Signal Hill School’s Parent Faculty Association is hosting “Gourmet Week” form March 17 to 21. All participating restaurants will donate between ten and twenty percent of final meal bills per family back to Signal Hill.
The educational community of Moorestown and all residents are invited to a special Board of Education meeting to be held Thursday, March 13 at 7:30 p.m. at William Allen Middle School. For anyone who missed the March 4 meeting, all budget topics regarding the upcoming school year will be discussed. There will be time for the board to answer public comments after meeting agenda topics are discussed.
Dozens of area professionals and business owners attended the Haddonfield Professionals Committee of the Partnership for Haddonfield’s networking event on March 6. The event welcomed local professionals at MiaMare Ristorante in Haddonfield.
Featured speaker Susan Hodges, chairperson for the Partnership for Haddonfield, addressed the crowd of local professionals from Haddonfield and surrounding Camden County communities, including Collingswood, Haddon Heights, Moorestown and Cherry Hill. After the presentation, the group met for one hour of networking and business card exchanging.
“The Professionals Networking event allows local professionals to meet up with old friends, exchange contact information, and come up with new ideas,” John C. Picking, Professionals Committee chairperson.
On Saturday, March 22, there will be a Historic preservation workshop open to the public, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Borough Hall auditorium on the second floor. The Historic Preservation Commission will host Ms. Andrea Tingey from the New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office for “Historic Preservation 101.” Ms. Tingey will cover basic preservation history and current preservation practices with an emphasis on how they relate to Haddonfield’s historic preservation goals. For any questions about the workshop, please contact Lee Albright, HPC chairperson at email@example.com or 609-417-8935.
The Voorhees Township Environmental Commission is meeting Tuesday, March 11 at 7 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Voorhees Municipal Building in the Voorhees Town Center. All residents with questions regarding environmental issues or Kirkwood Lake are encouraged to attend.
Residents of Voorhees have something to celebrate. The new owners of the Coliseum have decided to preserve it and modernize the facility, instead of demolishing it. Omar Wellington, an owner and spokesperson for the new facility, has indicated that he plans to seek Planning Board approval for the finishing stages of the redevelopment project on March 12, renaming it the “Nexxt Level Coliseum” along the way. The Coliseum, located at 333 Preston Road, is currently being partially used as Nexxt Level Sport Facility. The building itself has a storied past…
Perkins Center for the Arts has been awarded a grant of $25,000 by Holman Automotive Group, Inc. to support operations, arts education programs and facility improvements at Perkins Center for the Arts.
At the 3 p.m. dismissal of all Haddonfield elementary schools, children can be seen running about town in excitement and anticipation for whatever the remainder of their day may bring. …
The weather this year has been especially hard on the roadways. The Borough of Haddonfield is beginning to accumulate a list of serious potholes in the area, so that commissioners may go out to bid for filling these potholes as soon as weather permits. Please report potholes on the website by filling out a form, at www.haddonfieldnj.org/borough_dept_pw.php#pothole. County roads are not available to be listed with the borough.
If residents observe any potholes on the following County roads, please call 856-566-2980 to file a report:
Cherry Hill Township last week was presented with an honor no other municipality in the area has received.