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Scenes from Scotch Plains Earth Day

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Children learn about the role worms play in the ecosystem. Credits: John Mooney
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Ivana Class, age 4 Credits: John Mooney
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Tree saplings Credits: John Mooney
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Councilman Ted Spera and Mayor Al Smith at Earth Day Credits: John Mooney
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Councilman Ted Spera participates in Earth Day. Credits: John Mooney
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Jaleeah Williams, 5, and Maya Williams, 8
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Amy Donnadio of the Scotch Plains Library with her daughter, Lucia, 1 Credits: John Mooney
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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The Township of Scotch Plains marked Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, with clean-up at sites around the town and variety of eco-friendly activities and crafts at the Alan Augustine Village Green. 

Mayor Al Smith, Councilman Ted Spera, Township Manager Al Mirabella and Margaret Heisey joined volunteers, sponsors and children in the activities.

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