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A collection of historical documents owned by Clayton author June Glick is now available to the public on microfilm at the Glassboro Pubic Library. The documents date from the 1800's and include maps, records and other items pertaining to the Clayton/Elk/Glassboro area.

If you are a high school drop out and are looking for a second chance at an education, check out New Jersey National Guard's "Challenge Youth Program". Contact any Clayton Police Officer for information, or call Chief Frank Winters at 881-2300 for details.

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Singles Dance Is Set in Vineland
The Cumberland Chapter Single Parents Society will hold their weekly Sunday dance at The North Italy Club on Virano Ln. and East Ave. in Vineland from 8-11 p.m.
Live music is provided. Free refreshments will be available. Price is $5 for members and $6 for prospective members.
For more information call 589-5796.

Parenting Program
The Elk Township School District is offering a free seven week Parent Training Program "Systematic Training for Effective Parenting" to help parents understand their children's development and behavior.
It will give parents practical suggestions on how to listen and talk to their child as well as suggestions for discipline that makes sense.
The sessions will begin on February 16. The program is open to all Elk Township residents. Day and evening claeses are available.
For more information call 881-4551.

Commission Seeks New Membership
Are you interested in the future of Franklin Township and how it will develop? We all want to have a say, but how? If you have ideas, skills and time to contribute, consider the Environmental Commission. They are a group of residents who meet once per month to discuss and evaluate proposals for land use and natural resource conservation in the Township.
There are membership opportunities available for Interested residents.- For more information contact Carolyn Toy at 694-1234, Ext. 118 or Jay Mounier- at 697-1007.


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St.Catherines is Now on the W.W.W....Click on the URL link below...

Breakfast Set at Lodge
The Pitman Masonic Lodge sponsors an all you can eat Breakfast the second Saturday of each Month.The cost is $3.50..The Lodge is located on Lambs Road across from the Sony Pitman Plant

Franklin Township Public Library
Franklin Township Public Library is seeking those interested in becoming involved in the future of the library and forming a Friends of the Library group Call 694-2833 for more information.

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New Church...
Plans are being made to organize an Independent Non-denominational Church in the Elmer, Malaga and Franklinville area..For more information call 358-3638 and leave your name and telephone number..

Church Extends Big Welcome
The Willamstown Methodist Church, located on Main and Church Streets, welcomes the community to worship services at 8:15 or 11:00 a.m every Sunday. Sunday School for all ages, begins at 9:30 a.m . For more info. call 629-6459.

Quilters Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of the South Jersey Quilters Guild will be held on the second Wednesday of each month from 7-9 pm. at the Caroline Reutter School, Delsea Dr., Franklinville. New members are welcome.For more info. call 694-1449 or 694-1147.


Spring Craft Fair

The Washington Township High School P.T.O will host their Spring Craft Fair on March 4th, 2000. This is an indoor fair. Cost is $45.00 for a display space. For more information call 881-8026

Something NEW
The Hardingville Bible Church is now on the internet with their oun web site which was started the second week of July, 1998. Click on in and say HELLO.


Volunteer's Needed
The Volunteer Center of Gloucester County is in need of more volunteers. Many opportunities are available for students, adults, senior citizens and groups to offer their time and talents to help others. Call 384-8131 for more information.

Income Tax Aide for Senior Citizens
The AARP Tax-Aide program will again be offering free income tax assistance to the low to moderate income, elderly taxpayer. The Tax Aide locations will be open from February 1-April 14. You must make an appointment and can do this by calling one of the numbers listed.
Clayton at the Borough Hall 881-2882
Franklinville at the Library 694-2833

Coaches Needed

Coaches and Referees are needed for Franklin Township Roller Hockey's spring season. Anyone interested should call 728-4099 or 694-0596


Volunteers Needed For Grief Hotline
Good listeners are needed to help People who are mourning or anticipating the loss of a pet through death or any other separation- Training is provided
Call 1-800-404-PETS and leave name, address, and phone numb:er with area code.

Senour Citizens Dinners
Senior Citizen Dinners are available Monday to Friday at 11:45 a.m. for $1.25 at the Newfield Nutrition Center on Catawba Ave., Newfield. Call 697-2525 for more information.

Trinity United Methodist Services
Trinity United Methodist Church, 351 N. Delsea Dr., Clayton, holds two services each Sunday morning. At 9:15 a.m., a contemporary service features instrumental music by the Praise Team and singing choruses. At 11 a.m., the service is more traditional, with organ music, anthems by a chair, and singing of familiar hymns. The sermon at both services is presented by Rev. Jeffrey Tilden. Sunday School for all ages is held at 9:15 a.m.

For Singles Only
The Scotland Run Park Nature Center is offering outdoor and nature related activities for "Singles Only" on the third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. this summer. Singles, 18 and over are invited.
For more information and to register, call 881-0845. Scotland Run Park is located on Academy Street (County Route 610), Clayton.

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Do you have free time? Do you like to help others? Would you like to make new friends:'
If you're 55 and over and can answer yes to any of these questions, the Gloucester County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (R&SVP) is looking for you.
R&SVP provides volunteer opportunitles for people with a variety of expenences and interests. Its members offer services which utilize their talents and skills on behalf of non-profit organizations throughout the Gloucester County area.
M. Eileen Sharp, of Mullica Hill, is Director of the county organization. She points out that the energetic members of R&SVP serve in interesting posts throughout the area. Many work out of headquarters in College Center, on the main campus of. Gloucester County College.
Others serve at schools, shelters, libraries, police departments and other service centers.
Currently, R&SVP is in need of volunteers skilled in craft Projects or computer work. i Interested persons may call 468-1742, or may visit agency offices on the mezzanine level of College

Check out the New Expanded Classified Ad Section, D.W Internet Classifieds have really taken off..
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Clothing Bag Sale
Glassboro Thrift Village, 169 South Delsea Drive.,Glassboro, is holding a $10 bag sale on all clothing including accessories everyday. New hours are 9-5pm seven days a week. Your dollars help those less fortunate. They are also collecting new or used unwanted furniture to be provided to fire victims .
For pickup service call 863-9403

Singles Dance
The Cumberland Chapter of the Single Parents Society will hold their weekly Sunday dances at The North Italy Club on Virano Ln-East Ave. in Vineland from 8-11pm . Price is $5. for members and $6. for prospective members. Refreshments will be available.
For Info. call 589-5796

Weekly Flea Mart
A flea market is held every Sunday at American Legion Post #179, Delsea Drive, Clayton from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Rain or Shine. For more information call 694-9885.

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