LODI, N.J. — Girl Scouts from the Felician School in Lodi learned about water with representatives from Suez Water, in Paramus.
Suez, formerly United Water, went onsite at the school and gave a lesson about how people use water in their everyday lives. The girls made bracelets with beads that represented different topics concerning water. They also received information on water-saving tips. At the end of the program the girls were able to add another badge to their uniforms.
The program is one of several Suez brings to classrooms and community groups about water. Tours of the facility are also available.
The Felician School is a state-approved nonprofit school which has provided services for students with special needs for over 40 years. The school is located at 260 South Main St.
Click here for more information about the school. Click here for more information about Suez Water's school programs, call 800-664-4552, ext. 3211, or email email@example.com. Advanced registration is required for all programs.
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