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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, February 19, 1986, Image 15

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pian mmafr&mmw'' What.with there being no school the week of February 23, the Town of Manlius Recreation Dept. is planning activities for local young people. The schedule includes swim­ ming Tuesday, February 25, at Hanlon Pool in East Syracuse from 2 to 4 p.m. Participants must be at least 12 years old and sign up by Friday, February 21. There will be bus pickups — 1 p.m. at Wellwood Middle School in Fayetteville, 1:15 p.m. at Minoa Elementary School and 1:30 p.m. at Pine Grove Junior High School in Fremont. Bowling and rollerskating are on the agenda for Wednesday, February 26. For those in kindergarten through sixth grade, there will be rollerskating from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Wellwood Mid­ dle School. There will be music and refreshments, and skates will be provided. There will be bowling for those age 10 and over at Frem­ ont Bowl in the afternoon. The fee includes three games. The deadline to sign up is Friday, February 21. Bus pickups will be 1 p.m. at Wellwood Middle School, 1:15 p.m. at Minoa Elementary and 1:30 p.m. at Pine Grove Junior High School. A rollerskating party for teens will be held from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Wednesday at Wellwood Middle School. Skates will be provided, and refreshments will be avail­ able. There is a small fee, and no advance registration is re- quired. Rollerskating will also be of­ fered on Thursday. Those i n kindergarten through sixth grade can rol- lerskate from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. February 27 at Minoa Elementary. There will be music, and skates will be pro­ vided. There is no fee or advance registration. A rollerskating party for youths age 12 and over will be held from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Thurs­ day at Pine Grove Junior High School. There is a small fee, and no advance registration is re­ quired. Skates and music will be provided- Films will be shown by the re creation department on Friday to close out the week. *A program for children will be offered at 10 a.m. at Minoa Elementary and at 1 p.m. at Wellwood Middle School. An animated version of \Robin Hood\ featuring forest animals will be shown at both locations, and the program will last one- and-a-half hours. There is a small fee for children although parents will be admitted free. \Friday Night at the Movies\ for local teen-agers will be from 8 to 10 p.m. at Wellwood Middle School. \Sixteen Candles\ is about the plight of a 16-year-old whose birthday is forgotten by her parents and is being chased by the school nerd. The comedy stars Molly Ringwald and Michael Anthony Hall, who have both appeared on the Saturday Night Live television program. fi> to 9 tfl At The Libraries, Too Several programs for children will be offered by the Fayet­ teville Free Library during the week of February 24 when school is closed. Storytelling for preschoolers and toddlers workshops will be held at 10:15 a.m. Thursday, February 27, and 11:30 p.m. Saturday, March 1. There will be book reviews at 11 a.m. Monday and Tuesday, February 24 and 25. A quilting workshop for chil­ dren ages nine to 13 will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday and Thurs­ day, February 26 and 27. Reser­ vations are required. The mammal curator at the Burnet Park Zoo will offer chil­ dren an inside view of the zoo at 11 a.m. Friday, February 28. The program will review the changes that have been made at the zoo in Syracuse since the re­ novation project began several Ski Outing There will be a moonlight cross country outing for Town of Manhus residents February 21 at Beaver Lake Nature Center. The activity is open to teen­ agers, adults and families. Chil­ dren under age 12 must be ac­ companied by an adult. Par­ ticipants must provide their own equipment. Bus pickups will be 6:30 p.m. at Minoa Elementary School and 6:45 p.m. at Wellwood Mid­ dle School in Fayetteville. The bus will return at about 10 p.m. The fee is payable on the bus. To sign up, call the Town of Man­ hus Recreation Dept., 637-5188. years ago. The zoo will re-open later this year. For further information, call the library, 637-6374., • The Manlius Library will pre­ sent special programs for the February vacation week featur­ ing movies and stories for chil­ dren from kindergarten through fourth grade. On Wednesday, February 26, the film \Ben's Dream\ will be shown and on Thursday, Feb­ ruary 27, the movie \Dr. De- Soto\ will be featured. Both will be shown at the Library at 10:15. Stories by the authors of these films will be highlighted by the librarian. The usual sessions for storyhour will continue after the winter break. They are scheduled at 10:15 Wednesday and Thursday mornings, in the library. cr \i c CD 00 o> m to (O (D Helle Brand of Wee Folk Tales, far left, and Lisa Coddington-Beyer, a free lance artist, far right, helped Enders Rd. Elementary School kindergarteners participating in the after school mini-programs to construct Patches, a papier-mache dinosaur. The colorful Patches is surrounded by, in front from left, Dustin Smith, Ross Kleman, Kevin Augustine, Stephen Lothes, Whitney Best, and, in back from left, Joel Giffin, Nicholas Erwin, Adam Christie and Joshua Goldstein. Other kindergarteners who participated in the program but were unavailable for the picture are Andres Sullivan, Elizabeth Helsher, Geoffrey Fountain, Richie Adamczyk and Matthew Mattson. Photo/Cindy Loomis. After-school Programs Popular At the end of the official school day during January, more than 130 students at Enders Rd. Elementary School traded readin', 'ritin' and 'r&hmetic for clowning, computers or candles. The special courses were offered a s after school mini-programs sponsored by the school's Home and School Assn. The nine programs were taught by parents, and professionals in the community and were geared to specific age groups. Ann Lamprey, who studied at a clown college, offered \I Want to Be a Clown,\ teaching children the basics of the application of greasepaint clown makeup, mime and costumes. Computer awareness, taught by Judy Frumkin, introduced students in grades three and four to a word processing program. Harry Helsher of Wix and Wax, a candle shop in Manlius, taught the art of candle making to fourth graders. Forty-five children i n kindergarten through second grade and third and fourth grades registered for two levels of French instruction. \Fun With French,\ taught by Pat Lehman, was for the younger children. French for third and fourth graders was taught by Aida Hanna. A game room was for older children interested in board games, including Junior Trivia, • Monopoly and Scrabble. Callie Ryan, aided by parents, helped the-children understand .the-?. rules,of each. Kemal Aboshamaa of Egypt, Flora Dharman of India, Arlette Nicaise of Belgium and Doreen Mendez of Jamaica, coordinated by Pat Lehman, each spent a session teaching about their countries. They are parents of Enders Rd. pupils. Cindy Page, who has nurtured injured and orphaned wildlife, explored nature with children in \Wonderful World of Animals.\ Dinosaurs, a program geared specifically for kindergarteners, was taught by Helle Brand of Wee Folk Tales and Lisa Coddington-Beyer, a free lance artist. Through various stories read by Mrs. Brand, the children learned about dinosaurs. A large t papierrma^er^dwpsaur^jQamed Patches', constructed by the children, is the center of a story written and illustrated by the young artists. The after school mini-program was coordinated by Judy Buyea of the HSA, who was assisted by Paula Little. They anticipate offering a similar program again next year. liagle Bulletin On Sale This Week At: Minoa-Fremont Fayetteville Stanton's Saul's Fay. Pharm. Smith's IGA DeWitt Lyn. Pharm Fay's Drugs Bill's Big M McMahon's Harold's Pharmacy Miller's Phannacy Kirkville Country Pantry Jamesville Manlius Harvey's Smith's IGA Temple's Manlius ARCO P & C - Manlius Flannery's Row Great American Carl's Drugs J'ville Mkt. For Home Delivery Call 637-3121 TOWN OF MANLIUS TAXPAYER Please notice that as of January 1, 1986, Key Dates in assessment process have been changed. They are: Valuation Date January 1 Taxable Status Date March 1 Exemption Filing Deadline March 1 Tenative Role File May 1 Grievance Day 3rd Tuesday in May FinaJ Roll File July 1 Greg Blaisdell Assessor for the Town of Manlius /C 'You can be sure if you insure with Ernst A Cooper, Inc. 226 Fayette Street. Manlius. N Y 13104 Ai ross From ihe Swan Pond Tel: (315) 682-5141 — . ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE & BONDS ATTENTION VILLAGE OF FAYETTEVILLE RESIDENTSI The Fayetteville Village Board approved an addition to the fire station and the decision is subject to a referendum if enough signatures are collected. Issues from our view are: • Burdening the Village taxpayers with additional debt i e , $600,000 in bonds plus interest will increase taxes • Purchasing a large ladder truck (an additional $200,000 +) that goes way beyond Village needs • TURNING VILLAGE OPEN SPACE INTO A GARAGE AND PARKING LOT— eliminating the character of the Village center We would like to defeat the proposition at the polls in order to negotiate a more equitable arrangement with the Town of Manlius to provide services in the Town fire district ® Signatures of at least 20% of the qualified Village voters are needed by February g7 Please sign up Saturday or Sunday A M. or weekday s between 6 and 8 P M. at 315 Elm Street or call 637-5267, 637-5215 or 637-9148 for further information The Committee for Responsible Planning

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