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September 01, 1995|By PEG ADAMARCZYK

After a week of trying to get vacation-minded youngsters back into the swing of things, it's T.G.I.F. and thanks for Monday, too!

School supplies have been purchased. Forms and permission slips have been signed and returned. Checks have been written to pay for the potpourri of activity fees, gym suits and PTA and booster club dues that seem to materialize every year.

Take a breather, parents. You deserve it. And have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day holiday.


St. Jane Frances School in Riviera Beach will open its doors to students in grades one through eight Tuesday morning. Students will be dismissed at noon Tuesday and Wednesday. Classes for kindergarten and prekindergarten will begin Sept. 11.

Returning students will notice a few new faces at the school this year.

Olive Heagy will serve as interim principal while Sister Mary Monaghan gets well, said assistant principal Rene Hammond.

New faculty members are: Anne Furst, second-grade teacher; Stacey White, junior high English; Jane Desillier, school nurse; and Pat Bolze and Angela Kuhl, teaching aides.

The first event of the school year is Black and Orange Spirit Day on Wednesday, held in honor of Cal Ripken Jr.

Staggered back-to-school nights will be held at 7 p.m. on these evenings: Parents of students in grades six through eight should attend Sept. 12; for grades four and five, Sept. 13; grades one through three, Sept. 14.

School families are invited to have "Pizza with the Big Cheeses" from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 15.

"This Home School Association-sponsored event will give parents the opportunity to mix and mingle on a less formal level with the administrators and faculty," Hammond explained.

For information on school events, call the school office, 255-4750.


The Lutheran Men's Club of Magothy Chelsea Community Lutheran Church is sponsoring a crab feast from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Star Pleasure Club on Lyman Avenue in Greenhaven.

Steamed crabs, crab soup, hot dogs, salads, a greens table, corn on the cob, desserts, munchies, beer, sodas and setups will be on the menu. Music and entertainment will be by disc jockey Sherri Powell.

Tickets are $20 per person.

To order tickets or more details, call Tom Foster, 255-1945; Bobby Hansberger, 255-7397; or Earl Hildebrand, 255-0276.


A new scoreboard soon will be rising over the Pasadena Chargers' football field at Lake Waterford Park. It won't be Diamond Vision, but it will be electric and the players, cheerleaders and fans will instantly know what's happening on the field without craning their necks.

The scoreboard project has long been the dream of Bill Rothenbecker, Chargers president.

Longtime parent volunteers Gary and Mary Windsor decided to help get Bill's dream off the ground.

"We started in January getting ideas, plans and funding together to have the scoreboard in place for this year's rec football season," Mary Windsor said. "Our organization usually relies on Charger families to help raise the funds we need, but the scoreboard costs mounted to approximately $4,500.

"That was a little too much to handle given the rising costs of equipping the kids, so for the first time in 25 years, we went to the Pasadena community at large and asked for help," she said.

Many local business and Charger families have donated building materials and money, but the fund is still short.

"Even though we haven't reached our goal, we will be breaking ground, and getting that scoreboard up in time for this season's play," Mary Windsor said.

Donations can be sent to: Pasadena Chargers, c/o Bill Rothenbecker, 232 Armstrong Lane, Pasadena 21122.

For more information, call Bill Rothenbecker, 544-2077, or Mary Windsor, 544-2186.

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