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    Vol. 6 No. 6 www.mypaperonline.com June 2014

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    Back Row: CPT Anthony Roberts (NJ Army National Guard/US Army). Middle Row: Veteran Officer Marty Fleischer, Grace Finlay,

    Maeve Colligan, Carolina Booth and Veteran Officer Woody Burgener. Front Row: Liya Barski, Stephanie Bruin, Audra Willsey, Noelle

    Deehan and Tori Murray all from GS Troop 94097.

    Memorial Day Celebration given for the

    Washington Township Vets that occurred

    Saturday, May 23, 12 noon at the Senior Center at

    Rock Spring Park, Long Valley.

    Girl Scout Troop # 94097 traveled their journey to accom-

    plish the Bronze award by collecting fifteen plus hourshelping in the preparation and hosting of this event. The

    preparation included making patriotic "swaps" which are

    pins, and bracelets to hand out to all those who attended.

    They then prepared all kinds of delicious treats for them to

    enjoy after the ceremony concluded. The day of the event,

    they arrived early and helped decorate the park and the sen-

    ior center. During the event, they greeted guests, handed

    out their "swaps" and the programs as guests arrived. They

    had the honor of walking in the procession for the event

    along with many Washington Township Veterans, active

    soldiers, a Keynote speaker by the name of CPT Anthony F.Roberts, Knights of Columbus, Fire Fighters and other boy

    and girl scouts. Two of my girls helped two veterans pres-

    ent a wreath and placed it under the flag. It was truly a

    moving ceremony and an honor to have my girls partici-

    pate. After the ceremony was over, they cleaned up thegrounds inside the center and outside the park.

    Visit the Long Valley Green Market and enjoy all that

    our local organic farmers, artisans and vendors

    have to offer. Choose from locally grown fruit and

    vegetables, fresh eggs, homemade pasta, grass-fed beef,

    hand made empanadas, artisan bread, pickles, honey,

    imported olive oil, fresh guacamole, delicious desserts and

    so much more! Looking for a perfect gift or maybe a little

    something for you? With a variety of skilled artists, LVGM

    Summer Has Arrived at Long Valley Green Market!has everything from handcrafted jewelry to spa products,

    photography and pottery.

    Meet your friends, bring your family and join LVGM in

    supporting our local farmers, artisans and vendors.

    We have fun events planned for each week, so be sure to

    check out our Website Longvalleygreenmarket.com and

    Facebook Page for more details.

    June 26: Our Deliciously sweet competition Strawberry

    Shortcake! Check out our website for upcoming contest

    information and rules. Mrs. Birch will be here for story

    time at 4. All kids will get a special treat to celebrate the

    beginning of summer vacation.

    Dont forget to stock up for the July 4th holiday. Well

    be on holiday ourselves and wont be here on July 3rd.

    Please join us every Thursday from 3pm-7pm for live

    music, fun family events and a wonderful way to support

    our local entrepreneurs.

    Hours: Thursday afternoons from 3:00pm 7:00pm, 20

    Schooleys Mountain Road.

    Check out Facebook and Twitter pages for weekly

    updates & events. www.longvalleygreenmarket.com

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    JOAN SIRKIS LAVERY, ESQ.IN PRACTICE FOR OVER 25 YEARS

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    Chester Camera is

    offering an

    Introduction To

    Book Publishing course in

    July. The three-week classhighlights the world of tra-

    ditional, nonfiction publish-

    ing as well as self-publish-

    ing. Students will learn

    how to capture the attention

    of an editor with a proposal,

    outline and sample chapter.

    As an alternative, they will

    also learn the steps required

    to produce and publicize

    their own books. Topics

    include: writing, editing,illustration, design, printing

    and marketing. Childrens

    book publishing will also be

    discussed. Each student

    will receive personal atten-

    tion and homework assign-

    ments.

    The course instructor is

    local author, Loren Spiotta-

    DiMare of Tewksbury.

    Specializing in animal sub-

    jects, for both adults andchildren, Spiotta-DiMare

    Chester Camera Offers Summer Book Publishing Course

    Author Loren Spiotta-DiMare with some of her new books.

    has been involved with the

    publishing industry for over

    30 years. School and

    library book publisher

    Enslow Publishers in

    Berkeley Heights recently

    released the authors photo-

    illustrated, chapter book

    series, Horses That Help

    with the American Humane

    Association. Spiotta-DiMares other titles

    include:

    Beyond The Finish Line:

    Stories of Ex-Racehorses,

    The Sporting Spaniel

    Handbook, Cavalier King

    Charles Spaniel, Everyone

    Loves Elwood, Madelines

    Miracle, Chelsea & The

    New Puppy, Published both

    nationally and international-

    ly, Spiotta-DiMares workhas been recognized by the

    Humane Society of the

    United States, The Doris

    Day Animal Foundation,

    The Dog Writers

    Association of America, andNew Jersey Press Women.

    Chester Camera recently

    began offering photography

    courses in its new class-

    room. We are pleased to

    expand our programing by

    offering a book publishing

    course, says store owner

    Bob Lyons. Loren has

    diverse publishingexperi-

    ence and a great deal of

    knowledge to share withaspiring authors.

    Introduction to Book

    Publishing will be held on

    Wednesday mornings July

    9, 16 and 23 from 10:30

    a.m. to noon. The fee for the

    three-week course is $100.

    (Checks made out to Loren

    Spiotta-DiMare.) Space is

    limited therefore pre-regis-

    tration by July 2nd is

    required. To sign up for theclass, stop by Chester

    Camera or call 908-879-

    7100. The store is located

    in the Chester Springs Mall

    (next to ShopRite) on Route

    206 in Chester.

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    Washington Township Recreation

    and the Eighth Grade Parents of

    Long Valley Middle School cor-

    dially invite graduates and parents/grand-parents/guardians only to the 10th annual

    8th grade promotion celebration. This

    event is scheduled for Thursday June 19th

    at Rock Spring Park. The time for this joy-

    ous occasion is right after the ceremony to

    10:30pm with a fee of $40 per family (sorry

    no siblings).

    For more information and to receive a

    registration form, please contact Tammy

    Janiszewski (908) 876-3633, DebbiePalumbo (908) 850-8306 or the Recreation

    Dept. (908) 876-5941. To obtain a registra-

    tion form please email us at

    recreation@wtmorris.net or visit our web-

    site at www.wtmorris.org.

    10th annual8th Grade Promotion Celebration

    O

    n Fathers Day, June 15, the North

    Jersey Street Rod Association will

    host its annual charity Rod Run atHorseshoe Lake, Eylund Avenue, in

    Roxbury Township. The event will be held

    from 8 AM to 3 PM. This years recipient is

    5 year old Nicholas Da Silva who is current-

    ly in remission from cancer.

    Spectators and participants are requested

    to bring canned goods to support the

    Interfaith Food Pantry of Morris County.

    Show car admission is by donation and

    spectator admission is $5. Children under

    12 are free.

    Activities will include valve cover racesfor children, 50/50 and door prizes, NSRA

    Inspection, and some beautiful cars and

    trucks to check out. Food and beverages are

    also available. Alcoholic beverages and petsare not permitted.

    Vendors are welcome and must have a

    NJ State Tax ID number. Entry fee for ven-

    dors is $25. Vendors should contact Bob

    OMalley at 973-219-8163 for more infor-

    mation.

    Past Rod Runs have been a huge success

    and thanks to the participants and specta-

    tors, we have been able to help many chil-

    dren through their life-threatening illnesses.

    Additional information is available at

    www.njsra.com.

    Charity Car Show to BenefitFive Year Old Boy

    PART TIME BARBER WANTED

    908 879 4247.

    Chester Barber, Main St Chester

    Attention Schools, Churches, Organizations Send

    Your Press Releases to mary.lalama@gmail.com

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