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Board of Trustees

Kevin Riley President / Newsletter Editor

Rich Van Buren Vice-President

Peter Coy Treasurer

Marianna Simpson Recording Secretary

Ray Cywinski Corresponding Secretary

Jonathan Regan School Liaison

Mariane Bolduc Borough Liaison

Irfan Akdag Toni Dolan Dave Emerson Mark Mernia Ted Piltzecker William Stegmayer Kwang Suk Kim

We’re on the Web! www.demarestnaturecenter.org

Email: info@demarestnaturecenter.org

Bulk Rate U.S. Postage PAID Paramus, NJ 07652 Permit No. 230

What’s Happening This Winter & Spring!

  • January 14th The public

is invited to the annual Reorganization Meeting of the Demarest Nature Center Association on Thursday at 7:30pm at the Wakelee Field House. There will be a brief report on 2009 activities, a financial report, and the election of trustees, followed by refreshments. All are welcome.

Impromptu

skating

parties will

be

held at

the skating

pond by the

Imaginative

Playground

in January and February, weather permitting. We’ll supply the hot chocolate and

also check our website for information.

  • March 6th Birdhouse

and bird feeder building in the train station. Two sessions: 11am till 12pm and 1pm till 2pm.

March 27th

Easter

egg hunt, 2pm

, at the

Imaginative Playground in Wakelee Field. Rain date, March 28th.

  • April 24th Spring Nature

Walk followed by Volunteer Day, 9:30am departing from the parking lot by the Imaginative Playground. Rain date, April 25th.

May 31th

Deadline

for Photo

Contest

submissions,

see our

website for more info.

Senior Service 2010

Once again we have the distinct pleasure to make use of the youth & strength of three seniors from NVRHS-

Demarest

as they participate in their Senior Service for the

Demarest Nature Center this June.

other

refreshments.

Keep

an

eye

out

for

information

on the

railroad station

electronic

board. You can

Three seniors will be selected to clear and put down wood chips on the Nature Center’s trails. They will experience the utter joy of picking up trash from the smallest gum wrapper to the ever- present abandoned shopping cart. They will clear the Tenakill

Brook of garbage as well as remove downed trees and other blockages of the water way.

Nature Center volunteers will supervise the precarious chores, while the more mundane tasks will rely on the student’s ability and maturity to work independently.

Kathy Kobylarz and Ed Kabakow cooking up a storm at Breakfast in the Woods (Photo: John Goodwin)

ECRWS POSTAL PATRON DEMAREST, N.J. 07627

DEMAREST NATURE CENTER ASSN. Borough of Demarest P.O. Box 41 Demarest, N.J. 07627 www.demarestnaturecenter.org

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