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EPA Official Will Celebrate World Water Monitoring Day With Chatham H.S. Students
Release Date: 10/16/2003
Contact Information: David Deegan, EPA Press Office, 617-918-1017
As part of the national celebration of World Water Monitoring Day, EPA New England’s Director of the Office of Ecosystem Protection, Linda M. Murphy will join a Chatham High School chemistry class and perform water quality monitoring of Frost Fish Creek. World Water Monitoring Day, which officially takes place on Oct 18, is designed to educate people worldwide about the value of clean water and the role of water quality monitoring. Chatham High School students have been monitoring Frost Fish Creek weekly under the direction of Jean Avery since 1994.
When: Fri. Oct.17, 2003
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Place: Chatham High School
425 Crowell Road
Who: Linda M. Murphy, Director of Office of Ecosystem Protection, EPA New England
Jean Avery, Chemistry Teacher, Chatham High School
Directions: Route 6 to Exit 11
Left on Route 137, go to end (to Route 28)
Left on Rt. 28
Left at first traffic light (Crowell Road)
Chatham High School is on left. Go to main office.