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Sunday, June 16, 2024


Seven Mile 2/1/2006

By Rick Racela

If the day is cloudy he does not see his shadow, he takes it as a sign of spring, stays above ground, and there will be an early spring.
Early spring? Who are we kid-ding?
This January has been one of the mildest (and wet-test) on record.
I’m not com-plaining. I’ll take six more weeks of this “not-summer” weather.
Get your friends together for the inaugural Cape-A-May-Zing Race on Feb. 4.
Teams of four will start from the Wetlands In-stitute and follow clues around the county in a race to a party at the finish line.
The fun begins at 6 p.m. and costs $15 per per-son to cover appe-tizers and drinks at the party. Call the Wetlands at 368-1211 to sign up a team for an a-may-zing eve-ning.
There will be a “Friend In Need” Super Bowl Benefit Beef & Beer, on Feb. 5, at 4 p.m. at the Motor Boat Club/Whitebrier, 20th Street.
Tickets are $25 in advance at the Princeton Grille, or $30 at the door. Call 967-3456.
This event will benefit three friends in need.
The funds are administered by the Committee of Friends in Need.
Friends in Need is a non-profit fund raising or-ganization.
They try to keep extra funds avail-able so assist other “friends” during the year on an “as needed” basis.
All of the re-cipients have been a part of the Seven Mile Island community for years.
The Lunch and Learn series con-tinues at the Wet-lands Institute on Wednesday’s from 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.
Feb. 7 it’s “Cape May Water-sheds” with Dustin Miller, AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassa-dor.
Cost is $3 for members and $5 for nonmembers.
The Garden Club of Stone Harbor is pleased and hon-ored that they have been asked to enter a flower display at the 2006 Philadelphia Flower Show when it opens at the Pennsylvania Con-vention Center on March 5-12.
This year the Flower Show theme will be titled “Enchanted Spring; A Tribute to Mother Nature”.
The Garden Club’s display will follow this theme.
At the Feb. 13 meeting of the Garden Club a video will be viewed showing the behind-the-scene arrangements nec-essary to put on the flower show.  Becky Rich Cheatham, repre-senting the Stone Harbor Garden Club, will present details on the Stone Harbor dis-play.
Please note the change in location for this meeting. The meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Our Saviour, Third Avenue and 93rd Street.
The Garden Club of Stone Harbor welcomes new mem-bers who are resi-dents in Stone Harbor.
Stone Harbor Book Club meets on the third Thursday of each month at 3:30 p.m. in the library of the Stone Harbor Ele-mentary School to review a book.
The January meeting was can-celled because of a natural gas leak on 94th Street near the school.
So the club mem-bers will be re-viewing “The Curi-ous Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” on Feb. 16.
“The Time Trav-eler’s Wife” by Niffeneger, will be moved back to March.
Marsh Music brings the best in live eclectic mu-sic by some of America’s top mu-sicians to the Wetlands Insti-tute.
Laura Cortese performs on Feb. 17 with a driving fiddle, vocals, and step dance that feature an original blend of Celtic music and contemporary in-fluence.
All shows begin at 8 p.m. and con-sist of two 45-minute sets with intermission. BYOB.
Tickets are $8 members, $10 non-members and are available in ad-vance or at the door.
The Health Min-istry program at Our Saviour Lu-theran Church, 93rd Street and Third Avenue, will hold its Fourth Annual Women’s Breakfast and Pro-gram on Feb. 18 at 9 a.m. in the par-ish hall.
“Dreaming of a Good Night‚s Sleep,” a program on the common causes of sleep disorders and strategies to en-hance a restful nighttime sleep and reduce “sleep deprived” days will be presented by Dianne Moore, RN, MSN.
All women are invited to this free event.
Please call 368-3031 for more in-formation.
Stone Harbor Seniors‚ “Fun Days” takes place each Wednesday at the Women’s Civic Club, 96th Street and the beach. Bridge and bingo begins at 1:30 p.m. Come out and join in the fun.
Tracking the progress of our regularly sched-uled boards and councils: Tonight; Avalon Council work session at 7:30 p.m., Feb.7; Stone Harbor Coun-cil at 4:30 p.m., and Avalon Plan-ning / Zoning Board at 7 p.m.

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