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Vol. 2 No. 1 www.threerivernews.com January 19, 2010

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Division of Fish and Wildlife's 2010 Native First and second place winners from each Route 10 in Randolph adopted two tance. These families live on an extremely
Fish Art and Writing Contest. grade level will receive a fishing rod and families this year for the holiday season. tight budget and once the necessities of
The purpose of this annual contest is to reel and a certificate. First place winners Presents were donated to the families rent, utilities and food have been paid, there
encourage children to learn about New will also receive a youth membership in through the Roxbury Social Services and is little or no money left for holiday gifts.
Jersey's native fish species and their biolog- Trout Unlimited. All winners will be invited Welfare Department. The purpose of the
ical requirements, including the habitats to the Pequest Trout Hatchery and Natural
they need to survive. Participants must write Resource Education Center on the Opening Tentative Schedule for H1N1 Vaccination Clinics
an original short story about a year in the Day of Trout Season, April 10, 2010 for a

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life of a native New Jersey fish of their special luncheon, awards ceremony and the he Randolph Township Health been lifted and the H1N1 vaccination is
choice and draw a scene from their story. opportunity to fish for trout in the Pequest Department is announcing that the now available for everyone.
The story must include accurate biologi- Fishing Education Pond. next H1N1 vaccination clinic will If you plan to attend, please do NOT
cal and ecological information about the Entries for the contest must be received take place on Thursday, January 14th arrive early. We strongly urge your cooper-
fish, such as its habitat needs, food prefer- no later than Friday, March 5, 2010. between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 ation as school will be in session and long
ences, and behavioral characteristics. The Sponsorship for the Native Fish Art and p.m. at the Randolph Middle School, 507 lines will interfere with school dismissal.
drawing must have a finished size of 8.5 x Writing Contest is provided by NJ Chapters Millbrook Avenue in Randolph. Live attenuated nasal spray and killed
11 inches and can be done in acrylics, pen- of Trout Unlimited. Prior to December 17th, the clinics were injectable will both be available.
cils, watercolors, oil, oil pastels, crayons or For more information, see www.njfis- only for five priority groups determined by We encourage parents to bring their chil-
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Calendar of Events
Wednesday, Jan 20 information on the best summer camp for
JETS Meeting – Edye Holzman presents a your kids. The Excelsior, 355 Route 9
creative memoir, Anne & Me, Yesterday’s South, Manalapan, NJ. 12 noon to 3 p.m.;
Nightmare, Tomorrow’s Dream. Lautenberg open to public; free; 877-288-2267.
Family JCC, Aidekman Family Campus, Back to Bach Concert by Morris Choral
901 Route 10 East, Whippany, NJ. 11 a.m. Society – Church of the Redeemer, 36
to 1 p.m.; 973-929-2917. South Street, Morristown, NJ. 3 p.m.; 973-
Thursday, Jan 21 998-7239 or 973-539-0703.
Men at Leisure (MAL) Meeting – Crossing Delancey – “Crossing Delancey”
Speakers Paul Ehrman and Pam Chong give tells the timeless tale of Isabelle Grossman,
a lecture on strategic financial planning. an independent, self-reliant, Manhattan
Lautenberg Family JCC, Aidekman Family bookseller who hopes to find true love and
Campus, 901 Rt 10 East, Whippany, NJ. 9 happiness—her way! Bickford Theatre,
a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; call Sharon at 973-929- Morris Museum, 6 Normandy Heights
2917. Road, Morristown, NJ. 8 p.m.; open to pub-
Friday, Jan 22 lic; $; 973–451–1233 or jbuchfir@bu.edu.
Oakwood Singles – Join singles for dinner. Sunday, Jan 24
Pub 399, State Route 10, Randolph, NJ. “Celebrate Trees” for Tu B’Shvat – Learn
973-584-1413. about the Jewish holiday Tu B’Shvat with
Saturday, Jan 23 tree-related activities. Every child can plant
6th Annual ACA-NJ Camp Fair – Find continued on page 4

H1N1 Vaccination Clinics....


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since the first. The first dose provides 30% and bring it with you. Also, please be sure
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to nearly 100% protection. Statement (VIS) for each type of vaccine
In an effort to minimize wait time, we and/or consult your private physician or
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Calendar of Events
continued from page 2 Germany. Lautenberg Family JCC,
his or her own tree and enjoy special holi- Aidekman Family Campus, 901 Route 10
day granola. Frelinghuysen Arboretum, 53 East, Whippany, NJ. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 973-
Hanover Avenue, Morristown, NJ. 1 p.m. to 929-2917.
4 p.m.; open to public; free; call Dana at Project Homeless Connect – Are you, or
973-929-2936. someone you know, homeless or at risk of
6th Annual ACA-NJ Camp Fair – becoming homeless? Project Homeless
Bridgewater Marriott, Bridgewater, NJ. 12 Connect is a one day, one stop event to link
noon to 3 p.m.; open to public; free; 877- people to services including housing, social
288-2267. services, legal services and more. Trinity
Couples at Leisure – Eugene Lieber, United Methodist Church, 213 Main St.,
Associate Professor of History Emeritus of Hackettstown, NJ. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; open
Esssex County Community College, will to public; call Anna at 908-835-3550.
discuss the large Jewish migration during Winter Wonderland Family Night – The
the period from 1880-1925, called “New child care center will be hosting a family
Immigration.” Lautenberg Family JCC, night of fun and exciting crafts with pen-
Aidekman Family Campus, 901 Route 10 guins and polar bears. Families may join for
East, Whippany, NJ. 1 p.m.; 973-929-2917. pizza and ice cream. Please RSVP Aimee or
Marathon Man – Bickford Theatre, 6 Laura. Kiddie Academy of Chester, 245
Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ. Main Street, Chester, NJ. 6:30 p.m. to 8
7 p.m.; $; 973-971-3706. p.m.; open to public; free; 908-879-9900.
Wednesday, Jan 27 Friday, Jan 29
Allan Holdsworth Concert – Community Agape Concert – Enjoy a night of choral
Theatre, 100 South Street, Morristown, NJ. music performed by CSE Festival Choir
8 p.m.; $; 973-539-8008. and members of the Elizabeth Singers, in
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance collaboration with the children’s’ choir
Meeting – Morristown Unitarian from Our Lady of the Mountain Parish of
Fellowship, 21 Normandy Heights Road, Long Valley, and the adult choir of St.
Morristown, NJ. 7:45 p.m.; open to public; Patrick’s Church of Chatham. College of
free; (973) 994-1143 or www.dbsanewjer- Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road,
sey.org/morristownarea. Morristown, NJ. 7:30 p.m.; open to public;
JETS Meeting – Barbara Wind of the free; (973) 290-4491.
Holocaust Council will give a lecture on The Blind Boys of Alabama /
Mengle the Monster and Medical Ethics in continued on page 6
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Auditions Held For A Non-musical Thomas Edison, Lessons in Japanese
Production of Lyle the Crocodile and Beating the Winter Doldrums
All for Seven Dollars
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he Growing Stage, The Children’s The Growing Stage - The Children’s
Theatre of New Jersey, located in the Theater of New Jersey’s production of Lyle
Historic Palace Theatre on Route 183 the Crocodile runs from February 19th to By Michele Guttenberger important role in the world market of elec-

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in Netcong, New Jersey will be holding March 28th, with performances on Fridays et’s face it January may be the start trical supplies.
auditions for its non-musical production of at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at of a new year but winter weekends We can be proud that our area schools
Lyle the Crocodile on January 19th at 7:00 4:00 p.m. The Growing Stage is a profes- start to get dull when the winter won- are also progressive in learning Asia stud-
PM. All auditions will be reading from the sional member of the Association of Actor’s derland is no longer inviting. Museums ies. The 2009 New Jersey High School
script. The production is under the direction Equity. There will be five roles available for may be the answer for something exciting to Japanese Language Study Awards at Seton
of Stephen L. Fredericks, the Growing AEA artists, a one AEA/ASM while other do with the family together -hopefully Hall were given to our local Pope John
Stage’s Executive Director. roles will be filled by community artists, indoors. But the Thomas Edison museum XXIII High School in Sparta
Written for the stage by playwright making a cast of approximately fifteen. The can offer something a little bit more – read Today the Edison Museum maintains
Kevin Kling and adapted from the original cast breakdown calls for five adult men, on. this Japanese connection. One of the lan-
book by Bernard Waber, Lyle the Crocodile. four adult women, and six young perform- Thomas Edison’s earlier light bulbs used guages offered on their audio tour devices is
What do you do when a caviar-loving croc- ers between the ages of ten and thirteen. bamboo from Kyoto Japan. The bamboo Japanese. What an opportunity this can be
odile moves in to your bathtub? Why you Rehearsal schedules are generally two or was a good filament for the incandescent for the middle school or high school student
make him do chores of course! Lyle is a three evenings during the week, and a light bulb. Edison knew the importance of to get to practice their Japanese knowledge.
kind and helpful crocodile that loves New weekend afternoon. All cast members are learning other cultures and with Japan as a Japanese language occasions can be a rare
York City, but Mr. Grumps isn't pleased expected for all performances, with no major bamboo supplier he wanted to com- find in many parts of NJ. Unfortunately,
with him and sends him off to the zoo. exception since the company does not cast prehend Japanese culture and Japan as a spoken Japanese is not a popular language
When Lyle rescues Mr. Grumps from a understudies. Performers of color, seniors, whole. He employed several enterprising in our local Lakeland communities unlike
burning building and brings him happiness women and performers with disabilities are Japanese workers at the Edison's laboratory. languages such as Spanish or German.
with Ms. Nitpicker, the local gossip, he encouraged to attend. For additional infor- One actually became a famous industrialist However, you can listen to Japanese at the
learns to love Lyle along with everyone mation please call (973) 347- 4946 or e- in his own right. Kunihiko Iwadare had museum. It is place where you can play
else! mail exdir@growingstage.com. worked for Thomas Edison's General back the words as often as you like without
Electric Company prior to establishing the annoying a soul for repeating. But the best
Get Your Business Noticed with the Nippon Electric corporation company. part is… the audio tour devices are current-
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Friday, Feb 5 harmonies, boundless energy and telepathic
Calendar of Events Foghat Concert – Veteran 1970s rockers musicianship of The Holmes Brothers mix
continued on page 4 some of the state’s top folk artists, includ- perform their greatest hits. Community roadhouse rock with the gospel fervor and
Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Two of ing Brian McArdle and Wry Toast, Andy Theatre, 100 South Street, Morristown, NJ. harmonies of Sunday’s church service.
America’s finest bands bring together the Goessling (from Railroad Earth) with Sara 8 p.m.; tickets $37-$52; 973-539-8008. Centenary College, 400 Jefferson,
soul of New Orleans with the joy of Gospel Milonovitch and Lindsey Horner, and spe- Saturday, Feb 6 Hackettstown. 8 p.m.; open to public; tick-
with a concert, “Down by the Riverside.” cial guest host Roger Deitz. The College of Saint Elizabeth Open House – ets $17.50-$22; 908-979-0900.
The Community Theatre at Mayo Center, Community Theatre, 100 South Street, CSE, 2 Convent Road, , Morristown, NJ. 10 Winter’s Day on the Farm: From Sap to
100 South Street, Morristown, NJ. 8 p.m.; Morristown, NJ. 3 p.m.; open to public; a.m. to 3 p.m.; open to public; free; 800- Syrup – Learn about maple sugaring histo-
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Saturday, Jan 30 Tuesday, Feb 2 Golden Dragon Chinese Acrobats – taste-testing samples of different maple
6th Annual ACA-NJ Camp Fair – HS Boys Basketball: Vernon vs. Community Theatre, 100 South Street, syrups, and choose your favorite!
Woodcliff Lake Hilton, Woodcliff Lake, Randolph – Randolph HS, 7 p.m. Morristown, NJ. 3 p.m. & 7 p.m.; tickets Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, 73
NJ. 12 noon to 3 p.m.; open to public; free; Noah’s Ark Dine-To-Donate Fundraiser $25-$42; 973-539-8002. Kahdena Road, Morristown, NJ. 12 noon to
877-288-2267. – Roxbury Diner, 101 State Route, 10 East, Holmes Bros Concert – The spine-tingling 4 p.m.; open to public; $; 973-326-7645.
NJ Civic Youth Ballet Beefsteak Dinner Succasunna, NJ. 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; open to
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6th Annual ACA-NJ Camp Fair – away the winter blues. Reservations
Ramada Inn and Conference Center, Route required. Lamplighter Restaurant, 190 West
10 West, East Hanover, NJ. 12 noon to 3 Main Street, Chester, NJ. 6:30 p.m.; open to
p.m.; open to public; free; 877-288-2267. area residents; call Holly at 908-879-5932.
Alison Saar Lecture – Meet sculptor and Holistic MOMS Open House – Join for a
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Pax Amicus Castle Theatre “Back To Bach” to Spotlight


to Perform Wizard of Oz Magnificent Cantatas by Bach

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he Morris Choral Society will salute service of the Duke of Eisenach. Young

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ome take a trip down the Yellow Other performance dates are Friday,
of one of the Western world's most Johann was just nine years old when his
Brick Road with Dorothy, the February 12 at 7 p.m.; Saturdays, February
renowned composers, Johann father died, leaving him orphaned. He was
Scarecrow, the Tinman, the 13 & 20 at 11 a.m. and Sunday, February 21
Sebastian Bach, at a special midwinter adopted by his recently married oldest
Cowardly Lion, Glinda the Good Witch and at 2 p.m. The Wizard of Oz also plays
"Back to Bach" concert of the composer's brother, Johann Christoph, who lived in
a NOT Scary at all, Silly Bad Witch and of selected weekdays at 10 am. All seats are
Cantatas 140 and 79, Saturday, Jan. 23, at 3 Ohrdruf. Because of his excellent singing
course the Wizard of Oz in a truly wonder- $12.00. We offer group discounts for
p.m., at the Church of the Redeemer, 36 voice, Bach earned a position at the
ful musical for children. The Wizard of Oz Schools, Daycares and Scouts. For infor-
South St., in Morristown. Michaelis monastery at Lüneberg in 1700.
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Cantatas are musical compositions for His voice changed a short while later, but
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“Back To Bach”... Walters of Parsippany, the founder and Council on the Arts, Department of State,
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Half of all Americans live within 50 miles their birth-
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The origin of a few words and sayings:
“Goodnight, sleep tight” – Way back when, mattresses
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tightened the mattress, making the bed firmer and more
comfortable to sleep on.
“Honeymoon” – This word is traced back to ancient
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negative.
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ter recess this month.
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people of New York City, Long Island, the Hudson Valley,
and New Jersey. By donating blood this week and through-
out January, National Blood Donor Month, organizations
and individuals can help us maintain a safe, reliable and
adequate blood supply throughout the winter season.
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