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course marshals, start/finish line monitors, and environmental crew members. For details contact Sue Scott Parker, at sueparker@skiwestmountain.com

Students showcase science research B O LT O N L A N D I N G — Six students enrolled in Bolton High School’s advanced science research course presented their findings recently on a variety of topics at the school’s Science Research Symposium. The students gave presentations May 31 to an audience of 40 people — and discussed their findings while manning displays depicting their research. The following BCS sophomores and juniors presented research findings on the respective topics: • Madlyn Wilson reported on her research on mirror self-recognition by Bottlenose Dolphins. • Ceshele Powell talked of her research on the prevalence of obesity among children in six Chicago communities based on findings from a health survey; • Liam McGurl spoke on the effects of calorie restriction on behavioral patterns and moods in mice; • Valerie Jensen, presented a summary of her discoveries relating to climate change in the ecosystem; • Carl Ciccarelli presented his findings on the difference in the velocity of a baseball hit by a wooden bat versus a metal one and the

PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN Oh, most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, Fruitful vine, splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin assist me in my necessity (State Request). Oh, Star of the sea, help me and show me herein you are my Mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to help me in this necessity (State Request).

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Bolton High School Junior Valerie Jensen (left) presents her research findings on climate changes in the ecosystem at the school’s First Annual Science Research Symposium held recently. Photo provided

associated risk of injuries to players; and • Samantha Boyle reported on her research on the relationship between sleep disorders and nightmares. Taught by BCS secondary science teacher Nicole Williams, the research course is offered to students in grades 10 through 12. Students choose a topic and carry out an original research project. Williams explained that students in the course are mentored to employ professional research techniques. The advanced science students are also expected to present their work in sym-

posia and competitions. During the students’ Junior and Senior years, they may be eligible for up to 12 college credits, Williams said. “I am very proud of the students for all of their hard work,” Williams said, “and I’m excited to see the results of their research as they continue next year.” She added that all students, regardless of academic record, can apply to take this course. She said the only prerequisites are that candidates are diligent and selfmotivated.

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Motorcyclists are now swarming through the area, and this weekend, Rogers Park will be hosting hundreds of them during the Bolton Bikes & Bands event. Both Friday June 8 and Saturday June 9, the park will be filled with crafters and music from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The musical performances will include appearances by the Stony Creek Band, Collette and the Mudcats and the Stephen L. Smith Band. WCKM 98.5 radio will be broadcasting live from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. For details, contact the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce at 644-3831.

Bridal expo at library The Bolton Library is inviting area citizens to share their wedding plans and wedding memories at a bridal party set for Saturday, June 16 beginning at 2 p.m. The library will be hosting consultants in hair styling,

cosmetics, wedding photography and flower arrangements. Vintage wedding dresses and memorabilia will be on display. Those attending are asked are asked to share their wedding photos and wear their dresses. Wedding cake and refreshments will be served. RSVP to Emma at 644-3128 or Megan at 6442233.

Volunteers needed Warren County will be hosting the Centurion Cycling event the weekend of June 22 to 24, and volunteers are now being sought. Thousands of twowheeled enthusiasts are expected for the event, and volunteers are considered to the success of the weekend. Non-profit groups who have 25 or more volunteers serving will receive a $500 donation to their group’s treasury. Volunteers are needed for the following duties and roles: registration clerks,

Historical event A re-enactment of a French and Indian War encampment on the shore of Lake George will be held in Rogers Park June 16 and 17 on the site of the historic rendezvous point. The event is complete with battles, colonial dances — as participants re-live 18th century daily activities. The weekend will offer a variety of 18th century merchants, and antique blanket appraisals will be conducted on the spot. Those attending will have the opportunity to watch cooking, carpentry and weapon demonstrations as traditional in the 18th century. Special activities will be offered for children. On Friday June 16, a bateaux fleet and cannons will arrive, and on Saturday, the public is invited to participate in a Colonial dance. For a complete list of activities and times, see: www.boltonchamber.com or call 644-3831.

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