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Ice Cream Festival, Council Considers $423K Community Development Grant

Also a free child safety seat check on Wednesday.

The Laurel Springs Lions Club presents the Centennial Ice Cream Festival and Concert on Wednesday.
The Laurel Springs Lions Club presents the Centennial Ice Cream Festival and Concert on Wednesday.

Gloucester Township Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Municipal Hall on Chews Landing Road. The agenda includes a resolution for the allocation of $423,000 in federal community development money. 
The complete agenda can be viewed and downloaded here: http://glotwp.com/pdfs/agendas/agenda081213.pdf

On Wednesday, the Laurel Springs Lions Club presents the Centennial Ice Cream Festival and Concert. The free event kicks off at 6 p.m. at the Laurel Springs Recreation Complex on Grand Ave. The Steel Kings, a Caribbean steel-drum band will perform at 7 p.m. 

Bring a lawn chair for this rain-or-shine event. If it rains, it will be held indoors in the recreation center.

Also on Wednesday, the Camden County Freeholders are sponsoring a free child safety seat check at the Camden County Emergency Training Center,  420 Woodbury Turnersville Road in the Blackwood section of the township.  Technicians will check your child's safety seat (or grandchild's) for proper installation, factory recalls, defects and proper seat for the child's age, weight and height.  

If the seat has been recalled you will be given a new seat. This is a free service to all Camden County residents by the Camden County Freeholders, Div. of Highway Traffic Safety, Camden County College, and Safe Kids, Southern New Jersey.  
For additional information please call (856) 783-4808 ext. 5421 .


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