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Press Release:
May 20, 2017 - Basking Ridge, New Jersey

Following up on the successful launch of the Somerset Hills History Coloring Book, T3 Consortium, LLC has partnered with local organizations to present a new book entitled "The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project" a 140 page keepsake collection of artwork, stories, poems, and drawings from young residents of Basking Ridge. The book will sell for $24.95. T3 Consortium has also agreed to donate a portion of the proceeds to a local history scholarship fund.

The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project

To celebrate the 600-year life of the oldest white oak tree in North America, the children of Bernards Township have joined together to honor the historic Basking Ridge great white oak tree in writing and in art. The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project sought students from kindergarten through high school to participate in The Historical Society of Somerset Hills “Tree Views” writing contestand the William Annin Tree Shirt Contest & Fundraiser. The essay premise was that students would write as if they were the historic oak and describe events they felt notable. Every school in Bernards Township participated including Cedar Hill School, Liberty Corner School, Mount Prospect School, Oak Street School, William Annin Middle School, Ridge High School, and the St. James Catholic Elementary School. The tree shirt contest raised over $5440 selling tee shirts while the Historical Society presented a $500 scholarship to the High School essay winner.

Front Cover - the Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project

Image: Front cover of The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project

Rear Cover - The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project

Image:  Back cover of The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project


The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project was made possible with the support of a few noteworthy volunteers; Melanie Dupuis from the Bernards Township William Anne in Middle School, Meg Wastie, Trustee at the Historical Society of the Somerset Hills and Brooks Betz, the book editor and program chair at the The Historical Society of the Somerset Hills. All of them volunteered their personal time to create the programs and worked with the children that created this most memorable collection. A thank you also to Kristin Fox, the Bernards Township Public School K-12 Social Studies Supervisor for her coordination efforts and continued support. Lastly, thanks  to The Historical Society of the Somerset Hills (THSSH) and the Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church (BRPC) who have been iconic anchors to our community and supported this effort.

Reserve Your Copy / No Deposit Required

The plan is to offer The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project via pre-order. There will be a number of outlets where you will be allowed to sign up for and pick up your book including The Historical Society of the Somerset Hills, The Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church, the Bernards Township Schools via Friday Folder and more.

We are trying to keep the purchase price down but still publish the book in America which costs more to produce but this effort is worth it! The small number of runs also adds to the cost, but we hope you'll realize what a great collection this is.

To reserve your copies now, just fill out the form below and we'll be in touch as soon as The Basking Ridge Historic Oak Tree Project is available. The tentative release date will be in early June 2017. For additional information, please Click Here.

 

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