If you don’t have a special person to spend the day with, try to lighten up someone else’s day, it will make you feel good.
I’ve heard winter’s threatening to raise its ugly head.
Well, I say bring it on. It’s only a little over five weeks till spring.
We can take it.
It won’t be long until those spring flowers start popping through.
Last days to sign up for Little League are Feb. 17 at 6 to 8 p.m. and Feb. 18, 10 a.m. till noon.
Sign-ups are at the Vietnam Veterans Hall on Seashore Road.
To register a parent or legal guardian must be present, with the child’s original birth certificate (with the raised seal), and proof of residence.
There is also a fee and parents must participate in a fundraiser but there’s a buy-out option available.
This league is open to kids who live in Lower Township, Cape May, West Cape May and Cape May Point and no others.
Boys and girls who will be five before May 1 are eligible to play.
Teams forming include Junior League Softball and Baseball, Little League Baseball and Softball, Minor League Baseball, Coach Pitch Baseball and Softball and Tee Ball.
Any questions call 884-3268 or check out the Web site at eteamz/lcmrlittleleague.com.
If you are interested in volunteering to umpire or coach call the number above or Jim at 886-9586.
Tomorrow the Lower Township Chamber of Commerce will meet for lunch at Little Italy II in North Cape May at 12:30 p.m.
The guest speaker will be President Peter Mora from Atlantic Cape Community College.
If you haven’t taken a ride over to see the new campus in Court House, you really should. It’s something we can all be proud of.
Call 884-7703 today to reserve a spot for lunch.
If you are a business owner, the chamber would love to have you join them.
There may still be time to get into their directory. If not you can still make some networking connections.
Our library will be displaying another quilt by the late Dorothy Doan.
This one illustrates the history of the county in 35 appliquÃ©d squares.
There are also glassworks on display, which were made in Clayton in the early 1900s.
This “From the Sands of South Jersey” exhibit is being shared by resident Jean Chiemingo and Jane McNutt of Middle Township.
The Aquarian Project will put the spotlight on trees this month by setting up an exhibit of the interaction between art and nature in the library’s showcase, with some paintings and photographs of trees as part of the display.
Students of Rich Flanagan of Flanagan Art and Framing in West Cape May will also grace the library with the paintings in pastel, oil and acrylic.
As usual, there are many things to see at the library.
It’s a guessing game at the main branch of the library in Court House.
Stuffed dolls depicting characters from children’s books will be on display and the challenge is to guess what book they are from.
Even if you don’t know all the answers, you might find some new titles to share with your child by trying to work out the answers or rediscover an old favorite.
That’s all I have to report.
Remember it’s Black History Month and in light of the recent deaths of Coretta Scott King last week and Rosa Parks months ago, there’s a lot to reflect on this month.
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