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ontinuing a long tradition, The 200 Club of Morris County awarded scholarships to 25 deserving children of Morris County police, fire and emergency medical services providers at a special dinner on May 20. In addition, six of those students won prestigious extra awards to help with books and to honor overall achievement. The 200 Club of Morris County supports Morris Countys first- responders and has been helping their children afford college since 1982. Our police officers, firefighters and EMS responders put their lives on the line every day, said Jack C. Van Orden Jr., president.

The 200 Club of Morris County Awards Scholarships to Heros Children

These are not jobs that are going to make anybody rich. In fact, many firefighters and EMTs are volunteers. Helping them meet the financial challenge of educating their children is one way of saying thank you. Van Orden pointed out p.m. on Sunday. The Second New Jersey Brigade is stationed at Historic Speedwell in Morristown for a unique two-day event that presents the lives of Civil War soldiers more vividly than textbooks. continued on page 6

that some scholarship winners are themselves first responders. Scholarship criteria include academic performance, community service, extracurricular activities and family financial need. Winners are:

Alyssa Mae Abrusci, Roxbury HS Juliana Fulton Balluffi-Fry, Mountain Lakes HS Emily Aurora Boyle, Pompton Lakes HS Zachery Connor Chaves, Morris Knolls HS continued on page 4

tep onto the battlefields of the American Civil War, and into the lives of the soldiers camp life at Civil War Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, June 22 and 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, and10 a.m. to 4

Civil War Army Invades Morristown

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atience, persistence and tenacity are how they describe him. It has been said he is organized to the point of being called anal-retentive. These are just some of the words used to describe the newest Senior Vice President. After 25 years and various responsibilities, which included Treasure, Strategic Planning, Internal Audit, Master of Allocations and Shared Services, the long overdue promotion finally came. He is known to many for his meetings about meetings that always start on time. He also holds the record for most meetings in a day attended by the same people. Although most of his career was spent adding to the always-growing overhead of corporate America, Sperling possesses many talents and skills. He consistently kept a sinking ship afloat and moved it forward thru many a storm. His loyalty and open mindedness brings him respect from both current and former employees. His Creativity is something people have always wondered about. Was he a follow the leader kind of guy, or a guy that draws outside the lines? Many dont know but 35 plus years ago in his earlier career as a cream-mixoligist , he was the first to introduce to Morris County the extraordinary Smurf ice cream flavor! It is this type of creativity that after many years finally was appreciated and rewarded. We salute you, Mr. Sperling, for your current and future endeavors. Whether it be in a strict corporate environment or with your hand deep in a vat of ice cream sticky to your elbow, you are truly one of the great ones!

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ark your calendars now and be sure to secure your tickets for Morris Arts 30th Giralda Music and Arts Festival on Sunday, June 23, 2013, held at Giralda Farms Corporate Park, Dodge Drive/Madison Ave. (Rt. 124) in Madison. Great music performed by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, an Art Show and Sale, a picnic contest with fabulous prizes, kids activities, an antique ice cream truck and the relaxed atmosphere of the beautiful lawns of Giralda Farms (the former Dodge estate) make this an ideal way herald the start of summer. Even weather wont matter since the spacious rainsite at the Mennen Sports Arena, 161 East Hanover Ave., Morristown can accommodate the entire event from the concert to childrens activities, the Art Show & Sale and even picnics. In keeping with Giralda tradition, there will be very generous prizes for the most inventive picnics and the fabulous 50/50 raffle, which nets some lucky person a big cash prize (often over $1,000)! Invite that special someone, friends, family, neighbors, club members or college chums to share a picnic and help support the important work of Morris Arts, an award-winning nonprofit which, for 40 years, has been engaging and building community through the arts. Time: Gates open at 4pm for activities and picnics (no pets, no BBQs). The concert starts at 6pm. Location: Giralda Farms Corporate Park, Dodge Drive and Madison Ave. (Rt. 124), Madison, NJ 07940 Rainsite: The Mennen Sports Arena, 161 E. Hanover Ave., Morristown. (Doors open at 4pm for activities and picnics [no pets, no BBQs]. The concert starts at 6pm). Tickets: (take advantage of lower pricing for advance

Morris Arts 30th Annual Giralda Music and Arts Festival on June 23rd

tickets!) In advance: Adults, $15 adults (12 and over); Children, $4; under 4, free. At the gate: Adults, $20 adults (12 and over), Children, $5; under 4, free. Advance Tickets can be purchased online at Morris Arts at www.morrisarts.org or, by phone, at (973) 285-5115, x14 or, at: Kings Supermarkets (Morristown and Chatham) , Garys Wine and Marketplace (Madison) If you require special accommodation, please contact Kadie Dempsey (973) 285-515, x17. Contact: For general information, call (973) 285-5115, ext.18 or contact Michelle Mumoli at (973) 285-5115, ext. 14 or via email at MMumoli@morrisarts.org. In the event of uncertain weather, please check the website www.morrisarts.org or call (973) 285-5115, ext. 14 AFTER 12 pm on the day of the concert for the latest updates. Morris Arts wishes to thank our sponsors: AthenianRazak/Berkadia ; Garys Wine & Marketplace; GRC Management Corp.; investors Bank; JWeber Creative, LLC; Kings Super Markets; Maersk Inc.; Open Spaces Management Association; Pfizer; PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP; RXR Realty; Yelp. Media Sponsor: All proceeds benefit the many programs and services provided to artists, arts organizations, schools and the community by Morris Arts. Become a part of the Giralda tradition and bring your friends, families, classmates, neighbors or come by yourself to welcome summer with Morris Arts in this fun and most affordable way!

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Page 4, June 2013, Tell Them You Saw It In The Morristown News continued from front page Lyndsay Marie Clark, Parsippany HS Margaret Anne Crann, North Warren Regional HS Christopher Pearson Eggermann, Chatham HS Danielle Maria Fowler, Ramsey HS Robert Matthew Gaugler, North Warren Regional HS Amanda Guth, Warren Hills HS Erin Elizabeth Hackett, DePaul Catholic HS Daniella Antoinette Howell, Jefferson Township HS Jonathan David Kelly, Whippany Park HS Timothy Michael Kelly, Whippany Park HS Sarah Julia Lamb, Chatham High School Ethan Lare, West Morris Central HS Heather Jeanne Marra, Jefferson Township HS Carissa Elizabeth McQuade, Phillipsburg HS Brian James O'Neill, Morris Knolls HS Sarah Qiugui O'Neill, Morris Hills HS Jordan Martin Phelan, Chatham HS Nayna Rani Shah, Morristown HS Natasha Kaur Sidhu, West Morris Mendham HS Tyler Edward Wendt, Morris Catholic HS Timothy Christian Worts, Morristown-

Scholarships...

Beard HS In addition, Zachery Connor Chaves, Amanda Guth, Jonathan David Kelly, Timothy Michael Kelly, and Timothy Christian Worts were awarded $500 grants for textbooks from GlaxoSmithKline. Tyler Edward Wendt won the $1,000 Eisenberg Achievement Award, which recognizes exemplary community service. The scholarships were awarded at the Annual Scholarship Dinner Monday night at the Zeris Inn, 372 Route 46 in Mountain Lakes. Since its inception in 1971, the 200 Club of Morris County has distributed more than $2.5 million to families who have lost a spouse who was a police officer or state trooper, a firefighter, or an emergency medical services provider in the line of duty. The organization also distributes thousands of dollars each year to worthy high school seniors who either serve in a branch of public safety or whose parent is actively serving in or retired from a public safety capacity in Morris County. The organization also recognizes the heroic actions of those who keep the public safe and secure. Information about membership in the 200 Club and its various programs is available at www.200clubofmorriscounty.com or by calling (732) 279-4258.

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Page 6, June 2013, Tell Them You Saw It In The Morristown News ace through history on a cross-country style trail, blazing through the heart of Fosterfields Living Historical Farm in Morris Township at Frantic Fun Run 5K on Tuesday, June 25. The event is open to varying skill levels. Runners receive custom moisture wicking t-shirts, and awards. Join the post-race party where registrants and spectators enjoy raffle prizes, DJ entertainment, and food.

5K Race through History

Preregister at www.raceforum.com/frantic by June 20 for $20, or wait till the day of the event, June 25, for a $25 dollar registration fee. Schedule: 5:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. Registration 7 p.m., 5K Start 7:45 p.m. Awards and post-race party (approximate time) For more information contact Kristin Biase, Manager of Recreation 973-326-7616, KBiase@morrisparks.net

continued from front page Speak to the soldiers about their wartime experiences. Witness a staged skirmish and feel the ground shutter with the firing of the massive period cannon. Throughout the day, there are artillery and bayonet drills, and musket firings. Experience the soldiers daily life through authentic cooking, and general setup. A Civil War-era Signal Corps authentically demonstrates how important messages were sent between units using colorful flags to signal. Activities include soldiers preparing for battle, and the basics of battlefield medicine for soldiers who suffered from battleinflected injuries or disease. Visit the medical area where re-enactors care for the wounded and demonstrate how these emergency units functioned during battles. Around every corner there is something to discover.

Civil War Army...

While enjoying your visit, tour Historic Speedwell, known as the Birthplace of the Telegraph, including the National Historic Landmark Factory Building featuring an interactive, hands-on telegraph exhibit. Tour the Vail Home, built more than 150 years ago. Explore the exhibits on the Speedwell Ironworks, a granary filled with early farm implements, and watch the enormous 24-foot overshot waterwheel turn in the Wheelhouse. For more information, please call 973285-6550. FREE parking and FREE shuttle service available. Admission for this event is $7 for adults; $6 for seniors; $5 for children ages 4 16; and children under 4 are FREE. The Morris County Park Commission received an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.

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orris County based Starfish Aquatic Club, Inc. announced today that they will be partnering with the community based and member run Idlewild Community Pool located on Sylvan Drive in Morris Plains, NJ effective June 2013. For the first time in 16 years of operation, Starfish Aquatic Club, Inc. is proud to offer its clients this wonderful outdoor, seasonal location. Starfish already offers lesson at Golds Gym in Whippany, NJ; Drew University in Madison, NJ and the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum JCC in Bridgewater, NJ, Starfish Aquatic Club, Inc. This additional location will now be able to reach the areas in Western Morris County. Idlewild Community Pool, nestled in a residential neighborhood on Sylvan Drive in Morris Plains, is a quiet pool with a park like atmosphere. Completely member run and operated, Idlewild Community Pools goal is to enhance their member offerings and attract new families to this hidden gem. Idlewild pool is ideal for the avid swimmer

Starfish Aquatic Club, Inc. is Expanding!

and the swimmer-to be. There is a sandy beach and a gradual entry. Members can take advantage of all the shade with a good book and wonderful friends. In addition to swimming lessons, Idlewild Community Pool plans to expand its offering to neighborhood events and lifeguard training for the surrounding community. Swimming lessons are open to both Idlewild Pool members and non-members alike. Starfish Aquatic Club, Inc. will be offering private and small group (no more than 4 students in a group) swimming lessons at the Idlewild Community Pool daily throughout the summer months. Lessons will be offered for any age 6 months through adult, and can be flexibly scheduled each day. Instructors trained and certified through the Swim Lesson University, and Lifeguard/CPR/First Aid certified will be available to teach swimming safety skills at the Idlewild Community Pool. For more information, www.starfishswimlessons.com and www.idlewildpool.com

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Seven Morris County organizations have been selected to receive grants from funds awarded to the Morris County Heritage Commission through this years New Jersey Historical Commission's General Operating Support Grant Program. This is the 12th year of the re-grant program, which is a vital part of the Heritage Commissions mission to serve the public, said Peg Shultz, the commissions archivist and acting director. Over the years, grant awards have funded a variety of projects including publications; the conservation of documents; history programs and equipment; projects to provide greater access to historic sites and collections and expand the visitor base; proposals targeting compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act; and efforts to recruit local history students to volunteer on supervised projects, Shultz said. Without the financial support from the re-grant program, Morris County history organizations would not have been able to afford these projects, said Shultz. R e grant funding for 2013 has been awarded to

Heritage Commission Awards History Grants

the following organizations: Dover Area Historical Society, $3,906 to cover utility and insurance costs. Friends of Geraldine, $2,000 to develop and present a local history education program. Montville Township Historical Society, $2,300 for an exhibit/planning consultant project Morris County Historical Society, $1,678 to purchase an exhibit hanging system. Morris County Tourism Bureau, $3,000 for Revolutionary Times Weekend materials. Mount Olive Township Historical Society, $3,160 for collections management materials. The Morris Museum was awarded $4,000 to curate an online exhibit. The Morris County Heritage Commission strives to assist its constituents and enrich the lives of the public by preserving the historical record and advancing interest in, and awareness of Morris Countys and New Jersey's past.

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wo staff members of the Morris County Department of Planning and Development have received a 2013 New Jersey Historic Preservation Award for Innovation for the development of a

Morris Cultural Resources Inventory Web App Cited By State For Innovation
Cultural Resources Inventory Application, a web app that allows for instant access to and the exploration of the countys cultural resources. Specifically recognized for their pioneering or inventive efforts in historic preservation education or interpretive programs were Jan Williams, Cultural and Historic Resources Specialist for Morris County, and Stuart Walter of the departments Geographic Information Systems division. The honor comes as the state and county celebrate May as National Historic Preservation Month. The application, http://www.morrisplanning.org/survey/surveys.asp, uses the latest in GIS technology to provide information about the countys cultural resources including historic sites and districts that are important culturally not only to Morris County but to the country as well, Williams said. The project incorporates traditional survey methods and the creation of an intuitive, dynamic and customizable web-based application to house the survey data and display of the exact location of a historic entity in space and time, Williams said. According to Williams, the CRI app allows for continuous status changes instant updates of historic sites that have been demolished or relocated, creating a chain of evidence providing exact facts as to where it was relocated, when it was demolished and when it was locally designated. Weve turned survey data into a living

Five-Course tasting menu of locally-sourced foods will be held on Friday, June 7th, at 7:00 p.m. at The Artist Baker in Morristown, NJ. This event is sponsored by the Northern New Jersey Chapter of Slow Food and will feature New Jersey Wines paired with ingredients sourced from Northern New Jersey farms and local food artisans. The funds raised at this event will be benefit the Slow Food Northern New Jersey School Garden Program. The wines to be poured with each course will be from Beneduce Vineyards, Unionville Vineyards, and Hopewell Valley Vineyards. Gary Tonucci, our chapters wine enthusiast will provide information and insights about viniculture in our state and these wines. Andrea Lekberg, chef/owner of the boutique bakery, The Artist Baker, has planned a menu inspired by these wines. The ingredients will be sourced from Mosefund Farms in

Slow Food Northern NJ is Hosting A Five-Course Wine Dinner

Branchville, Salumeria Biellese in Hackensack, The Farm at Lafayette in Morristown, The Community Garden (Maureens plot) in Morristown, and Valley Shepherd Creamery in Long Valley. The Artist Baker is located at 16 Cattano Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960. The allinclusive price for Slow Food Members whose membership is current is $80 and $85 for non-members. A vegan or vegetarian option is available upon request. Tickets can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/368818 Slow Food Northern NJ is dedicated to spreading awareness and nurturing appreciation of slowing down to enjoy healthful, locally grown food by connecting New Jersey residents with earth-friendly farmers, chefs, and food makers. The goal of Slow Food Northern NJ is to develop school gardens in every town in northern NJ. For more information, visit www.slowfoodnnj.org.

research, planning and public information tool, Williams said. Available searches include both the State and National Register of Historic Places, architectural styles and architects. Viewers have the ability to customize their area of historical interest and see the results of their requested searches displayed on an electronic map that offers zooming capabilities, a combination of Imagery or Hybrid map views and the ability to add or subtract mapped layers such as street lines or railroads, Williams said. Williams suggests viewers visit the Morris County Themes section of the application for historical resources pertaining to the American Revolution, authors, sports, railroads and other categories unique to Morris County. The Cultural Resource Inventory web application is designed for easy use for everyone from the professional historian to the lay person and everyone in between, Williams said. According to Williams, staff at municipal libraries and at the Morris County Library has been trained so they can assist their patrons who may have questions about using the web application. Additional information may be obtained by contacting Williams at 973-829-8120.

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istoric Downtown Chester's Village Square welcomes new retail store Pocono Modern, opening its doors to the public on June 1 and marking the Flagship Store for the innovative Jim Thorpe, PA design and home development firm (www.poconomodern.com). Pocono Modern is owned and operated by the creative team of Kraig & Sara Kalashian of Chester, NJ. Since 2007, the couple has been building a successful design and development firm of the same name and combined their passion for a mid-century modern aesthetic with a savvy design ethos to create a unique brick and mortar shopping destination. The launch of Pocono Modern will showcase pieces from the brand's distinctive furniture collection, which features the multifunctional Johnny Bench; crafted from reclaimed

Pocono Modern Announces Grand Opening

materials, and ready to enhance any space. The shop will also offer a curated selection of gifts and home accessories including their exclusive Vintage Pyrex Poster, retro-inspired photographs, hand-printed greeting cards, vintage finds and small-batch gourmet edibles. Pocono Modern Shop Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M., Saturday 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M., Sunday 11:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M., Closed on Monday About Pocono Modern

Pocono Modern is a design and development firm that focuses on the creation of modern, design-forward, eco-conscious homes, furnishings, and accessories. Reflective of a passion for the mid-century modern aesthetic, the Pocono Modern signature style is reminiscent of an era when life was simpler. We are inspired by the knowledge that smart design and thoughtful material selection creates a better living experience.

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he Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey (VNA), a leading nonprofit provider of home care, hospice and elder care services, has a variety of volunteer roles available. In fact, if you can spare as little as two hours each week, the VNA will pair you with a fulfilling assignment that accommodates your interests and talents, as well as your schedule and geographic preference. Hospice visitors age 18 and older are needed throughout Morris County. Hospice volunteers provide companionship for patients in the final phase of life, support family members in the months surrounding the passing of their loved ones and participate in the Annual Memorial Service, Holiday Cookie Bake and other events. No experience is necessary and a 16-hour course prepares volunteers to confidently perform hospice work. The next session will be held Friday, June 21 from 5 - 8 p.m., Saturday, June 22, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Monday, June 24 from 5 - 8 p.m. at VNA headquarters, 175 South Street, Morristown. Advance reg-

Share Your Skills as a VNA Volunteer


istration is required. House Call Groceries for Seniors is an ideal volunteer activity for adults, teens seeking to perform community service and families seeking parent/child activities. Volunteers are asked to shop for a homebound senior in their community about once a week. At the VNAs downtown Morristown headquarters, office volunteers are afforded an opportunity to learn about home health care while also supporting the nonprofit organizations work. Adults and students are welcome. Friendship House, the VNAs adult day care center located in Boonton, also welcomes volunteers to assist with activities, meals and snacks. The center is open from 8:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. weekdays and help with crafts and routine activities is needed. For further information about any of these opportunities, please call Brian Pastor, Volunteer Coordinator at (973) 451-4128 or via e-mail at bpastor@vnannj.org. The Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey (VNA) is a nonprofit organization with a distinguished history that spans 115 years. VNA provides skilled nursing services, physical, occupational and speech therapy, certified home health aides, hospice care, dietitian and social worker services, private care solutions, caregiver support programs and Friendship House, a social adult day care program. Care is provided to those with financial hardship through the fundraising efforts of the VNANNJ Foundation and participation in various grant-funded programs. VNA is licensed by the NJ State Department of Health and Senior Services. Visit vnannj.org online or call 1 (800) WE VISIT (938-4748) for further information.

he Allamuchy Fire Department is hosting their 5th Annual Golf Outing on Friday, August 2nd at the Panther Valley Golf and Country Club. Lunch and registration begins at 11:30am with a Shotgun start at 1pm. 3 Hole in One Opportunities - 2 Cars and a Harley - giveaway, a silent auction, and everything country club style. Cost per golfer is $175. Sponsorships are still available. Please email visit www.AllamuchyFire.com for details or email us at Allamuchy Fire@gmail.com.

5th Annual Golf Outing Hosted by Allamuchy Fire

ommunity Presbyterian Church is looking for donations for the upcoming Aug. 3, 2013 Peach Festival. Donations can be dropped off at 220 Main St. Chester June 22nd through July 20th , 7 days a week, 8:30 am to 8:30 pm. Items needed are household, kitchen, yard and garden goods, antiques, china, crystal, lamps, pictures,wood furniture, toys and

2013 Peach Festival

games, books, CD's, DVD's, records, electronics, and sporting goods. Donations are tax deductible and must be in good condition. We cannot accept clothing, shoes, upholstered furniture, large exercise equipment and appliances, children's car seats, strollers, or cribs. Pick up is available on large items only through mid July. Call 908-879-5091 for further information.

Quality Furniture Restoration

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amily owned and operated for three generations, conveniently located at 62 Blackwell St. in Dover, ATLANTIC RESTORATION offers quality FURNITURE REFINISHING AND REPAIR. When you entrust us to restore the look of your furniture, piano, antiques or kitchen cabinets, you engage quality craftsmanship that both beautifies and protects your furnishings for years to come, for a fraction of the cost of buying new! Our complete furniture service also includes chair tightening, caning, rushing and custom hand stripping. In addition, we offer a

complete "on-site" service in your home or office for repairing scratches, dents and gouges on woodwork. We welcome you to visit our complete shop facility to inspect our quality craftsmanship. Shop hours:Monday through Friday 9am 4:30pm: Saturday 10am-2pm, eves. by appointment. Please call for a free estimate at: 973-361-2416 or 1-800-729-1433. Pickup and delivery available on all in-shop services. We service all of Northern NJ. Visit us at our website: www.atlanticrestoration.net

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Watercolor Demo for Discover Summit Arts Festival


The elegance of the Twin Maple Estate located at 214 Springfield Avenue in Summit, NJ gently compliments the essence of Joni Roses artwork, which has been displayed in galleries across the country, including New York City and San Francisco. Private and public collectors around the world own and prize Jonis art for its healing qualities. Joni Rose also teaches art to children and teenagers in her home studio in Chatham. Her Creatively Yours Art Studio offers a unique and inspiring setting for children to

explore their artistic selves. Classes are from 2pm to 5pm and run from July 1-3 and July 8-11. You can reserve your childrens summer art classes now. Please call or visit the website for more information about the Summer Camp programs (973) 701-1914. www.jonirosefineart.com Information is available for the Discover Summit Arts Festival, a weeklong arts program taking place throughout downtown Summit from June 23 to June 29th facebook.com/DiscoverSummitArts/events.

rtist Joni Rose will be painting the beautiful gardens of the Twin Maples Estate in Summit on June 24th from 11-2pm to launch the Discover Summit Arts Festival. Joni will be using watercolors as her medium and the landscape and flowers of Twin Maples as her inspiration! Get a behind the scenes look at the technique and creativity of a fine artist. Observe how her colors fill the page to create the shapes and subtleties of the natural

setting. You will have a chance to talk with Joni while she paints to understand her process as an artist. For Joni Rose painting has always been an expression of her heart and her intention is to paint the beauty of the world we live in. Her artwork communicates an experience of timelessness through color and is said to have a transforming effect on people. There is an extraordinary energy in color a deep interconnection with life itself.

he Mayo Performing Arts Center and Morris Arts present their fourth annual Music Beyond Borders free summer outdoor lunchtime concert series on the Morristown Green, featuring music and dance from West Africa, Japan, Argentina and the Australian outback. The series begins June 25 and runs every other Tuesday through August 6. Programs start at 12:30 pm. Each Music Beyond Borders program will feature a performance of world music and/or dance reflecting the diverse culture and population of the area. Brown bag a meal, stop by while walking your dog, take a lunch break from work or bring friends to expe-

Mayo Performing Arts Center and Morris Arts Presents 4th Annual Music Beyond Borders
rience a world music and dance celebration while getting to know your neighbors. The world is literally at your doorstep! (Our special thanks to Morristown United Methodist Church for graciously providing the rainsite for the series). We hope that people will enjoy our wonderful free lunchtime outdoor concerts that celebrate the rich cultural diversity of the area, said Allison Larena, President and CEO of the Mayo Performing Arts Center. Tom Werder, Executive Director of Morris Arts, adds, Its exciting to collaborate with the Mayo Center on this special series and

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to bring performing arts from around the world to the center of Morristown. Music Beyond Borders 2013 schedule: June 25: West African Dance, Drumming and Tap dancing by Fraba West African drumming and dance meet tap dancing. This unique, award-winning multicultural and multiethnic performance group fuses the traditional sounds and movements of West Africa with the American artistic forms of tap dance and jazz in unique and exciting ways. With performances at Lincoln Center, Town Hall and throughout the world, Feraba explores the universal language of rhythm and its ability to promote tolerance and cultural understanding. www.feraba.com/ July 9: Japanese taiko drumming, folk dance and flute music by Taikoza Roughly translated, Taiko means big drumsand thats exactly what Taikoza brings: big drums, powerful rhythms and electrifying, room-thumping energy that draws from Japans rich music tradition. This internationally acclaimed, NYC-based ensemble has performed at Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Symphony Space and Lincoln Center as well as to sold-out houses in Russia, Japan and Europe. The powerful rhythms of their large taiko drums mesmerize audiences with their pulse-pounding sounds. www.taikoza.com/ July 23: Argentine Tango Dancers With a style thats high speed, musically precise, and exploding with energy, incredibly fast foot work and jawdropping lifts, skilled Argentine dancers, led by Daniel Herrera, showcase the dynamic, sensual and unique styles of tango. The Argentine tango, developed in the late 19thc. working class neighborhoods of Argentinas Buenos Aires and continuously evolving today, is a dance of passion and intensity which has inspired works by composers such as Astor Piazzolla and been featured prominently in films such as Scent of a Woman and True Lies. Bring your dancing shoes! August 6: Music of the Australian Aborigine didgeridoo with The Didge Project Get set for some good vibrations Australian style. The Didge Project is where world rhythms and tribal beats meet modern jazz and hip-hop, blending the sound of the didgeridoo, an aboriginal wind instrument used for ritual and ceremony, with modern instruments to blaze new sonic territory. More than a band, The Didge Project is a collective of musicians who believe in the power of sound and who promote awareness of the didgeridoo through performances and workshops. www.didgeproject.com/ Music Beyond Borders is sponsored by Novartis. The Mayo Performing Arts Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit performing arts organization, presents a wide range of programs that entertain, enrich and educate the diverse population of the region and enhance the economic vitality of Northern New Jersey. The 2013-14 season is made possible in part by a grant from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State. The Mayo Performing Arts Center has been designated a Major Presenting Organization by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Now in its 40th year, Morris Arts, located in Morristown, NJ, is a 501(c)(3)nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging and building community through the arts. Using the arts to inspire, connect and engage, Morris Arts serves as a resource for Morris County with a special focus on arts programming in the schools and in the community, arts advocacy, and support of the Morris Area community of artists and arts organizations.http://www.morrisarts.org.

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Morris County School of Technology Helps Idlewild Pool in Morris Plains

The Morris Township PBA Local 133 sponsored two youth baseball teams this spring, one in the minors and one in the majors. This picture is of our Minors team Morris Township PBA with PBA member Carmen Piccola. It is our goal as a union to give back to our community. Our job as police officers is not just to respond to emergency calls for service. The Morris Township PBA Local 133 is comprised of members who believe in constantly giving back to the community that we protect day in and day out. the slide. Mr. Rosso and his students also applied plenty of non-skid to the top of the diving board to make it as safe as possible this summer. Now Idlewild Pool has not only a one of a kind slide, but also an incomparable diving board. This is all thanks to the time and talent of Mr. Rosso and his up and coming stars! The members of the Idlewild Pool community are very excited to have worked with the kids at MCTS. Our pool is run by our devoted members and we appreciated the help the school was able to provide us. We are grateful to have the opportunity to reach out to such a valuable resource in our community. Now we can say MCST is the reason we have both the unique slide and diving board to complement our unique pool! says Noreen Curran, Idlewild Pool Board President. Idlewild Pool is public pool located in Morris Plains. Idlewild has a sandy beach and a gradual entry. This is the pools 60th anniversary year. Members are thrilled to have the slide and diving board in beautiful condition ready for making many more great summer memories in the years to come. For more information about Idlewild Pool, go to www.idlewildpool.com. Memberships still available for 2013 season.

t is thanks to the great talent and skill of Mr. Lou Rosso and his students that Idlewild Pool in Morris Plains can boast about the coolest pool slide and diving board! Mr. Rosso teaches auto body at Morris County School of Technology (MCST) on Rt. 53 in Denville. He and his students took Idlewilds weathered slide and diving board into their care for some much needed TLC. They got more than they bargained for. The fiberglass slide needed a full makeover. When the paint for the project arrived, it wasnt quite what Mr. Rosso and his students were expecting. It was supposed to be a light pool blue, and instead what we got was more of teal jewel tone. In the end the slide looks great. But there was definitely a moment of surprise, Mr. Rosso says with a chuckle. The next project for the repair team at MCST was refurbishing Idlewilds diving board. That was definitely an experiment. There were years of repair and materials on the diving board that required heavy duty equipment to remove. Once they were able to get the board down to its original base, it was smooth sailing. And as the saying goes, a penny saved is a penny earned. So Mr. Rosso and his dedicated students from both the morning and afternoon classes set out to refinish the diving board with the left over paint used on

Tell Them You Saw It In The Morristown News, June 2013, Page 21 - Teaching exercises in expressive movement, language exploration, and improvisational drama, - Facilitating interaction with young students to put the students at ease in a performance environment, and - Enhanced understanding of what is required in all aspects of the theatrical process The Centenary Tyro Acting Program will run two weeks beginning July 8-19, from9:30am-3:30pm. Monday-Friday, Interested candidates should contact Program Director, Maria Brodeur, at the Centenary Stage Company at (908) 9790900.

new apprentice program will be offered by the Centenary Stage Company for high school students interested in pursuing educational opportunities in theatre arts. The apprenticeship will include acting as an assistant to the Program Director taking on responsibility for all facets of direction in the Tyro (beginner) I/II Theatre Program designed for young thespians ages 6-11. Upon completion of the apprentice program, the candidate will receive certification in the following skill areas: - Teaching appreciation for the study of various types of literature upon which the performances are based,

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Page 22, June 2013, Tell Them You Saw It In The Morristown News This July, Macculloch Hall Historical Museum presents its Summer Series of live music in the historic gardens. Programs take place at 4pm each Sunday in July. The gardens were restored in the 1950s by the Garden Club of Morristown and visitors will have the opportunity to explore through a variety of summer blooms in the gardens and relax on the large lawn during the program. Guests may bring picnics, and are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs and settle back for a late afternoon of great music in a lovely setting. On Sunday, July 7th Macculloch Hall Historical Museum welcomes musician and songwriter Collin J. Rocker. With gritty tradition, Collin turns timeless themes of heartbreak, the road, and the past into songs suiting todays common man. He has the makings of a great American songwriter. With his superb guitar playing, he is the

whole package, wrote Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Jorma Kaukonen (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna). His music is born from the hills of beautiful lingering farms, and once thriving small towns, juxtaposed with strip malls, asphalt, and suburban sprawl. In February 2010, Collin entered the studio to record his debut album "Milkbox Love, Jukebox Blood, & Other American Favorites". Since releasing the record, Collin has performed alongside national acts such as Jorma Kaukonen (Hot Tuna), Rory Block, and The New Riders of The Purple Sage on a number of legendary stages. During the summer of 2011, Collin opened shows for Grande Ole' Opry Member Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives in Sellersville, PA as well as performing with Acoustic Hot Tuna at Skipper's Smokehouse in Tampa, FL. In 2012 he opened for John Hiatt in

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o you remember the Great Depression? Did you witness the fall of the Berlin Wall? Did you watch Armstrong walk on the Moon? Your neighbor may have. A volunteer driven community program has been active in Northwest New Jersey for the past two years. Called the Life Book Writing Project, it matches volunteers with community members who wish to record their life experiences. The program is free of charge and aims to capture ones history by having volunteers conduct oral interviews with seniors and transcribing them into a bound Life Book. Our older seniors have lived through some of the most dramatic events in world history. To lose that firsthand account of history would be wasting a valuable resource that we would never get back says Nancy Hess, Director of Skylands RSVP, a Rockaway based volunteer resource center. RSVP is part of a national program sponsored locally by NORWESCAP, a community action program active in Northwest New Jersey The interviewers, using digital voice recorders loaned to them by the organization, are trained in interviewing skills and in working with older adults. The next training for volunteer interviewers/writers is scheduled in Morris County. The training provides the volunteers with questions to ask as well as tips for active listening. Each completed book is presented as a gift to the senior.

Senior Memoirs Tell Wonderful Stories

Some give these memoirs to family members, others plan to donate them to the local library or historical society, and some just want to hold onto them as a reminder of their life. One recipient was so pleased with the result that he considered self publishing his Life Book. Amazing historical stories are locked into the memories of many of our seniors. Its especially wonderful when these are unlocked for family and friends. Not too long ago a grateful recipient wrote a letter to the volunteer after the completion of the Life Book. The note read in part: I want you to know how much I appreciated your help and guidance with my biography. You made a mostly uneventful life book more interesting than it was. It will not make it to the NY Times Best Seller List, but it will make it into the hearts of an appreciative family, friends and me. Training for new volunteers who want to put their interviewing, writing and editing skills to use in the community will take place at Skylands RSVP's office in Rockaway. For more information about the program, or to sign up for the training class, please call Stan Gabay at 973-784-4900 ext. 202, or email: gabays@norwescap.org NORWESCAP is a non-profit community action agency established in 1965 that creates opportunities for over 30,000 lowincome people in northwest New Jersey by providing a large portfolio of self-sufficiency and emergency services. The mission of NORWESCAP is, "Fighting Poverty. Creating Opportunities. Changing Lives. "

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Pennsylvania. Hub Hollow returns to the Macculloch Hall garden on July 14th after two tremendously popular summer performances at the Museum. Drawing on bluegrass, rock, & old time music, Hub Hollow has been described as a new kind of old-time music. Their beautifully blended vocals and intricate melodies reflect a lifetime of creating music together. United in their desire to create hard-hitting, interesting acoustic music, the members of Hub Hollow have been playing together, in different configurations for almost 20 years. Blending rock & bluegrass, old time & blues, members have enjoyed success on both coasts at many notable venues, including both Telluride and Grey Fox music festivals. At 4pm on July 21, the Museum is delighted once again to present Japanese Drums and Ikebana Art. The gardens magnificent wisteria inspires this program bringing together the Japanese style drumming known as Taiko, performed by Kenny Chin and the beautiful Japanese art form of Ichiyo Ikebana, with Anna Nakada, for an engaging performance of music and living art in spectacular surroundings. We close the month on July 28 with a fun, family-friendly summers afternoon performance by singer-songwriter & guitarist Gary Reed. Mr. Reed has reemerged as an accomplished and contemporary voice with lyrics that resonate from that earlier time. An outstanding guitar player and performer, he is a premier fingerstyle guitar player and guitar champion who writes and plays unique solo guitar arrangements ranging from Joplin to the Beatles, New Age to Yazoo and Finger Popping original tunes. The Summer Series programs will begin each Sunday in July at 4pm. Tickets can be purchased from 1pm on the day of the pro-

gram, no advance sales. After 4pm tickets for the performance will still be available to purchase. Program tickets are $12; $10 for members, seniors, students, and those who purchased a Museum tour ticket that day. Free for children under 12. We are pleased to offer accessible restroom facilities during garden events this summer. Please, no dogs during programs in the garden. In the case of inclement weather the performance will be moved indoors. The announcement will be made on the Museums main phone message on performance day. Tours of the museums period rooms and galleries take place throughout the afternoon (separate admission). Last tour of the period rooms leaves at 3pm. The Museum will remain open until 4pm when the performance begins. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum preserves the history of the Macculloch-Miller families, the Morris area community, and the legacy of its founder W. Parsons Todd through its historic site, collections, exhibits, and educational and cultural programs. The Museum is open for house and exhibit tours on Wednesdays, Thursdays & Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. The last tour leaves at 3pm. Adults $8; Seniors & Students $6; Children 6 12 $4. Members and children under 5 are free. The gardens are open (free of charge) during Museum hours. Please check our website for any holiday closings. The museum is closed for the Labor Day holiday on Sunday September 1st and Monday September 2nd. Call (973) 538-2404 ext. 10, visit our website www.maccullochhall.org or find us on Facebook. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, 45 Macculloch Ave., Morristown, NJ 07960. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum is a nonprofit educational affiliate of the W. Parsons Todd Foundation.

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viewed the cars, the sounds of oldies, but goodies, could be heard thanks to DJ Doc South. Doc South also reminded people of the meaning of Memorial Day, remembering those who lost their lives in service to our country and how we can help those still serving. He took donations of calling cards and cash to purchase calling cards for service members stationed overseas, so that they could stay in touch with family. Many people gravitated to one area, but it wasnt a classic car that got their attention. Butch Patrick, TVs Eddie Munster, was on-site greeting people and signing autographs. Butch had a great time [and] would love to comeback.

Tell Them You Saw It In The Morristown News, June 2013, Page 23 [He]greeted many fans, shared Hackettstown Rotary Club President, Bob Eberle, chairman of the event. It was shared that some people drove hours to meet Patrick and he plans to have the Munster coach with him next year. Of course, cars were part of the madness of the event and winning Best in Show was a 1960 Cadillac Coup Deville owned by John Rylick of Caldwell. Volunteer Coordinator and Rotary member Kevin Guyette shared that this was one of the events best years and next year is our 20th year, and we have some surprises in store!

By Elsie Walker t was the perfect mix of great weather, nostalgia, cars, remembrance and atmosphere. Perched high atop a building, statues of red, green, peanut, and Ms Brown M&Ms had the perfect vantage point to see the spectators, food, vendors, 400 classic cars.and Eddie Munster! The event: the 19th annual Memorial Motor Madness. The event was held Memorial Weekend Sunday at MARS Chocolate and was sponsored by the Hackettstown Rotary. This year the event netted $24, 000 to support the Joan Knechel Cancer Center and Rotary projects serving the community. As 3,000 people walked around during the day and

Camine Taddai of Stanhope showed his 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce at the event.

Donald Chance of Netcong showed his 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

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Miss NJ Preview Raises Money for Local Causes


Balancing the Equation which promotes STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education in elementary and middle school students. Rizzuto explained that the job market in these areas is growing, but there are not enough people encouraged to go into these fields. Rizzuto shows children the fun of these fields through hands-on exercises. Also, her love of this area goes beyond the classroom. She shared that she is a volunteer at the Liberty Science Center and this summer, shell be interning at Picatinny Arsenal where she will be a STEM Motivational Coach for its DOTC/STEM Education Office. The other titleholders, Miss NJ Contestants, also told the audience a little about their platforms and entertained. Every contestant must have a platform, a cause which she embraces and supports.

by Elsie Walker t might not have been the Jersey Shore, but the talent and poise displayed by those on stage made the audience feel that they were having a preview of the Miss Jersey Pageant. The early June event was a luncheon and talent show held at the Stanhope United Methodist Church to raise money for the church and for the Miss Gateway Scholarship Fund. A total of $485.00 was raised. In addition to the Miss New Jersey contestants present, on hand was 16 year old Samantha Rizzuto from Long Valley, Miss Libertys Outstanding Teen. Rizzuto started the performances with an English version of In Uomini, in soldati (from the opera Cosi Fan Tutti). that brought the house down. However, she showed there was another side to her as she shared her platform of

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he Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Stanhope will be holding its annual Vacation Bible School on July 15th19th from 9:00am to 12pm at its location at 143 Brooklyn Stanhope Road in Stanhope. This Years study entitled Tell it on the Mountain will consist of several workstations including: crafts, visually aided songs, scriptural stories & lessons, games and themed snacks. Registration forms are now

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For some, their causes showed through during the talent portion of the program. During her dance to Adele's "Make You Feel My Love, Ellen Chus (Miss Monmouth) hands were quite expressive, especially in making the sign for love. Chus platform is overcoming obstacles. She is hearing impaired and wears a hearing aid on each ear; she shared how she even missed a cue, because she didnt hear it, when previously competing in the Miss NJ competition. However, that doesnt stop her. Chu has an IT degree and works for Johnson and Johnson; she noted that the company has been very supportive of her efforts in conjunction with her platform. Throughout her tap dance and brief platform description, Miss Gateway, Krysten Moore, shined. She shines outside of pageant life, too. As the founder of Students Helping Instill New Esteem (SHINE), she takes the message of the harm of bullying and the need to raise childrens self-esteem to schools and other venues. She has appeared on Rachel Ray and Extreme Makeover Home Edition in promoting her platform and organization. A self-proclaimed nerd, Moore has interned at NASA and has recently taken a position as a Systems Engineer at Rayethon For the talent portion of the program, she performed to Do Your Thing by Basement Jaxx. Dancing to her self-choreographed piece, I believe, was Miss Cape Shore, Cierra Kaler-Jones. It was clear KalerJones had a passion for what she was doing; it is a passion that translates into her platform: Empowering Todays Youth through Arts Education. I grew up dancing, she explained. Not only did she find that arts education help her to overcome hip dysplasia, but it also helped her to develop discipline in doing her schoolwork. Now, Kaler-Jones wants to help children get those benefits from the arts. In 2010, she founded The Arts Empowerment Project, which offers free weekend arts workshops and summer

Krysten Moore, Miss Gateway, shares her platform and tells about the SHINE (Students Helping Instill New Esteem) program.

camps to at-risk students. Her program deals with children ages 5 12 in and around her town of Galloway. In addition, Kaler-Jones is a Girl Scout Troop leader. Miss Tri-County, Nicole Washington, performed an energetic tap number that was in strong contrast to her very serious platform: adoption reform. A graduate of Seton Hall, Washington has spoken in front of the New Jersey State senate on the issue. She is working with NJ Care to try to get adoptees access to crucial information such as medical history. Adopted herself, Washington shared how her adoptive mother had to be reactive when it came to her health since there was no history to know what to expect. It was shared that fate must have made Washington Miss Tri-County as she and the director of that pageant, Sharon Rosequist, have something important in common: both were adopted. Besides the event showcasing some of the Miss Jersey contestants, it also helped two good causes in both funds raised and outreach. Fundraisers that offer something to the community serve the church in two ways. We get a source of income that enables us to continue to be in ministry and at the same time the community has an opportunity to see who we are beyond just Sunday worship. It shows our support of scholarship programs and our willingness to offer programs that the community might be interested in, but not seen by some as "churchie." Even in fundraising you can seek to serve the community, said Rev. Tom Kinter, pastor of the Stanhope United Methodist Church. A fundraiser such as this means exposure to the community and additional public awareness of the Miss New Jersey / Miss America Foundations, said Sharon Rosequist. Since the local pageants do not have corporate sponsors, event like the talent luncheon fund the scholarships given to title winners.

hat a cutie Donnie is! With his melting eyes, floppy ears, soft fur and delicate body, who could resist him! Donnie is a playful and happy puppy with a sweet personality. He is living in a foster home in NJ after being rescued from an over crowded shelter in NC. He is about 14-16 weeks old, weighs about 20-25 pounds and his foster family thinks he is amazing. Donnie likes running around the yard playing with toys and playing with other dogs. You can see him in the video playing with his friend Oscar (who is up for adoption) and the foster's dog Cookie. They have lots of fun playing together! Donnie's foster family says "Donnie loves being with people and likes to sit with you and cuddle. He is a genuine cuddle bug. Donnie

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arbie received her name because she is just a doll! Barbie is a friendly pup who loves hanging out with people & she loves playing with other dogs. This affectionate pup is easy going & sweet. With her unique look it's hard to tell what breed she is mixed with, but we do know she is 100% sweetness. Barbie is about 1 year old & weighs about 35 pounds. She has a gorgeous face with some white on it & a redish-tan color soft coat on her body. Barbie is in a foster home in NJ after being found as a stay in NC. She was taken to an over populated shelter and when FHDR found out what a doll she is, we brought her to NJ. Within minutes of meeting Barbie, she won our hearts! In her foster home, she gets to go on walks and play

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entenary Colleges Office of Alumni Relations has opened its Alumni Travel Program to Italy to the general public. The trip will be leaving from Newark Liberty International Airport on November 1, 2013, and will return on November 9, 2013. Interested travelers must sign-up for this exciting opportunity by July 3, 2013. Register early as space is limited. The air and land price for this Program is set for $2,699.00 per person for double occupancy. The tour includes round-trip airfare, transport by luxury motorcoach with a driver/guide, hotel accommodations, full breakfasts, six dinners and many highlights, including a wine and cheese tasting and tours of the following areas: Sorrento Naples Pompeii The Amalfi Coast The Isle of Capri Rome The Vatican (Optional) And more! Italy is such a beautiful destination and this trip will appeal to anyone with a love of travel, says Deana Cynar, Director of

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Alumni Relations at Centenary College. I encourage those who are interested to join us for a fun-filled vacation. For more information, please call Deana Cynar at (908) 852-1400, ext. 2250, or email cynard@centenarycollege.edu. You can also visit Centenarys Alumni website for a full itinerary at www.alumni.centenarycollege.edu. Founded in 1867 by the Newark Conference of the United Methodist Church, Centenary Colleges academic program integrates a solid liberal arts foundation with a strong career orientation. This mix is designed to provide an educational experience that prepares students to succeed in the increasingly global and interdependent world. Centenary Colleges main campus is located in Hackettstown, N.J., with its equestrian facility in Washington Township (Morris County). The Centenary College School of Professional Studies offers degree programs online and in two locations: Parsippany and Edison, and at corporate sites throughout New Jersey. The School of International Programs recruits international students for study at Centenary and Centenary students for study abroad.

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ool down this summer with a rainbow of color and flavor. Just like skipping through the sprinkler when the sun is shining bright, homemade shaved ice offers sweet relief on a hot afternoon. Plus, making this frozen favorite is a fun family activity. Celebrate the flavors of summer with Easy Fruity Shaved Ice, said Mary Beth Harrington of the McCormick Kitchens. The secret is in the flavorful syrups, which come together in just a few minutes with less than five ingredients, including fruit extracts and food colors. Add raspberry, orange or

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