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DECEMBER 1-7, 2010 –THE MOORESTOWN SUN 7 Briefs BRIEFS Continued from page 4


be filled with marching bands, clowns, floats, Santa, and plenty of good fun. Also featured will be some


Moorestown Township leaders and the current 2010 Moorestown Citizens of the Year, Micki and Jack Ginsberg. All are welcome to come out and enjoy this free event, and share in the festivities on Main Street.


Fourth annual lunch with Santa set for Dec. 4


The Moorestown Knights of


Columbus Council 1082 is spon- soring their fourth annual Luncheon with Santa on Satur- day, Dec. 4, at 1 p.m. immediately after the Moorestown Christmas parade in the Our Lady of Good Counsel cafeteria located at 23 Prospect Street (behind church). The lunch will include hot


dogs, macaroni and cheese, pota- to chips, juice, soda, water, desserts, etc.


Cost will be $4 per person for


all you can eat. In addition, each child visiting Santa can have a photograph taken and will be given a Christ- mas goodie. Cost of picture to be


$2 for postal service or $1 for e- mail or free if you bring your own camera. Ho, ho ho … see you there. If there is a parade cancella- tion due to weather…the Lunch- eon with Santa will still be held on Dec. 4, at 1 p.m. For more information contact Ed Michalak at 439-9225 or at evm3@yahoo.com.


Holiday fund raiser for


the Historical Society The Historical Society of


Moorestown will host a Holiday Reception and fund raiser to ben- efit the $6,000 furnace replace- ment expense. The event will be held at the Smith Cadbury Mansion from 5:30 to 8 p.m., Dec. 10. Savory victuals, delectable


sweets, and libations will be served by candlelight. Tickets are $25 per person. RSVP by Dec. 6 to Ann Langerhans at 235-5747.


Ladies night out to the salon on Dec. 6


Join the Friends of Fullerton


for a Ladies’ Night of salon and spa treatments with girlfriends and holiday shopping all while helping to re-build the play- ground. The event takes place at Caryn Max 800 WEST Salon and Spa, in


the Moorestown Commons Shop- ping Center on Young Avenue, Monday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. A $10 cover charge enters visi-


tors for a chance to win a spectac- ular spa basket, and proceeds benefit Friends of Fullerton – Project Zelley. There will be a 50/50 raffle, hors d’oeuvres and beverages, an assortment of holiday gift items, Ocean Dreams by Randie B (jew- elry), Z’s Treasures (boots and bags), accessories and boutique clothing Rain checks available for serv-


ices if you would rather help the cause and relax with the girls. Come and join the fun – reserve


your services by Dec. 1. Visit www.800west.com for complete services guide or call Caryn Max 800 WEST at 437-6612.


Register for AARP luncheon by Dec. 7


Moorestown AARP chapter 2143 will host its Holiday Lunch- eon, Tue. Dec. 14, at 1 p.m., at Ramblewood Country Club, 200 Country Club Parkway, Mt. Lau- rel.


Salad, entrée, dessert, bever-


ages and entertainment for $20 per person. Deadline for advance ticket sales is Dec. 7. No tickets will be sold at the door. For tickets please call 235-8763.


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Enroll your child in 4-week enrichment classes with Moorestown Friends School teachers:


AGES 21/2


-3


FUNWITH FRIENDS – STORYTIME AND CRAFTS Four one-hour classes of literature, crafts and educational adventures Tuesdays – 9:15-10:15 a.m.


AGES 4-5


FUNWITH FRIENDS – SPANISH Four one-hour classes of Spanish instruction, music and activities. Wednesdays – 9:30-10:30 a.m.


Session I January 4-26


Session II February 1-23


Cost: $50 per session


To register or for more information: call 856-914-4428 or email admiss@mfriends.org


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110 E. Main St. Moorestown, NJ 08057


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