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Wednesday, May 24, 2006

NJ Public Health

Ralph D'Aries of Sparta Public Health presents an overview of his department. The film was produced by the NJ Public Health Officers Association. The photo behind Mr. D'Aries is the old SpartaTown Hall. It will soon be demolished as the new facility is opened. The photo is by by Don Freeman.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Memorial Day Tribute - Asiatic Fleet

Vic Campbell spoke to the Veterans of the doomed Asiatic Fleet in early May. The speech is appropriate for Memorial day and is suggested reading for ME3TV viewers.

Friday, May 19, 2006

Author of "Sunflowers Measure Up"

Author of childrens book reads "Sunflowers Measure Up". It is an introduction to mathmatics for very young children.

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Story from The College Hill

The COLLEGE HILL (SCCC's Student Newspaper) reports on bike registration for Cub Scouts with the Newton Police. Story and Pictures.

Monday, May 01, 2006

Scary but Scenic "Friday the 13th" 25 Years Later

A 4 minute Documentary shows the scenic locations used in the scary movie "Friday The 13th" 25 years later. The location is in Warren County, New Jersey. This was a student project by Danny Pytell, for a broadcast class at the local college. I've personally been to Blairstown many times, but never to the Boy Scout camp. Some of the places seen in this film are off limits to anyone. Danny just happened to know the right people. (Send this story and others along to your friends with the envelope icon for email just below the posting). Your own feature film can be presented here on ME3TV. Send us a copy. ME3TV will be giving introductory seminars to teach you how to prepare your own news features for the web. Watch for the announcement.

Interview-Boarding Horses

The Silver Fox Farm in Sussex County, New Jersey, boards horses. In this interview by County College Broadcast Student, Jessica Marino, we learn a little about what it takes to run a boarding facility. Sussex County is prolific with equestrian activity. Learn more at the county's agri tourism website! Learn more about the county broadcast program. Contact Professor Tony Selimo.