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Daily Five: Pics Of Middle Schoolers Dancing

Five Things To Know For Monday, May 7, 2012

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1. Today should be mostly sunny, with a high near 65, according to the National Weather Service. Tonight should be cloudy, with a low around 48, according to the service.

2. We missed Clark Lane Middle School's "Let's Move" dance event Thursday, but thanks to health teacher and Audrey Montanaro, we now have photos of the event (the ones on this article).

The event was started by Michelle Obama in 2011 as an attempt to get kids to exercise more. On Thursday, for the second year, students from across the country and Clark Lane Middle School danced to Beyonce's " Move Your Body."

3. For all you , Jordan Cove will be restocked with clams on May 19th, according to the Waterford Shellfish Commission's meeting minutes. Shellfish Commission Chairman Doug Lawson will stock the cove with 65 to 70 bags of clams, according to meeting minutes.

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4. Tonight at 7, the Planning and Zoning Commission continues its public hearing on Kobyluck Brothers LLC’s proposal to This should be the last public hearing date on the application and the Conservation Commission has already closed its public hearing on the project.  

5. On this date in 1664, French King Louis XIV inaugurated the stunning Palace of Versailles. And on this date in 1718, another Frenchman named Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville founded the city of New Orleans.

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