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Artwork to inspire voters

Haddonfield Middle School students create signs for civic project

By BRIGIT BAUMA

The Sun

As Haddonfield residents went to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8, they may have noticed some very colorful sandwich boards that pointed out where to vote. Haddonfield Middle School stu- dents did their part to get the pub- lic out and voting by putting up signs they designed as part of a civic art project last year, saying “Vote Here.” The point of the project was to teach students about democracy and to get the students’ art in the eye public, as well as to encourage the commu- nity to vote. “This whole year this election has been on everyone’s mind, es- pecially with the presidential election. We thought putting out the signs to encourage voting again (would be great),” said Caren Izzo, civics and govern- ment teacher at Haddonfield Mid- dle School.

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Election Day

Election Day BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun Haddonfield resident Lindsey Murphy, with her daughter Ellie, voted at Borough

BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun

Haddonfield resident Lindsey Murphy, with her daughter Ellie, voted at Borough Hall Tuesday, Nov. 8, like many residents within her district. More than 5,200 Haddonfield residents voted at the polls Election Day to have their voices heard. For a story on how residents voted, please see page 6.

Holiday happenings

Haddonfield gets ready for the season with tree lighting, candlelight shopping, more

By BRIGIT BAUMA

The Sun

Lately, you might have noticed people putting seasonal lights around trees in downtown Had- donfield. The borough is getting ready for the holiday season with a number of winter events. From Small Business Weekend to Mid- night Monday to First Night, downtown Haddonfield has many ways to go holiday shopping, spend time with family or just have a good time. “I love how magical downtown looks with all of the white lights on the trees. It makes the down- town look so festive and magical,” Partnership for Haddonfield re- tail recruiter Remi Fortunato said. “(For this holiday season), we have something for everyone.” Friday, Nov. 25 is the kick-off to the holiday season with the start of Candlelight Shopping and Small Business Weekend. Candle- light Shopping will start at 6 p.m. with luminarias lighting up the sidewalks, complementing the trees shining brightly with daz- zling lights. Small Business Weekend, going on until Sunday, Nov. 27, puts a spotlight on the local businesses in town, encour- aging people to shop within their community.

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every year is to remind peo- ple to shop locally and keep the dol- lars in the commu- nity. When you shop downtown, 80 cents for every dollar goes back into the community,” Fortunato said. Residents and visitors are wel- come to attend a tree lighting of the Borough Holiday Tree on Nov. 25 at Library Point at 6 p.m., fol- lowed by a parade featuring Santa Claus to Kings Court. Musical performances during this kick-off evening will include Haddonfield’s Pick Up Band, the Mp4! Quartet, Shades of Harmo- ny Chorus, Cherry Hill Pine

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Norman A. Yeager, of Cherry Hill and formerly of Haddon- field, passed away on Nov. 7 at the age of 71. He was the beloved husband of Carole (nee Kelling); devoted father of Carrie Yeager of Austin, Texas; Megan (Cody) Vanderslice of Atlanta, Ga., and Jeff (Meghan) Yeager of Audubon; cherished grandfather of Mason and Cole; and dear brother of Carolyn (Tom) Virgil

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We overwhelmingly said “no” to North Jersey casinos

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New Jersey voters got it right

when they voted “no” on the ballot question that would have allowed for expanded gambling options in North Jersey. The referendum question asked vot- ers whether they would approve of amending the state constitution to allow two casinos to be built at least 72 miles north of Atlantic City. Not only did voters say “no” to that, they did so at a historic rate. As of last Wednesday morning, the ballot question was voted down by more than 1.5 million votes, according to Associated Press projections. That’s the largest margin of defeat for any referendum in New Jersey’s history. The previous holder of that title was a

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question that sought approval to build a professional baseball stadium at the Meadowlands complex; that vote failed by “only” 500,000 votes. The majority of the electorate cast its votes along the line of what we have been saying for awhile now: New Jersey doesn’t need more gambling; it needs a refining and retuning of what it already has in Atlantic City. We don’t need to look at other loca- tions to place the same type of gam- bling and casino resorts. We need to turn around the one location where it

already exists. Atlantic City can get back to the suc- cessful resort town it once was. Yes, it will take hard work, dedication and new, creative views. But it can be done. Legalized sports betting could help overnight, but that’s a discussion for another day. In the meantime, Atlantic City offi- cials need to get creative to attract more visitors to the Jersey Shore town, and build it up as a destination for more than just gambling. The city has focused on this for the last few years, but it needs to do even more. We applaud New Jersey voters who said “no” to more of the same. This needs to not be a North Jersey versus South Jersey issue. It needs to be an issue that our entire state tackles head on, for the good of our state economy.

Voters approve municipal referendum question

According to unofficial results, the Open Space Trust Fund looks to continue

By BRIGIT BAUMA

The Sun

Haddonfield’s Open Space Trust Fund will continue, after 73.84 percent of voters approved of the one municipal question on this year’s ballot. According to unofficial results from the Camden County Board of Elections, more than 5,000 Haddonfield res- idents voted on Election Day. “I am very pleased the people of Haddon- field decided to renew (the Open Space Trust Fund) permanently. I think it is a good thing for our town, and I’m happy peo- ple voted for it,” Mayor Jeff Kasko said. According to a borough release, the open space tax levy was set to expire at the end of 2016. With the passing of the question, the maximum tax that could be collected is

one cent, which would raise approximately $225,000 each year. This equates to $49 per year for the borough’s averaged assessed property of $488,481. Borough commissioners have the right to assess the open space tax at less than the maximum amount each year. For the past few years, commissioners have not author- ized the full assessment. Right now, the bor- ough collects at a half cent. “(The passing of the municipal ques- tion) gets rid of uncertainty and allows us to plan better for the future with any open space plans … and we can accumulate every year and not spend it to allow for big- ger (open space) acquisitions, preservations or recreation projects,” Kasko said. The Open Space Trust Fund can be used

for the purchase of land for active recre- ation such as sports fields, passive recre- ation such as walking trails and parks, and conservation of open space; the develop- ment of active and passive recreation on borough-owned land; the maintenance cost for any recreation areas owned by the bor- ough; the purchase and maintenance of historic preservation purposes; and the maintenance of existing historic proper- ties. “The funds can be specifically used at the Bancroft site, the Boxwood property and other needs in places like Crows Woods,” Kasko said. Having such a fund also allows Haddon- field to apply for double the amount of

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The Haddonfield 65 Club cele- brates the holiday season with a trip to Spring Lake, on Tuesday, Dec. 6. The trip will include trans- portation on a luxurious motor coach to Doolan's Restaurant where, upon arrival, all guests will be welcome to a one-hour open bar, with time to relax be- fore their fabulous three course meal. There will be an opportuni- ty to select from three featured entrees. Complementary wine will be served during the meal, followed by a holiday show. The trip will originate at the Wedgewood Swim Club parking lot, located at Center Street and Upland Way in Haddonfield. The motor coach will depart at 9 a.m.

and return around 6 p.m. This trip is sponsored by the Haddonfield 65 Club, but open to everyone. The total cost for transporta- tion, one hour open bar, the meal with complementary wine, and the holiday show is only $75 per person. Reserve your ticket by sending a check to the Haddon- field 65 Club at 110 Rhoads Ave., Haddonfield, N.J. 08033. Mark it to the attention of Bill Brown. Questions contact Brown at (856) 429-4368.

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WEDNESDAY NOV. 16

Afternoon Adventures: Ages 3 to 6.

3:30 p.m. at the Haddonfield Pub- lic Library, 60 N. Haddon Ave.

Historical Society of Haddonfield

speaker: 7:30 p.m. at the Had- donfield Lutheran Church, on the corner of Wood and Wayne Avenue. The historical society hosts Dr. Brian Regal who will speak on The Real Jersey Devil. Attendance is free to members and $5 for non-members.

Senior Scene of Christ the King

Church: 12:30 p.m. at the Christ the King Church. Deanna Sass will give an inspiring talk on "Passing on the Faith to future Generations: The Spiritual Role of Grandparents, Great Aunts and Uncles, and all Elder.” Refresh- ments will be served during the afternoon. Bring a friend and enjoy Sass' presentation. If there are any questions, please call Mary Ellen at (856) 428-8742. Computer Club: 10 a.m. at Mabel Kay Senior Center. Call (856)

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Quaker Worship: 9:15 a.m. at Had- donfield Friends Meeting, 45 Friends Ave. Visitors welcome. Childcare available. Call (856) 428-6242 or visit www.haddon- fieldfriendsmeeting.org.

Grace Church Worship Service: 7

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Haddonfield. Email

office@gracehaddon.org for information. Line Dancing: 1 p.m. at Mabel Kay Senior Center. Call (856) 354- 8789 for more information.

Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. at

Mount Olivet Baptist Church, 202 Douglass Ave., Haddonfield.

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. 17

East,

Toddler Time: Ages 2 to 3. 10:30 a.m. at the Haddonfield Public Library, 60 N. Haddon Ave.

Haddonfield Night Market: 4 p.m.

to 8 p.m. at downtown Haddon- field. The Night Market is back and bigger than ever. Fifteen food

trucks are coming to Haddonfield for residents to sample and enjoy local shops and restaurants. The farmers market will be set up as well in Kings Court. Human Relations Commission meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Borough Hall. Visit www.haddonfieldnj.org for more information. Human Relations Commission meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Borough Hall. Visit www.haddonfieldnj.org for more information.

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Senior Cardio Fun: Noon at Mabel

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Al-Anon meeting: 1 and 6 p.m. at

First Presbyterian Church, floor 2R in the youth lounge. Support group for family and friends of alcoholics.

FRIDAY NOV. 18

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Tickets on sale now for Beatlemania Again

Performance comes to Haddonfield on Nov. 19

Yeah Yeah Yeah! Beatlemania Again returns to the Grace Per- formance Hall in Haddonfield on Saturday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. Beatlemania Again takes audi- ences on a musical journey back in time featuring 30 of The Beat- les' greatest hits performed live on stage. In addition, the show features three amazing costume changes throughout the perform- ance as well. To add to the authen- ticity, Beatlemania Again uses the same musical instruments that the Beatles used in the 1960s

such as Hofner bass guitars, Rick- enbacker guitars, Gretsch gui- tars, Vox amplifiers and Black Oyster Pearl Ludwig drums. The show has excited audiences throughout the United States and Canada, and has shared the stage with highly talented artists such as BJ Thomas, The Grass Roots, The Lovin Spoonful, Chubby Checker and many more. Tickets are on sale at Brown Paper tickets www.brownpapertickets.com/eve

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Community Ecumenical Worship Nov. 20

The Haddonfield Council of Churches will host its annual Thanksgiving Community Ecu- menical Worship at the United Methodist Church of Haddonfield on Warwick Road on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. The service will be led by wor- ship leaders and representatives from various congregations in Haddonfield, and choirs from the

participating Haddonfield churches will combine to lead worshipers and provide an an- them. A free will offering will be received and go toward the $90,000 fundraising goal needed to pack a shipping container for Feed My Starving Children in April. For more information, contact the Lutheran Church of Our Sav- ior at (856) 429-5122.

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10 THE HADDONFIELD SUN — NOV. 16-22, 2016 Haddonfield wins sectionals Photos by Mike Monostra/The Sun

Haddonfield wins sectionals

Photos by Mike Monostra/The Sun

Haddonfield Memorial High School girls soccer won its first sectional championship since 2011 last Fri- day as they defeated Cinnaminson High School, 1-0, in the South Jersey Group II finals. Clockwise from above: The team poses for a picture with the South Jersey Group II championship trophy. Captains No.

16 Jenna Zappetti and No. 22 Sophie Maccarone hold up the South Jersey Group II championship trophy

during the team’s celebration. Freshman Jordan Siok settles down a loose ball during the second half.

Haddonfield freshman Rachel Bonnet battles with Cinnaminson junior Kellyn Weist for the ball. Junior Bella Nugent prepares to take a shot for Haddonfield. Sophomore Nic Green winds up to take a penalty kick in the second half. Green scored on the penalty kick for the game’s only goal.

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Mobile kitchen promotes food literacy

by Freeholder Bill Moen

Access to nutri- tion information and proper food prepara- tion is essential to daily meal planning in order to raise a healthy family. The Camden County Li- brary System has an innovative new tool to assist Camden County residents called Books and Cooks. The centerpiece of the program is

a mobile kitchen complemented by

a collection of books about nutri-

tion, healthy eating and consumer literacy with iPads and a mobile hotspot available. The kitchen can be transported to any of the library’s eight branches and other locations to demonstrate cooking techniques and recipes. The program recently visited the Riletta Cream Branch Library on Ferry Avenue in Camden with a pre- sentation on “Reading Labels and Serving Size Surprise” along with offering guidance on how to select natural foods like whole vegetables and fruits versus packaged goods. Advice was also given on how to interpret nutrition labels on packaged food focused on natural ingredients without preservatives and additives. Attendees were treated to a demon- stration on how to make a “Harvest Wheat Berry Salad” as an example of

a healthy, simple recipe most people

could make at home. The Camden County Library Sys- tem was awarded a $59,000 grant from the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development to promote food literacy in Camden City and other communities through- out the county. The program helps residents at all literacy levels gain skills in reading, consumer math, converting recipes, interpreting nutrition labels and un-

derstanding supermarket signage. The program addresses the need

supermarket signage. The program addresses the need for food and nutrition literacy in communi- ties like

for food and nutrition literacy in communi- ties like Camden that have been designated as ‘food deserts’ by the US Department of Agriculture. The USDA defines a food desert as a community where residents have limited ability to get affordable, nutritious food because they live far from a su- permarket or large grocery store and

don’t have easy access to transporta-

tion. According to the USDA over 60 percent of the state’s food deserts are located in South Jersey’s six coun- ties. Camden, with over 75,000 resi- dents, saw its first new supermarket in 40 years open in 2014, which is still the only operating grocery store in the city. The lack of access to nutritious food and limited literacy skills, such as being unable to read food labels, supermarket signage or understand the cost of food relative to its nutri- tional value, are factors contributing to diagnosed cases of high blood pressure, high cholesterol or Type 2 Diabetes. The Camden County Library’s Books and Cooks mobile kitchen will make this vital information available and help to foster healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime.

For more information, visit the Camden County Library’s webpage at www.camdencountylibrary.org. There you can also find your local branch of the Camden County Li- brary System, along with a list of member communities. If you have any other questions about County services, please call me at (856) 225-5563 or email me at william.moen@camdencounty.com. Also, you can like us on Facebook/ camdencountynj and follow us on Twitter at @camdencountynj.

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First Night celebration returns

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Barons Chorus, Special Occasion Quartet and Three Good Men. Horse-drawn carriage rides will be available for all from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. On Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26, shoppers can enjoy musi- cal performances by Here Comes Treble, Shades Harmony Chorus, Quartet 33, Music by Lou & Kenn and Bell Choir of Lutheran Church of Our Savior from noon to 3 p.m. Horse-drawn carriage rides will also be available during that time. Downtown Haddonfield is also offering town-wide gift certifi- cates at a discounted rate of 10 percent off from 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 25 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 24. Gift certificates can be pur-

chased at the Haddonfield Infor- mation Center, 2 Kings Court, during the center’s hours or on-

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downtownhaddonfield.com. The gift cards are accepted at stores and restaurants throughout downtown Haddonfield. Haddonfield’s Candlelight Shopping will continue every Fri- day throughout the holiday sea- son, offering shoppers exciting gift ideas and in-store holiday spe- cials, as well as live entertain- ment “Candlelight Shopping is a fun time to stroll around, shop, eat and enjoy entertainment for the whole family,” Fortunato said. An outdoor live nativity will also be displayed at the First Bap- tist Church of Haddonfield on Friday, Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. The borough is also offering two Midnight Shopping days. On Monday, Dec. 19, late-night shop-

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pers can explore downtown shops and boutiques until midnight during Haddonfield’s third annu- al Midnight Monday shopping event. In case shoppers didn’t get enough late-night shopping in on Midnight Monday, there will be a Midnight Thursday on Dec. 22. The end of 2016 wouldn’t be complete in Haddonfield without the annual First Night celebra- tion. First Night Haddonfield is a family-oriented, alcohol-free New Year’s Eve festival held on Dec. 31 from 6 p.m. to midnight, featuring entertainment including magic, music, comedy, dance and theater for audiences of all ages. Admit- tance to First Night Haddonfield requires a First Night button costing $15, which is available on- line and at button outlets. For more information about First Night, button sales and to see an entertainment lineup, visit www.firstnighthaddonfield.org.

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Haddonfield Japan Exchange seeks Haddonfield host families for next summer

It seems that it was just a short time ago that 22 Haddonfield stu- dents returned from their trip to Japan. But the Haddonfield Japan Exchange program is already busy at work preparing to host a group of female students from Ka- sukabe, Japan, next summer. At this time, the number of stu- dents who will be heading to Had- donfield is undetermined, as are the dates. Generally it's the last week of July and the first week of August. So what is the committee doing at this time? It is looking for Had- donfield host families to step for- ward and volunteer to host one of these outstanding young ladies. What are the duties of a host family? First, you would need to pro- vide a bedroom or a shared bed- room with someone of like gen- der. Second, provide breakfast in the morning. Don't be too con- cerned; whatever you serve for breakfast is fine. Maybe it is just cereal and juice. These students are here to experience American lifestyle firsthand. The same goes for dinner. If you have pizza one night, that's fine. You don't need to go to any trouble or change your family lifestyle for your guest. It would also be helpful if you have a teenage daughter to share some time with your visitor. In some cases, we accept host broth- ers. Most days the exchange will provide daily group activities as well as lunch. The hosting stu-

dent is welcome to take part in all of the daily activities, without cost. What are some of these ac- tivities? Well, in the past, the HJE has visited New York City, Washing- ton, Baltimore and – of course – historic Philadelphia. The group has gone tubing on the Delaware, taken in the Cowtown Rodeo, gone to the seashore for the day, and a variety of other activities. Generally, the HJE encourages the host family to share a family activity with their guest, which could include whatever your fam- ily enjoys doing. The HJE tries to match the Japanese student with a host fam- ily who has similar interests, such as, art, music, sports, etc. If you have any interest, and would like to submit an applica- tion, just go to the HJE website, www.HJEx.org. You can also check out photos from past ex- changes. Host students are given priori- ty, in student selection, when the HJE travels to Japan again in

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Night Market returns Nov. 17

Food truck event will be expanded with more participants

Downtown Haddonfield will once again celebrate the latest on- the-go food trend with an even bigger and better food truck event during Haddonfield’s second “Haddonfield Night Market” on Thursday, Nov. 17 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., rain or shine. This Night Market will be ex- panded with even more food trucks over a much longer stretch of downtown. Food trucks will be staged along Kings Highway from Borough Hall to the PATCO Speedline. This is a food lover’s dream, where you can find all types of cuisines from barbecue to Italian, Brazilian to Chinese, and even sweet treats, served from themed food trucks that are scheduled to be parked at various Downtown locations. “Our first ‘Haddonfield Night Market’ food truck event was such a great success so we knew

we wanted to do it again, but big- ger!” said Remi Fortunato, retail recruiter for the Partnership for Haddonfield. “Our second Night Market will have even more food choices with twice the amount of food trucks.” The “Haddonfield Night Mar- ket” is taking place during “Late Night Thursdays” when partici- pating downtown businesses and restaurants stay open late. Shop- pers are encouraged to shop the various businesses located along Kings Highway and the charming side streets, Mechanic Street, Ellis Street, Tanner Street, Haddy Lane, Kings Court and Haddon Avenue, while nibbling on scrumptious food truck treats. Food trucks include Baby Blue Rolling Kitchen by Carolina Blue Smokehouse and Taproom; Beast of the Street; Cannoli World; Kevin’s Salad Station; Loco Gringo’s Street Taco Express; Mama’s Meatballs; My Four Suns; Oink and Moo BBQ; P.J. Whelihan’s Wing Truck; Pompi- er's Pierogi Flats; Rio Brazilian Steak Truck; Say Cheese; Sweet Box; The Cow and the Curd; The

Tot Cart; and Undrgrnd Donuts. Various downtown Haddon- field shops and restaurants will also be participating in the “Night Market” food truck event. The Picket Fence and Garden Tea Room will be selling products out- side of its shop, located at 103 Kings Highway East. A Taste of Olive will also be offering sam- ples in front of its store, located at 106 Kings Highway East. Live music will be provided by DJ Frank Staff at Haddy as well as Corner Pocket in the Kings Court gazebo from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Haddonfield Farmers Market will also have tents and products set up in Kings Court from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. During the food truck event, shoppers and foodies are encour- aged to take and share photos of food truck creations as they browse from truck to truck. Be sure to use the hashtag #Haddon- fieldEats when posting to social media. For more information, call the Haddonfield Information Center at (856) 216-7253 or visit www. DowntownHaddonfield.com.

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Free grief support workshop Nov. 17

Samaritan Healthcare and Hos- pice’s Center For Grief Support will provide a free workshop, Cop- ing With The Holidays. on Thurs- day, Nov. 17 at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior, Room 112, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The session will provide a com- fortable and supportive environ- ment for anyone who is facing the holidays after the loss of a loved one. We all grieve in our own way and this workshop reminds us we don’t have to grieve alone. Registration is required by call- ing (856) 596-8550.

Bible discussion focuses on Gospel of Matthew

Adult Bible Discussion at Lutheran Church of Our Savior will continue to focus on the

Gospel of Matthew through Dec.

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Adult Bible Discussion is held Mondays from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. in Room 112. Prior attendance or knowledge of the Scriptures is not required. Bibles are available if you don’t have one.

Haddon Fortnightly meets on Nov. 18

The General Club of the Had- don Fortnightly will be holding its November business meeting on Friday, Nov. 18 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at The Haddon Fortnightly Clubhouse, 301 E. Kings Highway at Grove Street. This month's pro- gram will include the presenter, Alexandra Wills, from Cathedral Kitchen in Camden, who will dis- cuss the mission of Cathedral Kitchen in providing meals, med-

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Project inspired by Next Stop: Democracy!

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The project was inspired by Next Stop: Democracy!, a Philadelphia-based voter engage- ment project that uses public art to increase voter turnout in Philadelphia. Last year, Izzo no- ticed artists working on and put- ting out artistic sandwich boards that said “Vote Here.” Izzo was in- spired and thought it would be a great way to teach students about government and art at the same time. Izzo applied with the Haddon- field Educational Trust to receive a grant to help fund the project, and it was approved. She teamed with art teacher Erika Gehringer for most of the middle school stu- dents to design posters, while the students in the advanced art class created sandwich boards, much like the ones in Philadelphia. In Izzo’s class, she talked about democracy, what it means to be able to vote, voting and voting rights. She said it didn’t matter the children aren’t old enough to vote; it is about educating them early.

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Haddonfield Middle School students’ civic art project was to create sandwich board signs saying ‘Vote Here.’ They were put outside of polling locations on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to let people know where to vote.

past presidents with the words “Who is next? You Decide!”; a red, white and blue three dimensional art piece; and a woman with tex- tured hair. “I thought they were very in- teresting. They all had different interpretations,” Izzo said. The “Vote Here” sandwich boards were first used in the pri- maries in June. Izzo said she and the students heard positive re- sponses from the public. They put out the “Vote Here” signs once again for last week’s general election. Izzo said the re- sponse was positive this time as well. She and four past eighth graders, now ninth graders, got up early to put the signs outside each polling location. At Borough Hall, the students encountered an 84-year-old resident who made sure she was the first in line to vote, and she praised all of the artwork and what the sandwich boards mean and accomplish, ac- cording to Izzo. She hopes students feel empow- ered with what their artwork has done and symbolizes, as well as getting their art for the public to see. “I think there was learning on a lot of different levels. They learned about the government and art in their classes, but they also learned to put their art out there and become vulnerable, then seeing how other people who didn’t know about the project interacted with it,” Izzo said.

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zone PTA will collect all of the funds and split it among the ele- mentary schools’ PTAs. For any questions about the PTA Shop- ping Weekend, reach out to your local elementary school’s PTA.

General Club of the Haddon Fort-

nightly: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Haddon Fortnightly Clubhouse,

301 E. Kings Highway. This

month's program will include the presenter, Alexandra Wills, from Cathedral Kitchen in Camden, who will discuss the mission of Cathedral Kitchen in providing meals, medical/dental services and job training for the poor and homeless in the city of Camden. The meeting is free and the pub- lic is welcome to attend.

Friday Program: Noon at Mabel Kay Senior Center. Call (856) 354-

8789 for more information.

Kiwanis Club of the Haddons meeting: 12:15 p.m. at Tavistock Country Club. For more informa- tion, call (856) 559-2009, email MSmith@kitchenandassociates.c om or visit www.njkiwanis.org.

SATURDAY NOV. 19

Shabbat Morning Service: 10:30

a.m. at Temple Beth El of Ham- monton satellite, at the Haddon- field Friends Meeting auditorium, 24 Friends Ave. The community is invited to relax and unwind with a Shabbat morning service. A potluck dairy/vegetarian lunch will follow. For further informa- tion, visit www.tbenj.org or (856)

912-7609.

Mabel Kay Senior Center Thanks- giving Dinner: 2 p.m. at the

Lutheran Church on Wayne Avenue in Haddonfield. Enjoy a complete turkey dinner as well as coffee and pumpkin pie for dessert. Cost is $3 for Haddon- field residents and $5 for non- residents, which is payable at the door. Please call (856) 354-8789 and leave your name and number of people attending the dinner.

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Lutheran Church of Our Savior:

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Haddonfield United Methodist

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Mount Olivet Baptist Church: Sun-

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. Prayer & Praise Music at 10 a.m. Children’s Sunday school at 11:15 a.m. Wor- ship service at 11 a.m.; childcare provided. 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. 21

La Leche League meeting: 7:30

p.m. at First Presbyterian Church hospitality center, 20 Kings High- way East. Information and sup- port for breastfeeding mothers. For more information, visit lllofhaddonfield.blogspot.com or call Louise at 547-2980 or Connie at 795-8554.

Monday Morning Prayer: 8 a.m. at

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Senior Cardio Fun: 11:30 a.m. at

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state Green Acres Program grants to help purchase open space. For example, Haddonfield could apply for 50 percent of the purchase price of a property rather than 25 percent. Every year, there would be a public audit of all expenditures. In the Haddonfield school board election, the three seats open were filled by candidates Mary E. Fagan, Matt Ritter and David C. Siedell with 33.25 per- cent of the votes. The three ran unopposed in the elec- tion. Maureen Eyles was also elect- ed to fill the unexpired term on the school board of Drew Hansen, and she was the only candidate running for the seat. In the 1st Congressional Dis- trict of the House of Representa- tives, incumbent Democrat Don- ald Norcross defeated Republican nominee Bob Patterson, Scot John Tomaszewski of the We De- serve Better Party, William F. Sihr, IV of the Libertarian Party and Michael Berman of Americanindependents.org. Nor- cross won 62.79 percent of the votes. Camden Board of Chosen Free- holders Democratic incumbents Edward T. McDonnell and Car- men G. Rodriguez were chosen over Republican challengers

HADDONFIELD PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RESULTS

President elect Donald J. Trump may have won the overall election, but in Haddonfield, the vote swung heavily in Hillary R. Clinton’s favor. Following are the total votes for each candidate broken down by district, as well as a comparative look at the Haddonfield votes in the 2012 presidential election.

 

2016

2012

Clinton – D

Trump – R

Obama – D

Romney – R

District 1

354

170

348

337

District 2

407

213

489

265

District 3

336

135

322

218

District 4

195

169

189

301

District 5

153

146

157

267

District 6

315

198

330

299

District 7

342

143

342

207

District 8

400

158

406

256

District 9

435

188

421

295

District 10

255

152

272

220

TOTAL

3,192

1,672

3,276

2,665

Source: www.camdencounty.com. Results are not final and do not show third party or write-in votes. Totals do not include mail-in, provisional or emergency ballots.

Robert Stone and Claire H. Gustafson. McDonnell won 32.23

78

percent of voters opposed. The second barely passed with

percent of the vote, and Ro-

54

percent of the state voting yes

driguez won 32.40 percent, with their challengers receiving 18.03 percent and 17.25 percent, respec- tively. For the two statewide referen- dum questions, the first, asking “Do you approve amending the constitution to permit casino gambling in two additional coun- ties in this state?” did not pass, as

to the question, “Do you approve amending the constitution to ded- icate all revenue from the state motor fuels tax and petroleum products gross receipts tax to the Transportation Trust Fund?” The unofficial results do not in- clude mail-in or provisional bal- lots.

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LENNY, VERMAAT and LEONARD INCORPORATED REALTORS Kathleen “Kate” Zschech 428-9677 x 224 Michael Dinella 428-9677 x

Kathleen “Kate”

Zschech

428-9677 x 224

REALTORS Kathleen “Kate” Zschech 428-9677 x 224 Michael Dinella 428-9677 x 249 14 Evergreen Lane Beautiful

Michael Dinella 428-9677 x 249

Zschech 428-9677 x 224 Michael Dinella 428-9677 x 249 14 Evergreen Lane Beautiful home on an

14 Evergreen Lane

Beautiful home on an oversized lot with a 2 car garage. Space for all with the addition of a large family room & Florida room. Well landscaped outdoor space. Plenty of storage in the garage & attic as well as generous closet space. $499,000 (6815963)

attic as well as generous closet space. $499,000 (6815963) 22 Wilkins Avenue One Year Young 2.5

22 Wilkins Avenue

One Year Young 2.5 Story Colonial that features open front porch, open concept LR & DR, eat-in kitchen w/island, 2.5 BAs, 3 BRs that includes master suite, office/game room, basement & off street parking. Great location within walking distance to downtown & Patco hi-speedline.

$475,000

distance to downtown & Patco hi-speedline. $475,000 Mark Lenny 428-9677 x 239 128 Mountwell Avenue Warm

Mark Lenny 428-9677 x 239

& Patco hi-speedline. $475,000 Mark Lenny 428-9677 x 239 128 Mountwell Avenue Warm & gracious 3-story

128 Mountwell Avenue

Warm & gracious 3-story Colonial with 6 BRS & 2.5 BAS including a MBR with a custom

marble/tile master bath.

Features a sun-filled fam rm, gorgeous kit, 2 FP, porch, patio & deck.

Immaculate. Blocks to shops, schools & Hi-Speedline.

$719,000 (6737956)

to shops, schools & Hi-Speedline. $719,000 (6737956) Connie Nelson 428-9677 x 237 475 Westminster Avenue Lovely

Connie Nelson 428-9677 x 237

$719,000 (6737956) Connie Nelson 428-9677 x 237 475 Westminster Avenue Lovely brick ranch on quiet street.

475 Westminster Avenue

Lovely brick ranch on quiet street. Pride of ownership throughout. LR with brick FP, DR with large bay window, FR with cathedral ceiling & skylights, master BR with beautiful BA, 2 more nice size BRs, hall bath. Updated kitchen & PR off kitchen, 2 car attached garage. $599,000 (6877973)

PR off kitchen, 2 car attached garage. $599,000 (6877973) Kathleen “Kate” Zschech 428-9677 x 224 Michael

Kathleen “Kate”

Zschech

428-9677 x 224

(6877973) Kathleen “Kate” Zschech 428-9677 x 224 Michael Dinella 428-9677 x 249 50 North Drive Classic

Michael Dinella 428-9677 x 249

Zschech 428-9677 x 224 Michael Dinella 428-9677 x 249 50 North Drive Classic colonial Scarborough home

50 North Drive

Classic colonial Scarborough home features 5 BRs, 3 full & 1 half BA, EIK, breakfast bar, mud- room, back stairwell & oversized attached 2 car garage, friendly entertaining spaces in the large landscaped back yard and much more.

$1,050,000 (6875013)

landscaped back yard and much more. $1,050,000 (6875013) 800 Wayside Lane Easy one story living at

800 Wayside Lane

Easy one story living at a great price in desirable Haddonfield. Excellent condition Ranch home is a must see! The 3 BD, 2 full BA home has newer eat-in kitchen w/granite countertops, double oven & much more. New replacement windows t/out, new roof, new a/c unit, alarm system, ceil- ing fans, full basement & open front porch, covered rear patio. $399,000 (6884172)

open front porch, covered rear patio. $399,000 (6884172) Gary Vermaat 428-9677 x 243 1008 Kings Highway

Gary Vermaat 428-9677 x 243

rear patio. $399,000 (6884172) Gary Vermaat 428-9677 x 243 1008 Kings Highway 2 story Colonial features

1008 Kings Highway

2 story Colonial features a formal LR with fireplace, formal DR, updated EIK, den, powder room, 4 nice sized BRs, updated full BA, full under-drained basement, 2 car detached garage & large rear yard. $299,000 (6881301)

131 Wayne Avenue Two-story brick Colonial with unique exterior architectural features that give it curb
131 Wayne Avenue
Two-story brick Colonial with unique exterior architectural
features that give it curb appeal.
Home has 4 BRS, 2 full BAs,

GARY VERMAAT Broker of Record, Owner

MARK LENNY

Broker/Owner

FR addition, eat-in kit, pine floors t/o & walk-in BR closets. On a lovely street in the Estate Section—a great family neighborhood!

$479,900 (6808766) Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239

to

Come Home to

(6808766) Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239 to Come Home to 308 Linden Avenue Totally rehabbed

308 Linden Avenue

Totally rehabbed 2.5 Story American Four Square Style home features entry foyer, formal LR & DR, eat-in kitchen, FR, 2.5 baths, master suite plus 3 other BDs, 2 floor laundry, 3rd floor 5th BR or playroom, full basement & 2 car garage.

$879,000 (6886855) Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243

$879,000 (6886855) Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243 449 Loucroft Road Great home located in prestigious

449 Loucroft Road

Great home located in prestigious Haddonfield on very desirable street that features a grand center hall, formal LR & DR, kitchen w/island & breakfast room, den/office, FR, PR, 5 BR suites that includes a master suite, 2nd floor laundry room, finished basement w/game room & full bath, 2 car attached garage & so much more.

$1,995,000 (6884691)

Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243

$1,995,000 (6884691) Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243 211 Moore Lane Gracious two-story Colonial with 6 BRS,

211 Moore Lane

Gracious two-story Colonial with 6 BRS, 3 full BAS & 2 PRS including a sumptuous MBR suite, gourmet kit, fam rm, den/office, rec rm/exercise rm + 3 fP & a sauna. Inside & out, the perfect executive family home.

$969,000 (6867420) Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239

home. $969,000 (6867420) Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239 322 Woodland Avenue Beautiful 2 story

322 Woodland Avenue

Beautiful 2 story brick Cape Cod Style Home with over 4,000 sq ft of living space. Features entry foyer, formal LR & DR, FR, eat-in kitchen, powder room, 1st floor & 2nd master suites plus 2 other great sized BRs, game room, gym, Jacuzzi area, sauna & garage.

$1,050,000 (6859622)

Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243

$1,050,000 (6859622) Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243 80 Oak Ridge Drive This colonial in the

80 Oak Ridge Drive

This colonial in the Gill Tract features a stunning 2 story foyer with a floating curved staircase, 4 BRs, and 3.5 BAs including a MBR suite, office, FR & finished basement, marble fireplace and hardwood floors. On almost a half acre lot.

$695,000 (6730816) Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239

lot. $695,000 (6730816) Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x239 425 Hawthorne Avenue Great 2 Story American

425 Hawthorne Avenue

Great 2 Story American Four Square Style Home located in desirable Birdwood section. Features 4 BRs, 2.5 baths, entry foyer, sun porch/ office, formal LR & DR, updated kitchen w/breakfast room, FR, mud room, master suite, 2nd floor laundry, game room in finished basement & 2 car attached garage.

$759,000 (6798827) Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243

$759,000 (6798827) Call Gary Vermaat at 856-428-9677 x243 81 Chews Landing Road This 3 story Colonial

81 Chews Landing Road

This 3 story Colonial sits on a corner lot with a large private yard on a prestigious street. It has 4 BRs & 1.5 Bas, FR with vaulted ceiling, office, rock maple HW floors, deck & patio. Just 3 blocks to downtown for shops, restaurants, year-round festivities & hi-speedline.

$549,000 (6769086) Call Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239

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