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This announcement generated out photo entries: Photo Contest Update - deadline for submission is June 9th: Attention CMS community! The Animals and Planets Club is launching a photo contest, One with Nature. There will be two winners from each building. Winners will receive a certificate and a prize. The prize will have something to do with nature and animals and is yet to be decided. All pictures have to do with nature. They can be of a beautiful place, a pet, animal, or you with any of the three. To enter a photo place it, and $1, in our One with Nature Boxes. The boxes are located in the office and pictures will be posted on a bulletin board. Digital copies of photos can be sent to MacKenzie at mpavlik20@colonial.net Or Charlotte Epstein at cepstein21@colonial.net. Donations will go to support Buddy Dog Humane Society, Grassroots Wildfe Conservation and Phinney's Friends. Thanks for your support.
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Our project will donate donations to important organizations, that help
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Help provide adequate housing to keep injured and abandoned duckies safe from predators and up to code, provide emergency supplies in case needed and sanitary care. Due to the local bird sancuaries closing in our area, there is no place of refuge for our feathered duckies!
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Middle school students have fun hatching their own chicks and learning about the importance of chickens as they relate to sustainable and healthy living.
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This project will include: Donations of money, toys, and other helpful supplies for the local animal shelter! We will do this by hosting a fundraiser during this project. The hope is that this project will not only help the animals, but be a great learning experience.
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On certain Fridays and Saturdays during the school year, students meet at Hillside school and are assigned a certain part of Hillside's meadows and trails to work on. For example, adding wood chips to our trails, cutting weeds, organizing the tool shed, discarding pollution from the pond, and maintaining the butterfly garden.
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We volunteer handing out promotions & walking for Farm Sanctuary Walks in Philadelphia. My daughter was thrilled to join my friend & I, and I'm happy to show her to stand up for what she believes in.
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Plant wild flowers that are neonicotinoids free saving the bees. neonicotinoid is what kills bees. It poisons them and spreds easily and stays in plants seeds and stays forever.
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I plan to have the group meet twice a month. At each meeting, we will cover some key vocabulary words as well as the concepts behind them. Each meeting will feature a hands-on project to illustrate the selected topic, such as a nature-related experiment, making bird feeders, water-scopes and outdoor explorations. Occasionally we may arrange extra meetings at nature centers and parks. Each meeting will end with a short song, poem or picture book relating to the topic covered. The topics covered will alternate between focussing on a trait found in many animals and how they compare, and focussing in depth on the natural history of a particular local species. This means that there will be one general topic and one species spotlight per month. Contact me for meeting locations and dates.
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Appreciation and observation with bird and wildlife counts and hikes along the Milne Open Space.

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