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    Tell ThemYou Saw It In The Black

    Vol. 3 No. 11 www.mypaperonline.com November 15, 2011

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    Alocal quilt group known as The Day Quilters pre-sented the Chester Library with an appliqued quiltto commemorate the librarys recent Centennial.

    The group, composed of 11 members from Morris andWarren counties, worked with Library Director LesleyKarczewski andAssistant Library Director Susan Koines indetermining the style of quiltthat wouldbe most suitable tomark the important milestone. The librarians wanted a quiltthat might have been made by a Chester needlewoman in1911, the year that the library was founded. The quilt has apieced center and a hand-appliqud border. It was then

    Members of The Day Quilters present a quilt as a gift to the Chester Library to honor the librarys Centennial celebration. Picturedfrom left are (front row) Marjorie Mangels and Bea Hailes; (back row)t: Susan Koines, Assistant L ibrary Director; Diane Kent; Mary

    Ames; Dianne Johnson; Susan Adler; Ellen Greco; Lesley Karczewski, Library Director; and Dennis Whorley, President, Library Boardof Trustees. Other Day Quilters not present, but who contributed to this project were Ann Annichiarico, Carol Bendixen, Nicole Davies,

    and Millie Isherwood. Submitted photo.

    Chester Library Receives Quilt to

    Commemorate 100th Anniversarymachine quiltedby longarmquilter Mary Ames, who is alsoa member of the group. The quilters used well over 100dif-ferent fabrics and did extensive research to utilize fabricreproductions in colors that would have been available to aquilter in 1911, as well as a design that spoke to the trendsof that era. The quilt can be seen in its permanent locationover the librarys magnificent stone fireplace.

    Washington Township Recreation will be hostingthe annual Breakfast with Santa scheduled forSaturday, December 3, 2011. The cost is $7 per

    person, and children aged three and under are free. Santahas made arrangements with Oldwick General Store tocater this event. Pre-registration only, no walk-in registra-tions will be accepted. The event will be held at theCommunity House, 247 Old Turnpike Rd (Rt. 57), Califon,N.J.

    For more information and seating times, please call theRecreation Department at (908) 876-5941, or visit thetownships Web site at www.wtmorris.org and downloadthe registration form. Deadline is November 28, 2011.

    Breakfast with Santa

    Dec. 3

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    Washington Township Recreation

    is sponsoring a trip to the

    Prudential Center to see the NJ

    Devils take on NY Islanders on November

    26, 2011 at 1 p.m. Bus leaves the SeniorCenter, located in Rock Spring Park at 11

    a.m. andwill arrive approximately at 5 p.m.

    Tickets are $48 per person which will be

    given out on the day of the event. Deadline

    to purchase tickets is November 18, 2011.

    Children must be accompanied by an adult.

    Checks should be made payable to WT

    Recreat ion, and mailed to Washington

    Township Recreation, 50 Rock Road, LongValley, NJ 07853; attn: NJ Devils. If you

    have any quest ions , please contact our

    office at (908) 876-5941.

    The Chester Library will hold severalp rograms and events during themonth of December to help celebrate

    the holiday season.

    On Thursday, December 8 at 7 p.m. theChester Library will hold a performance ofCharles Dickens The Christmas Carol.British stage actor James Dyne of theTraveling Literary Theater will perform theone-hour reading. The program is appropri-ate for ages 8 and older.

    Childrens singer/songwriter, Lou Gallo,will hold a winter sing-along for families onSaturday, December 10 at 11 a.m. Lou hasbeen entertaining children and their parentsin the New York City area for many years.Lou's singing and songwriting focus on

    what is important: home, family, and in hiscase, an assortment of crazy pets he calls

    friends.A select group of members from the

    Mendham High School Choir will performtheir annual holiday concert at the Chester

    Library on Sunday, December 11 at 2 p.m.The Chester Library welcomes this talentedgroup of singers and musicians as theyentertain us with a mix of holiday music.Refreshments will be provided.

    Finally, on Friday, December 16 at 10a.m., The Chester Library will hold its firstannual cookie exchange. Bring three dozenof your favor ite cookies and share themwith fellow bakers. Dont forget to bringyour recipe and an empty container. Enjoyrefreshments, socializing, exchangingrecipes and great cookbooks on display.

    Register for all programs at chester-lib.org or call (908) 879-7612.

    Chester LibraryAnnounces Holiday Programs

    Washington Twp to SponsorTrip for NJ Devils Hockey Game

    Schools, Churches, Organizations Send YourPress Releases to [email protected]

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    he House of Good Shepherd inHackettstown has scheduled aHoliday Bazaar for Friday, Nov. 18

    and Saturday, Nov. 19.The Continuing Care Retirement

    Community, located at 798 Willow GroveStreet, will have an assortment of beautiful

    and unique hand crafted gifts for sale in themain lobby (lower parking lot) from10 a.m.to4 p.m. onFridayand 10a.m.to 2 p.m.on

    Saturday.For further information, call (908) 684-

    5900.

    House of Good Shepherdto Host Holiday Bazaar

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    Story by Jodi Ilsye

    Acura of Denville has served NorthJersey for more than twenty years,but on Saturday October 22, the

    dealership putall paws on deck for petsafe-

    ty. Along with partner Mt. Pleasant AnimalShelter, Acura of Denville hosted amicrochipping clinic to help local pet own-ers protect the furry and fluffy members oftheir families.

    Unlike tags or collars, microchips last alifetime. Like a permanent pet ID, they arecurrently the most effective way of reunit-ing missing pets with their owners. That day

    over fifty dogs and cats were chipped at aspecial discounted rate, offering pet ownersa peace of mind Vice President StevenLustig understands all too well. I was dev-astatedwhen my dog Belle went missing for

    a few hours,he says.(Shewas off on a soloexplorationmission.) I knowwhat a differ-encea chipcan make. Im gladwe can offerthis service to our customers.

    Lustigs passion for animals runs in thefamily. The Lustigs are longtime supportersof pet adoption and welfare. In addition tosupporting national organizations as theASPCAand the US Humane Society, Acura

    Acura of Denvilles Pet Projectof Denville has assisted local Greyhoundadoption services and is a major supporterof Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter. Jax, theLustig family s Bearded Colli e, a Mt .Pleasant Animal Shelter adoptee, can oftenbe foundon the showroom floorat Acura ofDenville greeting customers. He was a tail-wagging presence at the microchippingevent, welcoming animals from the shelterstill looking fortheir foreverhome and nuz-zling noses with visitors on their way to thewater bowl. Dealership staff was on hand toserve treats to the guests and their keepers.

    This isnt the first time Acura of Denville

    and Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter have col-laborated for a good cause. In September,the dealership was a platinum sponsor ofMutts Mania at Lurker Park in EastHanover where over 800 guests, staff andvolunteers enjoyed browsing more than 50different vendors and pets got to try thedoggie agility classes, compete in the pettrick contestsand enjoy samples of toys andtreats.After thesuccessof the inaugural PetMicrochipping Clinic, the hope is that itwill become an annual event at the dealer-ship in the future. Jax has given it his fourlicks and a woof approval.

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    T

    he Washington

    Township Historical

    Society will be host-

    ing its 28th Annual Historic

    House Tour on December

    10from 11 a.m. to4 p.m.

    This years tour will be

    held primarily in the

    Pleasant Grove section on

    Schooleys Mountain of

    Washington Township. Two

    of the oldest homes in that

    area that have neverbeen on

    the tour will be opened this

    year. The Arly and Lyn

    Smith farmstead on CalifonRoad was built c. 1800 and

    has hadtwo additions added

    on to make it a charming

    farmhouse on what was

    once the S. Hann property.

    The Colver House on

    Wehrli Road was home to

    several of the Colvers,

    members of the Colverites

    a religious group that trav-

    eled to Schooleys

    Mountain in search of reli-gious freedom.

    Two other homes on

    Pleasant grove, the Beatty

    House and the Hunt House

    plus the newly renovated

    Highlands Presbyterian

    Church on Heath Lane, will

    complete the tour on the

    mountain. Lunch will beserved at the Pleasant Grove

    Presbyte rian Church on

    Cali fon Road where Kay

    Weeks will be demonstrat-

    ing rug hooking. She will

    also have rugs for sale and

    the proceeds will be used

    for the churchs mission trip

    to Joplin, Mo.

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