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Sip and savor the flavors of spring  Play your cards right and you may see a lot less of your stovetop in April. The spring dining scene is heating up. Why not step out on the town? • The next installment of Markeim Arts Center’s Club Mac will take place on Fri Apr 12. A Speak Easy Party will dominate the Markeim from 8pm to 12m. The evening’s fare will be provided by Haddon Township’s Treno and DJ Frosty will spin tunes all night long. Tickets cost $45 each or $80 per couple. Remember: The password is “Hemingway.” Call 429-8585 or visit for tickets. • The Haddonfield Educational Trust’s (HET) Night of 300 Dinners will take place on the evening of Sat Apr 13. The event will provide an opportunity for guests reconnect with old friends, meet new people, and

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 Turn your clutter to cash and help the Haddon Heights Public Library at the same time. The library’s spring 2013 Town-Wide Yard Sale is scheduled for Sat Apr 20 (rain: Sat Apr 27). Register for $10 and let the world know about your sale! Registration forms – available at – will be accepted at the library thru Thu Apr 18 at 9pm.

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Around the Towns What’s Your Take?

• COCO (3) and DANIELLE HESS were soaking up some sunshine at Haddonfield’s First Presbyterian Church playground when they weighed in on their favorite signs of spring. “... the daffodils, going for walks, and blue skies,” the pair agreed.

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What is your favorite sign of spring around town?

• ANTONIA CIANFRANI works for Second Time Around on Kings Hwy in Haddonfield. Her favorite harbinger of spring? “I like seeing the spring trends off-therunway walking down the street!” she declared.

• Haddonfield native JANE TURNER is enjoying a springvisit with her cousins from Vienna, Austria. The group agreed that daffodils and “getting happy again after a long winter” are their favorite aspects of spring. Pictured are CHRISTIAN, MARLENE, and BARBARA GROSSKOPF, JANE TURNER, and HANNA.

• ELYSE YERRAPATHRUNI and her sons GREYSON (5), KADE (3), and NIK (1) like “to see the tulips and daffodils coming up right outside everyone’s front doors.” Greyson sees “Easter eggs with candy in them” as a signal that spring is on the way! The crew is pictured enjoying a sunny day in Haddonfield.

• DIANE PACELLO and granddaughters AMELIA (10) and LIZZIE DUNN (8) like to see spring flowers blooming. “... and restaurants start serving outdoors again ... and people go on trips for spring break,” added Amelia. Diane enjoys seeing friends out and about after the winter. “And we love the sunny weather!” concluded in Lizzie.

• JUSTIN ROBINSON likes “looking down the street and instead of seeing bare trees, seeing green ... Center Street looks so much better already this spring.” he commented. When not enjoying the outdoors, Justin can be found working at FreeRide Sports in Haddonfield.

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Rejoice with the Women of the Well

 Christ the King Church’s Women of the Well will present “You are the Gift” on Thu Apr 11 at the church. Attendees will enjoy refreshments from 7 to 7:30pm. The program will take place from 7:30 to 9pm. Reserve your spot by e-mailing or by calling Merri Votta at 429-2283 or Kathy Callan at 428-7631.

Celebrate National Library Week

 The Haddonfield Public Library will join forces with school libraries and community libraries nationwide in celebration of National Library Week, Sun Apr 14 thru Sat Apr 20. Library Week highlights the value of libraries, and the work of librarians and library staff. The theme of this year’s celebration is “Communities Matter @ Your Library.” Today’s libraries are more than repositories for books. Often the heart of their communities, libraries are trusted places where residents and students can gather to reconnect and reengage with each other to enrich and shape the community. “Service to the community has always been the focus of the library,” said Gene Kain, president of the Haddonfield Public Library Board of Trustees. “While this aspect has never changed, libraries have grown and evolved in how they provide for the needs of every member of the community.” The Haddonfield Public Library will launch a new e-books system during National Library Week. The new system, called the 3M Cloud, is integrated with the library’s automated circulation system (POLARIS). “Thanks to our Friends of the Library, we will have a Discovery Terminal” said Kain. “This kiosk will be upstairs near the staff. You can come in and learn how to use the Discovery Terminal to check out e-books. We will also have two e-book readers to go with the system if you need to borrow one.” Stop by during Library Week to check it out! In addition to unveiling the 3M Cloud, the Haddonfield Public Library is celebrating National Library Week by hosting many events: • The library will hold its ever-popular Fine Free Week from Fri Apr 12 thru Mon Apr 22. Bring in overdue items – and perhaps a non-perishable food donation for the Food Bank of South Jersey – and all will be forgiven! • The members of the Friends of the Library invite you to join them at the Markeim Arts Center on Sun Apr 14, at 2pm, for their annual speakers’ program. Artist and Professor Emeritus John Giannotti will present “300 Years, Plus 65 Million.” Giannotti will discuss the creation of Haddy, the 15-foot bronze sculpture of Hadrosaurus Foulkii. Most recently, Giannotti completed the Victims of Terrorism Memorial honoring civilians and US military personnel who have lost their lives in terrorist attacks. The memorial is located along the Cooper River in Pennsauken. continued on page 10 >

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Meeting at the Tavern

 The Commissioners’ Meeting on Tue Apr 9 will be held at the Indian King Tavern Museum (233 Kings Hwy E) in honor of the Tricentennial. The meeting will begin at 7:30pm. Seating will be limited to the first 40 people.

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support school-district projects. Tickets are being sold at Turn to page 14 for more information. • The 5th annual Grace Uncorked Wine Tasting event is scheduled for Sat Apr 13, from 7 to 10pm, in the Performance Hall at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy, Haddonfield). Join fellow wine enthusiasts for a tasting tour themed “Born in the USA.” Guests will savor wines from across the country. Hors d’oeuvres and desserts will be served. A silent auction, door prizes, and a 50/50 will complete the evening. Turn to page 18 for ticket information. • The annual Presbyterian Women’s Spring Luncheon will be held on Tue Apr 16, at 12:30pm, at Haddonfield’s First Presbyterian Church (20 Kings Hwy E). Rebecca Bryan, a member of the church and the director of the Wellness Center of Urban Promise, will present “We Are All Connected.” The program will provide a first-hand account of the progress made at the Wellness Center. The luncheon, priced at $8 per person, is open to all. Call Pat Woodward at 354-8485 to make your reservation. • The United Methodist Women will host a dinner event, titled “That’s Amore, a Night in Italy” on Tue Apr 16, from 6 to 8pm, in the Haddonfield United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall (29 Warwick Rd. The menu will include baked ziti, Italian bread, salad, and ice cream. Buy your tickets by Wed Apr 10. Tickets are available on Sunday mornings in the Sayre Welcome Center, from the church office, from the church’s Circle Leaders, and from Leslie Robinson. Tickets cost $10 for adults and $5 for children 10 and under. Call 428-2155 for further details. • The Haddonfield Assembly will host its final black-tie dinner dance of the season on Sat Apr 20. Dinner events take 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 is $95 per couple for the first dinner dance; $85 per couple thereafter. Call Phyllis St Onge at 429-2965 for more information. • Join members of the Haddonfield Civic Association for the Annual Town Dinner on Thu Apr 25 at Tavistock Country Club. For details as they become available, visit • The annual Haddonfield Progressive Dinner will take place on the evening of Fri Apr 26. This year, proceeds from the event will benefit Twin Oaks Food Pantry and fund services for those with developmental disabilities. Guests will begin the evening with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at a host home. Later, diners will share an intimate meal with friends prepared by an area chef in a another Haddonfield home. See page 29. Design & Installation Annual & Perennial Planting • Garden Maintenance • Custom Installation of Container Gardens • •

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Save this date for the debate

 The Haddonfield Civic Association will host a Commissioner Candidate Debate on the evening of Wed Apr 24 in the Haddonfield Memorial High School Auditorium. The debate will commence at 7pm. Doors will open at 6:15pm. Residents are encouraged to submit questions prior to the debate. Members of the League of Women Voters will moderate the discussion. To learn about the debate format, and access links to the candidates’ Websites, visit



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 The Haddon Heights Youth Athletic League will host a family bowling day on Sun Apr 14, from 2 to 5pm, at Pinsetters Bar & Bowl (7111 Maple Ave, Pennsauken). For $12 each ($60 for a group of six) guests will enjoy three hours of bowling and shoe rental. Proceeds will benefit the HHYA. For a registration form, visit For further information, contact Chris Connelly at 547-4701 or; or Chrissi DeCastro at 215-375-8514 or decastro100@

Opportunity knocks

 Adults: The Borough of Haddon Heights offers recreation and educational programs just for you! Classes are held at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W). To register, visit or call 546-2585. Coming up: • Personal Image Counts: Enhance Your Natural Beauty – Barbara Strampello-Grabosky will teach you how to keep your skin youthful on Tuesdays – May 7, May 14, and May 28 – beginning at 7pm. $40 resident; $45 non-resident. A $10 materials fee will be requested. • Self Defence for Women (Part 1) – Learn basic defence from Officer Lou Baselice on Thu May 16 beginning at 7pm. $12 resident; $15 non-resident. • Closet Writer’s Workshop – Learn the ins and  Senior citizens: The following groups meet outs of writing and publishing a literary masterregularly in the Senior Room at the Community piece on Thursday evenings – May 23 thru Jun 13 Center (321 Seventh Ave, Haddon Heights), unless – from 7 to 8:30pm. $25 resident; $30 non-resident. otherwise noted. • Genealogy (Part 2) – This class will comple• Mah-Jongg – Experienced players are welment the Genealogy class which took place in come to jump in on Friday and Monday afterthe Winter 2012. New registrants are welcome to noons from 12:30 to 2:30pm. attend. The class will be held on Tue Jun 11, from To learn to play Mah-Jongg, contact Amy 7 to 8:30pm. $10 resident; $12 non-resident. Lafferty at 546-2585. • Self Defence for Women (Part 2) – Learn more • Bridge Club – This club gets together on the self-defence maneuvers from Officer Lou Baselice 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, from 12:30 to on Thu Jun 20, beginning at 7pm. $12 resident; 3pm. $15 non-resident. • Senior Community Table – Seniors gather at area eateries on Tuesdays between 11:30am and 1:30pm. See page 8 for venue listing. UKULELE • Men’s Cards, Cake, and Coffee – Men of all Purchase any new acoustic guitar and MANIA! Over ages are welcome to attend meetings on Friday 20 on display. receive FOUR 1/2-hour lessons at no charge. Fun, easy, mornings at 9:30am. Enjoy a few games of cards Choose from Dreadnought, Cutaway, affordable. while engaging in friendly discussion. Folk, Triple O, Parlor, Acoustic-Electric, • Book Club – Read, then share on the 2nd Classical, or Student 1/4, 1/2, or 3/4. SPECIAL Tuesday of each month! A new book club is startOFFER Violins & Guitars by Mitchell ing in Heights, so it’s the perfect time to jump in. Satori 4/4 “The Source for Students” The club will meet on Apr 9 and May 14 at the violin outfit. . 59 $2 lly 3 HADDON AVENUE S, HADDONFIELD NJ Usua Haddon Heights Library. Now $199. 856-216-9299 • Open 7 Days For further details about these free programs, Only 2 in call 547-3950. stock.

The kids’ zone Good times in Heights  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: • Fun with Art – Kids will express themselves with paint, crayon, markers, paper, and recycled materials during this 7-week class. Artists (ages seven to 10) will assemble at the Community Center on Tuesday afternoons – May 14 thru Jun 25 – from 4 to 5pm. • Fitness for Kids – Children will increase their endurance, athleticism, and confidence through sports. Five- thru sevenyear-olds will meet on Wednesday afternoons, from May 15 thru Jun 26, at the Community Center. Classes will take place from 4 to 5pm. • Acting for Beginners – Nurture your child’s creativity. This class will take place on Thursday afternoons, from May 16 thru Jun 27, at the Community Center. $20 resident; $25 non-resident. Class maximum: 15. Ages: nine to 13 years. • Babysitter Training – You’ll be the best sitter on the block after taking this Red Cross course! The class will take place on Sat Jun 1 – from 9am to 3pm – at the Cabin. $85 resident; $90 non-resident.

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The Caregivers’ corner

 Resolve to make volunteering part of your family’s routine. Interfaith Caregivers relies on community support to provide the basic services – shopping, transportation, and companionship – that enable elderly and disabled residents to remain independent. Even a small, flexible time commitment can make a difference. Call 3540298 or visit for information about the Caregivers’ next training session at St Rose of Lima Church (300 Kings Hwy, Haddon Heights) on Wed Apr 17 from 7 to 9:30pm. If you are unable to volunteer your time, then consider making a taxdeductible donation. 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 an entire year.

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Be a hero

 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.

Here’s to your health!

 The Borough of Haddon Heights offers ongoing health and wellness classes To register, call 5462585. Coming up: • Eat Clean to Get Lean Before Summer – Discuss detoxifying foods which also promote weight loss. This class will take place at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W) on Tue Apr 9 from 7 to 8:30pm. $10 resident; $12 non-resident. • Household Plants to “Scrub Out” Household Pollutants – Learn how everyday items can pollute your indoor environment and how inexpensive plants can remedy the situation. The class will take place on Tue Apr 16, from 7 to 8:30pm, at the Cabin. $10 resident; $12 non-resident. • Basic CPR: A Friends and Family Course – Learn about adult, child, and infant CPR. Participation cards will be distributed. The class will be held on Thu Apr 25 at 7pm. Call for cost and location.



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. On Mon Apr 22, the society will welcome Paul Carpinito, a resident of Elizabeth NJ, who will present “A Tour of the Jersey Central from the Hudson to the Delaware.” The program will begin at 7:30pm, sharp. Carpinito will present his photograph collection and discuss the Jersey Central. A brief business meeting will follow the program. The hall is fully accessible. For information about upcoming meetings, visit or contact Ron Baile at or 609-828-9881.

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Attn: parents

 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 547-3950 if you require transportation. Reconnect with friends while supporting businesses in Haddon Heights this spring! Next: • Apr 9 – Village Cheese Shop & Bistro (516 Station Ave, 310-0827) • Apr 16 – Station House Restaurant (602 Station Ave, 547-5517) • Apr 23 – Anthony’s Creative Italian Cuisine (512 Station Ave, 310-7766) • Apr 30 – Tony Soprano’s Pizza (908 Kings Hwy, 546-0888) • May 7 – Kunkel’s Seafood & Steakhouse (920 Kings Hwy W, 547-1225) • May 14 – Village Cheese Shop & Bistro (516 Station Ave, 310-0827)

 Preschool-age children (three- to five-year olds) with developmental issues, who live in Haddon Heights, may be eligible for free special education services through the school district. For details, contact Jocqueline Renner at 547-1322 x3005.

Feel the burn this spring

 Maintain your beach body year-round with Haddon Heights’ latest fitness offerings. Try one – or more! – of the following: • Tai Chi – Center yourself through stretching patterns, gentle movement, and coordinated breathing. Classes will be held on Mondays at 11:30am, in the Community Center (321 Seventh Ave), May 6 thru Jul 1. The cost is $62 for residents; $67 for non-residents. • Pilates – Enhance the mind and strengthen the body on Mondays at 6:30pm, from May 13 thru Jun 24, at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W). The cost is $30 for residents; $35 for non-residents. Bring a mat and a band! • 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 May 13 thru Jun 26, at 6pm. Another class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from May 14 thru Jun 27, at 7:15pm. All Zumba classes are held at the Community Center. One night per week: The cost is $30 for residents; $35 for non-residents. Two nights per week: The cost is $61 for residents; $66 for non-residents. • 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 at the Community Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 14 thru Jun 27, at 10am. One day per week: The cost is $21 for residents; $26 for non-residents. Two days per week: The cost is $42 for residents; $47 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, May 14 thru Jun 25, at 6:30pm. The cost is $35 for residents; $40 for non-residents. • Gentle Yoga & Meditation – Learn to manage life stressors using timehonored techniques. Classes will take place on Wednesday evenings, from May 15 thru Jun 26, at 6:15pm at the Cabin. • Yoga – Cultivate inner-peace by linking breath and movement with Vinyasa Flow. Classes will be held on Wednesdays, from May 15 thru Jun 26, at 7:30pm. One day per week: The cost is $43 for residents; $48 for non-residents. • Zumba Toning – Take your Zumba fitness regime to a whole new level! The class will meet on Thursdays – May 16 thru Jun 27 – at 6pm at the Community Center. The cost is $26 for residents; $31 for non-residents. • Bollywood Doonya Fit – Enjoy a Bollywood-inspired, easy-to-follow, non-stop cardio and strength-building party! Classes will be offered on Monday nights, May 13 thru Jun 24, at 7:15pm. The cost is $58 for residents; $63 for non-residents. For details and registration materials, visit

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Let’s Party Like It’s 1713! Throughout 2013, Haddonfield is celebrating the 300th anniversary of its settlement by Elizabeth Haddon and her husband John Estaugh. • Friday, April 5 – 7pm

Dance Haddonfield’s Annual Dance

Dine and dance the evening away to the music of Sam and Betty. See a demonstration of dance from 1700s. At Holiday Inn Cherry Hill. $50. • Saturday, April 6 – 8am to 8pm (registration required)

It Takes a Village: Feed My Starving Children

A community-wide food-packing event. At Presbyterian Church. Details: Gerry Rice • Saturday, April 27 – 10am – 2pm

All Rhoads Lead to Crows Woods: A Tricentennial Earth Day Celebration Celebrating Haddonfield’s natural history and honoring Samuel Nicholson Rhoads, a prominent 19th century naturalist. Sponsored by the Historical Society, Shade Tree Commission, Environmental Commission and Sustainable Haddonfield. At Crows Woods. $Free. Details: Kim Custer 856-616-1657. • Friday, May 3 – 10am – 8pm

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 The Village Playbox, a community theatre troupe based in Haddon Heights, will conclude its 73rd season with Moon Over Buffalo! Looking for a play that’s bursting with humor, drama, romance, innuendo, plenty of action, and a slew of quirky characters? Look no further than Ken Ludwig’s modern masterpiece. Moon Over Buffalo revolves around George and Charlotte Hay, fading stars of the 1950’s. On the brink of a disastrous split caused by George’s dalliance with a young ingénue, they receive word that they might just have one last shot at stardom: Frank Capra is coming to town to see their matinee performance. If likes what he sees, he might cast them in his movie remake of The Scarlet Pimpernel. Unfortunately for George and Charlotte, everything that could go wrong, does! Performances will take place at the First Presbyterian Church of Haddon Heights on Friday and Saturday evenings, from May 3 thru May 18, at 8pm. A matinee will take place on Sun May 12 at 3pm. Visit for discounted tickets.

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 The next general meeting of the Haddon Heights Historical Society will be held on Mon Apr 15, at 7pm, at the Haddon Heights Public Library (608 Station Ave). Kathleen Cherry, the first vice-president of the Princeton Battlefield Society, will present “The Second Battle of Princeton – Preservation vs. Development” The meeting is free and open to the public. All are welcome. The Haddon Heights Historical Society is a 501(c)3 organization. Send charitable donations to PO Box 118, Haddon Heights.



Are you 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 Rec 546-4852 or kathylange@ for further details. Save-a-Spot Forms are available at haddonhts. com. See the February issue of The Heights Report for more information.

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 Dance Haddonfield’s weekly dance lessons take place at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E). The floor heats up each Sunday evening, between 6 and 7pm, with an intermediate dance lesson. From 7 to 8pm, beginner lessons are offered. Then, from 8 to 10:30pm, dancers show off their skills during Open Dancing. For $17, you can remain on the dance floor all evening (those who wish to stay for the intermediate lesson only pay $12). Gene LaPierre will teach the Intermediate Bolero thru May 5.  National Library Week continued from page 4

Giannotti was a faculty member at Rutgers’ Camden and New Brunswick campuses for thirtythree years. While at Rutgers, he chaired the Department of Fine Arts. Giannotti will be available to answer questions after his presentation. Light refreshments will be served. This program is free for members of the Friends of the Library (a $5 donation is recommended for non-members). • The Adult Book Club will meet on Mon Apr 15, at 7pm, to discuss Gillian Flynn’s much publicized Gone Girl. Light refreshments will be served. E-mail for more information. • Drop by the library on Tue Apr 16, between 6 to 7pm, to learn about using the library’s e-books and e-book services. No registration is needed. • Learn to use the library’s job and career databases during a computer class on Wed Apr 17 (11am to 12n). No registration is needed – just stop by! • Learn to climb your family tree on Thu Apr 18. Patrons will be introduced to and Heritage Quest between 11am to 12n. No registration is necessary. • The Library Board of Trustees will meet on Tue Apr 23, at 8am, in the library’s New Jersey Room. All are welcome. • April is National Poetry month! In celebration, local poet Dan Picker will discuss his recently published book of poetry, Steep Stony Road, at the public library on Wed Apr 24, . Call 429-1304 for reservations and details about this free program. For more information, visit the Haddonfield Public Library at 60 Haddon Ave, call 429-1304, or visit the library’s Website at haddonfieldlibrary. org.

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 During its next monthly meeting on Wed Apr 10, the Haddonfield Republican Club will host a forum for commissioner candidates. The forum will give the candidates an opportunity to discuss their positions on issues facing Haddonfield. The club will meet at 7pm at Haddonfield Borough Hall (2nd floor, Assembly Room). In keeping with its mission to help educate citizens on topical issues, the Haddonfield Republican Club welcomes residents to attend the discussion. All six candidates have accepted the club’s invitation. Each candidate will be asked to define their platform, to briefly explain why they are running, and to describe what makes them qualified to be a leader in Haddonfield.; 795-0644

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 The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield, 124 Kings Hwy E, is greeting spring with the following events: • Beginning on Sun Apr 7, a six-week program for young married couples will be held each Sunday from 9:30 to 10:30am. Bring the kids -- they will enjoy a hot breakfast while you’re in Sunday school. For details, email deshockey@msn. com. • Considering membership? Learn more about the Baptists. A five-week Pastor’s Class will begin on Sun Apr 7. Half-hour classes will take place each Sunday, beginning at 12:30pm, in the Pastor’s Study. • For kids: Enjoy “Peter and the Wolf,” on Sat Apr 13 at 1pm. The show will be performed at the church by Carin University’s faculty woodwind quintet. Audiences will be treated to musical storytelling with flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, and narration. An “instrument petting zoo” and various demonstrations will take place. Donations will be accepted. Information: 429-2326. • Quizzie Haddon Trivia Night will be held at the church on Tue Apr 23. Quizzie Haddon is held on the fourth Tuesday of each month (September thru May), beginning at 7pm, in the church’s Social Hall. Newcomers may bring a small team or join an existing team. Questions cover a wide range of subjects. Snacks and beverage are provided to fuel the competition. • Books and Breakfast at The Bistro continues! On Fri May 3, at 10am, the group will discuss Sonia Sotomayer’s My Beloved World. The Bistro at Haddonfield is located at 57 Kings Hwy E. Questions: Call Sandra at 429-7540.



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 The New Jersey Volunteer Committee for the Philadelphia Orchestra will sponsor a Spring Musicale on Sun Apr 14, from 4 to 7pm, at the Moorestown home of Calvin and Ursula Knowlton. Guests will enjoy the musical stylings of flutist Loren Lind, violinist John Beiler, and cellist Lynne Beiler. Wine, appetizers, and desserts will be served following the musical program. A silent auction will make the Spring Musicale complete. Tickets for the Spring Musicale cost $75 each. Reservations may be made by calling Lois Boyce at 428-2367. The New Jersey Volunteer Committee for the Philadelphia Orchestra will also sponsor a musical event on Mon Apr 15. A concert will take place in the Sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield (20 Kings Hwy E) at 12:30pm. Violinist Davyd Booth – accompanied by a pianist – will present a musical program followed by a questionand-answer period. Admission will be free. For more information, call Barbara Tourtellotte at 428-5248. To learn about the Volunteer Committee, visit volunteer-programs-0

 In observance of Haddonfield’s tricentennial, the Evening Membership Department (EMD) of the Haddon Fortnightly has embarked on several service projects. On Sun Apr 21, at 1pm, members will gather to clean up the park on the corner of Grove Street and Lake Street in Haddonfield. After the clean up, club members will adorn the park with pinwheels in support of Prevent Child Abuse – New Jersey ( Pinwheels are the organization’s national symbol for the happy, healthy, and carefree childhood each young person deserves. Each pinwheel will have a tag with the name of a child to be honored or remembered. To purchase pinwheel ($3 each), send a check payable to the EMD of the Haddon Fortnightly; c/o Alice Davis, 606 Kings Hwy, Haddon Heights, 08035-1240. Your donation will support Prevent Child Abuse – New Jersey, and its statewide efforts to eliminate child abuse and neglect. Donations fund parenting education programs, professional training seminars, and home visits. Members of the EMD hope to fill the park with pinwheels in an effort to remind people of the dangers of abuse and neglect. Be sure to visit the park on the afternoon of Apr 21.

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 Grace Church and the First Presbyterian Church will join forces to offer “Everywhere Fun Fair Vacation Bible School” – from Mon Jul 8 thru Fri Jul 12 – from 9am to 12n, daily. Children, preschool thru 5th grade, are invited to have fun while discovering how God’s love can be seen throughout the world. The program will take place at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield). Registration forms will be available at the churches beginning on Mon Apr 8 or at 429-0007; 429-1960

Make the most of your home this spring

 The next meeting of the Junior Women’s Club of the Haddon Fortnightly will take place on and the Clubhouse (corner of Kings Hwy E and Grove St) on Mon Apr 8 at 8pm. The club invites you to jump start your spring cleaning with guest speaker Bridget McMullin of Haddonfield’s McMullin Design Group. McMullin will present a program titled “It’s Not Your House, It’s Your Habits!” She will explain how anyone can have a magazine-ready home. Be inspired! According to McMullin, “If I have learned one major lesson in my 14-year career, it’s that 85-percent of the time my clients don’t need a bigger, better home ... they just need to know how to live in the one they have!” All are welcome to attend. For more information, e-mail

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 The Haddonfield Educational Trust’s (HET) Night of 300 Dinners will take place on the evening of Sat Apr 13. The event will provide an opportunity for guests reconnect with old friends, meet new people, and support school-district projects. This year, the proceeds will be used to renovate the playgrounds at the elementary schools, update school security, and fund a Haddonfield Tricentennial program at the schools. Hosts are needed! If you are already in a dinner club that meets regularly – or if you’re looking for an excuse to entertain your friends – then hosting will be easy. The host picks up the cost of dinner, but the cost of dinner may be considered a donation for tax purposes. HET will provide wine and dessert for the hosts. To learn more about hosting, contact Sarah Tambussi at stambussi@ Prior to dinner, a cocktail party will take place from 6 to 7:30pm at the Haddon Fortnightly (corner of Kings Hwy E and Grove Street). Tickets are being sold at Tickets cost $75 for dinner and cocktails; $25 for cocktails only. For more information, e-mail hadedutrust@

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 Cub Scout Pack 65 wants to help you celebrate spring! The Pack’s annual flower sale will run thru Mon Apr 8. Place your order now and your flowers and plants will be delivered to your door on Sat Apr 27 (08033 zip code only). Choose from a variety of annuals including impatiens, begonias, marigolds, snapdragons, petunias, and geraniums. Give your vegetable garden a head start with fresh herbs and tomatoes. Hanging baskets, flats, four-plant packs, and potted plants are also available. Support Pack 65 by placing an order with a local scout or by contacting Julie Jellig at 795-8121 or Orders may also be placed online at


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 Spend an evening with Haddonfield Commissioner Candidate Lee Anne Albright, discuss the issues facing Haddonfield, and socialize with your friends and neighbors at a wine and cheese fundraising event on Fri Apr 12. The fundraiser will be held at the home of Peter and Jennifer Fontaine, 44 Jefferson Ave, from 7 to 10pm. Donations will help the Albright campaign defray costs associated with mailers, ads, the Website, handouts, bows, and more. RSVP at Space is limited. 298-1053;

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 Step back in time by visiting the Indian King Tavern Museum (233 Kings Hwy E). After months of planning, the Friends of the Indian King Tavern Museum has announced its spring events: • An Open House event will take place at the Tavern on Sat Apr 13 from 1 to 4pm. Actors portraying Elizabeth Haddon and John Estaugh will perform at 2pm. Arrive early; seating for the free performance will be limited. • The tavern’s 2nd annual beer-tasting fundraiser will take place on Sat May 18. Celebrate Haddonfield’s tricentennial at the tavern’s “Three Cheers for 300” celebration. Traditional beer and fare from the Colonial Era will be served during three seatings. Ticket information will be published in What’s On – Haddonfield when it becomes available. • On Sat Jun 1, Revolutionary War re-enactors will “encamp” at the Indian King Tavern from 10am to 4pm. Don’t be surprised if there’s a skirmish! • On Independence Day, Thu Jul 4, beginning at 9:30am, an interpreter will read the Declaration of Independence on the steps of the tavern. An Open House event at the Indian King Tavern will follow the 4th of July parade. 429-6792;

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 A Teen Yoga Open House will take place on Fri Apr 26, from 8 to 9:30pm, at Anjali Power Yoga (130 Haddon Ave, Westmont). This class – tailored to the needs of tweens and teens in 5th thru 8th grade – will introduce attendees to vinyasa yoga. Those who attend the Teen Yoga Open House are asked to bring a cleaning product or paper towels to donate to the Help Women and Children Now, a Haddonfield-based charity. For details, e-mail skelly08040423@ helpwomenand

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 Play It For Good, a non-profit organization which sponsors benefit concerts, will host a musical event at Haddonfield’s First Presbyterian Church on Tue Apr 16 from 7 to 8pm. The concert will showcase the work of the Haddonfield Middle School’s Orchestra Director, Laura Norris. Proceeds will benefit the orchestras of the Middle School and Haddonfield Memorial High School. Tickets will cost $10 for students, $15 for adults, and $30 per family.


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 In conjunction with Haddonfield’s Community Clean-Up, the Rotary Club will spruce up Rotary Circle (Haddon Ave and Ellis Street) on Sat Apr 13 from 8 to 11am. All are welcome. Bring your gloves!

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 The Haddonfield Center & School for the Performing Arts’ concert series continues to bring renowned musicians to the ‘burbs. A non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality instruction and vibrant artistic opportunities to area residents, The Center & School for the Performing Arts is headquartered at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E). Up next: The Grace Choir and members of The Thirteen, South Jersey’s only professional Choral Ensemble, will present “Fauré Requiem,” a presentation of Gabriél Fauré’s transcendent and gentle Requiem and other works on Sat Apr 27. The concert will take place at Grace Church beginning at 7pm. Tickets cost $15; children, 12 and under, will enter for free.

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 Make the Haddonfield Public Library (60 Haddon Ave N) your BFF this spring. A teen craft program will be offered on Tue Apr 23 at 6:30pm. Teens will celebrate Earth Day by repurposing everyday products such as old pencil cases and discarded jewelry holders. The library will supply materials – or bring your own! Stop by with your friends or make new ones during this fun program. Register at the library, call 429-1304 x114, or e-mail ebraverman@

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 The Haddon Fortnightly’s annual Spring Home and Garden Tour is scheduled for Fri May 3, from 10am to 8pm. Houses on the tour will reflect a variety of tastes, interior-design schemes, architecture, and neighborhood locations. Geraniums will be sold at the Clubhouse (Kings Hwy and Grove Street) beginning at 9am. Lunch will be served at the Clubhouse from 11:30 to 2pm. Proceeds from the annual tour are used to help maintain the historic clubhouse. Stay tuned to What’s On for details as they become available.

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Season in Review: Boys’ Basketball

Dawgs Tree Many Opponents in Impressive 2012-13 Season Boys’ Basketball Team Nets 25 Wins, Liberty Crown by Lauree Padgett

The Haddonfield boys basketball team had a stellar year, compiling an impressive 25-4 record en route to winning the Colonial Conference Liberty Division and beating some heavyweights in nonleague competition as well. The team reached the South Jersey Group 2 semi-finals before a tough game against their Colonial rival Sterling brought their season to an end.

I was ready to start scribbling the game play-by-play with my almost indecipherable handwriting into my trusty steno pad. But alas, Haddonfield Online was still not online! So, to keep myself in the game, so to speak, I started using the scorebook to at least record points, fouls, assists, and rebounds (although even without doing the play-by-play, it was still often tricky to keep track of anything but the points). That With Haddonfield Online under cold January night, the Garnets renovation, I wasn’t able to do my trailed by 10, 33-22, at the half, with usual game write-ups – and boy, senior Chris Biddle knocking in 10 there were some big victories that first-half points, and sophomore I would have loved to describe in guards Rob and Nick DePersia each detail — so instead, I’m going to contributing 8. However, in the combine what would have been my 3rd quarter, Heights matched the “Top 10” season wrap-up by trying Dawgs’ 10 points and actually outto give you an idea of how fun a scored Haddonfield by 3, 19-16 in season it was to watch. the fourth. Still, that wasn’t enough The action began on Friday, to cancel out the 11-point halftime Dec. 14, as the Dawgs kicked off lead, and Haddonfield claimed a Colonial Conference play against 59-51 win. Biddle finished with 19, Sterling. I had to miss the first few Nick DePersia ended up with 13, games due to an unusually busy as did senior Billy Griffin, and Rob schedule, so when I saw the score DePersia had 12. This was a good of this game in the paper the next example of why Haddonfield was morning, I had to do a double-take. so successful this year: Instead of But yes, there it was: Haddonfield, having one player dominating the 77, Sterling, 47! And the next six offense, games were won by balgames were more of the same: Sa- anced scoring from the team as a cred Heart got throttled 81-40; West whole. Deptford gave the team a game, but Delsea would finally bring the Dawgs prevailed 79-74. AuduHaddonfield’s perfect record to a bon did not fare as well, as the Wave halt. Really, Haddonfield coach Paul didn’t even break 30 points, getting Wiedeman should know by now not pounded 69-23. to schedule Saturday games that The first two games I saw took start before late afternoon, let alone place in a post-Christmas tournahave the tip-off at 11:30 a.m. While ment held December 27–28 at Lethe game wasn’t the total blowout nape Regional High School. First up that the 67-49 final would indicate, was Philadelphia’s Archbishop Ryan. it was definitely not the best effort Talk about a stress-filled game that of the season. It should be noted it was slow-moving on top of it. In was also the Dawgs’ fifth straight the end, the Dawgs held on for a away game. 39-32 W. The next night against The Dawgs shook off that Willingboro, the team that had sent 18-point defeat when they returned the Dawgs packing in the playoffs home to pick back up with conferlast year, the Dawgs dispatched the ence play against Overbrook. This Chimeras by 19 points, 60-41. The time, the final score was 61-42, next meeting a few months down Dawgs. Griffin had 16, Biddle, 15; the road in round 2 of the South Jerand Nick DePersia, 12. The game sey Group 2 playoffs would be a bit at home two days later against more drama-filled, but I’m getting Gateway gave the Dawgs their most ahead of myself. lopsided W of the season, as they Haddon Heights, another skinned the Gators 75-22. Again, Colonial nemesis, hosted the Dawgs Biddle, Griffin, and Nick DePersia for the first game of 2013. By now, provided the bulk of the scoring,

but this game saw 10 Haddonfield players see action. After that short, 2-game respite at home, the Dawgs hit the road again, this time for six games, four conference and two nonleague. And the Dawgies kept on rolling, rolling, rolling. Collingwood went down 6844, with the DePersia duo, arguably one of the fastest guard tandems in South Jersey, providing a combined 25 points (13 for Rob, 12 for Nick), and Biddle adding 16. The Sterling rematch wasn’t quite as one-sided, but Haddonfield still came out on top, 59-43. The Saturday game on 1/19 versus Pennsauken started a little later, at 1 p.m. Still, the Dawgs found themselves trailing by 4 at the end of two quarters. During halftime, Coach Wiedeman must have helped to get the leftover sleep out of his team’s eyes, and they put 20 points on the board compared to Pennsauken’s 11 to take a 37-32 advantage into the final quarter. In the last 8 minutes, the Dawgs outscored Pennsauken 19-6, with 12 of those points coming from the foul line, to win 56-38. Lions gave the Dawgs a little more trouble. The Dawgs only put 4 more points on the board in each of the first two quarters, and only scored 2 more points in the 3rd. In the 4th, Lindenwold got 2 more than Haddonfield, but the Dawgs still won by 8, 54-46. The second time was no better for West Deptford, who the Dawgs had only beaten by 5 in their first meeting. Although the Eagles would be up 9-7 after the first quarter, the Dawgs found their bite and poured 24 points into the basket to take a 31-22 lead into the locker room. Griffin hit a trey of 3’s in the third and finished with 16 points as the Dawgs finished off West Deptford 67-40. The team’s long road trip wrapped up with another blowout, as they rolled over Westampton Tech 89-42 to bring their record to 15-1. The month of January drew to a close with games versus Haddon Heights and Haddon Township. This go-round, the Garnets got stoned, 60-39. Griffin went to town with five treys, finishing with 19, and the De-



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Season in Review: Boys’ Basketball

Dawgs Tree Many Opponents in Impressive 2012-13 Season by Lauree Padgett

Persia boys added 24 to the score. Next, the Hawks didn’t get far off the ground, going down 59-35. I wrote in my scorebook that in the last 5 minutes of the second quarter, Haddonfield held Haddon Township scoreless, going on a 13-0 run. Biddle and Griffin would each finish with 12 and Nick DePersia would knock in 16. Haddonfield went into February boasting an 18-1 record, 12-0 in the Colonial Conference. Host Overbrook did not put up much of a fight, as the Dawgs cruised 78-33. Nicky D’s 20 led the Dawgs’ offense, which included 9 treys, and Biddle had 17. The Dawgs were not very hospitable two nights later to Collingswood, upending them again 61-35. Biddle and Nicky D. led the points barrage again, scoring 20 and 16, respectively. At the end of the Saturday game (2/9) at Bishop Eustace, in which the Dawgs won by less than 10 points for only the 5th time all year, the Dawgs were sitting pretty with a 20-1 record. Woodbury came to town and were rammed 60-44, with Rob D. and Giffin leading the charge with 19 points and 15 points, respectively. The Cherry Hill West Lions were in the house on Feb. 14, which was Senior Night as well as Valentine’s Day. This game started in a way that I’d never seen before. Instead of the tip-off mid-court, the action began with Chris Biddle at the foul line shooting 2. Why? The line-up the Lions turned in did not match the five players who went out onto the court, which resulted in a technical that put the ball in Biddle’s hand from the free throw line. He made both shots, then Haddonfield got the ball and scored again. Rob D went on his own scoring rampage, putting half of the Dawgs’ 24 first quarter points up on the board. The next quarter, Biddle caught fire, scoring 11 points, making it a 44-22 halftime lead. In the 3rd, the Dawgs’ other starting senior, Billy Griffin, nailed 3 treys, made two foul shots, and a lay-up for 13 points, and when the final buzzer sounded, the Dawgs had trounced West by 38 points, 86-48. Biddle ended up with 28 points, Rob D., 17, Griffin, 14.

The Dawgs would lose 3 out of their last 6 games—2 more than they had lost in their first 22 games. It started off with a frustrating nonleague contest versus Eastern in the annual Cherry Hill East tournament. While the Dawgs held to a tenuous, 24-22 edge at the half, the Vikings would smother the Dawgs in the 3rd quarter, holding them to one basket by Biddle to go up 31-26. Haddonfield came back in the 4th but it was too little, too late, and was conquered by the Vikings, 5142. Cherokee followed in an away game, and no one was looking forward to taking on the Chiefs.

anticipated than the Paulsboro game the week before. Since the Dawgs had put away Willingboro by 19 in the beginning of the season, you might be wondering why the rematch against the 8th seeded Chimeras was giving Dawg fans some anxiety. It was due to the fact that the Chimeras had recently gained the services of two transfer players (actually, both players had originally played for Willingboro, left, then returned) who had had to sit out a good part of the season, making them a much more potent team than they had been two months earlier.

Even though they hadn’t been having a great season, they were still considered trouble for the Dawgs. In fact, Cherokee proved to be an easy, 63-48, conquest. Nicky D. had 20, Biddle, 19, and Bah had one of his best outings of the year, with 13 points and a ton of rebounds.

Round two versus Willingboro lived up to the hype and then some. The first 16 minutes of play had the Dawgs and Chimeras neck and neck. The Dawgs had a 2-point, 108 edge after the first quarter, but the teams matched each other point for point in the second quarter, so going into halftime, Haddonfield was clinging to a 20-18 lead. Then in the third quarter, Billy Griffin took over. With the score tied at 20, Griffin hit a 3. Willingboro answered with a 2 to make it 23-22, Haddonfield.

The last game of the regular season on Feb. 21 was the much anticipated match versus Paulsboro, who was also undefeated in Colonial play, sitting atop the Patriot Division. The Dawgs never led, although they kept nipping at Red Raiders’ heels all night. Despite 23 points from Biddle and 13 from Griffin, the Dawgs came up short, 61-55, as the Raiders finished 16-0 in the conference, with the Dawgs 15-1.

Then Griffin hit another three. And another. The Dawgs were now up 29-22 with 4:09 left in the quarter. Willingboro got a 2 and then was credited with a 3 that was clearly not a 3. The player wasn’t close to the arc, making it hard to tell if his foot might have been touching the line. No, indeed, he The Dawgs had to shake off the was about 18 inches inside the arc. Paulsboro defeat to get ready for I wrote a 2 down in my book, and a third game with Collingswood to so did the sports writers from the begin the NJISAA playoffs on Feb. Inquirer and Courier Post (I checked 25. Haddonfield was the No. 1 seed with the Inky’s Phil Anastasia the in South Jersey Group 2, giving next day and he confirmed it). Then them home court advantage. The I heard a lot of commotion and general law of averages says that it realized what had happened. Paul is always hard to defeat the same Wiedeman was going nuts. Hadteam three times in one season, but donfield fans were going nuts. Yet Haddonfield beat odds and Collingsomehow, all three referees missed swood, 63-45. Rob D. was the this crucial part of the shot. So, that spark this time, scoring 15 points made it 29-27 (instead of 29-26). in the first half and finishing with As wound up as their fans were in 22. Biddle’s 12 second-half points the stands, the Dawgs on the court kept Collingswood at bay, and he stayed calm, especially Griffin, who finished with 16. proceeded to put air back in the The Dawgs’ second-round lungs of the aforementioned fans opponent was Willingboro and by knocking down his 4th straight this contest may have been more 3-pointer to push the lead back up


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Season in Review: Boys’ Basketball

Boys’ Basketball Team Nets 25 Wins, Liberty Crown Reported exclusively for What’s On Haddonfield Willingboro’s desperation, halfcourt shot dropped, and the Dawgs had escaped with a thrilling, 55-54 victory.

role model for the younger players. As for Billy Griffin, he once again led the team in 3-point field goals made, with 70 for the year. Wiedeman also emphasized that Griffin improved his overall game, including rebounds and assists. He said of Griffin, “Billy was one of the most loyal and reliable players I’ve had the pleasure of coaching. I can’t’ remember a time he missed a summer workout, summer or fall league game.” He added, “He always played with a team ego and quiet confidence.”

the ball three times and deflected the ball a few more times. He also changed the trajectory of a few shots from East players. He also participated in the 3-point contest The Dawgs would face another during halftime, hitting 10 3’s. AnColonial Conference rival in the nouncing all the action was a voice Group 2 semi-finals, Sterling, who well-known to Haddonfield fans, they had also met twice before, Mark Hershberger. And, as he did beating them the first time by 30 one other time at a home game points and the second time by 16. when the recording of the National This time, the third meeting would Anthem wouldn’t play, Hershberger not be charmed for Haddonfield. ended up singing it before the start The Dawgs just never got firing on of the game on Sunday. His explaboth cylinders. Although the Dawgs nation was that the recording was The 4th quarter was alarming, were only down by 2, 13-11, after not in the queue, as it had been Aside from coaching his team in more ways than one. The Dawgs’ 1 quarter, by halftime, the Silver played before the 8th grade all-star to their 25-4 record and conference 8-point lead didn’t hold up for long. Knights were up by 6. The Dawgs game (by the way, Billy’s younger title, Wiedeman hit another personal With 3:31 to go, the Chimeras had were trailing by 10, 46-36, going brother, Brian, played in this game), into the 4th. But Nicky D. hit two milestone in his career, getting his gotten back to within 3, 46-43. but he didn’t know this when he was treys, with brother Rob and Biddle 300th career win in the Dec, 18th That’s when the fire alarm started told to ask everyone to rise to sing also going long. With the Dawgs victory over West Deptford in this going off—for the second straight it. So, what else could he do but down now only by 2, 50-48, Nick his 14th year as the Dawgs’ head game. However, when it sounded sing it sans music to the amazement stepped up tot the foul line with coach. He now has an amazing 323Monday, the game hadn’t even of most everyone in attendance. 82 record, with a winning percentstarted. This time, the game was at 4:18 left and tied the game at 50. It had been 4 years since I’d been However, Sterling would hold the age of nearly 80%. He predicts that a crucial point. Still, everyone had at this game (then to see Michael Dawgs to 3 points, all foul shots, with the team’s returning starters, to exit the gym (the players were Steinberger), so I did not know the for the rest of the game, becoming Nick and Rob DePersia and Abby allowed to remain in their respecDePersia name then. tive locker rooms). Finally, the fans unstoppable offensively, scoring 12 Bah, along with Jake Robinson and Ted Stavetski, who always gave the That Sunday, I found out that were let back in and 17 minutes af- and winning by 9, 62-53. team good minutes off the bench Nick and Rob’s dad, Robert, is one ter the game had been interrupted, While the season-ending loss both offensively and defensively, as of the main organizers of the event. the teams were back on the court. to Sterling was bitter pill to swallow, well as some talented JV players And, Rob and Nick were scorekeepThe unexpected break seemed it also didn’t alter the fact that the from this year ready to step up, the ers for the games. (Hey, guys, did Dawgs had a tremendous season. to settle down the Dawgs a bit. Dawgs will be ready to compete for one of you accidentally gyp Billy Coach Wiedeman said the 25 wins Nicky D. was fouled as he went another conference title. out of one of his treys when tallying end to end attempting to score. He was the most surprising aspect his points? The Inquirer only had of the season, considering the One final note (well, make that hit both his foul shots, making it him with 5 points, not 8!) Even difficulty of the team’s nonconfera paragraph or two). Sunday, March 48-43. Willingboro answered with 6th grader Mike DePersia, who I a basket. After a timeout with 1:49 ence schedule and the fact that the 24, Haddonfield was well-repreunderstand is also an outstanding team’s two leading scorers from sented at the 36th Annual South left, the Dawgs starting running hoops player, was seen coming and the previous season, Mike Lacatena Jersey High School All-Star Game, the clock down a bit. Griffin went going, providing many of the press more commonly referred to as the in the paint for a 2-pointer, but got and Jack Sikkema, had graduated and volunteers with food. Another highlight was winning the Al Carnino All-Star Game. Fifteen fouled and made it a 3-point play Liberty crown. Wiedeman called players representing the East (with So, that’s a wrap for me. It was with his free throw. It was 51-45 the Willingboro playoff victory the players from such schools as St. a great season and I’m already lookwith 1:09 to go. Griffin got fouled highlight game of the season, with Augustine, Wildwood, Willingboro, ing forward to next year. And hopeagain, this time making 1-2, and Middle Township, and Delsea) and fully by then, I’ll have my regular gig with 54 seconds left, it was 52-45. the Liberty Conference title also a high watermark. West (with teams from the Colonial back covering all the games! However, with two foul shots and Conference as well as schools such _________ a field got, Willinboro got back to Wiedeman heaped praise on as Shawnee, Lenape, and Eastern) Photo taken at Pennsauken High within 3, 52-49. Bah was fouled his two starting seniors, noting play a 48-minute game divided School on January 19, 2013 shows and made 1-2, but Willingboro that both will be missed next year. into four 12-minute quarters. The Haddonfield senior Chris Biddle answered with another bucket, and “Chris Biddle had an incredible game not only showcases some of #42, who will play basketball at with 22.1 seconds on the clock, it senior season by leading us in was a 2-point, 53-51 game. Neither scoring, field goal percentage, free South Jersey’s best players, it raises Catholic University, Washington DC, money for scholarships, assisting next year. team scored on their next possesthrow percentage, and three-point more than 200 athletes in continusion, but after Willingboro’s shot field goal percentage as well as ing their education. did not go in, Nicky D. grabbed the blocks.” Wiedeman also referred rebound, made a long pass to his to Biddle as an incredible leader Playing for the West was our brother, and Rob went up and in for both during games and practices, own Billy Griffin. He hit a pair of 2, making it 55-51. At the buzzer, acknowledging that he was a real treys, scored a lay-up, picked off to 32-27. After Abby Bah pulled down a defensive rebound, Chris Biddle picked up where Griffin had left off, also nailing a 3. Willingboro again failed to score, Nicky D. got fouled under Haddonfield’s basket and sank both free throws to make it 37-27, Haddonfield with 1:23 remaining in the 3rd. The Chimeras got a field goal and then a legit 3-pointer to make it 37-32, but Rob D. finished the quarter with one final 3, putting the Dawgs back up 40-32.




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First Friday Arts Downtown 1st Fri 5:00p to 9:00p May thru Sep 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 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

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

Borough Hall weekdays 8:30a to 4:30p 242 Kings hwy e 429-4700

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

Environmental Commission/ Green Team 3rd Tue 7:00p borough hall, Room 102 429-4700 Historic Preservation Commission wed two weeks before planning board 7:30p borough hall, Room 102 Human Relations Commission 3rd Thu 7:30p (except Jul aug) borough hall, Room 102

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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 1st wed 7:30p 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 Thu 8:00p borough hall, Room 102 Senior Citizen Advisory Council 3rd Mon 9:15a (except Jul Dec) Mabel Kay Senior center

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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

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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

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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 3D’S LAWN SERVICE & LANDSCAPING 856 979-1303 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, horticulturalist. Beautiful and creative landscapes and gardens. 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 PLUMBING/HEATING FILAN & CONNER Plumbing, HVAC, bathroom remodeling. 24-hour emergency service. 856 768-2888 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 BEHR BUILDING SERVICES LLC Commercial and residential roofing, gutters, gutter cleaning. Haddonfield. 609-868-2844 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 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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Hearing loss ... and what to do about it

The Chicken Run 411

Wine, dine, and help the community

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 Do you – or does someone you love – often find it necessary to ask others to repeat themselves? Dr. Lisa Cutillo from Associates in Hearing Health Care will speak at the next meeting of the Evening Membership Department of the Haddon Fortnightly on Tue Apr 9. The program will take place at the Clubhouse on the corner of Kings Hwy E and Grove Street in Haddonfield beginning at 7:30pm. During an interactive presentation, Dr. Cutillo will present information about hearing, hearing loss, and treatment options. Attendees will receive educational materials and small thank-you gifts. Door prizes will also be awarded. Refreshments will be served following the business meeting. All are welcome to attend.  The annual Haddonfield Progressive Dinner will take place on the evening of Fri Apr 26. This year, proceeds from the event will benefit Twin Oaks Food Pantry and fund services for those with developmental disabilities. Guests will begin the evening with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at a host home. Later, diners will share an intimate meal with friends prepared by an area chef in a another Haddonfield home. If you are interested in hosting a dinner for the event, contact Pamela Collins at 609-267-5928 x320 or e-mail Sponsorship opportunities abound! For information, call 609-267-5928. Information about this event and photos from last year’s Progressive Dinner are available at

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 Save this date! The 4th annual “Chicken Runs at Midnight” is scheduled for Sat May 4 at Haddonfield Memorial High School. Last year, thousands of people rallied behind the Garstkiewicz and Hough families. The Canuso Foundation is seeking a repeat performance in 2013. For more information, go to canusofoundation. org. Stay tuned to What’s On for details about this blockbuster event as they become available. 506-1664

 Haddonfield Little League’s 2013 Golf Outing will be held on Thu May 9 at Pennsauken Country Club ( The event will begin with registration and lunch at 12n. The shotgun start will take place at 1pm. Happy hour – and the awards ceremony – will commence at 6pm. Individual golfers may register for $150; foursomes may register for $560. Don’t play? Skip the golf and just enjoy dinner, the open bar, and the silent auction for $35. Sponsors are needed, as are silent auction items. Visit for details.

Next, at Jersey Java and Tea:

 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 an evening of free entertainment! The event lineup includes: • Fri Apr 5 – Musician John Cook • Sat Apr 6 – Music by Justin and Cait • Tue Apr 9 – Jason Kilderry of ETA Coach will present a seminar on running technique at 7:15pm. • Fri Apr 12 – Musician Jim Six • Sat Apr 13 – Music by Valkyrains • Thu Apr 18 – Representatives from Liberty Lake Day Camp will host an Open House event. Stop by for complementary coffee and snacks. Bring your kids ... and bring their friends! Learn about Liberty Lake’s programs while the kids enjoy craft activities. • Sat Apr 20 – Musicians Heidi Wolfson, Art Cohen, Steve Lessick, and Rob Lincoln • Fri Apr 26 – Music by Ran Tan Toon • Sat Apr 27 – Music by Terry Merriman • Sat May 4 – Music by Jackson County Cats Programs begin at 7pm. For more information, call 428-0707 or visit

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#550 • APRIL 5 TO 19, 2013

Notices & Classified Ads

Gail Benson

Gail Elizabeth Benson (nee Smith), a resident of Haddonfield, died on March 16, 2013. She was 76. Mrs. Benson is survived by her husband, Charles Benson. Haddonfield survivors include a daughter, Deborah Quigley (Thomas). The deceased was an active member of the First Baptist Church of Haddonfield where she sang in the church choir. Previously, Mrs. Benson served as the director of Youth Christian Education and as a nursery school teacher at the Haddonfield United Methodist Church. She was a member of the Haddon Fortnightly and the Haddonfield Lions Club. She worked the election day polls for many years, coached a winning boys youth soccer team, refereed for Haddonfield youth soccer, and served in various leadership and teaching positions in Haddonfield.

Elizabeth Burns

Elizabeth Frances Burns (nee O’Toole), a resident of Westmont NJ, died on March 26, 2013. She was 85. Mrs. Burns was the widow of James Burns. She was a graduate of Haddonfield Memorial High School.

Leonard Jones

Leonard Jones, a resident of Audubon NJ, died on March 24, 2013. He was 89. Mr. Jones is survived by his wife, June Jones. The deceased was an active member of the First Baptist Church of Haddonfield.

Dominic DeCencio

Dominic V. DeCencio, a resident of Ocean City NJ, died on March 13, 2013. He was 74. Haddonfield survivors include a son, Dean DeCencio (Laura).

Joseph Kaczorowski

Joseph J. Kaczorowski, a resident of Voorhees NJ, died on March 21, 2013. He was 77. Mr. Kaczorowski is survived by his wife, Joan Kaczorowski. Haddonfield survivors include a brother, Robert Kaczorowski.

Anne McLaughlin

Anne M. McDonnell McLaughlin, a resident of Houston TX, died on March 18, 2013. She was 87. Mrs. McLaughlin was the widow of Edward McLaughlin. Haddonfield survivors include a sister-in-law, Eileen McDonnell.

Julia Rooney

Julia Campbell Rooney, a resident of Cherry Hill NJ, died on March 12, 2013. She was 85. Mrs. Rooney was the widow of Gerald Rooney, Sr. Haddonfield survivors include a brother, William Campbell (Josephine).

Dorothy Wallace

Dorothy Mulloy Wallace, a resident of Naples, FL, died on March 17, 2013. She was 102. Mrs. Wallace grew up in Haddonfield. She was the widow of Theodore Wallace.

Carolyn Woolley

Carolyn McCotter Woolley, a resident of Ocean Township NJ, died on March 21, 2013. She was 99. Mrs. Woolley was the widow of Alfred Woolley. Haddonfield survivors include a son, Michael Woolley (Mary).

Break bread with the primetimers

 The Primetimers’ Luncheons at the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield are hot! Beginning at 12n on Wed Apr 10, the Primetimers will enjoy a lunch of meatloaf, mashed potatoes, salad, beets, rolls, and caramel-fudge chocolate cake. Lunches cost $4. Reservations must be made no later than the Monday before the scheduled lunch by calling the church office at 429-1960. You need not be a member of the church to enjoy lunch with the Primetimers!




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Gloria E. Baird (nee Hansel), a resident of Cinnaminson NJ, died on March 22, 2013. She was 82. Mrs. Baird was the widow of James Baird. Haddonfield survivors include a daughter, Donna Varevice.


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Next at plays & players ...

 Did you know that Plays & Players was the first theatre in the Delaware Valley to premiere Number the Stars more than 13 years ago? Believing that the story’s message remains vitally important, Number the Stars will come to the Plays & Players’ stage once again. The stage version of Number the Stars was adapted from Lois Lowry’s Newbery Award-winning book. The show, set in 1943 Copenhagen, tells the story of how members of 10-year-old Annemarie Johansen’s family risked their lives to save her friend – Ellen Rosen – from the Nazis. Several weekday performances are planned for school groups. Public shows will take place on Wednesdays, Apr 17 and Apr 24, at 7:30pm; and on Sundays, Apr 21 and Apr 28, at 2pm. Tickets cost $10. Call 429-8139 or go to for more information.

Take your place for Lizzy’s race

 The Elizabeth Haddon PTA will host its 9th annual 5k run and 1-mile funwalk on Sat May 18. Events will start at 9am; registration will begin at 8am. The rain-or-shine festival of fitness will take place on the elementary school’s grounds (501 Redman Ave, Haddonfield) and promises fun for every member of the family. For registration materials, visit Consider becoming a sponsor! As a sponsor, your business or family’s name will appear on t-shirts and other materials. E-mail nicoleconrey@ or for details.

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... but the Liberty Lake 5 Star Points Program takes youth development to the next level. We teach LIFE SKILLS and inspire young people to change the world! Every moment of every day at Liberty Lake is an opportunity to make a positive impact. Through our dynamic “Freedom of Choice” Elective Program, campers customize their days with over 60 week-long activities covering all aspects of Athletics, Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Gifted/Talented, and Adventure.

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Each day’s adventure starts when kids board the bus at the Haddonfield Acme. Destination: Bordentown NJ Exit 52A on Route 295, only 25 minutes away!


Our daily “Spirit Events” capture a positive energy and spirit of community normally found only at sleepaway camp. Through this extensive programming, the 5 Star Points of Youth Development remain in the forefront of our mission with your children. To learn more about this unique approach to summer camp, visit us online, and then in person at our Tour Days on Sunday, February 24 or Sunday, March 10, between 11am and 3pm. We love our Haddonfield and Collingswood families, and look forward to meeting you and yours!

All Rhoads will lead to Crows

 Celebrate Earth Day in Crows Woods! On Sat Apr 27 – from 10am to 2pm – the Environmental Commission, Sustainable Haddonfield, the Historical Society of Haddonfield, and the Shade Tree Commission will join forces to celebrate the borough’s natural environment and history during “All Rhoads Lead to Crows Woods – A Tricentennial Earth Day Celebration.” Begin your day in Crows Woods at the Pavilion and be sure to wear appropriate clothing. Revelers will be treated to live animal show sponsored by the Academy of Natural Sciences, guided nature hikes to the area’s beaver dams; crafts and kids’ activities, cupcakes honoring the birthday prominent Haddonfield naturalist Samuel Rhoads, expert tree advice, and more. The Shade Tree Commission will present information about the 2013 Tricentennial Trees sale. For further information, e-mail Visit for late-breaking news about this event.



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