The Laurel & Hardy Museum in Harlem holds Kids Club 1-4 p.m. each Monday during the summer. The movie "Catch That Kid" will be shown Monday. For more information, call 556-0401.
CSRA Writers will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Barnes and Noble Booksellers, 1336 Augusta West Parkway. for information, call 738-4114.
The application deadline is Tuesday for scholarships from the Sergeants Major Association of Fort Gordon, offered to the graduating class of 2004. Applications are available from Army Community Service, Room 224, Darling Hall on Rice Road. For information, call 791-0792.
MCG Health System, Emory Eye Center and the Georgia Department of Human Resources will offer free diabetic retinopathy screenings at the Columbia County Health Department in Evans Tuesday .
The Berthmarks Tent, the appreciation club of Laurel & Hardy, will meet 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Laurel & Hardy Museum, 250 N. Louisville St., Harlem. For information, call Kathy Ham, 556-0401.
Free legal advice
Georgia Legal Services Program staff will offer free legal help to senior citizens from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Bessie Thomas Community Center, 5913 Euchee Creek Drive, Grovetown. For information, call 721-2327.
Each Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. is Can Day at Putt-Putt in Martinez, with aluminum cans collected for the Southeastern Firefighters Burn Foundation in return for a free bumper boat ride or TotalPlay admission. For information, call 868-0083.
School supply collection
Miracle Making Ministries is collecting school supplies to distribute to inner-city children July 31. For information, call 722-8693.
Science Center camp
The National Science Center's Fort Discovery is holding summer camps for grades 3-6. Fort Discovery also will hold a "Hot Summer Fun" session 10 a.m.-5 p.m. July 3, with special activities and exhibitions. For information, call Lisa Golden at 821-0646.
Vacation Bible schools
Church of Our Savior (Episcopal) will hold vacation Bible school 9 a.m.-noon Monday-Friday at the church, 4227 Columbia Road, Martinez. For information and pre-registration, call 863-1718.
Marvin United Methodist Church, Belair at Wheeler Road, will hold vacation Bible school 6 p.m. Monday-Friday. For information, call 863-0510.
Columbia County Christian Church will hold vacation Bible school for ages 3 years-fifth grade 6:15-8:30 p.m. July 18-22. The church is located at 4004 Prescott Drive, Martinez. For information, call 863-0535, or 863-6973.
The CSRA Parkinson Disease Support Group will meet 6 p.m. Tuesday at St. John Tower's dining room, 724 Greene St. Dr. Kapil D. Sethi, director of the Movement Disorder Clinic at MCG, will discuss causes of Parkinson Disease. For information, call 855-7690.
The 50th reunion of the shipmates of the Ashtabula, a U.S. Navy tanker that sailed from 1943-1982, will be June 25-27 at the Ramada Plaza Hotel on Broad Street in Augusta. For information, call 798-7868.
A social dance group meets each week at A World of Dance studio, 3497 Wheeler Road, Augusta, for dance lessons and practice. For information, call 650-2396.
Volunteers from the Southeastern Natural Sciences Academy will lead a 2.5-mile walk through Phinizy Swamp starting at 9:30 a.m. July 3 and Aug. 7. For information, call 828-2109.
The 2004 school council of North Harlem Elementary will meet at 4 p.m. June 28 in the school's media center. For information call 556-5995.
Child safety seminar
SAFE Kids of East Central Georgia and the MCG Children's Medical Center will hold a seminar, Child Passenger Safety for the Child Care Provider, 6:30-8:30 p.m. July 7 at the Augusta Fire Department on Highland Avenue. Cost for the class is $5, and provides two hours of credit for child-care providers. For information, call 721-5437.
A workshop for faith-based and community-based non-profit organizations seeking loan and grant funds will be 6:30 p.m. July 8 at the RSC Community Center, 821 MLK St. in Thomson. The workshop is sponsored by USDA-Rural Development. For information, call (706) 554-7001.
Hosts are needed for visiting students from Japan and the former Soviet Union. The 4H program for fifth- and sixth-graders requires a host sibling, with Japanese students visiting July 21-Aug. 19. High-school age students from Japan and the former Soviet Union arrive in August and attend local schools for the full school year. For information, call 868-3413.
The newly formed CSRA Harbour Lights lighthouse collectors club is seeking members. For information, call 863-1970.
July 30 will be Harlem Night at Augusta GreenJackets stadium, with all tickets $5 and available at the Laurel & Hardy Museum or Harlem City Hall. For information, call 556-0401, or 556-3448.
A dinner seminar on planning for retirement, wills and trusts will be 6 p.m. June 30 at the Pinnacle Club, 699 Broad St., Augusta. The event is free, but reservations are required. For information, call 279-6065.
Golden Harvest Food Bank is seeking volunteer groups of 10-20 people, ages 13-up, for Saturday help in sorting donated products. For information or to reserve a time, call Laurie Harmon at 736-1199, extension 208.
Rape Crisis and Sexual Assault Services offers group counseling to victims of rape, sexual assault and childhood abuse. All services are free. For information, call 724-5200.
Rotary District 6910, which covers most of north Georgia, is interviewing youths interested in attending high school overseas for a year as part of an international exchange program. Local families also are being sought to house incoming students. For information, call Jim Heaney at (706) 495-7601.
Six Flags tickets
Half-price Six Flags coupons are available from the Columbia County 4H office in the Savannah Rapids Pavilion, 3300 B Evans to Locks Road, Martinez. For information, call 868-3413.
The Harlem High School Drama Department continues to seek donations to fund its trip to the Scotland Fringe Festival in August. For information, contact Roy Lewis at 556-5980 or email@example.com.
Applications are being sought for 2004 graduates seeking scholarships to attend Georgia's military colleges. Students are nominated from each of Georgia's U.S. congressional districts, and are nominated by state senators in those districts. For more information, call the state Senate office at (800) 282-5803.
Riverfront Marine Detachment 1132 of the Marine Corps League is seeking donations of items to be handed out to Iraqi school children by Marine Corps units. For information, call Paul Brewer, 849-6632.
Hephzibah High School's class of 1984 is seeking class members for a 20-year reunion this fall. For information, contact Thomas Self at 592-4634, or Kim Edgar Stripling at 278-1001.
The Court Appointed Special Advocate program of Child Enrichment Inc. is seeking volunteers at least 21 years old to advocate for abused and neglected children in the juvenile court system.
Volunteers need no experience, and will be provided with specialized training. For more information, call 737-4631.
Foster and adoptive parents are being sought for Columbia and Richmond County children. For more information on the program, call Christina Ruetz in Columbia County at 541-1640, or Rosalyn Boyd in Richmond County, 721-7171.
Happy Tails adoption
Happy Tails Rescue will hold pet adoptions each Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and 4-6 p.m., and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m., at Superpetz on Bobby Jones Expressway in Martinez. For more information, call 863-5310.
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