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Find out where to vote
in Haddonfield. PAGE 2
Fighting hunger with 20,000 sandwiches
By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Haddonfield Sun
A gooey, smooth, starchy mile-
stone has been surpassed.
It started as a service project
for a nearby churchs confirma-
tion class and morphed into more
than 20,000 peanut butter and
jelly sandwiches for Cathedral
Kitchen in Camden.
According to parent Lee Pease,
Luke Pease, Patrick Porter, Jeff
Sabatini, Patrick Sea and Tommy
Brophy, juniors at Haddonfield
Memorial High School, have been
spreading peanut butter and jelly
for four years.
Nowadays, twice a month,
neighbors and friends join the
Special to The Sun
Students take a break from their duties at the Pease home as they create PB&J sandwiches for Cathedral Kitchen in Camden. From left:
Savannah Moon, Olivia Blaber, Simon Schutz, Patrick Shea, Jeff Sabatini. Patrick Porter, Luke Pease and Tommy Brophy.
WANT TO HELP?
If interested in aiding in the
homegrown project, whether
with donations of bread,
peanut butter, grape jelly, plas-
tic bags, or by providing funds,
contact Lee and Beth Pease at
lpease1@comcast.net or Alex
Wills with Cathedral Kitchen at
alex@cathedralkitchen.org.
To learn more about the
kitchen or to make a direct
donation, visit www.cathe-
dralkitchen.org, call (856) 964-
6771 or email volunteer@
cathedralkitchen.org.
please see ABOUT, page 10
2 THE HADDONFIELD SUN OCT. 31-NOV. 6, 2012
Make sure your voice is heard
on Tuesday, Nov. 6, better known
as Election Day.
Voting hours are from 6 a.m. to
8 p.m.
Three Board of Education in-
cumbents are up for re-election to
hold three-year terms: Maureen
Eyles, Andrew Berlin and Dennis
Kelleher.
The race is uncontested.
There is no November election
for the commissioners.
More information can be found
on www.camdencounty.com
under the voter information tab.
The following listing outlines
polling locations by district in the
borough as provided by the Coun-
ty Clerks Election Division
office.
District 1: Methodist Church,
29 Warwick Road, Welcome Cen-
ter
District 2: Borough Hall, 242
East Kings Highway, Room 102
District 3: Crows Woods Build-
ing, 993 South Atlantic Ave.
District 4: Middle School, 1 Lin-
coln Ave., Gym
District 5: Middle School, 1 Lin-
coln Ave., Gym
District 6: Elizabeth Haddon
School, 501 Redman Ave., Art
Room
District 7: Elizabeth Haddon
School, 501 Redman Ave., Art
Room
District 8: Lutheran Church
Parish Hall, 204 Wayne Ave.
District 9: Lutheran Church
Parish Hall, 204 Wayne Ave.
District 10: Tatem School, 1
Glover Ave., Music Room
Find out where to vote
in Haddonfield
Visit us online at www.haddonfieldsun.com
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Personal services
might be regulated
By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Haddonfield Sun
Personal services establish-
ments, such as beauty and nail sa-
lons, may soon be unable to begin
operations in the central corridor
of the borough.
Borough commissioners at the
Tuesday, Oct. 23 meeting ap-
proved an ordinance on first read-
ing that would amend the bor-
ough code under Chapter 135,
Land Development.
The amendment, said Commis-
sioner Ed Borden, is the product
of work from the planning board
and community development
staff with input from the Partner-
ship for Haddonfield.
New personal services stores
would be prohibited from the
downtown corridor on Kings
Highway from Chestnut Street to
Haddon Avenue, with certain
types being allowed on Kings
Highway from Chestnut Street to
the high speed line and Haddon
Avenue to the high school area,
said Borden.
The most common would be
barber shops and hair salons, he
said.
Other categories of businesses
such as tattoo parlors would be
permitted, but only on side
streets such as Tanner and Me-
chanic Streets.
According to Mayor Tish
Colombi, this ordinance will
drive more retail businesses to
the downtown section.
It has taken us several years
please see NEXT, page 13
4 THE HADDONFIELD SUN OCT. 31-NOV. 6, 2012
The following incidents are on
file with the Haddonfield Police
Department.
On Oct. 18 at 4:52 p.m., a resi-
dent on the 600 block of Washing-
ton Avenue reported that some-
one wrote a forged check from her
checking account in the amount
of approximately $30,000. The vic-
tim was alerted by her bank and
filed an affidavit of forgery.
On Oct. 19 at 3:31 p.m. on the 100
block of Colonial Ridge Drive, a
formal report was taken from the
previously reported stolen politi-
cal signs from the property as well
as other locations. The report was
forwarded to the detective bureau.
On Oct. 20 at 8:26 p.m. on Elm
Street at Estaugh Avenue, a caller
reported that something was on
fire in the road. Police noticed a
dark mark in the road and a small
object smoldering off to the side
of the road. There was neither
property damage nor injuries.
On Oct. 20 at 8:31 p.m. on West
End Avenue at Woodland Avenue,
it as reported that there was a fire
in the middle of the street. A bot-
tle of flammable liquid and a
burning piece of cloth were found
in the street. There was neither
property damage nor injuries.
police report
The following information was
submitted by Lefteris Banos, ath-
letic director, at Haddonfield Me-
morial High School.
On Thursday, Nov. 1 at 2 p.m. at
Scout Field, Haddonfield boys soc-
cer will play either West Deptford
or Lower Cape May in the NJSIAA
SJ Group 2 quarterfinal round.
On Friday, Nov. 2 at 2 p.m. at
Scout Field, Haddonfield girls
soccer will play wither Sterling or
Cinnaminson in the NJSIAA SJ
Group 2 quarterfinal round.
High school teams head to finals
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Municipal improvement proj-
ects across Camden County are in
the process of receiving funding
from the Camden County Com-
munity Development Block Grant
(CDBG) program.
The Freeholder Board ap-
proved the allocation of more
than $1,029,000 in funds during
their September freeholder meet-
ing.
In Haddonfield, a grant for
$16,600 was approved for removal
of barriers to the second floor of
the library, 60 North Haddon Ave.,
for the cost of the elevator only.
During these times of tighter
municipal budgets, the CDBG
program is an important tool for
local governments looking to
tackle serious challenges facing
their communities, said Free-
holder Director Louis Cappelli,
Jr., liaison to the Camden County
Office of Community Develop-
ment. The grants provide a way
for municipalities to fund proj-
ects that improve community fa-
cilities and enhance municipal
services.
The Camden County Office of
Community Development admin-
isters the CDBG program on be-
half of the Freeholder Board.
The office directs funding from
the U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development to local
municipalities, as a resource to
address a wide range of commu-
nity development needs.
This federal allocation is going
directly to a wide variety of com-
munity related projects that
would otherwise be funded by
municipal property taxes.
Each year, municipalities are
encouraged to submit an applica-
tion detailing the improvements
and programs they have identi-
fied. This years applications rep-
resented a wide range of projects
throughout the county, from revi-
talizing community centers to
transportation for senior citi-
zens, said Cappelli. Best of all,
this funding comes from grants
and not our county budget. These
projects will move forward with-
out placing an additional burden
on local taxpayers, which is
among our top priorities as free-
holders.
Haddonfield
receives grant
Time to examine value
of Partnership for Haddonfield
What your Oct. 2 article failed to men-
tion is the Partnership is funded by the
businesses and professionals of Haddon-
field.
When the partnership was incorporated
in 2004 it was established to enhance the
entire business community of Haddon-
field.
However, the Partnership along with the
borough have narrowed their interests to
promote only Kings Highway while taxing
all of the business and professionals of
Haddonfield. Including those that exist off
of Kings Highway.
This is no fault of the hardworking vol-
unteers on the Partnership, who dedicate
their time freely and willingly to create a
better Haddonfield. It is the doing of the
borough commissioners and administrator
who oversee the Partnership and who con-
tinue to neglect the value all businesses
bring to Haddonfield.
The questions at hand is, has the Part-
nership out-lived its usefulness? Has the
time has come to put an end to the Partner-
ship?
Very few attend First Friday and many
retailers dont even stay open, professional
networking meetings are attended by the
same 15 individuals, business retention is
poor, the retail recruiter, does not recruit
for businesses off Kings Highway or pro-
fessionals vacant office space.
In these tough economic times where
businesses and professionals are trying to
stay afloat, the time has come to examine
the value of the Partnership.
Mary Burke
6 THE HADDONFIELD SUN OCT. 31-NOV. 6, 2012
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Election letters
Letters to the editor regarding the
November election are posted to our
website at www.haddonfieldsun.com. We
will continue to post letters to the editor
at our website up to election day.
T
he presidential and vice presi-
dential debates are over. Some
of the comments and issues
that received the most attention:
Big Bird.
Malarkey.
Binders of women.
A passive President Obama.
An aggressive President Obama.
Jeremy the college kid who was
promised a job.
Mitt Romneys kid wanting to punch
the president.
Horses and bayonets.
And a moderator who confused the
presidents name with that of a well-
known and now-deceased terrorist.
Indeed, these were some of the is-
sues that grabbed immediate atten-
tion. Some news outlets measured the
number of Tweets about them.
Fortunately, Tweets are irrelevant.
We cant really blame people for
their instant reactions when someone
launches a zinger or makes a mistake.
Its human nature. So is declaring a
winner, commenting on the candi-
dates demeanors and emotions and
otherwise taking instant notice of the
more obvious and entertaining mo-
ments of the debates.
But we give both the president and
Romney credit for bringing not only
passion (some might say too much pas-
sion) to the debates, but also a willing-
ness to exchange about real issues.
Those paying only a little attention to
the debates couldnt help but see true
differences in the candidates, their
plans if they are elected and their ap-
proach to governing.
The two seldom agreed (except, per-
haps, on more issues in the last debate
over foreign policy). They punched and
counter-punched. Each stood his
ground. And both set forth dramatical-
ly different visions for the nation.
We have less than a week to go be-
fore Election Day and a hotly contested
race, at least with the popular vote. We
also have a clear idea of what each can-
didate will do if he is elected. While
the quips got the spotlight, both candi-
dates did a good job of delivering
meaningful messages.
in our opinion
Debates are done
At the least, voters now can see clear differences between the candidates
Debates deliver
Zingers got a lot of attention, but both
candidates delivered their messages.
letters to the editor
Head to these kid friendly events at the
Haddonfield Public Library in November.
Preschool Story Time for ages 3 to 5 will
is Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesdays
at 1:30 p.m. Toddler Time for ages 2 to 3 is
Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Decorate ginger-
bread men at Preschool Story Time on Nov.
13 and 14 and at Toddler Time on Nov. 15.
Read to a dog on alternate Tuesdays
(Visa 4 to 5 p.m.) and Thursdays (Desi: 4 to 5
p.m.)
Call (856) 429-1304 or visit the library to
sign up for a 15-minute session. The library
will also be closed on Nov. 6, 12 and 22.
Kids events planned at Haddonfield Library
By KATHLEEN DUFFY
The Haddonfield Sun
Haddonfield students have en-
sured that praise continues to
flow into the district since Gov.
Christies visit at the school
years start.
Nine Haddonfield Memorial
High School students have re-
ceived honors from the 2013 Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Pro-
gram through their PSAT score
results as juniors.
There are two pools of recog-
nized students, said Dean of Stu-
dents Tracy Matozzo at the Board
of Educations Thursday, Oct. 25
meeting.
Students Justin Kamerling and
Taylor Ng are semi-finalists, Ma-
tozzo said.
They ranked in the top 10,000
students out of the approximately
1.5 million who took the test.
In the second type of recogni-
tion, classmates David Adams,
Kelley Lin, Joshua Lloret, Louis
McGuigan, Joseph Moramarco,
Morgan Sehdev and the boards
student representative, Bridget
Yako, were commended for scor-
ing in the top 34,000, Matozzo
said.
Learn more about the program
by visiting www.nationalmerit.org.
The curtains recently closing
on Anne Frank were mentioned
in Yakos report to the board.
The students were extraordi-
nary, said Superintendent
Richard Perry, calling the play
powerful.
The production took place in
the freshly renovated auditorium
at the high school, equipped with
an $80,000 sound system.
In all, the district spent over
$160,000 in improvements, Perry
said, and there are plans to add
lighting and new curtains to aid
in the auditoriums transforma-
tion to a remarkable perform-
ing arts center.
Discussion was had on how to
be efficient with energy uses.
Energy liaison Charlie
Bergdoll said he thinks its worth-
while to look at different ways to
be cost efficient.
Energy companies, he said,
look to sources such as vending
machines night usage, as well as
changing urinals, toilets and
faucets for energy conservation.
In his superintendents report,
Perry detailed updates in the on-
going Bancroft initiative.
Remington and Vernick Engi-
neers have finished phase one of
due diligence at the property and
are moving into phase two, he
said.
The Board voted to approve a
special meeting to be held on
Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 7:30 p.m. tenta-
tively in the high school library to
further discuss the wording of
the bond referendum and to
speak about the bond amount.
The meeting would be central-
ly timed between the previously
scheduled Nov. 15 and Dec. 13
meetings, Perry said.
Also in his report, Perry said a
wide range of residents ques-
tions were answered at the recent
annual town meeting of the Had-
donfield Civic Association.
That was a very positive expe-
rience as well, he said.
The next Board of Education
meeting is scheduled for Thurs-
day, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Haddon-
field Memorial High Schools li-
brary.
Students recognized
for academic achievement
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WEDNESDAY OCT. 31
Rising Sun Lodge No. 15, F&AM,
Regular Communication: Had-
donfield Masonic Temple, 16
Kings Highway East. Members
Dinner $10, 6:30 p.m. Lodge
Opening at 7:30 p.m. Visit
www.risingsunlodge.org for more
information.
Partnership for Haddonfield meet-
ing: 8:30 a.m. at Borough Hall.
Visit www.haddonfieldnj.org for
more information.
Overeaters Anonymous: 9 a.m. at
First Presbyterian Church. Call
(609) 239-0022 or visit
www.southjersey.org for informa-
tion.
Grace Church Worship Service: 7
to 7:30 a.m. 19 Kings Highway
East, Haddonfield. Email
office@gracehaddon.org for
information.
Line dancing: 1:30 to 3 p.m. at
Mabel Kay Hospitality House,
Senior Citizen Center. Call 354-
8789 for more information.
Preschool Storytime: Haddonfield
Public Library. 1:30 p.m. Ages 3 to
5. Call 429-1304 for information.
Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. at
Mount Olivet Baptist Church, 202
Douglass Ave., Haddonfield.
First Baptist Church Youth Group:
7 p.m. September through June.
124 Kings Highway East, Haddon-
field.
Wednesday Night Prayer: 7 p.m. at
Haddonfield Bible Church. 324
Belmont Ave., Haddonfield.
Evening Meeting: 7:30 p.m. at First
Church of Christ, Scientist, 355
Kings Highway East, Haddonfield.
Hymns, testimonies of healing
and inspirational readings from
the Bible and Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures, by
Mary Baker Eddy.
THURSDAY NOV. 1
Haddonfield Lions Club meeting: 6
p.m. at Tavistock Country Club.
Call 429-3525 for information.
Grace Church Worship Service:
9:30 to 10 a.m. with healing serv-
ice. 19 Kings Highway East, Had-
donfield. Email office@gracehad-
don.org for information.
Art Workplace: Mabel Kay House. 9
a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Call
354-8789 for more information.
Toddlertime: Haddonfield Public
Library. 10:30 a.m. Ages 2 to 3.
Call 429-1304 for information.
FRIDAY NOV. 2
First Friday Celebration: Downtown
Haddonfield. 5 to 9 p.m. Visit
www.shophaddonfieldnj.com for
information.
Friday Program: Mabel Kay House.
12:30 to 2 p.m. Call 354-8789 for
more information.
Kiwanis Club of the Haddons
meeting: 12:15 p.m. at Tavistock
Country Club. Visit www.haddon-
skiwanis.com to join or for more
information.
Rockabye Readers: Ages 9 to 24
months with a caregiver. 10:30
a.m. at Haddonfield Public
Library. For more information visit
www.haddonfieldlibrary.org.
SATURDAY NOV. 3
Grace Church Worship Service:
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. 19 Kings High-
way East, Haddonfield. Email
office@gracehaddon.org for
information.
Farmers Market: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Kings Court in the center of town,
Kings Highway. May through
October. Free parking. Visit
www.haddonfieldfarmersmar-
ket.org for more information.
Haddonfield United Methodist
Church Worship: Casual worship
at 5 p.m. in the chapel.
SUNDAY NOV. 4
Lutheran Church of Our Savior:
Traditional/classic worship serv-
ices with Holy Communion at 8
and 10:30 a.m. Sunday school
10:30 a.m. for children age 3
through sixth grade. Reflections
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 educa-
tion (adults) from 10:30 to 11:30
a.m. Christian education (chil-
dren) from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Nursery available. 19 Kings High-
way East, Haddonfield.
Haddonfield United Methodist
Church: Contemporary worship 9
a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Traditional
worship 10:30 a.m. in the sanctu-
ary. 29 Warwick Road, Haddon-
field.
Mount Olivet Baptist Church: Sun-
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day school at 8:30 a.m. Morning
worship at 9:30 a.m. 202 Dou-
glass Ave., Haddonfield.
First Baptist Church: Adult Bible
study at 9:30 a.m. Childrens Sun-
day school at 11:15 a.m. Worship
service at 11 a.m.; childcare pro-
vided. 124 Kings Highway East,
Haddonfield.
Haddonfield Bible Church: Morning
prayer at 9:30 a.m. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Sunday worship
at 11 a.m. Evening worship at 6:30
p.m. 324 Belmont Ave., Haddon-
field.
First Presbyterian Church: Tradi-
tional worship at 8:15 a.m. in the
chapel. Family service at 9:30
a.m. in the sanctuary. Traditional
worship at 11 a.m. in the sanctu-
ary. 20 Kings Highway East, Had-
donfield.
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Service at 10 a.m. Sunday school
for children at 10 a.m. 355 Kings
Highway East, Haddonfield.
MONDAY NOV. 5
Monday Morning Prayer: 8 a.m. at
Mount Olivet Baptist Church, 202
Douglass Ave., Haddonfield.
TUESDAY NOV. 6
Haddonfield Planning Board meet-
ing: 7:30 p.m. in Borough Hall
auditorium, 242 Kings Highway
East. Visit www.haddonfieldnj.org
to confirm meeting time and for
agenda.
Bridge: 12:30 p.m. at Mabel Kay Hos-
pitality House, Senior Citizen
Center. Call 354-8789 for more
information.
Lite Aerobics: 1 p.m. at Mabel Kay
Hospitality House, Senior Citizen
Center. Call 354-8789 for more
information.
Preschool Storytime: Haddonfield
Public Library. 10:30 a.m. Ages 3
to 5. Call 429-1304 for informa-
tion.
CALENDAR
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five teens, who were confirmed in
May 2010 at their church, in pro-
ducing the sandwiches.
Pease purchases the ingredi-
ents. Each sandwich-making ses-
sion requires 28 loaves of bread,
15 pounds of peanut butter and 15
pounds of jelly and produces 308
sandwiches for those in need.
In all, it costs about $65 for each
grocery trip, though the price of
peanut butter has risen.
It really helps us, said
Colleen Rini, development direc-
tor at Cathedral Kitchen.
The sandwiches are placed in
take-home bags for guests to the
kitchen to provide for a next-day
meal or for the person to pass
along to someone else in need,
Rini said, along with other dona-
tions of canned goods that
were not used in the days hot
meal.
The service facility is located
on Federal Street and serves ap-
proximately 9,000 hot meals a
month from Mondays to Satur-
days, which amounts to about 400
people being served daily on aver-
age.
According to its website, The
people who come to the Kitchen
to eat are among the poorest resi-
dents of the city (of Camden): the
homeless, the jobless, those with
disabilities or addiction prob-
lems, the working poor. They
range in age from infants to the
elderly; but whatever their age,
everyone in need is welcomed at
the Kitchen and given a hearty
meal.
There is also a culinary arts
training program as well as a den-
tal and medical clinic on-site, said
Rini.
At the Pease home, sandwich
duties are split between volun-
teers.
One room mans jelly, another
peanut butter. Another group
puts them together, cuts them and
puts them in bags.
The five boys have rarely
missed a production day.
They do have fun getting to-
gether, said Pease. Its been a
good experience.
While the group has produced
more than 20,000 sandwiches
since beginning their efforts, they
are not ready to zip their last bag
shut just yet.
The goal is to reach 30,000 sand-
wiches by June 2014, which is
when the five teens will graduate
from high school, said Pease.
Its nice that theyre still
doing it into their fourth year
now, he said.
Currently, they are on target to
reach their goal on time.
Weve always stressed service
with the boys, he said, explain-
ing that the project has helped
them learn to help those in need.
You can do good works and
you can still have fun doing it, he
added.
It takes roughly an hour to pro-
duce the sandwiches with usually
a range of 12 to 15 volunteers in-
volved in a night.
About 40 people in the commu-
nity have, at one point or another,
volunteered with the effort, Pease
said.
Its been nice to reach out to
the neighbors and keep them in-
volved, he said.
Cathedral Kitchen still needs
help from the surrounding com-
munity.
They still need volunteers to
help serve the dinners, Pease
said.
And in a Haddonfield home,
the production line continues,
though it is not monotonous.
Pease chooses another word.
Its fun, he said.
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Michael W. Maher
Oct. 18, 2012
Michael W. Maher, age 73,
passed away with his family by
his side on Oct. 18, 2012. He was
the beloved
husband of 46
years of Carol
L. (nee Lieber-
man), dear fa-
ther of David
Maher and
Heather
Maher Hickey
(Erich), broth-
er of Mary
Nugent,
Joseph Maher
and the late James Maher.
His grandchildren Caitlin,
Liam, Bridget and Clare also sur-
vive Maher.
Maher was born July 31, 1939,
in Brooklyn, N.Y., to the late
James Vincent Maher and Mar-
garet Cummins Maher.
He attended Fairfield Universi-
ty and two years of law school at
Fordham law.
He found his true passion in
healthcare consulting and paved
the way for healthcare reform.
Maher was beloved by every-
one that he touched.
He was a remarkable man, hus-
band, father and grandfather.
He was kind, gentle, logical,
bright, wise, courageous and al-
ways positive.
Maher was and will continue to
be a source of inspiration for his
children. His family is incredibly
grateful for him.
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions to the American Heart Asso-
ciation, 1617 John F. Kennedy
Blvd., Suite 700, Philadelphia, Pa.
19103 or the Leukemia and Lym-
phoma Society, 555 North Lane,
Suite 5010, Conshohocken, Pa.
19428 would be appreciated.
The Donohue Funeral Home,
366 W. Lancaster Avenue, Wayne,
Pa., made arrangements.
Online condolences can be di-
rected to www.donohuefuneral-
home.com.
James F. McCloy
Oct. 23, 2012
James Jim F. McCloy, age 71,
of Newark, Del., passed away
peacefully, with his wife Ginger
by his side, on
Tuesday, Oct.
23 at his home.
Jim was
born in Had-
donfield and
was a gradu-
ate of Haddon-
field High
School.
He received
his masters
degree in his-
tory from Glassboro State Col-
lege.
He began his career at Wilm-
ington University, where he was a
full-time and part-time adjunct
professor for 42 years.
Jim also worked full-time for
the State of DE Department of
Labor.
He was a writer, author and co-
author of three books, including
The Jersey Devil.
He was an expert on folklore,
giving speeches and doing inter-
views. He also enjoyed genealogy,
boxing and football.
He is survived by his loving
wife of 47 years, Ginger, his chil-
dren, Karen Karl (Chris), David
McCloy (Theresa), his grandchil-
dren, Brian, Megan, Marissa and
Melanie, and by his sister, Carol
Greenamyer (Rich).
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions in memory of Jim may be
sent to, Jesus House, 2501 Old
Milltown Road, Wilmington, DE
19808 or to Tuckerton Seaport, 120
West Main St., P.O. Box 52, Tuck-
erton, N.J. 08087.
To send online condolences,
please visit www.dohertyfh.com.
Wayne D. Munz
Oct. 21, 2012
Suddenly on Oct. 21, 2012,
Wayne D. Munz passed away.
He was the loving husband of
Debbie C. Munz; dear father of
Ashley and Kevin Munz of Had-
don Township; beloved brother-
in-law of Nancy Zmijewski
(Christopher); Pat Munz (widow
of Wayne's late brother Ed);
Denise Williams (Bobby); and
Diane Scavone (Dave).
He is also survived by his
nephews, Kenneth Munz, Jake
Scavone, Joe Williams, Tom Zmi-
jewski, Matt Zmijewski, niece
Malorie Fiore and his constant
companion and beloved dog,
Shadow.
Munz was an avid Phillies fan
and a devoted supporter of his
alma mater, Penn State.
Munzs family was to receive
friends on Saturday, Oct. 27 in
Sayre Pavilion at the Haddonfield
United Methodist Church, 29
Warwick Road.. Interment was to
be private.
Memorial donations may be
made in Munzs name to North-
Star VETS, 315 Robbinsville-Al-
lentown Road, Robbinsville, N.J.
08691 or via their online giving
site at www.vet-i-care.org.
Arrangements were made by
Kain-Murphy Funeral Services of
Haddonfield.
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The Haddonfield Professionals
Committee of the Partnership for
Haddonfield will be hosting their
next monthly First Friday Net-
working Event on Friday, Nov. 2
from 8 to 9 a.m. at Susquehanna
Bank, located at 110 Kings High-
way East, Haddonfield.
The Haddonfield Professionals
First Friday Networking features
one hour of networking and busi-
ness card exchanging for local
professionals in Haddonfield and
surrounding Camden County
communities, including
Collingswood, Haddon Heights,
Moorestown and Cherry Hill.
Ten percent off Haddonfield
town-wide gift certificates will be
available during the networking
session.
Complimentary coffee and dan-
ishes will also be provided.
The Haddonfield Professionals
First Friday Networking Event is
free to attend and no registration
is required.
For more information, visit
www.HaddonfieldProfessionals.
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that Midge McCauley recom-
mended the change.
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formula, as explained by the bor-
oughs retail coordinator, Remi
Fortunato, should have no more
than 20 percent of special servic-
es in a town and should never
occur on a main street.
For personal services estab-
lishments already operating in
the downtown corridor, it will be
business as usual.
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called a pre-existing non-con-
forming use, said Borden.
Another ordinance, amending
chapter 232, Vehicles and Traffic
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The yield sign currently in
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Domestic violence
A shared services arrange-
ment with Cherry Hill for a vic-
tims services domestic violence
response team (DVRT) was au-
thorized at the meeting.
Representatives from the pro-
gram, Side-by-Side, were on
hand to accept a proclamation
from the commissioners for Do-
mestic Violence Awareness Month.
Colombi said she is grateful for
their work.
Its an enormously important
thing you do, said Borden.
The program will assist the
Haddonfield Police Department
with counseling services for vic-
tims of domestic violence consis-
tent with state guidelines.
According to Cherry Hill
Townships website, The Side by
Side DVRT is composed of
trained volunteer citizens who re-
spond to the police departments
on an on-call basis. All volunteers
go through a rigorous screening
process followed by an intensive
40 hours of training. Upon suc-
cessful completion of the train-
ing, volunteers are able to speak
to victims in a confidential na-
ture.
Goals, according to the website,
include decreasing emotional
trauma, increasing education
for victims to make better deci-
sions about options and increas-
ing access to community re-
sources.
We do appreciate it, said
Chief John Banning of the work
of the programs members.
Next meeting
The next meeting of the com-
missioners is scheduled for
Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in
room 102 of Borough Hall.
Next meeting is on Nov. 7
NEXT
Continued from page 3
The awarding of the Presi-
dents Call to Service Award to
outgoing Club President Anson
Andy Wager highlighted the
89th annual Kiwanis Club of the
Haddons Installation Gala on Oct.
7.
Wager, of Barrington, received
the national award, including a
letter from President Barack
Obama, recognizing his lifetime
achievement in providing service
to others with the Kiwanis Club,
Southern New Jersey Council
Boy Scouts of America, and Bat-
tleship NJ.
Incoming Kiwanis Club Presi-
dent Pamela DePompo presented
the award.
The Corporation for National
and Community Service spear-
heads award nominations.
DePompo, of Haddonfield, ex-
ecutive director of Healing the
Children New Jersey, was in-
stalled as club president by N.J.
Kiwanis Division 3 Lieutenant
Governor Kaitlin McCann, of
Washington Township.
Installed to terms as club direc-
tors were Milton Smith, RA, a
senior associate with Kitchen &
Associates Services in
Collingswood, and Larry Driscoll,
on the staff of Samaritan Hospice
in Marlton.
Margaret Henry-Parker, an ex-
ecutive with Camden County
Council on Economic Opportuni-
ty, was installed as club treasurer.
On behalf of the Trenton Ki-
wanis Club, Kiwanis N.J. District
Gov. Joseph Teti presented the
Home Club of GovernorElect to
John Jack Wilson, Esq., of Had-
don Township. Wilson will be-
come NJ District Kiwanis Gover-
nor for the 2013-2014 program
year. Wilson currently serves as
Secretary to The Haddons Kiwa-
nis Club.
The Kiwanis Club of the Had-
dons proudly sponsors Key Clubs
at Eastern High School, Cherry
Hill High School East, and a club
in formation at Haddonfield Me-
morial High School.
The club is looking to bring Ak-
tion Clubs and Builders Clubs to
area schools.
The club created and main-
tains the Little Timber Creek Na-
ture Trail at the Devon Road
Sports Complex in Haddon
Heights.
Kiwanis is a global organiza-
tion of volunteers dedicated to
changing the world one child and
one community at a time. The Ki-
wanis Club of the Haddons meets
Fridays at 12:15 p.m. at Tavistock
Country Club. All citizens con-
cerned with improving the lives
of children in our community are
welcome to join.
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Join the YMCA of Burlington
and Camden Counties, in part-
nership with Canals Bottlestop,
Route 70, Marlton, for the third
annual Wine & Food Classic on
Friday Nov. 2.
V.I.P. reception and admission
will be from 5 to 6:30 p.m. with
regular admission from 6:30 to
9:30 p.m.
The classic will held at Tavis-
tock Country Club, 100 Tavistock
Lane, Haddonfield.
This years event benefits the
Ys Community Support Cam-
paign that provides services to
children and families in Burling-
ton and Camden counties regard-
less of their ability to pay.
Guests will enjoy more than
700 of South Jerseys finest selec-
tion of wines and dishes prepared
by premium chefs. A limited
number of tickets will be sold for
a V.I.P. reception, featuring premi-
um wine and menu selections.
V.I.P. tickets are priced at $175,
or $150 for YMCA members.
There is limited available and in-
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wine and menu selections.
Tickets are available at
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Joanne Bogrett, director of devel-
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Haddonfield Memorial High
School tennis coach Jeff Holman
provided the following tennis
scores.
On Wednesday, Oct. 23 in the
Tournament of Champions final
road, Haddonfield girls tennis de-
feated Millburn 3-2.
The win brought Haddonfield
to 32-0 for the season.
In first singles, Taylor Ng, Had-
donfield, defeated Jane Bary 6-0,
6-0.
In second singles, Amanda
Lanciano, Haddonfield, defeated
Lauren Cohen 6-3, 7-6 (7-2).
In third singles, Victoria Mar-
tinez, Haddonfield, defeated Jia-
Ling Tuan 6-0, 6-0.
In first doubles, Stephanie
Chen Schmidt and Patricia Chau,
Millburn, defeated Arpie
Senopoulos and Erica Pascocello
4-6, 6-3, 6-1.
In second doubles, Sandy Xie
and Rebecca Mandel, Millburn,
defeated Chelsea Brown and
Sylvia Strauss 6-0, 6-2.
On Tuesday, Oct. 23, Haddon-
field girls tennis defeated Pingry
4-1.
In first singles, Taylor Ng, Had-
donfield, defeated Madison
Stevens 6-3, 6-1.
In second singles, Amanda
Lanciano, Haddonfield, defeated
Christina Zajkowski 6-3, 6-1.
In third singles, Victoria Mar-
tinez, Haddonfield, defeated
Naomi Wong 6-4, 6-1.
In first doubles, Arpie
Senopoulos and Erica Pascocello,
Haddonfield, defeated Stephanie
Carr and Michaela Scrudato 6-7
(5-7) , 6-3, 6-3.
In second doubles, Kelly Mao
and Jacquie Jakimowicz, Pingry,
defeated Chelsea Brown and
Sylvia Strauss 6-2, 6-2.
On Saturday, Oct. 20, Haddon-
field girls tennis defeated their
opponents in the South Jersey In-
terscholastic Championships
semifinal round.
In the singles semifinals,
Amanda Lanciano, Haddonfield,
defeated Ania Krawiec, Bishop
Eustace, 6-2, 6-1.
In doubles semifinals, Erica
Pascocello and Arpie Senopoulos,
Haddonfield, defeated Tyler Haaz
and Paige Leone, Cherry Hill
East, 6-2, 6-2; and Chelsea Brown
and Sylvia Strauss, Haddonfield,
defeated Haley Krachman
and Rachel Rha, Mainland, 6-3, 6-
4.
On Sunday, Oct 21, Breezy Mar-
avich, Moorestown, defeated
Amanda Lanciano, Haddonfield,
6-3, 3-6, 6-4 in the singles final
round.
On Saturday, Oct. 20, Haddon-
field girls tennis defeated their
opponents in the Colonial Confer-
ence Tennis Tournaments sin-
gles semifinals.
Victoria Martinez, Haddon-
field, defeated Maddie Graziani,
Woodbury, 6-4, 6-2.
Amanda Lanciano, Haddon-
field, defeated Sophy Siv,
Collingswood, 6-0, 6-0.
On Friday, Oct. 19 Haddonfield
girls tennis defeated Princeton
Day 5-0.
In first singles, Taylor Ng, Had-
donfield, defeated Samantha
Asch 7-5, 6-2.
In second singles, Amanda
Lanciano, Haddonfield, defeated
Emily Dyckman 6-0, 6-0.
In third singles, Victoria Mar-
tinez, Haddonfield, defeated Mary
Atkeson 6-0, 6-1.
In first doubles, Erica Pascocel-
lo and Arpie Senopoulos, Haddon-
field, defeated Devika Kumar and
Charlotte Zaininger 6-3, 6-0.
In second doubles, Chelsea
Brown and Sylvia Strauss, Had-
donfield, defeated Shriya Ramesh
and Anna Kovacevich 6-4, 6-0.
tennis results
Annual Wine & Food Classic set for Nov. 2
Symphony in C, under the lead-
ership of music director Rossen
Milanov, is pleased to announce a
new Chamber Music Series to be
held at the Markeim Arts Center
in Haddonfield.
The season was to open on Oct.
6 when Symphony in Cs musi-
cians was to present Prokokievs
Flute Sonata.
On Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013, at 8
p.m., Symphony in Cs musicians
will present Mendelssohns Piano
Trio.
The program features Sympho-
ny in Cs concertmaster Stefani
Collins and Principal cellist Bron-
wyn Banerdt.
The concert begins with Felix
Mendelssohns Piano Trio, No. 1
in D minor, Op. 49. The concert
concludes with Robert Schu-
manns Piano Trio, No. 2 in F
major, Op. 80.
On Saturday, April 13, 2013, at 8
p.m., Symphony in C will present
Haydns String Quartet.
The program begins with
Giuseppe Tartinis Trumpet Con-
certo in D major, D53, featuring
Caleb Hudson on trumpet. Joseph
Haydns The Seven Last Words
of Christ will conclude the pro-
gram.
Tickets are currently available
for $25 each.
Symphony in C concerts are
wheelchair accessible. Large
print programs are available at
all concerts.
For more information on Sym-
phony in C, visit our website at
www.SymphonyinC.org or call
(856) 963-6683.
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Impressive turnout for
Taste of Haddonfield event
The Haddonfield Professionals
Committee of the Partnership for
Haddonfield hosted its annual A
Taste of Haddonfield network-
ing event on Tuesday, Oct. 2 at
Haddonfields Fulton Bank.
Food was provided by several
of Haddonfield eateries, includ-
ing: The Little Tuna, The Apron,
The British Chip Shop, Ludovi-
cos, Dream Puffz, Villa Rosa,
Cross Culture, Animo Juice and
da Soli, along with wines from
Andreottis Viennese Caf, cour-
tesy of Fulton Bank.
Our annual A Taste of Had-
donfield networking event had
an impressive turnout. It was the
perfect opportunity to unite the
Haddonfield professional commu-
nity while meeting new people
and catching up with old friends,
said Rosanne Tizzano, Profession-
als Committee chair and vice-
president of Haddonfields
Susquehanna Bank.
The Haddonfield Professionals
Committee also hosts monthly
networking events on the first
Friday of every month from 8 to 9
a.m. at various businesses
throughout Haddonfield.
Visit www.HaddonfieldProfes-
sionals.org for more information.
Tickets available for Symphony in C new chamber music series
Special to The Sun
Haddonfield Coach
Nick Baker recently
celebrated his
150th dual meet
win in a row. The
cross-country team
is currently busy
training for invita-
tional meets. Check
next weeks Had-
donfield Sun for a
full profile on the
team and coach.
Coach celebrates 150th dual meet win
Special to The Sun
The Haddonfield Girls U11 Bulldawgs won the George Pratt Me-
morial Columbus Day Tournament held in Cape May. The girls
won all four of their tournament games, giving up only one goal
for the entire weekend. First row: Sophia Cucinotta, Jordan
Siok, Caroline Mroz, Madison Lavine. Second Row: Maya
Olimpio, Hallie Hatcher, Ava Berzanski, Grace Kegler, Molly
Park, Catherine Kelly, Rachel Bonnet, Natalayna Purnell, Briana
Parker, Kyra Orem. Third row: Assistant Coach Brian Parker,
Assistant Coach Phil Vecchiolli, Head Coach Bob Bonnet, Lind-
sey Vecchiolli, Assistant Coach Dean Cucinotta, Assistant
Coach Jay Park. Not pictured was Julia Lynn.
Bulldawgs win tournament
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$245,000 (6125610)
HADDONFIELD 33 Lafayette Avenue
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427 Lakeview Avenue
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$329,000 (6116850)
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423 West Euclid Avenue
Charming two-story Cape Cod Style Home that features
can entry foyer, formal living room and dining room, eat-in
kitchen, den/breakfast room, family room, 3 bedrooms,
1.5 baths, finished basement with game room, fenced yard
and one car garage.
$359,000 (5952756)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243 Text JRWEAANM to 64842
634 South Edge Park Drive
Large, spacious Split Level Style Home that features a formal
living room with fireplace, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen,
family room, sun room, master suite, possible 4th bedroom
or office, 2.5 baths, full basement and off street parking.
$349,000
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243
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125 Warwick Road
Three story Dutch Colonial with 6 bedrooms & 1.5 baths on a
huge .47 acre lot. Needs updating but is priced accordingly.
An opportunity to restore this home to its original grandeur!
$429,000 (6095218)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239 Text JRWEAAWC to 64842
33 Chews Landing Road
Charming Carriage House re-built 11 years
ago with everything new from the outside wall in.
On a .64 acre lot, this 2 BR 2 full BA home has a MBR
suite with a luxurious MBA. Just blocks to shops,
schools and public transportation.
$689,000 (6127658)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239
80 Chews Landing Road
Custom designed French Country Home located in desirable
Historic Haddonfield that features, four bedrooms, 2.5 baths,
four fireplaces, formal living room and dining room, a dream
kitchen, beautiful English conservatory, professionally land-
scaped grounds and is exquisitely appointed throughout.
$1,265,000 (6002801)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243 Text JRWEAAQC to 64842
Haddonfield
856-428-5150 Ninety Tanner Street Haddonfield, NJ