What’s New at the Nutley Community Preservation Partnership
Dr. Richard Jackson at the Nutley Library: 3/18/2014
On Tuesday, March 18, the Nutley Library and the Nutley Community Preservation Partnership will host a return appearance of Dr. Richard Jackson at the Nutley Library at 6:30 PM. Last November, Dr. Jackson, a pediatrician, Nutley native and member of the Nutley Hall of Fame spoke about ” Nutley – We are What We Build: Designing A Healthier Community!” at the Nutley Museum to a standing room only crowd. Be sure to join us as Dr. Jackson builds on the discussion with Nutley: Honoring a Proud Past, Building a Healthy Future. You don’t want to miss it!
The NCPP is honored to partner with the Library as we continue celebrating the Nutley Public Library Centennial. This event is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served. Please join this lively discussion at the Nutley Library 93 Booth Drive at 6:30.
Reservations are not required, but please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can plan accordingly.
On Monday, 1/27/2014, NCPP will award the winners of the NCPP 2014 Tree Contest during the Board of Education Meeting at 6:30 at John H. Walker Middle School. We have been working with the Nutley Schools Science Coordinator, Kent Bania and the 4 teachers of Environmental Sciences and developed a Common Assessment that was taught to about 300 9th grade students. They were then assigned to write about a Nutley tree and discuss it’s environment, niche and ecosystem. They submitted an essay and a picture of their chosen tree.
Please show your support of the project and join us Monday night!
Dr. Richard Jackson at the Nutley Museum: 11/12/2013
On Tuesday, November 12, the Nutley Community Preservation Partnership will host Dr. Richard Jackson of the University of California at the Nutley Museum at 7:30 PM.
Dr. Jackson, a pediatrician, will speak about ” Nutley – We are What We Build: Designing A Healthier Community!” A Nutley native and member of the Nutley Hall of Fame 2005, he is renowned in the field of environmental issues and health, and is a professor and chair of environmental health sciences at the Fielding School of Public Health at the University of California in Los Angeles. He is currently in New York as the Joan H. Tisch Distinguished Fellow in Public Health and visiting professor at Hunter College. For more information, click here.
Photos from NCPP’s “Meet & Greet” with Township Officials posted at the photo gallery!
The NCPP hosted an innovative “Civic Night” at the Church Street Museum Wednesday September 25th, which succeeded in its challenge of bringing together the town’s most active citizens with the decision-makers who make Nutley work. We invited the Mayor and Board of Commissioners, Planning, Zoning and Historical Society Boards, along with the Historic Preservation and Shade Tree Committees. Although all of the governing boards and committees hold open hearings, our goal for this event was to enable the township residents to “meet and greet” our officials in an informal setting and encourage conversations about the direction of Nutley for 2013/2014. The NCPP Board was excited to facilitate this fun and informative event.
Private Eco Cruise 10/13 is Sold Out!
Please see the newsletter for more information about the cruise, which we plan on holding again next spring.
Franklin Avenue Saturday Fall Planting: 10/5/13
The NCPP will be holding its annual Fall Planting on Saturday, October 5th. We had a great turnout last fall, and we’re hoping to do even more this year. Please see the September newsletter for more details. To sign up for the planting, please contact Jackie Camelia at 973-320-2179 or Jcamelia21@aol.com.
NCPP September 2013 Newsletter
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