Egg Harbor City In Your Town, Ongoing Edition

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Assumption open houses

Assumption Regional Catholic School, 146 S. Pitney Road in Galloway, holds “Meet Us Mondays” 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays for prospective students and their families. See www.arcsgalloway.org. 

Cedar Creek used clothing drive

Cedar Creek High School is collecting usable or slightly used items, including clothes, shoes, pocketbooks and handbags, belts and scarves, gloves, blankets, bed sheets, quilts and comforters, towels and toys such as action figures and stuffed animals now throughout the school year. Any donated items can be placed in a plastic bag and dropped at the school during the school day in the main office or bring any donations to any athletic event. Proceeds will benefit Cedar Creek High School students and the 24 area needy families in Mullica Township and Egg Harbor City. For information call (609) 965-9146.

Egg Harbor City Lake Pavilion rentals

The Egg Harbor City Lake Pavilion is available for rent for special events. The fee is $150 a day and allows the use of the pavilion from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Also included is the use of two bathrooms, five trash cans and recycle totes, six picnic tables, electricity and water. Call (609) 965-0081.

EHC Historical Society updating scrapbooks

Marjorie Gries-Garwood, historian for the Egg Harbor City Historical Society, is updating the Roundhouse Museum yearly scrapbooks. Special events should relate to those occurring between 2006 and 2011. This could include articles, pictures and handouts relating to sports events, graduations, organization sponsored events, parades, class reunions and city sponsored events. The public’s help is appreciated. Call Gries-Garwood at (609) 645-1907.

Egg Harbor City Historical Society hours

The Egg Harbor City Historical Society, located in the Roundhouse Museum, 533 London Ave., is open 1-4 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Admission is free. Call (609) 965-4677 for information.

Living history in EHC

Effie Kennedy is conducting living history interviews for the Egg Harbor City Historical Society. The project is an historical record of those who remember Egg Harbor City, bringing the museum historical records up to the present time. To participate, call the museum and leave a message at (609) 965-9073 or stop in 1-4 p.m. Wednesday or Saturday at 533 London Ave.

Movie matinees

Movie matinees are offered 2 p.m. Saturdays at the Egg Harbor City branch of the Atlantic County Library, 134 Philadelphia Ave. Registration is requested. The family themed movies are open to all. Call (609) 804-1063.


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