According to the history books, Haddonfield is "Ground Zero" for dinosaur paleontology in the Americas.In 1858, the bones of , a late Cretaceous duck-billed dinosaur, were unearthed here.We've been here through all of the rounds as we get set for Championship night in St.Louis, capping off what has been a thrilling and surprising 2017 Wrestling Championships so far.To memorialize this historic event, locals commissioned the 12-foot bronze Haddy the Dinosaur Commemorative Statue, which was unveiled in 2003 in a little pocket park on Haddonfield's main street. It's on exhibit at the Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Haddonfield was named for 21-year-old Elizabeth Haddon, whose father, John, purchased 500 acres in New World in the late 1600's.Due to illness John Haddon was unable to leave England, and so in 1701 he sent his formidable daughter, Elizabeth, to New Jersey alone. There will be a parade, including seven wrestlers tied to New Jersey, to celebrate.
NCAA Championships team standings But the championship matches have a chance to be epic. Bronze medalist and Missouri two-time national champion J'den Cox will open it up at 197 pounds, while gold medalist and Ohio State national champ Kyle Snyder goes second.
De Shields lectures both nationally and locally on the topics of alcohol and opioid dependence.
Michael Desrosiers brings over twenty years of facilities and plant operations experience in the healthcare and hospitality industries.
He has served as the Medical Director for Delaware Valley Medical, Camden County Health Services, Camden County Department of Health & Human Services, Kennedy Health Systems Methadone Clinic, Turning Point Drug and Alcohol Treatment, as well as Recovery Services of NJ, where he played a critical role as it transitioned to RCA.“As a physician with many years of experience in treating addiction I have witnessed the impact of the disease on patients, families and the community.
I have also seen the positive impact when there is a commitment to treatment and abstinence, and the acceptance of responsibility.”The current Medical Director and Executive Director of Recovery Care Medical Associates and an adjunct faculty member of UMDNJ-SOM, Dr.