Do fruits float or sink? How does light make colors? Why doesn’t the ocean freeze? The answers to those questions and more were on display for more than 150 Evans Elementary School students and their families who packed the halls of the school on the night of April 9 for the second annual Evans Science Fair.
The Moorestown Friends School will hold its 16th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition on Thursday, April 17. Students of different grade levels will showcase 200 displays of science learning for faculty, families, and other students, from 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The fair is also open to former MFS interested in learning about multiple scientific topics, and prospective students and curious parents. S.E.E. will be held in the Red Gym, the Field House Gym, and the Practice Gyms at MFS.
Mothers of Preschoolers of Saint Andrews recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, with a reunion of past and present members.
The numbers don’t lie – not only is Atlantic City failing, so is gambling nationwide. Even in Las Vegas, the gambling capital of the world, gambling revenue was down to “only” $6.5 billion last year.
The Computer Club for seniors will meet at the Mabel Kay Senior Center on April 16 at 10 a.m. The club is not exclusive to Mabel Kay residents. All area seniors are welcome to attend the club, which is both informative and social. Instructors will lead discussions and answer computer-related questions. No preregistration is required. For more information, please call (856) 354 8789.
Hopkins Lane remains closed as repairs continue on the outfall pipe from the Hopkins Pond Dam. The dam structure itself is in excellent condition, and there is no danger to health, safety and welfare of residents. It is anticipated that the work will be completed by the end of the week. The exact timing of the project is dependent upon the weather and other factors.
Cinnaminson Middle School was united on April 9 when students, faculty and parents gathered in the auditorium for an assembly celebrating the school’s Unity Day.
At the April 9 meeting of the Delran Green Team, the group selected the following officers: Chairman – Bill Curzie, Vice-Chair – Mary Parento, Secretary – Ellie Veight, and Treasurer – Debra Hammond.
Cherry Hill Township is moving forward with applications for county open space grants to help fund three maintenance projects.
With warmer weather and longer days, the gardening season has finally arrived in Mt. Laurel.