Students learned how to properly plant and care for trees at the Williams Nursery in Westfield.
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Thursday, April 25
Union County Freeholder Bruce Bergen (2nd R) met (from left) Teacher Chana Finver, students Andrew Fuda, Mike Reyes and Basharie Coleman and Paraprofessional Thomas McClay from the Lamberts Mill Academy in Westfield as the students learned how to properly plant and care for trees at the Williams Nursery in Westfield. The seminar for area students is operated by the Union County Shade Tree Commission annually in celebration of Arbor Day. The County of Union provides free trees to schools that have applied for them. (Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)
Fanwood 5K, free trees on Arbor Day, and Take Your Son/Daughter to Work Day are amount the happenings around town this week.
In honor of National Crime Victim’s Rights Week, all are invited to join the Union County Prosecutor’s Office’s Office of Victim/Witness Advocacy in recognizing and bringing honor to Victims of Crime by wearing the color blue (or a blue ribbon) on Tuesday, April 24. Celebrate Arbor Day on Friday, April 27 with a presentation from Park Middle School’s Environmental Club at 4 p.m. at the Carriage House Park in Fanwood. This event is hosted by the The Fanwood Shade Tree Commission and will include a free tree for all who attend. In schools this week: Thursday, April 26 is take your daughter/son to work day! Don’t forget to upload your photos of your child’s trip to work to Patch by clicking the “Pics and Clips” tab on the homepage. On …