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JUNE 2228, 2016

Looking back while


moving forward

HMHS Class of 2016

HMHS Class of 2016 valedictorian


Austin Stoner, salutatorian Lily Kwak
share thoughts on graduating
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun

LINDSEY NOLEN/The Sun

Haddonfield Memorial High School senior class president Reilley Connoly stands beside friends Caroline Bolletino, Katie Agnew, Bridget Poisel and Natalie McCrudden before their graduation ceremony began on June 16. For more photos, please see page 12.

Haddonfield Memorial High


School celebrated the graduates
of the Class of 2016 on Thursday,
June 16 at the HMHS stadium.
One hundred and ninety one seniors in caps and gowns took their
final steps as high school students
and began steps to their next
journey in life.
On that day, students, administrators, families and friends were
addressed by the Class of 2016
valedictorian Austin Stoner and
salutatorian Lily Kwak, speaking
of memories and giving hope and
inspiration to the class for the future.
The Sun took some time to
speak to Stoner and Kwak on
graduating, their speeches, their
future goals, memories and more.
The Sun: How do you feel about
graduating?
Stoner: I am incredibly proud
to have made it through these
past four years of high school.
For me, it has been a road with a
lot of ups and downs, so to finally
have made it through all the hard-

STONER

ships is a big relief. That being


said, I will certainly miss everybody very dearly. I am very reluctant to leave HMHS and all the
amazing people I have met along
the way. Graduating opens the
doors to me to explore the world
and find where I belong, but I will
never forget this school and my
journey here.
Kwak: It is difficult to say goodbye to so many friends and teachers who have made a difference in
my life. At the same time, though,
I am excited for what is to come:
to start over, to meet new people,
and to enter this huge world.
The Sun: How do you feel about
please see STONER, page 10

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Complete Streets
Commissioners adopt
policy. PAGE 6

KWAK

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 2225
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Obituaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

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Gess edges competitors


at Meet of Champions
Briana Gess wins 1,600-meter run in 4:50.09
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
Haddonfield Memorial High
School junior Briana Gess quest
for a third straight first-place finish in the girls' 1600-meter run at
the NJSIAA spring Meet of
Champions was unlike her previous two.
For starters, Gess didnt have
the fastest seed time entering the
event despite being the two-time
defending champion. Both Ciara
Roche of Freehold Township
High School and Christina Rancan of West Windsor-Plainsboro
South High School had run faster
times than Gess in their respective group championship meets.
Gess also hadnt had anyone
run side-by-side with her down
the stretch in her previous Meet

of
Champions victories.
This
year,
Roche
kept
up with Gess
nearly all the
way until the
finish line.
However,
nothing was
going to keep
GESS
Gess
from
putting her name in the record
books once again. Gess edged
Roche by just less than half a second to win the girls 1,600-meter
run for the third straight year.
Gess is one of only five girls in
state history to win the 1,600meter run three times.
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Day July 3-4
For Haddonfields Independence Day Celebration 2016, Small
Town America Celebrates the
4th is this years theme.
Fireworks will be held on Sunday, July 3 on the high school
field, 401 Kings Highway East, between Sylvan Lake Avenue and
Hopkins Lane. Only street parking is available.
Gates open at 7 p.m. There is no
charge for admission. Donations
will gladly be accepted at the
gates. They can also be sent to P.O.
Box 15, Haddonfield, N.J. 08033 or
by credit card at the Information
Center, 2 Kings Court or with Paypal using the Haddonfield Celebrations website at www.haddonfieldcelebrations.org.
The fireworks display will
begin at dusk, approximately 9:30
p.m.
Due to the installation of the
turf field, blankets only will be allowed on the field, positively no
chairs.
The rain date for fireworks
only is Sunday, July 10.
Entertainment by the Shore
Thing begins at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be available at
the Lions Club tent in the end
zone. Hot dogs, pretzels and cold
drinks will be sold. Mr. Softee will
also be available.
There will be no outside vendors on the school grounds and
smoking and pets are prohibited
on all school property.
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Schools out for summer!

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Stay involved this summer, and help us be the best we can be


hrow your hats in the air, pick
up a beach chair, put on a nice
pair of sandals and relax ...
summer is here!
Life changes here in New Jersey for
two-and-a-half months once school
lets out for summer recess. The kiddies are home, which makes us change
our normal routine. Traffic eases up at
the typical before-school and afterschool rushes, and families head out of
town for vacation.
We here at The Sun dont take vacations. Well, thats not true, but our dedication to providing the best coverage
of town doesnt waiver one bit. If anything, summer allows us to focus even
more on the special people, places and
things that make our town so wonderful.
Every summer, the end of the school

Want to help?
Have a story idea for us? Or some photos
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anytime via the email address to the right.

year means the temporary end of


school coverage stories and photos
of students and teachers doing a community service project, of high school
sports teams and of noteworthy accomplishments. But that doesnt mean
our pages will be blank.
True, summer often does signal a
slowdown in official town- and
school district-related business, but
there is plenty of newsworthy happenings around town to keep your interest
piqued.
Summer is a time when we often

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Have an interesting story idea
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Summer holds a special place in
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Help us make this summer special by
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Commissioners adopt Complete Streets Policy


Policy meant to be a future guide for borough to ensure safer streets for all
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
Borough commissioners would like to
continue to have Haddonfield be known as
a walkable and friendly town. To do so, a
more detailed Complete Streets Policy was
created.
Commissioners unanimously approved
the policy at their Tuesday, June 14 meeting. The Complete Streets Policy is meant
to be a guide for the boroughs future use to
ensure safer streets for all who use them.
It has some very good ideas, some we
can do right away, some we will have to
take a longer look at, but it does give us a
guidepost for the future, making streets as
friendly as we can for pedestrians, bicyclers and vehicular traffic as well, Com-

missioner Neal Rochford said.


The Complete Streets Policy was
brought about when members of Sustainable Haddonfield and the Environmental
Commission wanted a more detailed policy.
They worked on the document for about
eight to nine months, according to
Rochford.
The purpose is to create a policy that
will provide for integration of all modes of
travel in the design and construction of the
annual road program. The benefits include
improved safety for all travellers, promoting healthy lifestyles, creating a more livable community, improving Haddonfields
walkable community standings, reducing
traffic congestion, limiting greenhouse
gases and improving air quality.
A Complete Street is defined as, a

means to provide safe access for all users


by designing and operating a comprehensive, integrated, connected multi-modal
network of transportation options.
Areas of consideration include bicycle
routes, sidewalks, walking routes, safe
routes
to
school,
crosswalks,
stormwater/green streets and land use requirements.
For implementation, the Complete
Streets Policy and checklist will be used as
a review guide when designing, planning
and constructing a capital project that includes a roadway, whether new or reconstruction, other transportation facility or
any improvement to a municipal complex.
The borough engineer or the borough adplease see NEXT, page 20

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JUNE 2228, 2016 THE HADDONFIELD SUN 7

NDCSNJ names Silvestri Nonprofit


Organization Chairman of the Year
Kennedy Health board member
John P. Silvestri was named Nonprofit Organization Chairman of
the Year for 2015 at the recent
NPO Awards Celebration presented by the Nonprofit Development
Center of Southern New Jersey
in partnership with SNJ Business People magazine. Awards
were presented to individuals and
leading not-for-profit organizations in seven categories.
Currently vice chairman of
the Kennedy University Hospital
Board Trustees, Silvestri had
served as chairman of the
Kennedy Health Board for several
years, until the close of 2015, during a time of tremendous growth
for the multi-site health-care system.
With more than 25 years of
service to Kennedy, Silvestri also
serves as chairman of the
Kennedy Property Corporation
Board and the Kennedy Management Group. He is president of
Site Development Inc., of Mt.

Laurel. He has
also served on
the boards of
Commerce
Bank/Shore,
University of
Pennsylvania
Football Club
and Galloway
National Golf
Club Inc.
SILVESTRI
In 2006, Silvestri was the recipient of the
New Jersey Hospital Associations Healthcare Leader Award,
presented annually to an NJHA
member
health-care
system
trustee who has contributed significantly to the health of the system through exceptional leadership, guidance and service to the
healthcare system and communities it serves.
Known for his dynamic leadership style, Silvestri is a graduate
of the University of Pennsylvania. He resides with his wife,
Ann, in Haddonfield.

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CALENDAR

WEDNESDAY JUNE 22
Afternoon Adventures: Ages 3 to 6.
3:30 p.m. at Borough Hall. Hosted
by the Haddonfield Public
Library.
Alcoholics Anonymous Young People's meeting: 8 p.m. at United
Methodist Church, Grand Ballroom. Questions, call (856) 4864444.
Quaker Worship: 9:15 a.m. at Haddonfield Friends Meeting, 45
Friends Ave. Visitors welcome.
Childcare available. Call (856)
428-6242 or visit www.haddonfieldfriendsmeeting.org.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
First Presbyterian Church. Visit
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Email
office@gracehaddon.org
for
information.
Line Dancing: 1 p.m. at Mabel Kay
Senior Center. Call (856) 3548789 for more information.
Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. at
Mount Olivet Baptist Church, 202
Douglass Ave., Haddonfield.
Wednesday Night Prayer: 7 p.m. at
Haddonfield Bible Church. 324
Belmont Ave., Haddonfield.
Evening Meeting: 7:30 p.m. at First
Church of Christ, Scientist, 355
Kings Highway East, Haddonfield.
Hymns, testimonies of healing
and inspirational readings from
the Bible and Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures, by
Mary Baker Eddy.

THURSDAY JUNE 23
Toddler Time: Ages 2 to 3. 10:30
a.m. at Borough Hall. Hosted by
the Haddonfield Public Library.
Read to a Dog: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. p.m. at Borough Hall. Hosted
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Art Workplace: 9 a.m. to noon and 1
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Center. Call (856) 354-8789 for
more information.
Senior Cardio Fun: Noon at Mabel
Kay Senior Center, Upper Level.
Call (856) 354-8789 for more
information.
Al-Anon meeting: 1 and 6 p.m. at
First Presbyterian Church, floor
2R in the youth lounge. Support
group for family and friends of
alcoholics.

FRIDAY JUNE 24
Friday Program: Noon at Mabel Kay
Senior Center. Call (856) 3548789 for more information.
Kiwanis Club of the Haddons
meeting: 12:15 p.m. at Tavistock
Country Club. For more information, call (856) 559-2009, email
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SATURDAY JUNE 25
Farmers Market: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Kings Court in the center of
town, Kings Highway. Fresh fruits
and vegetables, artisan breads
and treats, organic flowers, hot
coffee and other delicious foods
to eat there or take home.
Through Oct. 28. Free parking.
Rain or shine. Visit www.haddonfieldfarmersmarket.org for more
information.
Grace Church Worship Service:
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. 19 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield. Email
office@gracehaddon.org
for
information.
Haddonfield
United Methodist
Church Worship: Casual service
with weekly communion at 5 p.m.
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JUNE 2228, 2016 THE HADDONFIELD SUN 9

Know the facts


about Zika

obituaries
Richard A. Edwards
June 10, 2016
Richard A. Edwards, a Haddonfield resident for more than 60
years, passed away on June 10 at
the age of 89. He was the husband
of the late Patricia (nee Stone);
beloved father of Pamela Lindsay
(Bruce) of York, Maine, Sandra
Langford (Richard) of Haddon
Heights, Richard A. Edwards, Jr.,
M.D. (Katy) of Corfu, N.Y. and
Gwyneth Edwards (Baron) of San
Diego, Calif.; cherished grandfather of six; and loving great
grandfather of eight.
Mr. Edwards proudly served in
the U.S. Coast Guard during
WWII. He began his career as a
building contractor with his father at Edwards & Sons and eventually became the owner. He volunteered numerous work hours
on the Battleship of New Jersey
and was a member of the Haddonfield Ys Men for many years.
Mr. Edwards family received
friends on Saturday, June 18 at the
First Presbyterian Church of
Haddon Heights, 7th Ave. and
Green St., Haddon Heights, N.J.
08035; where his memorial service followed. Interment was private. In lieu of flowers, contributions in honor of Mr. Edwards
may be made to the church at the
above address, where he had been
a longtime member or to the Battleship New Jersey, 62 Battleship
Place, Camden, N.J. 08103.

Zirbser) of Haddonfield; cherished brother of Jim Trojan of


Erie, Pa.; dear brother-in-law of
Judy Lazo; caring uncle of Carl
and Allison Oberg; and adoring
companion to his dog Remi.
Ed proudly served in the U.S.
Army during the Vietnam War
and was a member of the American Legion. He graduated from
West Chester University in 1972.
Ed began his career in law enforcement as a Camden County
probation officer, became a Camden County Park police officer,
then a mounted police officer and
finally retired from the Camden
County Prosecutors Office. Ed
then became an addictions counselor for more than a decade.
Eds family received friends to
share stories and reminiscences
about Ed on Wednesday evening,
June 15 at the Haddonfield Historical Society, 343 Kings Highway
East. Interment was private. In
lieu of flowers, memorial contribution in honor of Ed may be
made through In Memory of to either the Seraphic Mass Association or St. Judes Hospital at
www.inmemoryof-memorial.org
Arrangements were made by
Kain-Murphy Funeral Services of
Haddonfield.

School District, Wilmington, Del.


He also enjoyed golfing, gardening, dancing with his wife and
making his own wine. Additionally, he was very creative and
handy, allowing him to work
around their beloved home.
Mr. Sands' family will receive
friends on Saturday, June 25 from
noon to 12:45 p.m. in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church
of Haddonfield, 20 E. Kings Highway. His memorial service will
follow promptly at 1 p.m. In lieu of
flowers, memorial contributions
may be made in honor of Mr.
Sands to the National Parkinson
Foundation (www.parkinson.org),
200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800,
Miami, Fla. 33131.
Arrangements were made by
Kain-Murphy Funeral Services of
Haddonfield.

Edward T. Trojan
June 9, 2016
Edward T. Trojan, a longtime
Haddonfield resident, died at
peace with the Lord on June 9 at
the age of 71. Ed was the beloved
husband of Joan (nee Lazo); loving father of Bradford Trojan
(Amanda Brown) of Tuscon,
Ariz., and Nittaya Trojan (Ryan

Bruce A. Sands
June 5, 2016
Bruce A. Sands of Haddon
Heights passed away on June 5 at
the age of 84. He was the beloved
husband of the late Lois (nee
Rohlfing); devoted father to Leslie
(Thomas) Schaffer of Haddonfield and Jeffrey (Sarah) Sands of
Lakewood Ranch, Fla.; and loving
grandfather of Grace and Katherine Schaffer, and Tyler (Erin),
Trevor, and Hillary Sands. He is
also survived by his sister Jane
Hamilton of Richmond, Va., and
his sisters-in-law Linda Molnar
and Minerva Rohlfing.
Mr. Sands had a lifelong passion for teaching. As an educator,
he taught gifted fifth and sixth
graders in the Brandywine

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have been no locally
home, be vigilant about
transmitted cases of
removing any standing
Zika from mosquitoes
water around your yard
reported in New Jersey
where mosquitoes can
at this time, Camden
breed.
County is monitoring
Residents should
for the virus and has
check their property for
started a public educaany object that holds
tion campaign to keep
water for more than a few
you informed.
The Camden County Department of days. All pre-adult mosquito stages (eggs,
Health and Human Services and the Cam- larvae, and pupae) must be in stagnant
den County Mosquito Commission are water in order to develop into adult mosworking closely with the CDC and the New quitoes.
Jersey Department of Health to keep Cam- Swimming pools are a common probden County residents informed and pro- lem. All pools must be checked and maintected. The Camden County Mosquito tained to keep them mosquito-free.
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development site. Add a little chlorine to
results of their surveillance efforts.
Zika is a disease caused by Zika virus kill mosquitoes.
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fever, rash, joint pain, conjunctivitis, mus- you are outside when mosquitoes may be
cle pain and headache. Zika virus has also activegenerally dawn and dusk. Insect
been linked to serious birth defects such as repellants containing between 10-35%
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virus will experience symptoms. Even precautions with children and infants.
then, the illness is usually mild. If you feel For more information on the Camden
that you have come in contact with the County Mosquito Commission call (856)
Zika virus, please consult your primary 566-2945. For more information, on the
Camden County Health Department call
health care provider.
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please
visit
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countries that have ongoing Zika concerns to call me at (856) 225-5575 or email me at
could introduce the virus to mosquitoes in carmenr@camdencounty.com. You can
also follow us on Twitter at @camdencounthe US initiating local transmission.
Whenever you are outdoors you should tynj or like us on Facebook at
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Stoner heading to Yale;


Kwak to attend Rutgers
STONER
Continued from page 1
being named valedictorian/salutatorian?
Stoner: Being named valedictorian has been a dream of mine
ever since coming into this school
my freshman year. It has been an
agonizingly long process for me,
and many times I had doubts
about if it would even happen or
not. To finally have this dream of
mine come into fruition is the
most satisfying moment of my
entire life. To be honest, I came
home after hearing the news and
cried with my mom. God has
blessed me tremendously in the
past couple years, and may all the
glory of this award go to Him.
Kwak: It is truly an honor to be
recognized as the HMHS salutatorian this year. We all worked so

hard over the past four years, and


the Class of 2016 excelled not only
in academics, but also in athletics
and the arts. Our successes in the
classroom, on the field and on
stage are rooted in our inherent
value for excellence. After all,
Haddonfield Public Schools
motto is Growing in Excellence.
The Sun: Where are you going
to college? What are you majoring
in? What is your dream job?
Stoner: I am studying molecular biophysics and biochemistry
at Yale University next fall. My
dream is to one day either do cancer research or become a doctor.
Kwak: I will be attending the
Honors College of Rutgers University in the fall. I plan on majoring in cell biology and neuroscience, and I hope to study medicine in the near future.
The Sun: Do you have a speech
please see HADDONFIELD, page 21

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Class
OF 2016
Photos by Lindsey Nolen/The Sun

Graduation for the Haddonfield


Memorial High School Class of
2016 was held Thursday, June
16, in the school stadium. Clockwise from left: Anne Gosse
shakes hands with BOE President Glenn Moramarco as she receives her diploma. Valedictorian
Austin Stoner addresses the
senior class. Graduates are all
smiles. Members of the Class of
2016 toss caps in the air as the
ceremony concludes. Graduates
smile while entering the stadium.

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and socialize. Intermediate lesson
6 p.m. and beginner lesson 7 p.m.
with dancing from 8 to 10:30 p.m.
$20 for intermediate lessons and
$15 for beginner. For more information, visit www.haddonfielddance.org.
Quaker Worship: 10 a.m. at Haddonfield Friends Meeting, 45 Friends
Ave. (at Lake Street), Haddonfield. Food and fellowship from
11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Visitors
welcome. Call (856) 428-6242 or
visit
www.haddonfieldfriendsmeeting.org.
Lutheran Church of Our Savior:
Traditional/classic worship serv-

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and 10:30 a.m. Sunday school
10:30 a.m. for children age 3
through sixth grade. Reflections
worship at 9:15 a.m. 204 Wayne
Ave., Haddonfield.
Grace Church: Holy Eucharist (Rite
I) from 8 to 9 a.m. Choral and
Family Eucharist (Rite II) from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Fellowship at 9
and 10:30 a.m. Christian education (adults) from 10:30 to 11:30
a.m. Christian education (children) from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Nursery available. 19 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield.
Haddonfield United Methodist
Church: Traditional service at 8
a.m. in Brown Chapel. Contemporary service at 9 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Traditional service
10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary. Contemplative service at 6 p.m. in
Brown Chapel. 29 Warwick Road,
Haddonfield.
Mount Olivet Baptist Church: Sunday school at 8:30 a.m. Morning
worship at 9:30 a.m. 202 Dou-

glass Ave., Haddonfield.


First Baptist Church: Adult Bible
study at 9:30 a.m. Prayer &
Praise Music at 10 a.m. Childrens
Sunday school at 11:15 a.m. Worship service at 11 a.m.; childcare
provided. 124 Kings Highway East,
Haddonfield.
Haddonfield Bible Church: Morning
prayer at 9:30 a.m. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Sunday worship
at 11 a.m. Evening worship at 6:30
p.m. 324 Belmont Ave., Haddonfield.
First Presbyterian Church: Traditional worship at 8:15 a.m. in the
chapel. Family service at 9:30
a.m. in the sanctuary. Traditional
worship at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary. 20 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield.
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
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for children at 10 a.m. 355 Kings
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That's been a goal ever since I
was a freshman.
Gess said she knew repeating
as the 1,600-meter run champion
would be a tall task. She wasnt
concerned about her competitors
fast times, however.
I've been trying to focus on not
worrying about the other people,
Gess said. I wanted to focus on
the plan that I wanted to stick to.
This years race felt way different to Gess from start to finish.
The difference was apparent in
the speed of the race. As a freshman, Gess won the 1,600-meter
run at Meet of Champions with a
time of 4:45.97. That year, three
other runners also posted times
under 4:50. This year, Gess winning time was 4:50.09.
We went out pretty slow,
Gess said. Everybody was still

pretty slow with one lap to go.


On the final lap, Gess and
Roche broke away from the other
runners and were nearly side-byside coming down the final
stretch. Gess managed to pull just
ahead and hold off Roche to the
finish line for the victory.
Gess admitted it was easily the
closest race she has run at a Meet
of Champions so far.
The first year I came from behind, but still even in the last 100,
I was ahead of her, Gess said. It
wasn't that neck-and-neck feeling.
I just worked so hard the
whole season, Gess added. You
can't go that far and not give it
your all at the end.
The first-place finish at the
Meet of Champions was just one
accomplishment Gess had to close
out her season. Gess also won the
800-meter run at the NJSIAA
Group II State Championships
and was part of Haddonfields
4x800m relay team that won the
event at the Group II State Cham-

pionships and finished in the top10 at the Meet of Champions.


Next season, Gess will have a
shot to do something only two
other girls have ever done before:
win the girls 1600-meter run at
the spring Meet of Champions for
the fourth time.

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pinochle and other games in the
Parish Hall. Lunch is available for
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Local Campaign. Part of the campaign is a financial incentive for
Haddonfield taxpayers to patronize participating borough-based
businesses through the payment
of residential property taxes. If
you spend money at a store that
participates, the business will
credit some percentage of the
purchase to residential property
taxes, according to Mayor Jeff
Kasko.
Hamna Khalid was honored
with the 2016 Alvin R. Schomer
Award for her essay in Yes! Magazine entitled Education: Every
Girl's Haq (Right) to Make Her
Voice Heard about amplifying
the voices of those who have been
less fortunate than her to receive
a good education. The award is
given to a youth of Haddonfield
by the Haddonfield Human Relations Commission for outstanding service to the community in
fostering tolerance and diversity
and demonstrating leadership
and strength of character.
A proclamation was given to
the Haddonfield Garden Club for
its 110th anniversary and its commitment to serving the community. The Haddonfield Garden Club
is the oldest garden club in the
state and the third-oldest in the
country.
An ordinance was passed on
second reading, amending the
chapter entitled Curfew. There
is no substance change, according
to Iavicoli. The amendment veri-

fies the fine of up to $1,000 for violators of the ordinance.


Commissioners approved a
number of ordinances on first
reading for the acquisition of a
fire department command vehicle and appropriating $55,000
from the general capital fund for
the costs; amending the borough
code to say the District Management Corporation members will
be appointed and effective June 1
of each year, rather than Jan. 1;
and amending the code to allow
for a maximum of 100 permits to
park for employees. The latter ordinance, if passed, will also include a resolution setting the permits to 40 monthly. The 100 maximum is so the borough doesnt
have to keep changing the number if more are needed in the future.
Commissioners approved a
grant for $1,790.23 for bulletproof
vests and a grant application to be
submitted for $2,500 for the Haddonfield Community Forestry
Plan.
A number of events were
unanimously approved by commissioners. They approved the
Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Arts
Festival on July 9 and 10; Girls
Night Out on July 21; Summer
Sidewalk Sale from Aug. 4 to 7;
Haddonfield Night Market on
Sept. 8; Friday Night Concerts
held every Friday in July; Keith
Schwab Kick-Off Classic on Aug.
27; Police Community Day on
Sept. 24; and Car Seat Installation
on Oct. 15.
The commissioners meeting
planned for June 28 is cancelled,
as commissioners felt it was not
needed. The next meeting starts
the summer schedule of one
meeting per month, rather than
two. The next meetings are July
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about your speech?
Stoner: Unfortunately, I found
out that I was valedictorian on a
Tuesday and our graduation is
two days later. This left me very
little time to plan and write my
speech, but I was able to lock myself in my house and get all my
ideas straightened out. It has
some humor in it, but by the end,
I really try to hammer home some
important things to my fellow
classmates. I compare this point
of our lives now to the beginning
of a cross-country race. As we
wait eagerly to graduate and the
race to go off, there are often a lot
of nerves and uncertainty about
what to expect. The key is, we
start this race together, and no
matter if you get out too fast, too
slow or just right, we can all end
up where we belong in this world.

Kwak: The theme of my speech


is that we must open our eyes to
the world of possibilities around
us. High school is merely one step
we take toward making our mark
on the world, whether we plan on
studying, working, traveling, etc.
in the upcoming years.
The Sun: What kind of message
do you want to leave your fellow
graduates with?
Stoner: I want to leave my fellow graduates with the message
that they truly can achieve whatever it is they set out to do. We all
have the opportunity now to take
whatever direction we want and
go at it full speed, and so all
should really take advantage of
that. Being lukewarm about
things in your life is not the best
way to live; rather, find your passion and give everything you can
to be incredible at it. Everybody
can make the most of the circumstances they have now and do
whatever it is they set their
minds to. The Class of 2016 is
comprised of some of the brightest and most amazing kids I know,

and I want them to know that if


they want something bad enough,
they can get it.
Kwak: Maya Angelou, one of
my greatest role models, stated
that people will forget what you
said, people will forget what you
did, but people will never forget
how you made them feel. Class of
2016, we learned so much from
one another. I always felt that we
were a family more so than academic peers. Weve been through
so much together, and I trust that
each and every one of us will look
back on our high school years as
a time when friendships bloomed
and identities developed.
The Sun: Whats your favorite
memory youve had being in the
Haddonfield Public Schools?
Stoner: Selecting one favorite
memory for me is very tough. If I
were to have to pick, I would say
being a part of the student-led a
cappella group Co-Ed. This
year, I was the beat-boxer for this
group and got to perform all over
the place with an incredibly talented group of people. Doing

something like this was completely out of my comfort zone, but by


taking a leap of faith and auditioning, I was able to meet a really
cool group of people that I love
dearly now. The whole experience
has really opened my eyes to just
how amazing the students at Haddonfield are. We are not simply
test scores and athletics here;
rather, we excel at the arts, charity and many other areas as well. I
have made memories and friendships through Co-Ed that will last
a lifetime. Thank you to everyone
in that group for letting me get to
know all of you and constantly
yell Welcome! every day.
Kwak: I moved to Haddonfield
from Ann Arbor, Mich., in the second grade. Since then, I loved
every second I spent as a student
of Haddonfield Public Schools.
The opportunities were limitless,
and the teachers showed me what
it truly means to be passionate
about something. If I had to
choose one aspect of my schooling experience, it'd be the musical
endeavors I've partaken in. I en-

joyed singing with the Madrigals


and school choirs, as well as performing as a violist in the Select
Ensemble. Music continues to
play a major role in my life.
The Sun: Is there anything else
youd like to add?
Stoner: I would just like to
thank my family, especially my
mom, for the guidance and support my entire life. You have all
been by my side and encouraged
me through this whole journey,
and I would not be here today if it
werent for you guys. I often take
for granted the love and passion
you guys show for me, and I am
sorry. I want you guys to know
that I love you more than words
could ever describe, and this
recognition is as much yours as it
is mine.
Kwak: I would like to thank my
family, friends and faculty for the
support they have shown me.
Above all, I thank God for the
grace and guidance He's given me
throughout my life. And finally,
I'd like to congratulate the Class
of 2016 we made it!

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