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The S.H.O.U.T. Newsletter

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Marj Bixby -- S.H.O.U.T. Editor
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seen here at Show-n-Tell '07 [RWhelan photo]

If there is space, this page may one day carry a copy of our latest organization newsletter, published quarterly by the hpsoutnj.
 
SO THEY SAY ~ ~ ~
"Half of the American people have never read a newspaper.  Half never voted for president.  One hopes it is the same half."  ~~ Gore Vidal
 
SLEIGH BELL SEASON
How did "sleigh bells" get started?  This is a quote from the website for East Hampton, CT, "Belltown USA"  [for this site , click on > http://www.easthamptonct.org/history/belltown.htm ]
" ... Sleighs were a primary mode of transportation during cold winter months and were extremely quiet.  This imposed a safety hazard to unsuspecting pedestrians [and other sleighs(rs)] who shared the same rustic roads.  Law mandated that sleighs have sleigh bells to warn those nearby. ... " 
[Unsubstantiated rumor has it that the first such law, to prevent collisions at intersections, was passed in Cleveland, OH]
 
DUES ARE DUE !!
The DUES REMITTANCE ENVELOPES were stapled into the Winter edition of the S.H.O.U.T. Newsletter --- Renew your 2007 membership now!  While you're at it, recruit new members from your list of friends and neighbors !!

S.H.O.U.T.  (Safekeeping the Heritage Of Upper Township)
Summer 2007  Vol. 14 No. 4
This most recent edition of our newsletter has been published and mailed, and is in the hands of paid members.  (Additional copies are available at our scheduled activities.) 
 
The Summer 2007 issue of the S.H.O.U.T. is out:-----------
Among the contents:  The PRESIDENT'S Memo and Strawberry Bread recipe -- The Strawberry Train story -- Committee reports -- Reports of recent events -- Thanks for donations -- Bio of our VP -- Calendar of Events
 


We are always looking for new ideas and topics for the quarterly newsletter. If you have an idea or would be interested in writing an article, please let us know.
 

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We may make past editions of the newsletter available for download.