The Branchburg News • May 2011 • Page 11 Hole-in-One Wins a Mustang on May 9
Father/Daughter Sweetheart Sockhop is May 20
Girl Scouts Heart of New Jer- sey Troop 305 will hold a Father/ Daughter Sweetheart Sock Hop on May 20 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Three Bridges.
Callahans Show Their Colors – Twin sisters Carrie and Grace Callahan of Branchburg have exemplified both patriotism and loyalty at
Immaculata High School. Carrie and Grace have been raising and lowering the American flag outside of IHS each day since September. The flag was donated by the family of Staff Sgt. Andrew LoBosco, an Immaculata graduate, who was killed in Afghanistan. The girls said, “Being able to put the American flag up and down every day gives us a new respect for our country.” Grace Callahan added, “It is an honor to put up the Andrew LoBosco Flag, it reminds me who is fighting for our country.” —submitted by Kerry Hannan
Anxious for a test drive, Neshanic Station residents Clarisa, Tanner and Joey Gorky join Mike Dunlap of Fullerton Ford with their dream car -- a Ford Mus- tang, the Hole-In-One prize at their school’s upcoming Golf Outing.
With nearly 30 percent of St. Ann School students coming from Branch- burg, it’s no surprise that many of the school’s activities are anchored by Branchburg volunteers. This may be the most exciting one yet. Branchburg resident Rich Pabst has returned as chairman of the St. Ann School Golf Outing at Raritan Valley Country Club on May 9. This year Fullerton Ford will sponsor a Hole-In-One Prize, offering a Ford Mustang to a lucky golfer.
Golfers will enjoy a barbeque luncheon, on-course refreshments, cock- tail hour and dinner with three-hour open bar and prizes. Not a golfer? Friends or spouses can join the luncheon or dinner for $30pp or $60pp, respectively. Call Rich at (908) 565-2718 to register or to learn about sponsorship opportunities. —submitted by Traci Gorky
Come and join in a night of fun- filled excitement especially for kindergarten through 3rd grade girls and their dads, uncles, or any other special guy. Learn dances and listen to music from the 50’s to the present.
Refreshments will be provided and a prize awarded. Wear your poodle skirts and socks. Admission is one NEW pair of socks per per- son which will be donated to needy families. You do not need to be a girl scout to attend and this event is being held to fullfill the Troop’s Silver Award. For more informa- tion, email: leader305@verizon. net. —submitted by Paige Hasko
Cub Scout Info/Registration Night is May 19
Branchburg Cub Scout Packs 94, 185 and 315 will hold a combined information session and registra- tion night on Thursday, May 19 at 6:30pm in the Whiton gym. All families of boys entering 1st through 5th grade in the fall are invited to at- tend.
Branchburg is the home of three active packs and families are welcome to select the pack of their choice. Cub Scouts become members of
both a “pack” (a larger group of 25- 50 families), and a “den” within the pack (a group of 5-10 boys of their grade level).
On a den level, Cub Scouts com- plete age appropriate achievements and activities. On a pack level, Scout participate in larger scale activities such as the Pinewood Derby, family camping trips and marching in local parades.
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