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June 27, 2012

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One-credit courses available are English 1 through 4, Algebra 1 and 2, pre-Algebra, Geometry, U.S. History, World History, Physical Science/Biology and Wellness.

More information is available from Summer School Principal Hugh Morrison at 978-374-5700, ext. 4353, 781-987-4450 or by email to hmorrison@haverhill-ps.org. Aug. 8 is the final day of summer school classes.

eBook workshop: The Haverhill Public Library hosts a free eBook and eReaders workshop July 2 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Bring your Kindle, Nook, or Sony eReader, or just watch our demonstration on how to borrow library eBooks through OverDrive. Space is limited, RSVP 978-373-1586 x608.

Pancake Breakfast: The annual "July 4th Pancake Breakfast!" will be from 8 to 11 a.m. on Independence Day at Winnekenni Castle. Flapjacks and more for $3 per child and $6 per adult. Enjoy lawn toys and fun on the Castle's hillside and more — including a surprise children's guest! There will also be a children's coloring contest and a children's 'decorated anything on wheels' parade. Contest and parade participants should be complete and fully entered by 10 a.m. Line up for the parade is slated for approximately 10:15 a.m. Prizes for coloring and for best decorated wheels will be awarded.

Police Summer Camp: Applications for the Haverhill Police Department's GREAT/DARE Days summer camp are available in the lobby of the Police Station, 40 Bailey Blvd. The camp, held at Consentino Middle School, is free to Haverhill children ages 8 to 11 old and runs weekdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., July 9 through Aug. 17. The camp consists of scheduled recreational activities, guest speakers and field trips. Parents/guardians of children planning to participate in this program will be asked to fill out a permission slip, including medical information, and return it to the Haverhill Police Department no later than June 29. Parents/Guardians will need to provide a snack and lunch for their child. Police ask that parents arrange for their children's transportation and inform them of those arrangements so that campers are not left stranded at the end of the day. Campers who actively participate in all activities on a daily basis and attend camp on a regular basis will be considered for field trips throughout the summer.

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