Thousands of reusable water bottles distributed across school district – Union News Daily


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ROSELLE PARK, NJ – On Friday, October 7, Roselle Park distributed nearly 2,000 reusable water bottles throughout the Roselle Park School District. Students at all elementary schools, Roselle Park Middle School and Roselle Park High School received bottled water.
This donation is part of an initiative to guide the children and families of Roselle Park towards a more sustainable and environmentally friendly lifestyle. Mayor Joseph Signorello III, Council Speaker Joe Petrosky, General Counsel Joe Signorello Jr. and Councilman Jay Robaina were on hand to help distribute water bottles.

“The borough is always looking for ways to help its citizens reduce their impact on the environment,” said the mayor. “While these water bottles are just a small step in the right direction, I’m glad the kids of Roselle Park now have a way to do their part to help our environment.”

Roselle Park clean communities coordinator Rupen Shah said he was looking forward to it. “As the Borough’s Clean Communities Coordinator, I take great pride in organizing these initiatives for our residents,” he said. “Distributing these water bottles throughout the school district was no easy task, so I thank everyone who made this possible. Together, we can create a better, more sustainable future for Roselle Park!

Photos courtesy of Antoinette Gingerelli


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