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On November 20th, our volunteers placed 9 trees, 70 shrubs, and 12 cubic yards of mulch at Town Hall...
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On November 20th, our volunteers placed 9 trees, 70 shrubs, and 12 cubic yards of mulch at Town Hall...

...the results were impressive!
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...the results were impressive!

A partly-drained Wenonah Lake reveals the meandering stream that feeds it.  The lake was drained so the swimming area could be dredged.
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A partly-drained Wenonah Lake reveals the meandering stream that feeds it. The lake was drained so the swimming area could be dredged.

Tiger Scout Troop 231 learns about Comey's Lake on a November 3rd hike led by Bob Bevilacqua (pictured) and Mary Ellen Bush.
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Tiger Scout Troop 231 learns about Comey's Lake on a November 3rd hike led by Bob Bevilacqua (pictured) and Mary Ellen Bush.

Dead trees are a good place to find strange new insects.
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Dead trees are a good place to find strange new insects.

The scouts pose atop the dam.
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The scouts pose atop the dam.

Highlight for Album: Canoe and Kayak Trip
 
Album: Canoe and Kayak Trip

Mantua Creek, September 25th 2004
Last change: 03/19/2008
Contains: 5 items

Our intrepid July 4th hikers make tracks on the Conrail line north of Maple Street to see...
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Our intrepid July 4th hikers make tracks on the Conrail line north of Maple Street to see...

...the seldom-seen Queen Lake, located just east of the railroad.
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...the seldom-seen Queen Lake, located just east of the railroad.

Frank Eggert prepares plantings around a new bench overlooking the Glen Dam.
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Frank Eggert prepares plantings around a new bench overlooking the Glen Dam.

WEC June meeting at the Wenonah Lake Pavilion.  Pictured in foreground (l-r): Chuck Forsman, Lorrie Forsman, Barb Capelli, and John Forren.
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WEC June meeting at the Wenonah Lake Pavilion. Pictured in foreground (l-r): Chuck Forsman, Lorrie Forsman, Barb Capelli, and John Forren.

Winner of the 2004 Kids' Poetry Contest, Emma Giordano.  Also pictured (l-r): Paula Hayes and Bill Schramm of the WEC, Heidi Giordano, and Ronald Giordano.
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Winner of the 2004 Kids' Poetry Contest, Emma Giordano. Also pictured (l-r): Paula Hayes and Bill Schramm of the WEC, Heidi Giordano, and Ronald Giordano.

Winner of the 2004 Kids' Drawing Contest, Billy Norris.  Also pictured (l-r): Bill Schramm and Paula Hayes of the WEC, and Cindy Norris.
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Winner of the 2004 Kids' Drawing Contest, Billy Norris. Also pictured (l-r): Bill Schramm and Paula Hayes of the WEC, and Cindy Norris.

This photo shows the overgrown, deteriorated state of Synott's Pond in May.  This and other photos helped secure grant money to later dredge the pond.
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This photo shows the overgrown, deteriorated state of Synott's Pond in May. This and other photos helped secure grant money to later dredge the pond.

2004 Kids' Hike at Wenonah Lake (May 8th): Registration table.
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2004 Kids' Hike at Wenonah Lake (May 8th): Registration table.

2004 Kids' Hike: Beetle discovery!
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2004 Kids' Hike: Beetle discovery!

2004 Kids' Hike:
More beetle discovery!
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2004 Kids' Hike:
More beetle discovery!

2004 Kids' Hike:
A group spies the red-tail hawk nest across the lake.
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2004 Kids' Hike:
A group spies the red-tail hawk nest across the lake.

The litter patrol is ready to tackle Woodbury-Glassboro Road  (April 24th).
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The litter patrol is ready to tackle Woodbury-Glassboro Road (April 24th).

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