CONGRATULATIONS HADDON TOWNSHIP!
VOTED TOP TOWN FOR 2015 BY SOUTH JERSEY MAGAZINE!
“Take Haddon Township, for instance. A high-performing scholastic program and flourishing real estate market helped this town make the biggest jump from last year, moving up seven spots. Over on the small town side, tight-knit communities like Medford Lakes and Swedesboro continue to shine while making strides toward even brighter futures.”
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Happy 150th Haddon Township!
On the Main Stage at the Ritz Theatre Co
By Jonathon Larson
October 29 – November 22
Pulitzer, Tony and Drama Desk award winner, this rock musical is loosely based on Giacomo Puccini’s opera, La Bohème. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists struggling to survive and create in New York City’s East Village in the thriving days of bohemian Alphabet City, under the shadow of HIV/AIDS. The brilliant score will stay with you, haunting you long after you’ve left the theatre. We are so proud to close our 30th Anniversary Season with this modern musical classic.
Ritz Theatre Company 915 White Horse Pike Arts District Haddon Twp, NJ 08107 P: (856) 858.5230
“HOLIDAY ON HADDON” PARADE & TREE LIGHTING—FRIDAY, DEC. 4TH!
Santa Claus is coming to Haddon Township on Friday, December 4th for the annual “Holiday on Haddon” celebration.
The “Parade of Lights” sponsored by the Westmont Fire Company No.1 and Mayor Randall Teague, Commissioner Paul Dougherty and Commissioner John Foley will begin at 7:00 pm and make its way down Haddon Ave. to the municipal building. Decorated fire trucks, bands, floats, holiday characters and, of course, Santa will all be parading their way to the Township tree.
The tree lighting ceremony will take place immediately following the parade where all of Santa’s helpers will be encouraged to magically light the tree. Afterwards, families are invited for refreshments at the Westmont Fire Company No. 1 and children will get a chance to sit on Santa’s lap before he returns to the North Pole.
Civic organizations and families can join in the parade with decorated floats to compete for top honors. There is no Rain/Inclement Weather Date for the Parade or Tree Lighting.
The Township will also be collecting unwrapped toys and non-perishable food items for the Annual Holiday Toy Drive that evening.
For more information on the parade, please contact; Kate Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HADDON TOWNSHIP TOY DRIVE
Mayor Teague, Commissioner Dougherty and Commissioner Foley are once again sponsoring a town-wide toy and food drive this holiday season for families in need in Haddon Township. Please donate new and unwrapped toys, non-perishable food items and gift cards at the following locations beginning on Tuesday, November 24th : Haddon Township Municipal Building – 135 Haddon Ave. , Annex Building – 10 Reeve Ave., Westmont Fire Co. 1 and all Haddon Township schools.
If you know of or are a family in need, please contact Kate Burns at email@example.com or by calling 856-833-6267.