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Have you registered to be an organ donor? Or applied for a Library Card? Did you attend Dr. Shulimovich’s Lunch and Learn--Cancer Control Awareness Month at RUMC or Dine Out 4 Autism? Or attend the Arts, Culture & Fun: Public Theater Mobile Unit: “The Tempest”? or the"The Crucifixion, an Oratorio" at The Reformed Church on Staten Island?  I hope you enjoyed the lovely weather and embraced nature during Easter and Passover holidays.

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Was it only a week ago that I was shoveling snow, chopping ice and wishing I was in a warmer climate?  As I write, the temperature outside is a surprisingly high 60!  Tomorrow, it will go back down to 30. The hyacinth, crocus and daffodil plants are abloom.

Spring has sprung which means it is time for growth of flowers, plants, children, a new outlook on life, perhaps a new job or a new relationship.  We all tend to make New Year resolutions or resolve to do better with our personal and/or work life, get back on the diet or exercise routine. With spring comes preparing for outdoor activity and staying out later as it remains lighter longer, working in the garden, playing in the park with the kiddies.  Are you in a rut?  You aren’t the

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Attention all of you Jazz aficionados!  The 28th Annual Staten Island Jazz Festival, presented by the Universal Temple of the Arts, takes place on Saturday, 10/17 at the Music Hall at Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1000 Richmond Terrace.  Beginning at 10:30 a.m., you can participate in diverse jazz-themed workshops:  music, vocals, dance and collage art and a panel discussion titled “The History & Future of Jazz”.  From 2 through 7 p.m. enjoy five hours of live music.  For information on admission and acts, visit:  UTASI.org or e-mail info@utasi.org. Save $5 off advance tickets by calling 718-273-5610.

The co-founder and executive director of UTA is Sajda Musawwir Ladner, a lovely woman whom I have known for many years after sharing a pattern

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