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Page 12 • The Branchburg News • November 2010

Taste of Catholic School Available During Teacher’s Union Convention

St. Ann School in Raritan Boro, where enrollment is currently about 25 percent Branchburg residents, is offering “Buddy Day” visits during the Nov. 5 & 6 public school teach- ers’ union convention.

Current area school students from kindergarten through 7th grade are invited to be a St. Ann student for a day. “Children will participate in a regular school day – plus some ex- tra activities designed just for them. We’ll pair each of our guests with a current student to shadow through- out the day so they can learn about St. Ann School in a comfortable, interactive environment,” said Traci Gorky, a Neshanic Station resident and member of the Home School Association Board that is coordinating the event.

Principal Sister Gloria Cagliota said, “We really enjoyed all our visitors last year and hope that many other children who haven’t seen our school will take the oppor- tunity to come see what it’s really like to attend a Catholic school.” There is no cost to attend Buddy Day, but advanced registration is required. Openings are available Thursday, Nov. 4 or Friday, Nov. 5. It’s also possible to schedule other dates if more convenient. Parents are invited to attend a spe- cial open house on Nov. 3 at 7 pm to learn more about St. Ann School and what their children can expect during their visit. For more info or to register, call Kelly at 908-725- 7787.

The Seeds of Science – Ms. Ruthann at the Children’s Garden of Learning used apples in science class to help students understand both me-

Tri-Tested – Gina Maroney of Branchburg (right) and Donna Attanasio of Bridgewater (left) completed the Danskin Triathlon at Gateway National Rec-

reational Area in Sandy Hook on Sept. 12. The event consisted of 1/2 Mile Swim | 9.5 Mile Bike | 3.1 Mile Run.

chanics and changes in physical states. Cranking a mechanical apple peeler with Ms. Ruthann is Kristen, who along with her classmates, also noted the way the texture of apples changed from a solid to mush when heat was applied on the stove. The smell of cooking apple sauce wasn’t bad either. – submitted by Sue Ferranti, Director

Charles Krypell to Visit Tropiano Jewelers on Nov. 16


10/25 - 11/19, MWF 10/26 - 11/18, TTH

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Internationally renowned jewelry designer Charles Krypell will make a personal appearance at Tropiano & Son Jewelers in Raritan on Tues- day, Nov. 16, from 1 to 7 pm.

Krypell will bring his newest collection of stylish and affordable ster- ling silver and gold designs. Refreshments will be available. For more info, call 908-725-1028 or visit tropianoandsonjewelers. com. Tropiano and Son Jewelers is at 28 West Somerset St. in Raritan. Ray and Michele Tropiano are Branchburg residents.


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