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A spiritual home Diving championship

for 175 years


Grace Episcopal Church marks a milestone
anniversary and works to ensure legacy
By KELLY FLYNN congregation are working to en-
The Sun sure the churchs legacy is pre-
served and future is secured.
Lynne Ryan recalls the Grace As organizer of the churchs
Episcopal Church of her youth 175th celebration committee,
being an intimidating place. Ryan and her fellow committee
There was no members are
eating before compiling the
communion, Were celebrating the churchs his-
women cov-
ered their
fact weve been here tory, digging
up a time cap-
heads and 175 years, and were sule and orga-
H o ly D ay s nizing a 175th
we r e t a ke n
indebted to those anniversary
very seriously. people who laid the dinner in Sep-
Rya n , 7 3 , tember to fun-
has been a groundwork. draise for the
lifelong mem- Dr. Patrick Close church.
ber at Grace Grace Episcopal Church reverend Were cel-
Church. She ebrating the
was married f act weve
at Grace and had her children been here 175 years, and were
baptized there. She said she has indebted to those people who laid
seen the church undergo a tonal the groundwork, the Rev. Dr. Pat-
change over time, becoming a rick Close said.
warm and welcoming place in re- The church was founded in
cent years. 1842. The first church building
Ryan has been both witness was a white wooden structure MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun
and participant in a chapter in on Kings Highway on the same Wedgewood Swim Clubs McKenna Dews dives through the air on her second attempt at a compe-
the churchs history, and as the plot where Grace resides today. tition last Thursday. Sixteen diving teams from around South Jersey converged on Erlton Swim
church celebrates its 175th year, Club in Cherry Hill for the 2017 South Jersey Diving Association 1-meter Championship. Divers
please see ANNIVERSARY, page 12 competed in five age groups in both novice and Junior Olympiad divisions.
she and other members of the

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Perrys plans Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-21
Haddonfield schools superintendent Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
looks to final year. Page 4 Obituary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Commissioners swear in Haddonfield


police lieutenant Stephen Camiscioli
By KELLY FLYNN bureau that Camiscioli shined, Commissioners approved a
The Sun earning recognition throughout resolution to extend the tax grace
Camden County for the numer- period. The mailing of the third
The tone of the Tuesday, July ous cases he solved, Stuessy said. quarter property tax bills has
18 commissioners meeting held Your experience is going to been delayed due to changes to
in Borough Hall was decidedly serve us very well in the future, the state budget. For that reason,
cheery as Stephen Camiscioli Stuessy said. commissioners set the property
was sworn in as Haddonfields Camiscioli is wasting no time tax bill for the 25th day after the
newest acting police lieutenant. stepping into his new role. He third quarter installment was
Id like to say, first and fore- took the opportunity at Tuesdays mailed to allow residents suffi-
most, we are very fortunate to meeting to describe the Police Ex- cient time to pay their bills.
have many, many fine officers in plorers Camp hes spearheading,
Commissioners also approved
the Haddonfield Police Depart- which started on Monday.
a resolution to award a bid for
ment, Chief Theodore Stuessy The first annual four-day camp
pothole repair services to Pav-
said. The department has been will feature a history of law en-
running well for many years. forcement, tour of the police de- ings Plus, LLC.
Were here primarily tonight partment and hands-on crime This is an annual contract we
because Stephen has been very scene processing. go out to, so we can give them lists
hard-working and diligent the Were going to introduce of potholes throughout the year
last couple of years. them to all aspects of law enforce- that they can address for us,
Stuessy said Camiscioli first ment, Camiscioli said. Commissioner John Moscatelli
came to the department in 1998. Mayor Neal Rochford congrat- said.
Since then, he has done tours ulated Camiscioli on his promo- The next Board of Commis-
both on the streets and within the tion on behalf of the commis- sioners meeting will be held on
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Cooper River Park adds Paddle Boat and
Kayak Rentals
By Freeholder Jeff Nash Superintendent wants to lead
The sight of pad-
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Cooper River is
vista decks, and
improved the dock-
ing and staging for
boat races, regattas
school district out of controversy
sure to become and festivals. A $12 Following BOEs decision to not renew his contract, Richard Perry
commonplace now
that the boats are
million dredging,
environmental and
reflects on time within district and looks forward to next phase in life
available for rent deepening proj- By KELLY FLYNN I want to have every single and Alan Feg-
in Cooper River ect in 2016 helped The Sun day with the students, teachers, ley, who had
Park. This is a great to improve water with the administrators, with the left in quick
new way for you quality, deepen For Richard Perry, being su- board members, with the commu- succession,
and your family to enjoy Camden channels, and clean the river bot- perintendent of the Haddonfield nity that I feel a part of, Perry having spent
County this summer. tom of contaminants that may school district has never been said. fewer than two
In addition to all of the other have gathered there. about the numbers, its always For Perry, working in the Had- years with the
fantastic amenities which have Cooper River Park is home to been about the people. donfield school district has been district. He
been made available in the park more than two dozen state-of-the- Its like a relationship, but a dream come true. A native said he faced
over the years, this is a home-fun art outdoor amenities including there comes a time when the re- of Haddon Heights, Perry never an unprece-
for everyone that enjoys the sce- four volleyball courts, two soft- lationship runs its course, Perry aspired to be a superintendent, dented budget PERRY
nic beauty of Cooper River Park ball fields, multiple bike paths, a said. and he would have been satisfied challenge with
Perry has served as superin- to just become a high school prin- the states 2
and is looking for a new way to dog park, areas for fishing, and
tendent for the last seven years. cipal. When the opportunity to percent cap, which forced him to
experience the river. much more. The park also holds His contract, which the Board of serve as Haddonfield superinten- get creative as he worked hard
The Freeholder Board is always the Camden County Boathouse, Education unanimously voted to dent came into his life, he knew to ensure no programs were cut
looking for new ways to innovate which hosts rowing and sailing not renew at its July 13 meeting, he couldnt say no to the pros- each budgetary season.
our parks, and this is the latest in events throughout the summer comes to an end on June 30, 2018, pect of moving back to the area With Perry at the helm, Had-
that series of efforts. There is a and functions as a world-class and for Perry, his eighth and final where he had grown up. donfield implemented the dis-
professional on staff that will be reception venue. The river hosts year potentially marks the most Perry came in on the heels of tricts out-of-district tuition pro-
able to get you started whether some of the largest boating events important to date. two superintendents, Joe OBrien gram, which brings in approxi-
youre a paddle boat pro or youre and regattas in the nation out of mately $350,000 annually, and
just looking to try something new. the boathouse, including ten re- created an international tuition
Along with all of the other great gattas which have already taken program for Chinese students
services in the park and through- place in 2017. The season is set through which the district re-
out the county, finding something to finish strong with the Dragon ceives $250,000.
youll enjoy in our parks system Boat Festival on July 29 and Au- He said other districts are
making cuts, but Haddonfield is
has never been easier. gust 5.
always expanding. Perry thinks
Rentals are available from 11 More information on Cooper this emphasis on expansion and
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursdays and River Park and the rest of the upward growth may have contrib-
Fridays, and from 10 a.m. to 5 Camden County Parks Depart- uted, in part, to the boards deci-
p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. ment can be found at HYPER- Family owned and operated since 1985 sion.
Paddle boat rentals cost $20 for LINK http://www.camdencoun- They didnt want us to be-
an hour on the river, and kayak ty.com/service/parks/ http:// come stagnant or continue a
rentals cost $30 per hour. Spe- www.camdencounty.com/ser- certain path, Perry said. They
cial rates are available during the vice/parks/. If you have any other want to look for newness, a new
week for those who wish to stay questions about County services, direction to even take us higher,
out on the river for longer. The please call me at (856) 225-5466, and I think the superintendent
concession stand is located at
the corner of Cuthbert Blvd. and
or email me at HYPERLINK
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Beautiful floors cap going up gave them an op-
portunity to look for a leader that
North Park Dr. in Chery Hill.
Over the past five years, the
com jnash@camdencounty.com.
Also, you can like us on Face-
Exceptional service might take them in that type of
direction.
Board member and past board
Freeholder Board has been com-
mitted to improving the park and
book at HYPERLINK http://
www.facebook.com/camden-
Affordable prices president Glenn Moramarco said
the entirety of the board wishes
Cooper River. In that time, the countynj www.facebook.com/ Visit our showroom for the best service and prices. Perry well and thinks he has a
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obituary
Virginia L. ODonnell lantic City.
June 29, 2017 Virginia was the loving wife to
Gary ODonnell. She is survived
Virginia ODonnell of Haddon- by two children Michael and
field passed away at the age of 57 Daniel ODonnell; siblings Deb-
on Thursday, June 29. ODonnell bie Petracci, Colleen Kieran, Rod-
was a faithful servant of Jesus eric Bennett and their spouses as
and a preschool teacher of many well as three nieces and five
years. nephews.
Virginia (nee Bennett) was Relatives and friends were in-
born on February 20, 1960 to late vited to attend her memorial ser-
father Donald L. Bennett and late vices on Thursday, July 6 at Cal-
mother Virginia G. Vitale in At- vary Chapel in Marlton.

Residential burglaries
have police urging caution
Several residential burglaries dows.
have recently occurred in the bor- Activate security systems
ough. All homes were unoccupied when away from home.
when burglarized and no force Secure valuables in a prop-
was used to gain entry, accord- erly installed home safe.
ing to a borough release issued Keep yards free of tools,
on Tuesday, July 18. Haddonfield ladders and toys.
police are cautioning residents Dont label personal keys or
to take all steps in securing their hide spares outside.
homes and valuables. For extended time away
Residents can report any sus- from home tell a trusted neighbor
picious activity to police at (856) to keep an eye on your home.
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Ceo of newspaper media group

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go out next Tuesday night. They Your thoughts National Night Out activities vary
coo editor in chief

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will sit on their porches, attend Are you participating in a National from town to town. Some communities
Night Out event? Tell us about your MANAGING Editor Kristen Dowd
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The National Association of Town the more time-honored traditions of circulation Director Pearl Harta

Watch started National Night Out in years. More police departments are block parties, where police, fire and
1984. Its mission is to make neighbor- recognizing the importance of reach- EMS personnel sometimes visit. And The Sun is published weekly by
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The Sun welcomes suggestions and
Dig deeper and join urns on Kings Highway, putting flower ar-
rangements in the library every week, dec-
first meeting on Sept. 12 will feature Val-
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idays, providing craft activities at Mabel tion and future. The years highlight will
It has been more than 10 years since the Kay Senior Center and holding the annual be a bus trip to Longwood Gardens in June
Haddonfield Garden Club gave us the di- Herb Sale as a fundraiser for scholarships. with discounts for members. SPEAKUP
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Haddonfield Crew Club wishes students


well as they embark on college voyages
The following is a message Southern Methodist University Clemson University
from the Haddonfield Crew Club: Grace Bowman G eorge- Elina Kommedalgap year
town University then Fredly folkehogskole college
After an amazing season that Josh ButtaroNew York In- in Norway
was filled with hard work, disci- stitute of Technology Lydia MackeyWilliam &
pline and fun, the Haddonfield Hannah CooperUniversity Mary/University of St. Andrews
Crew Clubs seniors are celebrat- of North Carolina (Wilmington) Ben Masclansrowing at
ing the end of their rowing years Alexander Coty Rutgers Washington College
at Haddonfield Memorial High University (New Brunswick) Alexandra PalavadgeUni-
School. Connor FaganThe College versity of South Carolina
The board of the crew club of the New Jersey Alexander Pierznickrow-
would like to congratulate the se- Alex FisherUniversity of ing at Temple University
niors on their college decisions Maine Jack RichardsUniversity
and post graduation plans. Abigail Griffithrowing at of Pittsburgh
The following is a list of stu- Duquesne University Tyler WaltimyerBlooms-
dents and the colleges they will Kathleen HohweilerTow- berg University
attend: son University Connor Vielehrrowing at
Patrick AmonsCollege of Mia Ippolitorowing at Rut- LaSalle University
Charleston gers University (New Brunswick) Natalie ZuccaDrew Univer-
Abigail Bentleyrowing at Bridget Kane rowing at sity

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Follow The Yellow Brick WEDNESDAY JULY 26 First Church of Christ, Scientist, Senior Center. Call (856) 354-
Road To Oz With MTC! 355 KingsHighwayEast, Had- 8789 for more information.
Stop Motion Animation: Ages 7 donfield. Hymns, testimonies of Kiwanis Club of the Haddons
Last five performances! to 12. 10:30 a.m. at Haddonfield healing and inspirational read- meeting: 12:15 p.m. at Tavistock
Public Library. Attendees will ings from the Bible and Science Country Club. For more informa-
July 26, 27, & 28 7 PM Featuring plan, write and shoot their own andHealth with Key to the Scrip- tion, call (856) 559-2009, email
Channel 6abc
s
July 29 2 PM & 7 PM Rick Williams
movies using clay, Legos and tures, by Mary Baker Eddy. MSmith@kitchenandassociates.
other mediums. The stop motion com or visit www.njkiwanis.org.
Tickets: $17 - Adults as The Cowardly
Featuring a 15-Piece
Live Orchestra!
$13 - Seniors & Students Lion in select
performances.
movies created will be available
for viewing on the librarys web-
THURSDAY JULY 27 SATURDAY JULY 29
site. Stop Motion Animation: Ages 7
Grace Church Worship Service:
Hope Community Church 235 W. Main Street Moorestown, NJ 08057 Beginners training on eBooks: 2
to 12. 10:30 a.m. at Haddonfield
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. 19 Kings High-
Public Library. Attendees will
p.m. at the Haddonfield Public way East, Haddonfield. Email
Get your Golden Ticket! Library. In this class, participants
plan, write and shoot their own
movies using clay, Legos and office@gracehaddon.org for in-
will learn how to begin use eBook formation.
Wed., Aug. 2 7 PM library services on their devices
other mediums. The stop motion
movies created will be available Haddonfield UnitedMethod-
Thu., Aug. 3 10 AM, 2 PM, & 7 PM or computers. Library staff will for viewing on the librarys web- istChurch Worship: Casual ser-
Fri., Aug. 4 10 AM & 2 PM instruct on how to create and site. vice with weekly communion at
5 p.m. in Brown Chapel.
manage an account, acquire and
All Tickets are $12. install an app, borrow and place Toddler Time: Ages 2 to 3. 10:30
a.m. at Haddonfield Public
Farmers Market: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
holds on material and play the at Kings Court in the center
content. This is a beginner level Library. This 30-minute story- of town, Kings Highway. Fresh
MoorestownTheaterCompany.org class. Registration is required. time includes fun activities and fruits and vegetables, artisan
Info@MoorestownTheaterCompany.org (856) 778-8357 fingerplays for kids. No registra-
Alcoholics Anonymous Young breads and treats, organic flow-
tion required. ers, hot coffee and other deli-
Peoples meeting: 8 p.m. at
United Methodist Church, Grand Read to a Dog: 1 p.m. at Haddon- cious foods to eat there or take
Ballroom. Questions, call (856) field Public Library. Get some home. Through Oct. 28. Free
486-4444. one-on-one time with a local dog parking. Rain or shine. Visit
Quaker Worship: 9:15 a.m. at Had- and read it a book. Registration is www.haddonfieldfarmersmar-
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Friends Ave. Visitors welcome.
Childcare available. Call (856)
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or call (856) 7200232.
Dance Haddonfield: 6 to 10:30
p.m., beginner lessons 7 p.m., at
Grace Church, 19 Kings Highway.
Dance and socialize. $15 to at-
tend, an additional $5 for 6 p.m.
intermediate lessons. Two and
a half hours of open dance. For
more information, visit www.
dancehaddonfield.org.
Quaker Worship: 10 a.m. at Had-
donfield Friends Meeting, 45
Friends Ave. (at Lake Street),
Haddonfield. Food and fellow-
ship from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Visitors welcome. Call (856)
428-6242 or visit www.haddon-
fieldfriendsmeeting.org.
Lutheran Church of Our Sav-
ior:Traditional/classic worship
services with Holy Communion
at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday
school 10:30 a.m. for children
age 3 through sixth grade. Re-
flections worship at 9:15 a.m.
204 Wayne Ave., Haddonfield.
Grace Church: Holy Eucharist (Rite
I) from 8 to 9 a.m. Choral and
Family Eucharist (Rite II) from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Fellowship
at 9 and 10:30 a.m. Christian
education (adults) from 10:30
to 11:30 a.m. Christian educa-
tion (children) from 9:30 to 11:30
a.m. Nursery available. 19 Kings
Highway East, Haddonfield.
HaddonfieldUnitedMethodist
Church: Traditional service at
8 a.m. in Brown Chapel. Con-
temporary service at 9 a.m. in
Fellowship Hall. Traditional ser-
vice 10:30 a.m. in the sanctu-
ary. Contemplative service at 6
p.m. in Brown Chapel. 29 War-
wickRoad, Haddonfield.
MountOlive Baptist Church: Sun-
day school at 8:30 a.m. Morning
please see CALENDAR, page 10

609-586-2300
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tional worship at 8:15 a.m. in the Library. Kids can join the library
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chapel.Family service at 9:30
a.m. in the sanctuary. Tradition-
for good books and fun activities.
Registration is required.
al worship at 11 a.m. in the sanc- Bridge at Mabel Kay Senior Cen-
tuary. 20 Kings Highway East,
ter: 12:30 p.m. at Mabel Kay
worship at 9:30 a.m. 202 Doug- Haddonfield.
Senior Center on Walnut Street.
lass Ave., Haddonfield. First Church of Christ, Scientist:
FirstBaptist Church: Adult Bi- Service at 10 a.m. Sunday school Zumba Dance Family Fitness: 7
ble study at 9:30 a.m. Prayer for children at 10 a.m. 355 Kings to 8 p.m. at Grace Church, 19
&Praise Music at 10 a.m. Chil- Highway East, Haddonfield. Kings Highway. Adults $10, stu-
drens Sunday school at 11:15 dents $5. For more information,
a.m. Worship service at 11 a.m.; MONDAY JULY 31 visit www.haddonarts.org or call
(856) 278-3850.
childcare provided. 124 Kings SAT Math Practice: Ages 6 to 18.
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Grace Episcopal Church in Haddonfield turns 175 years old this September. The church has sat in the
same spot on Kings Highway despite seeing numerous changes to the physical building and congrega-
tion over the years. The Rev. Dr. Patrick Close stands outside the church ready to welcome anyone in.
* Getting married?
* Engaged?
* Expecting?
* Need to thank someone?
Anniversary dinner set for Sept. 29
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Continued from page 1
Despite facing the same chang-
es many other churches are expe-
people in, he said.
Whatever the initial reason,
to news@haddonfieldsun.com. riencing, Grace has continued to the parishioners come to find
stick around for more than 100 that Grace becomes their spiri-
In 1891, the finished stone struc- years due to its welcoming atmo- tual home, Close said.
ture that resides on Kings High- sphere, Close said. In the 1950s For Ryan, preserving the leg-
way today was completed, and and 1960s, the church opened its acy of her spiritual home has
the wooden church became the doors, and people just came with- been at the forefront these past
churchs first parish house. out question. Today, however, few months. She said the church
Nearly every church wrestles Grace has attracted people not has volunteers researching the
with upkeep of the building, out of obligation but by setting an churchs history to compile into
Close said. Over the years, the inclusive tone. The History of Grace Church in
three buildings on the campus Were very oriented to wel- Haddonfield Volume III. The pre-
the church, the parish house and coming young people, singles, vious two volumes detailed the
the rectory have all required gay and lesbian people with churchs history until 1992.
maintenance and upkeep. How- children, Close said. Theres a The history is just very im-
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN ever, according to Close, Graces greater emphasis on trying to be portant, Ryan said. There are
THE LIVES OF CHILDREN! legacy is not about any physical a welcoming, inviting church. parishioners there that have been
structure. Over the years, Graces congre- there much, much longer than I
Seeking kind, reliable and The church is the people not gation has seen changes, Close have. Theyve hung on to the his-
energetic people the building and I think what said. The congregation once con- tory and historical things. A lot
Must have experience with school keeps us going here is some won- sisted primarily of Haddonfield of it has been written down and
age children in group settings and/or derfully committed people that residents, but today, the church saved.
degree in education or related field. want to be here and want to be pulls from a wide array of towns Additionally, the committee
part of this [church] community, throughout South Jersey such as plans to dig up a time capsule
Part-Time Close said. Cherry Hill, Voorhees and Wood- buried on the grounds 25 years
Program Staff Needed! He said since the churchs bury. ago and put the recovered items
founding, it has always been a The congregation consists of on display.
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY!
presence in the community. Close between 800 and 900 members, The culmination of the com-
7:15AM-8:45AM AND/OR said the church has endured, and their reasons for attend- mittees efforts will be revealed
2:45PM to 6:15PM in part, due to its willingness to ing are assorted, Close said. at The Grace Church 175th An-
Substitutes needed also! adapt to the times. Some come to participate in the niversary Dinner at Tavistock
Daily position Close said in 1974, for exam- churchs outreach in Camden, Country Club on Sept. 29. Ryan
ple, the Episcopal church began while others are initially attract- said the dinner will raise funds
begins September 11 ordaining women. Today, the ed to the churchs visually pleas- for the upkeep of the church
Required training beginning in August church ordains gay and lesbian ing grounds. buildings as well as the churchs
men and women. The borough of Haddonfield programs.
Call 856-429-1603 Weve been one of those has long been a selling point, For more infor mation on
churches that understands Close said. The towns emphasis Graces anniversary celebrations,
Haddonfield CHild Care change is normal, Close said. on arts, education and family fos- visit www.gracehaddonfield.org.
Municipal Matters
NEWS and INFORMATION from the BOROUGH of HADDONFIELD

Mayors Hours Mayor Neal Rochford will Meetings/Events &


Tax Grace Period -The Commissioners have
hold open door hours every Wednesday
authorized extending the Tax Grace Period.
from 9am-11:30am at Borough Hall. No Activities
That the grace period for payment of the
appointment needed to speak with the Tue Aug 157:30 pm Envi-
third quarter property tax bills shall be the
Mayor! ronmental/Sustainable
twenty-fifth calendar date after the third
Haddonfield
quarter installment was mailed pursuant to Night Market The Haddonfield Night
N.J.S.A. 54:4-64. Please check our website Market will return, better than ever in Tue Aug 157:30 pm Zon-
for updated information regarding the date, September! Mark your calendar for ing Board
the State has not released the tax rate as of Thursday Sept. 7th from 4pm-8pm on Tue Aug 22 3:30 pm
this publication. Kings Highway and leave the cooking to Board of Commissioners
the professionals. Work Session
Police News - Stephen Camiscioli has been
sworn in as a Lieutenant. The Mayor and Sealed Bids The Borough is seeking Tue Aug 227:30 pm
Commissioners wish to congratulate him on sealed bids for Stiles Ave Parking Lot and Board of Commissioners
his promotion, Lt. Camiscioli has been with Mable Kay Foundation work. Stiles Ave Wed Aug 247:30 pm His-
the Haddonfield Police Dept. for over 19 will be advertised in the July 28 edition toric Preservation Commis-
years and his dedication and continued ser- of the Courier Post and the Mabel Kay sion
vice to Haddonfield are greatly appreciated. project in the August 11 Courier Post. Tue Aug 17:30 pm Plan-
Charitable Clothing BinCharitable clothing The Borough will also accept sealed bids ning Board
donation bins will be placed at the Rite Aid for Stump Removal Services on August
Wed Aug 23Site Plan Re-
on Haddon Ave. Donations will benefit the 9th at 10:15am in room 102 of Borough
view Committee 7:00pm
Cancer Support Community from 3 Cross Hall. This will be advertised in the Friday
Roads Drive, Bedminster, NJ 07921. July 21 Retrospect.. Tue Aug 22 9:15 am Sen.
Citz Board of Trustees
Municipal Auction -The Borough will be auc- Bids Awarded and RejectedPavings
Wed Aug 238:15 am PfH
tioning off various vehicles and other surplus Plus, LLC were awarded the bid for Pot
equipment through Govdeals.com if you wish Hole Repair Services in the amount of NOTICE The next
to bid . They will include a Chevy Malibu, Old $12 per pothole and $52 for asphalt in- Commissioners
Dominion Leaf Vacuum Machine, Ford Expe- stallation. West Bay Construction, Inc,
Meeting is Tuesday, Au-
dition, a Sterling Condor (trash truck) and the only bidder for the Drainage Project
Phase 1, was rejected. The bid was re- gust 22, 2017, at 7:30
Dell 21 monitor. You may bid on these lots
jected for being over budget at p.m., work Session at
at www.govdeals.com where there will be
more information on these items as well as $291,150.00. 3:00 p.m.
photographs, the auction will begin August
11, 2017 at 2:00pm.
Public Works Information- The Chipper Truck is scheduled to run during the week of August 7 for tree limbs placed loose
the curb. Remember please do not bundle limbs with string for the chipper! This can clog the machine. Veg debris con-
tinues to be collected weekly through October 27.
New Schedule Beginning September 2017: Starting in September the Chipper will switch from the first week of the
month, and instead will run on the third week of each month with the exception of November and December. During
those months of leaf season the chipper is discontinued as the truck that pulls the Chipper machine is used for leaf col-
lection.
Also changing will be Vegetative Pickup. During the months of November through March when the weekly collection is
discontinued and once per month Veg collection occurs, Veg will be collected on the first week of those months. All
changes will be listed in the Borough Calendar which is due to be delivered to all homes toward the end of August.
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Galvanized Jazz Band


swinging into Haddonfield
The Galvanized Jazz Band tuals, swing and classic popular
is making its tri-state debut at songs from the past century.
Haddonfield United Methodist Half-price admission of $10,
Church on Warwick Road in Had- payable at the door, is available
donfield on Sunday, July 30, at 2 for first-time attendees and mem-
p.m. bers. General admission is $20,
Led by cornetist Fred Vigorito and full-time students with iden-
since 1971, the Galvanized Jazz tification and children are free.
Band is a dynamic group of Con- There are no advance sales or res-
necticut musicians devoted to ervations.
the energetic performance of For information, see www.
hot Dixieland, New Orleans jazz, tristatejazz.org or call (856) 720
blues, rags, stomps, struts, spiri- 0232.

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Kaitlyn McCrudden graduated Technology.
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employed by T. Rowe Price in Bal- to the Deans List for the spring
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Perry hopes to solidify work hes done


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nity.
Charles Klaus, principal of
tablish its priorities.
I know there have been some
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Perry said at the end of May, spective to the role of superinten- see whats out there for a transi- Enjoy 3 cooked meals daily -
the board informed him of its de- dent. tion. Many selections
cision to not renew his contract. He doesnt look at test scores; Daniel Kubikian said he found Partake in daily Mass, On-Site Gift
He said the news was a bit sud- he looks at people, Klaus said. Perry to be approachable when Shop, Movie Theater, and Library
den, but he appreciated the board His priority is people. In a world he served as president of the
being open and honest with him. driven by numbers all the time, Elizabeth Haddon Elementary
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In his seven years, Perry has its refreshing. School Parent Teacher Associa- Weekly excursions with transportation
worked with five boards of edu- Borough Commissioner Jef- tion from 2014 to 2015. He said he Spiritual and Social enrichment
cation. He said oftentimes, board frey Kasko said in his four years worked with Perry on updating On-Site wellness staff to help you
members do not come from an ed- as mayor, the borough often part- the schools playground, but more
ucation background, so over the nered with the school district on often than not, as PTA president, stay healthy
years, hes taken it upon himself a variety of projects. He said he he found himself working with Convenient beauty/barber services
to educate board members of the and Perry always had an open the board. Ask about
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the current board is looking for a with, its a little bit of a jolt be- minishes his accomplishments.
sense of purpose and identity. cause now in the future you dont He should feel good about
This board is in its infancy
state, Perry said. I think its try-
ing to find its way and its direc-
know who will be next, Kasko
said. All three of the commis-
sioners are hopeful [the board]
himself, Kubikian said. The
board is looking to go in a differ-
ent direction, [but] he can take ad-
Be social.
tion, and I think thats maybe one can find someone we can work vantage of that. Like us on
of the reasons theyre looking for
a leader. They want to start new
well with and who has the best in-
terests of the kids.
Perry said the board may have
given him a much-needed push Facebook!
with a new leader to see what that Tom Baird, former president to take his life in a new direction
direction is. of the Haddonfield Alumni So- as he pursues his long-deferred
Both Board President Adam ciety, said he was upset to learn dream of screenwriting. He said
Sangillo and Moramarco, on the about the boards decision. He hes recently dusted off his old
other hand, said the board con- said Perry has always made a script and began submitting it to
sists primarily of seasoned mem- concerted effort to keep alumni screenwriting festivals where the
bers with only one member, Mat- abreast of the goings on at the response has been overwhelm-
thew Ritter, in his first year. schools and has taken an active ingly positive.
Even so, Moramarco said interest in the Alumni Society. Before he goes, however, Perry
theres often something to be said I was very, very upset, Baird said hes going to try to solidify
for a fresh perspective. said. I just think theyre re- the work hes done and generally
Sometimes new people bring ally missing the boat on having a make sure the day-to-day opera-
new ideas and strengths, Mora- great guy and having his experi- tions run smoothly for students.
marco said. ence and dynamic ideas concern- He said he wants to support the
Despite the decision, Perry ing the school system. transition for whoever the next
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Spacious Two Story Dutch Colonial that features a for- This large American 4 square has been completely redone.
mal lr & dr, eat-in kitchen, den/family room, 4 BRs, 1.5 . . its magnificent inside with 4 BRs & 3.5 BAs, family room,
baths, floored attic, full basement& 1 car garage. Conve- eat-in gourmet kitchen & decks off each rear story. Walk
niently located within walking distance to downtown Haddon- everywhere to boutiques, restaurants, schools, library & more.
field & Patco Hi-Speedline & in a great school district. Gary Vermaat mark Lenny A must see for sophisticates.
Broker of Record, Owner Broker/Owner
$399,000 $689,000 (6959166)
Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x 243 Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239

338 Kings Highway W. 511 Westminster Avenue 112 West End Avenue
Beautiful Center Hall Colonial Style Home located in Haddonfield, NEW CONSTRUCTION BY P J WARD & SONS. This 2.5 story Center American Four Square Style Home that features 6
features formal LR & DR, upgraded kitchen, breakfast room, office, Hall Colonial will have approx 5,000 sq ft with 4-5 BRS & 3.5-4.5 BAS BRs, 3 full BAs, formal LR & DR, upgraded kitchen, break-
family room, sun room, 1 floor laundry room, master suite, guest including a luxurious MBA, huge FR, gourmet kit & 3 car garage. fast room, game room, fullbasement & heated in-ground pool. Great
suite plus 3 other great sized BRs, powder room, finished basement, Optional 1st fl in-law suite. Est delivery Dec 2017. wrap-around front porch & large rear deck. Convenient location.
2 car garage & in-ground heated pool.
$1,499,000 (7008274) $585,000
$1,095,000 (6874719) Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239 Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243
Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243

346 Kings Highway W. 360 Station Avenue 311 Windsor Avenue


This 6 BR, 3.5 BA executive-style home has a family room, den, deck Sprawling rebuilt contemporary home where nothing was left
undone. Over 6,000 sq ft of living space; formal LR & DR, library/
LOT FOR SALE
& 2 car garage. Custom detail work throughout. Great curb appeal Residential lot in the Birdwood section of Historic Haddonfield.
with a prestigious address. Immaculate! office, FR, kitchen w/brkfst rm, 1st flr master suite, guest suite &
Build your prefect dream home!
laundry. 4 BRs & 3 Bas on 2nd flr, full basement w/game, rec &
$769,000 (6954324 hobby rooms. So much more. $475,000 (7008120)
Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239
$1,499,000 Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239
Call Gary Vermaat @ 428-9677 x243

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