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Citizen of the Year to be named on Tuesday night

The name of Haddonfield’s Citizen of the Year for 2021 will be announced during a special meeting hosted by the Lions Club on Tuesday, January 26, starting at 7:30pm.

Normally, the announcement is made during the Mayor’s Breakfast, held annually on a Saturday in January at the Presbyterian Church. Because of the pandemic, this year’s gathering was canceled.

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Newcomers kick off new season

The Haddonfield Newcomers Club will kick off its 2020-21 season with two outdoor, socially distanced barre classes for club members on Friday, September 25 at 5pm and Sunday, September 27 at 9am

The classes, to be conducted by Barre3 Cherry Hill, will be held at 70 Lane of Acres, Haddonfield.

The Haddonfield Newcomers Club is open to residents of the borough, and the barre classes are open to all experience levels.

To register for Friday, go HERE.

For Sunday, go HERE.

Republican Club to meet

The Haddonfield Republican Club will hold its next monthly meeting on August 12 at 7pm.

Now that the Borough Hall has reopened, the club is able to meet in the auditorium. Those attending are asked to enter via a side door.

Masks will be worn and social distancing protocol will be observed.

Lions name Youth of the Year

The Haddonfield Area Lions Club has chosen three outstanding Haddonfield Memorial High School students to receive its William G. Hansen Youth of the Year awards. The honor is given to students showing empathy and compassion through their many years of volunteer service.

“The applicants were outstanding and we wish we could have chosen them all,” said Debra Nussbaum who chairs the Youth of the Year Committee with Ellen Ragone. “These students were all busy with academics and activities, but they made helping others a priority.”

  • Stella DeMarco is the president of the HMHS Leo Club “She has been instrumental this year in helping me behind the scenes in planning events and serving as a role model for other Leos,” said Maggie Gammie, the High School’s faculty advisor to the Leo Club. 
  • Elliot Ryan has mentored and tutored children in Camden since 2015 He is also a volunteer at the Historical Society of Haddonfield and is a student board committee member for the Haddonfield Japan Exchange. 
  • Charlotte George is vice president of Play it Forward, a music volunteering club where members give free music lessons to students in Camden schools She is also on the school’s Peer Bias Committee.

The Lions also recognized four other HMHS students for their extensive volunteer work: Max Cass, Kyle Dailey, Carly Griffin and Rebekah Vielehr.

The awards will be presented at a Lions Meeting when the virus quarantine ends.