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Proverbs 3:5

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Proverbs 3:5
Vol. 2 No. 1
January 19, 2010
Families at The Academy Preschool
and Kindergarten located at 1176

Route 10 in Randolph adopted two families this year for the holiday season. Presents were donated to the families through the Roxbury Social Services and Welfare Department. The purpose of the

program is to provide gifts for the children whose families are receiving public assis- tance. These families live on an extremely tight budget and once the necessities of rent, utilities and food have been paid, there is little or no money left for holiday gifts.

Adopt a Family Program
Students in grades 4 through 7 are invit-
ed to learn about New Jersey's native

fish by participating in the NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife's 2010 Native Fish Art and Writing Contest.

The purpose of this annual contest is to encourage children to learn about New Jersey's native fish species and their biolog- ical requirements, including the habitats they need to survive. Participants must write an original short story about a year in the life of a native New Jersey fish of their choice and draw a scene from their story.

The story must include accurate biologi- cal and ecological information about the fish, such as its habitat needs, food prefer- ences, and behavioral characteristics. The drawing must have a finished size of 8.5 x 11 inches and can be done in acrylics, pen- cils, watercolors, oil, oil pastels, crayons or ink. Creativity and originality in both the

story and artwork will weigh heavily with judges, as will the use of proper grammar, sentence structure and spelling.

First and second place winners from each grade level will receive a fishing rod and reel and a certificate. First place winners will also receive a youth membership in Trout Unlimited. All winners will be invited to the Pequest Trout Hatchery and Natural Resource Education Center on the Opening Day of Trout Season, April 10, 2010 for a special luncheon, awards ceremony and the opportunity to fish for trout in the Pequest Fishing Education Pond.

Entries for the contest must be received
no later than Friday, March 5, 2010.

Sponsorship for the Native Fish Art and Writing Contest is provided by NJ Chapters of Trout Unlimited.

For more information, see www.njfis-
New Jersey Native Fish Art and
Writing Contest Announced!
The Randolph Township Health
Department would like to remind

residents that all dogs and cats must be licensed by 7 months of age and have a current tag affixed to a collar or harness.

Licenses are good for one year and must be renewed by January 31st of each year for dogs and by February 28th of each year for cats.

License applications are automatically mailed in December to all registered pet owners. For your convenience, we have also made these applications available for

download from our Dog/Cat Licenses page.

As mandated under state law, a condition of licensure requires that each dog or cat has a current rabies vaccination. Please note that our free rabies immunization voucher program, as explained on the Dog/Cat Licenses page, now has a defined time peri- od for redemption\u2014it is available between December 15 and February 15.

Have questions or need more info? Contact the Health Department at 973.989.7050.

Dog/Cat License Renewals Due Soon
The Randolph Township Health
Department is announcing that the

next H1N1 vaccination clinic will take place on Thursday, January 14th between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at the Randolph Middle School, 507 Millbrook Avenue in Randolph.

Prior to December 17th, the clinics were only for five priority groups determined by CDC guidelines. These restrictions have

been lifted and the H1N1 vaccination is
now available for everyone.

If you plan to attend, please do NOT arrive early. We strongly urge your cooper- ation as school will be in session and long lines will interfere with school dismissal.

Live attenuated nasal spray and killed
injectable will both be available.
We encourage parents to bring their chil-
Tentative Schedule for H1N1 Vaccination Clinics
continued on page 2
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Page 2 \u2022 Tell Them You Saw It In The Three River News \u2022 January 2010

dren under the age of ten in for their second dose assuming it has been a 28-day interval since the first. The first dose provides 30% protection while the second dose raises that to nearly 100% protection.

In an effort to minimize wait time, we ask that you go to the town website at www.randolphnj.org and download and

complete the appropriate consent form prior to coming to the clinic then print it out and bring it with you. Also, please be sure to review the Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) for each type of vaccine and/or consult your private physician or medical provider with any specific ques- tions you may have.

H1N1 Vaccination Clinics....
continued from front page
Wednesday, Jan 20
JETS Meeting\u2013 Edye Holzman presents a

creative memoir, Anne & Me, Yesterday\u2019s Nightmare, Tomorrow\u2019s Dream. Lautenberg Family JCC, Aidekman Family Campus, 901 Route 10 East, Whippany, NJ. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 973-929-2917.

Thursday, Jan 21
Men at Leisure (MAL) Meeting\u2013

Speakers Paul Ehrman and Pam Chong give a lecture on strategic financial planning. Lautenberg Family JCC, Aidekman Family Campus, 901 Rt 10 East, Whippany, NJ. 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; call Sharon at 973-929- 2917.

Friday, Jan 22
Oakwood Singles\u2013 Join singles for dinner.
Pub 399, State Route 10, Randolph, NJ.
Saturday, Jan 23
6th Annual ACA-NJ Camp Fair\u2013 Find

information on the best summer camp for your kids. The Excelsior, 355 Route 9 South, Manalapan, NJ. 12 noon to 3 p.m.; open to public; free; 877-288-2267.

Back to Bach Concert by Morris Choral
Society\u2013 Church of the Redeemer, 36
South Street, Morristown, NJ. 3 p.m.; 973-
998-7239 or 973-539-0703.
Crossing Delancey\u2013 \u201cCrossing Delancey\u201d

tells the timeless tale of Isabelle Grossman, an independent, self-reliant, Manhattan bookseller who hopes to find true love and happiness\u2014her way! Bickford Theatre, Morris Museum, 6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ. 8 p.m.; open to pub- lic; $; 973\u2013451\u20131233 or jbuchfir@bu.edu.

Sunday, Jan 24
\u201cCelebrate Trees\u201d for Tu B\u2019Shvat\u2013 Learn
about the Jewish holiday Tu B\u2019Shvat with
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Calendar of Events
continued on page 4
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