Community Cleanup Is Another Sure Sign Of Spring

Neighbors/Brooklyn Park

March 11, 1991|By Phyllis Flowers Phyllis Lucas

There is a special feeling about this time of the year, it's almost like waiting to deliver your first child. You know it's coming, you just don't know when. Can't you feel it "spring" is in the air.

A nice day here, a nice day there, you see folks doing all those warm-weather activities and you promise yourself that tomorrow you will do the same thing. But the next day the temperature is 35 degrees again, and the only relief you have is to think it won't be long before spring will be here to stay.

Community groups and organizations are already planning spring activities and the community of Pumphrey is right on schedule by welcoming spring with their "Annual Community Cleanup Drive."

A large trash container will be placed on the grounds of the LLoyd Keaser Community Center on April 27 for bulk trash removal. Start preparing now to beautify your lawns and get rid of any debris around your home.

Also, due to the many seniors who live in the community, the neighborhood association would like to form a pickup truck pool to help seniors remove and carry bulk trash to the containers. If you own a truck and would like to be a part of the "pickup truck pool", call 789-2517evenings.


Belle Grove Elementary School News . . . Thanks goes to everyone who helped the school reach its goal of $120,000 for Giant receipts. They will purchase a computer, printer and disk drive with the receipts.

* A PTA meeting will be at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12, at the school. This will be the last chance for nominations for the PTA Executive Board for the 1991-92 school year. Nominations are open for president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, historian and parliamentarian. The PTA is also in need of two delegates to represent the school at the county level PTA.

If you are interestedin any of these positions or know of anyone who is, please plan to attend this meeting.

* The children in Diane Jafari's first-grade class are participating in the Pillow Case Program. For this program, Gail Ebersole, a parent volunteer, listens as individual children read books to her.

After the child reads, he/she then illustrates a part of the book on a pillow case. Each time the child reads a book, another illustration is added to the pillow case. At the end of the year, the pillow case will be given to the student to take home.

A special thanks to Pat Hunter, a grandmother, who made and donated all the pillow cases.

* Volunteers are needed to tape books on cassettes for the school Lit Kits. The school will supply the books and tapes. They may be taped at the school or taken home and returned when finished. These kits are kept in the school so that the children can listen and read along in the books.

If you are interested in helping, call the school at 789-8777.


Brooklyn Park Elementary School News . . . The time has come!

Science projects are to be broughtto school by 9:10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 13. Judging will take place on the 14th and 15th. Good luck to everyone.

The P.M. kindergarten class will visit a local dentist at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 14,to learn about taking care of their teeth.

Dress up and look yourbest. Class pictures will be taken on Tuesday, March 12. Remember toreturn the picture envelope and money to school on the day of the pictures.


Brooklyn Park/Lindale Middle Junior High School . . .A special thank you goes to Paula Dougher and her students for collecting 154 pounds of supplies that were sent to the Persian Gulf through the "Supplies for the GI's" program. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this special effort.


Park Elementary School News . .. A PTO meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, in the multipurpose room. At this meeting, the final judging of the science fair projects will take place. Plan to attend and congratulate the participants.


The North County High School is looking for nominations for the PTA Executive Board for the 1991-92 school year. If you are interested in nominating someone or being nominated, contact the PTA nominating committee at 859-5400.


The Taxpayers Improvement Association Board of Governors will sponsor "The Norman Muldrow Male Chorus" in concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 17, at the Lloyd Keaser Community Center, 5757 Belle Grove Road.

A $5 donation per ticket is requested and all proceeds benefit the community center. For tickets ormore information, call Phillip Marner at 789-4181.


There is still time to join the "Learn Weight Loss Program" offered at Harbor Hospital Center. The program is a 16-week behavior modification and nutrition education weight control course. They will meet from 6 to 7p.m. on Wednesdays. The first meeting has already past. The cost is $125.

For more information, call 347-3404.


This weekend will be a busy one for people celebrating St. Patrick's Day.

The American Legion Post 34, Belle Grove Road, will sponsor a dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturday, March 16. Live music will be provided by "Still Cruisin."

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