Keeping it green

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  • Girl Scout troop 96514 went to Sandy Hook on April 6 to work on earning their 'It's Our World' Journey badge. They spent nearly 1 1/2 hours cleaning up about a 1/4 mile stretch of beach at Sandy Hook National Park. They collected two bags of recyclable plastic and glass, two bags of trash, and large trash items. submitted photo

  • Maple Road's YouthAct Club had 5th graders stay after on April 5 to help celebrate the upcoming Earth Day. They drew save-the-planet themed artwork on reuseable canvas bags that were then donated to the food pantryin townto be used when food is given out instead of plastic bags. submitted photo

WEST MILFORD - Students and Girl Scouts from the community recently took part in projects for Earth Day.

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Carnival time
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