As a third-generation Funeral Director, Matthew Gaskill, owner of Gaskill-Brown Funeral Home and Cremation Services, has been actively involved in the funeral service for over twenty years. And, as a Borough resident, he and his wife, Mary-Elizabeth and their daughter, Meredith, have been dedicated to the local community. Matt is President of the Merchantville Task Force, Chairman of the Pennsauken-Merchantville Area Chamber of Commerce, a parishioner at St. Peter R.C. Church, Past President and member of the Burlington County and West Jersey Funeral Directors Association. He's also a member of numerous community and charitable organizations. Gaskill-Brown Funeral Home is a family owned and operated funeral home providing a tradition of personal and compassionate service that is especially important at one of the most difficult times in our lives - the loss of a loved one.
Nicole Nurthen Photography is offering Sunflower mini's - adding wildflower field mini's as well. On July 13th Nicole will be doing Sunflower minis from 6:00-7:00 p.m., then a Wildflower field from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Sessions will be 15 minutes in length and you receive three (3) digitals for his package at a cost of $120 plus tax. If interested, need more details or to book an appointment, message please me through my Facebook page. Nicole's studio is located at 105 South Centre Street and can be contacted at (856) 324-4430.
Do your laundry at Tri-Town Laundromat! We have a comfortable seating area with TV and free WiFi. Grab a snack from our neighbors at Circle Mini-Mart or a crepe from Charlie's while your clothes dry. We have 14 Wascomat washing machines (including two 35-pound and two 50-pound loaders that can handle even the largest blankets) and then to dry your clothes we offer 9 modern and efficient Maytag commercial-dryers along with 3 enormous “vintage” models for heavy-duty loads. Open weekdays: 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
The Bedding Outlet at 25 West Park Avenue was just for sale for $139,000 by McHugh Realty. This commercial building is a single story brick structure built in 1950, includes open showroom space with a bathroom, a paved driveway with 3 parking spaces and is located in Merchantville's downtown business district. The listing agent is Rita Miloshevsky.
Getting ready for a trip to the shore? Let the friendly, capable staff at McFarlan's Market put your meal worries to rest with their "Store to Shore" meat or deli packages. The deli package is $39.99 and includes: 2 pounds of coleslaw, macaroni or potato salad, a pound of your choice of cheese, a pound of store cooked ham, a pound of store cooked turkey or roast beef and 1 pound each of D&W bacon and hot dogs. their meat package includes: 2 pounds of beef patties, 2 pounds of store made sausage, 2 - 6 ounce rib-eye or NY strip steaks, 1 pack of baby back ribs, 4 boneless chicken breasts and 4 chicken or beef kabobs! Call 856-662-1400 to place your order today - 24 hours in advance of pickup. McFarlan’s offers incomparable meats, prepared dishes and desserts with a warm, welcoming smile.
Need your graduation party, communion, or backyard barbecue catered? Mio Amore Merchantville, at 177 S. Centre Street, offers a full menu of delicious entrées and summer salads at their restaurant that are also available for purchase in half or full pans to meet your catering needs. They also take custom requests for themed parties. Call 609-760-1873 for inquiries and pricing. Stop in and show some community amore!
The Clip Joint is a great little Beauty Salon and Barber Shop located in Merchantville NJ and serving our residents and neighbors from Cherry Hill, Pennsauken, Maple Shade, Cinnaminson. If you're looking for a great haircut in a friendly atmosphere with a fun but professional staff, you'll be glad you found The Clip Joint! Enjoy a walk down memory lane with former owner, Al Segrest.
Many Merchantville churches have published their events and services for Easter week on their websites and Facebook pages. These services include the Solemn Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday, 7:00 p.m., Stations of the Cross on Good Friday and several Easter masses at St. Peter Church, the Stations of the Cross at Grace Episcopal Church on Friday at noon, followed by a Good Friday service at 7:00 p.m. Trinity United Methodist Church will have an Easter Sunday worship service at 10:45 a.m. and First Presbyterian Church will meet in the sanctuary for a service of Scripture and prayer on Good Friday, April 19th at noon, the Seed of Life will have a worship service beginning at 7:30 p.m. and Easter Sunday service at 10:00 a.m. High Place Church will have three services on Easter Sunday, in English at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., followed by a Spanish service at 1:30 p.m. to Celebrate the Risen King.