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Lower 2/1/2006

By Christine Cote

We can only guess at what type of weather February will have in store.
It’s keeping us on our toes.
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Don’t forget little league sign-ups continue this week at the Vietnam Veterans Association hall on Seashore Road from 6 to 8 p.m.
Friday and 10 a.m. till noon on Saturday.
Call 884-3268 for more information.
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Adult Continuing Education classes start at Lower Cape May Regional Feb. 8.
Learn how to use computers and do more sophisticated things with them, take an art course, learn about taxes or just take one of the many fun classes like learning more about the Pine Barrens.
Call 884-3475, ext. 223 if you haven’t received a booklet in the mail about the course offerings or you’d like to know more about it.
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There’s a talent showcase at the high school tonight at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.
The students on the mock trial team for Lower should be congratulated for their undefeated run in the first round of competition against other county high schools.
They started the second round last night against Middle Township and those two schools will battle it out for county title in a two out of three wins series.
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The Dramis Detachment Auxiliary of the Marine Corps league is hosting lunch at Atkinson’s Tavern on Route 9 in Court House on Feb. 13, 14, 15 and 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There are menu choices available and tips are included in the $12 price.
Treat yourself to a meal out and meet some new folks and find out what the auxiliary and league do in our community.
Call Marge at 889-9448 or Nancy at 465-9846 for tickets or more information.
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The library is running a Cool Readers club for kids in kindergarten to fifth grade.
Stop by our branch and Bayshore Road and pick up a packet for your child.
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Tomorrow night the planning board will be looking at the conversion of the Bayview Inn into 24 condominiums and the final site plan for the Grand Hotel, both Diamond Beach projects.
There are also two applications for teardowns of exiting homes with requests for variances to build bigger houses than zoning would allow on Brookdale Avenue and West New Jersey Avenue.
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Have a great week. Please let me know if your organization has plans it would like to share.

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