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Roxbury Area Youths Win NJ State Lego Contest Winner


Robotics Championship, Head to at the Roxbury Public Library
International Finals
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n just moments, they went from utter The Atoms Family consists of Roxbury
dejection to the elation of knowing they residents Luke Smith; Lauren Shultz,
were New Jersey State Champions, daughter of Christine; Peter and Jacob
headed to an international competition in Bartek; and Jon Rodriguez, as well as Sam
Atlanta, GA. Colabella of Hopatcong. Peter Bartek Sr.
The Atoms Family, a team of 11-14 year and Chris Colabella served as adult mentors
olds from the Roxbury/Hopatcong area, for the project presentation.
won the Champions Award Trophy at the The team attained a Robot Score of 330
New Jersey First Lego League statewide of a possible 400 for the ability of their
robotics competition held December 12th at robot to complete the assigned missions.
Mt. Olive High School, defeating 44 other But the key to their victory was their proj-
teams from New Jersey and Pennsylvania. ect: a real-life solution to a life and death
More than 140 teams competed in New transportation problem.
Jersey overall in regional competitions in “I had an idea about a way improve train
November. safety,” said team member Luke Smith, an
“We were stunned. As they announced eighth grade student at Eisenhower Middle
the winners, many teams won something, School. “We went with that idea as our tech-
and we thought we simply hadn’t won any- nology solution to a real life problem. The
thing. The kids were heartbroken,” said judges thought it was so good, they told us
Christine Shultz of Ledgewood, Roxbury we should patent it.”
Township, the team’s coach, or “mentor”. The team is in the process of doing just
“But in naming the overall champions, that, and so they won’t disclose the project’s
they said, ‘This team is kooky and they’re nature. But they described it as a simple,
spooky…’ (a reference to the Atoms elegant solution that could really help save
Family/Addams Family pun). We knew lives, and clearly the judges agreed. The
they meant us, and we just erupted,” Shultz presentation is made jointly by all of the
added. team members, and they are judged based
On December 5, 2009 the Roxbury Public Library held a Holiday House LEGO building competition.
The First Lego League competition has upon their ideas, research and overall pres- Pictured here, John Martinez stands with his winning entry, a LEGO version of "The Christmas
four parts: the “Robot Score”, where a entation. Carol."
robot performs a variety of tasks for points As New Jersey state champions, The
on a timed basis; Robot Design; Teamwork; Atoms Family received an invitation to the are,” said Peter Bartek Sr. The elder Bartek In order to defray the costs of travel to
and a “Research Presentation”. This year’s First Lego World Festival in Atlanta, aided the team in its research on the trans- Atlanta, the team is looking for sponsors
research topic was “Smart Move”, a presen- Georgia, April 14-17, 2010. Over 84 teams portation project, utilizing his expertise in and donors. Anyone interested in support-
tation of a real-life transportation problem from around the world are expected to com- railroad operations. “We’re already work- ing the team’s fundraising efforts can con-
and the team’s potential solution. The over- pete. ing on improving the robot and the project. tact Chris Shultz at roboticsteacher
all winners have the best total score. “We’re absolutely going, you bet we Atlanta will be very tough competition.” @yahoo.com.
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Heath Village Residents Entertained by Ever Young Seniors of Roxbury Club
Roxbury Boy Scouts Brass Ensemble Plans for New Year

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the first and third Thursdays of the of Smoky Mountains National Park, which
month at the Senior Center at will have four afternoon shows and two
Horseshoe Lake on Eyland Avenue, morning shows. There is free time in
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On December 23, 2009 members of several Boy Scout troops from Roxbury Brass Ensemble
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Pax Amicus Castle Theatre Thomas Edison, Lessons in Japanese


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Magnificent Cantatas by Bach

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he Morris Choral Society will salute Johann was just nine years old when his
of one of the Western world's most father died, leaving him orphaned. He was
renowned composers, Johann adopted by his recently married oldest
Sebastian Bach, at a special midwinter brother, Johann Christoph, who lived in
"Back to Bach" concert of the composer's Ohrdruf. Because of his excellent singing
Cantatas 140 and 79, Saturday, Jan. 23, at 3 voice, Bach earned a position at the
p.m., at the Church of the Redeemer, 36 Michaelis monastery at Lüneberg in 1700.
South St., in Morristown. His voice changed a short while later, but
Cantatas are musical compositions for he stayed on as an instrumentalist.
voices and orchestra, based on a religious In his young adulthood, the composer
text, that comprise arias, recitatives, and drifted from post to post, writing organ
solos and duets sung to orchestra accompa- compositions and secular and religious can-
niment. tatas.
Bach, who wrote more than 200 can- Bach became Kantor of the Thomas
tatas, most between 1721 and 1730, was the School in Leipzig in May 1723 and held the
chief musician in Leipzig, Germany. Better post until his death. It was in Leipzig that
known in his lifetime (1685-1750) as a vir- he composed the bulk of his religious and
tuoso organist than a composer, Bach secular cantatas. He eventually became dis-
nonetheless created a vast repertoire of satisfied with this position, not only
sacred music, organ and choral works, and because of its meager financial rewards, but
other instrumental music. also because of his onerous duties and the
Yet, like many musicians, Bach had a inadequate facilities made available to him.
hard time supporting himself with his Thus, he took on other projects, chief
music and found it difficult to hold a job for among them the directorship of the city's
any length of time. Collegium Musicum, an ensemble of pro-
As a youngster, Bach was taught to play fessional and amateur musicians who gave
the violin and harpsichord by his father, weekly concerts, in 1729. He also became
Johann Ambrosius, a court trumpeter in the music director at the Dresden Court in
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Earth) with Sara Milonovitch and Lindsey $25-$42. 973-539-8002.
Horner, and special guest host Roger Deitz. Holmes Bros Concert – Centenary
973-539-8008. College, 400 Jefferson, Hackettstown. 8
Tuesday, Feb 2 p.m.; open to public; $17.50-$22. The
HS Basketball: Morris Knolls vs. spine-tingling harmonies, boundless energy
Roxbury – Roxbury HS, 7 p.m. and telepathic musicianship of The Holmes
Noah’s Ark Dine-To-Donate Fundraiser Brothers mix roadhouse rock with the
– Roxbury Diner, 101 State Route, 10 East, gospel fervor and harmonies of Sunday’s
Succasunna, NJ. 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; open to church service. 908-979-0900.
public. 973-347-0378. Winter’s Day on the Farm: From Sap to
Thursday, Feb 4 Syrup – Fosterfields Living Historical
Holistic MOMS Open House – Zion Farm, 73 Kahdena Road, Morristown, NJ.
Lutheran Church, 11 Schooleys Mountain, 12 noon to 4 p.m.; open to public; $.
Long Valley, NJ. 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Discover how even in the cold weather
open to public; free. Join for a casual months there were seasonal harvest oppor-
evening of food, drink, prizes and network- tunities for farm families. Learn about
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mail to hmnwestmorris@hotmail.com. collect sap. Enjoy taste-testing samples of
Friday, Feb 5 different maple syrups, and choose your
Foghat Concert – Community Theatre, favorite! 973-326-7645.
100 South Street, Morristown, NJ. 8 p.m.; Sunday, Feb 7
tickets $37-$52. Veteran 1970s rockers per- Yellow Submarine – Bickford Theatre, 6
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Thomas Edison...
continued from page 13
museums. the museum the rangers will be there to
Where can you hone in on your Japanese assist you. They can even program your
skills and tour a historical factory where the audio tour device in Japanese for you too.
first incandescent light bulbs, phonographs The audio tour devices are also available
and first video projectors were invented for in German and Spanish. The rangers know
an admission fee of seven dollars? A bar- how to program those languages as well.
gain this great is made possible through the The museum is located at 211 Main St –
US Government, because the Thomas West Orange NJ 07052. Open 9:00 AM –
Edison museum is part of the National Park 5:00 PM – Closed on Monday & Tuesday.
Services. Odd that a factory in West Website -
Orange, NJ is part of Smokey Bear’s http://www.nps.gov/edis/index.htm
National Park Services. And if you attend
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