Earth Day Groceries Reports, 2001

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Monmouth County Planning Board
Monmouth County Planning Board
Freehold, NJ USA

We decorated 300 bags!

About our project: About 300 bags were decorate at our Earth Day Fair and at 3 schools around the county. We gave the bags and informative signs to Super Foodtown of Wall so that the customers would understand why their bags were decorated.

submitted on 4/24/2002

Donna Mackleer
George Hess Complex
Mays Landing, NJ USA

We decorated 1000 bags!

About our project: All of the teachers really enjoyed it so the 2 bundles of 500 went quick!

submitted on 4/19/2002

Theresa Emmolo
New Milford Public Schools
New Milford, NJUSA

We decorated 1500 bags!

About our project: This was our fourth year participating in the Earth Days Groceries Project. Children decorated bags at home, in school, and in their extra science classes. We have more than trippled our numbers since our first year. Thanks to everyone for their efforts and cooperation in making it a success!

submitted on 5/27/2001

Madiline Jackson
School age services
Fort Monmouth, NJUSA

We decorated 328 bags!

About our project: The chidren really loved the project.The month of April we helped clean up are community.We also collected newspapers and we delivered them to our local SPCA.

submitted on 5/25/2001

Maryann Fahey
Cub Scout Pack 350
Westwood/Washington Township Twp, NJUSA

We decorated 254 bags!

About our project: The Cub Scouts of Pack 350, Westwood/Washington Twp.did a great job with the Earthday Groceries Project. It was our first year participating in the project. The local A & P distributed over 250 bags and was very supportive. We worked with grades 1 through 5. The cubs decorated their bags at their den meetings. The leaders gave talks about the importance on protecting the environment. The older boys in Weeblos 2, Den 3 took the iniatiative of collecting, counting and giving out certificates to whoever participated in the project. It was very successful and Pack 350 hopes to make it an annual project.

Look at our pictures!  

submitted on 5/21/2001