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TONH Celebrates Earth Day's 40th Anniversary

For Immediate Release                                      Media Contact: Collin Nash or Sid Nathan
April 22, 2010                                                                             (516) 869 7794

TONH Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Earth Day

The North Hempstead Town Board celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day today with students, staff and administrators of local schools across the Town. 
Tree plantings at local schools, environmental lesson plans, Earth Day birthday cake and butterfly & turtle exhibits at Clark Botanic Gardens were among the ways TONH promoted a healthy environment today. 
The festivities were organized by North Hempstead's Community Services Department.

For more pictures of TONH's Earth Day Celebration, please visit the North Hempstead's Facebook Fanpage at www.facebook.com/townofnorthhempstead

Earth Day Birthday Cake was cut by TONH Councilwoman Lee Seeman, Town Clerk Leslie Gross, Principal Debra Shalom,  Receiver of Taxes Charles Berman, Councilwoman Maria-Christina Poons and a group of environmentally conscious students at the Parkville School in New Hyde Park

Students, Teachers along TONH Officials celebrate Earth Day's 40th Anniversary!

(L to R) Councilwoman Viviana Russell, Town Clerk Leslie Gross, Deputy Commissioner of Community Services Gina Sillitti, Asst. Principal Reginald Warren, and Receiver of Taxes Charles Berman.

Turtle demonstrations were held at the beautiful Clark Botanic Gardens in Albertson.

For more pictures of TONH's Earth Day Celebration, please visit the Town's Facebook Fanpage at www.facebook.com/townofnorthhempstead

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