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Reminder to all Northern Burlington HS and MS Athletes: Athletic physical packets are due to the athletic office by Aug. 2. Failure to turn in packet prior to this deadline will cause athlete to be unable to try out for their intended sport. Questions please call 298-3900 extension 2093.
The next Springfield Township Republican Club meeting is Wednesday, Aug. 5, 7:30 p.m., at the Garden State Diner, located at the intersections of county Routes 537 and 545. Visitors are welcome.
”Fun Day” is being held Aug. 22 (rain day, Aug. 23) at the Juliustown Park. Bring your Springfield Township friends and neighbors. If you have any food items or picnic supplies to donate or wish to help with the event, please contact Pete Sobotka at 609-213-7299 to make arrangements. Volunteers are especially needed to help with set-up/clean-up, cooking. The day is free. For more information please call Bruce Christiansen at 609-575-4498 or Rosanne Bornholdt at 609-267-5542.
The Wrightstown Rotary meets every Thursday night at 6 p.m. at the Garden State Diner, corner of Routes 537 and 545. Each week brings a new speaker. If you would like to become a member or see what the Rotary is all about, please feel free to attend one of these events. For more information contact Tom at 609-784-2533.
The Burlington County Library Bookmobile will be at the Springfield Municipal Building Thursday, July 30, from 3:30 to 4 p.m. Come out and take advantage of this wonderful resource. It has many books and videos available and it’s very convenient. Also the staff is very wonderful and knowledgeable. My kids are very addicted to it now. For the entire schedule, please see the library Web site or pick up a schedule on the next bookmobile date.
Breakfast is served! Join your friends and neighbors at the Jacksonville Community Center every first Sunday, October through June for an all-you-can-eat breakfast. Cost is $7 per person. The Community Center is also available for social events. Call AnnMarie McMullen at 267-5884 to reserve.
The Springfield Recreation Committee is looking for new members interested in assisting with the youth sports program in our town. The committee meets every second Thursday of the month at 8 p.m. For more information, please call 723-2464.
Do you like working with children? Springfield Elementary School is now hiring substitute teachers, educational assistants, cafeteria, playground aides, bus aides, nurses, and custodians. The need is great for these positions. The rate of pay for a substitute nurse and teacher have been raised recently. Please contact the school for more information at 723-2479.
Don’t forget to keep saving your General Mills Box Tops for Education box tops, printer ink cartridges and old cell phones. The Springfield Home & School Association collects these items and recycles them as a fundraiser. A box is located in the office for the box tops and one is in the hall outside of the main office for the ink cartridges and cell phones. Please help the kids of Springfield Elementary and drop your items off all year long. For more information call the school at 609-723-2479.