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    Vol. 5 No. 5 www.mypaperonline.com May 21, 2013

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    he 5th grade Junior Troop #162 girls who attend

    Bragg School in Chester just completed their

    Bronze Award This is the highest award a JuniorGirl Scout can achieve. They identified a need at the

    Chester Library for a space for kids who are in the in-

    between ages of 3-5th grades. The library has a "Teen

    Room" and a childrens room, but no area designated for

    this age group. They re-decorated an area within the chil-

    drens room and named it " Cool Kidz Reading Lounge" -

    a name in which most of the 5th grade voted on. Troop 162

    created a piece of artwork for this new space and the

    library funded the purchase of the new chairs, carpet, and

    ottomans. The girls used their girl scout cookie sales prof-

    it to help fund the project as well.

    The Chester Area Pool Committee and Chester

    Borough council representatives are pleased to

    announce the Pool Grand Opening weekend on

    Saturday, May 25th Memorial Day, May 27th, from 10

    a.m. to 8 p.m. The pool will remain open on weekends only

    KIDZ Make a Difference

    Alexandra Amoresano, Samantha Cox, Shana Ling, Megan Lomelo, Izzy Tarran, Rachel Riordan.

    Summer Fun Begins At Chester Area Pooluntil June 27th and will then open seven days a week until

    Labor Day.

    Chester Area Pool is a state-of-the-art facility located on

    4.7 acres and is adjacent to the Black River Middle School,

    on North Road. There is ample parking, and areas for sun-bathing, relaxing in the shade and recreational activities.

    The complex currently consists of a 60 x 150 heated main

    pool, (handicapped accessible), a 76 x 52 shallow interac-

    tive pool, a filtered infant pool with a nearby play structure,

    waterslide, and concession. Bathrooms, showers, and

    changing facilities are also available. Members are encour-

    aged to take part in various pool activities, including social

    events, swim team and swim lesson programs.

    This year we are happy to announce more exciting

    changes to the pool. Currently the volleyball court will get

    a new facelift with 50 tons of authentic beach sand, and a

    new state of the art finger scanning program is in place forcontinued on page 2

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    Page 2, May 2013, Tell Them You Saw It In The Black River News

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    easy access into the pool. Bathroom floors

    are resurfaced and everything will be in

    place just in time for Summer.

    Dont forget to invite your friends with

    only $4.00 admission for guests after

    5:00PM. We are also happy to announce

    that Bella Pizza-Gourmet Deli will once

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    Do you have questions about your

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    continued from front page

    Attention Medicare Beneficiaries

    The flagpole on the front lawn of the

    Morris County Courthouse on

    Washington Street in Morristown

    will be painted this weekend and will need

    approximately two weeks to cure. As a

    result, Morris County officials want thepublic to know that flags will not be flying

    from the flagpole during that time.

    In the interim, however, an American

    flag will be placed outside of the front

    entrance to the courthouse during regular

    business hours.

    Flags will again be flown as soon as theflagpole is able to accept them.

    Courthouse Flagpole BeingRefurbished

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    N

    ine members of the Long Valley

    Woman's Club attended the Spring

    Luncheon and Achievement Day of

    the NJ State Federation of Women's Clubs,

    Highland District, held at Zeris Restaurant

    in Mountain Lakes on Wednesday, April

    10th.

    The club was awarded certificates for

    "Best All Around Work" in the following

    categories:

    Women's History, Domestic Violence

    Awareness & Prevention, Public Issue

    Community Service Program, International

    Outreach Community Service

    Program, and Home Life Community

    Service Program.Honors were awarded to individual

    women in a number of different categories

    and the following members came home

    with Gold Awards:

    Dorothy Walter for her fudge and filled

    cookies, Irene Satow for her oil painting,

    and Linda Allgeier for her quilted baby

    blanket.

    Those winning Blue Ribbons wereKathie Uber for her Zucchini Bread, Mary

    Lou Slowinski for her watercolor painting,

    and Janice Carruth for her pastel rendition.

    Also in attendance were Club President

    Joan Canonico, Club Historian Caroyn

    Covert, NJSFWC State By-Laws

    Chairperson Susan Hoekstra,

    Federation Secretary/Liaison Diane

    Maki, and club member Edie Patterson.

    For information about club membership

    contact Dorothy Beckbissinger at 908-832-

    6777.The Woman's Club meets at the

    Presbyterian Church on Bartley Road, Long

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