CRANBURY: Students hold Polar Express parade | CentralJersey.com
A quick ice up and accumulation of snow snarled traffic and set the stage for the polar plunge. I recall working the noon show with Hattie Cheek, our newest wunder-news anchor. I loved Hatties style as she braved the bitter blusters with me during our 5th avenue live shot. A year ago the temperature dropped more than 50 degrees in 24 hours bottoming out at -10 at the Dickess tree farm near Myrtle Ridge in Lawrence County Ohio. Teeth chattering stuff for sure! This year the clipper passed on Tuesday morning with a streak of accumulating snow from the Scioto Trail eastward along the Bob Evans Highway and all the way east along WV routes 50 and 33. School districts by the dozens delayed or closed in the powdery whiteout up north. However this year the temperature plummet will have to wait for the first light of Wednesday.
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Supported by Penguin Random House, GoodReads, Mashable, and the National Book Foundation, the event is an invitation for readers from across the United States to commit to sitting down and reading a book, or books, for an afternoon. The Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library, 680 Radcliffe Street, invites readers of all ages to its National Readathon Day Reading Party where they can come, munch on light snacks, and read for four straight hours in a quiet room. No registration is required. For information, visit www.grundylibrary.org or call 215-788-7891. Like other readathons or marathons, individuals can raise funds for the National Book Foundation by creating a profile at www.firstgiving.com/10658 , if they choose to do so. However, fundraising is not a requirement to participate in this Grundy Library event.
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"They are necklaces with a bell," she said as the teachers were sitting their making them. "The whole point is at the end of the movie when he grows up he can no longer hear the magic of the bells. Its really what you believe whether you hear the bells or not." The boy in the movie said "At one time most of my friends could hear the bell, but as years passed it fell silent for all of them. Even Sarah found one Christmas that she could no longer hear its sweet sound. Though Ive grown old the bell still rings for me, as it does for all who truly believe.
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