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To The Point: Time, money needed for Point worthy causes

I hope that all those colored eggs have been enjoyed by family and friends and that the bunny is taking a nap after all his work. It certainly was sad that the Washington, D.C. egg hunt was called...

By Sabina Cardali

Welcome to the Point. The Point being College Point.

I hope that all those colored eggs have been enjoyed by family and friends and that the bunny is taking a nap after all his work. It certainly was sad that the Washington, D.C. egg hunt was called off due to inclement weather, but there’s always next year.

Community Dinner will be held at First Reformed Church at noon, Saturday, April 28. The Rummage Sale will be on May 3 and 4.

St. Fidelis holds its Rummage Sale on Saturday, April 28 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sunday, April 29 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the school auditorium.

On April 29, all the children with their parents or guardians are invited to the First Reformed Church for Mommy and Me and Playgroup Recognition Day. The children will sing and then go to the chapel for Free Play and snack. They are looking for volunteers to watch the children during the rest of the service, so some of the parents and guardians can enjoy the remainder of the hour and hear the sermon. See Cathy Catterson or call the church office 359-3956, if you would like to volunteer

Mommy and Me Playgroup will hold a Plant Sale and Bake Sale on Sunday, May 6. The money raised will be used for new equipment and toys. They would like to offer a scholarship to children and parents who would like to attend Playgroup or Mommy and Me but have financial difficulty. If you’d like to sponsor a child, the cost per month is $25 for Mommy and Me and $45 per month for Playgroup. The money helps pay for supplies, crafts, trips and Graduation. If you are interested, please contact Kathy Catterson at 849-1824 or Pastor Rosenblum. Your support is appreciated.

A speedy recovery to Mabel McAuliffe.

The Department of Sanitation presents Spring 2001 compost givebacks and bin sales. In Queens: Saturday, April 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Forest Park, Band shell Parking Lot (Woodhaven Blvd., one block past Myrtle intersection); on Sunday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Shea Stadium, South Parking Lot, (across from the stadium on Roosevelt Avenue). Any New York City resident may take up to 30 gallons of compost, but you must provide your own bags or containers. Bring a shovel. Compost bins will be sold at the discounted price of $20. For more information, call the Queens Botanical Garden at (718) 539-5296 or e-mail: compost@queensbotanical.org.

The Memorial Day Parade kicks off at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 27. Line-up is at 1:30 p.m. Councilman Michael Abel is the Grand Marshal and Gloria Palma will be Poppy Queen. If you would like to volunteer for this worthy parade, please call Chairman Fred Mazzarello at 939-3393. A big thank you to Steve Coppolino for use of his flatbeds for our beautiful floats. Also a big thank you to Eric Ekstein who is storing materials at his College Point Self Storage.

Anchor-Astoria Lodge No. 729 held their Community Awards on April 24. The DeWitt Clinton Award went to Councilman Michael Abel and the Douglas MacArthur Award went to Lilian Quintero. Congratulations to both!

SABINA SAYS....It is important that you remember the veterans of all the wars. Be a part of the College Point Parade on Sunday, May 27.

A very special Happy Birthday to my daughter, Angela McIntyre, and to Patrick Hanlon..

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