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Bust a move for a club’s bottom line  Do you support a non-profit organization or club based in Haddonfield? Well, here’s your chance to strut your stuff and help line your favorite organization’s coffers. Could your non-profit use an extra $100? $250?$500? $1,000? Maybe even $2,000? Thanks to the generosity of one of its members, Dance Haddonfield is sponsoring a contest which aims to strengthen Haddonfield non-profits. For six months – beginning on Feb 1 – those who sign in at Dance Haddonfield’s Sunday night soirées will also be asked to indicate the name of their favorite Haddonfield non-profit organization. The winning organizations will be the ones that garner the most votes by Jul 31. Ten organizations will waltz away with cash awards ranging from $100 to $2,000.

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 All aboard! The Delaware and Susquehanna Model Railroad Club has announced the dates of its next model train show. Save these dates: Fri Jan 25 (5 to 8pm), Sat Jan 26 (10am to 5pm), and Sun Jan 27 (12n to 4pm). The show will be held at the Heights Municipal Building. To learn more about the club, turn to page 9. For more Haddon Heights events, see p. 6 to 9.

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Wondering about Walt Whitman?

 During its business meeting on Tue Jan 15, the Evening Membership Department of the Haddon Fortnightly will present a program on celebrated poet Walt Whitman at the Fortnightly Clubhouse (Kings Hwy E and Grove Street, Haddonfield). All are welcome. Whitman worked as a journalist, a teacher, a government clerk, as well as a volunteer nurse during the Civil War. He was born on Long Island but moved to Camden after a suffering a stroke toward the end of his life. His first major work, Leaves of Grass, was published in 1855. Several revised editions followed. The meeting will begin at 7:30pm. The President of the Friends of Walt Whitman, David Stedman, will discuss the American poet and the Walt Whitman House. Refreshments will be served following the meeting.

Next, at Jersey Java:

 If it’s going to take more than a good cup of coffee to bring you out of hibernation, consider stopping by Jersey Java & Tea (140 Haddon Ave N, Haddonfield) for a special event, or two! • Fri Dec 28 – Author Christian Giudice will be on hand to discuss and sign copies of his most recent book, Beloved Warrior: The Rise and Fall of Alexis Argüello. Giudice grew up in Haddonfield and graduated from Haddonfield Memorial High School in 1992. His first book was Hands of Stone: The Life and Legend of Roberto Duran. An educator as well as an author, Giudice currently resides in Charlotte NC. • Sat Dec 29 – The Blind Squirrels will wow the crowd from 7 to 9pm. • Mon Dec 31 – Revel at Jersey Java & Tea while welcoming 2013. A slew of free events will take place beginning at 6pm with children’s activities. Stop by with your brood for games, face painting, tattoos, and some complementary hot chocolate. At 9pm, the One Step Back Band will take center stage. Visitors will enjoy free hot chocolate, live music, a roaring fire in the fireplace, and a chance to win door prizes. 428-0707

Try tai chi

 Tai chi continues to be offered each Monday from 9:30 to 11am at the Haddonfield United Methodist Church. Practice the fluid movements of tai chi to build strength, balance, and flexibility. Classes cost $10 each (at the door). Students should wear loose clothing. 429-0403

Get connected

 A support group for those who are unemployed and looking for work meets on the first Thursday of each month, at 8:30am, at the Haddonfield Methodist Church. Network while benefitting from group support. 429-0403

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Dance for dollars with your friend and neighbors during Dance Haddonfield’s upcoming contest.

When was the last time you got up and danced?

• Haddonfield Public Library’s GINGER O’MALLEY revealed that she and her husband, Jack, recently cut a rug at Tavistock Country Club.

• KATHY METRICK recalled dancing “while listening to music at home.” A fan of most types of music, Kathy confessed, “It was probably to something fast and loud ... accompanied by plenty of ‘Oh, Moms!’ from my kids!” Kathy is a librarian at the Haddonfield Public Library. • Haddonfield residents PEG MILNER and EILEEN SANVILLE recalled different dancing experiences. “I went to a Zumba class in the summer ... I do wish I could dance better!” Peg laughed. Eileen thinks she last danced “at a friend’s daughter’s wedding.”

• Haddonfield’s JIM WRIGHT last danced at his office Christmas party.“I learned how to do the mummer’s strut!” he reported.

• Thanks to Dance Haddonfield, MARIE MARGOT regularly dances with her friends and neighbors. She also and recently danced at “the Candlelight Ballroom in Cherry Hill.” (Marie’s favorite? The tango!)

• Haddonfield librarian JOAN MORRISON recently enjoyed a dance with her boyfriend. “It was in my living room two weeks ago while listening to Pandora,” she recalled.

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Breakfast and books

 The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield’s Women’s Book and Breakfast at the Bistro group will meet on Fri Jan 4, at 10am, to discuss Yann Martel’s Life of Pi. The Bistro is located at 59 Kings Hwy E in Haddonfield.

Explore residential rain gardens with the Garden Club

 The Haddonfield Garden Club will meet at the First Baptist Church of Haddonfield (124 Kings Hwy E) on Tue Jan 8 at 12n. Mike Haperland, an environmental agent for Rutgers University, will present a program titled “Exploring Residential Rain Gardens for a Pollinator Habitat.” The program is free and open to the public. For information and directions, e-mail

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Coming to an arts center near you ...

 Markeim Arts Center (104 Walnut Ave, Haddonfield) will host a Members’ and Faculty Exhibition from Fri Jan 4 thru Fri Feb 1. This exhibition will provide an opportunity for the public to view and purchase work by Markeim members and faculty. An opening reception will be held on Fri Jan 11 from 7 to 9pm. To view a prospectus, visit markeimartscenter. org or call 429-8585 for details.

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 Bancroft, a nonprofit leader in programs for people with neurological challenges, conducts free developmental disabilities workshops. The workshops provide education and training for parents and professionals. 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 are held on Wednesdays, from 6:30 to 8:30pm, in the Farrington Building on Bancroft’s Haddonfield Campus (425 Kings Hwy E). A workshop titled “Integrating and Encouraging Augmentative Communications Devices Across Settings” will be offered on Jan 16. To register, e-mail patricia.reid@bancroft. org. For a list of upcoming workshops, visit

 The General Club of the Haddon Fortnightly will welcome 2013 with a Winter Luncheon and Card Party on Fri Jan 11, at 11:30am, at the Clubhouse (Kings Hwy E at Grove Street, Haddonfield). Tickets cost $13. For additional information and reservations call Pat Schultz at 795-7030. All are welcome. In the event of inclement weather, the Winter Luncheon and Card Party will be held on Fri Jan 18.

Super-citizen suspense is building  Mayor Tish Colombi will present the Citizen of the Year Award – honoring exceptional dedication to the betterment of the Borough – at the 41st annual Mayor’s Breakfast, sponsored by the Lions Club. The tasty tradition is scheduled for Sat Jan 19 at the Presbyterian Church (20 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield). The event will start at 9am. During the breakfast, Mayor Tish Colombi will also give the State of the Borough Address. The cost of the meal – served by Lions Club members – is $7 at the door. Plan on attending? Be sure to bring old eyeglasses, cell phones, and hearing aides for recycling. Donations for the Food Pantry at the John B Young Memorial Blind Center in Absecon will also be collected. The Lions Club is a service organization which aids those in need, both locally and globally, while also supporting the community. The group holds several events throughout the year, including the Flea Market, Pancake Breakfast, Pasta Bowl, and the Lizzy Haddon Invitational Basketball Tournament. For further details, visit

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 The Haddonfield Human Relations Commission will hold its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Commemoration on Mon Jan 21. The commission invites the public to gather at Jersey Java & Tea (140 Haddon Ave N, Haddonfield) at 6:30pm for a candlelight/flashlight commemorative walk to Haddonfield Borough Hall (242 Kings Hwy E) beginning at 7pm. A short program on the steps of Borough Hall will honor the ideals of Dr King as well as the Haddonfield community’s tricentennial. The program – which will take place beginning at approximately 7:20pm – will include remarks (local community leaders and clergy are invited) and music performed by a choir from Haddonfield Memorial High School. For more information, e-mail


Regift with Rotary

 Finding the perfect gift is not easy. Receiving the perfect gift can prove to be just as difficult! The Rotary Club of Haddonfield can put your unwanted gifts to good use. Regifting to Rotary is guiltless, anonymous, and easy. Simply brown-bag your unwanted loot and drop it off at Wells Fargo Bank (99 North Haddon Ave, Haddonfield) before Sat Feb 2. The Rotary will convert your donations into cash and use the money to support a variety of community projects.

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Let’s Party Like Its 1713! Throughout 2013, Haddonfield will celebrate the 300th anniversary of its settlement by Elizabeth Haddon and her husband John Estaugh. Events and activities are planned for the entire year! • Saturday, January 19 – 9 to 11am

Mayor’s Breakfast and Citizen of the Year Award Presented by the Lions Club. Presbyterian Church. $7 • Sunday, January 27 – 2 to 5pm

Meeting for Worship

Presented by the Historical Society and Haddonfield Friends Meeting. Quakers will give a brief introduction to their history and beliefs, then lead a shortened Meeting for Worship. Afterwards, all will be invited for tea and biscuits and to view a presentation of reproduction period clothing. Friends Meetinghouse, Friends Avenue. $Free • Saturday, February 9 – 2pm

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 The Haddonfield United Methodist Church, located at 29 Warwick Road, is making the most of the winter months: • Need a night out? Your Saving Grace, a Friday-evening childcare program at the church, will be held on Jan 4 from 6 to 9pm. For details, call Leslie Robinson at 429-0403. • A new session of the church’s popular Alpha series will begin on Tue Jan 15. Facilitated by Connie Windus, the program will last for 10 weeks. Alpha is intended for new and seasoned Christians who wish to strengthen their beliefs in a relaxed environment. The first discussion will begin at 7:15pm in room 308. To register call Connie Windus at 795-0563 or the church office 429-0403. • On Sun Jan 20, beginning at 11:45am, the church will host a program called “A Conversation with the Pastors” for those who are considering joining the church. Guests will enjoy lunch, fellowship, and conversation. The program will conclude at approximately 2:30pm. • Save the date! A fundraising luncheon will be held on Sun Jan 27. Proceeds will benefit the church’s mission trip to the Dominican Republic. The menu will feature Dominican food (not spicy). Stay tuned to What’s On for details or call 429-0403. • The annual United Methodist Women Luncheon will be held on Thu Feb 7 beginning at 12n. Retired dentist Dr. John Martin will address the group. Dr. Martin will discuss his work in underserved places, both at home and around the world. All are welcome – including men! Reservations for the catered luncheon ($8.50) must be made by Mon Feb 4. Call Ginny Dengler at 428-5317.

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 The Haddon Heights Volunteer Ambulance Corps supports the efforts of the Emergency Medical Service team in providing service to the residents of Haddon Heights, Audubon, and Audubon Park. To volunteer, or to make a donation, call 546-9575.

That’s Heightstory!

 The next general meeting of the Haddon Heights Historical Society will be held on Mon Jan 28, at 7pm, at the Haddon Heights Public Library (608 Station Ave). During the meeting, Past President Margaret Westfield will discuss the strategic placing of Historical Society signs around the borough. Refreshments will be provided. For details, visit The society is a 501(c)3 organization. Send charitable donations to Haddon Heights Historical Society, PO Box 118, Haddon Heights, 08035.

Here’s your ticket to ride

 The West Jersey Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society meets on the 4th Monday of the month (except in July, August, and December) at 7:30pm on the first floor of the Haddon Heights Municipal Building (625 Station Ave). Guests are always welcome to attend. The society’s next meeting will be held on Mon Jan 28. Members will welcome Michael Froio, a noted local railroad photographer. Froio will present photos and information about the Philadelphia and Main Line areas. The West Jersey Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society recently published a 144-page history of the Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines. The book, by Frederick Kramer, will be available at the meeting for $20. 547-5324

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 Adults: The Borough of Haddon Heights offers recreation and educational programs just for you! Classes are held at the Community Center (321 Seventh Ave) or at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W). To register, visit or call 5462585. Coming up: • Adult Board Games Club – Bring your favorite games to the Community Center on Wednesday afternoons, from Jan 9 thru Feb 27. Free weekly meetings will be held from 12:30 to 2:30pm at the Community Center. • Genealogy for Beginners – Learn how to climb your family tree on Tue Jan 15, at 7pm, at the Cabin. $10 resident; $12 non-resident. • Intro to Social Media – Learn the ins and outs of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Good Reads, and more on Thu Jan 19, at 7pm, at the Cabin. $10 resident; $12 non-resident. • Women’s Health – Learn what foods can promote hormone balance, vibrant skin, heart health, and strong bones. This class will be held on Thu Jan 24, from 7 to 8:30pm, at the Cabin. $10 resident; $12 non-resident. • Preparing for the Philadelphia Flower Show – Who needs to travel? Exhibitors will recreate some of England’s well-known landmarks and gardens in Philadelphia this spring. Learn how to prepare your greenery for display in the Horticort. The class will be held on Tue Jan 29, at 7pm, in the Cabin. $12 resident; $15 non-resident. • Self Defence for Women – Learn basic self defence from Officer Lou Baselice on Thu Feb 7, at 7pm, at the Cabin. $12 resident; $15 non-resident. • Caring for Orchids – Keep your orchid looking ethereal with a class at the Cabin. Learn the basics on Tue Feb 19 beginning at 7am. $12 resident; $15 non-resident. • Wood Chip Carving – Learn everything you ever wanted to know about wood chip carving on Thu Feb 28, beginning at 7pm, at the Cabin. This class costs $20 resident; $25 non-resident. Students must buy a carving knife ($30).

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Haddon Heights’ kids’ zone

 The Borough of Haddon Heights offers recreation and educational programs for every member of the family. Classes are held at the Community Center (321 Seventh Ave) or at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W).To register, visit or call 546-2585. Check out the following: • Zumba for Teens – Kids, ages 16 and up, will learn to dance their way to health at the Community Center. This upbeat class will be offered on Tuesday afternoons, from Jan 8 thru Feb 26, at 4pm. $30 resident; $35 non-resident. • Fitness for Kids – Kick your couch to the curb! Children will increase their endurance, athleticism, and confidence through games and sports. Beginning on Jan 9, six- thru eight-year-olds will meet on Wednesday afternoons, from 4 to 5pm, at the Community Center. $20 resident; $25 non-resident. • Acting for Beginners – Nurture your child’s creativity. This class will take place on Thursday afternoons at 4pm, from Jan 10 thru Feb 28, at the Cabin. $20 resident; $25 non-resident. Class maximum: 15. Ages: nine to 13 years.

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 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.

It’s just lunch!

 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. Call Rose Fitzgerald at 5473950 if you require transportation. Reconnect with friends while supporting businesses in Haddon Heights this winter! Next: • (Wed) Jan 2 – Kunkel’s Seafood & Steakhouse (920 Kings Hwy, 547-1225) • Jan 8 – Village Cheese Shop & Bistro (516 Station Ave, 310-0827) • Jan 15 – Station House Restaurant (602 Station Ave, 547-5517) • Jan 22 – Anthony’s Creative Italian Cuisine (512 Station Ave, 310-7766) • Jan 22 – Elements (517 Station Ave, 546-8840)

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Theatre focus

 The Village Playbox, a community theatre troupe based in Haddon Heights, will continue its 73rd season with Lies & Legends: The Musical Stories of Harry Chapin. When singer-songwriter Harry Chapin died he left legacy of song. Perhaps his best- known was the immortal “The Cat’s In The Cradle.” Chapin was first and foremost a storyteller. He celebrated the extraordinary lives of ordinary folk, reminding listeners of the emotions we share. Lies & Legends features many of the most theatrical of Chapin’s musical stories. Performances will take place on Friday and Saturday evenings thru Feb 1 thru Feb 16 at 8pm. A matinee will take place on Sun Feb 10 at 3pm. The Playbox’s 73rd season will conclude with Moon Over Buffalo in May. For ticket information, visit or e-mail info@



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 Many tea enthusiasts view tea as a form of meditation and a way to savor life. RendezVous, located at 531 Station Ave in Haddon Heights, encourages you to savor the benefits of tea on weekday afternoons. Tuesdays thru Fridays, between 3 and 5pm, Rendez-Vous serves high-quality whole-leaf tea and homemade finger foods in a elegant setting – complete with special teacups, teapots, silverware. Ten-percent of the proceeds from the afternoon tea sales benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

are you already thinking summer?

 Rest assured, Haddon Heights’ Summer Recreation Program will be held in 2013. The program will combine crafts, games, science experiments, sport instruction, and supervised play for children entering kindergarten thru sixth grade next fall. Summer Rec takes place at Haddon Heights’ Hoffs Park. The program will run from 8:30 to 11:30am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in late-June and July. The fee is $50 per week for residents; $75 per week for non-residents. Remember: Summer Rec weeks make great gifts for little campers! Contact Kathy Lange, Director of Parks and Recreation at 546-4852 for more information. Save-a-Spot Forms are available in December’s Haddon Heights Newsletter.

Good times in Heights

 Senior citizens: The following groups meet regularly in the Senior Room at the Community Center (321 Seventh Ave, Haddon Heights), unless otherwise noted. • Mah-Jongg – Experienced players are welcome to jump in on Friday and Monday afternoons from 12:30 to 2:30pm (except Dec 28, Dec 31, and Jan 4). • Bridge Club – This club gets together on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, from 12:30 to 3pm. • Senior Community Table – Seniors gather at area eateries on Tuesdays between 11:30am and 1:30pm. See page 7 for a venue listing. • Men’s Cards, Cake, and Coffee – Men of all ages are welcome to attend meetings on Friday mornings, at 9am, at the Community Center. Enjoy a few games of cards while engaging in friendly discussion. • Book Club – Read and share on the 2nd Tuesday of each month! A new book club is starting in Heights, so it’s the perfect time to jump in. On Tue Jan 8, seniors will discuss The Buddha in the Attic by Julie Otsuka at the Haddon Heights Library. For further details about these programs, call 547-3950.

Turn up the heat this winter!

 Maintain your beach body year-round with Haddon Heights’ latest fitness offerings. Try one (or more!) of the following: • Zumba – You’re sure to sizzle with this fast-paced, dynamic workout. Zumba is a Latin-flavored dance and fitness program that combines musical rhythms and dance steps to tone and sculpt from head to toe. A class will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays, from Mon Jan 7 thru Wed Feb 27, at 6pm. Another class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from Tue Jan 8 thru Thu Mar 7, at 7:15pm. All Zumba classes are held at the Community Center (321 Seventh Ave). One night per week: The cost is $35 for residents; $40 for non-residents. Two nights per week: The cost is $70 for residents; $75 for non-residents. • Tai Chi – Center yourself through stretching patterns, gentle movement, and coordinated breathing. Eight weekly Monday-morning sessions will be held beginning on Jan 7 at 11:30am at the Community Center. The cost is $55 for residents; $60 for non-residents. • Why not give Piloxing a whirl? Classes will be held at the Community Center on Wednesdays – from Jan 9 thru Feb 27 – at 7:15pm. $40 for residents; $45 for non-residents. • Gentle Yoga & Meditation – Learn to manage life stressors using timehonored techniques. Classes will take place on Wednesday evenings, from Jan 9 thru Feb 27, at 6:15pm at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W). • Yoga – Cultivate inner-peace by linking breath and movement with Vinyasa Flow. Classes will be held on Wednesdays (7:30pm) and Saturdays (9am) from Jan 9 thru Mar 2. One day per week: The cost is $50 for residents; $55 for non-residents. Two days per week: The cost is $100 for residents; $105 for non-residents. • Zumba Toning – Take your Zumba fitness regime to a whole new level! The class will meet on Thursdays from Jan 10 thru Feb 28 at 6pm at the Community Center. The cost is $30 for residents; $35 for non-residents. • Abs and Lower Body – Take your core to the next level! 45-minute classes will be held at the Community Center on Tuesdays, from Jan 8 thru Feb 26, at 6:30pm. • Low Impact Aerobics/Cardio – Elevate your heart rate without traumatizing your joints! This class is designed for adults who are 55-plus. Classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from Jan 8 thru Feb 28, at 10am. One day per week: The cost is $25 for residents; $30 for non-residents. Two days per week: The cost is $50 for residents; $55 for non-residents. For details and registration materials, visit

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 A reading and discussion group, Haddonfield Great Books, has resumed. Meetings are held at the Haddon Heights Library (608 Station Ave), from 7:15 to 8:45pm, on various Mondays. Most readings are from Great Conversations II available at Here’s the schedule: • Mon Jan 14 – The Plague of Doves by Louise Erdrich. • Mon Jan 28 – Physics and World Philosophy by Max Planck. 655-8085

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 STEPS – Special Teachers, Exceptional Parents and Students – is a support group for parents and educators who are involved with children with special needs and/or learning difficulties in the Haddon Heights School District (Barrington, Haddon Heights and Lawnside). STEPS strives to support parents in their efforts to oversee their child’s education and advocate effectively. STEPS sponsors speakers, workshops, and support sessions for parents throughout the school year. Generally, meetings are held on the first Monday of each month from 7:30 to 9:30pm (no meeting in January). Meetings are held in the Glenview Elementary School library, located at 1700 Sycamore Street in Haddon Heights. An Individualized Education Program (IEP) workshop will be held on Mon Feb 4. For information, visit

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 The Delaware and Susquehanna Model Railroad Club has announced its next model train show. Save these dates: Fri Jan 25 (5 to 8pm), Sat Jan 26 (10am to 5pm), and Sun Jan 27 (12n to 4pm). The show will be held at the Heights Municipal Building. The Delaware and Susquehanna Model Railroad Club is an HOscale model railroad club made up of locals who enjoy modeling the historic railroads of the northeastern United States. Meetings are held at the Haddon Heights Train Station (535 Station Ave) on Wednesdays at 7pm. The Delaware and Susquehanna Model Railroad Club 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are used to maintain the Haddon Heights Train Station, which was built in 1895. Do your part to maintain this historic structure. Send donations payable to Delaware and Susquehanna Model Railroad Club, 535 Station Ave, Haddon Heights, 08035.

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Bancroft Referendum

Referendum for Proposed Purchase of Bancroft Property by the Haddonfield Board of Education On Tuesday, January 22, 2013, Haddonfield residents will have a voice in regard to the School District’s Bancroft Bond Referendum.

On the east (county park) side of Hopkins Lane, the Board of Education would: • Reserve land for future educational purposes • Demolish non-historic For the past two years, the buildings Board of Education, Borough • Grade and seed the officials, and residents have This historically viewed property utilizing active/passive participated in numerous public referendum also seeks to open space grant funding meetings and discussions create opportunities to develop • Provide the Borough about the future of this 19.2On the west (high school) a community-based high with the land necessary to acre Bancroft property that is school campus. Currently, side of Hopkins Lane, the Board meet legal obligations for ten directly adjacent to our high Haddonfield Memorial High of Education would: affordable housing units. school. As a school district, we School has the smallest per• Reserve land for future have listened, gained input, acre facility of all schools in educational purposes The Board of Education and and met with many Borough the Colonial Conference. As a • Construct one multithe Borough of Haddonfield residents and stakeholders. Board of Education and school purpose athletic field and have received commitments for district leaders, we have a related site parking grants from the NJ Department As a result of this community responsibility to plan for the • Preserve historic buildings of Environmental Protection’s dialogue, the District’s future and we are concerned • Demolish non-historic Green Acres Program and referendum includes a Vision that our high school and school buildings. Camden County’s Open Space for the Future for the entire district are both land-locked. Fund for a total $3.5 million. This money will reduce the Existing walking Outline of Borough New New Open space for future educational, amount needed to be raised trails (on Borough Bancroft property athletic field recreational, and athletic needs, through the sale of bonds. and Bancroft Block 14 property)

community – a proposal based upon creating opportunities to address not only future educational, athletic, and recreational needs, but historic preservation and open space matters as well.

(Anniversary Field)



Lot 2

The Bancroft property is composed of two lots, one on each side of Hopkins Lane. The lot on the west side adjoins the high school. The lot on the east side adjoins parkland owned by the County of Camden. The proposal calls for acquiring the parcel (total area approximately 19.2 acres).

and to meet Borough’s affordable housing obligation (10 units)




The maximum value of the bonds to be issued in conjunction with this referendum is $12.5 million. The annual cost over 20 years for a property assessed at the Borough average of $491,000 will be approximately $189. New off-street parking will substantially lessen congestion on the streets near the high school as well as around Radnor Field and Centennial Field (since use of those grass fields will be reduced once the new turf field is in use). The members of the Board of Education unanimously approved the resolution authorizing this referendum on December 13, 2012.


Outline of Bancroft Block 13 Lot 26

Potential future educational facility (use to be determined)

New parking: 127 spaces

Historic New buildings parking: (to be kept) 128 spaces

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Bancroft Referendum


The Referendum Proposal and Explanatory Statement PROPOSAL


The Board of Education of the Borough of Haddonfield, in the County of Camden, New Jersey (“School District”), is authorized to:

Approval of the Proposal will provide authorization for the School District, acting in conjunction with the Borough, the New Jersey Green Acres Program, the Camden County Open Space and Farmland Program and the Borough’s Open Space Program, to acquire approximately 19.2 acres of property along Kings Highway (commonly known as the Bancroft Property) for educational use, athletic and recreational use and open space.

(a) undertake for lawful school purposes, a capital improvement program consisting of: (i) the acquisition of up to approximately 19.223 acres located along Kings Highway and divided by Hopkins Lane identified as Block 13, Lot 25 and Block 14, Lot 2 on the Official Tax Map of the Borough of Haddonfield, County of Camden, New Jersey and the demolition of certain existing facilities and buildings thereon; (ii) the construction of one Multi-Purpose Athletic Field and related facilities and site parking on a portion of Block 13, Lot 25, with the balance of the land reserved for future educational purposes; (iii) the grading and seeding of Block 14, Lot 2 for future educational purposes, activelpassive open space and additional site parking, together with the completion of all work and improvements necessary to make the existing property compatible with the proposed improvements and renovations; and (iv) the preservation of certain historic structures on Block 13, Lot 25; (b) acquire furniture, fixtures and equipment for said improvements and renovations;

The maximum amount of bonds of the School District to be issued is limited to $12,500,000, with the balance of the funding necessary for the land acquisition to be provided through the above-referenced grant programs. Approval of the Proposal will also authorize the School District to issue the short-term notes to complete the land acquisition pending payment of the grant funds. The School District and the Borough will enter into a Shared Services Agreement with respect to the utilization of the Bancroft Property and related matters. Under said agreement, the School District is also obligated, if and when required, to convey sufficient acreage to the Borough for the construction of ten (10) affordable housing units. Said land transfer will not impact the intended utilization of the remaining Bancroft Property.

(c) expend for all the foregoing an amount not to exceed $12,500,000; and


(d) issue bonds of the School District for said project in an amount not to exceed $12,500,000.

Elected members of the Board of Education will be happy to answer them for you.

The School District through the Borough has received grant commitments from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Green Acres Program, the Camden County Open Space & Farmland Preservation Program and the Borough’s Open Space Fund in the aggregate amount of $3,500,000, which funds will be used to acquire certain of the property described above for preservation as recreation and open space. The School District is authorized to issue its temporary notes in an amount not to exceed $3,500,000, on an interim basis, in anticipation of payment of the above-referenced grant funds.

• Steve Weinstein President

This project is not eligible for State support through the Department of Education.

Superintendent of Schools

• Glenn Moramarco Vice President • Andrew Berlin • Joseph Ehrhardt • Maureen Eyles

• Drew Hansen

• Dennis Kelleher

• Cheryl Laney

• Heather Paoli

• Richard Perry

Referendum Date and Times • Tuesday, January 22, 2013

7am to 9pm

 STRIDES – Support, Training and Resources in Developing Exceptional Students – is a support group for parents of students with special learning needs. Raising a child or children with special needs can be overwhelming. STRIDES holds monthly meetings to provide support and training, and to raise awareness throughout the community. STRIDES is open to parents in Haddonfield and the neighboring towns. Meetings are held in the Haddonfield Middle School/Central School Library (5 Lincoln Ave). On Tue Jan 8, from 7:30 to 8:30pm, Haddonfield Middle School Principal Dr Gino Priolo will discuss the transitioning from elementary to middle school. From 8:30 to 9:30am, school psychologist Dr Jessica Anderson will present an interactive discussion titled “Building Friendship Skills with Your Child.” Parents and caregivers will learn how to foster the skills needed to improve and increase social interactions. Anderson practiced as a psychologist in NJ public schools for seven years before transitioning to private practice and teaching graduate classes. She holds a doctoral degree in psychology from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and a master’s degree in school psychology from Fordham University, Lincoln Center. For more information about the group, call Maria Forbes at 5710526 or e-mail



Care to purchase a paver?

 For two years, the Haddonfield Turf Field Committee has been working tirelessly to improve the borough’s playing fields. Care to become a part of the community-wide effort to improve Haddonfield’s athletic facilities? Leave your legacy at HMHS by purchasing an engraved paver to adorn the walkway leading to the turf field. Pavers are a powerful way to show your family’s support, honor the memory of a loved one, or commemorate an accomplishment. Pavers may be purchased, and donations may be made, at 609-706-9750

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Need a musical interlude?

 Music lovers have a lot to sing about. The Arts at Grace Music Series at Grace Church in Haddonfield is part of the newly formed Haddonfield Center & School for the Performing Arts (HCSPA). The Haddonfield Center & School for the Performing Arts’ 2012-2013 season is underway. For ticket information, call 685-9226, e-mail, or visit Coming up: Savor an evening of organ music on Sat Jan 19 beginning at 7pm. HCSPA will welcome Vernon Williams, an organist and composer who serves as the director of music at Trinity Episcopal Church in Moorestown. Williams has studied organ at the University of Alabama, the University of Notre Dame, and in his hometown of Syracuse NY. Williams will play the church’s Austen-Walker organ during his Haddonfield debut. Tickets for this program cost $15 for adults; children 12 and under will enter for free. A complementary meet-the-artist reception will follow the concert.


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Theatre notes:

 The folks at Plays & Players are greeting 2013 with a full schedule! • Plays & Players will take part in Haddonfield’s First Night Celebration on Mon Dec 31. The theatre will present One Day More, a Musical Tribute in the sanctuary at the Haddonfield United Methodist Church at 6pm and at 7:30pm. The show will explore the themes of courage and promise found in Broadway’s most enduring and popular scores. Audiences will be treated to stirring vocal arrangements from Les Miserables, Wicked, West Side Story, and Evita. Tickets for first night are $15 and may be purchased through the First Night Web site, or by contacting the Haddonfield Information Center at 216-7253. • Plays & Players’ next board meeting will be held on Wed Jan 2, at 7:30pm, at the theatre. All are welcome to attend board meetings. Get involved! • God of Carnage will take the main stage from Thu Jan 10 thru Sat Jan 26. For details, see page 17. • Register your aspiring actors for StageKidz and StageTeenies’ winter/ spring camps at Plays and Players. In March, the troupes will present The Little Mermaid. Space is limited. Only 35 registrants will be accepted for StageKidz (ages eight thru 15) and 10 for StageTeenies (ages four thru seven). Both programs are supervised by full-time teachers with theatre experience. StageKidz and StageTeenies will begin on Sat Jan 12. For more information, visit



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What’s On the Market

Bargain alert

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

Munchkins at Markeim

 The MAC Pack’s Winter Session will begin during the week of Mon Jan 7. The MAC Pack is a program for children, ages three- to six-years old, which features a structured art-, movement-, and music-based curriculum. The MAC Pack meets at Markeim Arts Center (104 Walnut Street, Haddonfield) on Tuesday and Friday mornings and on Wednesday afternoons. Students will be exposed to painting, clay, movement, yoga, drama, dancing, crafts, story time, games, and music. Details: 429-8585.

Think spring!

 The annual Haddon Fortnightly Home and Garden Tour may not be until Fri May 3, but the club has already started househunting! If you are interested in opening your heart and home – or your spring garden – to those registered for the tour, call Tina at 428-0294. Haddonfield residents, and those living in the surrounding communities, are encouraged to volunteer their homes and gardens. The proceeds from the annual tour are used to help maintain the clubhouse at the corner of Grove Street and Kings Highway E in Haddonfield.


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Breakfast and books

 The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield’s Women’s Book and Breakfast at the Bistro group will meet on Fri Jan 4, at 10am, to discuss Yann Martel’s Life of Pi. The Bistro is located at 59 Kings Hwy E in Haddonfield.

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 Haddonfield United Methodist Church’s Saturdaynighters typically meet on the second Saturday of each month at the church (29 Warwick Road). Potluck suppers begin at 6:30pm. Up next: On Jan 12, the Saturdaynighters will welcome archaeologist Jeffrey Norcross, curator of the South Jersey Museum of American History in Glassboro. The speaking program will begin at approximately 7:45pm. Guests are asked to bring a covered dish to share and $7 to cover expenses. All are welcome. Call 428-6458 to reserve a space.

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 Bancroft’s 20th annual Butterfly Ball will be held on Sat Feb 9 at The Merion (1301 Route 130 S, Cinnaminson NJ). Based in Haddonfield, Bancroft annually serves 1,300 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries. The celebration will pay tribute to the honorees of the past 20 years. In addition, the Margaret Bancroft Award will be given to Sheldon and Barbara Berkman. The Corporate and Community Leadership Award will be given to Rob Curley of TD Bank. Special Guests will include Michael Barkann of the Comcast Sports Network. For further information and details about sponsorship opportunities, contact Deb Conner at 524-7023 or e-mail butterflyball@ For ticket information, visit ways_to_give/events.



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Save the date!

 The Tri-State Jazz Society will continue to sponsor concerts at  Get ready for continued from page 1 Haddonfield United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall (29 Warwick Road). spaghetti – and The Jazz Society will welcome 2013 in Haddonfield with a concert meatballs too! The You – and your featuring Marty Grosz & The Hot Winds on Sun Jan 13 (2 to 5pm). Haddonfield Lions friends and neighbors General admission for each Tri-State Jazz Society concert is $20. However, Club’s annual Pasta – can vote for your admission to your first Tri-State Jazz Society concert will be $10. If you Bowl and Basket favorite organization decide to become a member ($20 per year), admission to future concerts Auction will be held each time you register will cost you just $10 per show. High school and college students with ID on Sun Mar 3. and pay to attend a – and children with paying adults – are always admitted for free. Stay tuned to weekly dance. The Tri-State Jazz Society was formed in 1988. It is a nonprofit What’s On, or visit The dance floor at, Grace Church (19 Kings organization dedicated to the preservation and presentation of traditional jazz. For a full concert schedule, visit for details. Hwy E, Haddonfield) heats up each Sunday evening, between 6 and 7pm, with an intermediate dance lesson. From 7 to 8pm,  The public is invited to lunch with members beginner lessons are of the Kiwanis Club of the Haddons in 2013. The offered. Then, from 8 club will welcome the following guest speakers to 10:30pm, dancers this winter: show off their skills • On Fri Jan 11, the President and CEO of The during Open Dancing. South Jersey Eye Center in Camden, Mary Ann For $17, you can remain Ragone, will address the group. on the dance floor all • On Fri Jan 18, the founder of the Wish Upon evening (those who a Hero Foundation, Dave Girgenti, will take center wish to stay for only the stage. intermediate lesson pay • On Fri Feb 1, the club will welcome a Pulitzer$12). Prize winning journalist, Haddonfield resident You will be able to Michael Vitez. A writer for the Philadelphia track your non-profit’s Inquirer, Vitez will discuss his newest book, The vote tally by visiting Road Back: A Journey of Grace and Grit. dancehaddonfield. The Kiwanis Club meets on Fridays from 12:15 org each week. The to 1:30pm at Tavistock Country Club. A threeHaddonfield noncourse lunch is served for $12.50. If you would profit with the most like to attend a meeting, e-mail Club Secretary votes at the end of Jack Wilson at the six-month period Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers will win $2,000. The dedicated to changing the world – one child and second-place winner one community at a time. Those who wish to will receive $1,000; 3rd, enhance the lives of children in our community $500; 4th and 5th, $250; are welcome to join. During its Annual Luncheon and 6th thru 10th, $100. on December 19, 2012, the In the event of a tie, Dance Haddonfield will Rotary Club of Haddonfield continue the contest presented its for an additional week, but only for those Service Above Self Award  You may find heading back to the classroom a organizations that are delight thanks to the fun choices offered by the to tied. The contest will Adult School. continue until all ties Broaden your horizons with classes such William W. Reynolds Jr. are broken. as Italian, Estate Planning Boot Camp, An “in recognition of his extraordinary Each organization Introduction to Craft Beers, Watercolor, may win only once, service as a member of the Meditation 101, Excel, Cooking, Photography, including all affiliates Opera Appreciation, and more. Haddonfield Public Library board of and branches. NonNew classes include: Family Travel; River trustees (43 years, including 28 years profits need not Cruising; Tarot Reading; and advanced classes in formally enter the Photo Organization, Guitar, and Meditation. as president), as a charter member contest. They will be Don’t have much time? Course lengths range of The Haddonfield Foundation entered automatically from one day to an entire semester in order to (including 25 years as president), when a registered accommodate even the busiest of schedules. dancer designates There’s more good news: The Adult School isn’t and as a devoted member of the them. just for adults! Wallet-friendly classes for children Rotary Club of Haddonfield See you on the dance are also offered (tennis, golf, and art). floor! (40 years).” A course brochure with class descriptions, times, dates, and costs is available on the Adult School’s Web site. In the photo: Roger Dunnavan, president Walk-In Registration will be held on Mon of the Rotary Club of Haddonfield (left) Jan 14 in the High School’s Main Office from with Bill Reynolds. 6:30 to 8:30pm. Students can also register via mail by downloading a registration form at 428-4433

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Plays & Players’ production of God of Carnage will dominate the theatre’s stage from Thu Jan 10 thru Sat Jan 26. Watch what happens when a playground altercation between two 11-year-old boys brings together two sets of Brooklyn parents to resolve the issue. Diplomatic niceties are observed at first. But as the night progresses – and the rum flows – tensions emerge, the gloves come off, and the tantrums begin. The night of name calling leaves the couples with more than just their liberal principles in tatters. God of Carnage won a Tony Award for Best Play in 2009. A preview show will take place on Thu Jan 10 at 7:30pm ($12). Shows will take place on Friday and Saturday evenings, thru Jan 26, at 8pm. Matinee shows will be held on Sun Jan 13 and on Sun Jan 20 at 2pm. Tickets cost $20 and are available by calling 429-8139. Bring a friend! Buy one ticket for the show on Jan 11 and you will receive a companion ticket for free. Plays & Players’ 2013 season has been announced. Shows will also include: The Full Monty, The 39 Steps, The Producers, A View from the Bridge, a fall musical (TBA), and The Wizard of Oz. For details about season tickets, call 4298139. Plays & Players is located at the entrance of the Crows Woods Recreational Complex in Haddonfield. haddonfieldplayers. com



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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 Various locations 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

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

Job Seekers’ Support Group 1st & 3rd wed 8:45a Methodist church, Sayre pavilion 429-0403 Overeaters Anonymous every wed 9:00a to 10:00a presbyterian church 354-6393; 609-239-0022 Overeaters Anonymous every wed 7:30p Methodist church 261-1152 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

COMMUNITY Farmers’ Market every Sat 8:30a to 1:00p 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 6:15p every wed 6:15p Lutheran church 534-3367 Tai Chi every Mon 9:30a to 11:00a Methodist church 429-0403

Markeim Arts Center Tue thru fri; 10:00a to 2:30p every Sat 1:00 to 3:00p Lincoln ave & walnut Street 429-8585 Post Office weekdays 8:30a to 5:00p every Sat 9:00a to 1:00p 25 Haddon ave S 429-0246 Preservation Haddonfield 2nd Thu 7:30p Mabel Kay Senior center 287-4665 Republican Club 2nd wed 7:00p borough Hall, auditorium 795-4045

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What’s On: Recurring Events & activities KIDS & YOUTH Boy & Cub Scouts Pack 65 cancelled if no school every Mon 6:00p 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

Shade Tree Commission 3rd Mon 8:00a (except Jul aug) borough Hall, 102 Site Plan Review Committee wed two weeks before planning board 7:00p borough Hall, Room 102 Zoning Board 3rd Tue 7:30p borough Hall, auditorium

Environmental Commission/ Green Team 3rd Tue 7:00p borough Hall, Room 102 429-4700

Human Relations Commission 3rd Thu 7:30p (except Jul aug) borough Hall, Room 102

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 (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 Council 3rd Mon 9:15a (except Jul Dec) (except Jan feb: 4th Mon) 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 Bingo 2nd Tue 1:00p to 4:00p 4th Tue 1:00p to 4:00p Mabel Kay Senior center 354-8789 Bowling every fri 9:30a call for location Retired Men’s Club 429-1290 Bridge/Card Games 1st Tue 12:30p to 4:00p 3rd Tue 12:30p to 4:00p Mabel Kay Senior center 354-8789

Historic Preservation Commission wed two weeks before planning board 7:30p borough Hall, Room 102

Information Center wed thru Sat, 11a to 3p (beginning in Sep) 2 Kings court 216-7253


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

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

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

Kiwanis Club every fri 12:15p to 1:30p Tavistock country club 858-1640

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

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

Fitness Class every Tue 10:00a presbyterian church choir Room Senior Ministry 429-1960

For regular church services, see Community Directory

Haddon Fortnightly call 428-9290 for meeting times fortnightly clubhouse

Cardio Fun every Mon 11:30a Tarditi commons 354-8789

Computer Club 3rd wed 10:00a Mabel Kay Senior center 354-8789


Lions Club 1st Thu 6:15p 3rd Thu 6:15p Tavistock country club 428-2363 Newcomers Club call for meeting schedule 609-707-0033 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 12:00n to 2:00p (except last fri, see below) Mabel Kay Senior center 354-8789 Lunch/Snacks & More (Healthy Lunch Program) Last fri 12:00n to 2:00p Mabel Kay Senior center Pinochle every wed 12:30p 65 club 429-4688 Retired Men’s Club every Thu 1:30p 65 club (110 Rhoads ave) Senior Scene 3rd wed 12:30p christ the King parish 428-8742 (Call to verify.)



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Business Directory ACCOUNTANTS MICHAEL BUTTIL CPA Business and individual. Payroll. Tax returns. No charge for initial financial planning consultation. 856 905-8786 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 MARk BARONE AIA Architecture and design. Contemporary to traditional. Renovations, new construction. 856 429-0868 JAY REINERT AIA 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 21 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 856 795-58 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 856 833-9390 CLEANING SERVICES 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 UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS OF HADDONFIELD Want a clean house without toxic chemicals? Try us! We’ve been green since 1980. 856 428-9153 Stefanie Stevens COMPANION SERVICES HEALING HEARTS HOME CARE Experienced, nurturing providers for all ages. Better than a cup of chicken soup. 856 858-3431 Sandy Hoey COMPUTER SERVICES AFFORDABLE COMPUTER REPAIR 24/7 service. Will come to you. Virus removal, troubleshooting, networking. Free estimates. 856 449-8379 Brad 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 MEDORO CUSTOM BUILDERS Custom homes, additions, kitchen and bath renovations. General contracting. 856 753-0134 Ralph Medoro 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 COUNSELING MIRIAM BRODERICk Counseling for individuals, couples, families. Substance abuse & addiction treatment. 856 520-8737 Haddonfield Miriam M Broderick MTS LCADC CCS DUCT SERVICE 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 GUTTER SERVICES CLEAN SWEEP Gutter cleaning and repairs. Chimney and duct cleaning. 856 354-0675, 546-4606 Harry Haeffner III FINANCIAL ADVISORS JIM PECkA Member, Ed Slott Elite Advisor Group 36 Tanner Street, Haddonfield 856-354-0988 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 No job to big, no job too small. Free estimates. Lic: 13VH01392900 856 261-1867, 856 448-6148 NEIGHBORHOOD HANDYMAN Affordable, reliable. No job too small! Handyman/carpenter. Bob Kitch 609 922-0098 HOME-HEALTH CARE FREEDOM/CAREMORE NJ’s premier home healthcare 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 HOME IMPROVEMENT LEONETTI BUILDERS Custom kitchens and baths, addition specialists for over 60 years! 856 428-4190 Rich NUSS CONSTRUCTION CO. Additions, basements, kitchens, bathrooms, playrooms. 856-988-9982 INSURANCE CONNELLY INSURANCE Need to lower your car insurance premium? Call us! Friendly, independent broker. 44 W. Atlantic Ave, Audubon 856 547-3135 JOHN kOCH / ALLSTATE Auto, home, life, commercial. 316 Haddon Ave, Westmont 856 833-1820

INTERIOR DESIGN INTERIOR ART AND DESIGN Decorative painting. Faux finishes. Venetian plaster. 856 663-2914 Moss Marris LAWN & LANDSCAPE ALPINE LAWN CARE Complete lawn maintenance. Residential and commercial. Call now for seasonal clean-ups. 856 795-9868 HORTICULTURALIST FOR HIRE Design, custom installation, garden maintenance 856 220-0049 Aimee kYLE WRIGHT’S LAWN CARE Lawn care done wright! A locally rooted company. You name it – we do it. 856 547-0101 Kyle Wright RUTNYA LANDSCAPING INC Complete lawn, landscaping maintenance. Custom landscape design and construction. 856 547-5040 Charles Rutnya STEPHEN COAN LLC AT FERRET HOLLOW GARDENS Landscape design, consulting, and horticulturalist. Native plants and wildlife habitats. 267 251-5855 MUSIC INSTRUCTION kATHLEEN MAYES Lessons and performance on guitar and lute. 856 858-8902 NICHOLAS WATTS STUDIO Suzuki and traditional piano instruction for age 3 and up. 609-706-7012 OPTOMETRISTS HADDONFIELD VISION Eye exams, contact lens fitting. Contacts, eyewear. 856 427-0788 NJ Lic OA-04481 Dr Judson Moon OD PAINTERS DAVINCI PAINTING Quality work, reasonably priced. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. 856 341-4861 TOM’S CUSTOM PAINTING 30 years’ experience in quality interior/exterior work. Power washing. Small home repairs. 856 220-1131 PERSONAL TRAINING SCHOCk FITNESS Personal training services. Call Rebecca for a free consultation. 215 356-5500 OVER 50 AND FIT Ladies: Is it time to exercise? Call for a free consultation. 856-854-4486 Audrie PEST CONTROL UNITED EXTERMINATING CO Visit our website for a free online estimate: 856-428-2511

PET SERVICES ARFER (Always Ready For Every Rover) Exercise. Play dates. Meds. 19 years of service. Insured. 856 429-3712 Joan, Steve Chovit SCAMPER’S PALS Loving pet care in your home. Serving Haddonfield only! Walks, feed, play dates. Meds, insulin therapy, sub-q fluids, post-op care. 856 354-9216 Maryann Campling DOG DIRT DOCTOR “Pooper-Scooper” service. From $10 per week. 856 488-7151 Brian PHOTOGRAPHY SWEIGART PHOTOGRAPHY Portraits, family, children, engagements, weddings, more. Located in Collingswood 856 220-9859 Jon Sweigart PLASTER & DRYWALL JOHN BAPTISTE PLASTER Specializing in interior walls, custom plaster/drywall repairs, home renovations. Insured. 856 546-7979 PLASTERING Plaster, patching, chimneys, cracks, brick pointing. 609 553-9642 Padraic PRINTING & COPIES kWIk kOPY PRINTING Printing, color copies, blueprints, banners. Rubber stamps, business cards, legal forms. 8 Haddon Ave S, Haddonfield (a few doors from Starbucks) 856 428-7391 Dan and Peg PROFESSIONAL PRINTING Printing, copying, color copies, digital printing, large document copies. Free parking. 116 Haddon Ave N, Haddonfield 856 429-8644 Joe McElroy REAL ESTATE THE BETLEY TEAM At Prudential Fox & Roach. betleyteam@pendinoproperties. com 856 816-8849 Mike and Kelly DAVID GOTTARDI At Prudential Fox & Roach. Your old home specialist. 856 428-2600 x 7017 LENNY, VERMAAT & LEONARD Since 1954, the area’s full-service real estate broker. 90 Tanner Street, Haddonfield 856 428-5150 kATE MASTER SIEDELL Prudential Fox & Roach 856 428-2600 x 7040 SUzANNE STOINSkI Prudential Fox & Roach Haddonfield specialists for over 26 years. ROOFING & SIDING JAC CONSTRUCTION LLC Roofing. Vinyl & cement siding. Windows, soffit, trim, gutters, shutters. 856-354-1089 WURSTER ROOFING CO Since 1919. All types of asphalt roofing, low-slope roofing, skylights, gutters, windows, siding, slate, copper, and tin. 227 Highland Ave, Westmont 856 854-2783

SCHOOLS THE BEECHWOOD SCHOOL Half- and full-day classes. 2-1/2 years thru Kindergarten. 441 Beechwood Ave, H’field 856 429-0303 Marge McElroy TANk REMOVAL MOORE’S TANk SERVICES INC Residential oil tank removals and installations. Free estimates. NJDEP-certified. 856 662-2002 Jim Moore TITLE INSURANCE SURETY TITLE AGENCY Title insurance agent. Searches, settlement services. 9 Tanner Street, Haddonfield 856 429-0900 Karen Stevenson TREE SERVICES C. C. TREE EXPERTS Tree removal. Pruning. Hazard tree evaluation. Two NJcertified tree experts on staff. 856 858-1165 ARBOR CLIMBER FOR HIRE All phases of tree service. 856-869-5215 THE HADDON TREE COMPANY Your “in town” tree service company. Discounts to all who call. Trimming and removal specialists. 856-795-3333 WRIGLEY TREE SERVICE Trimming of trees and shrubs. Free estimates and consultation. Insured. 856 429-1899 Stan TUTORING CONFIDENT kIDS One-on-one tutoring. Learn, gain confidence, have fun. Reading, math, writing, subjects, learning differences. 518 Maple, Haddonfield email: 856 216-1153 Mindy Klarin, MA, M. Ed JOY OF LEARNING TUTORING Need an academic boost in reading, math, or science? Certified NJ and PA teachers. 856-962-9428 Julia, Anthony MATH & SAT TUTORING NJ-certified math teacher, middle school thru college. All SAT sections including essay. Reasonable rates. Flexible. 609 471-0893 Barry Hollander

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Bob Parsons 795-1465 Trever Miller 428-4433 Michael Bonnette 357-5083 Kevin MacDonald 427-6123 Marie Steeb 795-1915 D.W. Janszky 429-0428 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 David Siedell 795-3191 Erin ips 429-2326 Paul Schmeck 795-1569 Terrie Murphy 429-9154 Mrs. Robert Baron 327-6681 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 655-8085 Haddon Fire Co. No. 1 Butch Brees 428-8059 Ladies Auxiliary Stacy Shaw 310-0045 Haddon Fortnightly Marie DiMatties 428-9290 Evening Membership Dept Lynda Acerbo 429-4901 Junior Women’s Club Sharla St. Rose 484-433-7863 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 Maggie Tourtellotte 609-707-0033 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 Shelly Castorino 609-820-5915 Rotary Club Neal Rochford 795-6879 Society of the Visual Arts Lisa Brandinelli-Quanci 857-1567 STRIDES Maria Forbes 571-0526 Tennis Association Angelo Alberto 609-206-1075 Toastmasters International Rosario Licciardello 866-0038 Traffic and Pedestrian Safety (TAPS) Norman Hinsey 216-1626 Tricentennial Committee Maureen Eyles 795-9927 Y’s Men’s Club Jamie Coker 609-923-9021


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Borough Hall 242 Kings Highway E, 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 Gary Reses 429-4700 x 315 Community Development Steve Walko 429-4700 x 209 Crows Woods Coordinator Gary Reses 429-4700 x 315 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 Remi Fortunato 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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Notices Mary Barringer

Mary Pratt Barringer, a resident of Kennett Square PA, died on December 5, 2012. She was 92. Mrs. Barringer is survived by her husband, Charles Minor Barringer. Haddonfield survivors include a daughter, Therese Barringer.

Zoe Brickates

Edward Kauffman

Edward Jerome Kauffman, a resident of Columbus OH and Estero FL, formerly of Haddonfield, died on December 15, 2012. He was 71. Mr. Kauffman is survived by his wife, Bobbie Kauffman.

florence Knauf

Florence Knauf (nee Mathis), Zoe Helen Cocosis Brickates, a formerly a longtime resident of resident of Saco ME, formerly of Haddonfield, died on December 5, Haddonfield, died on Dec. 11, 2012. 2012. She was 101. She was 84. Mrs. Knauf was the widow of Wilbur Mrs. Brickates was the widow of Knauf. Robert Brickates.

Margaret lefever

Margaret (Esbenshade) Tate Lefever, Barbara Carter Barbara A. Carter (nee Mick), a a resident of Lancaster PA, died on resident of Moorestown NJ, formerly December 11, 2012. She was 93. Mrs. Lefever was the widow of John of Haddonfield, died on December 16, Tate and Paul Lefever. Mr. Lefever was 2012. She was 84. Mrs. Carter was the widow of S. a former music director for the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield. Thomas Carter Jr.

Ruth Ebling

Ruth A. Ebling (nee Hafer), a resident of Pottsville PA, died on December 16, 2012. She was 77. Mrs. Ebling was the widow of Rudy Ebling. Haddonfield survivors include a son, Clayton Ebling (Lynne).

Ethel J. fite

Ethel J. Fite, a resident of Haddonfield, died on December 10, 2012. She was 81. Mrs. Fite is survived by her son Michael Fite (Kate).

Joan Gault

Joan H. Gault (nee Long), a resident of Kennett Square PA, formerly of Haddonfield, died on December 17, 2012. She was 97. Dr. Gault was a 1932 graduate of Haddonfield Memorial High School. A medical doctor, she is credited with founding Interfaith Caregivers of Haddonfield. The deceased was a recipient of a HMHS Lifetime Achievement Award. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield for over 50 years.

Wilma Russell

Wilma “Billie” Ruth Blaetz Russell, a resident of Clarksville VA, formerly of Haddonfield, died on December 11, 2012. She was 91. Mrs. Russell was the widow of George Howard Russell. The deceased was a graduate of Haddonfield Memorial High School.


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Isola Hartness

Isola Sherrerd Hartness, a resident of Columbia SC, formerly of Haddonfield, died on December 14, 2012. Mrs. Hartness is survived by her husband, George Hartness.

Jane Jones

Jane M. Jones, a resident of Haddon Township NJ, formerly of Haddonfield, died on December 14, 2012. She was 79. Mrs. Jones was a longtime parishioner of Christ the King Church.

Yard Sale listings are free for sales taking place in Haddonfield and Haddon Heights ($10 elsewhere). Submit by e-mail (news@ or fax (428-7695) by Ad Deadline (see front cover). Be sure to mention the name of your town! A full-service copy and print shop, we offer the following services:

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 Christ the King Church hosts a Young Adults’ Book Club. Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm in the church’s Parish Center. Attendees are asked to bring an appetizer or a beverage to share. All are welcome! 429-1600 x117

Go natural at Markeim

 “All Natural,” a group photography exhibition curated by Norm Hinsey, will be presented at Haddonfield’s Markeim Arts Center (104 Walnut Street) from Tue Feb 5 thru Fri Mar 1. Photographers are encouraged to submit images of the natural world by e-mail to the curator (norm@ prior to Tue Jan 22. Framed photographs may be dropped off at the arts center in January. After reviewing the submissions, Hinsey will select the most powerful unaltered photographs to appear in the show.

Run for it!

 Looking for a running partner? The South Jersey Athletic Club (SJAC), 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) and on Wednesdays at 6:30pm (6.6 miles) for group runs. Early risers meet at the High Memorial High School track on Tuesdays at 5:30am (workouts vary). The next meeting of the SJAC will be held on Wed Jan 9, at 8pm, at Grace Church in Haddonfield.


Purchase any new acoustic guitar or concert or tenor uke and get a FREE gift certificate for 3 private lessons – a $72 value with no strings attached. 50 guitars and 45 ukuleles on display at unbeatable prices!

UKULELE CIRCLE 2nd & 4th M at 7pm onday

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InfoLine Outdoor Stage

Middle School Gym

Masonic Temple

Haddon Fortnightly, upstairs

Haddon Fortnightly, downstairs

Haddon Fortnightly, downstairs


Grace Episcopal Church of Haddonfield, Sanctuary

Indian King Tavern

Kings Court


Web Site


Susquehanna Bank



Masonic Temple






Middle School Auditorium

Grace Episcopal Church of Haddonfield, Auditorium

KidZone: Central/Middle School

First Presbyterian Church, Sanctuary

First Church of Christ, Scientist




HMHS Auditorium

ADULT Middle School Cafeteria

ALL First Baptist Church, Sanctuary

Haddonfield United Methodist Church Sanctuary





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 Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Chris Wheeler will be the featured speaker at the Haddonfield Lions Club’s dinner meeting on Thu Jan 3. The dinner meeting will begin at 6:15pm at Tavistock Country Club. The event is open to Lions Club members, their guests, and prospective members. Wheeler began his career with the Phillies in 1971 and was added to the broadcast team in 1977. During the dinner meeting, Wheeler will talk about the Phillies’ last season, off-season, and upcoming season. Questions will be taken, time permitting. Guests and prospective members are asked to make advance reservations. Guests who are interested in becoming members, and have never been to a Lions Club meeting, may attend free of charge; other guests will be asked to pay $20 for dinner. Visit haddonfieldlions. org for reservation information. The Haddonfield Lions Club is part of Lions Club International and is a local service organization that provides assistance to those in need. Meetings are held on the first and third Thursday evenings of each month at Tavistock Country Club. The group conducts several fundraising events throughout the year, including a Flea Market, Pancake Breakfast, Pasta Bowl, and the Lizzy Haddon Basketball Tournament. Proceeds from these events benefit the Lions Blind Fund. For additional information, visit

Make yourself at home

 Playing in the living room, resting in a chair; Scrubbing in the bathtub, shampooing your hair; Cooking in the kitchen, sitting down to eat; Sleeping with your teddy, underneath your sheet! The Children’s Department at the Haddonfield Public Library will explore the comforts of home during “All Around the House” in January. Check out the lineup: • Read to a Dog has resumed. Call 429-1304 or visit the library to reserve your 15-minute session with Visa or Desi on Tuesdays, Jan 8 and Jan 22, or on Thursdays, Jan 10 or Jan 24. • Rockabye Readers, a lapsit program for babies (nine to 24 months) and their caretakers, will be offered on Fridays, Jan 11 thru Feb 22. For details – and to register – call 429-1304. • Preschool Storytime, for kids ages four and five, is held on Tuesdays at 10:30am and on Wednesdays at 1:30pm. Kids will make a cozy teddybear on Jan 15 and Jan 16. • Toddlertime, for kids ages two and three, is held on Thursdays at 10:30am. Kids will make a cozy teddybear on Jan 17. • Sara O’Brien, affectionately known as LuLoo, will conduct a library workshop called “Write, Rock, Snapshot” on Friday afternoons, Jan 18 thru Feb 22, from 3:30 to 5pm. Kids will write lyrics, add music, and take photos to create music dvd’s. To learn more about O’Brien, visit Call 429-1304 to register. Cost: $30 per child to cover supplies.



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