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August 2013

Fell House Tea Time

The John Fell House Tea Room Fell house ais pleased to announce a three-course tea in honor of our most-famous hometown patriot on Tuesday, Sept. 10, from noon to 2:30 p.m. at the historic John Fell House, 475 Franklin Turnpike, Allendale.

The tea featuring a three-course luncheon by Passport Cafe of West Milford. $45 per person.

Proceeds will go to benefit the John Fell House. (The Celery Farm was once part of John Fell's estate -- called Fell's Meadows or Wolf Swamp back then. The Fell House also hosts our annual Moth Ball in July.)

Space is limited so please reserve your place by emailing Linda A. Schropp -- [email protected]  -- or calling Theresa Salameno at (201) 825-2840.  Your non-refundable check is your confirmation.

RSVP by Sept. 2 by sending your check payable to “Concerned Citizens of Allendale” to Theresa Salameno, 200 East Allendale Ave., Allendale, NJ 07401. Please include number of guests and their names with payment.

Celery Farm Calendars Coming Soon

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Carol Flanagan writes:

The calendars should be here soon!  All proceeds go to the Stiles and Lillian Thomas Scholarship fund.  The calendars make great holiday gifts for family and friends! 

Thank you to everyone who submitted photos.  Those whose photos are in the calendar have been notified via separate e-mail.  We had many good photos and the decisions were difficult. 

If your photo was not chosen that does not mean it was not good.  Some of the photos were too similar to those used in previous calendars, were cropped too much and/or did not work with the Lulu software.
(Now is the time to start taking photos for next year's calendar!)
Thank you, 

The Calendar Committee
Carol, Darlene, and Mike

About the scholarship:
The Stiles and Lillian Thomas Scholarship was initiated to honor Stiles and Lillian Thomas for their life-long commitment to preservation and conservation.  This annual scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior student of Northern Highlands Regional High School who is pursuing a college degree in the environmental sciences, and who has demonstrate a commitment to the environment through participation in related community and school activities such as recycling, clean up, and green-conscious projects.