HOST Chairman Harting to receive 2019 Driscoll Award

Longtime borough resident, active community member to be celebrated at Tavistock Country Club on May 1.

Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust chairman Stuart Harting. Photo credit: Haddonfield Civic Association.

It is with great pleasure that the Haddonfield Civic Association announces this year’s recipient of the 2019 Alfred E. Driscoll Award is Stuart Harting, chairman of the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST). 

Harting will be honored at the HCA’s annual Town Dinner on Wednesday, May 1 at Tavistock Country Club, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at https://haddonfieldcivic.com/

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A native of Baltimore, Harting ventured north to attend Temple University and graduated from its School of Business. He has been a Haddonfield resident for more than 30 years. More importantly, Stu and his wife Beverly have been married for 46 years and have two grown children and five grandchildren who live in town. For more than 40 years, he has been a real estate broker and developer in the tri-state area, winning awards including the Architecture/ Ecological award for The Greenhouse in Bala Cynwyd, Pa., and the First Residential Historic Development Award from the Pennsylvania Historic Commission for the Sugar Refinery Apartments in Old City Philadelphia. 

In his free time, Stuart has been an actively engaged Haddonfield civic leader. He has been a member of the Borough’s Planning Board since 2013, member of the Rotary Club of Haddonfield, past member of the First Night Finance Committee, lifetime member of Haddonfield Historic Society, Past Chair of Building Committee, and current member of the Fundraising Committee for the new Archives Center and obtained the Center’s new roof at no cost. In addition, Harting is founding partner of Haddonfield International Exchange. 

This year, borough Commissioners declared April to be Haddonfield Sculpture Month, with an inaugural series of free fun family activities and the installation of new sculptures including the Children’s Sculpture Zoo in Tatem Garden and a bright blue dog based on a true story.  Visit the sculptures in person or online at www.haddonfieldsculpture.org

Since 1975, a long-standing tradition in our town has been the Haddonfield Civic Association Annual Town Dinner. The Driscoll Award recognizes individuals or organizations that have made a lasting, positive impact on our town in a volunteer capacity. The Award acknowledges an uncommon effort made on behalf of the community, with the intention that those who receive it will inspire others, and that it will encourage broader participation in civic activities in Haddonfield.

 

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