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 Spring is in the air which means First Fridays aren’t far behind. Haddonfield’s inaugural First Friday event of 2013 will take place on the evening of May 3 from 5 to 9pm. Why not indulge in an evening stroll downtown? First Fridays offer residents and visitors a dazzling mix of music, curbside art displays, outdoor dining opportunities, and instore specials. The entertainment lineup on May 3 will include She Hates Me (pictured), New Generation, and Albert Sarnese. The live entertainment will spill over into Sat May 4 – DJ Frank Staff will serenade the masses in Kings Court between


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11am and 3pm. Haddonfield’s annual Mom’s the Word promotion will also commence in the business district on First Friday, May 3; it will run thru Sun May 11. Many of Haddonfield’s shops, boutiques, and restaurants will offer unique in-store events and specials throughout the promotion period. For a full list of participating businesses, visit Of course, First Fridays offer something for every member of the family. Children of all ages are sure to enjoy the borough’s first “Flat Haddy continued on page 2 >

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 A Haddon Heights tradition, Down By the Station Day will take place on Sat May 11, from 10am to 4pm, rain or shine. The extravaganza is intended to draw attention to National Train Day and the Station Avenue Historic District. Make tracks to downtown Haddon Heights and celebrate in style! See page 6 for details. For more Haddon Heights events, see pages 4-7.



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Meet Moscatelli at Markeim

 John Moscatelli, a Haddonfield Borough Commissioner Candidate, will host a meet-andgreet fundraiser on Sat Apr 20, from 2 to 4pm, at Markeim Arts Center (104 Walnut Street). Guests will have an opportunity to meet and speak with candidate Moscatelli while enjoying coffee and dessert. Admission is $20. Reserve space by e-mailing the Moscatelli campaign at Moscatelli2013@gmail. com or by calling 354-3232. Tickets will also be available at the door.

Make time for “A french Affair�

 The New Jersey MasterChorale will present its final concert event of the season, titled “A French Affair,â€? on Sun Apr 28 at 7pm. The concert will be take place at the Haddonfield United Methodist Church (29 Warwick Road). The chorale will perform Maurice DuruflÊ’s “Requiem,â€? Francis Poulenc’s “Gloria,â€? and Lili Boulanger’s “Psaume XXIV.â€? The MasterChorale will be joined by more than 40 members of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Friends and soloists ChloĂŠ Moore, Chrystal Williams, and Eric Dubin. Free tickets: 429-0403.

Creation Weekend

 The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield (124 Kings Hwy E) is gearing up for Creation Weekend! On Sat Apr 21, volunteers will pitch in to help Haddonfield Baptist Cemetery (402 Kings Hwy E) look her best. Clean-up activities will take place from 9am to 12:30pm. Bring your rake and gloves; refreshments will be served. On Creation Sunday, Apr 22, beginning at 11am, a special worship service will be held. Children’s Sunday School will commence at 11:15am. The church’s young stewards will be treated to a frog presentation by a representative from the Rancocas Nature Center. Refreshments will be served outside the church following services, weather permitting. firstbaptisthaddonfield. org

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Contest� which will begin on – you guessed it! – May 3. Those who wish to participate in the contest are encouraged to visit shophaddonfieldnj. org, print their own “Flat Haddy,� cut her out, decorate her, and then photograph their new flat friend having fun in Haddonfield or elsewhere this summer. The possibilities are endless! Participants must submit their best printed Flat Haddy photograph at the Haddonfield Information Center (2 Kings Court) on or before Fri Aug 30 to be eligible to win the big prize: a $100 Haddonfield Townwide Gift Certificate. The contest winner will be announced on the final First Friday of 2013, Sep 6. Flat Haddy photos will be displayed in the Information Center window all summer.

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Around the Towns What’s Your Take?

• New mom SUSIE BRUCE and camera-natural baby MITCH (7 months) don’t get out much after dark. “Any a date night would be good!” laughed Susie. The pair is pictured enjoying a visit with a playmate in Haddonfield’s Kings Court.

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• Devoted Tatem pre-school assistants BETTINA HALLA and JUDY GREENBERG look forward to a night out after a long week of work. “I like Little Tuna, especially their Thursday night specials!” answered Bettina. “Our family loves Oriental Pearl ... their sushi is outstanding. It’s a great go-to place when you haven’t thought about what’s for dinner!” added Judy.

• Sisters MARCI SHAPIRO and MAUREEN MOORE enjoy date nights in different settings. “I enjoy dinner at Little Tuna,” said Marci. Maureen, pictured a day before her mission trip to Haiti, prefers her date nights at the Mad Hatter near her home in Hamilton, Bermuda.

• BROOKE SZYMANSKI, ANNALEISE PALO, and RORY ONORATO concurred that dinner at Cross Culture or Da Soli and a sweet treat at Indulgence Cupcakery would make for the perfect night out. They also agreed that shopping at Haddonfield’s Six Clothing would complete the experience!

• Barristas KAYLIE LYNCH and NICK FOWLER believe every date night should include “dessert and coffee at Saxbys!” Kaylie added that she would begin her date with dinner at Tre Famiglia on Haddon Ave in Haddonfield. • BRITTENY DeANGELO and her girls, KARIS (6) and SHILOH (4), are pictured enjoying a mid-day outing in downtown Haddonfield. “A perfect date night for my husband and I would be dinner at Little Tuna,” Britteny revealed. “For the kids, it would be a visit to Sweet T’s!”

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 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 Cen Senior citizens: The following groups meet ter. regularly in the Senior Room at the Community One night per week: The cost is $30 for residents; $35 for non-residents. Center (321 Seventh Ave, Haddon Heights), unless Two nights per week: The cost is $61 for residents; $66 for non-residents. otherwise noted. • Low Impact Aerobics/Cardio – Elevate your heart rate without trauma• Mah-Jongg – Experienced players are weltizing your joints! This class is designed for adults who are 55-plus. Classes come to jump in on Friday and Monday afterwill meet at the Community Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 14 noons from 12:30 to 2:30pm. thru Jun 27, at 10am. To learn to play Mah-Jongg, contact Amy One day per week: The cost is $21 for residents; $26 for non-residents. Lafferty at 546-2585. Two days per week: The cost is $42 for residents; $47 for non-residents. • Bridge Club – This club gets together on the • Abs and Lower Body – Take your core to the next level! 45-minute 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, from 12:30 to classes will be held at the Community Center on Tuesdays, May 14 thru Jun 3pm. 25, at 6:30pm. The cost is $35 for residents; $40 for non-residents. • Senior Community Table – Seniors gather at • Gentle Yoga & Meditation – Learn to manage life stressors using timearea eateries on Tuesdays between 11:30am and honored techniques. Classes will take place on Wednesday evenings, from 1:30pm. See page 7 for a venue listing. May 15 thru Jun 26, at 6:15pm at the Cabin. • Men’s Cards, Cake, and Coffee – Men of all • Yoga – Cultivate inner-peace by linking breath and movement with Vinages are welcome to attend meetings on Friday yasa Flow. Classes will be held on Wednesdays, from May 15 thru Jun 26, at mornings at 9:30am. Enjoy a few games of cards 7:30pm. while engaging in friendly discussion. One day per week: The cost is $43 for residents; $48 for non-residents. • Book Club – Read, then share on the 2nd • Zumba Toning – Take your Zumba fitness regime to a whole new level! Tuesday of each month! A new book club is start- The class will meet on Thursdays – May 16 thru Jun 27 – at 6pm at the ing in Heights, so it’s the perfect time to jump Community Center. The cost is $26 for residents; $31 for non-residents. in. The club will meet on May 14 at the Haddon • Bollywood Doonya Fit – Enjoy a Bollywood-inspired, easy-to-follow, Heights Library. non-stop cardio and strength-building party! Classes will be offered on MonFor further details about these free programs, day nights, May 13 thru Jun 24, at 7:15pm. The cost is $58 for residents; $63 call 547-3950. for non-residents. For details and registration materials, visit



 The Haddon Heights Business and Professional Association’s Farmers’ Market is scheduled to re-open on Sun May 5. Market events will be held each Sunday, from 10am to 1pm, at the corner of Station Ave and Atlantic Ave E.

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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.



Hey, neighbor!

 Here’s a perfect opportunity to reconnect with your friends and neighbors. A Neighbors’ Night Out event will be held on the evening of Sat Jun 1 on Atlantic Ave in Haddon Heights (look for the huge tent). The event will feature food by Anthony’s Italian Cuisine and The Hotdog Man; live music by Funktion 11, Jeremy Grenhart, Suitcase Murphy, and She Hates Me; and – of course! – sparkling conversation. Tickets cost $60 per guest or $110 per couple. They are available at Haddon Heights Borough Hall and the library.

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 Turn your trash 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). Visit haddonheights. com for a list of participating homes.

 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.

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 April issue of The Heights Report for more information.

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.

I’ll meet you at the station!

 Down By the Station Day – presented by the Borough of Haddon Heights and the Business and Professional Association – will take place on Sat May 11, from 10am to 4pm. The extravaganza is intended to draw attention to National Preservation Week, National Train Day, and the Station Avenue Historic District. The festivities will be held, rain or shine, on the 500- and 600-blocks of Station Ave. Shops and eateries will offer specials. Don’t miss: • The Delaware & Susquehanna Model Railroad Club will exhibit their 1950’s railroad model in the Passenger Station. • A trolly will provide free transportation to weary shoppers while adding to the festive atmosphere. The trolly will run along Station Ave to Prospect Ridge. • Station Avenue merchants will host sales events and Mother’s Day specials. • The Haddon Heights Library will host an art sale. Stop by to peruse the library’s discarded masterpieces! Proceeds will benefit the Library. • Bob Hunter, chair of the Historic Preservation Commission, will host a discussion about the Haddon Heights Post Office and the significance of its bas-relief sculpture – “The Letter” by Isamu Noguchi – at 1pm during Down by the Station Day.

protect Spot and Mittens

 The Haddon Heights Board of Health will host its annual rabies clinic for dogs and cats on Sat Apr 27 at the Borough Fire House (608 Station Ave, Rear) between the hours of 8:30 and 9:30am. Free rabies vaccines are available as a public service. Pet owners may obtain licenses for their dogs and cats at the clinic. All dogs and cats living in the Borough of Haddon Heights must be licensed in order to receive the rabies vaccine. For further information, call Maureen Hall at 547-7164 x21.


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The Caregivers’ corner

 Resolve to make volunteering part of your family’s routine this summer. 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 Haddon Heights Borough Hall on Tue Jul 16 from 9 to 11:30am. 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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It’s playtime

 Parents and young children are encouraged to stop by RendezVous (531 Station Ave, Haddon Heights) on Friday mornings for coffee and conversation. Play Date is held from 10:30am to 12n. Bring your child – or children – and a toy to share.



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 547-3950 if you require transportation. Reconnect with friends while supporting businesses in Haddon Heights this spring! Next: • 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) • May 21 – Station House Restaurant (602 Station Ave, 547-5517) • May 28 – Anthony’s Creative Italian Cuisine (512 Station Ave, 310-7766)

They’re searching for crafters and vendors

 In cooperation with the Original Garden State Corvette Club, the Haddon Heights Business and Professional Association will hold its annual Fall Festival and Corvette Show on Sat Oct 5. This rain-or-shine event promises fun for all! If you would like to be an art/craft vendor – or a food and beverage vendor – during the Fall Festival and Corvette Show, contact George Wise at 546-1129. Applications and information are also available at

Students plan an all-nighter to fight cancer

 The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life is one of the country’s largest fundraising events. Locally, the rain-or-shine relay event is scheduled for Fri May 10 to Sat May 11 at Haddon Heights High School. The event will bring students together to celebrate those who have survived cancer and remember those who have not. To learn about how you can support this student-organized event, go to


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Joe Riggs Chief

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This tour’s the talk of the town

 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. Participants will have an opportunity to tour five homes: • The house on Potter Street was built in 1813 for Elizabeth Ellis Fortiner by two of her twelve children. A beautifully preserved example of federal architecture, this home was renovated extensively by the current owners. • On Woodland Ave, participants will visit a home built by celebrated local builder Leroy Sinquett (1883 –1971) over 50 years ago. This home boasts a fascinating history and a three-tiered garden. • The home on Roberts Ave was built in 1820 by Daniel Fortiner. Originally located on Kings Hwy (currently CVS), the home’s front room served as a dry goods store. • High on a hill, the tour home on Warwick Road overlooks Haddonfield. On the property, there is a uniquely contorted tree that has been a Haddonfield landmark for many years. • The final home on the tour, located on Coles Mill Road, overlooks the Cooper River and a lush garden. It has a traditionally furnished interior with a country French flair. Tickets for the tour are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. 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 ($12). Proceeds from the annual tour are used to help maintain the Haddon Fortnightly’s historic meeting place. For more information, contact Tina at 427-0294.

TIMELY TOPIC: OUR TREES Haddonfield’s street trees are a natural treasure. Sadly, disease and weather are taking a toll. I ask for your vote so that I can continue the plans that we have set in motion for safe removal and replacement. •

Increasing our budget for removals to $80,000 this year, which will allow for 235 take-downs.

Following a long-term plan for 1,800 take-downs over the next 10 years.

Partnering with town organizations like the Tricentennial Committee to fund additional plantings, including 100 new trees this year.

Adopting the Shade Tree Commission’s long-term recommendations to promote both safety and renewal of the tree canopy.

Continuing the Borough program to share the cost of takedown and tree replacement with property owners who want expedited attention. This program allows use of private contractors with approval by our Public Works Department.

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 The Haddonfield Council of Churches will sponsor a National Day of Prayer Breakfast on Thu May 2 at 8:30am at the First Baptist Church (124 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield). The guest speaker will be Rev. Bruce Main of UrbanPromise. Rev. Main will present a program titled “Christians in a Time of Violence” beginning at 9:15am. Tickets cost $10 and are available Haddonfield’s churches and at the door on the morning of the event. Reserve your tickets by Fri Apr 26 by calling 429-2326.

The Bard would be proud

 The Dead Playwrights’ Repertory continues to bring the classics to local audiences. The repertory will present three shows during its “Blood is Thicker than Water” series at the Haddonfield Friends Meeting House (45 Friends Ave) this spring. • “The Children of Oedipus – Sophocles/ Aeschylus” (Oedipus at Colonus/Seven Against Thebes/Antigone) will be presented on Sat Apr 27 and on Sat May 4 at 3pm. • Two Noble Kinsmen (William Shakespeare/ John Fletcher) will be presented on Sat Apr 27 at 8pm, Sun Apr 28 at 3pm, and on Sat May 4 at 8pm. • Titus Andronicus (William Shakespeare) will be presented on Sun Apr 28 at 7pm, Fri May 3 at 8pm, and on Sun May 5 at 3pm. Tickets cost $15 for adults/$10 for seniors and students. Two-show combination tickets cost $25 (adult). Three-show combination tickets cost $30 (adult). Tickets are available at Tickets will also be available at the door.

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 In 1911, the Civic Association was founded by a group of citizens concerned about the future of Haddonfield and the challenges confronting the town in the 20th century. A non-partisan organization was formed to disseminate information about important issues and organize platforms for discussion. The association’s founders believed that raising awareness and facilitating resident participation in public discourse would benefit the community. Over 100 years later, the organization’s commitment to inform, promote, and organize civic discussion remains vital. To learn more about the activities of the Civic Association, or to become a member, visit Join members of the Haddonfield Civic Association for the Annual Town Dinner on Thu Apr 25 at Tavistock Country Club. The event will begin with a reception at 6pm. Dinner will commence at 7pm. There will be a cash bar. The event will honor Haddonfield resident Kim Custer, the winner of the Alfred E. Driscoll Award for Outstanding Civic Contributions. The Bradshaw Essay Contest Winners and the recipient of the Kaufman Award Performing Arts from Haddonfield Memorial High School will be featured. Members of the high school’s music department will play jazz standards throughout the evening. Tickets cost $40 per person and may be ordered at


Noshing and networking at The Bistro

 The Partnership for Haddonfield Professional Committee holds Breakfast Networking Events on the first Friday of each month from 8 to 9am. The next event will be held on May 3, at The Bistro at Haddonfield (59 Kings Hwy E). Professionals, retailers, service business owners, and support staff are encouraged to attend. Town-wide gift certificates are sold – at a 10percent discount – during these events.

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Celebrate the young at art on May 17

 The artists of Mind, Body and Art Studio will host an art show on Fri May 17, from 6:30 to 8:30pm, at the Haddonfield Friend School (47 Haddon Ave N). The studio’s students have been working diligently; they’re excited to display their masterpieces! Family and friends are encouraged to stop by and support the community’s young artists.


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Herbal happenings

 The Haddonfield Garden Club will host its annual Herb & Perennial Sale on Sat May 11, from 9am to 3pm, in Haddonfield’s Kings Court. The club will sell a variety of herbs and perennial plants taken directly from members’ gardens. Proceeds from the Herb Sale – now in its 27th year! – will help fund club projects as well as the club’s scholarship program. Each year, the Haddonfield Garden Club awards a scholarship to a local high school senior who is planning to continue their education in the field of horticulture.


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 The 4th annual Chicken Runs at Midnight is scheduled for the evening of Sat May 4 at Haddonfield Memorial High School. As in years past, organizers will create a carnival-like atmosphere complete with children’s activities, food, and entertainment. Remember: The Chicken Run takes place rain or shine! Bring lawn chairs and/or tents. The relay portion of the event will begin at the high school track at 6pm (registration and setup will begin at 5:30pm). The 3K Run down Kings Highway will start promptly at 10pm (registration will begin at 9:30pm). Assemble your relay teams now! To download a Chicken Run registration form (which includes a schedule of events), or to become an event sponsor, go to Last year, thousands of people rallied behind the families of Jason Garstkiewicz and Colin Hough. The Canuso Foundation is seeking a repeat performance in 2013. This year, proceeds will support the family of Haddonfield resident Jessica Miller and the Canuso Foundation’s Babe’s Kids. Miller, a library media specialist for the Haddonfield School District, was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2012. Miller has endured 18 weeks of intense chemotherapy, a double mastectomy, and an additional four cycles of chemotherapy and radiation. Her immediate focus is not only fighting for her life, but also caring for her family. Since diagnosis, she was forced to take a leave of absence from her job. The Canuso Foundation is seeking to make a difference for the Miller family. To learn more about the Canuso Foundation and the history of this blockbuster event, visit 857-0065

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 For over 249 years, the volunteer members of Haddon Fire Company No. 1 have protected residents’ lives and property. Last year, the organization responded to 466 fires and emergencies. During the week of Mon Apr 22, uniformed volunteer firefighters will visit each home in Haddonfield to collect tax-deductible donations to support Haddon Fire Company No. 1. If you are not home during the evening when donations are being collected on your street, a postage-paid envelope will be left at your doorstep. 429-4308

Walk and remember on May 18

 Sponsored by Haddonfield Friends School, the 3rd annual Teacher Carol Fuller Memorial Scholarship Walk will be held in Crows Woods on Sat May 18 beginning at 9am. Registration will begin at 8am. Walkers of all ages will enjoy a one-mile walk followed by refreshments and family friendly activities. Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome to participate. The cost is $15 per participant – or $40 per family – for those who register by Sat May 5. The cost will be $20 per participant for those who register thereafter. Proceeds will benefit The Tr. Carol Fuller Memorial Scholarship Fund. For registration forms and information, call 429-6786.

A prescription for a safe community

 In an effort to protect the well-being of the borough’s citizens and the environment, a Medicine Collection Day will take place in the Haddonfield Police Department’s lobby (242 Kings Hwy E) on Sat Apr 27 from 10am to 2pm Haddonfield residents are encouraged to turn in their unwanted prescription medications. The service is free and anonymous – no questions will be asked. Turning in unwanted medications will help keep drugs out of the hands of substance abusers, prevent childhood poisonings, and protect local waterways. Following collection, medications will be disposed of safely. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are taken from medicine cabinets at home or from family and friends. Each day, approximately 2,500 teens use prescription drugs to get high for the first time according to the Partnership for a Drug Free America. Unused medications should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Water reclamation facilities are not designed to remove all medicines from the waste stream. Various levels of antibiotics, anti-depressants, veterinary drugs, birth control hormones, and other substances have been detected in waterways across the United States. Research suggests that hormones found in pharmaceuticals may cause abnormalities in the reproductive cycles of fish. Antibiotics in the environment may contribute to the development of drug-resistant bacteria. For further information, call the Department of Human Services – Substance Abuse Unit at 374-6361 or the Haddonfield Police Department at 429-4700 x250.

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Meet Neal Rochford

 Neal Rochford, a candidate for the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners, will meet with residents at Saxbys (104 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield) on Thursday mornings, from 8 to 10am. Stop, chat, and he may spring for coffee!


Make tracks to the Tavern

 Step back in time by visiting the Indian King Tavern Museum (233 Kings Hwy E) during the spring and summer months: • The Tavern’s 2nd annual beer-tasting fundraiser will take place on Sat May 18. Celebrate Haddonfield’s tricentennial during the tavern’s “Three Cheers for 300” celebration. Traditional fare will be prepared by the British Chip Shop of Haddonfield and served buffetstyle. Colonial-style ales will be available for tasting. Oysters will be provided by Westmont’s Pour House (a buck-a-shuck). Tickets are being sold for $50 each at the Haddonfield Information Center (2 Kings Court) and at the Law Office of Joe Murphy (30 Tanner Street, Haddonfield). Cash and checks accepted; credit card payments may be made at the Information Center only. Get your tickets early! Each of the three seatings – 12n to 2:30pm, 3 to 5:30pm, and 6 to 8:30pm – will be limited to 100 revelers. For additional information about this blockbuster event, visit • On Sat Jun 1, Revolutionary War reenactors 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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 Black crows, white clouds/A colorful Mother’s Day/Green grass, blue sky/Bright yellow sun – hooray! The Children’s Department is greeting the merry month of May with a full lineup: • Read to a Dog continues! Call 429-1304 or visit the library to reserve your 15-minute session with “Visa” on Tue Apr 30 – between 4 to 5pm. • Preschool Storytime, for kids ages four and five, is held on Tuesdays at 10:30am and on Wednesdays at 1:30pm. Kids will make Mother’s Day cards on May 7 and May 8. • Toddlertime, for kids ages two and three, is held on Thursdays at 10:30am. Tykes will make Mother’s Day cards on May 9. • Celebrate Children’s Book week, Mon May 13 thru Sun May 19. Kids – ages five thru 12 – are encouraged to stop by the library and guess the number of colorful jelly beans in the Children’s Department’s jar. The children who submit the 10 closest guesses will win prizes! • Rockabye Readers for babies and parents/ caretakers will be offered at 10:30am on Fridays thru May 17. Call 429-1304 to reserve your spot.

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 Plans for the Lions Club’s Lizzy Haddon Invitational Basketball Tournament are coming together. Eighty to 100 teams, from all over the tri-state area, will converge in Haddonfield on Sat May 4 and Sun May 5 for competitions held in local gyms. Each team will play at least four games. Between games, participants and their families will have an opportunity to peruse the business district’s Moms the Word offerings. It is expected that the tournament will bring about 3,000 people to the borough. Local merchants and restaurants will roll out the red carpet for guests. Attendees will enjoy goody bags stuffed with coupons and gifts. Started by Sam and Katie Donnellon in 2000, the Tournament is celebrating its 13th year. The Donnellon’s passed the tournament on to the Lions Club. The club hosted the tournament for the first time in 2006. Proceeds are donated to the Lions Club’s Blind Fund which aids sight-related charities and community activities. For more information, visit







• Shared services agreements with other municipalities and Camden County. (No support for a county police force.) • Investigate additional grants (county, state, federal) to fund projects • Update the cost/benefit study to sell our water utility; determine best course of action • Borough taxes account for 18% of our total tax bill ($178 per month for an average tax bill). Explore alternatives with School Board (55%) and County (27%)

iNFrAStrUCtUrE: Streets, Water, Sewer • Comprehensive review of our aging infrastructure; identify priorities and risks • Potholes – The Road Improvement Plan details our street repair plan; study asphalt (7-8 year life) versus concrete re-paving projects (30-40 year life) • Make the Borough web site a better source for reporting, tracking and explaining the road repairs. OPEN gOVErNMENt:

Use Technology to Inform/Engage Residents • Additional video-taping of commission meetings (Planning, Zoning); live streaming of municipal meetings • Enhance the Borough web site with better navigation, organization and more timely content (agendas, minutes, etc.) • Add the ability to export public information from the web site so citizens can use it – “crunchable” information • Encourage smartphone “App” development (events, meetings, store locations, special promotions, etc.) Connect online: Donate: Join the Campaign: 856-298-1053

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 Grace Church’s semi-annual Rummage Sale will take place on Thu May 2, from 10am to 7pm, in the Church’s Parish Hall (19 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield). Be sure to visit the sale’s Boutique Room for items which are the “best of the best.” Think: quality items at bargain prices! Arrive hungry! The Church’s renowned hotdog-and-baked-bean meal, and beverages, will be offered beginning at 11am. Delectable baked goods will also be sold. Donations will be accepted on Sun Apr 28, beginning at 11am, in the Church’s Parish Hall.

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 Make a pitstop at Interfaith Caregivers’ annual Touch-a-Truck Family Festival on Sat Apr 27. The annual crowd-pleaser will take place between 10am to 2pm, at the Haddonfield United Methodist Church (29 Warwick Road). Bring the kids; bring the grandkids! Children of all ages will enjoy looking at – and climbing on – the featured trucks. The event will be held rain or shine. The cost is $25 per family (up to six people) on the day of the event. Advance tickets can be purchased at the Haddonfield Information Center or at Haddon Heights Borough Hall for $20. Proceeds will support Interfaith Caregivers in its mission to assist the elderly and disabled in Haddonfield and Haddon Heights. For details, call 354-0298.

Save this date for the candidates’ debate

 The Haddonfield Civic Association (HCA) is sponsoring the Haddonfield Commissioner Candidate Forum on Wed Apr 24, beginning at 7pm, in the auditorium at Haddonfield Memorial High School. Borough residents are encouraged to attend this event, moderated by the Camden County chapter of the League of Women Voters. All six candidates have agreed to participate in this two-hour debate. Doors will open at 6:15pm, which will allow residents ample time to submit questions directed at one or all of the candidates. The six candidates are vying for three openings. “The HCA is thrilled to sponsor the Commissioner Candidate Forum. Residents have the opportunity to hear questions answered and positions challenged by other candidates, which allows for a better understanding of a candidate’s position on a particular issue,” said the association’s President David Siedell. For more information about the debate format, the candidates, and the election, visit The Forum will be videotaped and posted to in the days following the event.

See you at the tea party!

 The Haddon Fortnightly will host a “My Doll and Me Tea” event on Sun May 19, beginning at 3pm, at the Haddon Fortnightly Clubhouse (corner of Kings Hwy E and Grove Street, Haddonfield). Guests will enjoy a fun and fancy afternoon with their American Girl-type dolls. Guests will also enjoy crafts, games, and prizes. Tickets cost $20 per person; at least one adult must accompany each child. A discount will be given for parties which include three generations. Reservations: contact Marie at 428-9290 or medimatties@gmail. com.

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 The Haddonfield 65 Club, headquartered at 110 Rhoads Ave, is recruiting retired Haddonfield men. What does the 65 Club do? Besides civic and humanitarian activities, the club holds meetings each Thursday at 1:30pm. Guest speakers discuss topics of interest. Meetings are usually followed by games of pinochle, bridge, darts, and/or Wii. Some members gather on Mondays at 1pm for duplicate bridge and on Wednesdays at 12:30pm for pinochle. Others meet at Laurel Lanes on Friday mornings for wallet-friendly bowling. The club also sponsors luncheons, bus trips, and golf outings throughout the year. For more information, visit (scroll down and click “65 Club”), or contact Membership Chair Joe Ade at 795-3683 or

fore the schools

 Save this date! The Haddonfield Educational Trust will host its annual Golf Outing on Mon Jun 3 at Tavistock Country Club. Stay tuned to What’s On for information about this event, or visit haddonfield

A musical interlude

 The Evening Membership Department of the Haddon Fortnightly will sponsor an afternoon with Fred Miller on Sun May 5. Back by popular demand, Miller will present a “Lecture in Song” beginning at 3pm. This year, instead of focusing on one artist, Miller will turn his attention to America’s golden age of popular songs during a program titled “The Music of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s – It Wasn’t All Noise.” Seated at the piano, Miller will not only perform the songs, but also provide historical insight. Audience members will surely want to sing along and dance in their seats. The musical extravaganza will be held in the Clubhouse on the corner of Kings Hwy and Grove Street in Haddonfield. Tickets cost is $15 in advance; $20 the day of the event. Light refreshments will be available following the concert. Tickets: Call Debbe at 428-0053.

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“We serve”

For over 60 years, Haddonfield Lions Club has been dedicated to upholding the Lions Club International motto – “We Serve.” Lions Club service began during World War II, with the collection of musical instruments for overseas forces, and of personal items that were sent to American prisoners in Germany. After the war, The Haddonfield Lions adopted the health care focus of Lions International – sight and blindness – and have supported this cause nationally, locally, and abroad since then. Haddonfield Lions Club is also proud to be part of a worldwide effort that has raised almost $400 million to fight blindness around the globe.


Haddonfield Lions Club meets on the first and third Thursday of each month, at 6:15 PM, at Tavistock Country Club. For more information about membership or Club activities, contact Shen Shellenberger at or visit the Haddonfield Lions Club web site at


Members of the LEO Club at Haddonfield Memorial High School continue to exemplify the Lions’ motto: We Serve. They sponsor a number of service activities at the school and participate in a variety of activities in the community.

EvENts oN thE LIoNs’ cALENdAR Sat May 4; Sun May 5 Lizzie haddon girls’ basketball tournament Local School Gymnasiums Sat May 11; Jun 15; Jul 13; Aug 17; Sep 14; Oct 12 Lions club at the Farmers’ Market Kings Court, Haddonfield Wed July 3; Thu July 4 Refreshments at the Fireworks; following the Parade High School Stadium Sat July 13 beep baseball tournament Crows Woods Sports Fields Haddonfield Sat Sep 21 – 9am to 3pm Annual Flea Market & Antique sale One Centennial Square, Archer & Greiner Parking Lot Haddonfield


Haddonfield mayor Tish Colombi with John Connell, 2013 Citizen of the Year


The Lions Club collects used eyeglasses to be repaired and distributed to those in need. The group also recycles hearing aids, cell phones, printer cartridges and postage stamps. Collection locations in Haddonfield: • Acme 40 Ellis Street (parking lot drop box) • Carl’s Haddonfield Service 515 Haddon Avenue N • James A Carmody & Sons 224 Kings Highway E • First Presbyterian Church 20 Kings Highway East • Haddonfield Eye Associates 320 N Haddon Avenue, Suite 2 • Haddonfield Vision 57 Kings Highway East • Information Center 2 Kings Court • Frederic Messerall Vision & Hearing 206 Kings Highway East • Middle School Lincoln Avenue & Chestnut Street • Public Library 60 N Haddon Avenue • Tassini Eye Associates 101 Kings Highway West Other locations include: • Regional Eye Center 741 Marlton Pike West, Cherry Hill • Associates in Hearing HealthCare 121 Clements Bridge Rd, Barrington


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Tribute to Tish April 7, 2013

“Friday Night Lights”

The defining characteristics of Tish’s public service have always been on making Haddonfield a better community and our young people. So it’s natural that she has such a warm place in her heart for Haddonfield’s schools. The fact that we have four superintendents, five board presidents and many board members here tonight stretching back 35-40 years is testament to how important Tish has been to our schools and our kids. You’ve all heard her State of the Borough talks and you know how much time she devotes to praising our District, our students and teachers, our athletes and our accomplishments. Wherever she went, and whenever she spoke, she was the District’s biggest cheerleader.


But you have to know that it just wasn’t in public that she devoted herself to the kids in this town. She was there to give private advice to me whenever I asked and I know that she did the same for our superintendents and other board chairs. And her guiding principle in that advice was always what was best for the children.

participant in self-government that so exemplifies Haddonfield. So thank you, Tish, for all you have done for our schools, our young people and for the guidance and support you have given to me. Tish and I had the opportunity to work closely together on occasion on some pretty controversial issues – you might have heard something about a place called Bancroft as well as how to deal a few years ago with the challenges of a growing culture of alcohol and drugs. Regardless of the outcome, Tish was steadfast in standing up for what she believed was right for our children. She wasn’t motivated by the politics of an issue but the rightness of a position.

Now, in recognition of all the support you have provided to our schools over the past 28 years, we are giving you a Gold Pass good for free lifetime admission to the high school stadium, the gym and the auditorium. In addition, in recognition of the extraordinary support you have provided to our athletes and the athletic program, we are awarding you an honorary Varsity Letter.

She was always willing to hear from those with other beliefs and she treated everyone, whether they agreed or disagreed with her, with respect. In these public debates, she was like a really good teacher – explaining, listening, getting people to think and discuss. It’s no wonder she has such an affinity with the schools because she sees her public role as being a teacher – educating others while at the same time lending encouragement to them. A DINNER in honor of Haddonfield Mayor Letitia G. Colombi was held But she is much more because at the Tavistock Country Club on by her teaching – always with such April 7, 2013, in tribute to her 28 exquisite grace – she is an example years of service as a commissioner, to all of us about how to be a better including 12 years as mayor.

With Lefteris Banos, Athletic Director

I can’t tell you what a pleasure it was to be asked to speak tonight. The challenge, of course, is to pick only a few things to say about Tish since all of us could go on for a long time.


Tribute to Tish

Steve Weinstein Board of Education President 2007–13



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Tribute to Tish April 7, 2013


Thank you. Thank you so much. It is not common for someone in my position to be speechless. But tonight, I am.


Tribute to Tish

Letitia G. Colombi Commissioner 1985-2013; Mayor 2001-2013

Actually, a better word would be ... overwhelmed. I always knew that this day would come, sooner or later. so I had plenty of time to prepare for it. But I certainly was not prepared for what has taken place here tonight. I’m told that the room is filled to capacity and that some people who registered in the last few days could not be accommodated. That leaves me ... overwhelmed. The words “thank you” seem so inadequate, but they’re the best words I know. so ... thank you.

And what does it matter anyway? Fifty years from now, or a hundred, will anyone remember – or care – what I personally accomplished? For sure, they’ll read in the archives about trivial things like dogs in Crows Woods and sidewalks on Washington Avenue. But what about the other stuff? The stuff that really mattered. Who knows if anyone will remember, or care? shakespeare summed it up perfectly in “Julius Caesar” when he had marc Antony observe: “The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones.”

what so many of your neighbors have done over so many years, to make and keep Haddonfield the best place to live, work, learn, visit, shop, worship, and play in the delaware Valley. I appreciate that. Thank you. since late January, when I announced that I would not seek to be re-elected to the Board of Commissioners in may, hardly a day has gone by when one Haddonfield resident or another has not asked me what I feel my legacy will be.

I have no doubt that most of the good I have done will, as marc Antony observed, be interred with my bones. The two things that will There is no group of people that stand out in the historical record this statement applies to more, than are that I was the first woman to be politicians and elected officials. And elected a commissioner in Haddonno group that deserves it less. field and the first woman to serve Few people in most communi- as mayor. ties have any concept of the amount so what will be the lasting imof time that members of municipal pact of that? What will be the legacy boards and committees spend – as of that? unpaid volunteers – doing what they At this point in time it’s natural do for the good of their community. Ten years ago, I was honored to look back and ask two questions: No concept. by the YmCA with a “Tribute to “What did I accomplish?” And “did Women” award. When accepting Few people have any concept of I make a difference?” the award I spoke about my three what it takes to be a volunteer memdaughters and, at that time, my only With respect to accomplishber of a school board – or especially ments, it can be quite difficult to at- the president of a school board. No grand-daughter, Lexi. tribute specific accomplishments to concept. I commented that when Tiffany particular commissioners. Although started school, in 1972, all the Or to be a commissioner – even each of us is responsible for an commissioners in Haddonfield were here in Haddonfield. individual department, we typimen. When Jennifer started school, cally work together on most things. But by coming here tonight, as in 1977, all the commissioners in There are exceptions, of course, but members and friends of the HadHaddonfield were ... men. And when in most cases, credit should go to donfield community, you are telling gabby started school, in 1980 ... all the board as a whole, rather than to me that YOU understand. You are men. an individual. telling me that YOU appreciate what “Now there was nothing I have done. That YOU appreciate particularly unusual about that,” what my fellow commissioners I said, “because the members of have done. And that YOU appreciate the Board of Commissioners had


I hope you’re not expecting me to give a play-by-play of my 28 years as a commissioner in Haddonfield. Or to give you a top ten list of highlights and lowlights for my 12 years as mayor. Or to talk about the way things were three decades ago, and about how much some things have changed and how little other things have changed. If you are, you’ll be disappointed.

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Tribute to Tish April 7, 2013


Letitia G. Colombi Commissioner 1985-2013; Mayor 2001-2013

always been men. Ever since 1682, when Europeans first settled the area we now know as Haddonfield, no woman had ever been elected to the governing body of the town. “For 300 years, the model of municipal government that Haddonfield presented to young women was a Board of Commissioners composed entirely of men. “Now there’s nothing WrONg with men.” I said. “They have their good points. They can be useful, from time to time. But they’re not much use as role models for young women.” When I gave that speech, in 2003, Lexi was grade two. she’s now a senior in high school. All her life, Lexi has been presented with a very different model of municipal government. For her, it is absolutely normal to see both men and women in leadership roles in our community, absolutely normal for a woman to be a commissioner, and a mayor. she’s never known anything different. In 1985, I stood out because I represented something unusual. But now, in 2013, I blend in. my grandchildren see it as perfectly normal for a woman – or for a man – to be the elected leader of their community. No difference. That’s the way it should be. And that is my legacy.

ficial duties, have given me special insight into the character of our community and its residents. most of us who live in Haddonfield live here by choice. most of us could easily live somewhere else. But we choose Haddonfield because there is something special, something intangible, about this place that sets it apart. It’s partly historical, partly physical, and partly cultural. There is deep-seated desire on the part of most residents to think and act in ways that will conserve and preserve the character of our community. That accounts for the hundreds of clubs and service organizations in our town, and for the extraordinarily high level of volunteer participation in those groups by residents of all ages. Yes, we have our share of complainers and and naysayers that you cannot satisfy, no matter what you say or what you do. If we paved the street in front of their houses with gold, they’d complain about the glare.

At both extremes, and across the span between them, the most Wednesdays for the past character of this community – the 28 years I have held a three-hour essential goodness of this commuOpen door session at the Borough nity – reminds us of why we chose Hall. Over the years, all kinds of Haddonfield in the first place, and of people have come to see me, to talk why so many of our children return about all kinds of things – mostly here as adults, to make their homes about municipal matters, but also here and raise their families. about personal matters. In some We see it most palpably when cases, extremely personal matters. one of our youth is chosen to You wouldn’t believe! represent the United states at the Those conversations – several Olympic games, or when another thousand of them – coupled with dies suddenly and tragically as a tens of thousands of interactions of result of destructive decisions. On many kinds associated with my of- those occasions our community

• To thank the members of Haddonfield’s numerous community organizations would be to thank just about every resident in town. But it is those organizations, and those volunteers, that are responsible for so much of the goodness that comes together to share the joy makes our community so special. – and the sadness – like no other. They are the source of most of the new ideas. In most cases, the comI cannot begin to say “thank missioners merely help to make the you,” individually, to those of you good ones happen. That is one way, who came here tonight. To those who spoke. To those who travelled a incidentally, in which I KNOW I have considerable distance on a sunday made a difference. evening to be here. To those who despite what I said, you must contributed so generously to the forgive me if I do mention one gift. Or to those who organized this person by name – the person who affair. literally made it possible for me to I cannot thank you individually devote so much of my life to my community. my devoted husband, at this time. dan Colombi. I would be remiss, however, if John milton wrote in one of his I did not mention certain groups of poems, “They also serve who only people. stand and wait.” during World War • my fellow commissioners II, Winston Churchill used that line – the “other men” in my life – eight to recognize the sacrifices made of them over the past 28 years. not only by soldiers but also by the They will account for eight chapters people at home. in my book of memories. It will be While I have been serving on very interesting reading! the front lines of our community • The borough employees and these past 28 years, my husband consultants at all levels and in all has been serving on the home areas. I appreciate so much what front. Tonight, he deserves to be you have done for me personally, recognized as much as I do and I but especially what you do – every truly appreciate the warm welcome day – for the Borough and for the you gave him when he came to the members of our community. You podium. are ... the best! serving as commissioner and • The volunteer members of as the mayor in this special commuthe various Borough boards, comnity has been a labor of love. From missions, and committees. Without mid-may, my husband, my children, your interest, talent, and dedication, and my grandchildren will be my our municipal government simply new special community, and my could not function. new labor of love. • The boards of education I I’m looking forward to serving have worked with over the years, them, with all my heart, and for the the school district administrators, rest of my life. faculty, and staff. Haddonfield is Thank you. Thank you all very truly blessed. The results are evimuch. dent, and known far and wide.




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Tribute to Tish April 7, 2013

“from Texas to Tavistock”

David Hunter President, The Gumnut Group, and Publisher, What’s On Haddonfield

It’s a tale of small towns, men in uniform, girls in uniform, booze, fast cars, the mass media, the school board, scepticism, determination, religion, politics, sex, and the PTA. Letitia gayle Colombi was born in stamford, Texas – population slightly more than 3,000 – in 1945, the oldest of three girls in the Polacek family. she attended Permian High school in Odessa, Texas, and in typical southern fashion became a high school cheerleader, homecoming queen, and beauty pageant contestant. miss Flame! Permian High school and its 1988 football team were the subject of the best-selling book “Friday Night Lights,” published in 1990. A movie based on the book was released in 2004 and a television series followed. None of the characters, however, was based on Tish Colombi.

an apartment in maple shade, then, on the recommendation of one of dan’s medical partners, they moved to Haddonfield in 1969. Like many other young mothers, Tish became involved in what was then called the Home-school Association – now the PTA. In 1974, she became the driving force behind the resurrection of the Pigtail softball program, and stayed closely involved with that organization for more than 25 years. she also became actively involved at the Presbyterian Church. After the Colombi family moved to Colonial ridge drive, Tish met the villain in this story – a neighbor who lived on Washington Avenue.

His name was Fred stapleford – commonly known as “spike.” Fred had a long and distinguished career in the publishing business. He’d been a senior executive for some years later, Tish found TV guide, Playboy, the macmillan herself in Oklahoma City, publishing company, the Katherine Oklahoma, working for the Alcohol gibbs secretarial school, and the Control Board. A young doctor Philadelphia Inquirer. He was from south Philadelphia also found Walter Annenberg’s right-hand man. himself in Oklahoma City, on a Fred knew how the world worked. Us Air Force base. In time, they And he had an eye for talent. married. After completing his military service, dan Colombi headed to Chicago to take his board exams. At the same time, Tish left Oklahoma City to drive 14 hundred miles to Philadelphia in a 1967 Ford mustang, with baby daughter Tiffany strapped in the front seat. Facing forward. Hey, that’s what you did in those days. How things have changed. dan and Tish lived for a time in

In september 1980, Fred was appointed to fill a short-term vacancy on the Haddonfield Board of Education. Facing the prospect of an election within six months, Fred asked Tish if she would be his campaign manager.

They did figure it out. The campaign was a success, Fred stapleford was elected to a full term on the school Board, and Tish got much of the credit. Early in 1985, some friends suggested to Tish that she should throw her hat in the ring for the upcoming Board of Commissioners election, scheduled for may. Although she was active with the PTA, her church, and Pigtail softball, Tish felt she was not sufficiently well known to stand a chance in a townwide election. she brushed her friends’ suggestion aside. Not to be put off, her friends responded, “Well, if we get enough signatures to put you on the ballot, will you run?” Confident they would fall short, Tish agreed. Confident they would not, her friends went to work. And the rest is history. Tish edged out an incumbent commissioner in 1985 to become the first woman to serve on the municipal governing body in the Borough’s history. subsequently, she was re-elected six times, at four-year intervals.

February – National Heart month – is a significant month on Tish’s calendar. Her father died of a heart attack at age 56 on Valentine’s day 1981. And Tish herself suffered both of her heart attacks – in 1998 and 1999 – in February. That’s why the inaugural statewide “New Jersey Woman of distinction” award that Tish received from the American Heart Association in 2007 has extra special significance. I promised to tell you who was to blame for saddling us with Tish Colombi, and I did. It was Fred stapleford. Incidentally, spike was responsible for saddling you with me, as well. But Fred can be blamed only for the first time Tish was elected. It is we in this room – and several thousand other registered voters in the Borough of Haddonfield – who must bear the responsibility for the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh times. Our presence here tonight is clear evidence it is a responsibility we gladly accept. Joey Rihl, Haddonfield Town Crier

If you’ve ever wondered who’s to blame for saddling us with Tish Colombi these past 28 years, you’re about to find out.

In 2001, she received the highest number of votes and, in accordance with Haddonfield tradition, became the mayor – the first woman elected to that position in the Borough’s history.

“Why me?” she asked. “I don’t know the first thing about running a Of the many honors and awards campaign.” Tish has received over the years, one in particular is near and dear to “Why not,” said Fred. Neither do her heart. I. But we’ll figure it out.”

PHOTOGRAPHS taken during the Tribute to Tish Dinner by EG Quinn and Joe Routon may be purchased online at www.bestphotoinc.


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 The Celebrations Association has made it easy for you to make a much-needed donation – and get the late-breaking news about upcoming association-sponsored events. Simply visit Members of the Haddonfield Celebrations Association are hard at work planning a stunning array of events for 2013 – including another Independence Day Celebration (the Forth of July Parade and fireworks), the Halloween Parade, and the Christmas Tree Lighting. These events are funded through community donations. Historically, only 10-percent of Haddonfield’s households make contributions; the Celebrations Association is looking to the other 90-percent to help make 2013 shine. Send checks payable to: Haddonfield Celebrations Association, PO Box 15, Haddonfield. Or, visit

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Save this date!

 The 21st annual Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Arts Festival will be held on Sat Jul 13 (11am to 7pm) and Sun Jul 14 (12n to 5pm) in Haddonfield’s retail district. This free two-day outdoor festival is one of the area’s most popular events, garnering national attention and typically attracting crowds of more than 100,000 people. Artisans will exhibit a wide range of arts and crafts, including ceramics, glass, jewelry, wood, fiber, metal, paper, drawings, paintings, photography, and wearable art. Usually a busy main artery through the center of town, Kings Hwy will be transformed into a festive corridor, alive with a panorama of artists’ tents. Outdoor cafés and live music will complement the festive atmosphere. Stay tuned to What’s On for details. 216-7253

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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.

The lAX lineup

 If you love Lacrosse – or just want to learn more about it – mark your calendar! The Haddonfield Memorial High School (HMHS) Lacrosse Booster Club will sponsor two events on Sat Apr 27. The 8th annual Haddonfield Lacrosse Day will take place from 9:30am to 5:30pm at the HMHS Stadium. Visitors will be treated to an entire day of lacrosse games. Players and fans will have an opportunity to shop for the latest gear from HerSport of Cherry Hill and RuffLax of Maple Shade. Refreshments will be provided by Chick-fil-A. The LAXaction will continue even after the sun sets thanks to LAXapalooza – a beef, beer, ‘n burgundy social – which will take place in Christ the King Church’s Morgan Hall, from 7 to 11pm. Those over 21 are welcome to attend a fundraising event which will include dinner, adult beverages, soft drinks, music by DJ Marty D, and prizes. The church is located at 200 Windsor Ave in Haddonfield. Tickets for LAXapalooza cost $30 per person or $55 per couple if purchased in advance; $35 per person or $60 per couple if purchased at the door. To buy advance tickets, make checks payable to HMHS Lacrosse Booster Club, c/o Liz Tomlinson, 328 Knoll Top Lane, Haddonfield. elizabeth

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 Stop by the Markeim (104 Walnut Ave, Haddonfield) and check out what your neighbors have been up to: • The Guild of Papermakers, established in 1991, is a group of artists who work with handmade paper. The artists’ goal is to share their experiences and increase public awareness about paper as an art form. The guild is showcasing an exhibition at Markeim Arts Center thru Thu Apr 28. • The 5th annual Power of the Flower exhibition will be showcased from Thu May 2 thru Tue May 28. During this juried show, the gallery will bloom with a kaleidoscope of floral works – including paintings, photography, textiles, and jewelry created by notable regional artists. 429-8585


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 STRIDES – Support, Training and Resources in Developing Exceptional Students – is a support group for parents of students with special learning needs. Raising 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). The lineup includes: • On Tue May 14, teach your child to handle stress and triggers while making your home environment less stressful with Dr. Buzz. (Dr. Buzz will also teach parents how to address social skills.) • A Parent Support Session will be held on Tue Jun 11. 571-0526

Savor spring with friends

 Haddonfield-area senior citizens are welcome to visit the Mabel Kay Senior Center, located at 24 Walnut Street, in Haddonfield. Come in and relax – the center’s doors are open Monday thru Friday, from 9am to 5pm. Here’s the lineup: • Every Monday – 11:30am; Senior Cardio Fun in the Tarditi Commons Community Room (325 Lincoln Ave). • First, third, and fifth Tuesdays – 12:30pm; Bridge and Cards. There is no pre-registration. • Second and fourth Tuesdays – 1pm; Bingo. • Every Tuesday – 1pm; Lite Aerobics at Tarditi Commons. • Third Wednesdays – 10am; Computer Club. • Every Wednesday – 1:30 to 3pm; Line Dancing for Seniors. • Every Thursday – 11:30am; Tai Chi is held in the Tarditi Commons Community Room. Art Workplace is held from 9am to 12n and from 1 to 4pm at the Senior Center • Every Friday – 12n to 2pm; Lunch/Snacks and More! Join area seniors for relaxing afternoons spent listening to guest speakers, enjoying movies, playing games, or partaking in lively conversation. 354-8789

 Members of our armed forces make daily sacrifices on our behalf and often bear wounds – physical, emotional, and spiritual – that can last a lifetime. Haddonfield United Methodist Church is starting a new ministry which will provide support and assistance to active military personnel and veterans, particularly (but not limited to) those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. For more information, contact Karen Becker at 429-0403. Support group meetings are being held at the church on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm.

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Hop on the trolly with Betsy B!

 The Senior Ministry at Haddonfield’s First Presbyterian Church is planning a Philadelphia Mural Tour on Fri May 17. Guests will enjoy a trolley tour with a step-on guide who will discuss the history behind some of the most beautiful murals adorning buildings in Center City. Lunch at Maggiano’s Little Italy is included in the cost of the tour. Tickets cost $85 each. Call Betsy Baumhauer at 429-1960 for reservations.

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Creation Weekend A celebration of God’s provision for us on this splendid earth and our role as good stewards. SATURDAY, APRIL 20 9am to 12:30pm Clean-Up Work Morning at Haddonfield Baptist Cemetery

402 Kings Highway E. (Opposite the High School) Much has been accomplished in the past year to restore the grounds and stone markers in our beautiful cemetery. However, many tasks remain, especially after the winter months. There is something for all abilities. Your help would be much appreciated. Donuts and coffee will be waiting for you! Teens are encouraged to come our and we look forward to their enthusiasm and can-do attitude.

SUNDAY, APRIL 21 – 11am Worship Service “Ever since the creation of the world his eternal power and divine nature, invisible though they are, have been understood and seen through the things He has made. So they are without excuse ...” Romans 1:20 You are invited to this time of special prayer, scripture, music, and fellowship focused on the Lord’s creation.

SUNDAY, APRIL 21 – 11:15am Children’s Sunday School The children will enjoy an exciting presentation by the Rancocas Nature Center about one of God’s most interesting creatures: FABULOUS FROGS! Refreshments will be served outdoors, weather permitting.

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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 are available at the churches and at 429-0007; 429-1960

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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@

At Jersey Java and Tea, the stage never cools down!

 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! Programs begin at 7pm. The event lineup includes: • 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 singer-songwriter Terry Merriman • Sat May 4 – Music by Jackson County Cats • Fri May 10 – Musician Jim Six • Sat May 11 – Music by John Cook • Fri May 17 – Revel in Americana! Michael McLoughlin will take center stage. • Sat May 18 – Back by popular demand! Music by Scattered Remains. • Fri May 24 – Paul Robertson . • Fri May 31 – Music by Mike Vargas. For more information, call 428-0707 or visit

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Teens: Stretch with yoga

 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 Help Women and Children Now, a Haddonfield-based charity. For details, e-mail skelly08040423@ helpwomenand



#551 • APRIL 19 TO MAY 3, 2013

The Summer Academy scoop

 Are you starting to dream about summer? The Haddonfield Summer Academy will present over 40 enrichment classes and activities for children of all ages – from those starting kindergarten in September to those prepping for the SAT’s. Visit for details and registration forms (click “Summer Academy Registrationâ€?). Hurry! Registration requests will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. For further information, e-mail ssweeney@ or call 609-707-2393.

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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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TIMELY TOPIC: OUR POLICE A responsive police force that meets and anticipates the needs of Haddonfield is essential. I ask for your vote so I can use my years working in law enforcement to help ensure the people and property in our hometown are safe. I pledge: •

As long as I am elected to serve, Haddonfield will never join the Camden County Police Department. Never.

To increase the number of hours police officers spend in our neighborhoods.

To explore opportunities to share services with neighboring towns to cut administrative, equipment and training costs while improving policing.

To encourage area police departments to share information better so we can deter illegal activity and solve crimes more efficiently.

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Cut a rug for your favorite club

 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. You – and your friends and neighbors – can vote for your favorite organization each time you register and pay to attend a weekly dance. The dance floor at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield) 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 only the intermediate lesson pay $12). You will be able to track your non-profit’s vote tally by visiting each week. The Haddonfield non-profit with the most votes at the end of the six-month period will win $2,000. The second-place winner will receive $1,000; 3rd, $500; 4th and 5th, $250; and 6th thru 10th, $100. The contest will continue until all ties are broken. Each organization may win only once, including all affiliates and branches. Non-profits need not formally enter the contest. They will be entered automatically when a registered dancer designates them. See you on the dance floor! 29 Warwick Road Haddonfield, NJ 856-429-0403

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#551 • APRIL 19 TO MAY 3, 2013

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Sashay into spring!

 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.

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Your Bancroft bulletin:

 Bancroft, a nonprofit leader in programs for people with neurological challenges, sponsors a Developmental Disabilities Workshop Series. The series provides free education and training for parents and professionals as a public service. Bancroft strives to ensure that every person is given opportunities for lifelong learning and fulfillment. Bancroft does this by helping people with neurological challenges achieve their life goals while being valued and respected members of society. Programs are held at Bancroft’s Haddonfield Campus (425 Kings Hwy E). The final program in the workshop series – titled “Assessment of the Developing Child with Hypotonia and Considerations for School Function” – will be held on Apr 24 from 6:30 to 8:30pm. To register, call (800)774-5516 or e-mail


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What’s On the Market

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fore little sluggers

 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.

party with friends

 Haddonfield Friends School will host its annual Auction Party on Sat Apr 27, from 7 to 10pm, at Power Plant Productions (230 2nd St N, Philadelphia). During the party, the school will honor Mayor Letitia “Tish” Colombi with its first Friend of Haddonfield Award. The award will recognize Mayor Colombi’s 28 years of service to the borough. Tickets cost $75. Guests will enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and dessert.For further information visit or call 429-6786.

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#551 • APRIL 19 TO MAY 3, 2013

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Wine, dine, and help the community

 The annual Haddonfield Progressive Dinner will take place on the evening of Fri Apr 26. Proceeds will benefit Twin Oaks Food Pantry and fund services for those with 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. For information about this event and photos from last year’s Progressive Dinner, visit 609-267-5928 x320

Attn: families and foodies

 The Haddonfield Farmers’ Market will begin its 7th season on Sat May 18. The market will be held each Saturday morning, from 8:30am to 1pm, in Kings Court. Details: haddonfield

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 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 Sundays, Apr 21 and Apr 28, at 2pm; and on Wed Apr 24 at 7:30pm. Tickets cost $10. Call 429-8139 or go to for more information.

This 4-bedroom, 3-bath open-floor-plan retreat is perfect for family gatherings. Fully equipped gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors, fireplace. golf, tennis, swimming, fishing, hiking, skiing, shopping and restaurants.


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588 Coles Mill, Haddonfield $219,000

312 Westmont, Haddonfield $1,150,000

41 S. Haddon Ave, Haddonfield


104 Curtis, Collingswood $179,900

22 W. Summit, Haddonfield $489,000




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40 Creston, Audubon $205,000


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What’s On the Market

GRANDE TAVISTOCK BRICK COLONIAL – $1,249,000 slate roof. recently renovated. Pella windows and hardwood floors. French country kitchen with highend appliances and built-in breakfast nook. Expanded great room with marble fireplace. Custom dining room with butler’s pantry. spacious formal living room with fireplace. Over-sized master suite with room-sized walk-in closet. Finished basement, full wet bar. Flagstone patios, formal garden, built-in BBQ. secluded yard. Au pair suite. Tavistock golf course just steps away.

41 S. Haddon Ave, Haddonfield NJ 856-428-2600 CALL BiLL SouderS Gri Broker Associate

direct: 856-783-3998 Cell: 856-834-4968 #2 Agent (Sales+Listings) in Haddonfield office 2012


60 LANE OF ACRES • $1,900,000


Custom two-story Colonial Remodeled to the 10’s • 4.2 acres • 6,000+ sqft In-ground pool • 3-car garage

4 beds, 2.5 baths • 2 family rooms EXCELLENT BUy!


1712 FOREST, MONROE TWP • $249,900


111 TREATy ELMS • $669,000


Custom Contemporary, built by original owner 3 beds, 1.5 baths • Spacious layout • Spacious lot NEW ! LISTING

2-story Colonial • 4 beds, 1.5 remodeled baths Custom maple kitchen • MOVE-IN CONDITION!

Brick Colonial • 4 beds, 3.5 baths Large yard

400 STATION • $1,299,000

Custom English country home • Built by owner 5 beds, 3.5 baths, 6,800 sqft • MAGNIFICENT!

37 ELLIS • $399,900

Commercial/residential • GREAT LOCATION! Can be converted to a home

227 CHESTNUT • $649,000

Gorgeous Victorian • 5 beds, 3.5 baths Walk to school and downtown Unless otherwise noted, all properties are located in Haddonfield.

41 S. Haddon Ave, Haddonfield, NJ 856-428-2600

Suzanne Stoinski crs 227 MERION • $393,500

3 beds, 1.5 baths. Brick ranch with basement.

Direct: 856-616-7060 Cell: 856-952-5483 Email:


The 411 on summer fun

 Parents who are dreading the familiar summer refrain – “I’m so bored!” – can now rest easy. The YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties will sponsor a wallet-friendly summer camp program, Camp Explorers, at Haddonfield’s Central School from Mon Jun 24 thru Fri Aug 16. Campers will enjoy swimming, field trips, crafts, games, and science activities. Parents will enjoy a generous break: Camp will run from 7am to 6pm on weekdays (with free extended care). For information, e-mail 609-543-6200 x308

Apps for all!

 The proliferation of iPads is revolutionizing how people learn, communicate, and accomplish tasks. Bancroft’s free iPad workshops help parents and educational professionals use this technology to help students and adults with disabilities maximize their quality of life. Each workshop is offered during the day (12n to 2pm) and during the evening (6:30 to 8:30pm). Participants are encouraged to bring their tablets, when possible. The programs in the iPad Series have been scheduled as follows: • “Apps that Support Executive Functioning and Functional Independence – Part 1” will be offered on Apr 24 (day) and Apr 30 (evening). • “Apps that Support Executive Functioning and Functional Independence – Part 2” will be offered on May 22 (day) and May 28 (evening). To register for these programs, call Sherri Reed at (800)524-7020 or e-mail beth.greer@



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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 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

Partnership for Haddonfield 1st Wed 8:30a Borough Hall, Auditorium

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 Mon 1:00p to 4:00p every Wed 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

Tai Chi every Mon 9:30a to 11:00a Methodist Church 429-0403

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


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APRIL 27 10am to 4pm Order as few as two shirts! Order five, get the sixth FREE!

Come and meet Shirt Specialist James Hanrahan

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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We continue to offer new fabrics and styles, but our commitment to fashion excellence and quality remains constant.

Veterans’ Support 2nd Wed 7:00p Methodist Church 429-0403 WordArt 1st Wed 7:00p Public Library 665-5650


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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

MUNICIpAl Auxiliary Police 1st Thu 7:30p Borough Hall 429-4700 x 240

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

Board of Commissioners 2nd 4th Tue 7:30p Borough Hall, Room 102 429-4700

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

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

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

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

Information Center Wed thru Sat, 11a to 3p 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

Prayer Group every Thu 7:30p to 8:00p Lutheran Church of Our Savior 429-5122

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

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 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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Notices & Classified Ads

Anna K. Bambrick (nee Kennedy), a resident of Ventnor NJ, died on April 2, 2013. she was 98. mrs. Bambrick was the widow Charles Bambrick. Haddonfield survivors include a daughter, Ann glavan (richard).

Gertrude Callan

deborah A. Ireland (nee Nolan), a resident of Blackwood NJ, died on April 9, 2013. she was 58. mrs. Ireland worked for Prudential Fox & roach in Haddonfield.

George Kimber

george F. Kimber, a resident of Waretown NJ, formerly of Haddonfield, died on march 27, 2013. He was 98. mr. Kimber was the widower of dorothy Kimber. Previously, he was a member of the Haddonfield Lions Club.

gertrude Lucille Callan, a resident of Levittown PA, died on April 2, 2013. she was 96. mrs. Callan was the widow of Thomas Callan. Haddonfield survivors include a son, robert Callan (Kathleen).

John Merrow

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mary A. Phillips (nee Albanese), a resident of Haddonfield, died recently. she was 73.

Walter s. ding, a resident of Cherry Hill NJ, formerly of Haddonfield, died on April 2, 2013. He was 81.

Anna Gallagher

Anna michael gallagher, a resident of Newtown PA, died on April 1, 2013. she was 89. mrs. gallagher was the widow of W. Frank gallagher. Haddonfield survivors include a son Brian gallagher (sherry).

John “Bud” merrow, a resident of Kirkwood NJ, born in Haddonfield, died on April 3, 2013. He was 73. mr. merrow is survived by his wife, sara merrow.

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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!

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ApARTMENT Studio apartment in Oaklyn (near Ritz Theater). Side unit of duplex. Own driveway and access. Shared fenced yard; basement with washer and dryer; garage. $650 per month. Landlord pays water/sewer. Call 856-669-8142.

Sat Apr 20 – 118 Jefferson Ave, Haddonfield. 9am to 1pm. Moving sale: Vintage glassware, furniture, household items, garden tools, and décor. Sat Apr 27 – 300-Block of Windsor Ave, Haddonfield. Multi-family yard sale beginning at 8am. No earlybirds.

$ 650 $ 800 $ 900 $ 1500 $ 2100 $ 2100 $ 2100 $ 2100 $ 2000 $ 1000

Please, no smoking/ no pets. Discounts for consecutive weeks. Call 856-524-0702

philip Stablein

Philip ralph stablein, a resident of Haddonfield, died on march 27, 2013. He was 82. mr. stablein is survived by his wife, Alice stablein.

Our thanks to everyone who supported the LIONS CLUB PASTA BOWL, and to the individuals and businesses whose donations made the BASKET AUCTION such a success:

William Staman

William s. staman, a resident of Endless mountains PA, formerly of Haddonfield, died on April 7, 2013. He was 83. mr. staman was the widower of mary sue staman.

Yard sales 101 Gift list alert  Yard-sale season in Haddonfield will be here before you know it! Keep these rules in mind as you work to jettison your junk and fatten your wallet: • Signs may be displayed on the yard sale property, but not on poles or trees. • Yard sale permits, $5 each, must be obtained prior to the sale. Pick up your permit at Borough Hall, room 101. Those who don’t obtain a permit may be fined $10. • Residents may hold one sale per six-month period. • E-mail your yard sale announcement to news@gumnutgroup. com for inclusion in What’s On!


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Richard lis

richard “rip” Lis, a resident of Wyomissing PA, died on April 9, 2013. He was 69. mr. Lis is survived by his wife, Ann Lis. Haddonfield survivors include a sister, Carole Harrer (William).



Anna Bambrick

deborah Ireland

 The Haddonfield Foundation is seeking contributions to help fund grassroots efforts to improve life in the community. Since its creation more than 26 years ago, the Foundation has funded something for everyone: childcare, playgrounds, Little League, Interfaith Caregivers, Mabel Kay Senior Center, the Public Library, the Historical Society, the annual Crafts & Fine Art Festival, the Hadrosaurus sculpture, and more. Help the Haddonfield Foundation continue its tradition of seeding new initiatives. Send checks to: The Haddonfield Foundation, PO Box 555, Haddonfield.

Thank You!

Helen E. Abrams (nee Endlein), a resident of Haddon Township NJ, formerly of Haddonfield, died on April 4, 2013. she was 92. mrs. Abrams was the widow of raymond Abrams. she was a cafeteria worker at Haddonfield middle school for 23 years, a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield for 56 years, and she bowled for the Haddon Fire Co. No. 1 League for many years.


Helen Abrams

Arnie’s Butcher & gourmet Ballet NJ Beechwood school Betsy Brody Photography The Haddonfield Bistro Bounce U The Bread Board Plus The British Chip shop Camden riversharks Candy Buffet Carl’s Haddonfield service Carmen’s Hair Emporium da soli doggie & Kitty style English gardener gift shop Enchanted dreams Fandagio spa garden state discovery museum Haddonfield Fine Jewelers Haddonfield running Co. Haddonfield Theater Arts Center Happy Hippo

Jewelry & Timepiece mechanix La Belle Fit The Little shop Ludovico’s maxwell James mcmillan’s Bakery Oriental Pearl Colette Oswald Photography Patricia of mullica Hill Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia Wings Pinsetters Bar & Bowl PJ Whelihan’s rhinoceros gamery saxbys Coffee scamper’s Pals severino’s Pasta starbucks Coffee Tre Famiglia Victoria’s Nails Wegmans

Upcoming Lions Club events include: • May 4 & 5 – Lizzy Haddon Invitational Girls’ Basketball Tournament • July 3 & 4 – Refreshment Tent at Haddonfield Fireworks and Parade • September 21 – Flea Market and Antique Sale

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65 Club Adult School Airport Noise Abatement Coalition Ambulance Association American Field Service American Legion Post 38 Artisans Order of Mutual Protection Auxiliary Police Boy Scouts Cub Pack 64 Boy Scouts Troop 64 Boy Scouts Cub Pack 65 Boy Scouts Troop 65 Caring Hearts Ministry Celebrations Association ChildrenSong of New Jersey Civic Association Council of Churches Crows Woods Gardeners Dance Haddonfield Daughters 1812 Daughters of American Revolution

Bill Brown 429-4368 Trever Miller 428-4433 Michael Bonnette 357-5083 Kevin MacDonald 609-694-1685 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 609-330-6701 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 795-0644 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


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

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Programs & Services

Borough Hall 242 Kings Highway E, 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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Business & professional 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. Please note our new address: 212 Haddon Ave, Haddonfield 856 354-5090 CLEANING SERVICES COVENANT CLEANING Residential and commercial. Dedicated to excellence. Affordable. Fully insured. 856 685-6020 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 LINDA’S SPARkLE HOME CLEANING $70 whole house and up. Free estimates. 856 742-1862 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 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 HANDYMAN/PAINTER Your custom custodian. Inside painting. Window and gutter cleaning. Hang pictures, doors, shelving, grab-bars, and more. 856-546-0144 (24/7). Ed 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 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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 Overeaters Anonymous has announced that meetings will be held on Wednesday evenings, at 7:30pm, at Haddonfield United Methodist Church (room 304). For more information, call Kathy-Jo at 2611552.

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 The La Leche League of Haddonfield invites women interested in breastfeeding to attend meetings held at the First Presbyterian Church (20 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield), in the Hospitality Center, on the third Monday of each month at 7:30pm. The group offers mother-to-mother support and encouragement while providing proven information on breastfeeding. Of course, babies are welcome! Members discuss different topics during each meeting: • May 20 – Breast-feeding Benefits • Jun 17 – Getting Started with Breastfeeding Browse the club’s ever-expanding library of resource materials covering pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, nutrition, and parenting.

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 Kingsway Learning Center will hold its 18th annual Golf Tournament on Tue May 7 at the Deerwood Country Club in Westampton (845 Woodlane Road). The event will benefit Kingsway, a private, non-profit, special educational school located in Haddonfield. The day will include registration at 10am, lunch, an 11:30am shotgun start, and a reception and cocktails at 4pm. The awards dinner and auction will commence at 5pm. Tickets cost $175 per golfer and $650 per foursome. The entry fee covers lunch, a cart, greens fees, on-course refreshments, dinner, gifts, and prizes. Dinner-only tickets may be purchased for $35. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Register by Wed May 1. For more information, call Stefanie Mis at 4288108 or visit kingswaylearningcenter. org



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