The Borough of Haddon Heights
July 2016 E-Report
Upcoming Council Meetings

Tuesday July 5th
Tuesday July 19th

Tuesday August 2nd
Tuesday August 16th

7:00pm Caucus in the Borough Conference Room
7:30pm Council Meeting in the Borough Hall Auditorium at 625 Station Ave.

Monday July 4th @ 9am  

Haddon Heights will be celebrating our Nation’s 240th Birthday on Monday July 4th. Please join us for these traditional events… Parade begins at 9am following a Station Avenue route, starting at 2nd Avenue then looping around 10th Avenue and heading down High Street to Hoff’s Park. We are planning on making this year’s event bigger and better! Join us for traditional and new events! 

The 4th of July Parade will feature string bands, floats, civic groups, antique cars, decorated bicycles and wagons, costumes and decorated pets. Want to join in the fun? Participants please review our parade information on the borough website for information about signing up and where to line up. 

When the parade is over the fun doesn’t stop! Join us at Hoff’s Park for a Post-Parade Party until Noon. Children will enjoy face painting, inflatable games and bounces and much more! Lots of yummy treats will be available for sale like ice cream, hot dogs, soda and more. Event open to everyone, come on over and join your friends and neighbors in all the fun! We hope everyone has a Fun and Safe Holiday! Need more information or have a question call Susan Griffith at 856-655-5669.


Parade Grand Marshall
Fire Official Tim Daly

After many, many years of service to the Borough of Haddon Heights Thomas M Daly (Tim) is retiring.  He started his service in 1956-1957 at age 14 as a Civil Defense radio operator in the basement of the old Borough Hall under the direction of Carl Miller.  

Tim joined the Haddon Heights Volunteer Fire Department in 1960. He worked his way up to Cheif of the Department and even with taking time off to raise his family, now has a total of 40 years of service. In 1965 Tim was also employed by the Borough of Haddon Heights as a police officer until his retirement in 1990, after serving for 25 years, elevated to the rank of sergeant. In 2001 Tim was hired as the fire inspector and continues to hold that position presently, he also has held the rank of Fire Marshall for the last 15 years. 

Tim has been an asset to this town for his many years of service, he has many friends who will miss him and wish him nothing but the best in his retirement. Join with us at the independence parade in honoring him and his contribution to our town. 

Police Department:
Crossing Gaurds Needed

The Haddon Heights Police Department is in need of Crossing Guards. If you’re in good health, enjoy being out doors and spending time helping children you may be qualified. Interested applicants should apply at the:

Haddon Heights Police Department
625 Station Avenue  
Haddon Heights, NJ

Please call 856-547-0614 ext. 10 if you have any questions. Crossing Guards typically start part time and move to a permanent position when a post becomes available. Hourly pay is $11.66.
Summer Rec Program

Payments for Weeks 4 & 5 of the program are now past due! If you have not already done so please submit your payments for Weeks 4 & 5 right away! Please also make sure you have completely filled out and turned in the Green Emergency Contact Form.

If you have any questions about the 2016 Summer Rec Program you can contact Kathy Lange  at: or if you have questions about your payment status you can contact Julie Yuhaze at:

Summer Programs
Register Now

Fun is in the air at Haddon Heights Programs! Our second summer session classes begin the week of July 11th and we would love for you to join us! There is still time to sign your child up for our SNAPOLOGY classes of Minecraft, Jr. Engineers, and Combat Robots at a discounted price! Additionally, we are offering some great Kids’ Camps this summer, including our always popular Rising Stars Acting Camp and Kids can Cook Camp. Zombie Science, part of our Summer Science Fun series of classes, can be taken immediately following Summer Rec or on its own and starts the week of July 18th. Please keep an eye on our website for a possible children’s yoga class to begin in August. Adult classes include: Low Impact Circuit Training, Tai Chi, Zumba, and many more fun fitness classes. As always, our Bridge, Pinochle, and MahJongg Clubs are great activities for Seniors.  

Please visit our website at for more information or check out our Summer 2016 brochure which was mailed directly to your home in Mid-April - (if you did not receive your copy, please let our program coordinator know.) You can also pick up a brochure at Borough Hall and the Library, along with the Community Center and the Cabin. For more information or to suggest an idea for a future class, please call our Program Coordinator, Erin Moran, at 856-546-2585 or email at â€‹

Senior Community Table

A Community Table is a long table where people come for lunch, sit together, order from the regular menu, pay their own bill and socialize with new and old friends. The Senior Citizens group will meet for lunch at the Community Table every Tuesday, anytime between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the following Haddon Heights restaurants. Please join us! No reservation needed. Call Rose Fitzgerald for more information 856-547-3950

July 5th @ Kunkel’s
July 12th @
Village Cheese Shop
July 19th @ Station House
July 26th @ Anthony’s  

Aug 2nd @ Kunkle's
Aug 9th @
Village Cheese Shop
Aug 16th @ Station House
Aug 23rd @ Anthony's
Aug 30th @ Classic Asia 
(across from Library)


The Following Senior Clubs are FREE and have NO FEE. 
Bridge Club
All Seniors are welcome to join the already thriving Bridge Club. Enjoy good company and a fun game!
Meets: Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday
Time: 12:30 – 3:00 pm
Location: Senior Room @ Com Ctr
Game Club*
You name it, we play it!  Join us for a good time playing games and socializing. Feel free to invite a friend!
Meets: Every 3rd Tuesday
Time: 10 am - 12 pm

Location: Senior Room @ Com Ctr
*Please call first: (856)546-2585
Pinochle Club*

Meets: Every 3rd Thursday
Time: 10 am - 12 pm

Location: Senior Room @ Com Ctr
*Please call first: (856)546-2585
MahJongg Club
A game of Chinese origin, played by four people, in which tiles bearing various designs are drawn & discarded until one player has an entire hand of winning combinations. All experienced players are welcome! 
Meets: Every Friday
Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm

Location: Senior Room @ Com Ctr

2nd Annual Comic Con

July 10th  -  10am - 5pm   

The Haddon Heights Library and The Comic Station are happy to announce the 2nd Annual Haddon Heights Comic Con.  This year’s con will be held on Sunday, July 10 from 10:00 – 5:00.  We will have face painting, balloon artists, vendors, writers, artists, The Ghostbusters and much more.  Stop by the library or The Comic Station for more details on this great event.


Historic Society
July 18th @ 7pm  

The Haddon Heights Historical Society Is Honored to Present: 

Ralph W. Galati, Vietnam Veteran and Director of Veterans’ Services at St. Joseph’s University. A decorated veteran of the US Air Force, Ralph’s plane was shot down over Vietnam in 1972. He was taken to Hanoi and spent 14 months as a POW.

Join us to learn about his experience during the Vietnam War, service in the military, and support of all men and women in uniform, especially disabled veterans.

July 18 at 7PM
Haddon Heights Public Library


Farmers Market 
Join us each Sunday!
9:30am - 1:00pm 

Hard to believe that 4th of July Weekend is upon us. Join us early at the market to get the best selection of "Jersey Fresh" produce, including SWEET CORN and TOMATOES for your BBQ. Don't forget we have Baked Goods and other Gourmet Items to round out your Menu. For more information on the Market, you can contact us at, visit us on Facebook at Haddon Heights Farmers Market, or check out our website at



Children's Summer Movies Return to Library

Lights! Camera! Action! 
The popular Summer Movie Series returns to the library every Tuesday during the summer. G-rated movies will be shown at 11:30 am and PG-rated movies will be shown at 7:00 pm.  The series will run from June 21 – August 16. These FREE movies are shown on our 144 INCH SCREEN in HD! Bring your popcorn and drinks and enjoy great movies in the air-conditioned library. A schedule of movies will be available at the library in June. Call 547-7132 for more information.

Showtime: 11:30 am 

7/5 – Thomas & Friends (Not Rated)
7/12 – Mighty Machines (G)
719 – Tangled Ever After (G)
7/26 – Curious George (G)
8/2 – The Three Musketeers (G)
8/9 – An Extremely Goofy Movie (G)
8/16 – The Land Before Time (G)

Showtime: 7:00 pm 
7/5 – Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG)
7/12 –
Open Season:Scared Silly (PG)
7/19 – The Good Dinosaur (PG)
7/26 – Inside Out (G)
8/2 – Minions (G)
8/9 – Goosebumps (PG)
8/16 – Astro Boy (PG)


Adult Coloring Club
3rd Thursday of Each Month

The library has a new program launching: The Adult Coloring Club. Adult coloring books have taken the world by storm and have proven to relieve stress. Join us on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm. We will be creating beautiful masterpieces and bonding with our neighbors. Our next coloring club will be held on Thursday, July 21st.

Join us as we "Walk to the Olympics"

Four years ago, to encourage fitness and have a little Olympic Fun, we challenged  our residents to “walk” from Philadelphia to London, the site of the 2012 Summer Olympics. Yes, we pretended we could walk across the ocean and about 35 residents made the trip by the Opening Ceremony. This year, the XXXI Olympics will be held in Rio Di Janeiro, Brazil and we have until late August to get there. It’s easier now - there’s a selection of fitness devices or phone apps to help track our progress. So are you “game”? If you take the direct water/flying route you need only to log 4,786 miles. 

Can you make the trek before the closing ceremonies on August 21st? We are working on the Honor System, you can log your miles using your devise of choice! Residents are logging their miles starting May 1st and ending August 21st. Let us know how far you made it by August 30th. (Email Kathy Lange at Kathy will have Gold, Silver, and Bronze “medals” to award at the September 6th Council Meeting. 

Even if you don’t make it all the way, it will be fun to see how far you can get - there’s plenty of interesting cities along the way. Be inspired by the Olympic Creed… The important thing in the Olympic Games is to not win but to take part just as the important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well. Good Luck!

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