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 Grab your popcorn, your soda, and maybe a few friends! The Haddon Heights Public Library, located at 608 Station Ave, will screen two movies each Tuesday – from Jun 25 thru Aug 20. During this free program, G-rated movies will be shown at 11:30am and PG-rated movies will be shown at 6:45pm. Feel free to bring your own chairs and snacks. To review the summer movie schedule, visit the library or call 547-7132.

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fireworks 411 a memo from the What’s on newsroom ...  Don’t give shore traffic a second thought! There’s plenty of July 4th fun to be had right here at home. Haddonfield’s Celebrations Association has been hard at work planning its annual Independence Day extravaganza. Start your holiday on Wed Jul 3 with the fireworks display – one of the most spectacular in South Jersey – on the High School Field. The gates will open at 7pm. Fireworks will begin at dusk (about 9:30pm). Admission will be free; donations accepted. Note that smoking and pets are prohibited on school property. In the event of rain, the fireworks program will be held on Sat Jul 6.

 To help residents and visitors make the most of the summer months, we will present What’s On: The Summer bi-weekly in July and August. What’s On: The Summer will cover upcoming events in Haddonfield, Collingswood, Haddon Township, and Haddon Heights, in a single publication. Keep sending your press releases to! Our goal is to keep our readers well informed all year long. What’s On: The Summer will be available at hundreds of locations throughout the covered towns, with bonus distribution at the Craft & Fine Arts Festivals in Collingswood and Haddonfield, local swimming pools, farmers’ markets, and PATCO stations. Look for the first issue on Fri Jun 28. To discuss advertising opportunities, call 428-3399.

 The English Gardener Gift Shop has moved – just next door – to 123 Kings Hwy E in Haddonfield. A ribbon-cutting celebration will be held on Sat Jun 22 at 11am. Stop by and peruse the large selection of British foods, pub decor, and gifts. 354-5051

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Get fresh with your neighbors

 The Haddonfield Farmers’ Market’s 7th season has begun. The market will be held each Saturday morning – rain or shine – from 8:30am to 1pm, in Kings Court. Locals and visitors will enjoy a wide selection of Jersey-fresh produce, organic and artisan foods, flowers, European-style breads, pastries and other sweet treats, coffee, and take-home foods. New this year: French crepes by Sylvie. Talk about one-stop shopping! In addition to the weekly Sprouts programs for the market’s youngest shoppers, the following free activities will take place during upcoming market events: • Jun 29 – New Jersey Blueberry Celebration and Master Gardners’ Plant Clinic • Jul 6 – Tricentennial Day, Tree Sale • Jul 13 – Fine Art & Crafts Festival Remember, weekend parking is always free in Haddonfield!

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around the Towns What’s Your Take?

Decorate Flat Haddy and take her on your travels this summer.

What are your summer plans?

• VANESSA WHITE and her 21-month-old, ELIZABETH, will do their favorite things this summer. Their plans include “eating cupcakes and going to the beach!â€? The pair is pictured enjoying a stroll and a cookie in Haddonfield’s Kings Court.

• Summer fun-loving DESMOND CAREY (5) – pictured with his mom, ALISON, and brother SHANE (1) – can’t wait to go to “the arcade at the beachâ€? and swim at Crystal Lake Pool in Haddon Township. His plans also include celebrating his sixth birthday and summer camp. The Careys live in Haddon Heights.

• Haddonfield’s ‘COACH CHIP’ ADAMSON and his daughter SYDNEY (17) plan to extend their softball season by “running a snackbar for tournaments in Voorhees every weekend in July.â€? They will vacation at the shore in August and “play some Wiffleball on the beach,â€? added Sydney.

• CECILIA FITZI and her mom, MARIE LEONETTI, will embark on the trip of a lifetime this summer. Along with their husbands, they will visit Cecilia’s friend of 25 years, Gema, in Spain. Cecilia met Gema during Haddonfield Memorial High School’s foreign exchange program in the ’80’s. They’ve shared many summers together in Spain. Buen viaje, ladies!

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• When she’s not putting miles on her bike cruising Kings Hwy in Haddonfield, PEYTON (4) ZAMBRICZKI plans to enjoy “the pool and the beach.â€?

• Regulars on Kings Hwy, ROB NATICCHIA and his dogs CLAUDE and COMET have a slew of favorite stops. This summer Rob and his family will spend time in Cape May NJ and visit Sacandanga Lake in upstate New York with their friends from Haddonfield.

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Run for it!

 Do you thrive on competition? Make your evening run more competitive with the Haddonfield-based South Jersey Athletic Club. The group’s 21st annual No Frills, Just Thrills series of races at Cooper River Park has begun. All runners, regardless of race experience, may enter. The fee is $5; $3 for SJAC members; free for full-time students with ID. For an application, visit Tuesday night races will be held throughout the summer: • Tue Jun 25, 7pm – 10k race (6.2 miles). • Tue Jul 9, 6:40pm – The Harry Berkowitz 1Mile Run; 7pm – 1-loop or 2-loop (7.3 miles) races. • Tue Jul 23, 7pm – 1-loop prediction race (3.65 miles). Winners will be chosen based on how close they come to their predicted finishing times. No watches, clocks, or timing devices are allowed. • Tue Aug 6, 7pm – 1-loop, staggered start race (3.65 miles). • Tue Aug 20, 6:30pm – 1-loop, 2-loop, or 3loop (10.95 miles) races. For details, call 667-2587 or visit

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american legion sponsors raffle

 In 1919, the American Legion was founded on four pillars: Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation, National Security, Americanism, and Children and Youth. Each of these pillars encompasses a variety of programs which benefit our nation’s veterans, its service members, their families, the youth of America, and ordinary citizens. To help fund these programs, Haddonfield’s Post of the American Legion sponsors the “Post 38 – 450 Raffle.” Raffle tickets are being sold for a limited time. The tickets cost $50 each. If all tickets are sold, the first prize will be $10,000 and the second prize will be $1250. The drawing will take place at Post 38’s Family Picnic and Birthday Celebration on Wed Aug 21. For an entry form, contact a member of the American Legion or visit Professional Printing at 116 Haddon Ave N, Haddonfield.


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 Cover Story  Dig out your crayons, markers, colored pencils – and perhaps your glue and glitter! – and get to work. Create a jurassic masterpiece using the cover of this issue of What’s On. Inspired by USA Today’s recognition of Haddonfield’s eight-foot tall statue of Hadrosaurus foulkii as one of South Jersey’s “Hidden Gems,” the Partnership for Haddonfield is sponsoring a Flat Haddy contest this summer. To participate, contestants must decorate their Flat Haddy and photograph her having fun – either around town or around the world! To enter, print your best Flat Haddy photo and submit it to the Haddonfield Information Center, at 2 Kings Court, on or before Fri Aug 30. Include your name, e-mail address, phone number, zip code, and a parent’s signature (if necessary) with your entry. Only printed photos will be eligible to win the grand prize – a $100 Townwide Gift Certificate. Printed photos will be displayed in the Information Center window. The contest winner will be announced on the evening of Fri Sep 6 during the final First Friday celebration of 2013. If you would simply like for your digital photos to appear on or Facebook, then e-mail them to More good news: Indulgence Cupcakery – located steps from the Haddy sculpture at 43 Kings Hwy E – is sweetening the deal by awarding free dinosaur cupcakes to those who visit the shop with their decorated Flat Haddy on Wednesdays and Thursdays thru Aug 29. Limit: One free cupcake per artist during the contest period. Unveiled in October of 2003, Haddy was created by renowned sculptor John Giannotti, a Haddonfield resident. It is intended to celebrate the discovery of the world’s first nearly complete dinosaur skeleton in Haddonfield in 1858. Happy coloring!

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presented eight academic, arts, and special-interest scholarship awards during a dinner at Tavistock Country Club on May 15, 2013 Since it was established in 2001, the Foundation has awarded more than 70 scholarships with a total value of more than $145,000. Seated: Kelley Lin (Haddonfield – arts scholarship), Jennifer Sherman (Haddonfield – arts scholarship), Juliette Strasser (Haddonfield – William and Betty Garwood Scholarship in Science), Kate Schell (Collingswood Middle School – Alice Downs Scholarship for Young Violinists). Standing: Robert Rizzuto (Haddonfield – academic scholarship), Paul Woloszyn (Haddonfield – academic scholarship), Mark Ruggerio (chairman, Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation), Greg Halla (Haddonfield – academic scholarship), Kirk Johnson (Urban Promise Academy, Camden – academic scholarship), Deborah Garwood (representing the Garwood family), Roger Dunnavan (president, Rotary Club of Haddonfield), David Hunter (sponsor, Alice Downs Scholarship), Sandra Bean Lewis (representing the Bean family). Photo by EG Quinn

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Summer Kids’ Sports Camp – Ages 5 to 12 Haddonfield Adult School is pleased to announce that Coach Larry MacCluen’s Kids’ Sports Camp for children ages 5-12 returns to Wedgewood for another summer season! Camp runs June 24 to August 23, Monday to Friday, 9am to 12n. Registration is weekly or by day of the week. Pay $120 for 4 days and get Fridays free. Or register by the day of the week and pay $180 for 7 days and get 2 free. Children will start each day with activities to improve physical fitness, and then play soccer, golf, basketball, t-ball and tennis. Visit to register.


a fond farewell

 A Liturgy and Farewell Celebration will be held in honor of Doretta Scott and Mary Stiltz during a Mass at Christ the King Church on Tue Jun 18 at 9am. Scott and Stiltz are retiring from their current faculty positions at Christ the King Regional School after many years of service. (Almost three-quarters of a century, combined!) A farewell reception will be held in the school gym following the service. Friends, students, and parents are encouraged to attend. To send well wishes, e-mail (attn: Mrs. Herman).

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 The Haddonfield Youth Basketball Association will help kids perfect their game with summer basketball camps. Camps will take place in the Haddonfield Memorial High School Gymnasium (401 Kings Hwy E). • Beginners’ Camps – for boys and girls entering first and second grade – will be held from Mon Jun 24 thru Fri Jun 28, from 8:30 to 10:30am, daily. A second session for beginners will be held from Mon Jul 8 thru Fri Jul 12, from 10:30 to 12:30pm, daily. ($100) • Basketball camp for girls entering grades three thru eight will be held from Mon Jun 24 thru Fri Jun 28, from 12:30 to 3:30pm, daily. A second session will be held from Mon Jul 8 thru Fri Jul 12, from 2 to 5pm, daily. ($125) • Fundamental Skills Camp, for boys entering grades three thru five, will be held from Mon Jul 15 thru Fri Jul 19, from 9am to 12n. ($125) • Junior Development Camp will be held from Mon Jul 22 thru Fri Jul 26, from 9am to 12n, for boys entering grades six thru eight. ($125) For more information, or to register, visit

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art for all

 Artist Norma Chankin is teaching classes at Markeim Arts Center (Lincoln & Walnut Streets) on Wednesday mornings from 10am to 12n. Students of all levels are welcome. Learn to bring your paintings to life! Call 261-8909 for more information.

The 39 Steps

 Plays & Players continues its 2013 season with a fastpaced whodunit, The 39 Steps. The play, adapted from a John Buchan novel by Patrick Barlow, will mesmerize theatre lovers. (Think: an Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece mixed with a juicy spy novel and a dash of Monty Python). A winner of two Tony Awards, The 39 Steps is packed with laughs and over 150 zany characters – played by a cast of four! Shows will take place on Friday and Saturday evenings, thru Jun 22, at 8pm. A matinee will be held on Sun Jun 16 at 2pm. Tickets: 429-8139.


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 The Village Playbox, a community theatre troupe based in Haddon Heights, has announced its upcoming season. Shows will take place at the First Presbyterian Church in Haddon Heights (Green Street at 7th Ave). The Village Playbox will kick-off its 74th season with Joseph Kesselring’s Arsenic and Old Lace. Stay tuned to What’s On for audition information or visit Weekend performances will take place from Nov 1 thru Nov 16. The Playbox’s 74th season will also include The Fantasticks in February 2014 and Be My Baby in May 2014. Why not treat yourself to season tickets? For $40 you will receive a ticket to each show plus an extra flex ticket. For ticket information, e-mail

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

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 Adults: The Borough of Haddon Heights offers recreation and educational programs just for you! Most classes are held at the Community Center (321 Seventh Ave) or at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W). To register, visit or call 546-2585. Coming up: • Adult Board Game Group – Tired of playing solitaire? This group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Community Center. The group will meet on Jul 10 and Aug 14 from 9:30am to 12n. • Self Defence for Women (Part 2) – Learn more self-defence maneuvers from Officer Lou Baselice on Thu Jun 20, beginning at 7pm. $12 resident; $15 non-resident. • Watercolors – Embrace your inner artist! Learn the basic lines, patterns, washes, and color-mixing techniques on Tuesday evenings – Jul 16 thru Aug 20 – from 7 to 8pm. $50 resident; $55 non-resident. This course, appropriate for students ages 18 and up, will take place at the Cabin. • Travel Basics – Plan the perfect vacation with the help of expert Kerri Lauro, president of MCA Travel. The class will take place on Thu Jul 18, from 7 to 8:30pm, at the Cabin. $12 resident; $15 non-resident. • The Nature of New Jersey – Take a naturalist’s tour of the Garden State without leaving Haddon Heights. This class will take place on Thu Jul 25, from 7 to 8:30pm, at the Cabin. $15 resident; $17 non-resident. • Summer Wines and Cheese – Sample an array of pairings at The Village Cheese Shop, 512 Station Ave in Haddon Heights, on Tue Aug 13 from 7 to 8:30pm. $30 resident; $35 non-resident.

That’s history

 The next general meeting of the Haddon Heights Historical Society will be held on Mon Jul 15, at 7pm, at the Haddon Heights Public Library (608 Station Ave). During the meeting, Haddonfield resident Col. Don Carey USMC will present “Leadership and Culture Clash at Gettysburg, July 1863.” Meetings are free and open to the public. For details, stay tuned to The society is a 501(c)3 organization. Send charitable donations to Haddon Heights Historical Society, PO Box 118, Haddon Heights, 08035.

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 The Camden County Board of Freeholders will sponsor a slew of free summer events at Haddon Lake Park’s McLaughlin-Norcross Dell (13th Ave, Haddon Heights). Arrive early for the best seats! • Kids: Right after breakfast on Wed Jun 19, venture to Haddon Lake Park for a family style magic show. The program will start at 10:30am. • Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary – and guest Natalie Acciani – will play the park on Wed Jun 19. The show will begin at 7:30pm. • Cool Beans will dominate the Dell on Sat Jun 29. Stop by at 10:30am for a concert that the whole family will enjoy. • Baze and His Silly Friends will captivate your kids on Wed Jul 3 beginning at 10:30am. • Lucius with special guest Terry Rivel will rock the park on Wed Jul 10 beginning at 7:30pm. • The Paisley Pickles will give kids and parents something to sing about on Sat Jul 20 at 10:30am. • Rise and shine! On Sat Jul 24, beginning at 10:30am, The Give & Take Jugglers will present a madcap show that families will enjoy. • Lake Street Dive, with special guest Trevor Gordon Hall, will visit the Dell on Wed Jul 24 at 7:30pm.

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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

Basketball at St Rose

 St Rose School (300 Kings Hwy E, Haddon Heights) will host two basketball camp programs this summer. Each will take place from Mon Jul 1 thru Wed Jul 3. The cost is $80 per player ($60 per sibling; family cap of $200). A program for young athletes, entering grades two thru four, will be held from 8 to 10am, daily. Camp for those entering grades five thru seven will be held from 10am to 12n, daily. Bring a basketball and water! Call Jamie DeCastro at 905-9469 for details.



Be a hero

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

Good times in Heights

 Senior citizens: The following groups meet regularly in the Senior Room at the Community Center (321 Seventh Ave, Haddon Heights), unless otherwise noted. • Mah-Jongg – Experienced players are welcome to jump in on Friday and Monday afternoons from 12:30 to 2:30pm. To learn to play Mah-Jongg, contact Amy Lafferty at 546-2585. • Bridge Club – This club gets together on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 12:30 to 3pm. • Senior Community Table – Seniors gather at area eateries on Tuesdays between 11:30am and 1:30pm. See page 10 for a venue listing. • Book Club – Read, then share on the 2nd Tuesday of each month! A new book club is starting in Heights, so it’s the perfect time to jump in. 547-3950

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 Field Hockey Summer Camp is being offered through the Haddon Heights Field Hockey Club on Thursdays – Jun 27 thru Aug 22 (except Jul 4) – from 6 to 7:30pm at the Haddon Heights High School (301 2nd Ave). Campers will learn new skills, make new friends, and have fun! The club is also accepting applications for Fall 2013. For more information and registration forms, visit heightsfieldhockey. org. E-mail heightshockey@ for further details.

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Heights takes Independence day fun to a new level

 Haddon Heights will celebrate the nation’s 237th birthday on Thu Jul 4 starting with the parade at 9am and culminating with the AfterParade Party at Cervino Field. The Independence Day Parade will step off at 9am at Third and Station Aves. The procession will include string bands, floats, civic groups, antique cars, decorated bicycles and wagons, costumes, and decorated pets (on leashes). Want to get in on the action? Parade participants will meet at Fourth and Station Ave by 8:30am. Children must be age seven or older to take part in the parade, to ride a decorated bike, or to wear a costume while marching. Children who ride bikes in the parade must wear helmets. To march in the parade or enter a float, contact  The Haddon Heights Amy Lafferty at 546-2585 by Sun Jun 30. Public School District For those six-and-under, a Baby Parade will is accepting student applications from parents assemble at Tenth Ave and Sycamore Street at 8:45am for registration and judging. Judging will who are interested conclude at 9:15am so that the Baby Parade can in the Inclusive Preschool Program for the join the main parade on Tenth Ave. Imagine the bragging rights! Winners in vari2013/2014 school year. ous categories will be announced after the paThe Inclusive Prerade. Winners will also be posted at the Haddon school Program is Heights Public Library on Sat Jul 6. For a list of intended for children ages three thru five; it is judging categories and prizes, see the latest edihoused at the Glenview tion of the Heights Report. An After-Parade Party will be held at Cervino Avenue School. The program was designed Field (8th and High Street) following the procession. to provide specialSponsored by the Borough of Haddon Heights, needs students with the party will include a music, festive foods and the opportunity to be snacks, face painting, inflatable games and moon educated in the least restrictive environment bounces, train rides, balloons, and more. with typically developing peers. Children who are not classified and do not have special needs – who will be threeyears old by Tue Oct 1 – are eligible to attend. Inclusive Preschool is Lessons & Performance an afternoon program (12:35 to 3:00 PM) which takes place five days per week during the entire school year. Tuition for the proKathleen Mayes gram is $2,500 (paid 856-858-8902 in 10 monthly installments). Applications are accepted on a firstGuitar Lessons Specializing in Classical Technique. come, first-served basis until the class is filled. If you are interested in having your child take part in Haddon Heights’ Inclusive Preschool Program, contact the Child Study 4 Rotten Wood 4 Soffit & Fascia 4 Power Washing Team at 547-1322, x3006 4 Carpentry 4 Kitchens 4 Baths to request an applica4 Windows 4 Plumbing Repairs tion.



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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), Jul 8 thru Aug 26. The cost is $55 for residents; $60 for non-residents. • Pilates – Enhance the mind and strengthen the body on Mondays at 6:30pm, from Jul 15 thru Aug 19, at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W). The cost is $26 for residents; $31 for non-residents. Bring a mat and a band! • Zumba – You’re sure to sizzle with this fastpaced, 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 Jul 15 thru Aug 21, at 6pm. Another class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from Jul 16 thru Aug 22, at 7:15pm. Zumba classes are held at the Community Center. One night per week: The cost is $26 for residents; $31 for non-residents. Two nights per week: The cost is $52 for residents; $57 for non-residents. • Gentle Yoga & Meditation – Learn to manage stressors using time-honored techniques. Classes will take place on Wednesdays, from Jul 17 thru Aug 21, at 6:15pm at the Cabin. $37 for residents; $42 for non-residents. • Yoga – Cultivate inner-peace by linking breath and movement with Vinyasa Flow. Classes will be held on Wednesdays, from Jul 17 thru Aug 21, at 7:30pm. The cost is $37 for residents; $42 for non-residents. • Zumba + Zumba Toning – Take your fitness regime to a whole new level! This class will meet on Thursdays – Jul 18 thru Aug 22 – at 6pm at the Community Center. The cost is $23 for residents; $28 for non-residents. • Family Yoga – This six-week class is designed for children, ages four thru eight, and their caretaker(s). The class will take place on Fridays – Jul 19 thru Aug 23 – from 9 to 10am. The cost is $50 residents; $55 for non-residents. Siblings may be added for an additional cost. For details and registration materials, visit

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 The results of a recent architectural survey of Haddon Heights will be presented during a meeting at Haddon Heights Borough Hall on Wed Jul 17 at 7pm. Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting and review the findings. 547-3950

on the swim scene ...

 At Haddon Glen, the fun has already begun! Members of Haddon Glen Swim Club, located at 1701 Walnut Ave in Haddon Heights, will enjoy the club’s regular summer hours beginning on Sat Jun 22. The club boasts a 25-meter pool with six lanes, two one-meter diving boards, a kiddie pool, a learn-to-swim program, a swim team and a diving team, and a full social calendar for members. For details about joining the member-owned club, go to haddonglen. org/membership.html or call 546-9257. Ask about the club’s August Bye program.

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What’s On: Haddon Heights

The kids’ zone It’s just lunch  The Borough of Haddon Heights offers recreation and educational programs for every member of the family. Classes are held at the Community Center (321 Seventh Ave) or at the Cabin (600 Lippincott Lane W). To register, visit or call 546-2585. Next up: • Kids, ages eight and up, are invited to explore the art of Gyotaku on Monday mornings – Jul 15 thru Jul 29 – from 10 to 11am. $20 resident; $25 non-resident. Call 546-2585 for location. • Art Meets Science – Young artists will conduct cool science experiments during this six-week, hands-on course. Things could get messy! Children, ages seven thru 10, will meet at the Community Center on Tuesdays – from Jul 16 thru Aug 20 – from 1 to 2pm. $20 resident; $25 non-resident. • Acting for Beginners – Nurture your child’s creativity. This class will take place on Thursday afternoons, from Jul 18 thru Aug 22, at the Community Center. $20 resident; $25 non-resident. Class maximum: 15. Ages: nine to 13 years. • Irish Dancing – Learn both social and performance dances during this six-week course, Fri Jul 19 thru Fri Aug 21. Children, ages eight and up, will meet at the Community Center from 1 to 2pm. The cost is $25 resident; $30 non-resident. • Architectural Letters – Kids will create 3-D letter sculptures using everyday items. The class will meet on Mondays – Aug 5 thru Aug 19 – from 10 to 11am. $20 resident; $25 nonresident. Ages: 11 and up. Call 546-2585 for location.

 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 summer! Next: • Jun 18 – Station House Restaurant • Jun 25 – Anthony’s Creative Italian Cuisine • Jul 2 – Kunkel’s • Jul 9 – Village Cheese Shop

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 Baptist Regional School (300 Station Ave, Haddon Heights) will host three basketball camp programs this summer. Each will take place from Mon Jul 22 thru Thu Jul 25. The cost is $55 per player. A program for young athletes, entering grades one thru four, will be held from 10:30am to 12n, daily. Camp for those entering grades five thru eight will be held from 1 to 3:30pm, daily. Basketball camp for kids entering grades nine thru 12 will be held from 6 to 8:30pm, daily. Call the school office at 547-2996 for details.

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 Be a buddy to the Summer Recreation program in Hoff’s Park. New and gently used items are needed to make the summer shine. Bring your donations to Haddon Heights Borough Hall (625 Station Ave). The campers will need twine, beads, bird seed, wipes, a tub of shortening, craft magnets, oatmeal, Whiffle Balls, wipes for tables, hand wipes, paper, puzzles, checkers, balls, card games, coloring and word-search books, brown paper bags, plastic storage bags, bubble wrap, Sharpies, name tags, and plastic cups. 846-4852

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What’s On: Haddon Heights

Meet local author patti Sheehy Rock out  On Fri Jun 28, beginning at 6pm, the Haddon Heights Public Library will sponsor a dinner and book-signing event at Tavistock Country Club. Haddon Heights resident and author Patti Sheehy will discuss her debut novel, The Boy Who Said No: An Escape to Freedom. The book’s protagonist, Frank Mederos, will be an honored guest. Tickets for the three-course dinner event are available at the library (608 Station Ave). Copies of the book are available at the library. Copies will also be available at Tavistock on Jun 28.

 The Haddon Heights Public Library hosts Guitar Hero and Rock Band sessions each Friday night from 6:30 to 9pm. Kids and parents are invited to become local rock stars free of charge. Call 547-7132 for more information.

The Caregivers’ corner

 Resolve to make volunteering part of your family’s summertime routine. Interfaith Caregivers relies on community support to provide the basic services – shopping, transportation, and companionship – that enable elderly and disabled residents to remain independent. Even a small, flexible time commitment can make a difference. Call 3540298 or visit for information about the Caregivers’ next training session at Haddon Heights Borough Hall (625 Station Ave) 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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 St. Rose of Lima Parish, located at 300 Kings Hwy E in Haddon Heights, will host Vacation Bible School (VBS) from Mon Jun 24 thru Fri Jun 28. For information about VBS registration and information about volunteer opportunities, call 546-6166.



lace up for Story Storks

 Story Storks, a local organization which provides personalized board books to parents of newborns at Cooper University Hospital, will sponsor its 2nd annual Run for Reading 5k Run/ Walk in Haddon Heights on Sun Sep 8. Story Storks was founded last year by Haddon Heights residents Adrienne Evans, Maureen Hicks, and Barbara Funkhouser. The goal of Story Storks is to encourage parents to read to babies from birth in an effort to foster language development and literacy. To learn more visit

a prescription for a safe community

 In an effort to protect the well-being of the borough’s citizens and the environment, Haddon Heights is participating in Project Medicine Drop. Residents are encouraged to leave their unwanted prescription medications and other drugs in the mailbox-style drop box in Haddon Heights Borough Hall at the Police Department courtesy window (625 Station Ave). Remove personal information before leaving medicine containers in the drop box. The service is free and anonymous – no questions 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 Captain Valvardi at 547-0614 x14 or visit meddrop.

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Kids: Grow at your library

 Under the ground in soft brown dirt/We wait for rain and sun/We’re seeds and roots and tiny bugs/Our life has just begun! Haddonfield Public Library’s Children’s Department (429-1304) is going underground in June. Check out the lineup: • Sara O’Brien, fondly known as Luloo, will return to the library during her Community Rocks Summer Tour. On Fri Jun 14 she will kick off the summer with an outdoor concert from 3:30 to 5pm. Rain: Sat Jun 15 at 1pm. • Preschool Storytime, for kids ages four and five, is held on Tuesdays at 10:30am and on Wednesdays at 1:30pm. Kids will make happy worms on Jun 18 and Jun 19. • Toddlertime, for kids ages two and three, is held on Thursdays at 10:30am. Tykes will make happy worms on Jun 20. • The Children’s Department’s Summer Reading Program, themed “Dig into Reading,” has begun. Young readers – in pre-school thru 8th grade – are encouraged to stop by the Children’s Desk to register. Forms for the Teen Summer Reading Program, “Beneath the Surface,” are available at the library’s main circulation desk. Each child that reads six books by Thu Sep 5 will win a gift certificate for a show at the Ritz Theatre, or a ticket to a high school drama club production, or a movie pass from AMC/Leows. An end-of-summer party, themed “Dino Dig,” will take place on Thu Aug 29, at 7pm, in the Haddonfield Borough Hall Auditorium. • Sleepy Storytime, for children ages three to six, will take place on Mondays at 7pm beginning on Jul 1. • Book discussion groups will begin meeting on Wed Jul 10. See page 13. • Makin’ Music, a program for pre-schoolers, will be held on Fridays – from Jul 12 thru Aug 9 – at 10:30am. No need to register; just show up!

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 The Celebrations Association has made it easy for you to make donations and get latebreaking news about upcoming associationsponsored events. Simply visit Members of the Haddonfield Celebrations Association are planning a stunning array of events for 2013 – including another Independence Day Celebration (the parade and fireworks), the Halloween Parade, and the Christmas Tree Lighting. These events are funded through community donations. Recently, the Celebrations Association mailed a letter to each household in the borough asking for donations to help finance the 4th of July Parade and fireworks. Send checks payable to: Haddonfield Celebrations, PO Box 15, Haddonfield. Or, visit

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feel the burn this summer

 Work up a sweat with Sue Heindel’s exercise classes held at the First Presbyterian Preschool (20 Kings Hwy E). A new round of Pilates and Tone-Up classes will run from Tue Jun 25 thru Thu Aug 15. Keep your body bikini-ready in airconditioned comfort with: • Pilates – Increase your strength, flexibility, and balance with a progressive series of exercises that focuses on your core. Classes, for all fitness levels, will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 to 10:15am. • Tone Up – Sculpt your entire body with weight-bearing resistance using tubes, bands, glides, and Bender Balls on Wednesdays from 9:30 to 10:15am. The cost is $40 for 8 classes, $80 for 16 classes, and $115 for 23 classes. Babysitting will be available for a nominal fee – call 428-6641 for details. Make checks payable to the “First Presbyterian Preschool” and mail to: Sue Heindel, 147 Hawthorne Ave, Haddonfield. Registration forms are available at the preschool or by contacting Sue Heindel at 4286641 or

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 The Haddonfield Community Calendar – delivered annually (and for free!) to 6,000 homes and businesses – is a community effort. Funding for the indispensable resource comes from various sources, including area residents. No donation is too small. Residents who contribute $35 or more will be listed in the calendar as patrons. To make a donation, send checks payable to “Haddonfield Community Calendar,” Haddonfield Information Center, 2 Kings Court. The deadline to be listed as a patron is Mon Jul 15. 216-7253  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 has started new ministry which provides 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. Meetings are being held at the church on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm.

On July the Fourth...




The Haddonfield Community Philharmonic and Marching Band Society – popularly and mercifully known as The Pick-up Band – is composed of (forgive the pun) musicians who show up at its various concerts and parades. There are no auditions, no rehearsals, no meetings, no uniforms, no dues. IF yOU PLAy ... JUST SHOW UP.


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For details, call Tom Patton: 856-429-0426.

 Book discussion groups will meet weekly in the Children’s Department at the Haddonfield Public Library beginning on Wed Jul 10. Call 429-1304 to register your child. • Book Burrow, a reading and discussion group for children ages seven thru 10, will meet on Wednesdays, from 1 to 2pm, thru Aug 21. Together, children will read Take the Mummy and Run, a humorous book by Mary Amato. The group will discuss the book and participate in fun activities. • StorySearch, a discussion group for children ages nine thru 12, will meet on Wednesdays, from 3 to 4pm, thru Aug 21. Those who register will receive a copy of Holes, by Louis Sachar, to read independently. Group members will meet weekly to discuss chapters and participate in related activities.

 Summer will bring music to the masses! The Rotary’s Summer Concert Series will return in July. Beginning in early July, Friday-night concerts will take place on Kings Hwy and in Kings Court. Performances will take place from 7 to 8:30pm. On Fridays, Jul 5 and Jul 19, shows will take place in Kings Court – bring your neighbors and your folding chairs! On Fridays, Jul 12 and Jul 26, the Haddonfield Police Department will close Kings Hwy to traffic at approximately 6:45pm. Revelers are invited to make themselves at home on the highway. Don’t forget your dancing shoes! The line-up includes: • Fri Jul 5 – The Vintage Country Duet will set the festive tone during the business district’s First Friday festivities. • Fri Jul 12 – The Mango Men will take the borough by storm with Jimmy Buffett favorites and classic rock tunes. • Fri Jul 19 – Kings Court will come alive with the music of The Dixie Stompers. • Fri Jul 26 – The All SOULed Out Band will woo the crowd with soul dance hits from the ’60’s, ’70’s, and ’80’s. Concerts will be cancelled in the event of rain.

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 Mitch Winkler, selected in 2002 as the “Philadelphia Inquirer’s High School Girls Tennis Coach of the Year,” will lead a six-week juniors tennis program. The program, sponsored by the Haddonfield Tennis Association, will be held on Tuesdays, starting Jun 18, at Haddonfield’s Centennial Tennis Courts. Classes will be held from 6:15 to 7:15pm (ages six thru nine) and from 7:15 to 8:15pm (ages 10 thru 13). The cost is $65 per player. Register early, as space is limited. Call 428-8541.

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Saddle up and head to church!

 Rustle up your kids and head west for a rip-roarin’ time! The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield (124 Kings Hwy E) will host a Vacation Bible School program, themed “SonWest Roundup” this summer from Mon Aug 5 thru Fri Aug 9. The program – designed for children between 4 years and 7th grade – will take place from 9am to 12:30pm, daily. A closing musical program will take place on Aug 9 at 12n. Then, the church will host a carnival on Aug 9 from 1 to 2:30pm in the church parking lot. To learn more, call 429-2326. Care to throw your cowboy hat into the ring? Volunteers and ideas are needed. On Sat Jun 22 at 9am, a planning session will be held at the church to discuss the Bible school program. A continental breakfast will be provided.

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 Spring has sprung at Jersey Java & Tea (140 Haddon Ave N, Haddonfield) – stop by for an evening of free entertainment! Programs begin at 7pm unless noted. The event lineup includes: • Fri Jun 14 – John Cook will take center stage. • Sat Jun 22 – Stop by for the folk/indie sounds of Rosu Lup. • Fri Jun 28 – Amy Wooden entertain the masses. • Sat Jun 29 – Opening reception showcasing the artwork of William Butler (4 to 9pm). 428-0707;

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 Looking to channel your creative energy? Why not focus your efforts on preparation for the 4th of July parade? The annual extravaganza is right around the corner! Whether you plan to ride a bike or march as part of a neighborhood group, a family group, or a local civic organization, the Haddonfield Celebrations Association wants you to get in on the action. Each child who takes part in the parade will receive a participation ribbon. Registration for the parade will be held on Thu Jul 4, behind the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield (20 Kings Hwy E), between 8:30 and 9:30am. Don’t be late! The judges will evaluate family groups, neighborhood groups, and organization groups during the registration period. Ribbons for all child participants will be given out at registration or during line-up. Antique auto entrants should report to the antique auto registration table shortly after 10am. For further information about auto entries, call Frank Houston at 428-2702. The parade will step off at 10am. Remember, to avoid the injury of spectators, the throwing of candy and prizes during the parade is prohibited. Children riding bikes, tricycles, and Big Wheels must wear helmets. Children may not used motorized or battery-operated vehicles unless carefully supervised by an adult. Make sure that events such as the Halloween Parade, the Christmas Tree Lighting, and the Independence Day activities (including those fabulous fireworks!) remain free to the public. Those who wish to make monetary donations to the Celebrations Association, are encouraged to do so by sending checks to PO Box 15, Haddonfield. Credit card donations may also be made at the Haddonfield Information Center at 2 Kings Court. In the event of rain, the parade will be canceled. 215-7253

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Fishing Trip Wednesday, June 19th, 10:30am Fishing aboard Duke of Fluke in Somer’s Point. $30 includes transport, boat, fishing equipment, bait, tip for mate, and box lunch. Call Lynda Hamrick at 856-854-4331 ext. 303 to reserve a spot.

Lunch & Learn Friday, June 21st, 10:00am–1:00pm Come and learn what Collingswood Manor is all about at an informative session with our Director of Marketing. Take a tour of our community and then enjoy a delicious lunch. Please RSVP to Barbara Wrzeszcz at 856-854-4331 ext. 115.

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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-tomother support and encouragement while providing proven information on breastfeeding. Of course, babies are welcome! Members discuss different topics during each meeting: • Mon Jun 17 – Getting Started with Breastfeeding • Mon Jul 15 – Avoiding Difficulties • Mon Aug 19 – Weaning and Family Nutrition Browse the club’s ever-expanding library of resource materials covering pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, nutrition, and parenting. lllofhaddonfield.


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 Keep the Haddonfield United Methodist Church in mind when doing your spring cleaning. The church’s Thrifty Treasures Rummage Sale will be held on Thu Sep 26 thru Sat Sep 28. Donated items will be accepted on Tue Sep 24 and Wed Sep 25.

Batter up!

 Haddonfield Little League will host two summer baseball camps. Along with his staff, Haddonfield Memorial High School Head Baseball Coach Bob Bickel is organizing two camp sessions that will focus on basic individual skills (hitting, throwing, catching, fielding, and base running). The camps will be tailored to meet the needs of eight- to 13-year-olds. Camp programs will be held at the Haddonfield Little League Complex. Morning sessions will take place Mon Jun 24 thru to Thu Jun 27 from 9 to 11:30am. Evening Sessions will be held Mon Jul 8 thru Thu Jul 11 from 5 to 7:30pm The cost, per session, is $125. Discounts are available for multiple weeks and siblings. For registration forms, visit For further information contact Bob Bickel at bbickel@haddonfield.

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What’s on the Market

plant a tree for the Tricentennial

 Recently, the Haddonfield Shade Tree Commission announced its Tricentennial Tree Sale, an opportunity to purchase ornamental and shade trees for planting in the home garden or donating for streetside or public park plantings. The tree sale will continue thru mid-September; it will culminate on Sat Oct 5, Tricentennial Tree Day. On Tree Day a community tree planting and celebration will take place. The Shade Tree Commission has selected 15 trees – of various shapes and sizes – which are suitable for various growing conditions. Planting a tree is an ideal way to commemorate a family event or simply enhance the beauty of a yard. While the Tricentennial Tree Program is not intended to replace Haddonfield’s planting initiatives, it will provide an opportunity to supplement the shade tree plantings at a time when the borough’s focus is on the removal of blight-stricken red oak and pin oak trees. Trees offered through this promotion will prepped, pruned, and labeled as Tricentennial Trees. Donated trees are tax-deductible and will be planed by trained teams. Trees purchased for private property will be ready for pick-up and planting on or before Sat Oct 5. Trees are priced at $125 each. A limited selection of premium trees are priced at $350. All participants will be honored in print and online for their support. Records of this event will be presented to the Historical Society of Haddonfield for posterity. Volunteers are being recruited for the tree-planting effort. To learn more, visit

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 The Haddonfield Alumni Society is accepting nominations of outstanding individuals to receive the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. Over the past 11 years, the Alumni Society has honored 77 former students and 29 teachers with the award. Criteria for the nomination of a former student include: having attended one of Haddonfield’s public schools for at least two years (nominees may have graduated from a school other than Haddonfield Memorial High School), having been out of high school for at least 20 years, and having distinguished themselves during their adult lives. Teachers who have taught in the Haddonfield School District for at least seven years are also eligible for the award as well. Nomination forms, though not mandatory, are available at Send letters of recommendation outlining achievements, along with supporting letters or materials, to: Brad Linthicum, 519 Westminster Ave, Haddonfield. The deadline for nominations is Sun Jun 30. Recipients will be announced in September; awards will be presented in November. For more information on the Alumni Society, visit

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The classes are coming to you!

 Thanks to a program developed by the School District, the College of New Jersey (TCNJ), and the Regional Training Institute, residents, school faculty, and others can take graduate-level education courses and work toward advanced degrees in Haddonfield. TCNJ faculty will teach 3-credit graduate-level courses in kindergarten thru 12th-grade education. Up next: • “Encouraging Skillful, Critical, and Creative Thinking” will start on Fri Jun 28. • “Assessment Techniques: Assessing for Student Learning” will commence on Thu Jul 25. For details or to register, visit or call 800-433-4740.

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 The completion of construction on downtown Haddonfield’s Mechanic Street will be celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sat Jun 15. The ceremony will begin at 11am on Mechanic Street. Following the ribbon cutting, visitors will be treated to food, face painting, music, and jewelry making from 11am to 5pm. “The construction completion comes at the start of the summer season and we couldn’t be more excited to celebrate with ... a day of music, food, and fun,” said Remi Fortunato, retail recruiter for the Partnership for Haddonfield.


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Catch the pick-Up Band

› The Haddonfield Community Philharmonic and Marching Band Society (fondly known as the Pick-Up Band) will hold a Summer Solstice Concert on Thu Jun 20, at 7:15pm, at the Gazebo in Kings Court in Haddonfield.

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 The Haddonfield Center & School for the Performing Arts’ (HCSPA) 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, HCSPA is headquartered at Grace Church (19 Kings Hwy E). Up next, HCSPA will present its inaugural Summer Choral Festival – designed for singers in high school and adults – from Sun Jul 21 thru Fri Jul 26. Participants will learn two major works for mixed chorus while exploring the creation, preparation, and performance of a masterpiece. Those interested in participating are encouraged to visit for more information.

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What’s on the Market

Share skills

 The Haddonfield United Methodist Church will host a summer camp program in cooperation with the Neighborhood Center of Camden. On Thursday mornings, from Jul 11 thru Aug 22, sixty elementary-school students from Camden will visit the church for an enrichment program. Volunteers are needed to teach summer workshops that are both fun and educational (cooking, jewelry making, crafting, painting, etc). If you have a talent that you are willing to share, or if you would like to help someone else teach a two-week course, then contact Amy Gogol at 216-1797.

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. Thru Sun Jul 28, 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. 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 21st annual The Haddonfield non-profit with the most votes Haddonfield Crafts and at the end of the six-month period will win $2,000. Fine Arts Festival will The second-place winner will receive $1,000; 3rd, be held on Sat Jul 13 $500; 4th and 5th, $250; and 6th thru 10th, $100. (11am to 7pm) and Sun The contest will continue until all ties are broken. Jul 14 (12n to 5pm) in Each organization may win only once, including the borough’s retail dis- all affiliates and branches. Non-profits need trict. The theme will be not formally enter the contest. They will be “Haddonfield’s Tricenentered automatically when a registered dancer tennial.” designates them. See you on the dance floor! This free two-day outdoor festival is one of the area’s most popular events, garnering national attention COLLINGSWOOD and typically attracting crowds of more than TOWNHOUSE 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 104 Curtis, Collingswood • $175,000 with a panorama of artists’ tents. Outdoor Walk downtown and Speedline. 3 bedrooms (master bedroom has large closets); cafés and live music will 1 bathroom. Rooms are large, bright, and newly painted. complement the festive New windows, custom blinds. Central air-conditioning. atmosphere. Hardwood floors throughout, recently refinished. Stay tuned to What’s Fenced rear patio. Ready to move in! On for details. 216-7253 To arrange an inspection, call Kate Master Siedell:

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Summertime fun at Christ the King Church

 Christ the King Catholic Regional Church (200 Windsor Ave, Haddonfield) will offer basketball camps and vacation Bible school this summer. • Give basketball a shot! Blue Chip Basketball Camp at Christ the King School will be offered this summer. Camp for boys and girls in grades five thru eight will take place from Mon Jun 24 thru Thu Jun 27. Camp for boys and girls in grades two thru four will take place from Mon Jul 15 thru Thu Jul 18. • Christ the King Church will offer Vacation Bible School – themed “Kingdom Rock” – from Mon Aug 5 thru Fri Aug 9 (9am to 12n, daily). Call 429-1600 for details.

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program, themed “SonSurf Beach,” from Sun Jun 23 thru Thu Jun 27. Vacation Bible School classes will be held from 6:30 to 8:30pm each evening. Children will learn five essential Bible verses during the course of the week. Then, a carnival will be held on Thu Jun 27. To register, call Leslie Robinson at 429-0403 or e-mail

Wanted: a few good (senior) men

 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. According to a member, the club’s philosophy is: “You are as young as your self-confidence, as old as you fear, as young as your hope, and as old as your despair.” For more information, visit (scroll down and click “65 Club”), or contact Membership Chair Joe Ade at 795-3683 or

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 Hone your skills – or develop new ones – with a little help from the wallet-friendly Haddonfield Adult School. Visit to view a complete summer schedule, register, and pay your tuition. Summer courses include: • Adults’ Golf for Beginners/Intermediate – Instructor Larry MacCluen wants to help you perfect your grip, stance, swing, chipping, putting, and golf etiquette. Classes will take place on Sundays, Jun 23 thru Aug 4, from 2:30 to 3:30pm. Pay $80 for five classes and you’ll get one class for free. Class will be held at Willowbrook Country Club in Moorestown. • Adults’ Tennis for Beginners/Intermediate – Instructor Larry MacCluen also wants to help you perfect your grip, forehand, backhand, serve, volley, and tennis etiquette. Classes will take place on Mondays, Jun 24 thru Aug 5, from 6:30 to 7:30pm (Beginner and Advanced Beginner) and 7:30 to 8:30pm (Intermediate). Pay $60 for five classes and you’ll get one class for free! Classes will take place at Wedgewood courts. • Zumba – A dance-fitness program inspired by international music, Zumba will be taught by Natalie Sandone on Mondays (7 to 8pm) and Wednesdays (6:30 to 7:30pm) from Jun 24 thru Aug 28. Pay $60 for any 10 classes; or pay $95 for 16 classes you’ll get three classes for free. Zumba will be held in the air-conditioned Central School Gym during July and in the High School’s A Gym during August. • Kids Sports Camp – Back by popular demand! Coach Larry MacCluen will supervise a summer camp program at Wedgewood Courts in Haddonfield. Camp will be held Mondays thru Fridays, Jun 24 thru Aug 23, from 9am to 12n. • Pilates – Men and women are encouraged to give Pilates a whirl with Adult School classes taught by Sue Heindel. Classes will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jun 25 thru Aug 29, from 7 to 7:45pm. Take any 10 classes for $70; or pay $112 for 16 classes and you’ll get three classes for free. Pilates will be held in the airconditioned Central School Gym during July and in the High School’s A Gym during August. • TrainerDiva’s Slim and Tone for Women – Strengthen and tone the body with free weights, resistance bands, and body-weight exercises. This class will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jun 25 thru July 30, from 6 to 6:50pm. Pay $80 for eight classes you’ll get two classes for free. Students of all fitness levels are encouraged to join. Class will be held in the air-conditioned Central School Gym. • Piloxing – Mix it up! Piloxing combines the stretching and strengthening of Pilates with the energy and movement of boxing for a fat-burning, muscle-sculpting hour. Classes will be held on Wednesdays, Jun 26 thru Aug 28, from 7:30 to 8:30pm. Pay $64 for 8 classes and you’ll get one free. This class is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. Piloxing will be held in the airconditioned Central School Gym during July and in the High School’s A Gym during August. • Drawing and Painting – Professional artist and art teacher Gwynn DiPilla will teach an art class for adults on Mondays, from Jul 1 thru Aug 12, 10am to 12n. Instruction will take place in the Parish Hall at Grace Church in Haddonfield. The cost is $72 for 6 weeks. Visit for information.

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Dear Friends and Neighbors, We still need to raise a lot of dough to pay for Haddonfield’s July 4th Fireworks & Parade. Would you be generous enough to donate the cost of one “pizza night out” to the Haddonfield Celebrations Association? Over 5,000 people enjoy our fireworks every year – but we kneed more of you to help us keep this slice of Americana vibrant for Haddonfield’s 300th anniversary. Please send your doughnation to PO Box 15, Haddonfield NJ 08033, or contribute online at

Thank you! Pat Vogdes (President) & the Haddonfield Celebrations Association Volunteers

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Summer scoop Come up with a pain plan

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 Make the most of your kids’ summer vacation. 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 haddonfield.k12. for details and registration forms (click “Summer Academy Registration”). Hurry! Registration requests will be honored on a firstcome, first-served basis. For further information, e-mail ssweeney@haddonfield. or call 609-7072393.

 The chiropractic office of Dr. Shari Saluck (212 Haddon Ave, Haddonfield) will host a free community lecture on pain management treatments by Virtua Pain and Spine Specialists’ Dr. Kieran Slevin on Wed Jun 19 at 7:30pm. Dr. Slevin will discuss the treatments that can be performed in his office. He will also discuss how pain-management treatments and chiropractic treatments can complement each other in cases of spinal stenosis, disc herniations, and arthritis. Following the lecture, Dr Saluck will conduct biomechanics screenings of posture grid pictures and computerized foot/arch screenings in an effort to detect physical imbalances. To reserve your spot for this wellness event, call 354-5090.

Catch the Haddonfield Cello Society in Westmont

 The Haddonfield Cello Society will perform a music program, titled “The World of Music,” at the William G. Rohrer Memorial Library (15 MacArthur Blvd, Westmont) on Wed Jun 19 at 7:30pm. The group – a cello quartet which is accompanied by violin and piano – has been performing at the Rohrer Library and in the surrounding area for over 10 years. The program will feature selections from Europe, Latin America, Africa, and America. The audience will be treated to music by Beethoven, Mozart, the Beatles, and Andrew Lloyd Webber. The concert is being sponsored by the Camden County Library. Register for this event at or by calling the library at 854-2752.

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The 411 on summer fun

 Parents who dread the familiar summer refrain – “I’m so bored!” – can 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

Sashay into summer

 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). Alan Saperstein will teach the Night Club Two-Step on Sunday evenings thru Jun 16. Improve your moves – and line your favorite organization’s coffers – with Dance Haddonfield. To learn how you can help your local organization waltz away with and extra $100, $250, $500, $1000, or even $2000, see page 18 or visit

Make the connection

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

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lacrosse camp: Sticks for chicks

 Lacrosse is all the rage in Haddonfield! Step on the field and become part of the excitement. Haddonfield Memorial High School lacrosse coaches and players are joining forces to offer a summer camp program for girls. The program will take place from Mon Jun 24 thru Thu Jun 27. Session 1, for girls in 3rd thru 8th grade, will be held from 5 to 7:30pm daily. Session 2, for girls in kindergarten thru 2nd grade will be held from 9:30 to 11am daily. The coaches and players will strive to provide a positive learning experience to each camper. Instructors will focus on stick skills, shooting, dodging, situational arc play, as well as offensive and defensive concepts. For additional info, e-mail Lauren Farrell at

Traveling Send us a shot of a “London Paris Rome Haddonfield!” tee-shirt, taken in front of an identifiable landmark – not in NJ or PA – and we’ll enter you to win one of two $50 certificates from IndeBlue in Collingswood. E-mail photo/s with name and phone number to deadline: Aug 31, 2013

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pause for art at Markeim

 Stop by the Markeim (104 Walnut Ave, Haddonfield) and find out what the Cheltenham Printmakers’ Guild have been up to! “Off the Wall,” an art show and sale featuring the works of the Printmakers’ Guild, will dominate the gallery thru Sat Jun 29. June is Art Sale Month at Markeim. Prints created by members of the Cheltenham Printmakers’ Guild will be sold for $50 to $300. See something your like? Take it “Off The Wall” at Markeim and enjoy it at home! 429-8585

a summer of arts fun!

 Markeim Arts Center, located at 104 Walnut Street in Haddonfield, will sponsor summer programs for kids of all ages. Kids Art Camp and Pottery Camp will run from Mon Jun 24 thru Fri Aug 30. Kids’ Art Camp permits for daily or weekly sign-up. Morning sessions run from 9am to 12n; afternoon sessions will run from 1 to 4pm. Extendedday and Lunch Bunch options will permit for maximum flexibility. Kids’ Art Camp will offer opportunities for young artists to work in the five media areas. Campers will be grouped by age. In Markeim’s Ceramics Studio, Pottery Camp will introduce campers – ages seven and older – to the potters’ wheel. Campers will leave Markeim with glazed creations of exceptional effort. Visit for details. 429-8585

Join forces with Sustainable Haddonfield

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 In order to reflect the broad scope of its activities, the Haddonfield Green Team changed its name to “Sustainable Haddonfield.” The organization encourages the sustainable use of human, economic, and natural resources. Visit to see the new logo! Since its creation in 2010, the organization has sponsored workshops, promoted energy-savings programs for businesses, and worked to obtain grants and funding for infrastructure projects. Sustainable Haddonfield works collaboratively with many civic and community groups. The borough is currently engaged in over 30 initiatives to save money, protect natural resources, and sustain our quality of life. The organization is currently working to establish Haddonfield as one of the few communities in the state to become certified under the Sustainable Jersey program at the Silver Level – the highest level achievable. Meetings take place on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, at 7pm, at Haddonfield Borough Hall (Room 102).; 795-2272

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 The Prayer Shawl Ministry at Christ the King Church (200 Windsor Ave, Haddonfield) meets on the first Wednesday of each month, at 10am, in the church’s Parish Center. Bring your crochet hooks and knitting needles, yarn, and other supplies. The ministry creates shawls for those who are sick and/or home-bound. For more information, call 546-8056 or 429-1600 x108.

Get a jump on football season

 High School Varsity Head Coach Frank DeLano will host Youth Football Camp at Haddonfield’s Centennial Field from Mon Jul 29 thru Thu Aug 1. Designed for five- thru 14-year-olds, the campers will meet from 5 to 8pm. The non-contact program will provide an opportunity for children to hone their football skills while having fun. The cost is $100 for those who register by Wed Jul 10; $125 thereafter. For more information or to register, contact Frank DeLano at

Why do you love Haddonfield?

 In recognition of Haddonfield’s year-long Tricentennial Celebration, the Partnership for Haddonfield is sponsoring a contest dubbed “Three Hundred Reasons I Love Haddonfield.” Visit and let the Partnership know why you love to shop and dine in Haddonfield. Those who enter will be eligible to win a $300 Townwide Gift Certificate. The winner will be announced in Kings Court during the next Girls’ Night Out event on Thu Oct 3. Entries will be posted on

Score this summer

 It has been said that true athletes are made in the off season. Kick your kids’ summer into high gear with the Haddonfield Soccer Club. This summer the organization will offer camp programs at Crows Woods in cooperation with the Angel Rivillo Soccer Academy. Weekly summer camps programs – for children entering preschool thru 8th grade – will begin on Mon Jul 8 and run thru Thu Aug 15. For details about these programs, visit

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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)

BONG (Buisiness Owners’ Networking Group) 4th Wed 7:30a to 9:00a Bistro at Haddonfield

Italian Conversation Group Beginners 1st Wed 7:30p to 9:00p Intermediate 1st Tue 7:30p to 9:00p Jersey Java & Tea 546-5878

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

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 (2nd Wed in July) Borough Hall, Auditorium

CoMMUNITY Farmers’ Market Every Sat 8:30a to 1:00p May thru Oct Kings Court

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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

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

MoMS La Leche League 3rd Mon 7:30p Presbyterian Church 795-2092 Mom to Mom 2nd and 4th Wed 9:30a to 11:00a Presbyterian Church 429-1960 MOMS Club For a calendar of events, call 428-0664

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

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

Commissioner Rochford’s Open-Door Session Every Wed 9:00a to 12:00n Borough Hall 429-4700

Historic Preservation Commission Wed two weeks before Planning Board 7:30p Borough Hall, Room 102

Information Center Wed thru Sat, 11a to 3p 2 Kings Court 216-7253 Library Board of Trustees 4th Tue 8:00a (except Aug) Public Library 429-1304 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

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

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


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 Catherine amilcare

Catherine A. Amilcare (nee Diaferia), a resident of Haddonfield, died on May 28, 2013. She was 70. Mrs. Amilcare was the former owner and operator of The Bag Shoppe in Haddonfield.

Nancy ashton

Nancy Lynn Ashton, a resident of Haddonfield, died on January 9, 2013. She was 53. Mrs. Ashton was a member of the Haddonfield Green Team and Interfaith Caregivers.

William leyendecker

William Leyendecker, a lifelong resident of Haddonfield, died on June 2, 2013. He was 87. Mr. Leyendecker is survived by his wife, June Leyendecker. Formerly, he was president of the Rotary Club of Haddonfield. Mr. Leyendecker and his brother Peter Leyendecker ran the Haddonfield Ice and Coal Company, a family-owned business for three generations.

dolores loucks

Dolores “Dillie” Jane Loucks (nee Mark), a resident of Barrington NJ, formerly a longtime resident of Eleanor Baud Eleanor E. Baud (nee Staas), a Haddonfield, died on June 6, 2013. longtime resident of Haddonfield, died She was 84. Mrs. Loucks was the widow of on May 27, 2013. She was 89. Mrs. Baud was the widow Clement James Loucks. Formerly, she worked Baud. Haddonfield survivors include a at the Haddonfield Public Library. Edward Mirra daughter, Linda Stokes (John). Edward Mirra, a resident of Toledo Mrs. Baud was a volunteer at the OH, died on May 31, 2013. He was Bancroft School in Haddonfield. 73. Mr. Mirra is survived by his wife, Joseph Campbell Joseph “Joe” Campbell, a resident Anita Mirra. The deceased was a of Haddonfield, died on June 5, 2013. graduate of Haddonfield Memorial High School and a recipient of the Joseph He was 100. Mr. Campbell is survived by his wife, M. T. Childrey Memorial Award. He Paula Campbell. Haddonfield survivors played on state championship teams also include a son, Michael Campbell in baseball, football, and wrestling. (Theresa Welsh), and grandchildren, Isabel puff Michael and Sean. Isabel Puff, a resident of Palm Beach Gardens FL, died on May 27, Ralph daggan Ralph N. “Tink” Daggan, a resident 2013. She was 90. Mrs. Puff is survived by her of Haddonfield, died on May 26, 2013. husband, Robert Puff. Haddonfield He was 84. Mr. Daggan was the widower of Nan survivors include Jeffrey Puff (Rae Ann). Daggan.

Bonnie drago

Bonnie V. Drago (nee Neale), a resident of Cherry Hill NJ, died on May 25, 2013. She was 85. Mrs. Drago was the widow of Anthony Drago. The deceased was a lifelong member of the Haddonfield Friends Meeting House.

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Ida Villari

Ida Villari, a resident of Toms River NJ, died on May 27, 2013. She was 85. Mrs. Villari was the widow of Nicholas Villari. Haddonfield survivors include a sister, Elvira Carney.

Jules Wolf

Jules Hahn Wolf, a longtime resident Eugene H. Hill III, a resident of of Haddonfield, died on June 1, 2013. He was 85. Haddonfield, died on June 6, 2013. Mr. Wolf was the widower of Nancy Mr. Hill is survived by his wife, Olivia Wolf. The deceased was a member Hill. of Christ the King Catholic Church in Haddonfield. donald Johnston Donald W. Johnston, a resident of Ocean City NJ, died on June 5, 2013. Gregory Yurkow Mr. Johnston is survived by his Gregory W. Yurkow, a resident of wife, Mary Johnston. The deceased Haddonfield, died on June 3, 2013. was an insurance adjuster for General He was 25. Motors in Haddonfield for 37 years. Haddonfield survivors include his father, Philip Yurkow; brothers, Helen Janssen John and Douglas; and an uncle and Helen G. Janssen, a resident of aunt, Steve and Patty Adams. He was predeceased by his mother, Maryellen Howell NJ, died on June 6, 2013. Mrs. Janssen was the widow Yurkow. Mr. Yurkow was a graduate of of Raymond Janssen. Haddonfield survivors include a son, Rob Janssen Haddonfield Memorial High School. (Shelley).

Teresa Joyce

M. Teresa Michael Joyce, a resident of Allegany NY, died on May 25, 2013. Sr. M. Teresa Michael Joyce was a member of the Order of Franciscan Sisters. At one time, she served at the St. Mary of the Angels convent in Haddonfield.


Personal Reflections by Bill Reynolds

Word came recently about the passing of Bill Leyendecker – born and raised here in town, a graduate of HMHS and Rutgers. A local businessman, he served as Rotary Club president in 1962-63 and was a member for 61 years. During that time, he rarely missed a meeting. Bill was one of those continuous presences. Like a big old oak tree, solid and firmly rooted in fundamental values of honesty and integrity, he always stood his ground, and you always knew where he stood. I first met Bill about 65 years ago when he was one of the coaches of the YMCA youth football and basketball leagues. I was nine or ten at the time, and he was in his 20s. He was a strapping big man with the physique – I thought – of a Hollywood movie star. He worked in the family business, the Haddon Ice and Coal Company. The business had been started by Bill’s grandfather in the early 1900s. It began simply as a business that made, stored and delivered ice. Over time, coal delivery was added and with the advent of improved refrigeration and frozen food, the business expanded into a major deep-freeze operation. It occupied the area where One Centennial Square is now. The brick building – now offices – that stands on Redman Avenue at Veterans Lane (nee Turnley Avenue) was the family home. The house was dwarfed by a big refrigerated warehouse and ice plant that was located just behind it. In the late 1960s, the plant and warehouse were demolished, and the office building was built in their place. Where the One Centennial parking lot now is, there used to be a three spur railroad siding. One of the spurs was an elevated track on concrete support beams. Hopper cars that had bottomopening doors would pour their coal down into bins underneath where it would be stored till delivery. There were also several big tanks on the property that held home-heating oil. On another spur next to the plant would be refrigerator cars that brought in sides of beef and other bulk frozen items that would be stored in the deep freeze until they were needed by companies like Campbell Soup or one of the more than a dozen smaller food processors that were then located in the area. The company also maintained individual food lockers where local residents could store items. I remember that a lot of the deer hunters had lockers and would freeze meat from the deer they shot each fall so their families could have venison year round. I have vivid memories of Bill working in shirt sleeves on the loading dock of the ice house pulling out 300lb blocks of ice and tossing them into the backs of big ice trucks. He did it like they had no weight at all. In the days just after WWII, only about half the houses in town had

mechanical refrigerators; the rest had ice boxes. Local businesses also needed lots of ice too. The ice man would make the rounds twice a week in the winter and three times in the summer, carrying a 50 or 100lb block of ice into the house and putting it in the top compartment of the ice box where it kept our food cold as it melted, the melt water draining through a tube that led outside. The Leyendeckers also operated a fleet of coal and oil delivery trucks. This fleet served the heating needs of home owners and businesses from Delaware Township to Medford, across to Berlin and all the area in between. The ice, coal, and heating oil all came from Bill’s family. The Ice and Coal Company was one of the biggest and most important businesses in town, and it was run with a level of integrity and honesty that was noteworthy. After the death of their father, Herman (twice a Rotary president), Bill and his brother Pete ran the business. The ice plant operated seven days a week, and a member of the family had to always be there in case of an emergency. If the refrigeration equipment was down for any length of time, there was danger of the food stored there spoiling, so they had to be vigilant. I remember Bill saying some years ago that he had felt sad, but relieved, when the family sold the business; sad, because it was the end of an era; relieved, because he and his wife June were freed up to live a less-restricted life. Across the years, I have heard several other friends who were the sons of local 24-7 operations like dairy farms express similar feelings. In recent years, even though he still went to the gym and worked out regularly, Bill slowed down a lot. As he did, he fashioned himself into something of a curmudgeon, I suspect out of frustration with his aging body. He stayed faithful to Rotary to the end though, coming to meetings each week when it was obviously very painful for him to get around. When I remember Bill, it won’t be of his last years. It will always be of the big YMCA leader with rippling muscles in shorts and a tee-shirt at 9am on a crisp fall Saturday happily giving lessons in blocking and tackling to a bunch of us nine and ten-year-olds as we tried to get used to the feel of our first football pads and helmets. He loved sports and physical activity, and he was a solid and positive role model for this community’s youth ... back in the day. More importantly though, he was a trustworthy, well-respected contributor to our community and a committed Rotarian across his entire career. Evidence of that commitment can be found in the family’s request that memorial contributions be made in Bill’s name to the Club. Bill’s passing truly marks the end of an era.

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Business & professional Directory ACCOUNTANTS 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 HORTICULTURIST 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 BRYAN ALLEN Guitar instruction and performance. 609 605-2411 KATHLEEN MAYES Lessons and performance on guitar and lute. 856 858-8902 HOWARD SESHENS Music lessons in your home. Longtime experienced music teacher. All band instruments taught 856-429-8854 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

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 DYNAMIC LANGUAGE CENTER, HADDONFIELD Foreign language lessons, oneon-one or in a group setting. Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, French, Italian, German, and more! Coaching for SAT, GMAT, GRE, MCAT and other standardized testing. 848-333-6997 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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Notices & Classified ads YaRd SalES foR RENT


administrative assistant


Full-time. Must be detail-oriented, and have good communication and computer skills (including Excel and QuickBooks). Social media experience a plus. Send resumes to maryann@ifchaddons. org.



Ocean City, NJ

28th and Asbury Ave 3-Bedroom, 2-bath, tags, wireless, all amenities. Available weeks: Jun 22 $ 1500 Jul 20 $ 2000 Jul 27 $ 2000 Aug 3 $ 2000 Aug 10 $ 2000 Aug 17 $ 2000 Please, no smoking/no pets.


Sat Jun 15 – 756 Mount Vernon Ave, Haddonfield. 9am to 1pm. Household and decorative items, furniture, toys, clothes, electronics, TV, costume jewelry, books, DVD’s, more. Sat Jun 15 – 480 Euclid Ave W, Haddonfield. 7am. Old signs, antiques, collectibles, glassware, silver, paintings, frames, vases, and more. Rain: Jun 22. Sat Jun 15 – 703 Crystal Lake Ave, Haddon Township. 9am to 1pm. Furniture, household items, and clothes.

alumni alert!

 Attention Haddonfield Memorial High School graduates: Whether you danced to the hits of Perry Como or the Beach Boys, a reunion may be in the works for you! • Class of ’49 – A 64th reunion is scheduled for the evening of Tue Oct 1 at the Grand Hotel in Cape May NJ. Call Hollis Rulon at 234-2065 for details. • Class of ’53 – A 60th reunion is scheduled for the afternoon of Fri Oct 11 and evening of Sat Oct 12 at various Haddonfield-area locations. E-mail Joan Heller at for details. • Class of ’63 – A 50th reunion is being planned for Fri Oct 11 thru Sun Oct 13. Festivities will take place at the Double Tree Suites in Mt Laurel. Contact Henry Ryder at 589-3270 for information. YaRd SalE adS



Get Results!

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!

Just $25 for 25 words (more or less). By e-mail: By fax: 856-428-7695 By phone: 856-428-3399 Ask for Barbara. Visa MasterCard Checks Cash

Gift giving?

 Kingsway Learning Center has been serving students with multiple learning and developmental challenges for 46 years. To make a taxdeductible donation, send a check payable to Kingsway Learning Center, 144 Kings Hwy W, Haddonfield. 428-8108

Thinking of selling your home?

What are you waiting for? The market is HoT! advertise it HERE! Call 856-428-3399 NoW!


Book nook

 The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield’s Books and Breakfast at The Bistro continues! On Fri Jun 21, at 10am, the group will discuss Caleb’s Crossing by Geraldine Brooks. The Bistro at Haddonfield is located at 57 Kings Hwy E. For details, call Sandra at 429-7540.

at the tavern...  On Independence Day, Thu Jul 4, beginning at 9:30am, an interpreter will read the Declaration of Independence on the steps of the Indian King Tavern Museum (233 Kings Hwy E). An Open House event will follow the 4th of July parade. 429-6792

Visit history

› Open House events will be held at the Haddonfield Baptist Cemetery on Fri Aug 16 and Sat Aug 17, from 10am to 2pm, daily. Visitors will be encouraged to walk through the cemetery, aided by maps, and identify historical markers.

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dollars for musical scholars

 Contributing to the Haddonfield Memorial High School Class of 1956 Scholarship Fund for Further Education in Music is a great way remember a friend, a classmate, or a loved one. Recently, graduating senior Dan Repsik was awarded the scholarship. Repsik is the sixth recipient of this music scholarship, which began in 2007 following the 50th reunion of the HMHS Class of 1956. Contributions to the fund should be made payable to the “HMHS Scholarship Fund, Class of 1956,” HMHS, Attn: Carol Barbano, 401 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield.

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live the dream, be a hero

 Do you remember the excitement you felt as a child when you saw a fire engine scream down the street with its flashing lights and sirens? Do you enjoy seeing the smiles and admiration on your kids’ faces each time they see a firefighter? Here’s your chance to live out a childhood dream and be the firefighter on the other side of those smiles. The members of Haddon Fire Co. No. 1 are actively recruiting men and women to join their ranks as a volunteer firefighters. To learn more e-mail

attention: advertisers!

What’s on gives you the colors of summer – for free! If you run the same ad – 4 units* or larger – in all four issues of What’s on: The Summer (June 28, July 12, July 26, and August 9), we’ll give you color in all four ads for FREE! Value: $240 to $400, depending on the size of the ad.

Summer under the big top

 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, 9am to 12n, daily. Children in 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

ad deadline: Wednesday, June 19 Call 856-428-3399 or e-mail

*For smaller ads (2 units and 3-units) in color or black-and white, ask about our “Buy 3, Get 1 FREE!” deal.

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Take center stage

we specialize in removing Your old Knob & Tube!

 Kids can take the stage this summer during Plays & Players’ StageKidz Summer Camp. A three-week camp (Mon Jul 8 thru Fri Jul 26) and a six-week camp (Mon Jul 8 thru Fri Aug 16) will be offered for aspiring thespians ages eight thru 15. Stage Teenies (one-week themed camps) will be available for little ones ages four thru seven. Campers will be exposed to various elements of the theatre including acting, singing, dancing, set design, costume design, and technical production. Children will learn from certified teachers and professional performers. Spots are limited so register now! For more information or to register, visit

Eagle-Eye Ministries offers services Thomas m. Gabriel, Jr., owner

(856) 520-3475 License # 34EI01744200

433 Virginia Avenue, Collingswood

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 Eagle-Eye Ministries sponsors worship services at the Haddon Fortnightly Grove Street and Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield) on Sundays at 10:30am. The congregation welcomes “people of every race, nationality and color who love Jesus Christ or who are open to learning.” Eagle-Eye Ministries strives to provide a warm, friendly atmosphere in which people are permitted to dress in a manner that is comfortable to them – while remaining respectful to others (jeans are permitted). During services, the “uncompromised word of God” is preached using modern technology. The ministry sponsors a SuperChurch for children, but there is no nursery program. A biweekly women’s Bible study program is offered. It is anticipated that a men’s Bible Study will be offered in the New Year. For more information, visit 393-1717


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Smart, confident, highachieving, self-motivated learners who want an excellent middle School education. Several scholarships are available for new middle School students (Grades 5 thru 8) at Haddonfield Friends School. Call for details: 856-429-6786

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