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Scrooge is all the rage at Plays & Players  Haddonfield’s Plays and Players’ stage is being transformed into an old-time London street scene for Scrooge: The Musical. An adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Scrooge: The Musical will bring audiences back to mid-19th century London with a slew of time-honored characters. Over the years, Ebenezer Scrooge has developed a love for wealth and a disdain for Christmas cheer. Watch what happens when this cold-hearted businessman receives visits from three spirits on Christmas Eve. With the help of these spirits – and a few newly discovered friends – will Scrooge finally learn to enjoy Christmas? A preview performance will be held on Thu Dec 1 at 7:30pm ($12). Performances will be held on Friday and Saturday evenings, thru Sat Dec 17, at 8pm.

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 Could you use some inspiration when it comes to holiday decorating? The annual Haddon Heights Holiday House Tour will be held on Fri Dec 2. This year’s theme is “All Through the House.” Turn to page 10 for a list of ticket outlets. Proceeds from this time-honored event will benefit the Haddon Heights Public Library.


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matinees will take place on Sundays Dec 4, Dec 11, and Dec 18 at 2pm. Tickets cost $20 each at or by calling 429-8139. Plays & Players is located in the Crows Woods Recreational Complex.

Celebration and charity

 The First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield is greeting the holiday season with a busy schedule: • The church’s Mission Committee will collect double-bagged turkeys for donation to Camden’s Your Food Shelf on Sun Nov 20, from 9am to 12n, in the church parking lot. Cash donations will also be accepted. For further information, call Margot at 429-7561. • A single, celebratory worship service will be held on Sun Nov 20, at 11am, in the Sanctuary. In honor of the church’s anniversary, the Oratorio Choir and musicians will present Mozart’s Coronation Mass. The Coronation Mass was written in 1779, when Mozart was 23 years old. One of his most popular choral works, it was performed for the coronations of Leopold II of Prague and his successor, Francis I. • The church’s 2011 Advent Festival will be held on Sun Nov 27, from 5 to 7pm, in Fellowship Hall. All are welcome. Guests will enjoy cookies, crafts, carols, and more! Soup and beverages will be provided. Bring a simple dessert to share. 429-1960

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 McNelis & Sherry Fine Jewelers – located at The Shops at 116, on Kings Hwy in Haddonfiel – is bringing businesses, community, and customers together during its eighth annual Great Tastes & Cool Jewels fundraiser. The fundraiser will benefit mental health programs sponsored by UnderwoodMemorial Hospital, Virtua Health, the CARES Institute, Cooper Hospital, University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey – School of Osteopathic Medicine, Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Kennedy Health System, and the Mental Health Association of Southwestern New Jersey. According to Judith McNelis, the beneficiaries have received over $85,000 in the last seven years as a result of the annual fundraiser. It’s not too late to get in on the action! McNelis & Sherry’s week-long shop-till-youdrop extravaganza will run thru Sun Nov 20. Shoppers will save 10percent on purchases and five-percent of the purchase will be donated to fundraiser’s beneficiaries. Ticket donations for Chinese auction items will be accepted at McNelis & Sherry thru Sat Nov 26. Auction prizes include gift certificates to retail, beauty, and restaurant sponsors; jewels from McNelis & Sherry’s signature collections including Lagos, Links of London, Toy Watch, and Honora; and a $500 McNelis & Sherry shopping spree. Drawing winners will be contacted. For a list of supporting businesses, visit mcnelisandsherry. com/events.htm. For details, call 354-0083.

Go medieval with the MasterChorale

 The MasterChorale’s Ye Olde Madrigal Feast Dinner and Entertainment program will be held on Thu Dec 1, Fri Dec 2, and Sat Dec 3 at the Haddonfield United Methodist Church (29 Warwick Road). Each evening, the New Jersey MasterRecorders will begin playing at 6:15pm, seating will begin at 6:45pm, and the performance will begin at 7:15pm. For tickets – $40 each for the Thursday and Friday shows; $45 each for the Saturday show – call Fred Astmann at 424-3820. Seating is limited.

Seniors take the stage

 Girls Again Production, a musical by senior citizens for senior citizens, will be presented on Fri Dec 2, from at 12n to 2pm, at the Mabel Kay Senior Center (24 Walnut Street, Haddonfield). Refreshments will be served. 354-8789


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• Haddonfield resident – and owner of Collingswood’s Arts Plus Gallery – SAM CARUSO, replied, “Our favorite family holiday tradition is not really during the holiday! We enjoy taking a spring break vacation each year to the islands. Our island of choice is Grace Bay at Turks and Caicos.”

Make Haddonfield Plays and Players part of your family’s holiday routine. This December, Plays and Players will present Scrooge: The Musical.

Tell us about your family’s favorite holiday tradition.

• MITCH SPECTOR is no Scrooge! The owner of Violins and Guitars by Mitchell in Haddonfield revealed that each year he joins forces with his brothers and sisters to make his parents’ holiday merry. “We enjoy shopping for things to put in our parents’ stockings,” he said. • Haddon Heights’ JENNIFER and NANCY GIORDANO are pictured strolling Haddon Ave with two-year-old GIANNA and fiveyear-old ROBERT. Jennifer reported, “Each year, we dress up in our Christmas pajamas and go to Nancy’s house on Christmas morning.”

• BRIAN PEEKE is a server at Collingswood’s Pop Shop as well as the choreographer for Haddonfield Plays & Players recent rendition of Jesus Christ Superstar. He revealed, “My family gets together before each holiday to watch the corresponding Peanuts special.” (You may recognize Brian from Plays and Player’s production of Seussical the Musical – He starred as The Cat in the Hat!)

• Haddonfield’s SCOTT KEGLER is pictured enjoying a heated soccer game with his daughter GRACE, a fourth grader at Elizabeth Haddon Elementary School. Scott’s favorite tradition is his family’s secret Santa gift exchange. “... We all draw numbers to see who goes first. The first person picks a gift and unwraps it. The second person can either take the first person’s gift, or pick a new wrapped gift. We continue for over twenty family members. It always gets us laughing.”

• Welcome Przybylski Family! TERESA and ANNA PRZYBYLSKI recently moved to Haddonfield from Philadelphia. Teresa loves “baking cookies at Christmas time.” Anna, a preschooler, enjoys decorating the Christmas tree with her family.


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Make shopping Bells will ring for Christmas at history First Baptist Church  The Historical Society of Haddonfield will present its inaugural Holiday Shop on Fri Dec 2, from 11am to 8:30pm. Stop by Greenfield Hall (343 Kings Hwy E) and enjoy one-stop holiday shopping in support of the Historical Society. (Note: Purchases may be made by cash or check only). The Holiday Shop will be held instead of the Society’s traditional Holly Festival. An array of specialty vendors and artists from across South Jersey will be featured. Shoppers can look forward to: • Unique designer jewelry by JMG Creations and Elizabeth A Design. • Individually designed ladies’ storage cases and handbags by Joyce Lacy. • Watercolor scenes of South Jersey and Philadelphia by local artist Christine Donahue. • Gourmet preserves from Carol Malcarney and Barbara Hilgen. • Creative handknit and hand-woven women’s and children’s items as well as personalized receiving blankets by Heart Felt and Dianne Snodgrass. • Men’s watches, house gifts, and women’s clothing from Aenigma. • The Broom Squire will provide demonstrations and sell and hand-crafted brooms and whisks. For more information about this event, call 429-7375 or e-mail info@ For more information about the Historical Society, visit

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 The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield (124 Kings Hwy E), will host the Philadelphia Handbell Ensemble in concert on Sun Dec 18 at 4pm. The Philadelphia Handbell Ensemble is comprised of auditioned, advanced-level handbell ringers from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. The ensemble presents a wide array of musical styles and moods with a repertoire which includes original compositions, arrangements, and transcriptions of the classics. A candlelight reception will follow the performance. For further information, call 429-2326 or visit Free-will donations will be accepted.

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 Add some excitement to your Thanksgiving. Watch the Haddonfield Bulldawgs face the Haddon Heights Garnets on Thu Nov 24 at 11am. Game location: Haddon Heights High School (301 Second Ave, Haddon Heights).


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 Thu Dec 8 will be a bustling day in the borough! From 10am to 4pm and 5pm to 9pm, Haddonfield’s annual Holiday House Tour will dominate the streetscape. Proceeds from this year’s Holiday House Tour will benefit local students and the general community through “Lights, Camera, Action,” a non-profit initiative to replace the sound system, lighting, and stage curtains in the auditorium at Haddonfield Memorial High School. This year, guests will have an opportunity to tour five distinctive homes, each dressed to the nines for the holiday season. Each home reflects the homeowners’ unique style. You will be hard pressed to pick a favorite. The festive fun won’t be limited to touring  Brandywine Senior Living’s celebrity chef, beautiful homes. The Indian King Tavern (233 Mrs Bailey, is at it again! Kings Hwy E) will be decorated in holiday style this season. Be sure to stop by during tour Place your order for baked goods before the hours. The Markeim Art Center (Lincoln Ave at Walnut Street) will also be open from 12n to 9pm. big rush. Mrs Bailey is Visitors will enjoy complimentary refreshments offering a wide selecwhile perusing the art center’s Holiday Cottage tion of sweet treats Craft Show. Accent Studio, located 123 Kings for your Thanksgiving Hwy E, will also welcome those on the tour. table. Choices include her famous apple cake, Stop by between 10am to 9pm. The studio’s Commemorative Friendship Balls make the an assortment of pies, perfect Holiday House Tour keepsake. Accent cakes, various breads, Studio will donate a portion of the proceeds from fruit strudels (apple, the Friendship Balls to Lights, Camera, Action. cherry, and peach), Tickets – $15 in advance and $20 on the day of apple dumplings, and the tour – may be purchased at the Haddonfield cookies sold by the Information Center, located 2 Kings Court. Tickets dozen. can also be purchased online at For a detailed list or For more information, call 216-7253. to place an order, call Past recipients of Holiday House Tour funds 429-5500. Orders will be taken until Tue Nov include the Haddonfield Historical Society, 22 at 1pm. Brandywine HATCH, Markeim Arts Center, Haddon Fortnightly, Senior Living, formerly Interfaith Caregivers, the Historical Society, and the Haddonfield Home, Friends of the Library. The Information Center will be open from 10am is located at 132 Warto 8pm on Dec 8. A restroom will be available. wick Road.

 The Chabad Lubavitch of Camden and Burlington Counties invites the entire community to celebrate Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, during the seventh annual Public Menorah Lighting on Thu Dec 22. The ceremony will take place at Library Point in Haddonfield (60 Haddon Ave N) at 6pm. Hanukkah celebrates the miracle of persistent faith. By keeping a fire going, despite the adversities of daily life (ranging from war to the pettiest of problems), faith-based perseverances is rewarded by the brilliant miracle of continuous light. Public officials and community leaders are invited to attend the ceremony and will be asked to assist in kindling the giant Menorah. A program featuring music, latkes, donuts, chocolate Hanukkah Gelt for children, dreidels, and family fun will follow. 874-1500;



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 Representatives from the Downtowners Fancy Brigade will venture to Haddonfield on Fri Dec 16 to strut with the members of the Haddon Fortnightly during the club’s regular meeting. The meeting will begin at 1pm at the clubhouse (on the corner of Kings Hwy and Grove Street). Members of the award-winning Downtowners – which was established in 1959 – will shed some light on Mummers culture. Learn how the Fancy Brigades, the string bands, and Comic Division come together each year to make the Mummers’ Parade a unique experience. Members will discuss the selection of themes and the crafting of costumes (... and the cost of their fancy duds). Club members and guests will join the exquisitely costumed Downtowners in a Mummers strut following the discussion. The meeting on Dec 16 will also serve as Guest Day. Visitors from other organizations in the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs will join in the fun. For more information, call Mary Ellen, 428-8742. As always, visitors are encouraged to attend.

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Put the Haddonfield Foundation at the top of your gift list  The Haddonfield Foundation is seeking contributions to help fund grassroots efforts to improve life in the community. Since its creation more than 26 years ago, the Foundation has funded something for everyone: childcare, playgrounds, Little League, Interfaith Caregivers, Mabel Kay Senior Center, the Public Library, the Historical Society, the annual Crafts & Fine Art Festival, the Hadrosaurus sculpture, and more. Help the Haddonfield Foundation continue its tradition of seeding new initiatives. Contributions are fully tax-deductible and 100 percent of your donation will stay in town. Send checks to: The Haddonfield Foundation, PO Box 555, Haddonfield.

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 During the fall months, the Haddonfield Public Library – located at 60 Haddon Ave N – is open Monday thru Thursday, 10 am to 9 pm; Fridays, 10 am to 6pm; Saturdays, 10am to 5pm; and on Sundays, 1 to 5pm. The library will be closed on Thanksgiving, Thu Nov 24. The following programs and meetings may be of interest to adult patrons: • The Adult Book Group will meet on Mon Nov 21, at 7pm, to discuss Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë. Stop in and discuss a classic – no need to register. After the holidays, the group will reconvene on Mon Jan 16, at 7 pm, to discuss Becoming Marie Antoinette by Juliet Grey. • The Library Board of Trusties will meet on Tue Nov 22, at 8am, in the library’s New Jersey Room. • On Wed Dec 7, at 7pm, local author Robert Strauss will discuss his book Daddy’s Little Goalie. Strauss will present poignant and humorous anecdotes about the father-daughter sporting dynamic based on his experiences with his daughters, Ella and Sylvia. Strauss will discuss the role of the father-daughter relationship in sports and in life. A question and answer session will follow. Strauss is an adjunct professor of writing in the English department at the University of Pennsylvania. He has been a staffer at Sports Illustrated and has written extensively for the New York Times. Autographed copies of Daddy’s Little Goalie will be sold. Call 429-1304 to register for this free program, which is being co-sponsored by the Haddonfield Friends of the Library. • Learn languages using your library card and your computer. The library subscribes to the Byki Online Library Edition, a new language system which employs spaced-interval repetition for enhanced learning. Byki (“Before You Know It”) can teach over 70 languages. For details, visit

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 Ensure your spot on Santa’s nice list by helping others this holiday season. The Lutheran Church of Our Savior (204 Wayne Ave, Haddonfield) will host an Advent Giving Tree to benefit the less fortunate this holiday season. The tree will warm the Church’s Narthex beginning on Sun Nov 20. Participants can simply take a tag from the tree, sign the participants’ sheet, purchase the item on the tag (limit $25), and return the wrapped gift with the tag attached by Sun Dec 18. Monetary gifts will also be accepted. Giving Tree tags will be available on Sundays thru Dec 11. The Giving Tree will benefit My Father’s House, Urban Promise, Caring Hearts, Haddonfield and Collingswood schools, and families served by the Lutheran Church’s Food Pantry. For more information or to assist with the program, call Larry Friant at 429-8018.

It’s ChildrenSong’s busy season

› Based in Haddonfield, ChildrenSong of New Jersey draws talented young singers from all over the South Jersey region. This year, the ensemble has been invited to sing at New York’s Carnegie Hall on Fri Dec 2 as part of The American Christmas Carol Concert benefitting the St. Jude Medical Foundation. The choir will perform “Do You Hear What I Hear” with Caroline Jones, a rising singer/songwriter. The choir will also perform an arrangement of “Jingle Bells” with Darlene Love, a recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. On their own, the chorus will perform “Carol of the Bells.” ChildrenSong will perform locally on Sun Dec 4, at 3pm, at the First Presbyterian Church (20 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield). The concert, titled “Blessings and Yuletide,” will include a rendition of Handel’s “The Messiah,” “Once in Royal David’s City,” and “Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day.” The concert will also feature New York-based singer/songwriter Caroline Jones. Jones will sing her own arrangements of holiday favorites with the ChildrenSong singers. Tickets cost $20 for adults and $15 for seniors and students (children under 12 will be admitted for free). For tickets, visit or call 216-1140. ChildrenSong, conducted by Polly Murray, is currently in its twelfth season. Nearly 100 participants – ages eight to 17 – from Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties, rehearse at Haddonfield Middle School on Monday evenings. For more information about ChildrenSong’s schedule – or to audition, visit or call 216-1140.

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 Let Grace Episcopal Church’s Arts at Grace series warm your holiday season. • On Sat Nov 19, Diana Elliott, an active eastcost harpist, will return to Grace Church in Haddonfield for the second concert of the 20112012 season. Elliott is a graduate of the Temple University’s Boyer College of Music. She has a master’s degree in harp performance. The concert will begin at 7pm. It will be followed by a Meet the Artist Reception, complete with wine and cheese, in the auditorium. Tickets cost $15 for preferred seating and $10 for general admission seating. Ticket information: 429-0007. • On Sat Dec 3, the Grace Choir and Youth Choirs will present “A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols: A Christmas Celebration.â€? Guests will be treated to familiar carols. This festive concert will be well-suited to families with children. The concert will begin at 7pm. Tickets cost $15 (children 12 and under will be admitted for free). The concert will be followed by a wine and cheese reception in the auditorium. For ticket information, and order forms, visit gracehaddon. org and download an Arts at Grace brochure. Grace Church is located at 19 Kings Hwy E in Haddonfield.

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A group photography exhibition, titled “Eye of the Beholder,â€? will be presented the Markeim Arts Center (104 Walnut Street, Haddonfield) from Tue Jan 31 thru Sat Feb 25. The exhibition will be curated by Norm Hinsey, who will select works to be included in the show. Photographers are encouraged to submit images by e-mail to the curator directly (norm@ prior to Mon Jan 13. Framed photographs entered for consideration can be dropped off at the Markeim during January. “Eye of the Beholderâ€? will explore the nature of beauty in photography. Images should be those that each photographer considers to be their most beautiful. Submit your original photography or photo-based work not previously exhibited at Markeim. Photos may be black and white or color. Accepted photographs must be matted, framed, ready to hang, and weigh no more than 30 pounds. All work should be offered for sale. Artists may submit up to 5 digital images for free. There will be a $15 fee for those that are accepted. Artist who bring their framed work to the gallery for consideration will be charge $15 for each piece, but there will be no charge for accepted work. Markeim members will not be charged for submitting works or having them accepted. An opening reception will be held on Fri Feb 3, from 6:30 to 8:30pm. For membership information and information about other upcoming exhibits and programs, visit or call 429-8585 Norm Hinsey is a photographer as well as the director of New York’s Creon Gallery. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States. He has curated several shows at Markeim Arts Center.; 646-265-5508

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The Madrigals kick it Renaissance-style

 Mark Twain once said that “clothes make the man.” For the Madrigal men – and ladies – at Haddonfield Memorial High School (HMHS), those clothes include velvet, brocade, and satin over tights ... and sometimes capes and floppy hats. For the students (12 madri-gals and 13 madri-guys) the costumes are all part of the pomp and pageantry of the Renaissance songs and dances they perform. But authentic Renaissance costumes cannot be bought – they must be made. In the case of the HMHS Madrigals, costumes have always been made by parent volunteers. The latest sets of outfits have been sewn by a long-time Madrigal mom, Ruth Leone, who conducted hours of research on period clothing before picking out the fabric. Whether they are bedecked in velvet or brocade, satin or suede, all 25 singers love donning the dandy duds and singing songs of the 16th century, says Paula Meyer, director of the singing group. Be sure to catch the singers – in all their finery – at the annual Madrigal Dessert Theatre. Performances will take place at Grace Episcopal Church (19 Kings Hwy E) on Fri Dec 9 at 7pm and on Sat Dec 10, at 2pm and at 7pm. All tickets cost $10 each. Guests will be treated to Renaissance songs, carols of the holiday season, and a musical comedy play during each of the shows. A luxurious coffee and dessert buffet will be presented during intermission. For tickets, call Patty at 354-6338. For more information about HMHS’s Madrigal Singers – and pictures of their costumes! – visit

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 Let the Stage Kidz take you on a jazzy jungle jaunt this fall! On the evenings of Fri Nov 18 and Sat Nov 19 at 7pm – and during a special matinee on Sat Nov 19 at 1pm – your favorite characters from Disney’s The Jungle Book will pay a visit to Haddonfield for the Stage Kidz’ production of The Jungle Book, Jr. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased by calling the Box Office at 429-8139 or by visiting Plays & Players is located at 957 Atlantic Ave E, at the Crows Woods Recreational Complex.

Kids: Be merry and bright at your library

 A cold snap in the air/The smell of ginger spice/ Happy music everywhere/And sparkling silver ice. Looking for some wallet-friendly family fun this holiday season? Look no further than the Children’s Department at the Haddonfield Public Library. December’s theme is “Sights, Sounds, and Smells of December.” • Read to a Dog will be offered on Tue Dec 6 (Visa, 4:15 to 5:15pm) and Thu Dec 8 (Springer, 4 to 5pm). Call 429-1304 to sign-up for a 15 minute session. • Preschool Storytime, for kids ages three to five, is held on Tuesdays at 10:30am and on Wednesday afternoons 1:30pm. Make a silly snowman on Tue Dec 13 and Wed Dec 14. • Toddlertime, for kids ages two and three, is held on Thursdays at 10:30am. Make a silly snowman on Thu Dec 15. Note: Foreign Language Story time will return in January. No children’s programs will be offered Mon Dec 19 thru Fri Dec 23. The library will be closed Sat Dec 24 thru Mon Dec 26.

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The dinner bell Shop for the schools on Nov 19  Dine out for Garnet Youth Football and Cheerleading during family nights at Wendy’s (310 White Horse Pike N, Lawnside). On Mon Dec 5, from 5 to 8pm, a portion of the restaurant’s sales will benefit Heights’ football and cheerleading.



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 Clear your schedule. The annual Haddon Heights Holiday House Tour will be held on Fri Dec 2. This year’s theme is “All Through the House.” Homes will be open for viewing from 12n to 3:30pm and 6:30 to 10pm. Tickets – $15 in advance; $18 on the day of the tour – are available at the Library (608 Station Ave), April Robin Florist (620 Station Ave), Freshest Flower (503 Station Ave), and Taylor Made Memories (510 Station Ave). For more information, call 546-7132. Proceeds from this time-honored event will benefit the Haddon Heights Public Library.

 Sidestep the holiday traffic! The PTG’s inaugural Holiday Vendor and Craft Show – featuring about 40 vendors – will take place on Sat Nov 19 from 9am to 1pm at Atlantic Ave School. Shoppers will enjoy a stunning array of gifts for the home, women’s accessories, children’s books and gifts, candles, crafts, handbags, and jewelry. Food and beverages will be made available to famished holiday shoppers. Free babysitting and a raffle will make the morning complete. 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 free and low-cost fun events.

Theatre focus

 The Village Playbox, a community theatre troupe based in Haddon Heights, has announced its upcoming season. All shows will take place at the First Presbyterian Church in Haddon Heights (Green Street at 7th Ave). The Village Playbox will kick-off its 72nd season with Lawrence Casler’s comedy A Night in the Theatre. Performances will take place on Fri Nov 18 at 8pm, and on Sat Nov 19 at 2pm and 8pm. Plan for a winter thaw by marking your calendar for with Matthew Barber’s Enchanted April. Directed by Steve Allen, performances will be held on Fri Feb 17, Sat Feb 18, Fri Feb 24, and Sat Feb 25. The Village Playbox’s 72nd theatre season will culminate with Joe Bonacci’s musical comedy A Small Talk. The production will take place on Fri Apr 27, Sat Apr 28, Fri May 4, and Sat May 5. Treat yourself to season tickets. For $39 you will receive tickets to the three adult shows, plus an extra flex ticket. Download an order form at Mail the completed form and check to: The Village Playbox, PO Box 35, Haddon Heights.


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 The West Jersey Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society generally meets on the third Monday of the month at 7:30pm on the first floor of the Haddon Heights Municipal Building (625 Station Ave). During the next meeting on Nov 21, Dick Foley will present a digital clinic on the Reading Railroad in Philadelphia (circa 1953). Foley is a Reading Railroad historian and a model railroad expert. Through his description of Reading Railroad infrastructure, Foley will take guests back to a time when passenger trains were many and steam locomotives reigned supreme! Note: The West Jersey Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society will not meet in December. 547-5324

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 Did you know that the Haddon Heights Public Library, located at 608 Station Ave, hosts programs tailored to the needs of its youngest patrons? Call for 547-7132, for program details. • 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.



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 Why not start a new family tradition at Haddon Township’s Ritz Theatre this year? Bob Cratchit’s Extraordinary Christmas Extravaganza, As Produced by Ebenezer Scrooge will dominate the stage on Thu Dec 8, Fri Dec 9, Sat Dec 10, Fri Dec 16, and Sat Dec 17 at 7:30pm. Matinee shows will take place  STEPS – Special on Sundays, Dec 11 Teachers, Exceptional and Dec 18, at 2pm. Parents and Students An annual favorite, – is a support group for parents and educators Haddon Heights Night at the Ritz, will take who are involved with place during a matinee children with special performance this year. needs and/or learning Those who attend the difficulties in the Haddon Heights School Dis- Sun Dec 11 (2pm) show will be treated to trict (Barrington, Haddon Heights and Lawn- a special performance side). STEPS strives to by the Haddon Heights support parents in their Elementary Choir. To efforts to oversee their purchase tickets ($15 each) for this special child’s education and performance, call advocate effectively. Rachel Cicalese 266STEPS sponsors 4189. speakers, workshops, Bob Cratchit’s and support sessions for parents throughout Extraordinary Christmas the school year. Gener- Extravaganza, As Produced by ally, meetings are held Ebenezer Scrooge is on the first Monday of being presented in each month from 7:30 to 9:30pm (no meeting association with The Center Stage in January). Meetings are held in the Glenview Performance Dance Ensemble. The show Elementary School library, located at 1700 will take the form of a holiday musical variety Sycamore Street in show reminiscent of the Haddon Heights. TV variety programs A Parent Support Meeting will be held on like The Carol Burnett Show. Mon Dec 5. For inforThe Ritz Theatre is mation, visit located at 915 White Horse Pike in Haddon Township. 858-0812;

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#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

What’s On: Haddon Heights

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 Haddon Heights seniors citizens meet for lunches during Community Table meals. Guests sit together, order from the menu, and pay their own bills on Tuesdays between 11:30am and 1:30pm. Reconnect with friends while supporting businesses in Haddon Heights! Next: • Nov 22 – Anthony’s Creative Italian Cuisine (512 Station Ave, 310-7766) • Nov 29 – Tony Soprano’s Pizza (908 Kings Hwy, 546-0888)

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› First Presbyterian Church of Haddon Heights, located at 28 Seventh Ave, has announced the selection of a new pastor. The Rev. Eliza Suzanne Cramer will begin leading the congregation of about 200 members on Sun Nov 20. Rev. Cramer was ordained in September 2008. She is a graduate of the Princeton Theological Seminary. Before relocating, she served as an associate pastor at John Calvin Presbyterian Church in San Antonio TX. First Presbyterian Church of Haddon Heights was established in 1901, and enjoys members from numerous faith traditions who live in Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties. For more information about First Presbyterian Church, including a worship schedule and program and mission details, visit or call 547-6139.

Seniors’ party in Heights

 Haddon Heights’ Senior Citizens are invited to celebrate the season at the borough’s annual Holiday Party on Fri Dec 9, at 4:30pm, at the Community Center (Lippincott Lane at Seventh Ave). Doors will open at 4:20pm. After a social hour, a light dinner will be served. Revelers will enjoy Frank Sinatra tribute program by local crooner Jim Bruno ( Punch and soda will be served; seniors may bring wine if they wish. The party will end at 7:30pm. The event is free for and open to senior citizens living in Haddon Heights. Reservation must be made before Tue Dec 6 by calling Rose Fitzgerald at 547-3950 (leave your name, address, phone number, and the number of people attending). Rides are available as needed.

Making history

 The New Jersey Historical Commission will honor leaders in the New Jersey history community on Sat Nov 19. An Award of Recognition will be presented to Haddon Heights’ Robert Hunter for his contributions to historic preservation and Haddon Heights’ history. The all-day conference will be held at Princeton University. The theme will be “New Jersey in the Crucible of the Civil War.” The cost is $40 per person for the seminar, lunch, and a closing reception at the Princeton’s Bainbridge House. Pre-registration:

Opportunity knocks

 The Borough of Haddon Heights offers recreation and educational programs for every member of the family. To register, visit or call 546-2585. Check out the following: • Stained Glass – Learn the ins and outs of cutting, foiling, and soldering as you create your own stained-glass masterpiece at the Cabin. Tue Nov 29 thru Tue Jan 24. $55 resident/$60 non-resident. • Stay fit this fall with Zumba, Toning/Core, Tai Chi, Pilates, Yoga, Hi/Lo Cardio, and Hip Hop ... Visit for details.


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 Registration for Haddon Heights Youth Athletics’ recreational basketball (boys and girls in grades 1 thru 6) and travel basketball (boys and girls in grades 3 thru 6) is underway. The deadline to register for recreational basketball is Sat Nov 26. The leagues for boys and girls in grades 3 thru 6 and the instructional program for kids in 1st and 2nd grade begin on Sun Jan 8 and llc runs thru Sun Mar 4. The deadline to regSUMMER SpEcial: 20% Off any intERiOR REpaiRS ister for the boys and Gutter Cleaning & Repairs • Fascia girls travel basketball Soffit • Painting • Bathrooms league is Mon Nov 7. Rotten Wood • Tile Work Games will begin in the Any repAir you cAn think of, we do it! beginning of December. Registration must be Fully Insured done online at 609-481-8886 NJ License #13VH05972600 fax 609-859-9404 24-hour emergency service

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What’s On: Haddon Heights

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 The Haddon Heights Public Library (608 Station Ave) will sponsor Lego Story Time, for those in kindergarten thru sixth grade, beginning on Fri Nov 18. Can’t make it on Nov 18? No worries! The program will be held on the third Friday of each month from 3:30 to 4:45pm. Lego enthusiasts will be treated to a short reading from a popular children’s book before plunging into the Legos. Participants will clean up during the last five minutes of each program. For information, call Kathi Bernardi at 547-7132.

Timely gifts

 When making charitable contributions this year consider the Haddon Heights Public Safety Monument. The clock sits outside of the Municipal Building, perched on granite stone. Built in 1997, the monument honors first responders and bears the names of three first responders who lost their lives on duty. Donations will be used to maintain the monument. Send checks payable to “Borough of Haddon Heights Monument Fund” to: Borough of Haddon Heights Monument Fund, c/o CFO Sharon Smith, 625 Station Ave, Haddon Heights.



Spreading Yuletide cheer

 “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas ...” At least it will on Fri Nov 25 when the Haddon Heights Holiday Parade makes its way down Station Ave. The parade will step off at 6:30pm. Sponsored by the Haddon Heights Business and Professional Association, the parade is sure to get you in the mood ... for Santa! Santa will make his seasonal debut at the Haddon Heights Municipal Building (625 Station Ave) following the parade. Santa’s appearance marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Residents are encouraged to shop in Haddon Heights when seeking the perfect gift. Hot chocolate will warm chilly spectators. For more information about this event, visit

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 Jump start your trip down memory lane by enjoying happy hour with your classmates and fellow alumni on Wed Nov 23 at Tavistock Country Club from 6pm to 8pm. Sponsored by the Haddonfield Alumni Society, the annual Fall Alumni Happy Hour will feature fun, fellowship, food, refreshments, and friends. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be served. There will be a cash bar. The society will ask for a donation at the door to defray costs. If you plan to attend, contact Tom Mervine at by Mon Nov 21 to facilitate an approximate count (those who don’t RSVP are still welcome to attend the event). On Sat Nov 26, the Haddonfield Alumni Society will conduct its Annual Meeting and Lifetime Achievement Awards Ceremony in the Haddonfield Memorial High School Library. The doors will open at 10am; the Alumni Society will host a reception to welcome attendees and awardees. Coffee, tea, cocoa, and donuts will be served. The Annual Meeting and Lifetime Achievement Awards Ceremony will commence promptly at 11am. The Alumni Society’s president, Drew Hansen, will preside. Dr Richard Perry, Superintendent of Schools; Steve Weinstein, Board of Education President; and Michael Wilson, Haddonfield Memorial High School Principal, will participate in the program. Each year, the society confers its Lifetime Achievement Award on Haddonfield school alumni and teachers who have made outstanding contributions to society. This year’s alumni award winners are the late former US Congressman John Adler (Class of 1977); Eugene Kain, Jr. (Class of 1965); John Stokes (Class of 1968): and the late Kenneth Moore (Class of 1961). This year’s teacher alumni award winner is the late Martin F. Kaelin. For more information, go to

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Your time is valuable

 Interfaith Caregivers relies on community support to provide the basic services – transportation, shopping, and companionship – that enable elderly and disabled residents to remain independent. Just two hours per week can make a difference. Call 354-0298 or visit for volunteer information. If you would prefer to make a monetary donation, remember that donating $1 per week can help Interfaith Caregivers continue to provide vital services. Donating $420 (just $1.15 per day) can fully underwrite services to one client for a year.

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 Join members of the Reading and Film Circle of the Haddon Fortnightly on Mon Dec 5, at 12:30pm, for a discussion about The Conspirator, a film directed by Robert Redford. The Conspirator was released in April 2011. The film follows the arrest and military tribunal of Mary Surratt and four men accused of conspiring to assassinate Abraham Lincoln, his vice president, and the secretary of state. Mary Surratt ran the boarding house in Washington DC where John Wilkes Booth and others met and planned the simultaneous attacks. The historic drama poses thoughtful consideration of how the conspirators were treated – particularly Mary Surratt – during the trial as well as the trial’s subsequent outcome. Visitors will enjoy a light lunch with the members before the discussion. For more information, call Barbara at 842-9615 or Mary Ellen at 428-8742.


See you at the rummage sale!

 A Rummage Sale will be held at the Mabel Kay Senior Center (24 Walnut Street, Haddonfield) on Fri Dec 9 from 12n to 2pm. The public is invited to stop by the center, enjoy refreshments, and peruse the bargains. 354-8789

Celebrate the Mabel Kay way  The Mabel Kay Senior Center will sponsor a Christmas Party for area senior citizens on Fri Dec 16, beginning at 12n. The center is located at 24 Walnut Street in Haddonfield. Refreshments will be served. Call 354-8789 to reserve your spot.

Fun, fitness, and charity

 The Haddonfield United Methodist Church (29 Warwick Road) is sponsoring a slew of fun and festive programs this holiday season: • Send those holiday pounds packing. The Methodist Church hosts indoor volleyball on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, from 6:30 to 8pm, in Fellowship Hall. • The church is collecting food for distribution by Neighborhood Center and Fellowship House in Camden. Church members are also collecting cold-weather clothing for distribution through Camden’s My Father’s Hands. For more information about these efforts call 4290403. • The YOUth Fellowship needs your family’s help in collecting 1,000 teddy bears to be delivered to patients in area hospitals on Christmas Eve. Bears can be donated at the Bear Den at the Sayre Welcome Center.


Got trees?

 Buy a tree and support the community! Visit the Haddonfield Y’s Men’s tree lot, located at Lincoln and Washington Aves, early in the Christmas season for the best selection. Beginning Sat Nov 26, the Y’s Men’s Club will sell fresh trees from 5 to 8pm on weekdays, 9am to 9pm on Saturdays, and 12n to 6pm on Sundays. The sale will end when all of the conifers are sold. Proceeds will benefit YMCA camps, local charities, and scholarship funds. For further information, call 429-2726 or e-mail


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#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

 “Some Things Old, Some Things New” is the theme for 23rd annual Haddon Fortnightly Holiday Sale. Join club members on Fri Dec 2 for a day spent perusing crafts and donated items, playing games, and enjoying lunch at the Clubhouse (Kings Hwy and Grove Street, Haddonfield. The doors will open at 11 am for the sale. Shoppers will find articles handcrafted by members, new items purchased just for the sale, and gently used donations. At 11:30am, guests can join members for the luncheon ($12). Bridge and other games will follow. All are welcome. Contact Marge Prendergast at 8571965 for reservations.

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 Join your friends and neighbors to celebrate the official opening of the holiday season in Haddonfield with the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Fri Nov 25 at 6:30pm at Library Point (60 Haddon Ave). Sponsored by the Celebrations Association, the popular annual event will even feature a visit from Santa Claus. Following the ceremony, Santa will be escorted up Tanner Street and on to Kings Hwy by the High School band. The procession will end at the gazebo in Kings Court where Santa will greet children and collect their wish letters. Parents should be sure to include the child’s name and return address on wish letters so that Santa can reply. The Pick-Up Band will be on-hand at Kings Court to welcome St Nick with the Santa Comes to Town Concert starting at 6:30pm. In the case of inclement weather, the Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held on Sat Nov 26 at 6:30pm. 216-7253

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 Keep Camden’s children and adults a little warmer this winter. The orthodontic office of Dr. Amy James and Associates has begun its annual winter gear Donation Drive. Donate your new or gently used hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, and coats at the office (15 Euclid Ave E; 216-8009) thru Tue Jan 31. Collected items will be given to the Rotary Club of Haddonfield for distribution at the Fellowship House in Camden. Fellowship House is maintained as a place for spiritual, moral, educational, physical, social, and recreational activities. Fellowship House has a proud history of helping to meet the needs of the Camden community. It serves as a safe refuge for weary neighbors and offers vital programs to local residents. Note: Winter clothing can also be dropped off at the Information Center.


Candlelight Shopping

 Candlelight Shopping will begin on Fri Nov 25 and continue thru Sat Dec 24. During special shopping hours, visitors to Haddonfield’s retail district will be treated to carriage rides, visits with Santa, and live entertainment. Santa will visit downtown Haddonfield on Friday evenings from 6 to 9pm.Carriage rides will be available on Friday evening from 6 to 9pm, as well as on Saturdays and Sundays from 12n to 3pm. Live entertainment will be provided by the Pick Up Band; Mp4; Sunshine Boys Barbershop Quartet; Shades of Harmony; Choirs from Grace Church of Haddonfield; Pine Barons; Special Occasion Quartet; Jersey Sound Chorus of the Sweet Adelines International; Haddonfield Memorial High School’s Madrigals and Treble Choir; Cherry Hill East’s Mimes, Belles, Madrigals; Three Good Men; Freedom Brass; and Kelly LaVigna. For current information on the entertainment line-up, call 216-7253. To sweeten the deal, townwide gift certificates will be available – at a ten-percent discount – thru Sat Dec 24. To purchase certificates, go to or stop by the Information Center (2 Kings Court). The center is open Wednesdays thru Saturdays, from 11am to 3pm, and during Candlelight Shopping on Fridays nights.

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 With an end to the year-long construction project on Tanner Street in sight, local merchants have created a catchy campaign to get the word out that Tanner Street is “back in business.” The “Ticket to Tanner” campaign will run through Sat Jan 7. Shoppers who get their tickets stamped at 8 or more of the 15 participating businesses will be eligible to win one of eight prizes donated by Tanner Street business owners. Here’s a sampling of the prizes: • A sumptuous dinner at Melange prepared under the direction of Chef Joe Brown ... plus limousine service to and from the restaurant. • A studio portrait session and an 11x14 -inch portrait from Colette Oswald Photography. • A beautiful bridal veil from Angel Bridal. • A $200 townwide gift certificate contributed by the Partnership for Haddonfield. • Five one-hour foreign-language lessons from Dynamic Language Services. • A Blue Dolphin mantel clock from Hugh’s Clock Shop. • A selection of vintage jewelry donated by Stardust Memories. • Dinner for four at The Bistro. Tickets to Tanner are available at Baby Chic, Hugh’s Clock Shop, Body Shop Chiropractic, Howard Heartsfield Gallery, Melange, Stardust Memories, the law office of Joseph Murphy, Colette Oswald Photography, Dynamic Language Services, Angel Bridal, Nimble Needle, EJM Photography, Widerman & Company Insurance, The Bistro, and at the Information Center (2 Kings Court). 216-7253


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#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

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 Keep warm by participating in Christ the King School’s 16th annual King’s Run on Sat Nov 19. Adults can participate in the 5k King’s Run or the 1-Mile Walk, while the younger athletes can strut their stuff in the 1k Kids Fun Run. The race will start at 8:30am. Runners may register in advance at The day will not end at the finish line. Following the race, the fourth annual Vendor and Craft Fair will begin at the Christ the King School (164 Hopkins Ave) at 9:30am. Browse the wares of more than 30 vendors – including Learning Express, Tastefully Simple, Mary Kay, Silpada Jewelry, Willow House, Pampered Chef, Tupperware, Partylite, Avon, Mary Kay, and Longaberger – while enjoying a baked goods, prizes, and refreshments. Make good on your vow to finish your holiday shopping early this year. Handmade crafts, personalized ornaments, wreaths, and childrens clothing will be sold during this event. Santa will stop by the Vendor and Craft Fair so don’t forget the camera! For details about the run and the fair, visit Proceeds will benefit the school.

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 The Primetimers’ Luncheons at the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield are hot! The next event will be held on Wed Dec 14 at 12n. Lunches cost $3 and reservations must be made in advance by calling 429-1960.

Bargain alert

 Shoppers rejoice! Grace’s Thrift Shop, located at Haddonfield’s Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E), is open for business on Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 3pm. For more information, call 429-0007.

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 The Haddonfield Youth Lacrosse Club has opened up player registration for returning players. Go to haddonfieldyouthlax. com. Registration will begin on Thu Dec 1 for new players. Roster spots are limited.

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 Set aside time to explore Markeim Arts Center this fall. The gallery is open Tuesdays thru Fridays, from 10am to 3pm, and on Saturdays from 1 to 3pm. Currently: • “Works on Paper,” a juried exhibition of drawing, printmaking, photography, collage, and painting will be shown thru Sat Dec 3. Lisa Tremper Hanother, the Director of The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art, is acting as juror. • Markeim’s Holiday Gift Cottage will be held on Thu Dec 8, from 12n to 8pm, in conjunction with the Haddonfield Holiday House Tour. Enjoy refreshments at the indoor craft fair.

 The Brad Wilby Memorial Foundation will sponsor a Charity Auction Fundraiser on the evening of Sat Feb 25 at Tavistock Country Club. The evening will include a wine tasting, Quizzo, a Chinese auction, and plenty of door prizes. The foundation was started in 2006 following the death of Brad Wilby, a beloved 1999 graduate of Haddonfield Memorial High School. Wilby is remembered as an individual with strong character, good humor, unwavering compassion, and athletic talent. Wilby served two years as an assistant coach for men’s soccer at Hobart College, but died unexpectedly after collapsing during a workout on campus in 2006. He was 25. To donate auction items or to help with this event, contact Melissa Bergstrom at mwilby22@hotmail. com or Sue Wilby at For information about the foundation, visit


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Share warmth

 The Novak and Bhaya families of Haddonfield are collecting clean used and new blankets, comforters, sleeping bags, baby blankets, and throws this holiday season. Donations will be given to the less fortunate in our area. Blankets may be dropped off at the Novak home (120 Redman Ave), the Bhaya home (415 Euclid Ave), or the Information Center (2 Kings Court) thru Sun Jan 1. The Information Center will be open Wednesdays thru Saturdays, from 11am to 3pm, thru Sat Dec 21. For information and donation pick-up, call: Gail at 616-0794 or Tina at 428-0294.

Indian King happenings

 The Friends of the Indian King Tavern Museum have announced the museum’s fall Open House dates. Stop by the museum and soak up some local history on Friday evenings, Nov 25, Dec 2, Dec 9, and Dec 16. Docents will welcome visitors in every room from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Be sure to stop at the museum during your Holiday House Tour travels on Thu Dec 8. After fall turns to winter, warm up at the Indian King. Stop at the Museum on New Year’s Eve – First Night – Sat Dec 31. An Open House event will take place during special evening hours. Don’t leave the Indian King off your gift list this year. Place taxdeductible donations in the museum’s collection box or send them to: The Friends Group, 30 Tanner St, Haddonfield.



#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

What’s On the Market

Sunday night fever

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Ecumenical service

Donate ... then celebrate

 Turn up the heat this fall with Dance Haddonfield! Weekly Sunday dance lessons take place at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E). From 6 to 7pm, Intermediate Rumba with Barbara Capaldi will be offered thru Nov 27. Ready to dance the night away? For $17, you can stay for the regularly scheduled beginner lessons from 7 to 8pm and then show off your new skills during open dancing from 8 to 10:30pm. Look sharp! No jeans, shorts, or grungy sneakers will be permitted on the dance floor. For a full schedule, visit  An Thanksgiving Eve Ecumenical Service, sponsored by the Haddonfield Council of Churches, will be held on Wed Nov 23, at 7:30pm, at the First Church of Christ, Scientist. The uplifting service will last approximately one-hour and appeal to those of all faiths. Canned goods will be collected for the South Jersey Food Bank. Donations will support ecumenical mission programs. (Note that the venue of this event has changed since the printing of the Community Calendar.)

 Shop till you drop (with a little help)! The Partnership for Haddonfield is offering tenpercent off on Townwide Gift Certificates. The sale will run from Black Friday, Nov 25 thru Fri Dec 24 (while supplies last). Gift certificates will be sold at the Information Center, located at 2 Kings Court. Individuals may purchase up to $500 in gift certificates per day. For further details, call the Information Center at 216-7253.

 The Haddonfield Celebration Association needs your help to continue sponsoring topnotch events in Haddonfield – events such as the Halloween Parade, the Christmas Tree Lighting (Fri Nov 25 at 6:30pm) and – of course – the Fourth of July Parade and Fireworks. These events are made possible thanks to the financial support of residents and businesses. Checks, payable to “Haddonfield Celebrations Association,” may be sent to PO Box 15, Haddonfield. Credit card donations may be made at the Information Center (2 Kings Court).

Dine and dance  Could you use a night out? The Haddonfield Assembly will host three more black-tie dinner dances this season: Sat Dec 17, Sat Feb 11, and Fri Apr 27. Each event takes place at Tavistock Country Club beginning with cocktails (cash bar) at 6:30pm. A four-course dinner is served at 7:30pm; a live band plays from 7:30 to 11:30pm. The cost per event is $95 per couple for the first dinner dance; $85 per couple thereafter. Join the Haddonfield Assembly for any or all of the dances. Call Phyllis St Onge at 429-2965.

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Warm up with Mabel Kay

 Haddonfield-area senior citizens are welcome to visit the Mabel Kay Senior Center located at 24 Walnut Street, in Haddonfield. Come in and relax, Monday thru Friday, from 9am to 4pm. The following activities are scheduled: • Every Monday – 11:30am; Senior Cardio Fun in the Tarditi Commons Community Room (325 Lincoln Ave). • 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 at Tarditi Commons. • Third Wednesdays – 10am; Computer Club. • Every Wednesday – 1:30 to 3pm; Line Dancing for Seniors. • Every Thursday – 9am to 12n; 1 to 4pm; Art Workplace with Angela Seigenthaler for those ages 50 and older. 11:30am; Chair Tai Chi in the Tarditi Commons Community Room. • Every Friday – 12n to 2:30pm; Lunch/ Snacks and More! Join area seniors for relaxing afternoons spent listening to guest speakers, enjoying movies, playing games, or partaking in lively conversation. 354-8789

let’s think spring!

 Autumn leaves are falling outside, but members of the Haddon Fortnightly are thinking spring! The Fortnightly’s annual Home and Garden Tour will be held on Fri May 4 from 10am to 8 pm. Consider opening your heart – and home – in support of the Haddon Fortnightly, a member of the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs. If you would like your home, your garden – or both! – to be considered for the tour, call Joan at 858-1199. The tour is the Fortnightly’s biggest fundraiser of the year, attracting visitors from all over Southern New Jersey. Share your decorating expertise, collections, or unique garden plantings this spring. Volunteers will guide viewers through the areas of your home (and/or garden) that wish to be open to the public.

Be a buddy to the Benevolent association

 Don’t take local heroes for granted. The Policemen’s Benevolent Association Local 328 – representing the police officers of Barrington, Haddon Heights, and Haddonfield – is conducting its annual fundraising campaign. Each year, contributions help the organization support educational endeavors, social activities, and community groups while also helping to provide aid to the families of law enforcement officers who have lost their lives or suffered injuries. Help the association reach its financial goals by mailing donations to: New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association Local 328, PO Box 424, Haddonfield.

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#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

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 Although Haddonfield Chapter #140 Order of the Eastern Star of New Jersey held no official meetings over the summer months, club members kept busy with two dinner programs and various social activities. Monetary donations for the Camden County Animal Shelter were collected at the club’s Strawberry Festival and during the All-American Dinner. The chapter is planning a Mystery Trip on Sat Dec 3. The cost is $90 (payable by installments of $30). For more information or to register for the adventure, call Carol Grant at 456-9073.

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 The children of The First Baptist Church (124 Kings Hwy E) will present a living nativity program, titled “Follow the Star to the Heart of Christmas,” on Fri Dec 9 at 7pm and 7:30pm. Live animals of the manger will grace the scene and bells will ring for all to enjoy. Hot cocoa and cookies will complete the festive scene. In the event of inclement weather, the Living Nativity will take place on Fri Dec 16. For information, call 429-2326 or visit

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 The organizers of First Night Haddonfield are accepting applications for volunteers to help both before and during the big event on New Year’s Eve. First Night Haddonfield is a familyfriendly, alcohol-free celebration of the arts that takes place in downtown Haddonfield. Each volunteer will receive a free admission button. The coveted button will be the key to admission to dozens of world-class performances at venues along Kings Hwy on New Year’s Eve. Local residents interested in supporting the performing arts are encouraged to participate and invite a friend, spouse, or family member to do the same. On Sat Dec 31, volunteers will work 90-minute shifts at the performance venues, welcoming guests and answering questions. Once their shift is over, volunteers are free to attend any of the First Night Haddonfield performances. Join the Volunteer Committee or register to volunteer online at firstnighthaddonfield. org and (click on “Volunteer”). Or call Chris Thomas at 4291525. For more information about First Night, visit

 On Sat Apr 28, 2012, there will be a beer-tasting social held on the grounds of the Indian King Tavern Museum (233 Kings Hwy E). Let’s party like it’s 1759! Guests will enjoy colonial beers, music, and food. Stay tuned to What’s On for further details.

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#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

What’s On the Market

Thoughtful gifts are brewing at Presby


 The Presbyterian Women of the Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield (20 Kings Hwy E) will offer coffee products for sale on the first and third Sundays of the month. Look for items on the sales table in the church parlor after each service. Stock up on drip and whole bean coffees, chocolate bars, flavorful teas, tins of cocoa, and more. All products are sold through the Presbyterian Coffee Project which operates through Equal Exchange. The program assures that small farmers in Central America, Asia, Africa, and the United States receive a fair price which enables them and their families to have a better living. To get the scoop, call 429-1960. For details on Equal Exchange, visit

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Here’s your Bancroft bulletin:

 Bancroft, a nonprofit leader in programs for people with neurological challenges, has announced its 2011-2012 Developmental Disabilities Workshop Series. The series provides free education and training for parents and professionals as a public service. Based in Haddonfield, Bancroft annually serves 1,300 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries. Bancroft strives to ensure that every person is given opportunities for lifelong learning and fulfillment. Bancroft does this by altering perceptions and supporting people with neurological challenges in achieving their life goals while being valued and respected members of society. Programs will be held on Wednesdays, from 6:30 to 8:30pm, in the Farrington Building on Bancroft’s Haddonfield Campus (425 Kings Hwy E). The remaining programs in the Developmental Disabilities Workshop Series have been scheduled as follows: • “Teaching Children with Asperger Syndrome in a Public School Setting” will be offered on Jan 18. • A completely new program, “Planning for the Needs of Adults with Autism,” will be offered on Feb 15. To register for either of these programs, call Pat Reid at (800)774-5516 or e-mail Are you a brain-injury professional? Bancroft is launching a continuing-education program for case managers, social workers, and rehabilitation therapists. Sessions will be presented by clinical experts from Bancroft. This series of monthly webinars, titled “Heads-Up,” will provide participants with a convenient opportunity to learn – and earn continuing-education units (CEUs) – during their lunch breaks. Unlike a traditional seminar, webinars are presented online. For details, e-mail

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Singing angels seek members

 If you’re retired, semi-retired, or a stayat-home that enjoys singing, consider joining the Singing Angels. The Angels are seeking new members (especially males) to sing at nursing, assisted living, and retirement homes, and for AARP/ senior groups. The choir rehearses on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month (Sep thru Jun) at the Lutheran Church – located at 204 Wayne Ave, Haddonfield – at 10am. For more information, call Dick Snyder at 486-0449.


Interfaith information


 The office of Interfaith Caregivers will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thu Nov 24 and Fri Nov 25. Clients must make appointments for Thu Dec 1 thru Sun Dec 4 by Wed Nov 23. In consideration of Interfaith volunteers, the office asks that clients not request services during the following periods: Thu Nov 24 thru Sun Nov 27 and Sat Dec 24 thru Mon Dec 26. If services are needed on those days, clients are asked to contact Suzan at 354-0298. For more information about Interfaith Caregivers, visit

#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

Speak up with Toastmasters

 Become the speaker and leader that you always wanted to be by attending meetings of the Camden County Toastmasters on the first, second, and third Tuesday of the month at 7pm. The group meets at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior (204 Wayne Ave, Haddonfield). Visitors are always welcome. To attend a meeting, arrive at 7pm, sharp, to register. There are no fees or obligations. For more information, visit camdencounty.

Save the date!

 Christ the King School’s Annual Monte Carlo Night will be held on the evening of Sat Mar 10 at the Mansion in Voorhees. Sponsorship and ticket information will be posted at Stay tuned to What’s On for details.

Tea, tunes ... and shopping!

 The New Jersey Committee for the Philadelphia Orchestra will sponsor a Holiday Tea and Shopping Spree on Tue Nov 29 at Tavistock Country Club. The event will begin at 11am. Eight local boutiques – including Aenigma, Americana by the Seashore, Finishing Touches, La-Di-Da, Marlene’s, Mod Hatter, Paisley Pear, and Polka Dots – will showcase jewelry, clothing, handbags, and home furnishings. An array home-baked goods will also be featured. High Tea will be served at 12:30pm. Guests will enjoy variety of teas and an assortment of tea sandwiches, scones, quiches, and pastries. Following the luncheon, guests will be royally entertained by Haddonfield Memorial High School’s Madrigal Singers, in period costumes, directed by Paula Meyer. The program will include holiday songs as well as music reflecting the Middle Ages, when madrigal singing began. Tickets cost $55 per person. Call 354-0463. Proceeds will benefit Philadelphia Orchestrasponsored programs, including programs for children. The New Jersey Committee for the Philadelphia Orchestra continuously seeks new members, visit volunteerinformation. html to learn more.


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#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

Toy-drop hot spots


 Help Toys for Tots get off to a strong start! Donate to the Marines’ campaign, by bringing new, unwrapped toys to the lobby of the Police Department (242 Kings Hwy E). Stop by between 8am and 4pm, any day of the week, from Mon Nov 28 thru Fri Dec 23. Call Louis Baselice at 429-4700 x752 for information. Another Toys for Tots drop spot? Long and Foster Real Estate, located at 56 Haddon Ave N, will collect toys thru Sat Dec 17. For information, call 795-6966.


Run for it

Making cents

 Wed Nov 23 is Lions Club White Cane Collection Day, so remember to to grab some pocket change before you venture out to gather your lastminute Thanksgiving provisions. Club members will be stationed throughout the Borough – on the Highway, at the Speedline station, and outside Acme, asking  The Camden County Food Shelf, which serves for contributions, low-income seniors of Camden County, is in dire distributing white need of donations of non-perishable food. canes, and educating Food items such as canned vegetables, soup, the public about the crackers, cookies, cereal, condensed milk, canned Lions Club. beans, condiments, and boxes of instant mixes Held twice a year, are welcome. White Cane Days Drop off your donations at Haddonfield’s Mabel offer the Lions an Kay Senior Center (24 Walnut Street), Monday opportunity to thru Friday, between 9am and 4pm. be visible in the For more information, call 354-8789. community and to seek support for the Club’s ongoing service activities and programs. Proceeds from White  You can learn to the dance like the characters Cane Days benefit the in films such as Sense and Sensibility and Emma. Club’s Blind Fund and Held on Tuesday evenings from 8 to 10pm at are used to assist those the Haddonfield Friends Meeting House, English in need and the blind Dancing lessons are open to all. Singles and and visually impaired, couples are welcome to join. both locally and The footwork isn’t too fancy, there is rarely any globally. body contact, and you don’t need a perfect sense Information about of timing or coordination. the Club is available at Friends Meeting House is located at Lake Street and Friends Ave. Be sure to call 429-9186 prior to attending the lessons.  Show those holiday calories who’s boss! The South Jersey Athletic Club, along with the Haddonfield Running Company, hosts group training runs. Participants meet at the Haddonfield Running Company – located at 121 Kings Hwy E – 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 Haddonfield Memorial High School track on Tuesdays at 5:30am. 428-1666

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The Rotary Club of Haddonfield’s annual

Winter Coat Collection is under way.

The coats we collect for adults and children – along with hats, scarves, and gloves – will be taken to Fellowship House in Camden for distribution to those in need. Donations of clean, serviceable winter clothing may be left at the Haddonfield Information Center (2 Kings Court) – Wed, Thu, Sat: 11 to 3. Fridays thru Dec 23: 11 to 9. Thu Dec 8: 10 to 8. Sat Dec 31: 12 to 8. Thank you for helping us help those in need.

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#514 • NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER , 011

What’s On: Recurring Events & activities aDUlTS


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 Every Tue 8:00p to 10:00p friends Meeting House 429-9186 (Call to verify)

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 Overeaters Anonymous Every wed 9:00a to 10:00a presbyterian church 354-6393; 609-239-0022 Singles’ Movie Night 1st Thu call for times 3rd Thu call for times The Ritz, Voorhees Single Movie Lovers 354-2018 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 Toastmasters 1st Tue 7:00p 2nd Tue 7:00p 3rd Tue 7:00p Lutheran church 866-0038 WordArt 1st wed 7:00p public Library 665-5650

Partnership for Haddonfield 1st wed 8:30a borough Hall, auditorium

COMMUNITY Farmers’ Market Every Sat 8:00a to 12:00n May thru oct Kings court

fITNESS For fitness activities for seniors, see “Seniors”

Farmers’ Market Committee 3rd Mon 7:00p Information center 616-8311

Bowling Every Tue 9:15a to 11:30a (except Jul aug) cherry Hill playdrome Breakfast Bowling League 795-4285

Grace Church Thrift Shop Every fri 10:00a to 3:00p Every Sat 10:00a to 3:00p Grace church 429-0007

Group Training Run Every Tue 5:30a High School Track SJ Athletic Club

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

Group Training Run Every Sun 7:30a Every wed 6:30p Haddonfield Running co SJ Athletic Club

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 Indian King Tavern Museum Thu thru Sat; 10:00a to 12:00n, 1:00p to 4:00p 233 Kings Hwy E 429-6792

Jazzercise Every Mon 6:00p Every wed 6:00p Every Thu 6:00p Lutheran church 534-3367 Tai Chi Every Mon 9:30a to 11:00a Methodist church 429-0403

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 Post Office weekdays 8:30a to 5:00p 25 Haddon ave S 429-0246 Preservation Haddonfield 2nd Thu 7:30p Mabel Kay Senior center 287-4665 Republican Club 2nd wed 7:30p borough Hall, auditorium 795-4045

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population of the United States spent $50 each month in locally owned independent businesses, it would generate more than $42.6 billion in revenue. Imagine the positive impact if three-quarters of the employed population did that.


For every $100 spent in locally owned independent stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll, and other expenditures. If you spend that in a national chain, only $43 stays here. Spend it online and nothing comes home.

1 The number of people it takes

to start the trend …you. What’s On was the first Haddonfield business to register as a supporter of The 3/50 Project. Join us!

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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 Mom to Mom 2nd and 4th wed 9:30a to 11:00a presbyterian church 429-1960 MOMS Club for a calendar of events, call 428-0664

MUNICIPal Auxiliary Police 1st Thu 7:30p borough Hall 429-4700 x 240 Board of Commissioners 2nd 4th Tue 7:30p borough Hall, Room 102 429-4700 Borough Hall weekdays 8:30a to 4:30p 242 Kings Hwy E 429-4700 Environmental Commission 3rd Mon 7:30p borough Hall, auditorium 429-4700 Historic Preservation Commission wed two weeks before planning board 7:30p borough Hall, Room 102

Senior Citizen Advisory Board 4th Mon 8:00a (Jan feb only: see above) Mabel Kay Senior center

Library Board of Trustees 4th Tue 8:00a (except aug) public Library 429-1304 Mayor Colombi’s Open Door Every wed 12:00n to 3:00p (except Jul aug) borough Hall, Room 102 429-4700 x208 Municipal Alliance 4th wed 7:00p Nov, Dec: 3rd wed) borough Hall, auditorium Municipal Court Every Mon 9:00a 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 Recreation Council 4th Tue 8:00p (except May Jun Jul aug Dec) borough Hall, Room 102 Senior Citizen Advisory Board 3rd Mon 8:00a (except Jul Dec) (except Jan feb: see below) Mabel Kay Senior center

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

Shade Tree Commission 3rd Mon 8:00a (except Jul aug) borough Hall, 102

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

Site Plan Review Committee wed two weeks before planning board 7:00p borough Hall, Room 102

Bowling Every fri 9:30a call for location Retired Men’s Club 429-1290

Zoning Board 3rd Tue 7:30p borough Hall, auditorium

Bridge/Card Games 1st Tue 12:30p to 4:00p 3rd Tue 12:30p to 4:00p Mabel Kay Senior center 354-8789 Cardio Fun Every Mon 11:30a Tarditi commons 354-8789

Human Relations Commission 3rd Thu 7:30p (except Jul aug) borough Hall, Room 102 Information Center wed, Thu, fri, Sat (beginning Sep 1) 11:00n to 3:00p 2 Kings court 216-7253


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

SCHOOlS Board of Education 2nd Thu 7:30p 4th Thu 7:30p High School, Library 429-4130 Tuesday Tours Every Tue 8:30a to 9:30a friends School 429-6786

Computer Club 3rd wed 10:00a Mabel Kay Senior center 354-8789 Fitness Class Every Tue 10:00a presbyterian church choir Room Senior Ministry 429-1960 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

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

SPIRITUal COUPON For regular church services, see Community Directory Children’s Church 3rd wed 6:00p to 6:30p Lutheran church 429-5122 Moms in Touch 2nd Thu 9:00a to 10:00a 4th Thu 9:00a to 10:00a covenant presbyterian church, cherry Hill 216-1392

Haddon Fortnightly EMD (Evening Membership Department) 2nd Tue 7:30p fortnightly clubhouse Junior Women’s Club 2nd Mon 8:00p (except Jun Jul aug) fortnightly clubhouse 428-7551 Kiwanis Club Every fri 12:15p to 1:30p Tavistock country club 858-1640 Lions Club 1st Thu 6:15p 3rd Thu 6:15p Tavistock country club 428-2363 Newcomers Club 1st wed 7:30p (except Jun Jul aug) baptist church 428-1841 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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Notices & Classified Ads Death and funeral notices for Haddonfield residents, former residents, and others with a close connection to Haddonfield are posted daily – or as the need arises – on Haddonfield Online. In most cases, the postings include direct links to the full notices provided by funeral directors, and to online condolence books. Eleanor Bowen

Eleanor “Ellen” H. Bowen, a resident of Ridgewood, died on October 30, 2011, aged 96. She was the widow of Samuel Lipton Bowen. Haddonfield survivors include Judith E. Sheridan (Charles).

Harry Christie

Harry L. Christie, a resident of Lavallette and Whiting, formerly of Haddonfield, died on October 30, 2011, aged 87. He was the husband of Josephine Christie. He was a member of the 65 Club of Haddonfield.

James Lane

James F. Lane, a resident of Westmont, formerly a longtime Haddonfield resident, died on November 3, 2011, aged 83. He was the widower of Rosemary Lane.

Michael Ravella

Michael Joseph Ravella, a resident of Hilton Head SC, formerly a longtime resident of Haddonfield, died on November 5, 2011, aged 97. He was the widower of Margaret Mary Ravella. He was an involved Grand Knight with the Knights of Columbus council in Haddonfield, a Neighborhood Ethel Clevenger Ethel M. Clevenger (nee Ludwigsen), Watch captain, and an usher for Christ a resident of Moorestown, formerly a the King Parish. longtime resident of Haddonfield, died on November 10, 2011, aged Elizabeth Wilson 89 Elizabeth L. Wilson (nee Le She was the widow of William E. Compte), a resident of Haddonfield, Clevenger. died on October 29, 2011, aged 95. She was the widow of William C. Wilson. Barbara Jacobs Barbara Jean Jacobs of Delaware Township NJ, died on November 10, 2011, aged 73. She was the wife of Roger William Jacobs. Haddonfield survivors include and Lauren Breen (Brian) and grandchildren Owen, Griffin, and Heather.


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PUBlIC SCHOOlS  Leaf collection in E-mail addresses are Haddonfield will conSchool District Administration clude on Fri Dec 9. 1 Lincoln Avenue Residents can expect Richard P. Perry, Superintendent rperry@ one leaf pickup prior Dyanne Kerecman, dkerecman@ to Thanksgiving (Thu Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning Nov 24) and two addiW. Andrew Hall, Administrator ahall@ tional pickups between Board of Education Thanksgiving and Dec Steve Weinstein, President sweinstein@ 9. This year, leaf collec- Glenn Moramarco, VP gmoramarco@ Andrew Berlin aberlin@ tions will not coincide Lynn Biehn lbiehn@ with trash pick-up. Joseph Ehrhardt jehrhardt@ Leaves that have not Drew Hansen dhansen@ been picked up by Dec Dennis Kelleher dkelleher@ claney@ 9 will should be placed Cheryl Laney hpaoli@ in brown paper bags for Heather Paoli Public Schools pickup by the vegeta3 Lincoln Avenue tive waste truck. Plastic Central Chuck Klaus, Principal cklaus@ bags containing vegeta- Elizabeth Haddon 501 Redman Avenue W tive waste will not be Craig Ogelby, Principal cogelby@ picked up. J Fithian Tatem 1 Glover Avenue Karen-Joy Shultz, Principal kschultz@ Leaves should be 5 Lincoln Avenue placed on the park strip Middle Gino Priolo, Principal gpriolo@ for pickup. Department Memorial High 401 Kings Highway E Michael Wilson, Principal mwilson@ of Public Works: 4290183

The fruit 411

 The Kiwanis Club of the Haddons is conducting its annual Florida Fruit Sale. Support the Kiwanis Club – and reap the health benefits of citrus fruit this winter – by placing an order before Sun Nov 20. This year, 20-pound boxes of navel oranges, Ruby Red grapefruit, Tangelos, and the mixed cases of oranges and grapefruit, will be sold for $18 per box. The 23- to 25-pound boxes apples, oranges, and grapefruit will be sold for $23 per box. The 23- to 25-pound boxes tangelos, oranges, and grapefruit will also be sold for $23 per box. To place an order, call Kiwanis Club Secretary John Wilson at 858-1640 or e-mail at willaw1@ Orders must be received no later than Sun Nov 20. Fruit delivery is expected on Thu Dec 15. The Kiwanis Club meets each Friday at 12:15pm Tavistock Country Club.

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429-0902 x 102 429-5851 x 222 429-3960 x


HOUSES Of WORSHIP AME Greater Mt Pisgah Church 238 Ellis Street 856-547-4633 Rev. Mark-Anthony Rassmann, Sr. Sun School 9:30am; Sun 10:30am; Wed Bible Study 7:30pm to 8:30pm


to 1pm; Closed Sundays

Episcopal Grace Church in Haddonfield 19 Kings Hwy E 856-429-0007 Rev. Dr. Patrick R. Close Sun 8am, 9:30am; Wed 7am; Thu 9:30am; Sat 5:30pm

First Baptist Church 124 Kings Hwy E 856-429-2326 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 Douglass Aves 856-428-1320 Rev. Anthony Talton Sun 9:30am; Sun School 8:30am

Haddonfield United Methodist Church 29 Warwick Rd 856-429-0403 Rev. George Morris Sun 8am (Traditional; Brown Chapel), 9am (Contemporary; Sanctuary), 10:15am (Traditional; Sanctuary). Sat 5pm.

Bible Haddonfield Bible Church 324 Belmont Ave 856-429-6852 Rev. John S. Gross Sun 11am; 6:30pm; Wed 7pm; Sun School 10am

Catholic Christ the King Church 200 Windsor Ave 856-429-1600 Msngr. William P. Brennan Sun 8:00am; 11:00am; Mon thru Fri 8am; Sat 5pm

Christian Science First Church of Christ, Scientist 355 Kings Hwy E 856-429-5251 Karen Rowley, Clerk Sun 10am; Sun School 10am; Wed 7:30pm Reading Room 19 Haddon Ave S 856-429-5251 Barbara Corbett Mon to Fri 10am to 4pm; Sat 10

Lutheran Church of Our Savior 204 Wayne Ave 856-429-5122 Pastor Wayne Zschech Pastor Glenn Englehardt Sun 8am, 9:15am, 10:30am


Presbyterian First Presbyterian Church 20 Kings Hwy E 856-429-1960 Rev. William F. Getman Sun 8:15 (Chapel), 9:30 and 11am (Sanctuary). Sunday School 9:30am

Quaker Haddonfield Friends Meeting Lake St and Friends Ave Drew Biehl, Clerk 856-428-6242 Sun 10am

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65 Club Adult School Airport Noise Abatement Coalition Ambulance Association American Field Service American Legion Post 38 Artisans Order of Mutual Protection Auxiliary Police Boy Scouts Cub Pack 64 Boy Scouts Troop 64 Boy Scouts Cub Pack 65 Boy Scouts Troop 65 Caring Hearts Ministry Celebrations Association ChildrenSong of New Jersey Civic Association Council of Churches

Tom Mervine 428-0053 Mary Nosek 428-4433 Michael Bonnette 357-5083 Kevin MacDonald 427-6123 Marie Steeb 795-1915 Joe Ade 220-1861 James Van Ostrand 461-8619 Tim Chase 609-320-6257 Joe Glennon 428-3374 Chris Werner 428-0901 Jim Pecka 354-6384 Larry Peacock 428-9678 Elyse Janove 428-2273 Pat Vogdes 428-3716 Polly Murray 216-1140 Bill Tourtellotte 609-707-1252 Rev. Mark-Anthony Rassmann, Sr 609-335-7373 Crows Woods Gardeners Kathi Stokes 429-6497 Dance Haddonfield Terrie Murphy 429-9154 Daughters 1812 Mrs. Robert Baron 327-6681 Daughters of 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 428-8547 First Night Maureen Eyles 429-4700 x 300 Friends of Bancroft Debra Connor 524-7023 Friends of the Indian King Tavern Terrie Murphy 429-9154 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 Alumni Society Drew Hansen 229-7379 Haddonfield Auxiliary of Virtua Health Systems Arlene Stolarick 428-1913 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) Lisa Brandinelli-Quanci 857-1567 Historical Society Lee Albright 354-9761 Hometown Opportunities for the Mentally Handicapped Bonnie Crosby 663-0075 Indian King Tavern Museum Linda Hess 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, 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 Elizabeth Madden 429-8585 Masonic Lodge 15 David Leeds 429-3035 Masonic Lodge, Moorestown Excelsior Chapter, Order of Demolay Raymond Thorne 547-7839 MOMS Club Toni Muskett 428-0664 Newcomers Club Kathy Ruffolo 685-7037 Parks Conservancy Jamie Horwitz Fram 428-6291 Pick-Up Band Tom Patton 429-0426 Plays & Players Box Office 429-8139 Preservation Haddonfield Kate Siedell 287-4665 Promoting Educational Opportunities for Women (PEO) Daytime Membership Andrea Rizzuto 354-0570 Evening Membership Debbie Beres 216-0186 Republican Club Gregory Horton 795-4045 Rotary Club Neal Rochford 795-6879 Society of the Visual Arts Lisa Brandinelli-Quanci 857-1567 Tennis Association Angelo Alberto 609-206-1075 Toastmasters International Rosario Licciardello 866-0038 Traffic and Pedestrian Safety (TAPS) Norman Hinsey 216-1626 Y’s Men’s Club Jamie Coker 609-923-9021


Mayor Tish Colombi Commissioner Ed Borden Commissioner Jeff Kasko To send a message to all three Commissioners ...

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Programs & Services

Borough Hall 242 Kings Highway E, PO Box 3005, Haddonfield NJ 08033 General Information Anne Frey 429-4700 x 225 To link to the Borough website ... n Scan Administrator Sharon McCullough 429-4700 x 215 Animal Control 718-0305 Clean Communities Officer Paul Heller 429-4700 x 315 Community Development Steve Walko 429-4700 x 209 Crows Woods Coordinator Ed Poynton 428-6547 Clerk Deanna Bennett 429-4700 x 204 Construction Office Suraya Rahmad 429-4700 x 210 Historic District Lisa Soderberg 429-4700 x 209 Human Relations Carl Maugeri 429-4700 x 335 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 Steve Burns 429-4700 x 257 Municipal Court 547-0712 Note: The Municipal Court is located in Audubon Overnight Parking 784-9161 x 7 Parking Fines 547-0712 To pay a parking ticket online, scan ... n Scan Partnership for Haddonfield Lisa Hurd 429-4700 x 326 To link to the Shop Haddonfield website ... n Scan To link to the Haddonfield Professionals website ... n Scan 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 To link to the Public Library website, scan ... n Scan Public Works David Watson 429-0183 Centre Street (at Scout Field) Recreation Council Robert Bickel 429-5851 x 300 Recycling David Watson 429-0183 x 123 Senior Citizen Coordinator Dory Mann 354-8789 Shade Trees David Watson 429-0183 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 547-0712 Trash Casworth Enterprises 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

Emergency Services

Ambulance 15 Haddon Ave N (just off Kings Hwy E) Fire Administration Chief Joe Riggs Jr 15 Haddon Ave N (just off Kings Hwy E) To link to the Fire Company website ... Police Administration Chief John Banning 242 Kings Hwy E (rear of Borough Hall) Police Dispatch


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Business & Professional Directory ACCOUNTANTS MICHAEL BUTTIL CPA Business and individual. Payroll. Tax returns. No charge for initial financial planning consultation. 856 905-8786 CKZ BOOKKEEPING Customized accounting and bookkeeping for individuals and businesses. 20 years’ experience. 856 858-2023 Cynthia Zippilli PARKER & RUSSO ASSOC. Small-business and financial consulting. Payroll. Individual, partnership, and corporate accounting and tax returns. 132 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield 856 795-7976 SINCLAIR ASSOCIATES LLC Tax and accounting service. Small business and individual. 101 Windsor Ave, Haddonfield 856 354-2266 APARTMENTS PEWTER VILLAGE COLLINGSWOOD Apartment community exclusively for adults aged 55+. 1058 Eldridge Avenue. 856 854-8878 ROGER’S WALK Brand new, one- and twobedroom apartments. 2100 Deal Drive, Mt. Laurel 856 778-1750 ARCHITECTS JAY REINERT Architectural design and project management for fine residential, commercial, retail. Historic preservation. (no “m”) 856 383-9003 THOMAS B WAGNER AIA Architecture, interior design, preservation, consulting. 856 795-4550 (Haddonfield) AUTO SERVICE GROVE AUTO SERVICE Foreign and domestic. ASE master technicians. 75 Grove Street, Haddonfield 856 616-8140 Jim or John PRO IMPORTS Specializing in repairs to all foreign cars. 309 Haddon Ave, Collingswood 856-751-9400 Tim Mauro BATH & KITCHEN DESIGN WEINSTEIN’S SHOWROOM Come in and browse our bath and kitchen designs. 816 Haddon Ave, Collingswood 856-833-1576 BATHTUB REFINISHING ARS TUB REFINISHING Quality workmanship 20 years tub and tile refinishing. 856 854-6350 Steve CHILD CARE NEIGHBORHOOD NANNIES In-home care. Full-time, parttime, temporary, occasional. Members, Int’l Nanny Assn. 856 795-5833 S. Costantino

CHIMNEY SWEEPS CLEAN SWEEP Chimney repairs and relining. Animal removal. Duct cleaning. 856 354-0675 546-4606 Harry Haeffner III PAUL’S CHIMNEY SERVICE Holiday special $99.99 for any fireplace, wood stove, or heater. No mess. References. 28 years. 888 587-1614 CHIROPRACTORS DR SHARI SALUCK From auto to sports injuries, arthritis or back pain, kids thru seniors. Handling all your needs. 340-A Haddon Ave, Westmont 856 833-9390C CLEANING SERVICES BUDGET CLEANING We take the industrial approach to cleaning your home! 609 792-8709 COVENANT CLEANING Residential and commercial. Dedicated to excellence. Affordable. Fully insured. 856 769-3536 Rich and Linda GREEN-N-CLEAN Concerned about your health? Call for a FREE 2-hour cleaning on your first service with our non-toxic products. 856 625-1094 Chrisoula HOME CLEANING SERVICES Reliable. Responsible. Reasonable rates. References. Free estimates. 856 770-9231 LINDA’S SPARKLING CLEANING Fall special. $80 whole house! 856 742-1862 Linda UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS OF HADDONFIELD Since 1980. Housework getting you down? Try us. You won’t be disappointed. Bonded. 856 428-9153 Stefanie Stevens COMPUTER SERVICES SIEBOLD IT SERVICES Certified residential computer repair, networking. Part-time hours, low rates. Haddonfield. 856 873-5821 Dan Siebold CONTRACTORS ANDRESEN CONSTRUCTION Historic restoration, additions, renovations. Kitchens, bathrooms, basements. Lic: NJ 13VH06508000 856 795-1480 CONCRETE ALL-PHASE MASONRY LLC Brick, block, concrete step repairs, pointing, pavers, patios, driveways. No job too small. Visa MasterCard. Insured. NJ Lic # 13VH00676600 856 933-1436 Carmen Sarno GABRIEL MURACA CONCRETE 30 years’ experience. Residential concrete, walks, driveways, curbs, patios, steps, and crack repairs. Reasonable rates. 856 423-6891 COUNSELING MIRIAM BRODERICK Counseling for individuals, couples, families. Substance abuse & addiction treatment. 856 520-8737 Haddonfield Miriam M Broderick MTS LCADC CCS DUCT SERVICES CLEAN SWEEP Duct cleaning. Chimney repairs and relining. Animal removal. 856 354-0675 546-4606 Harry Haeffner III

ELECTRICIANS CHET’S ELECTRIC LLC Residential design, repair, installation. Free estimates. All calls returned. Small jobs welcome. Insured, bonded. Lic: 15747 856 931-0201 Chet Rietheimer S & V ELECTRIC Residential, commercial, contracting. Design, repair, installation. Insured, bonded. Lic: 11797 856 786-7961 Randy Shipley SPOTLIGHT ELECTRIC LLC Residential, commercial. No job too small. We put your electrical needs in the “spotlight.” Insured, bonded. Lic: NJ 9484 PA: 37989 856 429-3339 Chris Davis GUTTER SERVICES CLEAN SWEEP Gutter cleaning and repairs. Chimney and duct cleaning. 856 354-0675, 546-4606 Harry Haeffner III FINANCIAL ADVISORS SCOTT GUTMAN Representing EdwardJones. Making sense of investing. 810 Haddon Ave, Collingswood 856-833-1099 JIM PECKA Member, Ed Slott Elite Advisor Group 36 Tanner Street, Haddonfield 856-354-0988 FRAMING TRAVELING FRAMER We give new customers $25 off first custom framing order. 554 Haddon Ave, Collingswood 856-854-3727 Stan FURNITURE REPAIR FURNITURE REPAIR SERVICE Free estimates. Upholstery, seams, springs, broken frames, recliner mechanisms, minor touch-up and leather repairs. 856 858-5620 Bob HAVE A SEAT CANING CO All types of seat weaving. Hand and pressed cane, natural and fibre. Rush and flat reed work Satisfaction guaranteed. 856 224-1047 Diane Wagner HANDYMEN & WOMEN BRIGHT STAR HANDYMAN Home maintenance since 1998. Repairs to remodeling. 856 858-2957; 856 448-6148 Lic: 13VH01392900 JOSEPH NEEL Christian handyman. No job too small. Local references. 609 405-5355 or 856 429-4495 NEIGHBORHOOD HANDYMAN Affordable, reliable. No job too small! Handyman/carpenter. Bob Kitch 609 922-0098 HOME HEALTH CARE FREEDOM/CAREMORE NJ’s premier home hleathcare resource. Licensed, bonded, insured. Free RN assessment. 856 346-4484 HOMEWATCH CAREGIVERS Hourly and live-in. Caregivers are insured, bonded, and licensed. 856 833-9449

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