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Lower News Notes 3.22.2006

By Christine Cote

Our winter of crazy weather is over and now we can enjoy spring, I hope, and look forward to those hot days of summer that people will complain about once they are here.
Just remember to enjoy each day for what it is; there may never be another like it.
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Tonight Historic Cold Spring Village kicks off its third annual Spring Lecture Series with architectural historian Joan Berkey.
Her topic is “Lost Cape May County,” about the buildings that have been lost like hotels in Cape May, train stations and windmills.
She will also talk about the buildings that the village has saved.
The program will be held in the village’s newly renovated Welcome Center Museum.
Park in the Route 9 parking lot and enter the village from that gate.
This series is free and will also be held on March 29 and April 5 and 12.
Watch this space for more information on these programs.
The village is holding its sixth annual Feasting on History event May 2 at 6 p.m. at the NASW Aviation Museum.
Signature entrees from the county’s most popular restaurants will be served, along with gourmet wine and desserts.
You must buy tickets in advance. Call 898-2300 ext. 12 for tickets and more information.
This event benefits the village’s endowment fund and is sponsored by Sturdy Bank.
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Remember it’s time to get that annual license for your dog.
It’s $4.20 if your pet is spayed or neutered and $7.20 if not.
Just stop in at township hall and take care of it this week.
If your dog or cat needs a rabies shot, there will be a free clinic at our Public Works Department on Seashore Road April 8 from 1-3 p.m.
All pets must be on a leash or in a carrier and accompanied by an adult.
Please muzzle your dog if it’s aggressive.
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Seashore Community Church of the Nazarene will present a special program for the Easter season.
It’s “Bow the Knee,” a dramatic musical about Anthony, a Roman centurion who encounters Jesus Christ and is faced with a decision that is not very different from one we must make in choosing our faith.
There are three shows, April 7 at 7 p.m., April 8 at 6 p.m., and April 9 at 10:45 a.m.
Tickets are $3 per person and dessert is included with the show.
Call 886-6196 if you need more information.
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The folks in the Mulligan Greens Neighborhood Association wanted me to remind you that they meet the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Millman Center on Bayshore Road in the Villas.
Stop by April 5 and see what this group is all about.
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Friday night there will be a fifth and sixth grade dance at the rec center hosted by the Fantasy All-star Competition Cheerleading Team.
Admission is $4 and the dance starts at 7 and ends at 9 p.m.
Refreshments are sold so kids should bring an extra bit of cash.
Parents must come into the center to pick up their children after the dance.
There will also be dances on April 7 and 21.
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The township’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will be April 8 at 10 a.m. on the grounds of the Sandman and Maud Abrams elementary schools.
It’s for kids in fourth grade and under.
The rain date is April 11 at 5 p.m.
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On March 26 the Teen Challenge Choir, a group of young men from all over the country who are overcoming drug and alcohol abuse, will perform at the First Assembly of God on Seashore Road in Cold Spring at 6 p.m.
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Have a good week, take a walk, and enjoy the spring flowers blooming and the warmer temperatures.
If it snows, it won’t last long.
Thanks for those who keep me informed, if your group’s not mentioned here, it’s because I didn’t hear from you.

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