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Kids and Teens 12/14/2005

By Rick Racela

TEEN SCENE
Rebel: youth group which empowers other youth to make informed choices about tobacco use meets the first Monday of each month from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. at Cape Assist’s offices in Wildwood, 3819 New Jersey Avenue.  New members are welcome.
Teen Karate:  Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Call 886-6902 or 889-8105.
Teen Program: Tabernacle United Methodist Church, 656 Seashore Road, Erma. Discipleship, Wednesday, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Friday Night Life:  Friday 7-11 p.m. and Teen Ministry, Sunday, 5:30-7 p.m.
Homework Club: 3:30-4:30 p.m. Church of the Advent, Parish Hall, Washington and Franklin St. Cape May.
4-H Teen Ambassadors: grades 8-12: leadership, citizenship, community service; second Tuesday monthly, Rutgers Extension, Court House, 465-5115.
AlaTeen: for teens with family or friends who are alcoholics; Thursdays, 8 p.m., Church of Resurrection, 200 W. Tuckahoe Road, Marmora, 547-0855.
Civil Air Patrol: ages 12-18: meets Thursdays, cadet programs, drill and ceremony, safety classes, aerospace education, emergency services. 624-0529.
Music: Impact Choir, Seashore Church, 886-6196; Kaleidoscope Kids singers, ages 6-14, 465-7443; Community Concert Band, Norm Lochten, 465-8737.
NAACP: Youth Council, ages 14-21, 624-9152.
Scouting: ages 5-17; Girl Scouts of the South Jersey Pines, 697-3900; Boy Scouts Southern New Jersey, 327-1700.
Swim Teams: ages 5-18: Cape May Recreation Dept., 884-9565; Crest Dolphins, 884-6390.
Tennis Clinics: for beginners and intermediates at the Wildwood Crest courts. Call WC Recreation Dept at 729-8186.
Teen Services: numbers for activities, health questions; United Way, 729-2255, free directory.
Medical Explorers: will meet Dec. 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the Maruchi Room. Open to students ages 14 to 19 who are interested in the medical profession.  Call Ruth Particelli, 463-2367.
Volunteer for the following groups:
Animal Welfare Society, 465-3403;
Burdette Hospital, Etc. Shop, 463-2000; Cape May Nature Center, 884-9590; Cape May Rec., Terry, 884-9565;
County Museum, Barbara, 465-3535;
Crest Haven Nursing Home, Anthony, 465-1274;
Habitat for Humanity, 463-0244; Lower Twp. Rec., Zack, 886-7880; MADD, 463-1616;
North Cape Center, Paul, 898-8899; Red Cross, Peg, 465-7382;
United Way, Suzanne, 729-2002; Wetlands Institute, 368-1211. Adults are also welcome.
SANTA’S HELPER – When Amanda Moustafa, Erma, invited friends to her sixth birthday party on Dec. 4, she asked them to donate her gift (or any unwrapped toy) to the Sgt. William Alvarez Memorial Toy Drive at the Cape May Police Department. This toy drive is ongoing and it’s not too late to donate.
FIRST GRADE DONATES – First graders at the Glenwood Avenue School donated toys to Mr. Hamer’s Karate School to replace the toys that were stolen. From left to right, Mr. Burgess “Butch” Hamer; Jeanne Van Note, vice president of the Hamer’s School of Karate Parent Association; Dr. Herbert Frederick, principal; and Superintendent Dennis Anderson.
The little boy wearing the green sweatshirt in the middle of the front row is six-year old Fury Tassoni. He heard about how all the presents were stolen and approached his first grade teachers Linda Burgin and Erin Ridgeway about using the class’ Christmas party money and buy presents to help the Hamer’s School of Karate Parent Association instead

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