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April 2013

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  • ROLAND ROGERS continuedstaff members shaved their heads to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer research through the St. Baldricks Foundation. About $500 was raised the fi rst year, but that total has climbed to thousands of dollars, Dunn said. Over the years weve just been able to get more people to participate every year. This is all about giving the kids an introduction to charity and helping someone, Dunn said.

    Donations were collected at the school for the last four weeks and included faculty contributions and even loose change from students. The grand total announced during the assembly Friday, March 15th was $6,020. For every $5 a student donated during the drive, a Lucky Charm was placed in the lobby with their name on it. A random drawing was held Friday, March 15th during the event and prizes were awarded to winning students homerooms. The top-fi ve student donors, who raised more than $500, stood on the stage and unveiled the total donations. The students included fi fth-graders Sam DiLorenzo, Corissa Robbins, Grace Vu, Brooke Fiedler and fourth-grader Noah Pomrink.You guys are building blocks to move on as you get older and help people globally, As-sistant Principal Michael Silvestri said.

    The overwhelming loudness and excitment of the students shouting Shave Your Head as teachers Brian Dunn, Sean McCarthy, Joe Conte, Joe Palumbo, Dave Martin, Don Adams and John McHale took their places on the stage in front of hair stylists from Tangles salon was a magnifi cent show of the schools huge accomplishment in such a noteworthy cause. Mr. McCarthy, that is a head only a mother could love, Michael Silvestri said as a stylist pulled a razor over McCarthys head. Then it was time to decide if Assistant Principal, Michael Silvestris head would be shaved. Originally the deal was that he would shave his head if $8,000 was raised in total. But that changed and he agreed to the shaving if the school succeeded in raising $2,000 in the last week, which it did. Once the group of teachers had their heads shaved, Michael Silvestri climbed on the stage and took a seat for his own haircut. As his head was shaved the students began chanting, Shave your beard. Maybe next year that can be our goal if we can reach $8,000. The beard will go too, he said.

    Roland Rogers Upcoming Events

    Monday, April 1 No School- Spring Break

    Tuesday, April 2 FSA Meeting 8am

    Wednesday, April 17 Early Dismissal- Staff Articulation

    Friday, May 3 A.S.K. Pep Rally

    Smithville Elementary School Upcoming Events

    Monday, April 1 No School- Spring Break

    Tuesday, April 16 Orff Concert Third Grade 7pm

    Wednesday, April 17 Early dismissal

    Friday, April 26 School Spirit Day

    Galloway Township Middle School Upcoming Events

    Monday, April 1 No School- Spring Break

    Wednesday, April 17 Early Dismissal

    Thursday, April 25 Report Cards

    Monday, April 29-May 2 NJ ASK Testing

  • GALLOWAY LIBRARY EVENTSSpontaneous Poetry Wall April 01-02 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Teen Meet April 02, 2013 6pm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 03-04 2013 Start Time: All Day

    R.E.A.D. Program with Willow the Fox Terrier April 3, 2013 2pm

    Introduction to computers April 04, 2013 10am

    Introduction to Interenet April 04, 2013 11:15am

    Intorduction to Email April 04, 2013 12:30pm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 05, 08, 09, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Computers for Seniors April 09, 2013 10:30am

    Tuesday Lego Club appril 09, 2013 4:30pm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 10 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Aging in Place: Continue to Live Independently April 10, 2013 10:30am

    Wednesday Preschool Storytime April 10, 2013 10:30am

    R.E.A.D. Program with Willow the Fox Terrier April 10, 2013 2pm

    Wednesday Lego Club April 10, 2013 4:30pm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 11 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Introduction to Microsoft Word April 11, 2013 10am

    Thursday Preshool Storytime April 11, 2013 10:30am

    Introduction to Microsoft Power Point April 11, 2013 11:15am

    Introduction to Microsoft Excel April 11, 2013 12:30kpm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 12 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Saturday Afternoon Craft April 13, 2013 1:30pm

    Celebrate National Library Week at Galloway April 15, 2013 All Day

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 15 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Resume Seminar April 15, 2013 5:30pm

    Celebrate Naitonal Library Week at Galloway April 16, 2013 All Day

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 16, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Book Adventures School Kids & Books April 16, 2013 4;30pm

    Family Book Bingo April 16, 2013 6pm

    Celebrate National Library Week at Galloway April 17, 2013 All Day

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 17, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    R.E.A.D. Program with Willow the Fox Terrier April 17, 2013 2pm

    Loose Threads Knit, Crochet, Fiber arts at Galloway April 17, 2013 6:30pm

    Celebrate National Library Week at Galloway April 18, 2013 All Day

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 18, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Introduction to Computers April 18, 2013 10am

    Thursday Preschool Storytime April 18, 2013 10:30am

    Introduction to Internet April 18, 2013 11:15am

    Introduction to Email April 18, 2013 12:30pm

    Whats a Genre Anyway? April 18, 2013 7pm

    Celebrate National Library Week at Galloway April 19, 2013 All Day

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 19, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Celebrate National Library Week at Galloway April 20, 2013 All Day

    Special Movie Event Katniss & Peeta in the Capitol April 20, 2013 10:30am

    Family Book Bingo April 20, 2013 1:30pm

  • GALLOWAY LIBRARY EVENTS Continued

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 22, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Cuentos Funtasticos Funtastic Stories Club April 22, 2013 4:30pm

    Real Book Talking April 22, 2013 7pm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 23, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Katniss & Peeta in the Capitol April 23, 2013 5:30pm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 24, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Wednesday Preschool Storytime April 24, 2013 10:30am

    R.E.A.D. Program with Willow the Fox terrier april 24, 2013 2pm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 25, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Introduction to Microsoft Word April 25, 2013 10am

    Thursday Preschool Storytime April 25, 2013 10:30am

    Introduction to Microsoft Power Point April 25, 2013 11:15am

    Introduction to Microsoft Excel April 25, 2013 12:30pm

    Spontaneous Poetry Wall April 26, 29, 30, 2013 Start Time: All Day

    Celebrate El Dia De Los Ninos April 30, 2013 4:30pm

    Assumption Regional to hold 16th Annual Golf Clas-sic at Seaview Golf Resort Assumption Regional Catholic School will be holding their 16th Annual Golf Classic at the Seaview Golf Resort on Saturday, April 27, 2013. This golf tournament serves as a major fundraiser in an effort to keep tuition for Catholic School Education at an affordable level for all students. The school is inviting anyone to help by bringing a foursome to golf, sponsorship offerings, or if you like to make a contribution. The event starts with 11:30am registration with a shotgun start at 1pm All participants will receive a High quality Pro Form embroidered Polo Shirt. They are rec-ommending that you bring a foursome to the tournament. If you are unable to do so, they will assign you to one. Space is limited, golf-ers will be accepted on a fi rst paid and received basis. A dinner reception will follow play at Seaview, Prizes awarded for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place foursomes. Additionally, prizes will be awarded for the longest drive, most accurate drive, and closest to the pin, along with the distribution of raffl e and door prizes. For more information regarding Assumptions 16th An-nual Golf Classic at the Seaview Golf Resort please contact Kevin Weeks 609-204-5801 or Cathryn Flammer 609-652-7134. Please visit our website www.assumptiongolfouting.org

    SCHOLARS GOLF TOURNAMENT TO BENEFIT ABSEGAMI STUDENTS

    The Scholars Golf Tournament is an exciting new addition to the Vigneto Rally that takes place at the Seaview Bay course the week fol-lowing the LPGA Shoprite Classic. Seaview has hosted PGA tournaments and is where Sam Snead won his fi rst major championship.

    Golfers will be able to enjoy and test their abilities in near championship conditions. The tournament proceeds will go directly toward college scholarships for local children. Join the Vigneto Rally in advancing the education of our children and being a good community partner.

    The event will take place on June 8th with a 2 pm shotgun start.

    The Scholars Golf Tournament will be a 4 Man Best Ball format. The event will also have closet to the pin challenges along with the straightest drive (even short hitters have a chance). A light lunch will be provided.

    Donations are $125 per player. Sign up at the www.VignetoRally.com website. The Vigneto Rally and the Stockton Seaview want someone to experience the legendary Stockton Seaview FREE. Just fi ll out the entry form on our web-site and you may WIN a round of golf for two, a night stay for two and a breakfast for two. If you cannot make the event, get involved and make a donation towards the scholarship event.

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