Hey everyone, it’s time for the Boy Scout Troop 119 Annual Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser. This is one of the few fundraising events they hold all year and they need your support. This event takes place on Saturday, February 29th, from 4:00-6:30 p.m. at Trinity UMC Church, 36 W. Maple Avenue, Merchantville. Tickets are: Adults $10, Seniors $8 and Kids $5 and are available at the door. The funds will benefit scouting activities for the boys and the newly-formed girls troop. Thanks for your support!
The Merchantville Stamp Club will host their monthly Stamp Bourse on Saturday, 12/7/19, 1/4/20 and 2/1/20 in the school gym at Martin Luther Chapel, 4100 Terrace Avenue, Pennsauken, NJ. Bourse Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Dealers who are currently committed to the MSC Saturday Bourse include: Jim Chada/Cary Cochran, Woody Fairess/Fisch Stamps, Manny Goldstein/Bob Heaton, Denne Keller/Bruce Lord, Richard Marolda/Dominic Sozio, Sid Morginstin - Button Stamp Co., Ryan Terlecky/Ross Wiessmann, Drew Wintringham, Bob Zatorski - The Excelsior Collection and Charlie Hamilton - C & D Philatelics. For further information, please call Carol Anne Visalli, 856-562-1389 or Bruce Lord 610-356-0867.
Hi, Neighbors. Now's your chance to help beautify Merchantville's West End for the season! This Saturday, November 23rd, we will be adding holiday greens to the planters on the West End. Saturday should be a perfect day to get some fresh air - 50 degrees and sunny. We are meeting at 9AM at the Wellwood Park gazebo. Please bring gloves and pruners if you have them. As the English writer John Heywood said "many hands make light work" so all volunteers are welcome. Please spread the word!
Merchantville Country Club's board recently created a video that showcases the beauty of this 9-hole golf course. The video was shot over two days this fall, the first during their highly successful Pig Roast in late September and the second, on a crisp fall day in late October with the colors at their peak. The finished product presents the natural beauty of the private country club, founded in 1892, and is intended to market the course to golfers who may have an interest in joining the club. The golf course and clubhouse are nestled away on 40 acres of land at the juncture of Merchantville and Cherry Hill, NJ at 501 Chapel Avenue.
Members of Merchantville's Fishing Club will join the ranks of anglers targeting striped bass and bluefish from the shores of Long Beach Island as the 65th annual Long Beach Island Surf Fishing Classic kicks off October 5th. Registration is still open for the nine-week derby – which began in 1955 as the “Striped Bass Derby” and is one of the nation’s oldest and most storied surfcasting tournaments. This event runs through December 8th, and offers thousands of dollars in prizes. Proceeds from the tournament, organized by the LBI Surf Fishing Classic Committee in partnership with the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce, go toward event prize distribution, with a portion benefiting local high school scholarships.