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November 2018 Issue of the Clinton Township Newsletter

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5 N o v e m b e r 2 0 1 8 f u l l m o o n h i k e a T r o u n d v a l l e y r e C r e a T i o n a r e a ! Friday, November 23 5:00 to 6:30 pm There's a moon out tonight! Experience the Beaver Full Moon under lunar light during our short hike, with ample time for pictures and listening for a possible owl. You can bring flashlights but please use them only in the event of emergency. $3 fee for ages 12 and above; $1 for children 6 to 11. FREE for children 5 and under! Pre-registration required. Please call the office to register: 908.236.6355. We'll meet in the South Parking Lot (first right after the toll booth). More info at: I'm asking for your vote because we deserve better. Restore Your Trust: Livestream board meetings for your convenience; more transparency on the budget; more details on discretionary expenditures Greater Partnership: Seek more opportunities for community involvement in board; long term teacher contract for stability; collaborate with local employers for internships and semester learning experiences Improve Our Schools: Fix the bus issues; more real world teaching; tackle the root of any mold issues; innovate with what works, change what doesn't Vote for me because: I will be a Board member who actively listens, seeks your ideas, and always puts the needs of all the students ahead of any special interests or misguided political agendas. I have a child in the district, for me this is personal to ensure the best resources, the best opportunities, and the best support in our schools. VOTE for Vincenti on November 6th, 2018. Whether you're a parent of a current or former student, or a concerned taxpayer in Clinton Twp, I want to hear from you. at's right, your OPINION MATTERS. Email me at: and let's talk about how we can make tomorrow's Clinton Township better today. s i e r r a C l u b i n n o v e m b e r Please join us on November 7, (Wednesday) at the North County Branch Library in Clinton at 7:00 pm. The program is free and open to the public. Dr. Amy Rowe will speak about the Rutgers Environmental Stewardship Program at the November meeting of the South Highlands Group of the Sierra Club. Since 2005 the Rutgers Environmental Steward program has trained volunteers in important environmental issues affecting New Jersey so they can help solve environmental problems in their communities. Through field trips and hands-on training, Stewards are exposed to the methods used to monitor environmental health in New Jersey. "The unthankful heart discovers no mercies; but the thankful heart will find, in every hour, some heavenly blessings." ~ Henry Ward Beecher

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