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221657_1374238140July 24 2013 Z3 LOW REZ

221657_1374238140July 24 2013 Z3 LOW REZ

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ith the mission to pre-pare high school stu-dents for the dauntingcollege admissions process, 23-year-old Natasha Scott launchedThe College Admissions Bible, ahandy guidebook that finally sim-plifies the overwhelming collegeadmissions process for students andparents. The launch party andbook signing event on June 27 wasattended by students, parents andeducators from Union, Essex, andsurrounding counties. Scott pro-vided her personal reflectionsabout the college admissionsprocess, as well as her thoughts onhot button issues, like the risingcosts of higher education and howto work the financial aid process.“There are plenty of guide-books out there, but few help toactually simplify the intimidatingcollege admissions process,” saidScott, a 2011 magna cum laudegraduate of the University of Pennsylvania. “The CollegeAdmissions Bible is an easy-to-readhandbook students can carryaround with them and refer back tothroughout their high schoolcareer.”A graduate of Kent PlaceSchool in Summit, one of thenation’s top college-preparatoryschools, Scott drew on the strate-gies taught to her by Kent Place’scollege advisors and combinedthese tips with her own personalresearch and experience thathelped her successfully navigateher way into her first-choice uni-versity.“The college admissionsprocess can be a bewildering jour-ney, but it isn’t an impossible feat.I wanted to break down the processas much as possible and show stu-dents and parents precisely whatthey need to do to apply for collegewithout making them feel overbur-dened,” said Scott.Her concise yet comprehen-sive handbook provides manyhow-to’s, from writing a balancedcollege list to constructing a win-ning college essay, and even
College grad launches book: ‘CollegeAdmissions Bible’
University of Pennsylvania graduate Natasha Scott celebrates the launch of hernew book, The College Admissions Bible, a user-friendly guidebook thatsimplifies the college admissions process for students and their parents.Learn more at www.collegeadmissionsbible.com.
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 July 24, 2013Zone 3, Vol. 11, No. 14
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 To have your group’s announce-ment appear in Community Happenings,please e-mail your paragraph to calendar@lifeandleisurenj.com.
JUL 23
•Kinnelon Library’s 36th annual usedbook sale volunteer. There will be aninformational meeting at KinnelonLibrary on July 23 at 9:30am in theupstairs meeting room. Join our veteranvolunteers in the fun and make newfriends! Kids ages 11 and up are neededtoo! There are jobs for all abilities andinterests, with hours beginning July 31and running through August 28. If you would like to volunteer email the Friendsof the Library at FLCLL@yahoo.com, callthe library at 973-838-1321 or visit www.kinnelonlibrary.org and click on the“Friends” link.
AUG 13
•There will be a Driver Safety Class pre-sented by AARP at the Butler PublicLibrary on Tuesday, August 13, from 1-7:30pm. The cost is $12 for AARP mem-bers, $14 for non-members.Prior to theevent bring your valid driver’s license,AARP membership card if applicable, anda check made payable to AARP-DSP tocomplete the registration form and sub-mit payment.Bring a brown-bag lightmeal.If you have any questions you maycheck AARP’s website www.aarp.org/drive or call 888-227-7669.Thisprogram is limited to 18 participants -call973-838-3262, or stop by the Library topre-register. Butler Public Library is locat-ed at 1 Ace Road, behind the municipalbuilding, on the internet at www.butlerli-brary.org.
SEP 14
•There will be an Intro to ZumbaBeginners Fitness Class on Saturday,September 14, from 11:45am–12:45pm.Want to try out this newdance/fitness class?This is a one-timeclass being offered as an introduction toZumba.Come see what Zumba is allabout.For more information about MaryAnn King, visit www.zumbamaryann.comor call 201-247-5456.This free programis limited to 10 participants – call 973-838-3262, or stop by the library to pre-register.Please Note:All of our AdultPrograms are open to those who are atleast 18 years of age. Butler PublicLibrary is located at 1 Ace Road, behindthe municipal building, on the internet at www.butlerlibrary.org, or by phone 973-838-3262.
SEP 28
•Interviews Program at Butler PublicLibrary will present “makeovers for inter-views” on Saturday, September 28 from10:30am–12pm presented by Lynn AnneCutler, Mary Kay Independent BeautyConsultant.Make your first impressioncount. Learn how to take care of yourskin and apply color cosmetics in a waythat will make you look your best and
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Please e-mail all press releases and calendar information to calendar@lifeandleisurenj.com or fax to 973.556.1991.Advertising in Life & Leisure is affordable and effective. We are a “family friendly” publication and therefore reserve the right to accept onlyadvertisements that appeal to the entire family; the final determination of which is made by the Life & Leisure. Views expressed in Life & Leisure arethose of the respective columnists and writers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the publisher, or Life & Leisure. Advertising is open to anyonedesiring to reach the public and is subject to approval, revision and/or rejection at any time by the publisher. Many of the articles are paid for by theauthor and are in effect advertisements. Publication of any advertisement does not constitute, either implied or inferred, an endorsement of services,products or businesses advertised. © 2013 Life & Leisure, LLC. Life & Leisure is a trademark of Life & Leisure, LLC.
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most professional for job interviews.Participants will receive product sam-ples to take home, and the opportuni-ty for a follow-up consultation withIndependent Beauty Consultant LynnAnne Cutler. This free program is limit-ed to 10 participants -call 973-838-3262, or stop by the Library to pre-register.Butler Public Library is locat-ed at 1 Ace Road, behind the munici-pal building, on the internet at www.butlerlibrary.org, or by phone973-838-3262.
 Around thecommunity…
•Reading to “Joey” the Dog at ButlerPublic Library. This program is recom-mended for 1st or 2nd graders,or anychild who wishes to practice reading aloud.Come meet “Joey” and his owner CherylZahner. “Joey” is a friendly, well-man-nered golden retriever who listens well.Sign up for your 15 minute session with“Joey.” This free program is limited to 4participants each week -call 973-838-3262, or stop by the Library to pre-regis-ter.15 minute sessions are on Tuesdays,July 16 & 30, August 6 & 20 andSeptember 3 & 17, between 5:30 –6:30pm.Butler Public Library is located at 1Ace Road, behind the municipal building,on the internet at www.butlerlibrary.org.
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