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Kids and Teens 5.31.2006

By Rick Racela

OCEAN VIEW – Lil Tikes Gym, 2515 Route 9, Ocean View will have their first annual Kids’ Fair 2006 on June 2, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Children’s themed vendors, kiddie car seat safety checks, moon bounce, and more. Call 624-PLAY.
ERMA – Seashore Community Church of the Nazarene, 446 Seashore Road, Erma, will hold their summer vacation Bible school called Groups’ Fiesta, where kids are fired up about Jesus on Wednesday nights, 6:45-8 p.m.
For kids three through sixth grade, June 21 through Aug. 30. On June 21 starting at 6 p.m. there will be an exciting fiesta for the entire family.
Call (609) 886-6196.
CAPE MAY – The Cape May Young Birders Club will meet at the north parking area at Reeds Beach on June 4 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Come to witness thousands of shorebirds and gulls feeding on Horseshoe crab eggs and learn why numbers have declined recently putting the population of species such as Red Knot in jeopardy.
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.
OUTSTANDING WRITERS – Twenty-six Crest Memorial School students have their literary work on display at the main entrance of the school. Their work was selected as the best examples of student writing for the month. Students receive a certificate and a pizza party.
Principal’s Corner award recipients for May include third and fourth graders (front, from left) Jesus Feria, Alfredo Pelaez, Blake Vogdes; (center) Emily Orlandini, Rachael Kobielnik, Krista McGowen, Carley Nichols and Dominic Travascio; (back) Anthony Chiolo, Jenny Kole, Holly Golato, Nicole Toland, Amber Carella, Mackenzie Huber, Samantha Myers, Megan Irwin and Cole Sawyer.
Picture on the right shows fifth and eighth grade Principal’s Corner recipients Natalie Green, Jordan Rodriguez, Bobby Kole, Kelsi Toland; Elijah, Donny Long, Daniel Karvounis and Danielle Aydelotte.  Not pictured are seventh graders Damaris Lopez and Zach DeWeese.
AUTHOR, AUTHOR – The Outstanding Authors at Maud Abrams School for the fourth marking period are Gabrielle Niemann, Zach Wescott, Jim Knox, Domoninque DeCamillo, Clara Raymond, Peter Mayer, Kevin Alexander, Hayley Scull, Lauren Holden, Zach Piccioni, Josh Pilatsky, Brandon Worby, Kyle Hood, Chandler Nicas, Emily Bland, Brad Fleming, Kasey Day, Emma price, Gary Graves, Clayton Wallstin, Anthony Fenton, David Beck, Katriana Kurtz, Nathaniel Fisher, Amin Fadel, Alex Myers, Averi Smith, Eric Goss, Zach Brown, James Pearson, Brandon Blake, Kaitlene Torres, Taylor Moran, Peter Ford, Amy Kenney, Kyle Hopkins.

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