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Middle 2.22.2006

By Rick Racela

I can’t believe that my garden is shooting up already.
The daylilies are about three inches high and the irises about six. 
At this rate I’ll have to mulch in March.
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The Middle School’s Panther Paw Cafe is publishing a cookbook in the spring featuring recipes from our school community.
  Deadline to submit a recipe to Debbie Teise is March 3.
Cookbooks will go on sale in May.
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  The Middle School’s December Students of the month were: Brittany Taylor, Tom Mollenkoff, Ismael Coyle, John Jefferson, Chris Robson, Jamaine Haines, Zurizaday Lee, Ryan Burke and Adam Sneathen.
  January Students of the Month included: Jacob Muchler, Lauren Crosby, Matthew VanOrder, Rachel Schad, Dylan Hill, Carolyn McClure, Thomas Duffy and Eric Bingham.
  Congratulations to all.
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   Schoolhouse Rock Live, based on the videos, will be performed free at the PAC on March 12 at noon.
   ACCC, along with the New Jersey Theater Alliance’s Family Week at the Theater will sponsor the event.
It will be performed by Surflight Theater and is recommended for children in grades K-5.
  It’s free but reservations are required.
You know how kids love the Schoolhouse Rock songs.
Call 463-1924.
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  Movies on the Marsh continue at the Wetlands Institute, a film festival complete with critters.
After a documentary or animated film, meet some of the animals from the county zoo or the Wetlands own aquarium on Saturdays 1 to 3 p.m.
Free with regular admission.
Feb. 25/Blue Planet 5 and 6: Seasonal Seas and Coral
Seas;March 4/Finding Nemo;
March 11/Blue Planet 5 and 6: Tidal Seas and Coasts.
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  Fill your tummy and nourish your brain at the Lunch and Learn series this winter at the Wetlands Institute, 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  Bring your lunch; coffee and dessert will be provided along with a different speaker each week.
Cost is $3 for members and $5 for nonmembers. 
  Feb. 28, “A Greener Home” with Green Street Market staff; March 7, “Stranding Stories with Melanie Reding,” Marine Mammal Stranding Center.
Help the Wetlands Institute staff feed the fish and terrapins, or just watch the turtles chasing minnows and the horseshoe crab gobbling shrimp.
  Tuesdays and Thursdays aquarium feedings are at 3:30 p.m.; Saturday at 11 a.m.
Free with general admission; members are free.
For information call 368-1211.
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   MTHS will present Godspell at the PAC on March 4 and 5.
Leads in the cast are Mitzi Besas, Alexandria De Castro, Tyler Donohue, Kimberly Gant, Joshua Kearney, Nicole Lake, Maeve Mc Namara, Tom Reed, Chris Sannino, Greg Sheppard and Matthew Smith.
   Show times are 7:30 pm each night, and a 2 p.m. Saturday matinee. Tickets cost $9 for adults, $6 for seniors and children.
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   Rio Grande Volunteer Rescue Squad will sponsor a Spaghetti Dinner on March 4 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Green Creek Fire Company.
    Dinner will include spaghetti and meatballs, rolls, dessert and soda.
Price is $5 for adults, $3 for children and seniors.
  Delivery will be available by calling 886-3427.
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  The Cape May County Museum will host its second winter book and bottle sale on March 15 and 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  Enjoy a hot cup of coffee while browsing through the many antique books, magazines and bottles for sale.
New this year is an assortment of vintage bottles.
In addition to great buys, you will receive free admission to the museum with any purchase. 
   All proceeds benefit the museum’s Alexander Memorial Genealogy Library.
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  Cape May Bird Observatory’s Goshen Wildlife Art Gallery exhibit is “Wings and Migration” through June 11.
Call 861-0700 with questions. 
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  Please send submissions to susansboneyard@verizon.net or fax 465-2795.

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