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    Vol. 4 No. 2 www.mypaperonline.com February 14, 2012

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    heres a line in the Girl ScoutPromise that says help

    people at all times. That is a PERFECT statement to

    describe what happened on the night of January20th, 2012! To achieve their bronze award, Girl Scout

    Troop 87 organized an entertaining event in the Kossmann

    School Gym that helped the homeless, the hungry, animals

    at a shelter, and the environment. They even had a DJ and

    snacks!

    Daisy, Brownie, and Junior Girl Scout troops had fun at

    each station. At the animal station, the girls had fun filling

    the bags for the animals (bones and dog treats) which will

    be donated to Noahs Ark Animal Shelter and Furever

    Home Dog Rescue. The homeless bags (bathroom items

    and a happy quote), and breakfast bags (breakfast foods)

    will be donated to Bridges, which is an organization thatserves the homeless in New York City. At the environment

    station, Girl Scouts decorated Shop Rite bags and wrote

    some environmental slogans on them, along with some

    color and environmental drawings. Troop 87 will then send

    them back to Shop Rite, to use with thei r customers on

    Earth Day- a great way to let people know about how we

    should be taking care of the environment!Along with these

    enjoyable service projects, additional activities were set at

    all of the stations like: a recycling relay, a Juliet Lowe (the

    person who created Girl Scouts) action story, and a dog

    game. To make the night even more fun, there was dancing

    activities at the DJ stand. Girl Scouts had fun dancing withgirls from troop 87.

    To end this wonderful night, everyone got into a circle

    and lit 100 electric candles to celebrate 100 years of scout-

    ing. Each person lit the candle of the person standing next

    to them. This event was truly a great way to let everyoneslight shine!

    Girl Scout Troop 87Organized An Entertaining Event

    Washington Township Recreation Departmentis celebrating the luck of the Irish by offeringtheir annual St. Patricks Day Luncheon on

    Friday March 16, 2012 at 11AM. The festive eventwillbe held at the Washington Township Senior Center in

    Rock Spring Park, Long Valley.The event will include a catered luncheon by LongValley Restaurant consisting of corned beef, cabbageand potatoes, green salad and Irish soda bread. Theladies from Long Valley Jr.Womens Club are generous-ly donating their time to help out. Marcel and Luckywill be performing their unique show of singing anddancing.

    The cost of this event is a non-refundable fee of $8.00 for residents and $9.00 for non-residents. Pleasesend yourcheck made payable to Washington TownshipRecreation to: WT Recreation, 50 Rock Rd., LongValley, NJ 07853 before March12, 2012. For anyques-tions please call Liza Cook at 908-876-5941.

    Annual St. Patricks DayLuncheon

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    Page 2, February 2012, Tell Them You Saw It In The Black River News

    The 32ndAnnual Chester Science Fair

    will be held on Saturday, March 3rd,

    2012 from 9:00am to 2:00pm athe

    Black River Middle School, 100 North

    Road, Chester, NJ 07930.Come see over500 students presenting over

    400 amazing projects. Special exhibits

    throughout the day from The Nitrogen

    Magic Show with Dr. Hwang, Circus

    Science Activity Zone, Beach Detective

    Touch Tables from the NJ Aquarium, Live

    Raptors from the Delaware Valley Raptor

    Center, Schiff Nature Preserve and more.Admission to the Fair is free. For more

    information visit: www.chesterscience

    fair.org

    32nd Annual Chester Science Fair

    T

    he Chester Township Environmental

    Commission's Green Team has pro-

    duced a book of coupons to local

    Chester businesses, thanks to a small grantfrom the Sustainable Jersey Small Grants

    program. 'The Best of Chester: Fabulous

    Values for our Fabulous Shoppes,' contains

    49 money-saving offers to Chester busi-

    nesses. Anyone who lives, works, or shops

    in Chesterwill findwonderful discounts for

    many goods and services.

    Inspired by coupon books that offer

    coupons to large out-of-town chain stores,

    this book is instead designed to encourage

    people to shop locally. Many of the

    coupons will inspire shoppers to try some-thing new! Buying locally and choosing to

    keep our dollars in town means that we:

    Support local businesses,help create

    jobs here in town,get to know business

    owners,walk more, drive less, get personal-

    ized service, encourage local prosperity,

    invest in our community, create fewer pol-

    lutants and help clean the air.

    Each coupon book costs $10, and with

    the use of just one coupon, the book wil lpay for itself! From there on, it's all sav-

    ings! Proceeds from the sale of the books

    will be used to fund future printings. You

    can buy'TheBestof Chester' coupon books

    at these locations: Alexs Cafe and Aztec

    Nights, All Computers Go, Alstede Farms,

    Antiques by Chester Craf ts , Bal lroom

    Dancing Like the Stars, Black River Candy

    Shoppe, Branded Screen Printing, Chester

    Antique Mall, Chester Crafts and

    Collectibles, Chester Township, Municipal

    Bu ild ing, Country Nursery, Curves,Elegant Custom Tailoring, 5 Diva Girls,

    Kurts Locksmith, Learning RX, Morris

    County Arts Workshop, Plant Detectives,

    Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and

    School of Royal Yoga.

    The Best of Chester - Fabulous Valuesfor Our Fabulous Shoppes

    Schools, Churches, Organizations Send YourPress Releases to mary.lalama@gmail.com

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    Page 4, February 2012, Tell Them You Saw It In The Black River News

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    egister now for the West Morris

    Soccer Club (WMSC) Small Sided

    Spring Soccer. This program offers

    the opportunity for players to learn newtechniques, while spending the majority of

    time playing pick-up style games on small-

    sided fields.

    Registration is open to children in grades

    Kindergarten through 8th. This soccer pro-

    gram will be held at Black River Fields in

    Chester, and runs from April 30 through

    June 11 (weather providing). Participants

    will practice two times per week, for one-

    hour sessions. Enrollment for the program

    is $75 per child for those who registerbefore March 1, 2012; thereafter, the fee

    will be $100.

    For more information and to register,

    please visit the WMSC website at: west-

    morris soccer.org , and look under the

    'Spring Soccer Program' tab.

    G

    row your own organic fruits, veg-

    etables, and flowers in an ideal

    local setting! The Chester

    Community Garden , opening in mid-March, is located at Highlands Ridge Park,

    100 North Road, Chester. The community

    garden offers 120 garden plots measuring 8'

    x 16'; gardeners can rent several plots if

    desired. Gardening seminars will be offered

    all season to provide support and informa-

    tion to participants. Fees for one year are

    $30 per plot for residents and $40 for non-

    residents.

    Please go to the Chester Township web-

    site 'Community Garden' tab(www.chestertownship.org/community-gar-

    den.html) to print the forms. Send complet-

    ed forms to the ChesterTownship municipal

    building along with your payment. The 120

    plots will be filled on a first-come, first-

    served basis.

    Chester Lioness Club Is sponsoring a

    Gala Evening at the Show on

    March 4th, 2012 at 2 PM in the

    Black Rive r Playhouse , Budd Ave, in

    Chester, NJ.

    The featured show will be thelight heart-

    ed musical, By Jeeves which is based on

    the classic story by P.G. Wodehouse. This

    is a hilarious, light hearted musical which

    follows the madcap adventures of society

    fab Bertie Wooster and his unflappable

    ingenious manservant, Jeeves. AndrewLloyd Webber (Phantom of the Opera)

    weaves some of his most endering melodies

    ever and playwright Alan Ayckbourns rapi-

    er wit was never sharper.

    The all inclusive ticket cost of $25 00 is

    partially tax deductible, as pro