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-....TEH3N EDITION (Tlmoi.News, Mr.  IlL) THURSDAY, 717LY 13, 1961 TOMLINSON RECREATION CENTER ACTIVITIES inglgIS.IANTIC-HARRISTOWN HIGH SCHOOL group of freshmen are shown enjoy- ln. e facilities of the Tomltnson Memorial Indoor Pool adjacent to the new ttlnal building. This group is only one of the many from surrounding Which enjoy the pool for private parties. Times.News Photo. SKATE ROOM at the new recreational room shows Mary Ayles- worth, Mrs. Kenneth Stoll, and Mrs. Harold Hargrave, handling the admissions and handing out skates. More volunteers are need. ed to help out various nights. Please Call SW2.5610. --Times.News Photo. L RO "g a "b- OM at the new Tomlinson Recreation Iuilding shows skaters feather,, and some nourishment in the form of candy and pop. Times-News Photo. OPENING NIGHT at the new Tomlinson Recreation Building, brought forth a large number of skating enthusiasts, almost filling the 50 x 90 ft. hard maple skating floor. Dancing and other events will also be part of the activities in the new building. Skating, until a permanent schedule is worked-out, will be Wednesday, STERN STYLE SQUARE DANCING has proven very popular at the Recreation Center and is a regular weekly feature. in the Tomlinson block as the popularity of this re. afteimoons. The area for family reunions is shown in foreground, with the recreation building and indoor pool in the rues-News Photo. MERRY.GO-ROUND which gets a lot of action among the "small fry."--Times.News Photo. BASEBALL is another activity the grade school youngsters find enough to on the _._._._