Parks and Community Engagement Committee

Mission Statement of the Centennial Committee:

"Edgewater Park Township's Centennial Committee is committed to commemorating a century of community spirit, unity, and growth. Our mission is to create an inclusive and vibrant event that honors our rich history while embracing the aspirations of our diverse residents. Through engaging activities, artistic expressions, and shared experiences, we aim to foster a strong sense of belonging, celebrate our local heritage, and strengthen the bonds that shape our town's dynamic future. We seek grant funding to amplify our efforts in delivering a memorable celebration that echoes the essence of Edgewater Park's past, present, and the promising years ahead."

Volunteers Welcome!

Volunteers will be needed for the many events and fundraisers planned by the 100th Anniversary Sub-Committee, so please contact or attend a meeting... every 2nd Thursday of the month at 6 p.m.

To help our fundraising efforts for the 100th Anniversary, below is the QR code that will direct donations to the celebration! The second item is a Save the Date for potential Vendors, also with a QR code.


Click here or the sample above to download complete 100th Anniversary Sponsorship Packages info & form

2023-24 Winter Events!

2023 Fall Events!  Come One, Come All!!

Planning Begins for Edgewater Park’s 100th Anniversary

The Township of Edgewater Park, the “Small Town with a Big Heart,” will turn 100 years old in 2024. To mark this important Centennial, the Edgewater Park Township 100th Anniversary Sub-Committee is looking for volunteers to help plan, organize, and fundraise for this birthday celebration.

Any interested current or former resident is invited to attend monthly planning meetings, held in the Courtroom at the Edgewater Park Township Municipal Building, 400 Delanco Road. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. in the Municipal Building.

Volunteer Kim Thomas has designed the 100th Anniversary banner above and is creating most of the posters for events and fundraisers, so we thank her for her civic participation!  

Do you have any old photographs and/or artifacts from Edgewater Park’s past that you would be willing to lend or donate for the celebration? Please let us know.  You can follow us on our Facebook page, both the PCE page and 100th Anniversary sub-committee pages:


Trivia question:

Do you remember where the time capsule was buried as part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration in 1974?

Send your answer, along with any questions to: Parks and Community Engagement Committee at

Click below for some great Township photo memories at events planned by the PCE Committee

Halloween Costume & Movie Night 2022

PCE Committee Begins Its Beautification Campaign...

New PCEC members are sworn-in and begin to plan!

At the January 6th, 2022, Township Committee Re-Organization meeting, charter members of the new Parks & Community Engagement Committee (PCEC) were sworn-in for 3-year terms -- Odessa Santiago, James Ayrer and Corey Davis – and 2-year terms -- Jason Williams and Chrissy Doyle.

PCEC held its own organizational meeting on January 27, 2022 in the Municipal Building and began the meeting by electing Odessa Santiago as Chair and Jason Williams as Vice-Chair of the group. The group will meet on the 4th Thursday of the month in the Municipal Building, at 6pm.

(Left to right: PCEC members Cory Davis, Jason Williams, Odessa Santiago, James Ayrer, Chrissy Doyle, and  then Twp. Clerk Brandon Garcia.)

Important Links

Contact Information

Kim Thomas - Chair
Odessa Santiago - Vice Chair
James Ayrer - Member
Lauren DiFilippo - Member
Jeff Daloisio - Member

Kim Thomas  PCE Chair

609-877-2050 x313 Township phone

PCE meets 4th Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Municipal Building

100th Anniversary sub-committee meets 2nd Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. in the Municipal Building.

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Thanks to Our Centennial Sponsors!