School Bond Referendum

MESIn August, the Merchantville Board of Education authorized the inclusion of a bond referendum question on the November 2014 election ballot. It has been 18 years since the Board of Education asked the community to support a referendum. The Board of Education is committed to providing the students of Merchantville with a positive school environment. The Board of Education after careful consideration of different options chose a bond referendum as the most fiscally sound goal for achieving the much needed repairs and upgrades to the buildings and grounds of Merchantville School.

Camden County Flu Shot Program
vaccineThe Freeholders are hosting free convenient flu shot clinic locations across Camden County now through November 5th. On Friday, October 10th, they will be available at the Cherry Hill Township Municipal Building, on Tuesday October 21st
Lee Whitaker achieving his dream
WhitakerLee Whitaker, a Haddon Heights resident who plays guitar and sings in the praise band at United Methodist Church in Pitman, is an unusually busy guy whose life is driven by his love for Christian music.The retired 33-year Merchantville schoolteacher performs songs
A Place to Play

playgroundThe "A Place to Play" initiative is a committee within the Merchantville School PTA that is committed to enhancing the school and, in turn, the community by creating a playground that is safe, innovative, accessible and engaging for students in first through eighth grades at the Merchantville School.

Safety department host meet & greet
policeThe Merchantville Department of Public Safety will host a “Meet and Greet Event” for the residents of the Borough to come out and talk to members of the Police and Fire Departments. The event begins at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 26th, at the old railroad station building on Chestnut Ave at Centre Street. Information regarding the Neighborhood Watch, and Helping Hand programs will be available. Free “Child Identification Kits” will be available for those residents with children.
DOH confirms Enterovirus cases

The state Department of Health confirmed Tuesday five new cases of enterovirus D68 in New Jersey, bringing the total to 14 cases in New Jersey. There are two new confirmed cases in Morris County and one each in Camden, Middlesex and Mercer counties. The typical enterovirus season runs from July through October, so we're in an enterovirus season. What’s unusual about this one is that it’s a virus that hasn’t widely spread through the U.S. before.

Cast a VOTE for Art
eilandIf you feel art education for both young and old is important, if you love having a center for the arts in Merchantville, if you enjoy the classes we host at our center or duck duck goose, or you support family businesses, PLEASE take 2 seconds to vote. We need 250 votes by Oct 17th to have our application considered. Vote for Eilandarts Center at Chase Mission Main Street Grants here:
Annual Boro Yard Sale

yardsaleClean out your clutter and make some cash on Saturday, September 20th beginning at 9:00 a.m. at our annual yardsale. Maps will be available at the following locations the morning of the sale: Borough Hall, News Nook, McFarlan’s Market and the Merchantville Diner.

DEA: Operation Take Back
PillsGot Drugs? Turn in your unused or expired medications at Merchantville Borough Hall on Saturday, September 27th. Operation Take Back is sponsored by the DEA - Drug Enforcement Agency - for residents from the borough and neighboring communities to safely dispose of prescriptions that they no longer need or use. This program runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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