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Hillside Celebrates Environment With Annual Forest Fest

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Hillside Intermediate School held its annual Forest Fest June 7, with all-day festivities to celebrate the outdoors.

The event was held through the Roots & Shoots program, animals, live entertainment, environmental information, a photo booth and much more. Vendors included the Jane Goodall Institute, Lakota Wolf Preserve, Somerset County 4-H clubs, Autism Awareness and more.

The event concluded in the evening with a late-night owl walk and sleepver in the school's library for sixth graders.

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