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The mobile-friendly, four-weekly, community calendar for Haddonfield NJ • March 5 to April 2, 2021 • #091

Haunted Haddonfield Volume II: Page 11


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and businesses every four

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• Calendar: March* 20, 21

• Cover Story 11

• The Last Word 38

• Links to Recent Issues 37

• Masthead, Notices 34

• Pandemic 2020-21 24

• What’s On the Market 18, 21

• What’s Off ... 8, 14, 27

• The Word on the Street 3

• The Yellow Pages 39

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EASTER

SUNDAY

APRIL 4

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6:37am

SUNRISE SERVICE

AT THE CROSS

Haddonfield Baptist Cemetery

402 Kings Highway East

(across from the High School)

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11am

SERVICE OF CELEBRATION

with Instrumental Music

of the Resurrection

The Rev. Erin Phillips

IN PERSON

First Baptist Church Sanctuary

124 Kings Highway East

LIVESTREAMED

Online:

firstbaptisthaddonfield.org

On Facebook:

First Baptist Church

Of Haddonfield

Please Note:

MASKS REQUIRED

AT BOTH SERVICES

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

OF HADDONFIELD

124 Kings Highway East

Because He Lives...

Celebrate this Easter

Photo: Melissa Bergstrom


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The Word on the Street

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The Historical Society will

launch volume two of Bill

Meehan’s Haunted Haddonfield

on Tuesday, March 16.

Would you buy a house

or stay in a bed-and-breakfast

that’s reputed to be haunted?

Haddonfield’s BILL

BRACKEN: “Without

hesitation! I’ve

never encountered

the supernatural,

but I wouldn’t

mind having the

experience.” Bill says

it would answer a

lot of questions. “I’m

really interested in

that kind of stuff.”

NICK STAFFIERI,

of Clayton, loves

“hair-on-the-backof-the-neck”

movies,

and would “most

definitely” stay in a

haunted B&B. “I’m

not sure I’d buy a

haunted house,

however,” he says.

MARYELLEN

DeMILLE of Maple

Shade took a Girl

Scout troop on a

Haunted Halloween

tour of the old

Moorestown jail.

“Some of the girls

freaked out, but I

don’t scare easily.”

Haddonfield’s TODD

WHELAN wouldn’t

have a problem

buying a house with

a reputation, “partly

because I don’t

believe in ghosts

and partly because it

might be available

at a discount.”

JILL HOUCK of

Barrington says “No

way!” As a young

girl, Jill had a friend

who said her house

was haunted. “She

told stories about

things getting

broken and moved

around. I believed

her then, and think I

still do now.”

“Scaredy-cat“

MEG WARD of

Haddonfield: “Buy

a haunted house?

Absolutely not!

I’m not interested

in having a

transcendental

experience. I suspect

spirits are real, but

I have no desire to

find out first-hand.”


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Library hours

Inside? Curbside?

• Mon, Wed, Fri: Inside

service 10am to 6pm. No

curbside service.

• Tue, Thu: Curbside

service 10am to 12n.

Inside service 12n to

8pm.

• sat: Curbside

service 10am to 2pm.

Inside service (by

appointment) 10am to

2pm. Closed Sunday.

One easy way to get involved

Looking to learn more about the Haddonfield

community, or for ways to get involved? The Civic

Association offers newcomers and old-timers alike a

number of ways to learn and participate.

A good place to start is the monthly meeting, held

virtually right now, each third Wednesday at 7pm.

To connect, send a message to president Joe

Levine via the contact page on the website:

HaddonfieldCivic.com n.

In addition to hosting an annual Town Dinner,

the Association sponsors the Alfred E. Driscoll

Community Service Award, several awards for

students, and election candidate forums.

Serving South Jersey Since 1976

GREAT TIMES DAY CAMP

GREAT TIMES DAY CAMP

The COMPLETE SUMMER EXPERIENCE

for your child, age 3 thru 15 years old.

Link to

CIVIC ASSN

.

Come to an

OPEN HOUSE!

Sun, March 14

Sun, April 25

• Door-to-door transportation

• Free hot lunch and snacks

• Daily swim lessons in our

2 in-ground pools

• Horsemanship at no extra charge

• Basketball, baseball, street hockey, tennis, archery

• Soccer, volleyball, kickball, newcomb and more

• Tree house with nature instruction

• Ropes course with zip lines and climbing walls

• Arts-n-crafts, nature, music,

talent shows, cooking

1pm to 3:30pm

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•Bowling •Roller Skating

•Miniature Golf • Zoo

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Link to

KEVIN

ROCHE

WEBSITE

.

Link to

KEVIN

ROCHE

SURVEY

.

Kevin Roche launches election campaign

A corporate investment professional who has lived in Haddonfield since

2013 has filed a petition to be a candidate in the Haddonfield Board of

Commissioners election to be held on Tue May 11.

In a statement released after delivering his petition to the Borough Clerk,

Kevin Roche said he has decided that now is the time to get involved in a

deeper way and approach the issues of Haddonfield with “a fresh perspective.”

Roche said he and his family were drawn to Haddonfield because of its sense

of community, schools, and the diverse activities available for families.

“I love this town,” he said, “and want to do everything I can to ensure that

the decisions made today benefit the town twenty years from now. Living in

Haddonfield has given my family so much, now it is time to pay it forward.”

According to his website – kevinroche.org n – Roche will focus on working

to develop solutions for issues such as housing, open space, and aging

infrastructure.

To ascertain what’s on residents’ minds, Roche has developed a Haddonfield

Priorities Survey that’s accessible from his website, and HERE: bit.ly/2ZxJ09v.

Or scan QR code n at lower left.

He believes he is uniquely qualified to address the financial decisions

that need to be made pertaining to Bancroft as well as finding and creating

alternative revenue opportunities for the Borough.

Roche is founder and CEO of LHT Consultants, which provides creative

financial solutions for families, private businesses, and foundations. He is also a

professor at Drexel University and an advisor to the Drexel University Venture

Capital Club.

He volunteers with the Community Foundation of South Jersey and

Haddonfield Crew. When his son was younger, he was actively involved with

Haddonfield Youth Basketball.


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Reports of boys basketball

games online

Those who follow Haddonfield boys basketball

know there’s no more knowledgeable, or more

devoted, fan of the Dawgs than Lauree Padgett.

And even if challengers were to emerge, they

could not match Lauree’s prolific output of written

reports of individual games and entire seasons,

stretching back decades.

You can read Lauree’s game reports for the

current season on Haddonfield[dot]Today. Search

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INTERFAITH CAREgivers

WELCOMES ITS NEW

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The board of trustees

of Interfaith Caregivers

is delighted to announce

the appointment of

Larissa Willison as the

organization’s new executive

director.

A graduate of the

University of Pennsylvania

and a Haddonfield resident,

Mrs. Willison has been deeply

engaged in community building and fundraising

throughout our region.

Her non-profit leadership experiences at

Habitat for Humanity and the Haddonfield

Educational Trust provide a solid foundation for

the work she will lead at Interfaith Caregivers.

In welcoming Larissa Willison, Interfaith

Caregivers’ president Judith Wilson said that

although the search committee interviewed

many well-qualified candidates, they were “most

impressed by Mrs. Willison’s strategic thinking,

ability to build networks of support, and deep level

of care for Interfaith Cargivers’ mission.”

Interfaith Caregivers helps seniors in our community maintain

their independence by providing free services to medical

appointments, grocery stores, senior centers and more.

We are a nonsectarian, nonprofit organization supported by

charitable donations. Our volunteers serve clients who live

in Haddonfield and Haddon Heights, in addition to members

of churches in Haddonfield and Haddon Heights who live in

contiguous communities (Audubon, Barrington, Bellmawr,

Cherry Hill, Haddon Township, Lawnside, Mt. Ephraim).

PO Box 186, Haddonfield NJ 08033

856-354-0298 • www.ifchaddons.org

Haddonfield

goes Irish

Why celebrate St.

Paddy’s Day for one day,

when you can celebrate

for five? Haddonfield’s

five-day celebration –

Paddy Bash – will kick

off on Wed Mar 17 and

run through Sun Mar 21.

The reason for having

the event over five

days is more than an

excuse to extend the

celebration. The hope is

to spread the crowd out

over five days to help

with social distancing

and, of course, to

drive more traffic to

Downtown Haddonfield.

The idea originated

with Ian Whitfield,

owner of The British

Chip Shop, who was

partly inspired by the

multi-day celebration

of Oktoberfest at King’s

Road Brewery in the fall.

Ian chatted with Bob

Hochgertel, co-owner of

the brewery, and Paddy

Bash was born.

Other participants

in Paddy Bash include:

Denim BYOB, English

Gardener Gift Shop,

Mecha Chocolate, Pizza

Crime, TAL32 Bespoke

Confectionery.

They, and others

being added daily, will

be offering special Irish

products, deals and

meals throughout the

week, including gifts

and books, food and

beverage to-go options,

in-house dining options

and more.

Tickets for the Bash

are not required,

although some

restaurants may require

reservations.

Visit opensouthjersey.

com/paddybash – bit.ly/

3sQmDIZ – for additional

details and updates n.


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Address Seller Buyer Price

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315 Bradshaw Avenue Francis O Lunsford Daniel R Moadel & L E Robinson $ 800,000

611 Cedar Avenue William M & Fe B Wright Timothy M & Vanessa Sowinski $ 450,000

631 Clinton Avenue Patrick J & Jean C Shea Michael P & Allison Shea $ 1,125,000

314 Evans Avenue Elizabeth Austin Kraft Trustee Nicholas & Michelle DeSimone $ 875,000

123 Kings Highway E FMF Enterprises LLC Falasca Holding Co LLC $ 800,000

322 Lakeview Avenue Addison Quinn Development LLC Christopher & Karen Gilligan $ 846,000

403 Linden Avenue William & Denise Funke Jonathan Ryan & Julie Fuchs $ 507,000

19-21 Potter Street Amy K Shaw Kelly Jean Hager $ 465,000

119 Prospect Road Patricia Oberholzer Lawrence Patrick & Laine A Rosa $ 624,900

522 Redman Avenue Silver Lining Properties LLC Michael Griffin & V Giannetto $ 515,000

408 E. Summit Avenue Anthony J Sanzio & Amy L Wilson John F X Fenerty Jr & N Grassi $ 725,000

520 West End Avenue Matthew T & Olivia Bealor Christina H & Timothy J Carroll $ 635,000

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Rotary grants

For more than 20

years, the Rotary Club of

Haddonfield Foundation

has supported charitable

projects to promote

health and peace,

advance education and

literacy, and alleviate

poverty and hunger

– locally, regionally, and

internationally.

The foundation is now

accepting applications

from 501(c)(3) nonprofit

organizations for its 2021

grant program.

It has supported

local nonprofits such as

the Historical Society,

Haddonfield Outdoor

Sculpture Trust,

Interfaith Caregivers,

and the Garden Club (for

a Blue Star Marker).

Regional nonprofits

that have received

grants include

Cathedral Kitchen,

Neighborhood Center,

Urban Promise, and

Boy Scouts of America.

Internationally, the

Rotary Club’s foundation

has supported Feed

My Starving Children,

installed a well at a

school in Ghana, and

partially funded projects

in Rwanda, Kenya,

Ethiopia, Uganda and

Malawi.

Applications for the

2021 grant program are

being accepted now. The

deadline is Thu apr 15;

grants will be awarded in

June.

For information about

eligibility requirements

and areas of priorities,

and to download the

application form, visit

the Rotary Club of

Haddonfield’s website:

haddonfieldrotary.org.

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The wonders

of watercolor

Ready to get creative

this winter while

learning the basics

of watercolor? If so,

perhaps the Markeim Art

Center’s painting-packed

two-hour beginners’

workshop – Wonders of

Watercolor – is for you!

Under the guidance

and expertise of Sharon

Ann Smith, you will learn

and practice watercolor

techniques, styles, and

color mixing in an easy,

step-by-step process.

You will apply your

new skills to creating

a 9” x 12” watercolor

illustration of your own

to take home.

This workshop is

recommended for adults,

but participants 13+ are

welcome. (Participants

under age 13 must be

accompanied by an adult

taking the workshop.)

The workshop will

be held on Thu apr 8

from 6 to 8pm. The fee

is $75 ($65 for Markeim

members). Supplies are

included. Additional

watercolor kits will

be available for $20

– perfect for practicing

your newly learned skills

at home.

To ensure the safety

of all Markeim staff

and visitors, physical

distancing and masks

will be required

throughout the duration

of the workshop. To

comply with NJ state

guidelines, registration

will be limited to ten

participants.

To register, go HERE:

bit.ly/30rYBbn, or scan

the QR code n in the

margin.

Historical Society of Haddonfield

We invite you to attend our annual

Candlelight Dinner

VIRTUALLY ... on ZOOM!

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Guest Speaker:

KRISTEN BEALES PhD

“Elizabeth Haddon

and the South Sea

Bubble.” TRUE FACT:

John and Elizabeth Estaugh

were embroiled in the

international financial

panic of 1720. Hear all

about the decades-long

scandal that followed!

PROGRAM ONLY

$25 for 1 person. $50 per household. 7 to 8pm.

PRE-EVENT COCKTAILS + PROGRAM

$100 per household. 6:30 to 8pm.

SILVER SPONSOR

$300 (includes up to 2 dinners). 6:30 to 8pm.

OPTIONAL THREE-COURSE DINNER

from VALENTE’S CUCINA – Delivered!

$50 for first dinner. $45 for each additional.

DELIVERED FREE to Haddonfield addresses.

Order by Wednesday, March 24 at 6pm.

For full details – including Silver Sponsor info

– and to purchase tickets and order dinners,

visit haddonfieldhistory.org/

2021-candlelight-dinner-order-form/

Questions? Email info@haddonfieldhistory.org

or call 856-429-7375

Buy tickets

on your

smartphone for

CANDLELIGHT

DINNER. Scan

the QR code:

.

Register

on your

smartphone for

WONDERS OF

WATERCOLOR.

.


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Link to

ORDER

BOOK

.

Link to

REGISTER

ON ZOOM

.

They’re back: Ghost stories!

Bill Meehan began collecting additional stories of hauntings and eerie events

almost as soon as his book Haunted Haddonfield was published in 2002. People

who attended his annual Halloween tours would often linger, to share their

own stores with him. Others would call. Bill investigated a number of those

stories over the years, and finally had enough for a second volume, which the

Historical Society will launch, virtually via Zoom, on Tue Mar 16 at 7pm.

From now until the event, Haunted Haddonfield Volume II can be purchased

for the discounted price of $15 HERE: bit.ly/3kLnmZf, or scan the QR code n.

The book launch event is free, but donations are always welcome. Register

for the Zoom event through Eventbrite, HERE: bit.ly/38aPekt, or scan the QR

code n.

The Society will send the link and brief instructions by the day of the event.

Questions: info@haddonfieldhistory.org or 856-429-7375.

Link to

TALL PINES

DAY CAMP

.


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Register for

MARKEIM

PHOTO

WALK

.

With great sadness we mark the passing,

on February 13, 2021 – at age 59 – of

Henry D. Bean III

a devoted member of the

Rotary Club of Haddonfield for nearly 30 years.

When installing Skip as our Club’s president for

2017-18, District Governor Tom Fletcher said:

“The Bean family has very deep roots in

Haddonfield and very deep roots in Rotary.

The insurance agency that Henry D. Bean

established in 1932 is still a family business today.

Henry Bean became a member of the Rotary Club

of Haddonfield in 1942 and served as the club’s

president in 1943. His son, Henry Jr., was this

club’s president exactly fifty years later, in 1993.

Tonight, the third generation will continue the

Bean family tradition of leadership and service.”

Skip was the only member ever admitted while

his father and grandfather were also members

of the club. Like them, he lived the Rotary motto,

Service Above Self. He was a Paul Harris Fellow

and served as a trustee of the Rotary Club of

Haddonfield Foundation. In our community, Skip

was a longtime member of the First Presbyterian

Church and of Haddon Fire Company No. 1.

We will miss him ... a lot.

Rotary Club of Haddonfield

www.HaddonfieldRotary.org

LLC

Calling

photographers!

Taking your photos

to the next level is

easier than you may

think. Find out how,

when documentarystyle

photographer and

freelance photojournalist

Debbie Troy hosts a

Downtown Haddonfield

Photo Walk on sun Mar

7, sponsored by the

Markeim Arts Center.

During this workshop,

which will take place

from 2:30 to 4pm (or

so), participants age

15 and older will learn

how to make images

more compelling by

applying some simple

composition techniques.

The hands-on workshop

will show you how to

think like a pro while

capturing the beauty of

downtown Haddonfield.

(Note: This is not a

technical course about

camera settings, so all

levels are welcome.)

The photo walk will

begin with a sweet treat

(courtesy of Lindsey

Watson McCarthy

of Weichert Realty,

made by Sweet T’s

Bakeshop) outdoors

at the Markeim, and

will end with a sweet

surprise in downtown

Haddonfield (courtesy of

Duffy’s Fine Chocolates).

Additionally, one lucky

guest will win an item

from Haddonfield

General.

Wear a mask,

warm clothing, and

comfortable shoes.

Space is limited to ten

registrants and physical

distancing will be

maintained.

The fee is $45 ($35 for

Markeim members). To

register, scan the QR n or

go HERE: bit.ly/3e58G5Y.


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Address Seller Buyer Price

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145 Glenwood Road Jeffrey E & Jane R Nugent Matt D & Sadie Slootsky $ 940,000

283 Lake Street Liv McMullen Carter Borough of Haddonfield $ 190,000

400 Linden Avenue Zemi Realty Co Inc Anthony M & Jennifer Parlante $ 625,000

827 Longwood Drive Cheryl A Van Sciver Patrick R Halford & M J Mejia $ 669,000

128 Marne Avenue Estate of Russell C Worrell Juan C & Aime M Rodrigues $ 520,000

326 Springfield Terrace Ellen M & Joseph P Trombetta Matthew Dobitsch & A Walter $ 467,000

125 Veterans Lane Brooks Wesley Co LLC Haddonfield Home Developers $ 485,000

14 Washington Avenue Estates of Norman E & R P Stuessy T H Fitzpatrick & T Pidgeon $ 471,000

213 Washington Avenue Thomas M & Maureen A Dodson Anthony & Andrea Yi $ 865,000

1117 Washington Avenue Judith A Bitonti Michael & Erika Bertoia $ 825,750

250 Wayne Avenue Christopher & Melissa Reynolds D C Barbieri & C M Sebastiani $ 435,000

210 Westmont Avenue Timothy Sheehan & S O’Malley Emilia Flores & Anna Rabinowitz $ 860,000

Tennis for

juniors!

The Haddonfield

Tennis Association will

conduct two six-week

tennis programs for

juniors (ages 6 to 13)

– two locations and two

days of the week.

• Tavistock Hills Swim

Club, beginning on Tue

Mar 23. Ages 6 to 9 –

3:45 to 4:45pm. Ages 10

to 13 – 4:45 to 5:45pm.

• Centennial Tennis

Courts, beginning on Sun

Mar 28. Ages 6 to 9 – 3 to

4pm; Ages 10 to 13 – 4 to

5pm.

The fee is $70.

Early registration is

encouraged, as space is

limited.

The program is

directed by Mitch

Winkler, tennis director

for the Association for

over 15 years, and coach

of the Bishop Eustace

girls tennis team for six

years. In 2015, Mitch

led Bishop Eustace to

the SJ Non-Public A

Sectional Championship,

becoming the only high

school girls’ coach

in SJ history to win a

sectional championship

at two different schools.

For additional

information, contact

Mitch at 856-428-8541 or

mwinkler5@verizon.net.

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C’LIGHT

DINNER

TICKETS

.

Candlelight Dinner: “South Sea” scandal stories

The Historical Society is inviting all who are interested to participate in its

annual Candlelight Dinner on Wed Mar 31. For the second year, the dinner

portion will be at home – but with a new twist this year – and the program will

be virtual, via Zoom.

The twist is the availability of a three-course dinner from Valente’s Cucina,

delivered free on the afternoon of the event to dinner-level participants who

live in Haddonfield, and available for pick-up (in Kings Court) by others.

The program, to be presented by Kristen Beales PhD, is titled “Elizabeth

Haddon Estaugh and the South Sea Bubble.” Scheduled for 7 to 8pm, it will

cover Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh’s involvement in one of the world’s first major

international financial panics: the South Sea Bubble of 1720.

Believe it or not, Elizabeth Estaugh and her husband, John, were embroiled

in a decades-long scandal within the transatlantic Quaker community that

followed the collapse of the South Sea Company. Elizabeth’s work to defend her

husband after his death in 1742 illuminates the role that women and religion

played in early modern finance.

Participation options are:

• Program only – $25 for 1 person. $50 per household. 7 to 8pm.

• Pre-Event Cocktail Discussion with Kristen Beales, plus Program – $100 per

household. 6:30 to 8pm.

• Three-Course Dinner – $50 for first dinner; $45 for each additional. Delivered

free to Haddonfield addresses; or pick up. Order by Wed Mar 24 at 6pm.

• Silver Sponsor – $300 (includes pre-event Cocktail Discussion with Kristen

Beales, up to two dinners, and program). 6:30 to 8pm.

For full details – including Silver Sponsor info – and to purchase tickets and

order dinners, go HERE: bit.ly/2OeQ0pp, or scan the QR Code n.

Questions? Email info@haddonfieldhistory.org or call 856-429-7375.

The Historical Society will send the Zoom link a few days before the event,

along with brief instructions.

4 Born and raised in Haddonfield

4 HMHS Class of 2000

4 Bucknell, Economics Major

LET’S GO,

HADDONFIELD!

4 Married, with three young children

4 Member, Haddonfield Lions Club

4 President, Haddonfield Educational Trust

4 Board member, Partnership for Haddonfield

4 Board member, Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust

4 Principal, Haddonfield Financial Planning

4 Residential and commercial property owner and taxpayer

adam

Link to

ADAM PUFF

WEBSITE

.

PUFF

AdamPuff.com

/AdamPuff2021

Paid for by PUFF FOR COMMISSIONER 24 Washington Avenue, Haddonfield NJ 08033

/AdamPuff2021


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ANGUISHED ABOUT ANNUITIES?

uNSURE ABOUT INsurANCE?

ASK US FOR ANSWERS!

Sinclair Associates LLC CPA

101 Windsor Ave, Haddonfield

sinclair@1040.pro – 856 354-2266

Christopher M. Sinclair

IN LOVING MEMORY

HENDRIX

FREEDMAN

May 25, 2000

February 10, 2021

Funny, beloved son

and big brother

to Lincoln and

Phoebe.

Haddonfield

student from

kindergarten

through

graduation.

To help pay proper tribute to

this truly one-of-a-kind person:

GoFundMe.com/f/hendrixfreedman

bit.ly/3b5BrgT

Contributions will fund a

commemorative shade tree

downtown, and educational

donations to J.F. Tatem School.


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Connect with

MARK RUSC

WEBSITE

.

Mark Rusc forms campaign committee

A ten-year resident who serves as chair of the Historic Preservation

Commission filed forms with the NJ Election Law Enforcement Commission on

Wed Feb 10, documenting the formation of a campaign committee for the Board

of Commissioners election on Tue May 11.

Mark Rusc grew up in New Jersey, joined the US Navy, was given the

opportunity to earn a BS/MS in Electrical Engineering and attend the Naval

Nuclear Power Program, one of the Navy’s most prestigious programs.

“My Navy carrier taught me many life lessons, which I try to employ every

day,” Rusc says. His career was cut short, however, when he was disabled. He

transitioned to working for various defense contractors as a design engineer,

program manager, and finally an executive. He then seized the opportunity to

start his own engineering and consulting firm. He has supported, and led, many

large projects for the US Government, other governments, and a number of

large corporations.

“I believe Haddonfield is at a crucial time where decisions being made now

will have long-term effects on our community, its character, and charm,” Rusc

said. “I’m running for commissioner because I believe these upcoming

decisions need to be made in the most transparent, and fully analyzed manner

possible.”

“We should encourage, and be open to utilizing, all the talent that our

borough residents have to offer. I wholeheartedly believe that we can make

better decisions together, and I hope the voters of Haddonfield will give me

the chance to work with them in doing our part to ensure we make the best

decisions for Haddonfield’s future.

Mark Rusc and his wife Kristy became Haddonfield residents in 2011. Their

three children attend Central Elementary and the Middle School.

His campaign website is at voterusc.com n.


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Lisa Wolschina

HMHS 1989

856-261-5202

Amy Crutchfield

HMHS 1994

856-816-0051

James Falvey

609-707-5055

Jessica Keenan

908-358-7649

Kate Nicastro

HMHS 1998

856-577-2424

Lisa Clarke

610-662-4440

David Gottardi

HMHS 1987

856-465-7536

Caty Karns

727-434-3430

James Lacy

HMHS 1992

856-745-6944

Barbara Quinn

609-500-1922

Our Agents

are Listing

and Selling!

RECENT LOCAL SALES

231 Ardmore Ave, Haddonfield $ 525,000

320 Carriage House Ln, H’field $ 732,000

440 W Euclid Ave, Haddonfield $ 830,000

107 Fowler Ave, Haddonfield $ 385,000

33 Heritage Rd, Haddonfield $ 1,050,000

11 S Hinchman Ave, Haddonfield $ 935,000

201 W Mt Vernon Ave, Haddonfield $ 965,000

530 Narberth Ave, Haddonfield $ 530,000

406 Peyton Ave, Haddonfield $ 473,900

369 Station Ave, Haddonfield $ 1,300,000

413 E Summit Ave, Haddonfield $ 759,000

303 Warwick Rd, Haddonfield $ 957,000

131 Wayne Ave, Haddonfield $ 645,000

RECENT LOCAL RENTALS

282 Lake St, Haddonfield $ 2,400

117 W Summit Ave, Haddonfield $ 1,950

RECENT SALES IN THE REGION

711 Dover St, Cherry Hill $ 308,000

123 N Woodstock Dr, Cherry Hill $ 335,000

156 New Jersey Ave, Collingswood $ 448,000

226 Harding Ave, Haddon Twp $ 575,000

48 Grand Banks Cir, Marlton $ 380,000

47 Clifford Ct, Mount Laurel $ 360,000

102 Franklin Dr, Mullica Hill $ 275,000

26 Merryton St, Voorhees $ 305,000

505 Strawbridge Ave, Westmont $ 267,500

PENDING SALES IN HADDONFIELD

131 Colonial Ave, Haddonfield $ 275,000

537 Grove St, Haddonfield $ 710,000

407 Ivywood Avenue, Haddonfield $ 425,000

582 Jobel Dr, Haddonfield $ 1,499,900

263 Kings Hwy W, Haddonfield $ 439,900

115 The Mews, Haddonfield $ 579,000

421 Overhill Rd, Haddonfield $ 879,000

361 Station Ave, Haddonfield $ 1,195,000

PENDING SALES IN THE REGION

406 Prince St, Bordentown $ 189,900

516 Mackin Dr, Cherry Hill $ 239,000

356 Shady Ln, Marlton $ 219,900

28 Narberth Pl, Southampton $ 187,500

Other brokers and agents participated

in some of these transactions.


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Looking to Buy?

UNDER CONTRACT IN ONE DAY!

408 Wellington Avenue $489,000

4 beds, 2 baths

OPEN HOUSE: SAT MAR 6, 1 to 3

674 Pomona Avenue $2,300,000

4 beds, 3+2 baths

210 Jefferson Avenue $719,000

4 beds, 2+1 baths

34 Warwick Road $649,000

4 beds, 2+1 baths

73 Centre Street $889,900

5 beds, 3 baths

Jeanne “Lisa” Wolschina

Cell: 856-261-5202 (preferred)

NJ Association of Realtors’ Platinum Award

2013-2020

125 North Dr $625,000

3 beds, 2 baths

WELCOME HOME

REALTY

224 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield NJ

856-874-8980 direct • Also in Ocean City NJ

Properties are in Haddonfield,

unless noted otherwise.


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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednes

haddonfield today

News

Events

Information

& More

Updated Daily

07 08 09

RESTAURANT

10

WEEK thru Mar 14

Markeim Photo Walk d 2 30

DEADLINE Commission Election

Nominating Petitions /BH 4

Library Indoor 10-6

American Legion Post 38 /V 7 30

Library Mini Clay Food Kit

Library Little Listeners /V 8

Library Curb 10-12 Inside 12-8

Commission /V 7 30

Library dIY Crysta

Library Indoor 1-6

Republican Club /

14

DAYLIGHT SAVING

15

CHIPPER WEEK

16 17

TIME BEGINS

Move clocks forward

Senior Citizens /V 9 15

Library Indoor 10-6

Commission Work Session /V 6 30

Markeim Ceramics /V 6 30

Library dIY Sham

Library Indoor 10

Civic Association /

Municipal Allianc

Historic Preservat

21 22 23 24

Library Indoor 10-6

Library Book Club: An Odyssey:

A Father, a Son, and an Epic /V 7

Library Little Listeners /V 8

Shade tree /V 8

Library Curb 10-12 Inside 12-8

Historical Society Book Launch:

Haunted Haddonfield Vol II /V 7

Library Mystery Book Club:

The Deep Blue Good-by /V 7

Zoning /V 7 30

Library Board /V 8

Library Little Listeners /V 8

Library Curb 10-12 Inside 12-8

tennis Assn Ages 6 to 9 / tH 3 45

Ages 10 to 13 / tH 4 45

Historical Society Book Club:

The Splendid and the Vile / V 7

Commission /V 7 30

Library Make You

Monster

Partnership for H

Library Indoor 10

Environmental /V

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tennis Assn Ages 6 to 9 / CC 3

Ages 10 to 13 / CC 4

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Borough Hall

Centennial tennis Courts

downtown

Library Rainbow Lacing Kit

Library Indoor 10

Library Indoor 10-6

Library Little Listeners /V 8 Historical Society

Markeim Ceramics /V 6 30 Library Curb 10-12 Inside 12-8 dinner / V 7

HS High School

MAC Markeim Arts Center

tH tavistock Hills Swim Club

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Thursday Friday Saturday

04 MAR

05

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Library Middle Grade Mystery

ARC Bags

Library Curb 10-2

Library Indoor 10-6

Inside by appointment 10-2

Markeim Ceramics Couples Night Markeim Ceramics Family Night

/MAC 6 30 to 8 30 or 7 30 to 9 30 /MAC 5 to 7 or 6 to 8

11 12 13

l Snowflakes

V 7

ATRICK’S DAY

DY BASH thru

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rock Mug

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ion /V 7 30

r Own Yarn

addonfield /V 9

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7

30

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Candlelight

Library Toddler Time /V 8

Library Curb 10-12 Inside 12-8

65 Club /V 1 30

Library Guest Speaker:

Toni Farmer /V 7

Library Indoor 10-6

Markeim Ceramics Couples Night

/MAC 6 30 to 8 30 or 7 30 to 9 30

18 19 20

Library DIY Panda Cupcake

Library Toddler Time /V 8

Library Curb 10-12 Inside 12-8

65 Club /V 1 30

Board of Ed /HS 7

Library YA Book Club: One of Us

is Lying /V 7

Human Relations /V 7 30

Library Indoor 10-6

Markeim Ceramics Couples Night

/MAC 6 30 to 8 30 or 7 30 to 9 30

25 26 27

Library Curb 10-2

Inside by appointment 10-2

Markeim Ceramics Family Night

/MAC 5 to 7 or 6 to 8

Library Curb 10-2

Inside by appointment 10-2

Markeim Ceramics Family Night

/MAC 5 to 7 or 6 to 8

Virtual Hallelujah Chorus Upload

Library Curb 10-2

Inside by appointment 10-2

Markeim Ceramics Family Night

/MAC 5 to 7 or 6 to 8

DEADLINE Grace Episcopal

Library Toddler Time /V 8

Library Curb 10-12 Inside 12-8 Library Indoor 10-6

65 Club /V 1 30

Markeim Ceramics Couples Night

Recreation /V 8

/MAC 6 30 to 8 30 or 7 30 to 9 30

01 APR 02

GOOD FRIDAY

03

Haddonfield Today

Library Toddler Time /V 8

Public Schools closed

Library Curb 10-12 Inside 12-8 thru Wed Apr 7

65 Club /V 1 30 Library Indoor 10-6

Library Curb 10-2

Inside by appointment 10-2

ADDITIONS? ERRORS? OMISSIONS?

Please email news@gumnutgroup.com


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Has “Mr. Zillow” seen

the INSIDE of your home?

If not, you shouldn’t trust

what he says it’s worth!

CALL KATE for an EDUCATED

and ACCURATE assessment

of your home’s value in

this unprecedented market.

under

contract*

under

contract

607 Shade Lane, Westmont

$399,000 • *4 HOURS!

277 Lake Street

$350,000 • *36 HOURS!

under

contract

under

contract

1945 Bryn Mawr, H. Hts.

$290,000 • *24 HOURS!

24 Mountwell

$699,000

Kate Master Siedell

NJAR Circle of Excellence 2011-2020

41 S. Haddon Ave, Haddonfield

856-428-2600 • www.foxroach.com

Unless noted otherwise, properties are in Haddonfield.

Zillow is a trademark of Zillow, Inc.

856-616-7040 direct

856-287-4665 cell

kate@HaddonfieldRealtor.com

To see more photos, please visit www.HaddonfieldRealtor.com


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Link to

COLLEEN

BIANCO

BEZICH

WEBSITE

.

Register for

ROBERT

STRAUSS

TALK

.

To My Haddonfield

Neighbors,

I promised in 2019 to lead our community

by example, and to work tirelessly on your

behalf. Despite the devastating impacts of

the COVID-19 pandemic, I believe my record

demonstrates that I did just that.

Some of my accomplishments during my

first 18 months in office have included:

• Developing a new AFFORDABLE

HOUSING policy, utilizing existing housing stock,

• Implementing COMMUNITY OUTREACH

& SAFETY initiatives, including additional patrols,

a safe exchange and increased transparency,

• Creating a micro grant program for our

SMALL BUSINESS community,

• Working with neighboring communities to

secure a STORMWATER PLANNING grant, and

• Assisting our senior residents with obtaining

COVID-19 VACCINATION appointments.

Confronting the challenges of Covid has caused

all of us to reevaluate our priorities and examine

issues with new perspectives. And, importantly, this

pandemic has highlighted the need for committed,

experienced, and compassionate leadership.

There is still much work to be done – but I am

very grateful for the opportunity to have served

our community during this time of hardship, and

incredibly hopeful for what the future holds. For

these reasons, and based upon my record, I hope to

earn your support on May 11th.

Please visit my campaign website to learn more

about me and my commitment to our community:

www.colleenforcommissioner.com

Connect on Facebook: @ColleenforCommissioner

Twitter: @Colleen4Commish

Paid for by the Election Fund of Bezich for Commissioner,

235 Hawthorne Avenue, Haddonfield NJ 08033.

Discuss famous

Founder

Following the

publication in 2016 of

his biography of James

Buchanan – Worst.

President. Ever. –

Haddonfield resident

Robert Strauss began to

delve into the life of John

Marshall.

The result is a new

book – John Marshall:

The Final Founder

– which Strauss will

discuss during a Zoom

meeting hosted by the

Public Library on Tue

Apr 6 at 7pm.

Strauss calls Marshall

the Zelig or the Forrest

Gump of the Founders, in

that he was everywhere.

Marshall was a junior

officer at Valley Forge,

the leader of the House

of Burgesses who got

Virginia to ratify the

Constitution, the point

man in France thwarting

the XYZ Affair, and the

congressman who got

to eulogize Washington

at Independence Hall

(“First in War; First in

Peace.”). He served

as Secretary of State,

advocated the building

of Washington DC over

John Adams’ objections

(he thought the climate

was too hot), and served

as Chief Justice of the

Supreme Court for 34

years, cementing the

nation by forcing the

judiciary up to the status

of the legislative and

executive branches.

To register in advance

for this presentation, go

HERE: bit.ly/30b7HsG, or

scan the QR code n.

After registering,

you will receive a

confirmation email

containing information

about joining the

meeting.


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Pandemic 2020-21

#091 • MARCH 5 TO APRIL 2, 2021

COVID cases in Haddonfield pass 500 mark

The addition on Fri Feb 26 of a male juvenile and a male in his 40s to the list

of Haddonfield residents confirmed to have contracted the novel coronavirus

brought the total locally to 500 persons.

That number represents 43.13 residents per 1,000 of population (2010

Census), or 1 in every 24 residents.

As press time – Thu Mar 4 – the local tally hadrisen to 509: 270 males, 236

females, and 3 of unreported gender.

The tally for Camden County as of Thu Mar 4 was 39,764 cases and 1,068

deaths. Of these totals, 3,628 cases and 466 fatalities were reported by the

county’s 56 long-term care facilities. For New Jersey: 712,585 cases, with

another 90,084 suspected; 21,094 deaths, with an additional 2,397 suspected.

COMPARISONS

March 4, 2021 Cases /1,000* Deaths

____________________________________________

World 115,616,238 16.86 2,569,258

____________________________________________

USA 28,825,427 93.47 520,228

____________________________________________

New Jersey 712,585 81.05 21,094

____________________________________________

Camden Co 39,764 77.41 1,068

____________________________________________

Haddonfield 509 43.91 12

____________________________________________

* Based on 2010 Census

38

1

57

2

52

HADDONFIELD

CASES & DEATHS by MONTH

as of February 28, 2021

61

60

2

3

5

MAR

46

20

Unknown

Female

Male

CASES

8

23

5

10

13 14 7

13 13

4

3

8

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6

7

267 3

504 6 18 22 13 18 11 28 28 84 119 114 43

MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

DEATHS 11

1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2

Female

1 1 1

Male 6 5 See note

opposite.

1 1 1

2 1 2

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#091 • MARCH 5 TO APRIL 2, 2021

HADDONFIELD

CASES & DEATHS by AGE

as of February 28, 2021

Unknown

Female

Male

CASES

DEATHS

Female

Male

Pandemic 2020-21

haddonfield.today | 25

In one year, 12 residents succumb to COVID-19

The death of a female Haddonfield resident in her 70s, reported by the

Camden County Department of Health on Tue Mar 2, brought the total number

of local fatalities attributed to the novel coronavirus in the past 12 months to

12 – six males and six females.

The first fatality, that of a male in his 80s, was reported on Apr 18, 2020.

The age distribution of Haddonfield residents who succumbed is as follows:

• Males: 1 in 50s, 1 in 70s, 1 in 80s, 3 in 90s.

• Females: 1 in 40s, 2 in 70s, 2 in 80s, 1 in 90s.

The total number of cases for Haddonfield, as of Thu Mar 4, stands at

509 — about 1 in 23 residents. The school district has reported 147 cases: 111

children and 36 adults.

In comments reported on Tue Mar 2, County Commissioner Director Louis

Cappelli, Jr. said: “We are deeply saddened to announce the death of 10

additional residents of Camden County due to COVID-19. The victims and their

families are in our thoughts and prayers. With so much news surrounding new

vaccines and expanded eligibility beginning later this month, it bears repeating

how important it is that everyone get the vaccine as soon as they are eligible

and able to. The vaccines are safe, effective, and critical to our ability to move

forward and out of this pandemic.”

6 5 The number of deaths reported in our

1 1

1 1 2 1

February 5 issue – 8 – was incorrect.

3

48

41

29

36

1

51

27

49

1

39

16

35

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15

25

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? <10 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s

11

1 1 2 3 4

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New uses for old trees

The recent demise of two iconic trees may be leading to a new approach to

the disposal of trees that fall or are taken down in Haddonfield.

Parts of a buttonwood tree, planted by Quakers in the early 1700s and taken

down three years ago, are being converted to objects of art and utility. Items

made to date include a table inside King’s Road Brewery and a relief painting

by Hadrosaurus sculptor John Giannotti (on display inside the Public Library).

Limbs from the old black oak on Lake Street that was felled by a wind storm

in June are being kiln-dried, and will be used to make two mission-style tables

for the Public Library – a Rotary Club project.

Rotary members are exploring the potential of an “urban wood” program in

Haddonfield. Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Kevin Riordan wrote about these

initiatives recently, in a story titled “New roots: Haddonfield creates works of

art out of cherished and historic fallen trees.” Read it HERE: bit.ly/3v4jzev n.

Link to

KEVIN

RIORDAN

STORY

.


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Off On the Market

haddonfield.today | 27

Address Seller Buyer Price

______________________________________________________________________________________

322 Ardmore Avenue Michael Joseph Lacroce Brian Dowell & courtney Koos $ 378,400

45 Avondale Avenue Lauren M Brown Michael & Melody Flanagan $ 760,000

328 Avondale Avenue 328 Avondale LLC John Taylor Reid & E M Smith $ 510,000

109 Centre Street Ironbark Properties LLC John C Eastlack III & K M Welsh $ 339,000

116 Chestnut Street Alfred C & Aimee Ludwig Katie & Max Morgan $ 569,000

32 Colonial Avenue Estate of Carol J Smith Amanda & Richard B Hall II $ 375,000

45 Colonial Ridge Drive Stephen & Amanda Barry Tmothy D & Kathleen T Creran $ 710,000

15 W. Cottage Avenue Andrew Cashner & Maya C Wade D J McCann & K MacCready $ 460,000

328 W. Euclid Avenue Elizabeth Albert David R & Paige E Hansberry $ 965,000

200 Grove Street Rejack LLC Michael A Knight $ 385,000

225 Hawthorne Avenue Monica Boyle John A Spinelli & D M Eder $ 469,000

106 Jefferson Avenue Andrea S & Anthony S Yi Christine Lucca $ 787,000

30 Kings Court, Unit 201 Albert Paul & Anne Disdier Jane C Silver $ 515,000

440 Kings Highway E Donald G & Deborah F Mitchell Megan Buentello $ 394,500

434 Lakeview Avenue John J & Barbara Tighe Dustin Lee & Aviva Hufford $ 454,410

600 Maple Avenue Silver Lining Properties LLC Jacqueline Dash & D Affatato $ 975,000

208 Merion Avenue Thomas F & Jane Griffin Monica Boyle $ 725,000

762 Mt. Vernon Avenue Joseph V & Lisa Mirarchi John & Michelle Geaney $ 435,000

501 Overhill Road Christine P Steurer Michael & Alicia Rosman $ 595,000

17 W. Redman Avenue Kelly Builders Inc Angela & Matthew Burke $ 925,000

314 W. Redman Avenue Paul D Bearden & K L Aleksiejuk Jessica Blanton & A Chadwick $ 665,999

139 Rhoads Avenue NJHR3 LLC Haddonfield Home Developers $ 320,000

135 Warwick Road Munir Y & N A Mandviwalla Jason B Thatcher & Monica Birth $ 617,500

846 Wayside Lane Anthony J & Gina Parenti Brian Boisvert & S McBratnie $ 480,000

858 Wayside Lane 858 Wayside LLC David & Elizabeth Quarello $ 777,500

5 Westwood Drive James A & Deborah L Beres John F & Julie G Lamonte $ 660,000

Desperate

to Dance?

Try the Socially

Distant Dance

of the 60s!

Like most other social activities,

Dance Haddonfield is on hiatus.

But we’ll be back, every Sunday night.

In the meantime ...

TRY THE TWIST!

VIDEO:

Arthur Murray

instructors

demonstrate the

Twist – 1961.

DANCE HADDONFIELD


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Discuss a book about the Blitz

The Historical Society’s Book Club will hold its

next virtual discussion on Tue Mar 23 at 7pm.

The book – The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga

of Churchill, Family, and Defiance During the Blitz

– by Erik Larson, is a detailed account of Winston

Churchill’s first year as prime minister of the United

Kingdom, including during the German bombing

campaign known as the Blitz.

All are welcome to join the Zoom discussion, even

those who haven’t finished the book.

To register, email info@haddonfieldhistory.org.

You’ll receive the Zoom link by the day of the chat.

The Chipper!

The Public Works

Department chips limbs

and branches up to a

maximum of six inches

in diameter.

The work is carried

out during the third full

week of each month, Jan

thru Oct.

Mark your calendar for

the weeks of Mon Mar

15 and Mon apr 19.

Design Build Kitchens Additions Renovations

NJ State Builder

# 045720

NJ State Reg

# 13VH005660000

WE NOW OFFER COMPLIMENTARY VIRTUAL

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Are you a vet?

Haddonfield Post 38

of the American Legion

conducts its monthly

general business

meeting virtually, and

welcomes current and

former members of the

Armed Forces who are

Legionnaires or would

qualify for membership.

The next meeting:

Mon Mar 8 at 7:30pm.

Details: 856-429-8644.

Get gardening!

It’s time to get seeds started indoors. To help you

with that task, the Public Library will host an online

presentation by gardening expert Toni Farmer on

Thu Mar 11 at 7pm.

Toni has 30 years’ experience practicing healthy

organic agriculture. She’ll also talk about seed tape,

which helps protect new seeds from birds and from

being washed away by heavy rain.

To register, go HERE: bit.ly/3kJLJXk, or scan the

QR code n.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation

email containing information about joining the

meeting.

Link to

TONI

FARMER

TALK

.

Discover the sheer joy

of wearing a shirt made

just for you.

Custom-made shirts for men, tailored

to fifteen exacting measurements and

fashioned to your distinctive tastes

in color, pattern, and detail.

THINK STYLE!

• Collars fitted to the quarter inch and

proportioned at back and front

• Correct yoke size

• Tapered to the waist

• Cuffs fitted to the wrist

• Sleeves to the half inch

• Monogrammed

• Choice of collar, cuff,

and pocket styles

Our 38th year of presenting the

finest American & European fashions.

207 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield

856-795-5885

Monday, Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday to Saturday: 10 to 3

Custom-Made Shirts

www.RichardBennettClothing.com


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Link to

COLLEEN

BIANCO

BEZICH

WEBSITE

.

Commissioner Bianco Bezich to seek a new term

Colleen Bianco Bezich, who was elected to fill an unexpired term on the

Board of Commissioners in 2019, and currently serves as the Borough’s

Director of Public Affairs & Public Safety, has announced that she will be a

candidate in the municipal election on Tue May 11.

In announcing her candidacy, Bianco Bezich noted that she has spent

almost two decades working in local government, from helping to create the

Partnership for Haddonfield nearly 20 years ago, to drafting and negotiating

redevelopment agreements, to arguing the legality of local land use ordinances

in court. “I was the most experienced and qualified candidate in 2019, and that

remains true in this cycle, too,” Bianco Bezich said.

Among her accomplishments as a commissioner, Bianco Bezich listed new

and improved public safety initiatives, obtaining grant funding for stormwater

management, developing a new affordable housing policy that utilizes existing

housing stock, and creating a micro-grant program for the small businesses.

“I am really proud of what I was able to accomplish and set into motion,

despite the pandemic,” Bianco Bezich said. “Even in this incredibly challenging

climate, I worked diligently on behalf of our residents and business owners,

and I hope they’ll support me this May so that I can continue to do so.”

Bianco Bezich is a member of the Celebrations Association and an active

member of the Lions Club. She is a board member of LUCY Camden, a member

of the Supreme Court of NJ District IV Ethics Committee, and a pro bono

attorney for Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. She volunteers with

the Alzheimer’s Association and the SJ Perinatal Cooperative. Before joining

the Board of Commissioners, she was a member of the Zoning Board.

Bianco Bezich works full-time as a lawyer, counting land use, local

government law, real estate, and small business representation among her

practice areas. She and her husband operate the video production companies

Be Films and Five Story Media, from a studio on Tanner Street.

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#091 • MARCH 5 TO APRIL 2, 2021

A novel family

(or date) night

Looking for a safe and

fun night out? Join the

Markeim Arts Center for

one of its private family

nights or couples’ date

nights!

For families, the

evening starts with a

one-hour private dining

experience for up to

five people (from the

same household) in the

Markeim’s gallery. The

table will be set for you;

bring your own food and

beverages. Afterwards,

you’ll enjoy a one-hour

private family ceramics

lesson with Markeim

instructor Jen Coelho.

The fee is $75.

Everyone age 10 and

above will be welcome

to try the pottery wheel.

Younger children can do

a hand-building project.

Be sure to wear clothes

that you don’t mind

getting dirty!

Family Night times are

5 to 7pm and 6 to 8pm

on sat Mar 13, sat Mar

20, and sat Mar 27.

Arrangements for

couples are similar.

The fee is $65. Time/

date options are 6:30

to 8:30pm and 7:30 to

9:30pm on Fri Mar 12,

Fri Mar 19, Fri Mar 26.

The gallery and

ceramics studio will be

sanitized before and

after each family or

couple.

Jennifer Coelho has

been taking ceramic

classes for 16 years

at a variety of schools

and studios and is a

few credits away from

finishing a Ceramic

Technologies certificate

program at Clay College

in Millville.

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Election

deadline looms

The quadrennial

election for the Board of

Commissioners will take

place on Tue May 11.

The commission

is composed of three

residents elected by

registered voters of

Haddonfield. They serve

concurrent four-year

terms.

The deadline for

candidates to submit

nomination petitions is

Mon Mar 9 at 4pm –

Borough Hall Room 101.

Petitions must contain

valid signatures from a

minimum of 1% of the

number of registered

voters at the 2020

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Time to dine!

Calling all food and beverage lovers!

Mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual

Haddonfield Restaurant Week – Tue Mar 9 thru sun

Mar 14 – presented by the Haddonfield Food and

Beverage Collective and sponsored by Haddonfield

Financial Planning and The Haddon Film Company.

Participating businesses will offer specials

throughout the week, and some businesses will

collect non-perishable food donations.

In previewing the event, Bob Hochgertel, coowner

and managing director of King’s Road

Brewing Company said, “Haddonfield’s first-ever

Restaurant Week, in March 2020, was extremely

successful. We did not want to lose the momentum

gained last year, so we’re doing it again – but with

socially distanced seating and many to-go options.”

Hochgertel also said the event will enable

participating businesses to collect food items

for those that are food-challenged during this

difficult time. “‘Haddonfield Here For Good’ has

many meanings, and I’d like to believe this event

embodies all of them.”

Participating businesses will be offering special

deals throughout the week, including to-go

options, in-house dining options, and more. Some

restaurants may require reservations.

At press time, the following food and

beverage establishments had committed to

participating: Animo Juice & Burrito Bar, The British

Chip Shop, Cluckwerks, Denim BYOB, Downtown

Cookies, El Nopalito, Jersey Java and Tea Co., King’s

Road Brewing Company, Leaf Eatery, Ludovico’s,

Mare Monte, Mecha Chocolate, Nocella’s Ristorante

and Pizzeria, Pizza Crime, Rent-a-Chef, TAL32

Bespoke Confectionery, Valente’s Cucina, Verona,

and William Heritage Winery.

For additional details and an updated list of

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Is there magic behind the door when a

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These and many other issues are explored in

a physician’s reflection on his 40+ years of

interactions with family, friends, patients,

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stories are meant to show how humanism,

professionalism, and ethical behavior can

enrich one’s life, and the lives of others.

All of the stories are true, and use humor

and reflection to show how each of us grows

in our approach to life.

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applicable licenses, as required by the states in which HFP conducts business, as applicable.

HFP provides individualized responses to persons in particular states only after complying with

all regulatory requirements, including any applicable state exemption or exclusion.

Prepare now

for clean-out

During April, the

Borough relaxes the

rules that apply to

the amount of trash

that may be placed for

collection on regular

trash days.

The purpose is to

enable residents to clear

their attics, basements,

garages, and yards of

unwanted “stuff.”

This year, Spring

Clean-Out will begin on

Mon Apr 5 and end on

Fri Apr 30, for pick-up

on regular trash days.

Note that electronics

(computers and

monitors) should be

recycled. Place them

apart from trash on your

regular trash day, yearround.

Questions? Call Public

Works: 856-429-0183.

Civic Assn to

host forum

The Haddonfield

Civic Association will

be inviting residents

who have filed for the

Board of Commissioners

election to participate

in a Candidate Forum on

Mon Apr 19.

The event will be on

Zoom, beginning at 7pm.

Candidates will

have the opportunity

to explain why they

are running for

commissioner or seeking

re-election, discuss their

platform, and answer

questions submitted in

advance by residents.

The forum will

be moderated by a

representative from the

League of Women Voters.

To register to attend

or submit a question, go

to HaddonfieldCivic.com

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The Last Word

#091 • MARCH 5 TO APRIL 2, 2021

Discovering volunteerism:

The essence of community

By Joe Serico, Citizen of the year 2021

As a boy growing up in the New York City borough of the Bronx, I never gave

much thought to the Little League and CYO coaches who surrounded me, the

volunteer ladies and men who worked alongside me at the hospital, and the

many adults who gave freely of their time and treasure to support church or

synagogue activities in our neighborhood.

More obvious to me was the dynamic that ruled city life: local government

officials were professional politicians paid for their services and aspiring to

higher office. There were no local garden clubs that I could recall, as the Parks

Department oversaw all the green spaces. What I knew growing up and in my

first two teaching positions was nothing like what I would experience beginning

in 1987.

It was in coming to work in Haddonfield that I experienced the exceptional

commitment citizens can make to a community. In my first year at Haddonfield

Memorial High School, it was evident that parents played a unique role

supporting the schools. Sure, some schools have booster clubs and parents

have some limited involvement in supporting

teams that their children play on, but HMHS

was different. At the High School, parents

undertook major events like the Senior Fashion

Show, the After-Graduation Party, Teacher

Appreciation Luncheon, back-to-school

breakfasts, and the hosting annual back-toschool

nights. Beyond this very substantial

commitment, parents were equally willing to

become partners in school decision-making.

They served on multiple school committees

on scholarships, curriculum review, school

advisory councils, teacher recruitment, and

strategic planning.

Equally committed were the selfless

men and women who served on the Board of

Education, most of whom had children in the

schools. They undertook tasks like negotiating

contracts, overseeing personnel decisions, and

making decisions about facilities – decisions

that put them squarely in the public eye. They

devoted enormous amounts of time and energy

assisting in overseeing the operation of the

schools.

These volunteer women and men were nothing short of inspiring in their

effort and commitment to support the school. I had never been exposed to

anything like that. When they accepted a seat at the table, they were willing

to commit many hours and do the heavy lifting that such work required. To

this day I remain very grateful to PTA Presidents Jeanne Runne, Linda Giudice,

Nancy Wills, and Julie Vick, who were role models for what engagement in the

community could look like.

That commitment to volunteerism was everywhere you looked. HMHS

students were also deeply involved in service activities. Organizations like the

National Honor Society, Interact, and perhaps a dozen other clubs had a focus

on community service when I arrived at HMHS. Today that number is even

larger than when I left the High School nineteen years ago.

If I needed further evidence that service was a deeply ingrained in the culture

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Local references.

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