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Brandywine remodel
Plans draw criticism from
preservation group. PAGE 3
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By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Haddonfield Sun
he drive down Tanner
Street is a little more col-
orful these days as nearly
5,000 tulips are in blooms,
dotting the sidewalk near
the Haddonfield Public Li-
brary.
A group of volunteers helped
plant the bulbs and the flowers are
in full bloom.
The red, yellow, pink and white
flowers also line the front of the
Archer and Greiner parking lot.
The Tulips on Tanner project
initiated by the Haddonfield Rotary
Club was designed to beautify the
downtown Haddonfield area along
Tanner Street, and to attract visi-
tors and additional businesses to the
area.
The 5,000 bulbs, supplied by the
Haddonfield Tulip Company, were
planted with support and funding
from The Rotary Club of Haddon-
field, The Haddonfield Foundation
Tulips
on
Tanner
T
Flower project
designed to beautify
downtown area
ROBERT LINNEHAN/The Haddonfield Sun
More than 5,000 bulbs were planted along Tanner Street through the
Tulips on Tanner project. The flowers are located along the brick wall of
the parking lot behind 56 Haddon Ave.
please see VOLUNTEERS, page 13
By ROBERT LINNEHAN
The Haddonfield Sun
A newly planned remodel of
the assisted living facility on 132
Warwick Road has caught the ire
of Preservation Haddonfield.
A spokesman for Preservation
Haddonfield, Dave Gottardi, said
the planned large-scale addition
to the facility is not appropriate
for a residential neighborhood.
Brenda Bacon, president and
CEO of Brandywine Senior Liv-
ing, said the organization is lis-
tening to concerns of neighbors,
but the expansion of the facility
is ultimately for the benefit of its
residents and wont be a burden
for its neighbors.
Gottardi, a neighbor of 132
Warwick Road, shares a 400-foot
border with the property. Howev-
er, Gottardi said he and several
neighbors as well as Preserva-
tion Haddonfield believe its too
large an expansion for such a res-
idential neighborhood.
Brandywine Senior Living, a
for profit organization, purchased
the assisted living facility from
Spring Point Senior Living in No-
vember 2011.
My opinion has always been
consistent with these types of de-
velopment. I spoke out about the
proposed Bancroft site plan, so
its not just us being NIMBYs (not
in my backyard) with this, Got-
tardi said. Its not up to us to de-
cide what should be there, but
whats on the table right now and
what theyre proposing is its just
too big for this residential neigh-
borhood.
Gottardi did also mention he
stands to lose the most if the
site plan is approved, as he shares
the largest border with the prop-
erty.
Brandywine is proposing the
current 25,000 square-foot facility
which was built in 1953 be de-
molished, and a new, two-story
40,900 square-foot addition be
built on the property. The new fa-
cility would keep the same num-
ber of rooms 52 as the current
facility, but would offer several
units that could accommodate
couples, Bacon said.
The rooms would be enlarged
for residents of the home, feature
a shower in each room and the
new structure would offer a much
larger common room which
isnt in the basement like the cur-
rent facility and more entertain-
ment options.
Additionally, the hallways
would be wider, Bacon said, a
common complaint of residents
of the current facility.
Bacon addressed concerns that
the historic 1853 home that cur-
rently sits at the front of the prop-
erty would be demolished.
We would not tear down the
historic home. Its a beautiful
home and has a long tradition in
Haddonfield. The home will not
be touched at all, Bacon said.
Bacon said the organization
understands the concerns of the
neighbors of the facility and is
modeling its site plan after their
recommendations. Bacon con-
firmed several trees would have
to be removed from the property
during the construction, but said
the older trees at the site would be
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Brandywine remodeling plans draw criticism
Preservation Haddonfield says plans not appropriate for residential neighborhood
please see ASSISTED, page 6
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brates our community, citizen
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Dinner to celebrate community
Spiritual author speaks on April 22
Carol Wehrheim, a Presbyteri-
an educator and author of spiri-
tual books for children and fami-
lies, will speak about nurturing
faith in children at 9:30 a.m., on
Sunday, April 22, at First Presby-
terian Church in Haddonfield in
the sanctuary.
Wehrheim is a seminary lec-
turer, curriculum writer and edi-
tor and was honored as Associa-
tion of Presbyterian Church Edu-
cators 2001 Educator of the Year.
In addition to being a Sunday
school teacher, she is also a
grandmother who can speak from
both her educational knowledge
and her own family experiences.
The talk, Nurturing Chil-
dren's Faith Outside the Church,
is one of the Haddonfield Presby-
terian Churchs Faithful Family
events.
With these talks and events,
members of the Christian Educa-
tion Committee and members of
the church hope to promote and
aid families trying to bring up
children with an understanding
and love for Christian teachings.
This program is free and open
to the public. If you have ques-
tions or would like more informa-
tion about the church, please call
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Haddonfield in need of
volunteer firefighters
Remember when you were lit-
tle and the excitement you felt
when you saw a fire engine
scream down the street with
flashing lights and sirens? How
about the smile and admiration
on your kids face each time they
see a firefighter? Nows your
chance to live out that childhood
dream and be the firefighter on
the other side of that smile. Had-
don Fire Company No.1 is active-
ly recruiting men and women to
join the ranks as a volunteer fire-
fighter. Applications are available
24-hours a day at the fire compa-
ny, 15 N. Haddon Ave.
To learn more about this excit-
ing opportunity, email Lt.
Mirabello at jmirabello
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Fire company hosts
annual fund drive
Haddon Fire Co. No. 1 will be
hosting its annual Fund Drive, be-
ginning Monday, April 23 through
Thursday, April 26. Residents will
be receiving information on the
fund drive in the mail as well.
Fire company representatives
will be going door-to-door on
Monday through Thursday, from
6:15 p.m. to approximately 8 p.m.
each night in an effort to collect
from the township residents.
The residents are requested to
tape the supplied envelope, with
their contribution, to the outside
of their front door. A uniformed
firefighter will collect contribu-
tions.
In the borough, the fire compa-
ny does not tax residents for fire-
prevention service, and, thus, we
rely on personal contributions to
sustain the operation of this 248-
year-old fire company.
The company is totally volun-
teer, and has been, for the entire
duration of the fire company's ex-
istence.
National Day of Prayer
Breakfast on May 3
The Haddonfield Council of
Churches will host a National
Day of Prayer Breakfast on
Thursday, May 3, at 8:30 a.m. at
the First Baptist Church, 124
Kings Highway East in Haddon-
field. This years speaker will be
Eric Van Pelt, regional director of
the Saints Prison Ministry.
Since 1987, Saints Prison Min-
istry has been sharing the gospel
through sports and a variety of
other programs with men and
women imprisoned around the
country.
For more information, call
(856) 429-2326.
Tickets are $10.
Girls Night Out in
Haddonfield a success
Downtown Haddonfield was
the place to be on Thursday night,
March 29 as hundreds of shop-
pers participated in this years
Girls Night Out.
The stores stayed busy that
night as local businesses offered
specials, giveaways and discounts
for this years event.
Large groups of women were
spotted with filled shopping bags
as they walked along Kings High-
way.
Two DJs filled the streets with
music and kept the event festive.
Approximately 500 people reg-
istered for the event.
This was the third Girls Night
Out event held in Haddonfield,
and the event continues to build
momentum as businesses report-
ed up to a 30 percent increase in
sales.
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Thursday, Sept. 20.
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in our opinion
M
oments after Rick Santorum
threw in the towel in his bid
to win the GOP presidential
nomination, the back and forth be-
tween President Obama and Mitt Rom-
ney began.
The Associated Press said the
Obama camp already is referring to
another Johnson-Goldwater cam-
paign. The Romney folks say the presi-
dent is trying to divide the country.
Obviously, these are critical issues
that are on the mind of every voter
(note sarcasm).
The bad news: We still have about
seven more months before Election
Day.
The good news: We have the
Olympics this summer to distract us
for a couple of weeks.
Maybe were being too pessimistic.
Maybe, this year, there will be a seri-
ous and thoughtful debate of the is-
sues, with both candidates presenting
their vision and ideas for the nation in
a respectful tone.
Or, maybe we get the 2012 versions
of Willie Horton, the Swift boat con-
troversy or a nuclear war scare (see
the aforementioned Johnson-Goldwa-
ter campaign). Hopefully, they wont
go all the way back to, say, 1828, when
allegations of murder and kidnapping
were bandied about.
The problem is that negative politi-
cal advertising works. It works well.
Ask Santorum and Newt Gingrich.
For whatever reason, voters respond
to personal attacks against candidates.
The more vicious, the better, it seems.
If it didnt work, the candidates would
stop doing it.
So thats the challenge for voters
this election year: If we want the can-
didates to act responsibly, discuss the
issues and generally treat voters with
the respect we deserve, we have to de-
mand it. If we want more of the same,
just continue to respond to the nega-
tive campaign ads.
Wed like to think that the candi-
dates will take the high road this year.
But were not holding our breath.
Seven months of this? Ugh
Petty shots between the president and his GOP challenger have begun
Go negative? It works
For all of the complaining about the
negativity and personal attacks in
political ads, the bottom line is that
they work. Voters respond to them.
Until that changes, expect more of
the same again this year.
conserved.
Additionally, the facility would plant
several rows of mature trees in the rear of
the property and along the side of the facil-
ity after construction is complete.
I think its fair that theyre very con-
cerned and we hear them as I would be
if I were in their shoes. Theyre concerned
about the size, the look and they gave us
lots of suggestions for ways we could im-
prove the exterior and the way it sits on the
property, Bacon said. Weve heard many
concerns over the proposed parking lot
and we want to make sure that when you
stand on Warwick Road, you dont see long
lines of parked cars and a ton of traffic and
noise on the street. Neighbors dont want
to look at an institutional type building
and we actually agree with them.
The former owners of the home talked
about expanding the facility for the past
decade, and now is the time to expand,
Bacon said.
Brandywine Senior Living has informal-
ly presented its site plan to several commit-
tees and boards in town, including the Had-
donfield Historic Preservation Commis-
sion.
Lee Albright, president of the HPC, con-
firmed the meeting and said the HPC of-
fered several recommendations to Brandy-
wine representatives. She didnt go into de-
tail of what the recommendations were,
but said they would officially be noted at
the next HPC meeting.
The HPC appreciates the efforts of
Brandywine Senior Living to further clari-
fy the size of the proposed addition. The
purpose of the visit was to walk the site
with the plans that had been presented in-
formally to the HPC last month. We asked
questions regarding details of the plan
that were not clear, such as the location
and composition of the fire lane, the exist-
ing trees on the property and which trees
would have to be removed per the proposed
plans, the location of the parking spaces in
the front, what parts of the historic build-
ing that will be restored, and the location of
the interior courtyard, Albright said.
Bacon said representatives would most
likely meet informally with the HPC again
to rundown the changes it has made to its
site plan, taking into consideration their
recommendations and the recommenda-
tions of the neighborhood.
Brandywine Senior Living has to first
have its site plan approved by the HPC, be-
fore then taking it to the Haddonfield Plan-
ning and Zoning boards.
Gottardi, who was in attendance at the
open house, said Preservation Haddonfield
has several misgivings with the proposed
plan for the assisted living facility, namely
the 40,900 square-foot addition put forward
by Brandywine Senior Living.
The proposed addition is about the same
square footage as the average Walmart
store 42,000 square-feet Gottardi said. A
nine-space parking lot would be installed
in the front of the property, he said, border-
ing closely to the homes on Warwick Road
and additional parking on Moore Lane
near a home there as well.
Additionally, Gottardi said Preservation
Haddonfield is worried the destruction of
the green park-like setting behind the
buildings bordering residential proper-
ties would damage the aesthetics of the
current neighborhood.
Bacon said neighbors would be invited
to another informational meeting in the
near future.
Also, she said that any residents with
questions or concerns could call her or
Maria Nadelstumph at Brandywine at (856)
813-2000.
ASSISTED
Continued from page 3
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Esther A. Danley
April 4, 2012
Esther A Danley (nee Trielo),
of Haddonfield, died on April 4,
2012. She was 83. She was former-
ly of the Villas.
She was the wife of the late
Robert; Beloved mother of Patri-
cia Morrison (Joseph) of North
Cape May, Robert Danley, Jr.
(Sally) of Collingswood, Susan
Grabiak (Thomas, M.D.) of Had-
donfield and Lauren Danley of
Charlottesville, Va.; Devoted
grandmother of Sarah, Ryland,
Joseph, Kathryn, Thomas,
Matthew, Emily, Luke and
Emmet; great grandmother of
Ruth and sister of James Trielo of
Berlin.
Danley had been an operator
for Bell Telephone and then
worked at Monogahela Junior
High School, Deptford Township.
She was an avid follower of her
grandchildrens activities.
Services, private. Memorial do-
nations may be made in Mrs.
Danleys name to Samaritan Hos-
pice, 5 Eves Dr., Suite 300, Marl-
ton, N.J. 08053. Arrangements
made by Kain-Murphy Funeral
Services of Haddonfield.
Elizabeth Holman Burg
April 4, 2012
Born April 8, 1920, Elizabeth
Holman Burg passed away peace-
fully on April 4. She was the wife
of the late Neal D. Burg, dearly
loved mother of Carol Burg of
Atco, Barbara Birenbaum of St.
George, Maine, and Bob Burg of
Medford, loving grandmother of
Michelle Haines (husband John)
and Jeffrey Thomas Adams, Jr.
(wife Bonnie), and great grand-
mother of six.
After raising her family, Betty
returned to work as an executive
secretary with an advertising
firm Lewis and Gilman in
Philadelphia. In later years, Betty
and Neal especially enjoyed both
American and European trips to
visit friends and family in her
parents native Norway.
Burg was a longtime member
of First Baptist Church of Had-
donfield, 124 E. Kings Highway.
Interment is private. Memorial
donations may be made to the An-
imal Orphanage of Voorhees, P.O.
Box 1363, 419 Cooper Road,
Voorhees, N.J., 08043. Arrange-
ments made by Kain-Murphy Fu-
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WEDNESDAY APRIL 18
Haddonfield Republican Club
meeting: 7:30 p.m. in Borough
Halls courtroom. Please bring
your passion, ideas and friends.
Overeaters Anonymous: First Pres-
byterian Church. 9 a.m. Call
(609) 239-0022 or visit
www.southjersey.org for informa-
tion.
Bible Study: Lutheran Church of
Our Savior. 9:30 a.m. Call 429-
5122.
Tai Chi: Lutheran Church of Our
Savior. 4 p.m. Call 429-5122.
Jazzercise: Lutheran Church of Our
Savior. 6 p.m. Call 429-5122 for
information.
Worship: Grace Church. 7 a.m. email
office@gracehaddon.org for
information.
65 Club pinochle: 110 Rhoads Ave.
12:30 p.m.
Line dancing: Mabel Kay. 1:30 to 3
p.m. Call 354-8789 for more
information.
Computer Club: Mabel Kay. 10 a.m.
Call 354-8789 for more informa-
tion.
Book exchange and food shelf drop
off: Mabel Kay. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Call 354-8789 for more informa-
tion.
Preschool Storytime: Haddonfield
Public Library. 1:30 p.m. Ages 3 to
5. Call 429-1304 for information. 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.
Computer Club: Mabel Kay House.
10 a.m. Call 354-8789 for more
information.
THURSDAY APRIL 19
Job Seekers Support Group: Had-
donfield United Methodist
Church, 29 Warwick Rd. 8:15 a.m.
Worship: Grace Church. 9:30 a.m.
Email office@gracehaddon.org
for information.
Book exchange and food shelf drop
off: Mabel Kay House. 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Call 354-8789.
65 Club: 110 Rhoads Ave. 1:30 p.m.
Call 429-7271 for more informa-
tion about the event.
Art Workplace: Mabel Kay House. 9
a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Call
354-8789 for more information.
Chair Tai Chi and Chair Boot Camp:
Tarditi Commons Community
Room. 11:30 a.m. $1. Call 354-
8789 for more information.
Exercise class: First Presbyterian
Church. 11:30 a.m. $3.
Toddlertime: Haddonfield Public
Library. 10:30 a.m. Ages 2 to 3.
Call 429-1304 for information.
Human Relations Commission
meeting: Borough Hall. 7:30 p.m.
Haddonfield Lions Club meeting:
Tavistock Country Club. 6 p.m.
Call 429-3525 for information.
FRIDAY APRIL 20
Earth Day celebration concert:
7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church
of Haddonfield, 124 Kings High-
way East. Featuring Chris West-
fall, acoustic folk artist. Call 429-
2326 or visit www.firstbaptisthad-
donfield.org for more informa-
tion.
Kiwanis Club meeting: Tavistock
Country Club. 12:15 to 1:30 p.m.
65 Club bowling: 9:30 a.m. Call
Richard Gimigliano at 429-1290
for more information.
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Computer classes: Mabel Kay
House. Call (609) 261-0246.
Book exchange and food shelf drop
off: Mabel Kay. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Call 354-8789 for more informa-
tion.
Friday Program: Mabel Kay House.
12:30 to 3 p.m. Call 354-8789 for
more information.
SATURDAY APRIL 21
Haddon Fortnightly annual flea
market: At the clubhouse on the
corner of Kings Highway and
Grove Street. Doors open at 9
a.m. For more information, con-
tact Joanne at (856) 858-8240
or Carol at (856) 858-5383.
SUNDAY APRIL 22
Sunday worship services: Haddon-
field United Methodist Church, 29
Warwick Rd. Traditional 8 and
10:15 a.m. Contemporary 9 a.m.
Sunday Worship: Lutheran Church
of Our Savior. 8 and 10:30 a.m.
Reflections 9:15 a.m. Call 429-
5122 for information.
Sunday Worship: Grace Church. 8
and 9:30 a.m. email
office@gracehaddon.org for
information.
Reflections Adult Forum: Lutheran
Church of Our Savior. 9:15 a.m.
Call 429-5122 for information.
Dance Haddonfield: Grace Church.
Intermediate lessons 6 p.m.
Beginner lessons 7 to 8 p.m.
Social dancing until 10:30 p.m.
$12 for 7 p.m. Admission. $17 for
6 p.m. Call 429-9154 (Monday to
Friday) or visit www.dancehad-
donfield.org for more informa-
tion.
Sunday Worship: First Baptist
Church, 124 Kings Highway East.
11 a.m. Visit www.firstbaptisthad-
donfield.org for information.
Adult Bible Study: First Baptist
Church, 124 Kings Highway East.
9:30 a.m. Visit www.firstbap-
tisthaddonfield.org for informa-
tion.
Sunday School: First Baptist
Church, 124 Kings Highway East.
11 a.m. Visit www.firstbaptisthad-
donfield.org for information.
Sunday Church School: Lutheran
Church of Our Savior. 10:30 a.m.
Call 429-5122 for information.
MONDAY APRIL 23
Art Group: Lutheran Church of Our
Savior. 7 p.m. Call 429-5122 for
information.
Jazzercise: Lutheran Church of Our
Savior. 7:15 p.m. Call 429-5122 for
information.
Prayer Group: Lutheran Church of
Our Savior. 7 p.m. Call 429-5122
for information.
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Book exchange and food shelf drop
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Library: Greenfield Hall. 9:30 to 11
a.m. Call 429-7375 for informa-
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Lite aerobics: Tarditi Commons
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Special to The Sun
The Haddonfield Memorial
High School freshman baseball
team completed its pre-season
schedule, highlighted by an excit-
ing 7-6 victory over Bishop Eu-
stace.
This group is deep with talent
and anticipates an exciting year
of quality baseball.
Pitchers who saw action this
pre-season were Blake Barr, Nick
Binder, Alex Caruso, Charlie
Clarke, Drew Dark, Chad Evans,
Tom Gosse, Sean Noone, Nick
Rollo and Mark Walker.
All pitched spectacularly
against some very talented oppo-
sition.
The catching duties were
shared by Troy Crompton, Chris-
tian Jordan, Matt Smart and
Rollo.
The infield defense was superb,
anchored by middle infielders
Matt Gilbert, Jack Spinelli,
Clarke, Dark and Gosse, and cor-
ner infielders Wes Dengler, Owen
McGovern, Caruso and Walker.
The outfield duties were
shared by Alex DAscenzo, Joe
Glennon, Noah Saggesse, Freddie
Shindle, Barr, Binder, Dengler,
Evans, Gilbert, Jordan, McGov-
ern, Noone, Rollo and Smart.
After an exciting spring sea-
son, the freshman baseball team
was ready to get the regular sea-
son underway.
Noone earned the season-open-
ing start and was brilliant, pitch-
ing five innings of 2-hit shutout
baseball against always-tough
Sterling High School.
Noone threw 6 strikeouts and
gave up 2 walks, and he worked
ahead in the count throwing
strikes with his fastball. His
change-up got him out of trouble
on two key at-bats and his curve
ball and knuckle curve was unhit-
table.
Evans was tasked to finish the
early season game and was just as
dominant, tossing the final two
innings that included 4 strikeouts
and striking out the side in the
bottom of the seventh inning to
finish the game as the Haddons
cruised to a 10-0 opening day win.
The defense was just as spec-
tacular, completing an error-free
game. Crompton handled his
pitchers flawlessly, calling all the
tough pitches in the most difficult
situations without a single past
ball, outstanding. The infield of
Caruso, Dark, Spinelli and Walk-
er and the outfield of DAscenzo,
Gosse and McGovern handled
every attempt smoothly.
Offensively, the Dawgs pound-
ed the ball; Gosse had two hits, in-
cluding a double. Spinelli and
Mark Walker also had two-hit
days and Caruso added a base hit.
The top of the seventh inning
included a rally with outstanding
at-bats by Barr, Binder, Glennon,
Jordan and Shindle.
The team opened its 2012 non-
Conference schedule with a road
trip to Cherokee High School.
Cherokee was fresh off a victory
over the always-dominant
Gloucester Catholic High School.
After an impressive spring sea-
son, Mark Walker is given the
daunting task of starting pitcher
and was nothing short of bril-
liant. Walker threw a five hitter
against one of the best hitting
teams in South Jersey. He threw
an array of quality pitches and
the Cherokee hitters were never
able to make the adjustment,
what a gem. After six and a third
innings of fabulous pitching,
Charlie Clarke entered the game
and completed two outstanding
at-bats versus the Cherokee two
and three hitters.
The Dawgs got off to a 2-0 early
inning lead, then a 3-1 mid-inning
lead before Cherokee was able to
force a late inning 3-3 tie.
In the top of the seventh in-
ning, the Dawgs failed to execute
a squeeze bunt for the potential
lead and in the bottom of the sev-
enth, the game ended with a great
low and away fastball where the
umpire hesitated, but ultimately
called ball four. Cherokee escaped
with a well fought 4-3 victory, a
walk-off win.
Defensively, the Dawgs played
nearly flawless baseball commit-
ting only a single error. Spinelli
made a highlight reel play at sec-
ond base ranging far into the out-
field with an over the shoulder
catch, Dark completed a fabulous
day at third base, fielding every
hard hit ball coming his way flaw-
lessly and Crompton shut down
the Chiefs running game, gun-
ning down all three steal at-
tempts.
Offensively, the Dawgs outhit a
mighty Cherokee team with 10
hits on the day. Gosse had a three-
hit day, including a double for the
second consecutive game.
Crompton went two for two, in-
cluding a ground rule double, a
one-hop shot over the left-field
fence and a perfectly executed
sacrifice bunt.
Spinelli continued his early
season hot streak with two more
hits and Walker added a base hit.
Haddonfield Memorial freshman
baseball anticipates exciting year
The following incident can be
found on file with the Haddon-
field Police Department:
A South Hinchman Avenue res-
ident responded to headquarters
at 3:55 p.m. on April 9 and said
several pieces of his copper
downspout were stolen from his
home sometime overnight.
The victim said he heard a
noise late at night and thought it
was just the wind, but when he
went outside to investigate, he
found 25-feet of the copper down-
spout had been ripped from the
house and stolen.
An officer processed the scene.
POLICE REPORT
A talk open to the public that
brings solutions to addiction, in-
cluding drugs and alcohol, will be
presented by Ginny Luedeman, A
Christian Science practitioner,
and teach from Salem, Ore., will
be given in First Church of
Christ, Scientist, in Haddonfield.
The program will be held on Sat-
urday, April 21, at 10:30 a.m. Her
(occasionally hair-raising) experi-
ence, natural openness and ease
with public appearances make
Luedeman a compelling, lively
speaker.
She will discuss how recogniz-
ing your spiritual identity brings
needed freedom, as well as how a
deeper understanding of God as
love builds strong and healthy re-
lationships.
Luedemans life is a story of re-
demption, renewal, and prayer in
action. Her father was an alco-
holic who moved his family con-
stantly. He finally abandoned the
family when she was just 15. She
dropped out of high school, mar-
ried at 15, and became a mother at
17. She subsequently had to deal
with her own addictive behavior
and resulting life challenges.
Luedeman was the lead singer
of a 60s rock band, The Morn-
ing Glory. The band played in
concert with The Grateful Dead,
The Rolling Stones, Janice Joplin,
Jimi Hendrix, and recorded an
original album. This gave her
first hand experience with the
hard rock lifestyle. She survived
some harrowing experiences
with spiritual help.
Her life turned around in the
middle of an LSD overdose. With-
in two years big changes started
happening in her life. She began
studying the book Science and
Health with Key to the Scrip-
tures written by Mary Baker
Eddy, in conjunction with the
Bible. As a result of her changes
of life style, confusion and fear
have been transformed into an
understanding of ever-presence
of Gods love and care for every-
one. Now married for more than
41 years, she has six children and
has housed foster children. She
has found that understanding our
relationship to God brings a sense
of home that is good, loving, last-
ing, and joyous.
Her talk about how Christian
Science heals bodies and restores
lives is one of interest to every-
one.
The free program will be held
on April 21, 10:30 a.m. at the
Christian Science Church, 355
Kings Highway East, Haddon-
field.
Talk, including ideas for addiction
solution, set for April 21 at church
12 THE HADDONFIELD SUN APRIL 18-24, 2012
Earth Day
concert on
April 20
An Earth Day celebration con-
cert, featuring Chris Westfall,
acoustic folk artist, will be held at
the First Baptist Church of Had-
donfield, 124 Kings Highway East,
on Friday, April 20, at 7:30 p.m.
Westfall has performed at First
Night in Haddonfield and many
other local venues as well as
recorded his original songs and
folk classics, with a $5 suggested
concert donation. Children 12 and
younger are free. Childcare is pro-
vided. A reception will follow the
performance.
For a preview, visit www.chris
westfall.com. For directions, call
429-2326 or visit www.firstbaptist
haddonfield.org. Parking is free
after 6 p.m.
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and owners of 56 Haddon Ave.
The flowers are located along the
brick wall of the parking lot be-
hind 56 Haddon Avenue.
Jim Cuifolo, who owns Had-
donfield Tulip Company, planted
the tulips and helped direct the
volunteers on the proper method
of planting the bulbs.
Mayor Tish Colombi thanked
Cuifolo and said the borough
commissioners would look at
other high-visibility areas in
town to spruce up with the color-
ful flowers. She and Township Ad-
ministrator Sharon McCullough
were weeding the tulip beds about
two weeks ago as well.
We intend to try to get some
other visible locations in town to
be planted for next year. Perhaps
this will lead to some kind of
tulip festival event for next year.
We are working on putting this to-
gether now, Colombi wrote in an
email when asked for comment
on the flowers.
Colombi also reported several
trees would be planted along the
street in the coming months, as
well.
Decorative lanterns are cur-
rently being installed along Tan-
ner Street also, she said, and a
grand reopening ceremony will
be held along the street in the
next few weeks.
The details of the reopening
ceremony arent known yet, but it
will be a celebration for the con-
struction of Tanner Street being
completed and Tanner Street
once again being open to business
in the coming spring. The com-
missioners and borough adminis-
trator have been planning the cer-
emony since the construction
was completed.
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The Tulips on Tanner project was initiated by the Haddonfield Rotary Club.
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Briefing on municipal
budget set for April 18
Commissioner Jeff Kasko, the
boroughs director of revenue
and finance, will hold a communi-
ty briefing on the 2012 municipal
budget on Wednesday, April 18, at
7:30 p.m. in borough hall. A pres-
entation on the budget, including
a review of 2011 and 2012 rev-
enues, appropriations, and capi-
tal improvement plans, will be
given, along with an opportunity
for residents to present questions
to Kasko and the borough's ad-
ministrator and chief financial
officer.
All interested residents are en-
couraged and welcome to attend.
This community briefing is
being held in addition to the offi-
cial public hearing on the pro-
posed budget, which will occur at
the regularly scheduled commis-
sioners meeting on April 24.
Rotary Club plans
yard sale fundraiser
On Saturday, May 5, the Rotary
Club of Haddonfield will host a
huge yard sale fundraiser from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Wedgewood
Swim Club, 635 Center St. The
proceeds from the fundraiser will
be used to help provide clean, safe
water at an elementary school in
Ghana, West Africa.
Find great bargains and won-
derful treasures. Food and bever-
ages will be available.
Vendor spaces are available to
sell new and used merchandise
spaces are $20 and $45 respective-
ly.
We are limited to approximate-
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now if you are interested in turn-
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To sign up for a table, contact
Robin Fair-Sanders at robinfair-
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430-3776.
Grace Choir presents
concert on April 28
The Arts At Grace is excited to
present the Grace Choir in a
spring concert on Saturday, April
28, at 7 p.m. in the church. Come
join us for what promises to be an
exciting evening of choral mas-
terpieces, including Ralph
Vaughn Williams Five Mystical
Songs and Antonio Vivaldis
Gloria in D Major.
There will be a complimentary
wine and cheese reception in the
auditorium following the concert.
Tickets are $15, but children 12
and younger can attend for free.
Checks for tickets can be made
payable to Grace Church with
Arts-April in the memo section
and mailed to Grace Church, 19
Kings Highway East, Haddon-
field, 08033, attn: Arts.
Tickets will be held at the door.
For more information, send an
email to artsatgrace.tickets@
gracehaddon.org or call (856) 429-
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Democractic Club to
help with clean up
Earth Day is coming up and
The Haddonfield Democratic
Club is participating in the bor-
ough's Earth Day clean up on Sat-
urday, April 21.
The club will adopt a location
in Haddonfield and make it
shine.
Call (610) 304-6136 for the meet-
ing time and location.
The Haddonfield Democratic
Club supports community and
civic involvement.
Elizabeth Haddon 5K
set for May 19
The Eighth Annual Elizabeth
Haddon 5k/1-mile Fun Walk will
be held on Saturday, May 19 at 9
a.m. The cost is $25 for runners
and $10 for walkers. The first 300
registrants will receive a free t-
shirt and prizes will be awarded
to the top male and female finish-
ers in seven categories. Registra-
tion forms are available at ehsp-
ta.org/wp-content/up-
loads/2012/03/5K-Registration-
Form.pdf and at schools and busi-
nesses around town. Proceeds
from the race will be used to sup-
port the SOAR after school pro-
gram in Camden and to fund the
installation of Smart Boards in
Lizzie Haddon classrooms.
Annual wine tasting tour
scheduled for May 12
The Fourth Annual Grace Un-
corked Wine Tasting tour will be
held on Saturday, May 12, at
Grace Church Auditorium, 19
Kings Highway, from 7 to 10 p.m.
in Haddonfield.
Join us on a tour of the great
wines from countries along the
Atlantic Ocean. Weve selected
six of them for your tasting pleas-
ure.
A range of reds, whites,
sparkling, dry and not-so-dry will
be available.
These are some of the greatest
wine producers in the world, in-
cluding France, Spain, South
Africa, Argentina, America and
Portugal.
A starfish wine glass marker
will be our gift to each tickethold-
er. Light fare and hors doeuvres
to complement the wines will be
served as well as dessert.
Come prepared to bid on items
in our silent and ticket auctions.
Tickets are $25 per person.
They may be purchased in person
on Sundays at Grace Church
(cash, credit card or check), by
PayPal on the website
(www.gracehaddon.org) or
through the office at (856) 429-
0007.
Babysitting services will be
available during the event in the
nursery.
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eventcharges@gracehaddon.org.
Please do not send credit card
numbers through e-mail.
BRIEFS
The Haddonfield Memorial
High School Lacrosse Booster
Club is hosting two events on Sat-
urday, April 28.
Dont miss the Seventh-Annual
Haddonfield Lacrosse Day, from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. at HMHS Stadium.
Watch the awesome and exciting
play of the HMHS girls and boys
varsity and JV teams as they face
perennial foe West Deptford.
Plus, the future will be on dis-
play as the talented up and com-
ing Haddonfield Boys youth play
a full slate of games.
Enjoy a variety of great food
available throughout the day.
Free soft pretzels will be given
to youth players wearing pinnies
or jerseys.
Game schedule: 9 to 11 a.m.
Haddonfield boys youth lacrosse
games; noon, HMHS girls JV vs.
West Deptford; 1:30 p.m. HMHS
girls varsity vs. West Deptford; 3
p.m. HMHS boys varsity vs. West
Deptford; 4:30 p.m. HMHS boys
JV vs. West Deptford.
The action continues that
evening at LAXapalooza! Beef
and Beer Social, at Morgan Hall,
Christ the King Church, from 7 to
11 p.m. All adults are welcome to
attend this fundraiser, which in-
cludes dinner, beer, soft drinks,
vegetarian options, a DJ, live en-
tertainment, dancing, auction
items and more. The $25 per per-
son, $50 per couple in advance;
$30 to $55 at the door. Please make
checks payable to HMHS
Lacrosse Booster Club. Mail or
drop them off by April 20 to the
attention of Liz Tomlinson, 328
Knoll Top Lane, Haddonfield,
08033.
For more information, email
elizabethtomlinson@hotmail.
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Community service and fundraising leaders Jack and Barbara Tarditi of Haddonfield have received the
2012 Camden County College Civic Leadership Award from the Camden County College Foundation and
CCCs Center for Civic Leadership and Responsibility. The Tarditis were honored for the depth and
breadth of their charitable contributions during a celebration on the Colleges Blackwood Campus, which
raised more than $41,000 for foundation initiatives.
Community service and
fundraising leaders Jack and Bar-
bara Tarditi, of Haddonfield,
have received the 2012 Camden
County College Civic Leadership
Award from the Camden County
College Foundation and CCCs
Center for Civic Leadership and
Responsibility.
The Tarditis were honored for
the depth and breadth of their
charitable contributions during a
celebration on the colleges Black-
wood campus, which raised more
than $41,000 for foundation initia-
tives.
Before joining well-wishers for
a performance by Tony Award-
nominated comedian, actor and
musician Robert Klein, the cou-
ple was recognized with an award
reception and the presentation of
a framed resolution from the col-
lege trustees.
In that document, the trustees
noted the Tarditis have spent
their four decades as husband
and wife demonstrating through
personal, professional and phil-
anthropic giving that there is
more to life than achieving suc-
cess. They also noted the gen-
erosity of the Tarditis has en-
hanced the lives of countless
South Jersey residents and up-
held the highest ideals of the
Camden County College Center
for Civic Leadership and Respon-
sibility.
The Tarditis who are the for-
mer mayor and first lady of Had-
donfield have devoted countless
hours and resources to local gov-
ernment, the business communi-
ty and numerous nonprofit bod-
ies.
They have made the act of rais-
ing money for charity one of
their most common pastimes.
The Tarditis have run various
fundraising events and even es-
tablished their own charitable
fund to support initiatives enact-
ed by arts, community, cultural,
education, healthcare, quality-of-
life, womens welfare and other
entities. They also have served on
many boards and provided lead-
ership throughout Camden Coun-
ty and South Jersey.
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Moorestown Friends School
(MFS) junior Joseph Kiernan was
recently accepted into the New
Jersey Scholars Program (NJSP).
Kiernan, a Haddonfield resi-
dent, is one of 39 rising seniors
who will be attending a five-week
residential program at The
Lawrenceville School this sum-
mer.
This years program is entitled
Immigration: Demographic Dis-
aster or Cultural Recreator?
The New Jersey Scholars Pro-
gram provides a dynamic learn-
ing environment at the
Lawrenceville School, where 39
able and motivated high school
students experience the life of the
mind as they have never done be-
fore.
Scholars plunge into an inter-
disciplinary college-level five-
week summer program, expand-
ing their intellectual abilities by
approaching the summers topic
from many different directions.
The scholars learn and live to-
gether, stimulating and support-
ing each other as they wrestle
with the challenges posed by this
new approach to learning. The
faculty creates a program de-
signed to excite the scholars
about the interdisciplinary ap-
proach to learning.
Drawing on such disciplines as
history, art/architecture, litera-
ture, music and science, the facul-
ty teaches the scholars to ap-
proach topics in terms of a com-
plex weaving of many disciplines.
Faculty members dedicate
themselves to helping each schol-
ar achieve the maximum growth
in the program.
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variety of colleges and universi-
ties, as well as from the
Lawrenceville School.
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partment of the Haddon Fort-
nightly is having its annual flea
market on April 21 at the club-
house on the corner of Kings
Highway and Grove Street.
The doors will open at 9 a.m.,
and the sale will continue until 2
p.m.
Some people may remember
that this activity goes way back
40 years or more ago, it was
known as The Thrift Shop.
It used to be more than a one-
day event, but was changed to just
one day many years ago. The
items sold, then and now, fit the
same categories.
This year, the clothing will be
sold on the second floor. There
will be things for adults and chil-
dren, from work clothes to
dressier clothing.
In the foyer of the building,
plants and freshly made baked
goods will be for sale.
The clubroom will be filled to
capacity with household items,
jewelry, books, toys, holiday deco-
rations and much more.
Occasionally there will also be
a few pieces of furniture.
The real fun of a flea market is
coming and finding that perfect
something. We cant promise mir-
acles for all, but last year, a
woman bought a pin she found at-
tractive for $2. When she took it to
the jeweler to be cleaned, he told
her it was worth $500.
All of the profits will go to the
many charities the club sponsors.
For more information, contact
Joanne at (856) 858-8240 or Carol
at (856) 858-5383.
Haddon Fortnightly planning
flea market for April 21
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Theater group presents
Arsenic and Old Lace
Haddonfield Plays and Players
presents Arsenic and Old Lace,
by Joseph Kesselring.
Meet the Brewsters.
Jonathan looks like Boris
Karloff.
Teddy thinks hes Teddy Roo-
sevelt.
And their aunts, gentle spin-
ster sisters Abby and Martha,
make aelderberry wine.
In this, one of America's clas-
sic comedies, these two sisters
with charity in their hearts and
cadavers in their basement will
leaving you screaming with
laughter and shivering with ex-
citement.
The performances will be held
on:
- Thursday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m.
- Friday, April 27 at 8 p.m.
- Saturday, April 28 at 8 p.m.
- Sunday, April 29 at 2 p.m.
- Friday, May 4 at 8 p.m.
- Saturday, May 5 at 8 p.m.
- Sunday, May 6 at 2 p.m.
- Wednesday, May 9 at 8 p.m.
- Friday, May 11 at 8 p.m.
- Saturday, May 12 at 8 p.m.
All tickets are $15. The Wednes-
day, May 9 show is a special In-
dustry Night where tickets are
$10 for local actors and crew.
Plays and Players is located at
957 E. Atlantic Ave., Haddonfield,
08033.
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5739 Asbury Ave 2nd floor, Ocean City NJ
Mint Condition deep south-end 2nd floor condo. This property is turn key
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Featured Property
Ninety Tanner Street Haddonfield, NJ 08033
(856) 428-9677, Ext. 241
rwoods@lvlrealtors.com
Ron Woods
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LENNY, VERMAAT
LEONARD
I N C O R P O R A T E D
R E A L T O R S
HADDONFIELD
A grand home built for family, friends, and entertaining. This remodeled
three-story nineteenth century, Victorian mansion with stunning grand
center hall entrance with fireplace, club room with an eleven foot
cherrywood bar, gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, huge dining
room with doors to covered porch, full size tennis court, solarium,
8 bedrooms, 5 full baths and 2 powder rooms, multiple zoned heating and
air conditioning, beautiful large lot with circular front drive.
Call for additional information. Ask for Ron Woods at 856-428-9677 ext. 241.
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CHERRYHILL 109 Box Hill Drive
Gorgeous terraced grounds with a fish pond create the setting for this 4BR, 2.5 BA
Cape Cod in Charleston Ridings. First floor MBR & bath, family room and den.
A bright home on a .42 acre lot.
$399,000(5869163) Text JRWEAAHV to 64842
HADDONFIELD 724 Grove Street
Lovely 1 story Ranch in beautiful Haddonfield. Great colors & hardwood floors t/out. Features 3 well sized BRs with 1
1
/2 BAs. Charming LR w/great
lighting, open to KIT & dining area. Back entrance opens to a wonderful patio & large fenced in yard, great for entertaining & family time! Enjoy the
lower level finished bsmnt/family room! Great neighborhood, convenient location to schools, public transportation, parks, shopping and much more.
$229,900(5912177)
Connie NeIson
428-9677 x 237
Gary Vermaat
428-9677 x 243
Connie NeIson
428-9677 x 237
Gary Vermaat
428-9677 x 243
Gary Vermaat
428-9677 x 243
Mark Lenny
428-9677 x 239
Lisa M. CIarke
428-9677 x 227
Mark Lenny
428-9677 x 239
Mark Lenny
428-9677 x 239
HADDONFIELD 21 Olney Circle
Five years young, 2 story center hall Colonial. Hardwood floors on 1st floor, wall-to-wall carpet on 2nd floor, large kitchen w/stainless steel
appliances w/granite counters w/center island, fireplaces in living room & family room, master suite w/walk-in closet, bath w/Jacuzzi tub w/wood
vanity, laundry room on main floor, partially finished basement, den or study on 1st floor. Lovely home in move-in condition
$639,900 (6033961)
HADDONFIELD 847 Edge Park Drive
Located on a quiet street, this updated Rancher features open covered front porch, formal LR & DR, eat-in KIT w/cherry cabinets, powder room,
3 nice sized BRs, full BA, full finished walkout bsmnt w/lg ent area, laundry rm & large storage rm w/plenty of closets, replacement wins t/out, secu-
rity sys, lawn irrigation system & rear deck. Backs up to Cooper River Park & is located near major highways, shopping & in a great school system.
$319,000 (6005189) Text JRWEAAQK to 64842
HADDONFIELD 130 Walnut Street
Truly a Haddonfield Victorian treasure. Beautiful wrap around porch, wood floors throughout, 2 fireplaces with lovely mantles,
5 bedrooms with room to grow on 3rd floor, laundry room & full bath on 1st floor, high ceilings with great bow windows. Corner
lot, two car detached garage. Old World charm but convenient to town and speedline. So many possibilities.
$649,900(6033953)
HADDONFIELD 30 Kings Court #303
Modern Condo located in heart of downtown. Features h/w floors, recessed lighting,
eat-in gourmet kitchen w/pantry, master bedroom w/wall-to-wall carpeting & lg walk-in
closet, lg living room, den, balcony & assigned parking. Close to public transportation.
$299,900 Text JRWEAACQ to 64842
HADDONFIELD 244 Hopkins Avenue
Great 2 story bungalow home that features a formal living room with fireplace, formal
dining room, kitchen with breakfast room, 1st floor master suite, 1st floor laundry,
2 nice sized bedrooms & full bath on 2nd floor & a full basement.
$279,000 (5999194) Text JRWEAAQA to 64842
CHERRY HILL 700 Jefferson Avenue
All brick center hall Colonial with 3 BRS and 2.5 BAS including MBR and MBA,
sun room, eat-in kit, HW fls and 2 car garage.
A classic home on a corner lot.
$249,000(6036425)
CHERRYHILL 1246 Sequoia Road
This 4 BR, 2.5 BA home is designed w/contemporary flair & has a light & airy floor plan.
The great room opens to an oversized deck & private rear yard. Den/study,
eat-in kitchen & MBR suite. In the Ridings of Fox Run community.
$265,000(5717103) Text JRWEAAAJ to 64842
Visit www.lvlrealtors.com or text LVL to
64842 to tour our Haddonfield Properties.
LENNY, VERMAAT
LEONARD
I N C O R P O R A T E D
REALTORS
Ninety Tanner Street Haddonfield, NJ
428-5150
GARY VERMAAT
Broker of Record, Owner
MARK LENNY
Broker/Owner
37 Mountwell Avenue
This Capern built Colonial has 5 BRs & 3.5 BAs with a master bed-
room suite. Original architectural details, wood floors, sunny interior
& private patio. Newer kitchen & adjoining family room. Just a few
blocks from town, schools and Hi-Speedline.
$649,000 (6021805)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239 Text JRWEAARK to 64842
Haddonfield
315 Evans Avenue
This 3 story Colonial boasts 5 bedrooms,
2.5 baths including a master suite, family room & sun porch.
A great family home with lots of desirable options
for everyone.
$559,000 (6020166)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239 Text JRWEAARE to 64842
407 Chews Landing Road
Beautiful 3 story Colonial home with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, open front porch,
grand stair tower, living rm. With fireplace, kitchen with breakfast rm. And center
island, garden room overlooking the beautifully landscaped gardens, full finished
basement and a two car det. Garage. All this and more.
$599,900 (5993968)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243 Text JRWEAAPP CaII 64842
315 Jefferson Avenue
This 3 story Center Hall Colonial has 5 BRs & 2.5 BAs including a
newer master bedroom suite, eat-in kitchen & family room.
Beautiful hardwood floors & NEW C/A. Third floor can be finished
for additional living space. Perfect for a growing family.
$829,000 (5977432)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239 Text JRWEAAOV to 64842
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 landscaped grounds
and is exquisitely appointed throughout.
$1,265,000
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243 Text JRWEAAQC to 64842
408 Bradshaw Avenue
Great Ranch Style Home with added great/family room and expanded
kitchen, entry foyer, formal living room and dining room, laundry/mud
room, master suite, large second bedroom, 2.5 baths, partial basement
with storage room, utility room and workshop and two car garage.
$450,000 (5964830)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243 Text JRWEAAOF to 64842
460 Westminster Avenue
Wonderful Cape Cod style home located in Historic Haddonfield that
features a formal LR & Dr, FR, den/library/bedroom, eat-in kitchen w/island,
1st floor master suite, 3 nice sized BRs on 2nd floor, 2nd floor sitting area,
finished basement, 2 car attached garage & much more.
$850,000
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243 Text JRWEAAON CaII 64842
Come Home to
405 Loucroft Road
11 room stately brick Colonial on .92 acres of lush grounds.
6 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 2 powder rooms including
a stunning Master Bedroom Suite.
If you want the best, this home is for you!
$1,900,000 (5689923)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239 Text JRWEAACR to 64842
139 Glenwood Road
Unusual opportunity to own a 3BR, 2.5BA home built by Sherman-Alan with a distinct center
beam construction. On a lovely lot in the Gill Tract, it includes the original Haddon Farms
milk house owned by the Gill Family with several multi-purpose rooms.
$629,000 (5882492)
CaII Mark Lenny at 428-9677 x 239 Text JRWEAAJB to 64842
517 Woodland Avenue
2 story Cape Cod style home located in the Elizabeth Haddon section of historic Haddonfield.
Features an entry foyer, vestibule, formal LR & DR, eat-in kitchen, family room, full BA on 1st
flr & 2nd flr plus master suite, two fps, heated in-ground pool, patio, full bsmt & 2 car carport.
$460,000 (5994262)
CaII Gary Vermaat at 428-9677 x 243 Text JRWEAAPR to 64842
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