. Football practices begin in mid-August and are usually held three nights per week (two nights per week for five- and six-year-olds). Football teams are determined by age and weight. Register online at The registration fee for youth football is $175. The registration fee for youth cheerleading is $110. Roster spots will be on an “as available” basis for late registrants. For details about football, contact John Walter at 609-706-9872 or For cheerleading information, contact Tina Bolletino at 428-8331 or

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 The Commissioners Work Session scheduled for Tue Jun 22 at 7pm has been changed to begin at 6pm. The meeting, intended to conduct interviews with engineering firms, will be held in Room 102 of Borough Hall.

Visit Planet Zoom

 The Methodist Church’s Vacation Bible School – Planet Zoom! Be Bold, Believe, Be His – is sure to be a blast. Campers will gather each evening from Sun Jun 27 thru Thu Jul 1 to enjoy memorable activities, confess their belief in Jesus, and learn how to share Jesus’ love in the world. On Jul 1, a carnival will be held in the church’s North Yard. The church’s bible school program is open to children ages 3 years (before Oct 2009) thru sixth grade. For details, call at 429-0403 or email lrobinson@



#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

School Report to the Community DISTRICT-WIDE GOAL Creating criticalthinking students excited about their learning – in every building, in every class, on every day.

Haddonfield School District The past year has been extremely exciting for the students, faculty, educational leadership team, the Haddonfield School District, and the Board of Education. We hope that you experienced the excitement also.

HMHS On Top ... Again

The year began with Haddonfield Memorial High School being ranked the number 2 high school in the region. This ranking was not an accident. Over the last few years the faculty, staff, educational leaders, Board of Education, parents, and community have all worked together to offer the very best educational opportunities for Haddonfield students. This school year was no different, and the results speak for themselves, especially in these tight budgetary times. Of course, the School District has a constant need to improve, and that is why the Board of Education sets yearly goals for the District.

Critical Thinking is Critical

The goal for 2009-10 focused on critical thinking and ensuring that every student, in every classroom, on every day was challenged to think critically. Why focus on critical thinking? The reason is simple. Both the research and the realities of these economic

times are very clear: Our students must be prepared to meet the everincreasing challenges and possibilities that the world community offers and expects. To this end, all professional development offered in the district this past year focused on developing critical-thinking students. Experts from across the country were brought to Haddonfield to continue the preparation of the talented Haddonfield faculty and educational leaders. These experts included Dr. Enoch Hale (Foundation for Critical Thinking), Scott Wright (Habits of Mind), Mike Kuczala and Dr. John Staryk (The College of New Jersey), and Stephen Weimer (Drexel University Mathematics Forum). Working with the Haddonfield faculty, educational leaders and students, these experts help the adults and therefore the students learn how to delve into the essence of critical thinking – the use of analytic skills, questioning techniques, problem solving skills, and inquiry techniques, to name a few areas. Throughout the year the faculty has refined and developed lessons to help all students use age-appropriate critical-thinking skills to assess and delve deeply into real-life problems.

Extending the District Goal

Much has been accomplished in the area of teaching everyone to think critically, but much remains. Thus, at its meeting on June 3, the Board of Education approved the administration’s recommendation that the District Goal – “Creating critical-thinking students excited about their learning in every building, in every class, on every day” – be continued for another school year. The Local Professional Development Team, educational leaders, faculty and staff are excited about this decision and have moved forward to prepare for next school year. The opening day for faculty and administration next school year is Wednesday, September 1. The Local Professional Development Team and educational leaders, led by Dr. Dyanne Kerecman (Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning), have developed an exciting day focused on the teaching of critical thinking. Dr. Enoch Hale, Stephen Weimer, Scott Wright, and Mike Kuczala will work with faculty and administration on developing the skills necessary to develop students who think critically. All faculty and educational leaders will work with these experts and their colleagues to further refine


#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010


School Report to the Community DISTRICT-WIDE GOAL Creating criticalthinking students excited about their learning – in every building, in every class, on every day.

Looking Back ... and Forward their ability to foster a classroom culture where students actively, reflectively, and fair-mindedly learn how to question, reflect, and intellectually challenge their own and others’ understandings of the world with perseverance and an open mind.

Haddonfield educators are extremely capable and dedicated both to their own personal learning and to the students of Haddonfield. They have met the challenge, and will continue to meet it.

• Model UN Champions; • Spanish and German language award winners; • National Art Society; • National Merit Scholars and Finalists; • Choir, Orchestra, and Band regional Looking Back and state winners; Much has been accomplished this • DECA regional and state winners; Action at Every Level year – from the required, to • Multiple Conference and State The work the district has enriching district work and sport champions, including the undertaken on critical thinking is partnerships. ShopRite Cup (sixth year in a row). crucial. Examples include: Congratulations to all students, At the elementary level, faculty • Successful completion and passing faculty, and administration on these must teach students that effort and of the state-required monitoring extraordinary accomplishments. perseverance are essential for process (QSAC); success. • Completing all 10 curriculum Looking Forward Middle school faculty must show audits in four years; Finally, with my departure, I wish students that with greater academic • A Camden County College everyone the very best and thank challenges come more opportunities. partnership where High School you for your dedication to and Middle school and high school students can earn dual college credit support of the Haddonfield School students must be taught that when when they take one of the 21 courses District over the years. they think critically about issues and approved for college credit at HMHS; The Haddonfield community and experience challenging learning • The Drexel University-Haddonfield the Haddonfield School District situations, others will push back on School District Partnership – over 20 are incredible. The community and their thinking. students participating to date; district are positioned well to face Middle school and high school • Recognition as a leader of the future. students need to be taught to professional development in the I thank you for the opportunity to persevere and find new ways to Camden County. serve as a principal and senior tackle challenges as they will grow There have also been many administrator. Individually and intellectually. exceptional academic, art, and collectively you have been gracious High school students must be athletic accomplishments this year. in letting me be part of your lives. taught to believe in themselves and Examples include: Thank you for the chance to learn their capabilities as they apply what • One of the highest pass rates on and grow along with the Haddonfield they have learned and become self- the end-of-year Biology and Algebra Schools. directed learners. 1 exams in the State; The Haddonfield faculty and • Odyssey of the Mind State administrative leaders have a Champions; Alan Fegley, EdD challenging job ahead. Fortunately, • Science Olympiad Champions; Superintendent of Schools



Summer fun for all

 Banish boredom! With outdoor recreation, sports clinics, and the Library’s Summer Reading Program, kids will have plenty to do right here in town. And – perhaps the best part – the activities are offered free-of-charge to kids living or attending school in Haddonfield. Tot-Lots will take place at all three elementary schools, Mondays thru Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30am. Tot-Lots offers those turning five by October a chance to socialize, play, and become familiar with the elementary schools before the school bell rings in September. Playgrounds, for kids ages six thru 11, will be offered at the three elementary schools Mondays thru Thursdays from 9:30am to 12n and 1 to 3pm. Participants will take part in organized games and free play with their peers. Youngsters with special needs are encouraged to participate in the playground program as well. This playground will be held at Tatem Elementary, Mondays thru Fridays, from 1 to 3pm. A teacher with special-needs experience will supervise. Older children will not be left out. Those ages nine thru 14 can participate in art Mondays thru Thursdays in the Middle School Art Room from 9:30 to 11:30am. Kids in 3rd thru 8th grade will love the outdoor activities being held at Crows Woods Mondays thru Thursdays from 9:30am to 12n. These recreation programs will take place from Mon Jun 21 thru Thu Jul 29. The first day, Jun 21, will serve as a registration day. The fun doesn’t end there. Sports clinics offer children the perfect opportunity to hone their athletic skills or try something new. Clinics – including baseball, karate, tennis, lacrosse, soccer, and track and field – are offered at various locations. Most begin the week of Jun 21. For details about programs and clinics, download the schedule by clicking on “Summer Recreation” under “Hot Links” on the right side of


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Public hearing

 Heyer and Gruel Associates will present the proposed redevelopment plan for the Bancroft site at a public hearing. The meeting will be held on Wed Jun 23 at 7:30pm at Borough Hall. Residents are encouraged to attend.

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 The Camden County Food Shelf, which serves low-income seniors of Camden County, is in dire need of donations of non-perishable food. Food items such as canned vegetables, soup, crackers, cookies, cereal, condensed milk, canned beans, condiments, and boxes of instant mixes are welcome. Drop off your donations at the Mabel Kay Senior Center (24 Walnut Street) Monday thru Friday between 9am and 4pm. For more information, call 354-8789.

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 Project Focus Movie Nights, for students kindergarten thru 8th grade and their families, will be held on Wednesdays Jul 14 and Jul 21. Films will be shown at the Middle School at 7pm. Movie titles will be posted at haddonfield. Tickets will be available at the door for a $5 donation. Concessions will be sold at the event. Students ten and under must be accompanied by an adult (one adult per five students). Proceeds will benefit Project Focus, a PTAsponsored initiative dedicated to raising funds to upgrade technology at the Middle School.


Playdate: KidzFest 2010

 Looking to keep the kids busy? Mark your calendars for Kidzfest, taking place Sat Sep 11 at Challenge Grove Park (off Brace Road, Cherry Hill) from 10am to 2pm. Children and parents will be treated to sporting activities, arts and crafts, face painting, carnival games, and entertainers. Kidzfest will be bigger and better than ever in 2010. Lace up those sneakers! Kidz-A-Thon will be introduced this year. During Kidz-A-Thon, children will pair with an adult for obstacle courses, sack races, and other outdoor events ... some of which may involve water balloons and silly string. The entry fee will be $25; teams that raise additional funds will be eligible for prizes. Help Women and Children Now, the driving force behind Kidzfest, is a Haddonfield-based organization started by Lisa and Steve Hurly in honor of their son Stephen Michael who passed away in 2003. Stephen Michael was born prematurely and suffered from heart disease; he died when he was five-weeks-old after teaching his parents the true meaning of hope and love. Kidzfest 2010 will raise funds to benefit research in pediatric heart disease, pediatric cancer, and premature birth. To learn more or to volunteer, e-mail Call for an appointment at 856.354.0044


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• June to July10, 2, 009 2010 #445#477 • March 7 18 to april

COMMUNITY ALERT! A Clear and Present Danger

A recently published report titled “Potential Haddonfield Public Library Sites” presented the findings of a blue-ribbon committee led by Commissioner Borden. The committee evaluated 14 sites, dismissed 12, and concluded that only two are “worthy of serious consideration”: the “Existing Public Library property, either alone or in conjunction with 56 Haddon Avenue” and the “Allen Ave Parking Lot – Borough owned parking lot behind Kings Highway East and Tanner Street.” Despite the finding that the Allen Avenue location is “worthy of serious consideration,” the Commissioners appear to be on the verge of deciding to proceed with plans for an addition at the current Public Library site. In publicity for a “public forum regarding the future expansion of the library” at the Borough Hall on June 9, the Borough stated: “Commissioners will consider the presentation, as well as comments from the public and anticipate making a decision shortly thereafter.” [Municipal Matters, May 28, 2010 – our emphasis.] This apparent intention to make a decision in the near future about how to proceed was restated by the Borough Administrator at the beginning of the meeting. The June 9 panel’s presentation focused almost entirely on the existing library building. The panel mentioned other sites only in passing. So, based on the Borough’s own statements and actions – in advance of the forum and during the forum itself – it appears that the Commissioners are poised to choose one of the following options: • Option 1: Renovation to make the existing building ADA-compliant – $1,100,497 • Option 2: As above, plus alterations to improve functionality – $1,862,991 • Option 3: Renovation as above, plus an addition of 8,360 sqft – $5,308,849 • Option 4: Renovation as above, plus an addition of 13,800 sqft – $7,820,172. But there is a legitimate potential alternative that deserves serious consideration: • Option 5: The Allen Avenue Parking Lot. Even though this location has numerous “pros” and few “cons,” even though the architect found that, “with proper site improvements and building planning, the site is compatible with public library use,” even though the Sites Committee found it was “worthy of serious consideration,” and even though it was first suggested 18 months ago (in December 2008), the Commissioners have yet to consider the Allen Avenue site seriously. There is a Clear and Present Danger that, in the near future, the Commissioners will propose at least the renovation of the existing building and possibly the construction of an addition in the park in front of it. Such a plan would not only be extremely unwise, it would be extremely unpopular, and therefore unwinnable at referendum. We urge all concerned residents to implore the Commissioners (a) to order an independent, detailed investigation and evaluation of the Allen Avenue site and (b) to commission the preparation of conceptual plans, with estimated costs, for at least two building configurations on that site. • • • • • • • •

Bill Brookover – former chair, Historic Preservation Commission; former member, Library Building Committee Joe Haro – art and architecture authority; Historic Haddonfield tour guide; 1996 Citizen of the Year David Hunter – publisher, 2006 Citizen of the Year Ann Kearney – former chair, Library Board of Trustees Joe Murphy – attorney; community benefactor; Tanner Street property owner; 2010 Citizen of the Year Bill Reynolds – former Mayor; former chair, Library Board of Trustees; 1998 Citizen of the Year Bob Twitchell – former chair, Planning Board; 1981 Citizen of the Year Jan Twitchell – co-chair, HATCH Dinosaur Sculpture committee; 2002 Citizen of the Year Written and published by David Hunter:

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The ONE Library Site that Makes SENSE Please go see the site for yourself. It’s at the far end of the parking lot behind Lantern Lane. Imagine the possibilities!

4 No land acquisition cost or loss of rateables (the Borough owns the land). 4 No loss of parking (by extending an existing arrangement with PATCO). 4 No disruption of Library services (the existing building will remain fully functional during construction at the new site). 4 No need to move library operations elsewhere or rent storage space while the existing building is renovated. 4 No loss of precious open space in front of the existing building. 4 No loss of view of a beloved, heritagelisted building. 4 No potential “thumbs down” from the State Historic Sites Council or Haddonfield Historic Preservation Commission.

4 No architectural design difficulties imposed by limited size and constricting shape of the existing site. 4 No need to find a suitable library use for the “bad-news basement” (currently the Children’s Department). 4 No disruption to traffic, parking, and retail business on Tanner and Haddon during the year-long construction period. 4 No need to compromise on meeting the Library’s current and future needs for space and facilities. The Allen Avenue location will enable Haddonfield to construct a “designed-to-suit” and flexible building on an open site at a cost that is appropriate and affordable.


4 No opposition from those who favor keeping the current building and open space intact.

concePtuaL rendering by PauL Monson

Building an addition in front of the Public Library building would be a huge mistake, for many reasons. The Commissioners and the community need not make such a mistake, because an alternative site for a new library is available. In a report dated June 2010, a blue-ribbon committee concluded that the Allen Avenue Parking Lot is “worthy of serious consideration.” We, the undersigned residents of Haddonfield, hereby petition the Commissioners – before deciding to renovate the existing building and erect an addition in front of it – (a) to order an independent, detailed investigation and evaluation of the Allen Avenue site and (b) to commission the preparation of conceptual plans, with estimated costs, for at least two building configurations on that site. Name: ..................................................................................... Address: ................................................................................. E-Mail: .................................................................................... Mail to: David Hunter, 6 Haddon Avenue S, Haddonfield NJ 08033

Conceptual sketch by Paul Monson, commissioned by Stuart Harting.

All these NOs add up to one big YES for the ALLEN AVENUE site

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

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Public auction action

 A public auction will be held on Sat Jun 19 at 10am in the parking lot at Borough Hall. The auction will feature 34 bicycles and two garden rakes. For more information, call 429-4700.

Meet the trustees

 The Public Library Board of Trustees’ next meeting will be held on Tue Jun 22 at 8am in the Library’s New Jersey Room. The public is welcome to attend. For more information on the board, visit

Get fresh!

 The Farmers’ Market’s 2010 season is off to a great start. The open-air, fresh-food fiesta takes place each Saturday morning, rain or shine, from 8am to 12n in the Presbyterian Church’s parking lot. Shoppers enjoy perusing fresh produce, organic and specialty foods, baked goods, coffees, hand-made gifts, flowers, children’s activities, and more! Be sure your little ones join the Greenies Kidz Club. Members enjoy free weekly crafts with environmental themes. Kids: Don’t forget to get your card stamped each week to win special prizes. On Jun 19, the pros from Freeride Sports will be on-hand from 9 to 11am. Learn how to properly fit a helmet, share the road, and make your own emergency repairs. Also on Jun 19, stop by and recycle your eye-glasses, printer cartridges, cell phones, cancelled stamps, and more with members of the Lions Club. haddonfieldfarmers

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

Get to know the 65 Club!

 Playing golf is a great way to get acquainted with members and learn more about the 65 Club. Members will meet at various area courses on Wednesdays starting at 8am (unless otherwise noted) thru the end of November. Upcoming outings include: • Jun 23 – Willowbrook Country Club (Moorestown; 461-0131) • Jun 30 – Pinelands Golf Course (Hammonton; 609-561-8900) • Jul 7 – Centerton Golf Course, 9am (Elmer; 358-2220) • Jul 14 – Willowbrook Country Club (Moorestown; 461-0131) Anyone who would like to join members of the 65 Club on the golf course, should contact Jack Aharon at at 12n on the day prior to the scheduled outing. You do not need to be a member of the club or over the age of 65 to attend a golf outing.

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

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 Dive into reading with the Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, “Make a Splash: Read,” thru Fri Sep 10. Children, preschool thru 8th grade, can sign-up at the Children’s Desk. Every book read counts towards both the Library’s and the public schools’ summer reading programs. Those in grades 8 thru 12 can join the teen version of the program, “Make Waves at Your Library.” Sign-up at the Adult Desk or online at Readers will receive “Water Logs” to track the books they have read. Those who read six or more books will receive awards. Prizes will include gift certificates to the Ritz Theatre, tickets to a High School drama production, or a gift certificate to an AMC Loews Theatre of the reader’s choice. The program will culminate with a party, featuring Bubble Trouble, on Thu Aug 26 at 7pm at Borough Hall. 429-1304

 Haddonfield-area senior citizens are welcome to visit the Mabel Kay Senior Center. Enjoy some stimulating conversation and relax with a beverage during regular operating hours. The following activities are scheduled: • Every Monday and Thursday – 11:30am; Senior Boot Camp Plus Chair Tai Chi is offered in the Lincoln Commons Community Room. • First, third, and fifth Tuesdays – 12:30pm; Bridge and Cards. There is no pre-registration. • Second and fourth Tuesdays – 1pm; Bingo. • Every Tuesday – 1pm; Lite Aerobics in the Lincoln Commons. • Third Wednesdays – 10am; Computer Club. • Every Wednesday – 1:30 to 3pm; Line Dancing for Seniors at the Lincoln Commons. • Every Thursday – 9am to 12n; 1 to 4pm; Art Workplace with Angela Seigenthaler for ages 50 and older. • Every Friday – 12n to 3pm; Lunch/Snacks and More! Join area seniors for relaxing afternoons spent listening to guest speakers, enjoying movies, playing games, or partaking in lively conversation. A list of scheduled programs is available for pick-up each month. Call 354-8789 for more information.

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

Call for volunteers

 Many events take place each year in the Borough thanks to the contributions of local organizations. If you don’t have time to join a town organization, but you are willing to volunteer a few hours of your time at least once a year, call the Information Center at 216-7253 or e-mail Become a part of the Borough’s Volunteer Team. With unique events taking place in town each day, the volunteer opportunities are vast.


Out of this world

 The First Baptist Church will hold its 2010 Summer Enrichment Camp, Galactic Blast, for kids ages four thru 7th grade, from Mon Aug 2 thru Fri Aug 6. The camp will run from 9am to 12:30pm daily. Camp activities will be led by experienced, child-friendly adult teachers. Children will gain a new perspective on planet Earth while learning ways to help in its preservation. A performance and carnival will take place on Fri Aug 6 at 12n. A $20 donation per camper is requested. For registration forms or to volunteer, call 429-2326.

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 Do you thrive on competition? Make your evening run more competitive with the South Jersey Athletic Club. The Haddonfieldbased group is holding its 17th annual No Frills, Just Thrills series of races at Cooper River Park. Winners are chosen based on how close runners come to their predicted finishing time. No watches, clocks, or timing devices are allowed. All runners, regardless of race experience, may enter. The fee is $5; $3 for SJAC members; free for full-time students with ID. For an application, visit Can’t make it on Jun 9? Don’t worry, more Tuesday night races will be held throughout the summer: • Tue Jun 22, 7pm 1-loop staggered start race (3.65 miles). • Tue Jul 6, 6:40pm The Harry Berkowitz 1Mile Run; 7pm - 1-loop or 2-loop (7.3 miles) races. • Tue Jul 20, 7pm 1-loop prediction race. • Tue Aug 3, 7pm 10K (6.2 miles). • Tue Aug 17, 6:30pm - 1-loop, 2-loop, or 3-loop (10.95 miles) races. Looking for a running partner? The club, along with the Haddonfield Running Company, hosts group training runs. Meet at the Haddonfield Running Company on Sundays at 7:30am (distances vary) or on Wednesdays at 6:30pm (6.6 miles) for a group run. Early risers meet at the High School track on Tuesdays at 5:30am (workouts vary). To join the South Jersey Athletic Club, visit For details, contact Ed Maher at 667-2587 or



#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

The Week at a Glance

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sat jun 26

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

7:30a Group Training Run Haddonfield Running Company South Jersey Athletic Club

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

s 8:00a to 12:00n Farmers’ Market Presbyterian Church, Parking Lot

12:30p to 3:00p Lunch/Snacks & More Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789

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

1:00p Haddon Fortnightly Fortnightly Clubhouse

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6:00p to 7:00p Intermediate West Coast Swing Lesson 7:00p to 8:00p Beginners’ Country Two Step Lesson 8:00p to 10:30p Open Dancing Grace Church Dance Haddonfield 429-5355 9:00p Memorial Day Observance Channel 19/Channel 46

Summer Concerts June 25:

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8:00p The Fantastics Markeim Arts Center Plays & Players 429-8139

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7:00p to 8:30p Rotary Club Concert Series: Little Jazz Giants Kings Hwy

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8:00p The Fantastics Markeim Arts Center Plays & Players 429-8139


9:00p Memorial Day Observance Channel 19/Channel 46

Fridays 7pm Another community service of the Rotary Club of Haddonfield If inclement weather threatens, check after 6:00pm.

What’s Ongoing Historical Society 343 Kings Hwy E Wed Thu Fri, First Sundays 1p to 4p

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

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

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

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

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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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010


The Week at a Glance mon jun 28

tue jun 29 5:30a Group Training Run High School Track South Jersey Athletic Club 8:30a to 9:30a Tuesday Tours Friends School Call for appointment 429-6786

. s 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 6:30p to 8:00p Young Adults Choir Methodist Church 7:00p Municipal Court Borough Hall, Room 102 7:30p National Railway Historical Society Borough Hall Auditorium 547-5324 8:00p High School Promenade Channel 19/Channel 46

9:30a to 10:15a Pilates 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 10:30a Preschool Storytime Public Library 429-1304 12:30p to 4:00p Bridge/Card Games Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 1:00p Lite Aerobics for Seniors Lincoln Commons 354-8789

wed jun 30 Deadline for Alumni Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award Nominations 8:00a Golf Outing Pinelands Golf Course 65 Club 9:00a to 10:00a Overeaters Anonymous Presbyterian Church 354-6393; 609-239-0022 9:30a to 10:00a Step Aerobics Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 10:00a to 10:45a Strength Training Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 10:00a Playgroup McDonald’s Restaurant, Westmont 429-0403 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

thu jul 1 Call for times Singles’ Movie Night The Ritz, Voorhees Single Movie Lovers 354-2018 9:00a to 12:00n; 1:00p to 4:00p Art Classes for Seniors Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 9:30a to 10:15a Pilates Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 9:45a MOMS Club Call for location 354-2146

fri jul 2 7:30a to 9:00a Breakfast Networking Event Jersey Java & Tea Partnership for Haddonfield, Professional Committee 216-7253 9:30a Bowling Call for Location 65 Club 429-1290 12:15p to 1:30p Kiwanis Club Tavistock Country Club 858-1640 12:30p to 3:00p Lunch/Snacks & More Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789

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

5:00p First Friday Retail District 216-7253

10:30a Toddlertime Public Library 429-1304 11:30a Senior Boot Camp and Chair Tai Chi Lincoln Commons Senior Citizen Board 354-8789 1:00p to 2:00p Al-Anon Presbyterian Church, Third Floor

. s 6:30p to 8:00p Bike Decorating Event Freeride Sports 429-0123

Game on, seniors!

 Game days at the Lutheran Church will add some fun to your summer. Senior Game Day is held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 12n in Parish Hall. Don’t miss the next event on Tue Jun 22. Senior citizens can play the game of their choice including pinochle, bridge, and bingo. Know a great game? Bring it along! The free events will feature lunch and are open to all senior citizens. Bring a can of food for the food pantry. To reserve your space, call Eleanor at 429-8056 or Betty at 429-5083.

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› Start your summer in style with The tue jun 29 Haddonfield Commu1:30p 7:00p to 8:30p 6:00p to 8:00p 65 Club Rotary Club Concert nity Philharmonic and continued Volleyball Clubhouse Series: The Mango Men Marching Band Soci1:30p Methodist Church Kings Hwy 7:30p Preschool Storytime 693-1808 ety, also known as the Al-Anon Public Library 6:15p Pick-Up Band. Note that Presbyterian Church, 429-1304 6:00p Lions Club Third Floor unless indicated, the Democratic Club Tavistock Country Club 1:30p to 3:00p Borough Hall 428-2363 times listed below refer Line Dancing for Seniors 427-0663 8:00p to 10:00p to when the band will Lincoln Commons 7:30p English Country Dancing begin playing: Senior Citizen Board 7:00p Auxiliary Police Friends Meeting House 354-8789 Stitch n’ Bitch Borough Hall • Mon Jul 5 -- The 429-9186 Grind House 429-4700 x240 Pick-Up Band wouldn’t 6:30p 889-4514 9:00p miss the Independence Group Training Run Memorial Day Observance Haddonfield Running 7:00p Day Parade! The parade Channel 19/Channel 46 Company Commissioners Meeting will start at 10am. South Jersey Athletic Club Borough Hall, Room 102 • Fri Jul 14 -- The 429-4700 Band will take it on 7:30p to 9:00p 7:30p to 9:00p the road for a concert Intermediate Italian Intermediate Italian at the Whitman-StafConversation Group Conversation Group Jersey Java & Tea Jersey Java & Tea ford House (in Laurel 546-5878 546-5878 Springs) at 7:15pm. • Fri Jul 28 -- An annual crowd pleaser: The < continued For last week, band will play at Knight see pages 12 and 13 Park in Collingswood beginning at 7:15pm. Thu Aug 5 -- Don’t Get in shape for summer! • miss the Family Picnic In the privacy of your home! Concert at the High School. The band will Certified, pre-screened personal take over at 7:15pm! trainers available 7 days a week Do you play an at your convenience. Specializing in Affairs of the Heart instrument? Anyone A Phone Call Away to All Your Answers can join the band, Advice on All Matters of Life simply turn up! The are Your First Purchase! Amazing Accuracy • All Readings Confidential no membership dues, By Appointment Only Meal Planning • Training • Motivational Coaching uniforms, or rehearsals. (888) 323-8677 429-0426 1244 Hurfville Rd 856 12:30p Pinochle 65 Club (110 Rhoads Ave) 429-4688

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 Kings Hwy will come alive with the sights and sounds of the 18th annual Crafts and Fine Art Festival on Sat Jul 10 from 11am to 8pm and Sun Jul 11 from 12n to 5pm. Tents featuring the work of over 250 artists and crafters will line the Highway, area restaurants will set up cafés, and musicians and face painters will entertain guests. This year, the nationally recognized festival is being sponsored by Philadelphia Magazine. A wide range of arts and crafts will be displayed: ceramics, glass, jewelry, wood, fiber, metal, paper, drawings, and paintings. 216-7253

The Players hit the road

 Plays & Players will present The Fantastics at the Markeim Arts Center on Fridays Jun 18 and Jun 25 at 8pm; Saturdays Jun 19 and Jun 26 at 8pm; and on Sun Jun 20 at 2pm. Watch what happens when two neighboring fathers erect a wall between their houses to encourage their rebellious children to fall in love. After the fathers’ plan succeeds, the lovebirds take off in different directions to experience the world. Will their love survive? Markeim Arts Center is located at the corner of Lincoln Ave and Walnut Street. Tickets cost $20 for general admission seating. Guests who purchase a ticket for the show on Fri Jun 18 will be given a free ticket. Bring a friend! For tickets, call 429-8139. For details about summer programs at Plays & Players, go to For information about summer programs at the Arts Center, go to

 Each Friday from 12:30 to 3pm, the Mabel Kay Senior Center hosts Lunch/Snacks & More. Join area seniors for relaxing afternoons spent listening to guest speakers, watching movies, playing games, and enjoying refreshments. Next: • Fri Jun 18 – A CVS pharmacist will be onhand to present an informative program. • Fri Jun 25 – Enjoy a healthy lunch accompanied by a recipe. Re-create the delicious meal over and over again. Call 354-8789 to RSVP. A list of scheduled programs is available at the Mabel Kay Senior Center each month. 354-8789

#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

Kick it old school

 You can learn to the dance like the characters in films such as Sense and Sensibility and Emma. Held every Tuesday from 8 to 10pm at Friends Meeting House, English Dancing lessons are open to all. Singles and couples are welcome to join in the fun. The footwork isn’t too fancy, there is rarely any body contact, and you don’t need a perfect sense of timing or coordination. Friends Meeting House is located at Lake Street and Friends Ave. Be sure to call 429-9186 prior to attending the lessons.


#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010


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Score big with the Youth Basketball Association camps

 The Haddonfield Youth Basketball Association will help kids perfect their game with summer basketball camps. • Fundamental Skills Camps will be held from Mon Jun 21 thru Fri Jun 25. Boys entering grades three thru five will meet from 9am to 12n. Girls entering grades three thru five will meet from 2 to 5pm. The camp is designed to teach players the basketball basics and will include offensive and defensive stations and skill work thru the use of drills and techniques. • Junior Development Camp will be held from Mon Jun 28 thru Fri Jul 2. Boys entering grades six thru eight will meet from 9am to 12n. Girls entering grades six thru eight will meet from 2 to 5pm. Participants will build on the basketball fundamentals in both group and individual stations. Kids will test their skills in competitive games and contests. Camps will take place in the High School gymnasium. For more information or to register, visit

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 To help area residents make the most of the summer months, we will present What’s On: The Summer bi-weekly throughout July and August. In addition to the towns we usually cover – Haddonfield, Collingswood, and Haddon Township – our summer publications will cover events in Audubon and Haddon Heights. Keep sending your press releases! We are always searching for information about upcoming community events. Our goal is to keep our readers well informed, regardless of the season. Send information about community events to What’s On: The Summer will be available at hundreds of locations throughout the five towns with bonus distribution at the Arts and Crafts Festivals in Collingswood and Haddonfield. Going on vacation? Stay in the loop by visiting For more information, or to discuss advertising opportunities, call the Gumnut Group at 428-3399.

Show the Lions love

 For over 50 years the Lions Club has provided support, funds, and services to charitable organizations and residents in need. Through pancake breakfasts, White Cane Days, spaghetti dinners, Blind Seals, fall festivals, and flea markets, the Lions have been able to provide eye exams and glasses to the needy while also supporting Camp Marcella and the Leo Club. To maintain its high level of service, the Club needs your help. To donate, make checks payable to: Haddonfield Lions Club, P.O. Box 401, Haddonfield.

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

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 Kids can take the stage this summer at Plays & Players’ StageKidz Summer Camp. A three-week camp (Mon Jul 5 thru Fri Jul 23) and a six-week camp (Mon Jul 5 thru Fri Aug 13) will be offered for aspiring thespians ages eight thru 16. Stage Teenies (one-week themed camps) will be available for little ones ages four thru seven. Campers will learn all of the elements of the theatre including acting, singing, dancing, set design, costume design, and technical theatre. Students enrolled in the six-week camp will be given a role in Seussical, Jr. Children will learn from certified teachers and professional performers. Only a few spots are left so register now! For more information or to register, visit

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 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 Jun 24. For more information, call 429-4130 x201.

 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 Jun 24.

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010


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Attn: Retired men

 The 65 Club is a group of local retired men of all ages involved in a variety of activities. The Club meets every Thursday at 1:30pm in the Club House (110 Rhoads Ave). Guest speakers discuss topics such as health care, travel, sports, current events, and history. Weekly activities include playing cards, golf, and bowling. The group is also involved in civic affairs such as the Fourth of July Parade, the Adopta-Spot program at Crows Woods, and a scholarship program for graduating High School students. Annual luncheons are held twice a year at Tavistock Country Club and several bus trips are sponsored by the Club. Retired men are invited to join in the fun! For more information, contact

Such character

 Do you cherish the charm and character that sets Haddonfield apart from other towns? Do you enjoy the historical significance of its buildings, neighborhoods, and streetscapes? Haddonfield is changing on a daily basis. With eac¡h tear down, another piece of history is lost forever. At the same time, green and open space is quickly disappearing. A group has been formed to monitor these developments, educate residents, and protect Haddonfield’s character. If you are concerned, join Preservation Haddonfield, formerly the Haddonfield Preservation Society. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7pm; locations vary. To learn more, go to or call 287-4665.

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 Kick your kids’ summer into high gear with the Haddonfield Soccer Club. The organization will present two camps: • MLS Soccer: New York Red Bulls Summer Camp Training Program will be held from Mon Jun 21 thru Fri Jun 25 at Crows Woods Field. Aspiring players will meet from 9am to 12n (ages seven to 16), 9 to 10:30am (ages five and six), and 11 to 11:45am (ages three and four). The New York Red Bulls’ licensed trainers will run the camp. • Grassroots Soccer Camps, run by Sam Gough and his team of licensed trainers, will be held at Crows Woods Field from Mon Jul 19 thru Fri Jul 23 from 4 to 6pm (kindergarten thru 1st grade), 4 to 7pm (2nd thru 4th grade), and 4 to 7pm (U11 thru U14 travel soccer players). For further information and registration, visit the “HSC Camps” link at

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Book talk

 The Women’s Reading Fellowship of the First Baptist Church will discuss My Antonia by Willa Sibert Cather at Jersey Java & Tea (140 Haddon Ave) on Fri Jul 23 at 10am. Come out and share your thoughts. For more information, call Sandra at 429-2326.

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$10 per week (1 dog) $4 per week each additional dog

Mercedes Two doctor’s cars. 1987 4-door 420 SEL and 4-door 300 E. Good condition. Asking $3,700 per car or best offer. H477-03

Guitar Lessons Specializing in Classical Technique. Playing Every Friday & Saturday night starting at 6pm at The Corner Bistro. Tanner Street & Kings Hwy, Haddonfield.


For Sale

Classical Guitar & Lute

Lessons & Performance

Schools Board of Education

School District Administrative Offices 1 Lincoln Avenue E-mail addresses are 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@

Public Schools Central Elementary Haddon Elementary Tatem Elementary Middle School High School

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779-3600 217-1618 857-0927 795-0422 229-7379 428-4262 795-4551 795-1514 857-1359 429-4130 429-4130 429-7510 429-5851 429-0811 429-0902 429-5851 429-3960

Bancroft Kathy Ross Beechwood School Marge McElroy Christ the King School Haddonfield Friends School Sharon Dreese Kingsway Learning Center David Panner Methodist Nursery School Lynne Ebling Presbyterian Preschool Barbara Sewall

524-7336 429-0303 429-2084 429-6786 428-8108 428-2155 429-0609


Roger Bowley Craig Ogelby Gino Priolo Noah Tennant Michael Wilson

Private Schools

Houses of Worship


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 God’s Green House, the environmental group at the First Baptist Church, will meet in the church lounge on Mon Jun 21 at 7:30pm. Come out and see how you can help make a difference. For more information, call the church office at 429-2326.

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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


First Baptist Church 124 Kings Hwy E 429-2326 Rev. Dr. Michael J. Feicht Sun 10am; Sun School 10:10am Childcare provided. Mt. Olivet Baptist Church Lincoln and Douglas Aves Rev. Anthony Talton 428-1320 Sun 9:30am; Sun School 8:30am


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



Grace Church in Haddonfield 19 Kings Hwy E 429-0007 Rev. Dr. Patrick R. Close Sun 8am, 9:30am 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, 10:30am


Haddonfield United Methodist Church 29 Warwick Rd 429-0403 Rev. George Morris Sun 8:00am (traditional/Main Sanctuary); 10:00am (contemporary/traditional blend Main Sanctuary); Sat 5pm (Brown Chapel);

Christ the King Church 200 Windsor Ave 429-1600 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

First Presbyterian Church 20 Kings Hwy E 429-1960 Rev. William F. Getman Sun 10:00am; Childcare available. Haddonfield Friends Meeting Lake St and Friends Ave Robert Brookes, Clerk 428-6242 Sun 10am

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Clubs and organizations 65 Club George Passes 428-8372 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 Lee Albright 354-9761 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 Peggy Stedman 795-2092 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 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 Rosario Licciardello 866-0038 Y’s Men’s Club Richard Godlewski 354-1921


Mayor Tish Colombi 428-0348 home Commissioner Ed Borden 428-3195 home Commissioner Jeff Kasko 216-7692 home

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#477 • June 18 to July 2, 2010

Death Notices Dolores Baker

Dolores W. Baker, a resident of Haddonfield, died on June 6, 2010, aged 74. She was the wife of Walter Baker. She was a member of the Haddonfield Memorial High School Class of 1953. Mrs. Baker was a member of the Sunrise Choir, Floral Arts Guild, and Mission Committee at the Methodist Church.

Carolyn Kishpaugh

Carolyn Louise Kishpaugh, a resident of Harrisburg PA, died on June 4, 2010, aged 79. She was the widow of Howard Kishpaugh. Haddonfield relatives include a granddaughter, Amaryah Kishpaugh Bocchino (Frank).

Jeane Maclay

Jeane Frothingham Maclay, a resident of Berkeley CA, formerly of Gene M. Beliveau Haddonfield, died on March 16, 2010, Gene M. Beliveau, a resident of aged 93. Spring Township PA, died on June 7, She was the widow of Robert Maclay. 2010, aged 91. He was the husband of Helen Beliveau. Haddonfield relatives include Susan Meyers a grandson, Michael Willison. Susan G. Meyers, a resident of Washington Court House OH, died on Patricia Boudreaux June 5, 2010, aged 67. Patricia Ellen Frosch Boudreaux, a She was the wife of Allan Meyers. resident of Pearl River LA, formerly Haddonfield relatives include a brother, of Haddonfield, died on June 9, 2010, Andy Gallogly (Jennifer). aged 49. She was the companion of Steven Edward Murphy Brenia. Edward R. Murphy, a resident of Haddonfield, died on June 11, 2010, Marie Cameron aged 77. Marie C. Cameron, a resident of He was the companion of Joan Moorestown, died on June 1, 2010, Dunphey. aged 80. She was a guidance counselor at Donald Papuzynski Haddonfield Memorial High School. Donald William Papuzynski, a resident of Old Town ME, formerly of Dorothy Collier Haddonfield, died on May 28, 2010, Dorothy V. “Dee” Collier (nee aged 58. Carberry), a resident of Haddonfield and Longport, died on May 31, 2010. Marjorie Robbie She was the widow of James Collier, Marjorie R. Robbie (nee Reeh), a MD. She was a longtime member of resident of Medford, died on June 7, Tavistock Country Club, the Haddon 2010. Fortnightly, and the Republican Club. She was the wife of Kenneth Robbie. Mrs. Robbie was a member of the Gregory Conron First Church of Christ, Scientist in Gregor y Francis Conron, a Haddonfield. resident of Stamford CT, formerly of Haddonfield, died on June 9, 2010, Peggy Selah aged 73. Peggy J. Selah, a resident of He was the husband of Marita Burlington, died on June 3, 2010, aged Conron. 89. She was the widow of Lester Selah. Eleanor Elwood Haddonfield relatives include a son, Eleanor F. “Ellie” Elwood (nee Fell), Roger Selah. a resident of Moorestown, formerly a longtime resident of Haddonfield, died Sally Ann Suomala on May 24, 2010, aged 96. Sally Ann Suomala (nee Norsell), a She was the widow of Everett resident of Green Valley AZ, formerly Elwood. She was a reading teacher at of Haddonfield, died on May 25, 2010, Haddonfield Friends School. aged 77. She was the wife of Robert Suomala. Dorothy Griffin She was a graduate of the Haddonfield Dorothy Bertha Griffin, a resident of Memorial High School Class of 1950. Tinton Falls, formerly of Haddonfield, Alfred Wayslow died on May 30, 2010, aged 90. She was the widow of Douglas Alfred S. Wayslow, a resident of Griffin. Atco, died on June 2, 2010, aged 69. He was the husband of Dolores Judith Gump Wayslow. He formerly operated the Judith Gump (nee Elmer) a resident 7-Eleven in Haddonfield. of Haddonfield, died on June 5, 2010, Anna Wilson aged 83. She was the wife of Gerald Gump. Anna Nicole “Nan” Wilson, a resident of Haddonfield, died on June Carlton Horner, Jr. 5, 2010, aged 90. Carlton M. “Buddy” Horner, Jr., a She was the widow of Martin lifelong resident of Haddonfield, died Wilson. on June 2, 2010, aged 86. Mr. Horner was formerly a math teacher at the Middle School.

Russell Jaggard, Jr.

Russell H. Jaggard, Jr., a resident of Voorhees, died on June 2, 2010, aged 74. Haddonfield relatives include a daughter, Diane Simpers (Charles).

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

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