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>the Village of Ridgewood : Graydon Pool Badges Now on Sale

>Time to buy badges

3 reasons to buy a badge today at https://www.ridgewoodsports.org/

1. Demonstrate that Graydon remains a community gathering place, eliminating once and for all the argument that “no one goes there.”
2. Restock the Village’s coffers, refuting the complaint that “Graydon always loses money.”
3. Graydon is fun!

Our March 23 meeting
PowerPoint slides provide the high points. In the section “Environmental Regulations and the Mystery of the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook,” a professional geologist presents his new research on the likely hydraulic connection between Graydon, the aquifer, and the brook. He lists the permits that would probably be difficult for the Village to obtain if they tried to build there—including one required for construction in a flood hazard zone.

https://www.slideshare.net/graydonpool/preserve-graydon-coalitions-meeting-on-march-23-2010

Ping-pong and storytime
New this summer: ping-pong at Graydon. Lucy Rieger has donated a table; Marcia provided a net and paddles. Parks & Rec would welcome a second table and wants to bring storytime and related activities back to Graydon. If you have a spare ping-pong table or if you are a current or retired teacher interested in leading storytime (modest stipend available), please call Deputy Director Nancy Bigos at (201) 670-5560 to discuss details. Say that Preserve sent you.

Take a minute to buy your Graydon badge today! Select “Graydon Pool/Tennis” at https://www.ridgewoodsports.org/.

Swimmingly,

Marcia Ringel and Suzanne Kelly, Co-Chairs

The Preserve Graydon Coalition, Inc., a nonprofit corporation

“It’s clear—we love Graydon!”

info@PreserveGraydon.org
 https://www.preservegraydon.org/

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