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Kids and Teens 5.10.2006

By Rick Racela

ONGOING EVENTS
BARN BUDDIES – for kids interested in horses. Ages 8-11 meet every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from 1-3 p.m. Dues $20 benefit the center. For more info 884-2048.
CCA-YAP – Youth Arts Program: variety of arts and social activities for youth 10 and older.
YAP – Saturday Nights: Arts and social activities throughout much of the school year for youth and children ages 6-16. Programs include  Junior Arts Camp for ages 6-10, and Camp Congress Hall for ages 6-12.
Summer Youth Art program: half day summer art classes in Cape May and the Villas. Call 884-7525.
Rebel: youth group that 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 Ave.  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. Wednesdays – Teen Bible Study 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday Night Teens, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Homework Club: 3:30-4:30 p.m. Church of the Advent, Parish Hall, Washington and Franklin streets, Cape May.
4-H Teen Ambassadors: leadership, citizenship and community service projects for youth grades eight-12.  Meetings and activities held monthly. For more information: contact Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension 4-H Youth Development Program 465-5115 ext. 605.
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 six-14, 465-7443; Community Concert Band, Norm Lochten, 465-8737.
NAACP: Youth Council, ages 14-21, 624-9152.
Scouting: ages five-17; Girl Scouts of the South Jersey Pines, 697-3900; Boy Scouts of Southern New Jersey, 327-1700.
Swim Teams: ages five-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 Department at 729-8186.
Teen Services: numbers for activities, health questions; United Way, 729-2255, free directory.
Medical Explorers: will meet May 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the Maruchi Room. Open to students ages 14-19 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.
WINNER – AJ Beechler, shown here with his Dad and caddie, won the Cape Junior Tour of the Cape May County Foundation.  Beechler and David Hicks went to a one-hole play-off. Beechler pitched in for an eagle two on the first play-off hole to win.
 
GREEK HISTORY – The sixth grade class at Margaret Mace School visited the first graders dressed as Mythological Greek gods and goddesses.  The students read from a book they created for the class using poems, stories and myths from this period in history. The “gods and goddesses” left each first grader with a gift, a mask representing either Comedy or Tragedy, signifying the Greek role in performing.
 

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