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Don’t be left out in the cold on Feb 14  Don’t let Cupid’s favorite holiday slip by unnoticed. Have some fun painting the town red in honor of Valentine’s Day! Here are a few romantic ideas: • Need some help getting in the spirit? Take a stroll downtown and breath deeply. The Borough’s fourth annual “Love is in the Air” Valentine’s celebration will take place Tue Feb 1 thru Mon Feb 14. Be sure to stop downtown for live entertainment, in-store promotions, and the annual Valentine’s Day Window Decorating Contest. For further information about “Love is in the Air,” see page 9. • When it comes to festive fun for your little ones, look no further than the Children’s Department at the Public Library Children will embrace Valentine’s Day by decorating cookies during Preschool Storytime

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 The West Jersey Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, which formerly met in Haddonfield, now meets on the third Monday of the month at 7:30pm on the first floor of the Haddon Heights Municipal Building (625 Station Ave). On Feb 21, Dale Woodland will return with his photos to present “The Reading: Then and Now.” See how the rail has evolved since 1976! 547-5324 For more Haddon Heights events, see p. 4 to 7.

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Around the Town What’s Your Take?

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What are your plans for Valentine’s Day?

• February is a fabulously busy month for Haddonfield’s BILL BROWN. He explained, “My wife’s birthday is Valentine’s Day. Our anniversary and our son’s birthday is the day before. Then, my other son’s birthday is February 16. We usually celebrate everything at once.” He continued, “Last year was our 50th wedding anniversary ... and we’re still recuperating from that.”

• Haddonfield residents JOE SKEY and MARIE LEWIS won’t let Valentine’s Day pass unnoticed. Joe says that if he had it his way, he would “be having dinner with Marie Lewis.” Meanwhile, MARIE LEWIS is hoping for a nice dinner out with her husband, Peter.

• What’s On found ANNA CARUSO (9) and CLAUDIA MASCLANS (10) selling Girl Scout Cookies at Haddonfield’s Acme Market. Anna plans to celebrate Valentine’s day by “eating all the candy sent home from class parties.” Claudia anticipates spending a lot of time “making Valentines for friends.” For details about Girl Scout Cookie sales in Haddonfield, see p. 18. • Moms always play a big part in a successful cookie sale. After the sale is over on February 14, MAGGY CARUSO plans on celebrating Valentine’s Day by “eating a whole lot of Girl Scout Cookies.” DENISE PECK will celebrate by “driving the basketball carpool and enjoying chocolate fondue after dinner.” HOLLY MASCLANS said, “I plan on making a special dinner for my family which I love to pieces.”

• SUSAN PARKS and her daughter, MOLLY, were spotted doing some grocery shopping after a girls’ basketball game. Molly, a third grader at Haddonfield’s Tatem Elementary, reported, “We’ll be going out to dinner with my dad ... we haven’t picked the place yet.”

• Acme Market’s MARIE HATTON revealed that her plans include “dinner, a movie, and maybe some dessert later on!”

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Playbox theatre notes


A Super Bowl blowout

 The Haddon Heights Baptist Church, located at 3rd and Station Aves, will host it’s 12th annual Super Bowl Party on Sun Feb 6 at 5:30pm. Revelers will enjoy food, door prizes, and a halftime show. Call for information, 547-3579.

Get your head in the game!

 Don’t let the ice and slush keep you from dreaming about baseball. Registration for baseball and softball is now open. New in 2011: Haddon Heights Youth Athletics (HHYA) requires that registration for baseball and softball be completed online by Wed Feb 23. After that date, a late fee will be assessed. Forms are available at Volunteer coaching applications – for those who wish to become managers, assistants, scorekeepers – must also be completed by Feb23. 2011 Little League Volunteer Application can be downloaded at hhya. org and e-mailed to For information about pitching clinics, Baseball and Softball Play-Up Tryouts and player evaluations, Rutgers Safety Training, and Coaches’ Clinics visit

 The Village Playbox, a community theatre troupe based in Haddon Heights, has had a highly successful season so far. Up next ... Surprise your Valentine with tickets to the George Axelrod comedy Goodbye Charlie. Watch what happens when a deceased playboy comes back to life – as a woman! Directed by Steve Allen, performances will be held on Fri Feb 18 (8pm), Sat Feb 19 (2pm and 8pm), Fri Feb 25 (8pm), and Sat Feb 26 (2pm and 8pm) at the First Presbyterian Church of Haddon Heights. Goodbye Charlie has become a modern-day classic. It took broadway by storm in 1960 with Lauren Bacall as Charlie; a film version followed staring Debbie Reynolds and Tony Curtis. Steve Allen has assembled a cast of seven area actors for the Playbox’s take on Goodbye Charlie. Ashley Reimer plays the most challenging role, Charlie. James Eckstein, Jessica Fitzgerald, Ellen Apoldite, Mario Rapanaro, and Ron Kelly complete the cast. Looking to spring: The Playbox’s 71st theatre season will culminate with the John Patrick comedy A Bad Year for Tomatoes. Follow the antics of Hollywood actress Myra Marlowe who leases a home in New England to write an autobiography. Complications arise when she invents a sister to ward off nosy neighbors. Be sure to join in the fun. A Bad Year for Tomatoes will take center stage on Fri Apr 29, Sat Apr 30, Fri May 6, and Sat May 7 at the First Presbyterian Church of Haddon Heights.

Check out the library

 Did you know that the Haddon Heights Public Library, located at 608 Station Ave, hosts programs tailored to the needs of its youngest patrons? • Baby and Toddler Time is held on Wednesday mornings, beginning at 10:30am. Parents and youngsters – up to 36 months – are welcome to enjoy music, stories, and a craft. • Story Time is held on Wednesday evenings, beginning at 7:30pm; and Thursday mornings, at 10:30am. Parents and children, ages three to six, are welcome to enjoy a short story and a craft. 547-7132

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History lesson

 The Circolo Italiano Club will showcase the second part of a documentary, Pane Amaro (Bitter Bread), at the Haddon Heights Municipal Building (625 Station Ave) on Mon Feb 14 at 7:30pm. The first part was shown on Mon Jan 10. Through interviews with Italian Americans, comments from scholars, and historical footage, the film chronicles the social, economic, and political transformation of Italians from immigrants to prominent members of American society. Don’t miss this fascinating program. For details, call Kathy Terranova at 547-3110.

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The PTG remains busy!

 The Haddon Heights Elementary Parent Teacher Group, fondly known as the PTG, was created to provide programs to enhance the educational experiences of children in Haddon Heights’ three elementary schools. The PTG fosters communication between parents, teachers, and school administration, while hosting numerous free and low-cost fun events. Coming up: • Fri Jan 28 – Family Fun Night will feature crafts. Festivities will begin at 7pm at Atlantic Avenue School. • Fri Feb 11 – Sweetheart Dance at Seventh Avenue School. • Wed Feb 16 – PTG meeting at Seventh Avenue School. • Mon Feb 28 – Science Fair at Glenview Avenue School. Interested parents are invited to join. Simply, visit to register.

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 Seniors can indulge in a tasty meal and friendly conversation during Community Table lunches at local restaurants. Guests gather at a long table, order from the menu, and pay their own bills on Tuesdays between 11:30am and 1:30pm. Up next: • Tue Feb 8 – Village Cheese Shop and Bistro (516 Station Ave; 310-0827) • Tue Feb 15 – Station House Restaurant (602 Station Ave; 547-5517) Enjoy a meal with your friends – or make some new ones – while supporting businesses in Haddon Heights this winter.

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 The Woman’s Club of Haddon Heights is looking to warm a few hearts and souls this February with its Soup and Sandwich Luncheon on Tue Feb 22. Stop by the First United Methodist Church, located at 7th and Garden Streets, between 11am and 2pm to enjoy hearty vegetable beef soup, hot ham and cheese sandwiches, beverages, and todie-for homemade desserts. Adults will dine for $7; children for $4. Tickets can be purchased at the Haddon Heights Public Library, from a club member, or at the door. Proceeds will benefit local charities. 546-5811

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 Registration materials are currently being accepted for the 2011-2012 academic year at St Rose of Lima School in Haddon Heights (300 Kings Hwy). Spaces are available for students in all grades. Note that kindergarten classes are filling up quickly. The Catholic school offers Shadow Days for prospective students, in grades 3 thru 8, who wish to experience a day at the school. The scheduled Shadow Days are: Thu Feb 24, Fri Mar 18, Fri Apr 8, and Fri May 13. If you would like to schedule a Shadow Day or arrange for a tour of the school, call the Advancement Office at 5466166 x130 or e-mail advancementvp@strosenj. com. On Sat Jan 29 from 7 to 11pm, the Athletic Association will hold a Beef and Beer at the school to kick-off Catholic Schools Week, which will run from Sun Jan 30 thru Sat Feb 5. On Sun Jan 30, St Rose of Lima Church will celebrate the official start of Catholic Schools Week during Masses at 8am, 9:30am, 11am, and 6:30pm. Join the celebration! For more information, call 546-6166 or visit For details about Catholic Schools Week, visit asp.

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Dear Friends, Happy 2011! I hope your holidays were wonderful and that you’re surviving the miserable winter weather of the recent weeks. Last year was a busy one for us with Therapy Dogs, Inc. Along with his girlfriend, Ellie, Copper participated in a program at Rutger’s for a Sociology course, outlining the use of therapy dogs in substance abuse counselling. Along with the CIT division of SJ Mental Health Association, we addressed two groups of police officers on the part that therapy dogs can play in domestic violence and crisis intervention situations. In December, we represented T.D.I. at the memorial service for Canine Officer Shultz, a member of the Gloucester Township Police Force, who was killed in action while apprehending a robbery suspect. Over 1,000 attended this very touching tribute. In the Spring, we were invited to the Mabel Kay Hospitality House, where we instructed the group on the origins of therapy dogs and Miss Ellie dazzled them with her repertoire of tricks. Speaking of Ellie, she and Janice are to be commended on her progression to Advanced Level of Canine Agility and her second place win in her first trial. Good job, Ellie! In June, we attended DVGRR’s “Golden Gala” in Reinhold, PA. This yearly event is a big fund raiser for this wonderful golden retriever rescue organization. A great time was had by 2-legged and 4-legged guests! Our yearly sabbatical in Cape May was highlighted by our participation in the “Mutt Strut,” an event that draws dog-lovers from all over and raises funds for local shelters and rescue organizations. Some new “Pals” in 2010 are: Pepper, Otis, Hailey, Taj, Chloe B., Sierra, Mabel, Sophia, Hank, Pépe, Lila, BC, Elsa, Mr. Tabby Face, Gigi, Bessie & Sadie, Joey & Brownie, Sami, Alex & Bixby, Zeke, Bella, Janek, Orso, Daisy & Rosie, Calvin & Daisy, Sam & Puzzle, Chewey & Oreo, Debbie, Phinias & Phinola, Axle, Crete, Biscuit, Phoebe Darla, Luke, Jiffy, Coco & Sophia and Chip. Caring for these wonderful creatures is a joy – and at times a challenge – but knowing that they are such an important part of your family and that we are entrusted with their care is such an honor. Thank you for your confidence and continued support. Joining Scamper at the Rainbow Bridge this year are: Rosie, Dutch, Digby, Fortitude, Nessie, Rudy, Midnight, Muffy, Lady, Oreo, Tyler, Sandy R., Imp, Philmore, Ozzie, Rosie Q., Ernie, Tanner, Murphy & Maggie D. To our 4-legged friends who in giving so much, made such a difference in our lives, we say thank you and we’ll see you again at The Bridge. I have been blessed to know scores of men and women who have lived every day of their lives with honor and integrity. It saddens me to see the difficulties they encounter and the ridicule to which they are sometimes subjected for their efforts. On the other hand, there are those who are a disgrace to the human race, who seem not only to survive and prosper and in some cases are diefied by everyone from the President, the Media and the masses. So to Michael Vick and all who worship at the altar of the NFL, some day you will face your Creator and be required to give a “play by play” on how you chose to live your game of life. Take heed because you see, in the end, that’s the ONLY score that really matters.

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 Keep up with the latest school district news by attending the monthly Board of Education meetings. The next meeting will be held on Tue Feb 8 at 7:30pm in the Seventh Avenue School Multi-Purpose Room.

Check out the scouts

 If you have sons, take the time to learn about scouting! The Boy Scout and Cub Scout units of Haddon Heights have much to be proud of this winter. More than 15 Boy Scouts from Troop 67 and 40 Cub Scouts from Pack 163 marched in the Haddon Heights Holiday Parade, collecting a record number of donations for local food banks as part of the national Scouting for Food Program. Over 100 food items were handed to the Scouts by parade-goers, surpassing a five-year record for donations. The donations are being used to re-stock southern New Jersey food banks, which have seen an increased demand over the past year. Haddon Heights Cub Scout Pack 163 welcomes boys in kindergarten through 5th grade to attend meetings on the fourth Friday of the month at First United Methodist Church of Haddon Heights, located at 7th Ave and Garden Street, at 7pm. In addition, weekly den meetings are held at various locations. For more information, e-mail Fred Rojek at Boy Scout Troop 67 of Haddon Heights is open boys ages 11 to 17. Generally, meetings are held on Thursdays at Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church, located at White Horse Pike and Green Street, at 7pm. Scout Troop 67 offers 12 weekend camping trips a year. In 11 years, 27 boys in Haddon Heights Troop 67 have attained the rank of Eagle Scout. The troop includes boys from Haddon Heights, Audubon, Collingswood, and other towns. For information, contact Kevin Teer at The Boy Scouts of America is currently celebrating its Centennial Year. Its mission is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling the values of the Scout Oath and Law – loyalty, courtesy, helpfulness, and bravery. To learn more, go to


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The Fortnightly is all heart

 Join members of the Haddon Fortnightly on Fri Feb 11, for a Valentine luncheon with musical entertainment. The lunch, catered by club member Janice Dobbs, will begin at 12:30pm at the Clubhouse (Grove Street and Kings Hwy, Haddonfield). Entertainment will be provided by pianist David Shockly and vocalist Eleanor Shockly. Proceeds will benefit club’s scholarship funds and support Vineland Veterans’ Home. Tickets cost $12; visitors are welcome. Call Anne Higbee at 751-9196 to reserve your seat.

Pull an all-nighter

 Practice your bump and perfect your spike because Haddonfield Memorial High School’s 19th annual Charity Volleyball Marathon is nearly here! The popular event will be held on Fri Feb 4 beginning at 8pm and end on Sat Feb 5 at 8am. Students must arrive ready for food, fun, music and – of course – volleyball. Proceeds will benefit various local charities. Each participating student is asked to raise at least $60 from friends, family, and neighbors. Contact Mindy Ignarri at for further information.

Hit the red carpet for Interfaith Caregivers

 Instead of its annual Taste of Winter event, Interfaith Caregivers is planning something a little different this year. In honor of its 20th anniversary, the Haddonfield non-profit is going all out with a Red Carpet Event on Thu Mar 31 at the Collingswood Grand Ballroom (315 White Horse Pike). The classy affair will be held from 7 to 11pm and will feature appetizers, a sit-down dinner, wine, beverages, and entertainment. The cost is $100 per person. Tickets: 354-0298.

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and during Toddlertime. (p. 11) • Warning: This annual event seems to get everyone in the mood ... for socializing with their friends and neighbors! Romantic seniors citizens, and seniors who just want a great excuse to socialize, will not want to miss the Leo Club’s Senior Citizen’s Valentine’s Day Party on Sun Feb 13 beginning at 12n at Tatem School. See page 10 for details.

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Arts at Grace continues

 As part of its Arts at Grace series, Haddonfield’s Grace Church will present a “Mid Winter Caberet” on Sun Feb 20 at 4pm in the Auditorium of the Parish House. The program will feature songs made famous on Broadway, by Hollywood, and the nightclub circuit. Music will be performed, in piano-lounge style, by many notable local musicians. Audience sing alongs will enhance the festive mood. Grace Church is located at 19 Kings Hwy E. For details, call 429-0007 or go to for information about the Arts at Grace series.

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Warm up at the library

 Attention bibliophiles: The Haddonfield Public Library has announced its February schedule. • The library offers free adult computer classes. “An Introduction to Using Microsoft Word,” will take place on Wed Feb 9, from 10:30 to 11:30am; and on Tue Feb 15, from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Students must have experience with the keyboard and mouse to attend these classes. Preregistration is necessary. Call 429-1304. • The library’s author series continues! On Tue Feb 15, at 7 pm, local writer and theatre columnist Toby Zinman will discuss Magical Realism. Zinman – who just returned from Central America – will examine the signature aesthetic style of Latin Caribbean fiction and film. The lecture will introduce Magical Realism and provide examples from some of its leading exponents: Gabriel Garcia-Marquez, Carlos Fuentes, Laura Esquivel, Julio Cortazar, and Isabel Allende. Zinman will provide recommendations for novels and movies which make use of this fascinating style. Toby Zinman is Professor of English at the University of the Arts and a theatre critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer. The Friends of the Library are co-sponsors of this free library event. Call 4291304 to reserve your space. • The Friends of the Library’s meeting will be Thu Feb 17, at 7 pm at the library. • The Library Board of Trustees’ monthly meeting will be held on Tue Feb 22, at 8am, in the library’s NJ Room. The public is welcome to attend. • Adult Book Club will meet on Mon Feb 28, at 7pm. The group will discuss Faith Club by Ranya Idliby. For more information, contact Anne Frontino at or call 4291304. Note: The library will be closed on Mon Feb 21 for President’s Day. For further information about library programs, go to

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 Those in the market for Valentine’s Dayinspired fun – and great gifts – need not look any further. Haddonfield’s annual Valentine extravaganza, “Love is in the Air,” will run Tue Feb 1 thru Mon Feb 14. Be sure to stop downtown for live entertainment, in-store promotions, and the Valentine’s Day Window Decorating Contest. Festivities will include: • The Partnership for Haddonfield’s annual Window Decorating Contest will take place from Tue Feb 1 thru Mon Feb 14. Shoppers are encouraged to vote for their favorite store window by filling out a ballot at a participating business. Voters will be eligible to win a Townwide Gift Certificate. • The Special Occasion Quartet will serenade shoppers with barbershop harmonies on Sat Feb 12 from 12:30 to 3:30pm. • Merchants all over town – from By Hand to Z’s Treasures – will offer great deals during the “Love is in the Air” promotion. Sweeten those deals by using Townwide Gift Certificates at local cash registers. Gift Certificates will be sold at the Information Center (2 King’s Court), at a 10percent discount, from Tue Feb 1 thru Mon Feb 14. For a list participating merchants, visit or call 216-7253.



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Get the 411 on insurance

 The Professional Committee of the Partnership for Haddonfield will host a program titled “Inquiring About Insurance” on Tue Feb 1 from 6 to 8pm at Tre Famiglia Ristorante, located at 403 Haddon Ave N, Haddonfield. Enjoy an evening of networking and hors d’oeuvres. The panel discussion will feature Douglas Sell, Jr. of Forensic Resolutions Inc; Henry “Skip” Bean, III of Henry D. Bean & Sons; James Pecka of Jim Pecka Insurance & Financial Services; and Robert Landrum, III of McLaughlin Asset Management, Inc.

Serving soup and hope

 Join members of the Haddonfield United Methodist Church’s Camden Soup Ministry as they prepare and serve dinner to those who are less fortunate. Volunteers are to meet in the church parking lot on Sun Jan 30 by 5:10pm so that carpools can be arranged. Volunteers usually return to Haddonfield around 7:30pm. Questions may be directed to Carole Mercer at 429-0403 or cmercer@

The Shakespeare Company’s at it again!

 Bard buffs rejoice! After recovering from last winter’s ambitious and highly successful production of Wars of the Roses – a three-part production that combined four of Shakespeare’s plays – the members of the Collingswood Shakespeare Company are working diligently to prepare for their Winter 2011 project, The Fall of Troy. Directed by Dr. Douglas Overtoom, the show will be presented in two parts in order to encompass the Trojan War and its aftermath. Part I will be Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida and Part II will be Greek playwright Euripides’ The Trojan Women. “Both of these shows have themes that are as relevant to today’s audiences as they were the first time they were performed, be it four hundred years ago or thousands of yeas ago. I’m sure the themes of love and loss, the questioning of faith and the mindless devastation of war is something that will still resonate with modern audiences,” said Overtoom. Performances will begin on Thu Feb 3. All performances will be held at Friends Meeting House (45 Friends Ave, Haddonfield). Audiences will be treated to the musical stylings of the Shakespeare Company’s house band, Antic Disposition, before the shows and during intermissions. Part I: Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida will be performed on Thu Feb 3, Fri Feb 11, and Fri Feb 18 at 8pm. It will be performed on Sundays, Feb 13 and Feb 20, at 7:30. Matinee performances will take place on Saturdays – Feb 5, Feb 12, and Feb 19 – at 3pm. Part II: Euripides’ The Trojan Women will be performed on Fri Feb 4, Sat Feb 5, Thu Feb 10, Sat Feb 12, Thu Feb 17, and Sat Feb 19 at 8pm. Matinee performances will take place on Sundays, Feb 13 and Feb 20, at 3pm. Tickets cost $15 and are available online at Tickets will also be available at the door. 609-221-2991

Love is timeless

 Celebrate Cupid’s favorite holiday at the Leo Club’s annual Senior Citizens’ Valentine’s Day Party. In cooperation with the Mabel Kay Senior Center, the Leo Club (a service organization for young people developed by the Lions Club) will host the annual event at Haddonfield’s Tatem School on Sun Feb 13 at 12n. The free event will include lunch and an opportunity to hobnob with members of the Leo Club. Ladies will be given roses. For more information or to reserve your space, call 354-8789.


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Library fun for little ones!

 Who’s your special Valentine?/Is it Dad or Mother?/Is it Grandma or your friend?/Your sister or your brother? The Children’s Department is all heart in February! • Spanish Storytime – for amigos ages three to six – will be offered on Tuesdays, Feb 1 and Feb 15, at 1:30pm. Register by calling 4291304. • Let your young singer-songwriter’s creativity soar! Sara O’Brien, the owner of Oaklyn’s Studio LuLoo, will offer a new program, “Read, Write, RockSONG,” at the library this winter. The program is open to kids ages six to twelve. It will take place on Fridays, Feb 4 thru Mar 11, from 3:30 to 5pm in the library meeting room. Attendees will write a song together, practice it, and then venture to a real studio to produce their own CD. The cost of this program is $25 which will cover the classes, studio use, and the creation of CD cover art or photography. Call 429-1304 or visit the library to sign up. • Preschool Storytime, for kids ages three to five, will be held on Tuesdays at 10:30am and Wednesdays at 1:30pm. Decorate heart-shaped cookies at Storytime on Feb 8 and Feb 9. • Toddlertime, for kids ages two and three, is held on Thursdays at 10:30am. Decorate heart-shaped cookies at Toddlertime on Feb 10. • The Rockabye Readers program, for babies ages nine to 24 months and their caretakers, will be held on Fridays thru Feb 18 at 10:30am. Register by calling 429-1304.

Mixed up?

 The Haddonfield Municipal Alliance will sponsor a presentation on the dangers of drug interaction at the Mabel Kay Senior Center on Fri Feb 4 at 1pm. A CVS pharmacist will present information and answer questions during the program. The Municipal Alliance’s mission is to promote a culture of wellness in Haddonfield by sponsoring and supporting activities and events that promote healthy behaviors, foster enlightened attitudes, warn of the perils of addiction, and condemn irresponsible practices. For more information, call Stephen Burns at 429-3960.

Soup’s on!

 The Women of the Baptist Church will serve up hearty portions of TLC on Fri Feb 4 when they hold their annual Vegetable Beef Soup Luncheon. The event will be held from 11am to 2pm at the Church. The $8 admission fee will cover a bowl of soup, rolls and butter, beverages, and homemade desserts. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Kids under 12 will be admitted for free. Proceeds will benefit the Church’s many ministries. For more information, call 4292326 or visit the church Web site at firstbaptisthaddonfield. org.



#493 • January 28 to February 11, 2011

What’s On the Market

A must-see documentary

 The Haddonfield Memorial High School PTA and the Haddonfield Municipal Alliance are teaming up to present a community screening of the hard-hitting education documentary Race to Nowhere on Thu Feb 10 at 7pm. See what happened when a concerned motherturned-filmmaker, Vicki Abeles, aimed her camera at American high schools. Race to Nowhere brings the heartbreaking stories of young people, in all types of communities, to the screen. The film is intended to give a voice to students who have been pushed to the brink, educators who are burned out, and parents who are trying to do what’s best for their kids. Race to Nowhere highlights the silent epidemics which leave many students unprepared and uninspired: cheating, stress-related illness, and depression. A six-month campaign to screen the film Race to Nowhere appears to be feeding a groundswell for change. Hundreds of theaters, schools, and organizations nationwide have already hosted community screenings. Race to Nowhere will be shown at the High School on Thu Feb 10 only. For more information about the film, and a list of other local screenings, visit or go to

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 The Haddonfield Garden Club will meet Tue Feb 8, at 12n, at the First Baptist Church of Haddonfield (124 E. Kings Hwy). Joe Kiefer, the owner of Triple Oaks Nursery and a member of the International Plant Propagator’s Society, will present “Plant Propagation: Techniques for Small Batches, Unusual Plants!” The meetings of the Haddonfield Garden Club are free and open to the public. For more information, call Jolyne Dalzell at 428-0745 or email



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 The Haddonfield/ Philadelphia Area Cochlear Implant Support Group will meet on Thu Feb 24 at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E) from 6 to 8:30pm. The group is open to those who have implants, those considering surgery, and support persons. The group will again welcome Dr. Matthew Bakke of Gallaudet University. An engaging speaker, Bakke will discuss adult aural rehabilitation. Bakke will also speak about the research under way at Gallaudet and George Washington University. As part of the program, Bakke will introduce the online Peer Mentor Training Program currently offered through Gallaudet. The training program may be of interest to those looking for a job or a career change. The New Jersey Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing will co-sponsor this event by providing Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART) and interpreters. Cochlear Implant Support Group meeting are always well-attended. Guests include parents of children who are cochlear implant recipients or candidates, adult bilateral and uni-lateral implant recipients, adult cochlear implant candidates, professionals, and friends and support people. E-mail cochlearimplant1@ if you plan to attend the meeting. Be sure to indicate if you would like to dine on pizza with the group and if you plan to bring a dessert, salad, or beverage. Donations benefit Grace Church. cochlearimplant1@



#493 • January 28 to February 11, 2011

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 Mark your calendars for the First Presbyterian Preschool’s Basket Bingo on Tue Feb 1 at 7pm at the Presbyterian Church. Prizes will include Longaberger Baskets and Vera Bradley Bags. Have a girls (or boys!) night out and reserve a table of ten for you and your friends. There will be 15 games with cards provided. Refreshments will be served. The cost is $20 per person. Make checks payable to: “Presbyterian Preschool, Bingo,” 20 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield. Indicate the number of tickets. For details, call the Preschool at 429-0609.

Wishes 101

 Stop by the next meeting of the Evening Membership Department of the Haddon Fortnightly, on Tue Feb 8, and learn how wishes come true! JoAnne LaPergola, Director of Development at the South Jersey of MakeA-Wish Foundation, is scheduled to speak. The meeting will start at 7:30 at the Clubhouse, located on the corner of Kings Hwy and Grove Street. Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has granted the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. With the help of generous donors and more than 25,000 volunteers, the Make-A-Wish Foundation currently grants a wish every 41 minutes, on average. The foundation is now the largest wish-granting charity in the world, with 67 chapters in the United States. Refreshments will be served following the meeting; visitors are always welcome. 428-0294


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 Take a journey back in time with the Haddonfield Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). The organization will hold its annual fundraiser and luncheon at Tavistock Country Club on Sat Jan 29. The event will feature a historical portrayal of Charles Willson Peale in a program titled “EyeWitness to History.” Auctions, unique raffles, a 50/50, and door prizes will complete the afternoon. Doors will open at 11:30am; lunch will be served at 12:30pm. There will be a cash bar. The cost is a $30 donation per person. Proceeds will benefit the DAR’s scholarships, school activities, and other special programs. The event is open to the public. Tickets may be purchased at the door. For more information, contact Diane Argraves at dargraves@solutions. or 609-8593712. To learn more about the organization, visit

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 Soccer balls, and catchers’ mits, and hockey sticks ... oh my! Haddonfield’s Phillip and Matthew Bhaya have been collecting all types of used sports equipment for over six years. The collected equipment is donated to various organizations serving less-fortunate youth in Camden. If you have any new or used equipment that you would like to donate, leave it on the front steps at 415 Euclid Ave, Haddonfield. Or, call 6160794 for speedy pick-up. Questions? E-mail

Rule the school

 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 3-year vacancies and one 1-year vacancy in the annual school election on Wed Apr 27. 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 Tue Mar 8 at 4pm. Prospective School Board candidates can obtain a “School Board Candidate Kit” online at 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 details, call the Board of Education Office at 429-7510 x212.


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#493 • January 28 to February 11, 2011

What’s On: Recurring Events & Activities ADULT ED


Al-Anon Every Tue 7:30p Every Thu 1:00p to 2:00p Presbyterian Church, Third Floor

Breakfast Networking Event 1st Fri 7:30a to 9:00a Jersey Java & Tea Partnership for Haddonfield, Professional Committee 216-7253

English Country Dancing 1st Tue 8:00p to 10:00p Friends Meeting House 429-9186

First Friday Arts Downtown 1st Fri 5:00p to 9:00p Apr thru Oct Retail District Partnership for Haddonfield 216-7253

Italian Conversation Group Beginners 1st Wed 7:30p to 9:00p Intermediate 1st Tue 7:30p to 9:00p Jersey Java & Tea 546-5878 Job Seekers’ Support Group Every Thu 8:15a to 10:15a Methodist Church, Sayre Pavilion 429-0403

COMMUNITY Farmers’ Market Every Sat 8:00a to 12:00n May thru Oct Presbyterian Church, Parking Lot Farmers’ Market Committee 3rd Mon 7:00p Information Center 616-8311 Grace’s Thrift Shop Every Sat 10:00a to 2:00p Grace Church 429-0007 Historical Society Every Wed 1:00p to 4:00p Every Thu 1:00p to 4:00p Every Fri 1:00p to 4:00p 1st Sun 1:00p to 4:00p 343 Kings Hwy E 429-7375

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

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

Singles’ Movie Night 1st Thu Call for times 3rd Thu Call for times The Ritz, Voorhees Single Movie Lovers 354-2018

Indian King Tavern Museum Every Sat 10:00a to 12:00n Every Sat 1:00p to 4:00p Every Sun 1:00p to 4:00p 233 Kings Hwy E 429-6792

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

Markeim Arts Center Every Tue 9:00a to 3:00p Every Wed 9:00a to 3:00p Every Thu 9:00a to 3:00p Every Fri 9:00a to 3:00p Every Sat 1:00p to 5:00p Every Sun 1:00p to 5:00p Lincoln Ave & Walnut Street 429-8585 Parks Conservancy 2nd Mon 7:30p Borough Hall, Room 201 429-7250

Toastmasters 1st Tue 7:00p 2nd Tue 7:00p 3rd Tue 7:00p Lutheran Church 866-0038

Post Office Weekdays 8:30a to 5:00p 25 Haddon Ave S 429-0246

WordArt 1st Wed 7:00p Public Library 665-5650

FITNESS For fitness activities for seniors, see “Seniors” Bowling Every Tue 9:15a to 11:30a (except Jul Aug) Cherry Hill Playdrome Tatem PTA 795-4285

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Group Training Run Every Tue 5:30a High School Track SJ Athletic Club Group Training Run Every Sun 7:30a Every Wed 6:30p Haddonfield Running Co SJ Athletic Club Jazzercise Every Mon 6:00p Every Wed 6:00p Every Thu 6:00p Lutheran Church 534-3367 Pilates (thru Mar 25) Every Wed 9:15a to 10:00a Every Fri 9:15a to 10:00a Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 Step Aerobics (thru Mar 25) Every Tue 9:15a to 9:45a Every Thu 9:15a to 9:45a Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641 Tai Chi Every Mon 9:30a to 11:00a Methodist Church 429-0403 Tone-Up (thru Mar 25) Every Mon 9:15a to 10:15a Every Tue 9:45a to 10:30a Every Thu 9:45a to 10:30a Presbyterian Preschool 428-6641

Preservation Haddonfield 2nd Mon 7:30p Mabel Kay Senior Center 287-4665 Republican Club 2nd Wed 7:30p Borough Hall, Auditorium 795-4045

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This calendar is a work in progress. New events and activities are being added each week. To submit details of recurring events and activities in Haddonfield, please e-mail Barbara Lynn:

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What’s On: Recurring Events & Activities KIDS & YOUTH Boy & Cub Scouts Pack 65 cancelled if no school Every Mon 7:30p Methodist Church 428-9678 Boy Scout Troop 64 Every Mon 7:30p to 9:00p (except Jul Aug) First Baptist Church 428-0901 Preschool Storytime Every Tue 10:30a Every Wed 1:30p Public Library 429-1304 Toddlertime Every Thu 10:30a Public Library 429-1304 Young Adults Choir Every Mon 6:30p to 8:00p Methodist Church

MOMS La Leche League 3rd Mon 7:30p Presbyterian Church 795-2092 2nd Wed 9:15a to 10:45a Mom to Mom Presbyterian Church 429-1960 MOMS Club 1st Thu 9:45a Call for location 354-2146 Mothers’ Group Every Thu 10:00a to 12:00n Lutheran Church 429-5122

MUNICIPAL Auxiliary Police 1st Thu 7:30p Borough Hall 429-4700 x240 Borough Hall Weekdays 8:30a to 4:30p 242 Kings Hwy E 429-4700 Environmental Commission 3rd Mon 7:30p Borough Hall 429-4700



Board of Education 2nd Thu 7:30p 4th Thu 7:30p High School, Library 429-4130

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

Tuesday Tours Every Tue 8:30a to 9:30a Friends School 429-6786

Bingo 2nd Tue 1:00p to 4:00p 4th Tue 1:00p to 4:00p Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789

Human Relations Commission 3rd Thu 7:30p (except Jul Aug) Borough Hall Information Center Daily 12:00n to 4:00p 2 Kings Court 216-7253 Mayor Colombi’s Open Door Every Wed 12:00n to 3:00p (except Jul Aug) Borough Hall, Room 102 429-4700 x208 Municipal Court Every Mon 9:00am Audubon Municipal Complex 606 W. Nicholson Road Audubon 547-0712 Partnership for Haddonfield 1st Wed 8:30a Borough Hall, Auditorium Planning Board 1st Tue 7:30p Borough Hall, Auditorium Public Library Weekdays 10:00a to 9:00p (except Fri) Every Fri 10:00a to 6:00p Every Sat 10:00a to 5:00p Every Sun 1:00p to 5:00p Haddon Avenue N at Tanner Senior Citizen Advisory Board 3rd Mon 8:00a (except Jul Dec) (except Jan Feb: see below) Mabel Kay Senior Center Senior Citizen Advisory Board 4th Mon 8:00a (Jan Feb only: see above) Mabel Kay Senior Center Shade Tree Commission 3rd Mon 8:00a Borough Hall, Auditorium Zoning Board 3rd Tue 7:30p Borough Hall, Auditorium

Spot an Errer?

This calendar is a work in progress. If you notice a mistake or typo, please e-mail Barbara Lynn: Thank you!

Bowling Every Fri 9:30a Call for location Retired Men’s Club 429-1290 Bridge/Card Games 1st Tue 12:30p to 4:00p 3rd Tue 12:30p to 4:00p Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789

SERVICE American Legion 2nd Mon 7:30p Post 38, Veterans Lane 429-5414 Artisans Order of Mutual Protection: Haddon Assembly #12 3rd Wed 12:00n (except Jul Aug) Baptist Church 461-8619 Haddon Fortnightly 4th Fri 1:00p Fortnightly Clubhouse Haddon Fortnightly EMD (Evening Membership Department) 2nd Tue 7:30p Fortnightly Clubhouse

Cardio Fun Every Mon 11:30a Tarditi Commons 354-8789

Junior Women’s Club 2nd Mon 8:00p (except Jun Jul Aug) Fortnightly Clubhouse 428-7551

Chair Tai Chi Every Thu 11:30a Tarditi Commons Senior Citizen Board 354-8789

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

Computer Club 3rd Wed 10:00a Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789

Lions Club 1st Thu 6:15p 3rd Thu 6:15p Tavistock Country Club 428-2363

Fitness Class Every Tue 10:00a Presbyterian Church Choir Room Senior Ministry 429-1960

Newcomers Club 1st Wed 7:30p (except Jun Jul Aug) Baptist Church 428-1841

Fun & Fitness for 55-Plus Every Tue 11:00a to 12:00n Every Fri 11:30a to 12:30p Methodist Church 330-4772 Golf Every Wed 8:00a (thru mid-Nov) Call for location Retired Men’s Club Line Dancing Every Wed 1:30p to 3:00p Tarditi Commons Senior Citizen Board 354-8789

SPIRITUAL For regular church services, see Community Directory Children’s Church 3rd Wed 6:00p to 6:30p Lutheran Church 429-5122 LOGOS Camp Every Wed 4:30p to 7:30p First Baptist Church 429-2326 Moms in Touch 2nd Thu 9:00a to 10:00a Covenant Presbyterian Church, Cherry Hill 216-1392 Praise & Prayer Gathering 1st Fri 7:00p 3rd Fri 7:00p First Baptist Church 429-2326 Saturday Night Alive Worship Every Sat 5:00p Lutheran Church 429-5122

Rising Sun Lodge No. 15 F&AM 1st Wed 7:30p (except Jul Aug Dec) Masonic Temple Rotary Club Every Wed 12:15p to 1:30p Tavistock Country Club 795-7976 Y’s Men’s Club 2nd Thu 7:00p Call for location 428-2363

Lite Aerobics Every Tue 1:00p Tarditi Commons 354-8789 Lunch/Snacks & More Every Fri 12:30p to 3:00p (except last Fri, see below) Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 Lunch/Snacks & More (Healthy Lunch Program) Last Fri 12:30p to 3:00p Mabel Kay Senior Center 354-8789 Pinochle Every Wed 12:30p 65 Club 429-4688 Retired Men’s Club Every Thu 1:30p 65 Club (110 Rhoads Ave)



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Get lucky with House Tour 2011: Does your organization the 65 Club have what it takes?

 The Haddonfield 65 Club is hittin’ the road again! This time the club is sponsoring a trip to Atlantic City’s Resorts Casino on Wed Mar 23. The cost is $32 per person which will cover a buffet, $5 in casino coin, and a ticket to see The Golden ’20’s. Hint: If you like the hit TV show Boardwalk Empire, then you’ll love the musical The Golden ’20’s at Resorts Casino. The bus will leave from the Wedgewood Swim Club Parking Lot at 10am and return by 6:30pm. Contact Dick Gamigliano at 4291290 or Jack Aharon at 429-7271 to make reservations. Checks payable to the Haddonfield 65 Club must be received by Tue Feb 15. The Haddonfield 65 Club is made up of retired men, of various ages, who joined the Club while living in Haddonfield. Since joining, some members have moved out of town but still return to the Club House (110 Rhoads Ave) on Thursdays at 1:30pm for meetings. Meetings often feature guest speakers who discuss topics like healthcare, travel, sports, current events, and history. Other weekly activities include card playing, golf, and bowling. Two annual luncheons are held at Tavistock Country Club, and bus trips are sponsored each year. The 65 Club is involved in civic affairs such as the 4th of July Parade and Adopt-aSpot at Crows Woods. The Club also grants an annual award to a graduating student from the High School. To learn more, e-mail jackaharon@verizon. net.

 Here’s an opportunity for a Haddonfield-based non-profit organization to improve its cash flow and visibility. Applications are currently being accepted for town organizations looking to become the beneficiary of the 2011 Holiday House Tour. In the past, nonprofit town entities, such as Interfaith Caregivers and the Haddon Fortnightly, have made up to $20,000 from the annual house tour. Becoming the beneficiary of this event requires that the organization provide a planning committee and at least 100 volunteers to insure that the tour runs smoothly. Applications are due Fri Feb 18. For further details and applications, call Arlene Fiorilli at 216-7253.

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Patricia Finch (nee O’Brien), a resident of Haddonfield, died on January 16, 2011, aged 89. She was the wife of Dr. Stuart Finch.

Dorothy O’Donnell, a resident of Villas, formerly of Haddonfield, died on January 16, 2011, aged 90. She was the widow of Hugh O’Donnell, Sr. Haddonfield relatives include a son, Gary O’Donnell (Virginia).

John Ruth

John W. Ruth, a resident of Haddonfield, died on January 18, 2011, aged 81. Haddonfield relatives include a daughter, Wendy Cowan (Charles). He served for many years as an officer Philip Gallagher of the First Presbyterian Church of Philip W. Gallagher, a resident of Haddonfield and was a member of the Cecilton MD, died on January 11, Haddonfield 65 Club. 2011, aged 74. He was the husband Alice R. Frederick Salter Gallagher. Haddonfield relatives Frederick Allen Salter, a resident include a brother, David Gallagher. of Ontario Canada, died on January 13, 2011. Marcella Heffernan He was the husband of Waveney Marcella Heffernan, of Middlesex, Salter. Haddonfield relatives include a died on December 20, 2010, aged sister-in-law, Anna Salter. 94. She was the widow of William P. Carolina Simonini-Musler Heffernan. Haddon Heights relatives Carolina V. Simonini-Musler, a include a daughter, Elizabeth Gleason resident of San Marcos CA, died on (Daniel); and a grandson, Evan January 12, 2011, aged 82. Gleason. Haddonfield relatives include Haddonfield relatives include a a grandson, Sean Gleason. nephew, Michael Simonini.

Mary Kangian

Mary Kangian (nee Sarkisian), a resident of Cherry Hill, died on January 10, 2011. She was the wife of George Kangian. Haddonfield relatives include a daughter, Marsha Marshall (Robert), and a granddaughter, Alexandra Marshall.

Ellen Keck

Ellen Keck (nee Ayers), a resident of Dallas PA and Bonita Springs FL, formerly a long-time resident of Haddonfield, died on January 10, 2011, aged 94. She was the widow of H. Robert Keck. She was a long- time member of the Lutheran Church of Our Savior.

Michael Leone

Michael J. Leone, a resident of Lindenwold, died on January 10, 2011, aged 89. He was the husband of Edna Leone. Haddonfield relatives include a daughter, Arleen Buttil (Michael).

Marjorie Souder

Marjorie Mae Souder (nee Goldsmith), a resident of Collingswood Manor, formerly a long-time resident of Haddonfield, died on January 9, 2011, aged 89. She was the widow of Nelson W. Souder. She was a member of the Haddon Fortnightly, the First Presbyterian Church, and Tavistock Country Club.

Mildred Stow

Mildred “Sis” Stow (nee Metzler), a resident of Collingswood, formerly a longtime resident of Haddonfield, died on January 17, 2011, aged 84. She was the widow of the late Paul Markley Stow.

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Nancy Thompson (nee Butler), of Atlanta GA, formerly of Haddonfield, died on January 14, 2011, aged 43. Ms Thompson is survived by her parents, Frances Butler of Mt Laurel and John Butler of Toms River, both formerly of Haddonfield. She is also Mary Ludlam survived by her former husband, Edd Mary L. Ludlam (nee Weiskopff), Thompson. a resident of Runnemede, died on Theodore Verlander January 20, 2011, aged 79. Theodore “Ted” A. Verlander, Jr., a She was the widow of Ernest “Red” Ludlam. She was a member resident of Haddon Township, formerly of the Order of the Eastern Star in of Haddonfield, died on January 13, 2011, aged 93. Haddonfield. He was the widower of Margaret S. Verlander. He was a long-time member Joan McLaughlin Joan S. McLaughlin (nee Van of the Haddonfield United Methodist Wickle), a resident of Sparta, died on Church; he was a member of the church’s Frank Baxter Bible Class. January 8, 2011. She was the wife of Kevin McLaughlin. Haddonfield relatives Marion Young Marion J. Young (nee Johnson), include a sister, Karen Reeves. a resident of Haddonfield, died on January 14, 2011, aged 78. Angela Miller Angela K. Miller, a resident of She was the wife of William Voorhees, died on January 7, 2010, Young. aged 22. She was the wife of Algirdas Macerinskas. Haddonfield relatives include a brother, David J. Miller (Jacquie).


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Judith Marie Bean (nee Hubbs), a resident of Haddonfield and Bonita Springs FL, died on January 20, 2011, aged 75. She was the wife of Henry “Sandy” Bean Jr. Haddonfield survivors include a son, Henry “Skip” Bean III .

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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, Pastor Rev. Erin Phillips, Asst Pastor Sun 11am; Adult Sun School 9:30am; Children’s Sermon and Sun School 11am. Nursery care. 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


Christ the King Church 200 Windsor Ave 429-1600 Msngr. William P. Brennan Sun 7:30am; 9:00am; 11:00am Mon thru Fri 8am; Sat 8am, 5pm

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


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; Sun School 10:30am


Haddonfield United Methodist Church 29 Warwick Rd 429-0403 Rev. George Morris Sun 8:30am (Brown Chapel); 9:30am (contemporary/Main Sanctuary); 11:00am (traditional/Main Sanctuary); Sat 5pm (Brown Chapel)


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


Haddonfield Friends Meeting Lake St and Friends Ave Drew Biehl, Clerk 428-6242 Sun 10am

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Clubs and organizations 65 Club George Passes 428-8372 Adult School Mary Nosek 428-4433 SJ Airport Noise Abatement CoalitionMicheal Bonnette 357-5083 Alumni Society Doug Oswald 428-1458 Ambulance Association Kevin MacDonald 427-6123 American Field Service Marie Steeb 795-1915 American Legion Post 38 Steven Pecorelli 220-1861 Artisans Order of Mutual Protection James Van Ostrand 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 Jim Pecka 354-6384 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 Bill Tourtellotte 609-707-1252 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 Margaret Hunt 428-9717 Mignon Matthews 627-0074 Deborah Advancement Alliance Terry Sakas 616-7053 Democratic Club Ben Parvey 479-9095 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 Maureen Eyles 429-4700 x300 Friends of Bancroft Debra Connor 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 Carolyn Dellorco 354-1106 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 Stacy Shaw 310-0045 Haddon Fortnightly Mary Ellen Middleton 428-8742 Evening Membership Dept Christine Novak 428-0294 Junior Women’s Club Tara Benstead 609-560-6999 Haddon Grange 38 Andrea Jennett 629-6876 Haddonfield Chapter #140 Order of the Eastern Star Paula Brining 464-0650 Haddonfield Child Care Denise Sellers 429-1603 Haddonfield Foundation John Connell 354-3074 Haddonfield Japan Exchange Bill Brown 429-4368 HATCH (Dinosaur Committee) Brandinelli-Quanci 857-1567 Lee Albright 354-9761 Historical Society Lee Albright 354-9761 Hometown Opportunities for the Mentally Handicapped Bonnie Crosby 663-0075 Human Relations Commission Carl Maugeri 429-4700 X335 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 Bob Turner 220-6424 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 Carol Hendrix 986-5922 Newcomers Club Betsy Palmateer 229-9761 Dana Mower 229-7148 Parks Conservancy Jamie Horwitz Fram 428-6291 P.E.O. (Promoting Educational Opportunities for Women) Daytime Membership Andrea Rizzuto 354-0570 Evening Membership Debbie Beres 216-0186 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 Arnold Olt 428-1074 Society of the Visual Arts Lisa Brandinelli-Quanci 857-1567 TAPS (Traffic and Pedestrian Safety) Norman Hinsey 216-1626 Tennis Association Pat Bender 795-3298 Toastmasters International Rosario Licciardello 866-0038 Y’s Men’s Club Jamie Coker 609-923-9016


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Borough Hall 242 Kings Highway E PO Box 3005, Haddonfield NJ 08033 General Information Anne Frey 429-4700 x 225 Administrator Sharon McCullough 429-4700 x 215 Clean Communities Officer Lynn McCabe 429-4700 x 315 Community Development Steve Walko 429-4700 x 209 Crows Woods Coordinator Ed Poynton 428-6547 Clerk Deanna Speck 429-4700 x 204 Construction Office Jackie Mann 429-4700 x 210 Historic District Information Lisa Soderberg 429-4700 x 209 Information Center Arlene Fiorilli 216-7253 2 Kings Court Mabel Kay Senior Center Dory Mann 354-8789 Walnut Street (next to Acme Parking Lot) Municipal Alliance Noreen Duffey 429-4700 x 257 Municipal Court Susan Lewis 429-4700 x 214 Parking Fines Susan Lewis 429-4700 x 214 Partnership for Haddonfield Lisa Hurd 429-4700 x 326 Personnel Sharon McCullough 429-4700 x 215 Pet Licenses Anne Frey 429-4700 x 225 Planning Steve Walko 429-4700 x 224 Police Auxiliary Timothy Chase 609-320-6257 Public Library Susan Briant 429-1304 Intersection of Haddon Street N and Tanner Street Public Works David Watson 429-0183 Centre Street (at Scout Field) Senior Citizen Coordinator Dory Mann 354-8789 Sign Applications Joe Waters 429-4700 x 228 Tax Assessor Tom Colavecchio 429-4700 x 227 Tax Collector/Finance Terry Henry 429-4700 x 205 Traffic Tickets Susan Lewis 429-4700 x 214 Recycling David Watson 429-0183 x 123 Trash Casworth 848-3505 Vital Statistics Susan McFadden 429-4700 x 207 Water and Sewer Joe Keating 429-0183 x 122 Water and Sewer Payments Megan Giordano 429-4700 x 206 Yard Sale Permits Anne Frey 429-4700 x 225 Zoning Joe Waters 429-4700 x 228

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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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