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Autumn 2002

Hometown News

2002-2003 School [Calender] in pdf format

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Annual Chamber Parade
Biggest & Best Ever Annual Chamber Parade started at 7:00 p.m. on Friday Night November 29.
Leading the parade were the Port Authority Police with motorcycles, Honor Guard and bagpipers.
The parade also featured nine marching band; ten large floats and eight smaller floats;
fire trucks -- plus Santa!             2002 Parade [Group 1] [Group 2][Group 3]



Photos with Santa
Santa Claus visited the North Pole Workshop at Bill O'Shea's Florist on Sunday, November 24, 2002.
Bob Major Photography provided FREE photo's with Santa.
Photos [Group 1][Group 2]



Kiwanis Install New Officers "50th Anniversary Year"
The Kiwanis Club of Hasbrouck Heights held its installation of officers at the Crow’s Nest in Hackensack.
Dr. Burnett Eglow presided over the ceremony and installed the following officers; President Colleen Jarvis, First Vice President James Jarvis, Second Vice President Barbara Smith, Secretary Peter Gallo, Treasurer Marie Gallo. [Story]



Veterans Day Service
Was Held at11 am, Nov.11 at Veterans Memorial.
[2002 Photos] [2001 Photos][2000 Photos]




CROP Walk

Sunday, November 3 the Churches of HH sponsored a CROP WALK to eradicate hunger and homelessness.  Refreshments were served. [2002 Photos] [2001 photos]


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Ragamuffin Parade 10/26
Photos [1][2]

Hasbrouck Heights
Halloween

Decorations
[Group 1]
[Group 2]

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Boulevard Window Painting Random Selections
[1][2][3][4]
[Winners]




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Vietnam War Memorial Dedication
On Sunday, October 27, 2002 at 2:00 p.m, a Vietnam War Memorial Dedication to the Memory of Robert P. Gandil, Thomas J. Holden and Michael J. Macarell was held at the Veterans Memorial Park.

[Story & Photo][Photo 2][Biography][Proclamation]
[Acknowledgements]




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Don't Drink The Water
Performances: Friday, October 18, 2002 thru Sunday, October 27, 2002
This Woody Allen Comedy centers around an American family that takes refuge in an American Embassy in a country that lies somewhere behind the iron curtain. Between the hair-brained son of the Ambassador and the scared priest, the Hollanders have very little hope of returning home to Newark. [Photos]




Blessing of the Animals
was held Sunday, October 6th, 2002 with a 10:00 a.m. Service @ St. John the Divine.
Event was open to public. [Photos]



Town Day 2002
Town Day was held at Woodland Park on September 28 -- from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free hot dogs & Soda.
Event was coordinated by Bob Brady, Director of Recreation.
[2002 Photos]  [2001 Photos]  [2000 Photos]




HHFD Training Exercises
The Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department conducted exercises on September 22, 2002 in a Jefferson Avenue house slated for demolition.    The maneuvers  included (1) Search and rescue, (2) Hose training and (3) venting roof.  Photos [Group 1][Group 2]




Kiwanis Announces 50th Anniversary
The men and women of the Kiwanis Club of Hasbrouck Heights-Teterboro are celebrating our Fiftieth Anniversary as a community service organization in 2003. [Story]




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WTC Remembered
A Candlelight Procession along Burton to the Circle began at 7:00 at from Corpus Christi Church. 
followed by a Memorial Service at The Circle.
[Start at Kipp][Down Passaic to Circle][Memorial Service][Public at Service]
[General community photos][Middle School Patriotic Tribute Day]

Karen Fels Photos [Procession][Service at Circle]


9-11 Tragedy

  [9/15/01 Candle Light Vigil]    [Community info][Pics]    [Karen Fels Perspective]
[Flag History- Rose Heck]    [K Castora Perspective]  [Heights School Reaction]  
[Angels Walk Among Us]


Patriotic Displays 2002
Photos taken around town representing some of the many displays of patriotism.[1]


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Bill O'Shea's 7th Annual Good Neighbor Day
Area residents had an unprecedented opportunity to meet each other, make new friends and renew acquaintances on Wednesday, September 4, when Bill O'Shea's Florist hosted the 7th Annual Good Neighbor Day. 12,000 roses were given away absolutely free.  Residents were also invited to make a food donation for the  Center For Food Action (CFA).  This year 326 bags of food help restock the pantry, and  $366 in cash contributions were received.

Good Neighbor Day 2002 [Event photos] [Photos of participants][Story]


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Assemblywoman Rose Marie Heck was showered with accolades by the Center For Food Action (CFA). Thelma Fedele said, "It is particularly fitting to honor her publicly on Good Neighbor Day, because she has been a good neighbor by raising awareness for the need of food donation  in Bergen County.  Go to presentation story and photos



HHFD conducts secondary rescue search exercises
On September 3, 2002  the training session the training staff briefed the department on the maneuvers scheduled -- follow the life line through a prepared obstacle course -- simulating a rescue in a collapsed structure environment.  Three trainers carefully supervised the maneuvers to insure full safety through the exercises.  It was emphasized that this was not a speed drill or primary search mission.  The goal was to methodically go through the course, regularly  informing command of their location, constant communications with their partner and changing air tanks.  Photos [Group 1][Group 2]




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HHFD moves to third interim home
Due to the demolotion of old Boro Hall and the construction of the New Public Safety Building,
the HHFD is re-locating for a third time to a new temporary structure located a Central Avenue and the Boulevard. This facility will house all the HHFD vehicles. A trailer behind the tent will be used for fire department offices.
  The units to refresh air packs are stationed in the old temporary Ambulance Butler building located next the the HHPD on Franklin. The move took place September 3, 2002.
Photos [Construction start][Construction finish][Construction details & moving in]




Teachers Breakfast
On September 3, 2002 at 8:00 a.m., the combined staff of the Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education met for an introduction breakfast at the Jr. Sr. High School cafeteria. [Photos]



MDA 2002 Telethon Labor Day Weekend @ VFW
The 2002 Muscular Dystrophy Telethon began Sunday, September 1 at 9 p.m. and ran through Monday September 2, 7 p.m.. The regional pledge center located at VFW Post 4591 served Northern NJ, Manhattan and Staten Island.   It was reported that $337,470 was processed at this location.

Photos [First Group][Second Group]

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Kiwanis Receives Awards
At the annual New Jersey District Convention, held in Egg Harbor Township in August 2002, the Hasbrouck Heights Kiwanis won the most distinguished President’s award, which was given to past President Vincent Costa, and most distinguished Secretary awarded to Peter Gallo. The Hasbrouck Heights-Teterboro Club also won most distinguished Club in the 14th District. [Story]



Tri-State Aviation Expo 2002
Teterboro Airport, August 16 & 17, 2002  -- Sponsored by The NJ Aviation Hall of Fame

The Tri-State Aviation Expo was the first event of its kind in the NYC area. It's purpose was to bring all aspects of aviation together under one roof, pilots, aviation businesses, aviation enthusiasts, model builders, computer flight simmers, and collectors of aviation memorabilia.
Expo Photos  [General][Models][Kitty Hawk Flyer][Trucks & Cars]



SWAT Team Training
The Montclair Police Department conducted SWAT Team Training on August 9, 2002 in a Kipp Avenue house slated for demolition. The training consisted of a series of entry and secure drills -- with each practice lasting just minutes. [Photos]



State officials celebrate
National Farmer's Market Week in Heights
NJ Secretary of Agriculture Charles M. Kuperus visited the 3rd Annual Hasbrouck Heights Farmer's Market at The Boulevard and Washington Avenue on August 6, 2002 as part of National Farmers Market Week. [Story & photos]

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Mac Arthur Avenue House Fire
The Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department responded to a house fire about 11 a.m. on July 24, 2002 at 32 Mac Arthur Avenue. There was Mutual Aid response from Wood-Ridge, Lodi, Moonachie, Wallington, an ambulance from Hackensack and Teaneck's Box 54 Club.  It was reported that the fire was started by a halogen lamp.  No serious injuries were reported.  The occupants were home at the time of the fire. [Photos]



Free Senior Citizens Picnic
July 11th at Woodland Park. Menu included hot dogs, chicken, sausage & peppers, salads & desserts, soda, coffee & tea. Entertainment by Don Anthony.    [2002 photos] 2001 photos [Group1] [Group2]




Farmers Market Third Season
Every Tuesday afternoon at The Boulevard & Washington Ave.
[2002 Photos][2001 Photos][2000 Photos]



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The Annual July 4th Children's Parade
July 4, 2002, 9:30 a.m. @  Washington & Burton
Sponsored by Mayor's Celebration Committee.
2002 [General Photos 1][General Photos 2][Winners]
2001 [Parade][Winners][General photos]
2000 [Winners][General photos]



Angels Walk Among Us
First person account of escaping from the 71st floor of the WTC [Story]

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Announcements

2002-2003 School [Calender] in pdf format

Bingo: Tuesday and Saturday Evenings, 7:30 p.m. in Corpus Christi School Cafeteria.
Thursday evenings at VFW Hall.

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Veteran's Memorial Walkway
Engraved brick pavers with Veteran's names will be placed in a Memorial Walkway in Veterans Park on Terrace Ave & Passaic. Bricks are 4" x 8" with 13 characters per line with a maximum of 3 lines. Cost $50 each.  Place orders by February 1, 2003 for Memorial Day Dedication. Contact Boro Clerk's office at 201-288-0195 for full details.

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Effective 9/9/02:  There will be no through traffic on the 200 block of Hamilton Avenue.
Police may be accessed via the Boulevard, with limited parking at Franklin School Gym.
Senior residence may be accessed via Burton Avenue.


December 2002
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Check your Church Bulletin for More Holiday Activities

Annual VFW New Years Eve Gala
At the Post on December 31.  Tickets -- $70. 
Includes dinner, dancing, open bar plus favors & noise makers. Call Post for reservations at 201-288-1112



HHFD Takes Santa For a Ride
Boys & Girls -- Santa’s Schedule on December 22: Collins & Baldwin, Hasbrouck & Ottawa, Paterson & Burton, Oak Grove & La Salle, Oak Grove & Jefferson, Oldfield & Division, Cleveland & Summit.

December 23, 2001 Photos [Group 1][Group 2] [Santa Waving] 120k mpg with sound
[2000 Photos]



Buy-A-Ribbon and Feed The Hungry
A $10 contribution buys a bright red ribbon with your name on it, placed along the Boulevard beginning Thanksgiving until Valentine’s Day.  Proceeds benefit th
e Center for Food Action. Ribbon placement by Knights: Msgr. Fitzpatrick Council 7041. Order your ribbon at Bill O’Shea’s Florist.
For More Info [www.buy-a-ribbon.com]



Friendly Neighbors Needs Your Help
For over 60 years -- helping neighbors in need. [Info] Please send your generous contributions to:
Mrs. Pat Boer, Treasurer, 307 Roosevelt Ave. HH



Holiday Decorating Contest
Stroll the Boulevard and check out the festive window displays. Take a drive around town and check out yards, homes, lamp posts and doors seasonally decorated. Contest starts mid-December.

2001 Day Time Decorations [Group 1][Group 2][Group 3]
[Holidays Around Town][Night Time Displays]
[Boulevard Decorations]


For The Best Christmas Trees ...
Beautiful trees, wreaths and branches are available at:

HH Men’s Association -- located at Bill O’Shea’s at the Circle
HH Band Parents Association -- across from Corpus Christi Church

Annual Community Tree Lighting @ The Circle
December 8 at the Circle. Sponsored by Mayor's elebration Committee.  A candlelight procession from Kipp issponsored by the Anti-Drug council and precedes the tree lighting. [2001 photos][2000 photos]



Annual VFW Christmas Dinner Dance
At the Post on December 7th at 7:00 p.m.  Tickets -- $25.
Includes dinner, dancing and open bar. Call Post for reservations at 201-288-1112



Rosary Society Christmas Party
6:30 p.m., Tuesday, December 3 at The Landmark.  Tickets -- $35.
Call Irene: 201-288-2787 or Joan: 201-288-2104



Annual Family Communion Breakfast
At the Fiesta after 9:00 a.m. Mass, December 1.  Tickets -- $15.
Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Call Frank: 201-288-4754 or Pete: 201-288-0276


November 2002
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Annual Chamber Holiday Parade
7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 29 along The Boulevard 
2001 Parade [First group of Photos] [Second group of Photos] [Details]



Treasure Hunt is Back
Stroll the Boulevard. Did you see your name? Did you collect your gift? Participating merchants are donating exciting gifts and placing them in their window for you. Treasure Hunt starts November 29.




Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service

November 24, 4 p.m. at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Burton Avenue.
Featuring the combined choirs of all Heights Churchs.



Photos with Santa
Sunday, November 24 at Bill O'Shea's Open House,
in association with Bob Major Photography.
2001 [Photos]

Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast
The Hasbrouck Heights Kiwanis Club will be holding its annual Pancake Breakfast on Sunday November 24, 8:00am till noon, at the Corpus Christi cafeteria. Tickets are $5.00 each, children under 5 years of age are admitted free.

Tickets can be purchased at: Javris and Jarvis Home Oxygen Service, Dr. Burnett Eglow, Corona Jewelers, Santoro Chiropractic Center, Boulevard Pork Store, Dr. Zach Orden, Minuteman Press and Bill O’Shea’s Florist. They may also be purchased at the door.  All proceeds for Benefit of Community Projects ……Celebrating 50 years of Service to Our Community….



Tricky Tray
will be held at the Corpus Christi School; Cafeteria. on Friday evening, November 22. Tickets $7.
Call Sue at 201-393-0822.  Sponsored by the Corpus Christi Home School Association.



PTSA Tricky Tray Auction
will be held at the VFW Post on Monday November 18 at 6:30 p.m.. Tickets $6 at the door.
Sponsored by the HH Jr. Sr. PTSA. No one under 18 is permitted.



Roman Holiday Dinner Dance
will be held at the VFW November 16 at the Post. Call Modesta at 201-843-2277 or the Post at 288-1112.  Sponsored by Ladies Auxillary.



Fall Rummage Sale
First Refomed Church (Burton & Washington)  on November 15 & 16 from 9:30 a.m. till noon.
Lots of treasures here.



Veterans Day Service

will be held at 11 a.m. on November 11 at Veterans Memorial (Terrace & Passaic)
All are welcome. [2001 photos]




Socks & Underwear Wanted
The Girl Scouts will be collecting packaged socks and underwear for the homeless from October 25 through November 12. A drop-off box for these items will be in the vestibule in the back of the Corpus Christi Chapel.



CROP WALK
The Churches of Hasbrouck Heights will be holding a CROP WALK on Sunday, November 3.
For information: Mary Anne Armellino at 201-288-9091 or John Rizzo at 201-288-5691.



$10 gets a Holiday Red Ribbon on
"The Boulevard" with your name on it!

Your contribution will be used by the Center for Food Action to help our area's needy.
Get application at Bill O'Shea's Florist.    www.buy-a-ribbon.com for more info.


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HHEF  Hall of Fame Dinner
The Hall of Fame Dinner will be held on October 31, 2002 at The Landmark. Ticket price is $65.00 and includes a one-hour cocktail reception and dinner. In addition, all inductees will be honored during half time at the Friday night home game against St. Mary's on November 1.
For more info [Hasbrouck Heights Educational Foundation]



Vietnam Memorial Dedication October 27
2 p.m. Sunday at Passaic & Terrace rain or shine, a Bronze Plaque recognizing the sons of HH killed in Vietnam War will be dedicated.  They are: Robert P. Gandil, Thomas J. Holden and Michael J. Macarell.


Ragamuffin Parade
Scheduled for October 26.   Parade route is Kipp Avenue along The Boulevard to Mason's.
Event is sponsored by the Mayor's Community Celebrations Committee.
Ragamuffin Parade  2001 Photos [1][2]    2000 [Photos]



12th Annual Window Painting Contest
Thousands of area residents enjoy the bright exciting demonstration of creativity that these youngsters offer.
Window painting scheduled for October 23.
2001 Random Selections [1][2] [2001 Story][Winners]
2000 [Random selections] [Winners and Story]
1999 Window Painting Winners [1][2][3]



Turkey Dinner
Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings on Saturday October 19 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the First Reformed Church (Washington & Burton). Tickets $10 adults/$5 Children. Advance sales only. Take out available. Call Pat at 201-288-0534 or church office at 201-288-1122. Deadline is October 15.
Sponsored by The Guild of Reformed Church Women of First Reformed Chruch.

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Public Safety Building Ground Breaking
The Mayor & Council invite the community to attend the ceremony which is scheduled for 2 p.m. October 19, at 248 Hamilton Avenue.





Don't Drink the Water
Corpus Christi Community Theatre presents Woody Allen's comedy Don't Drink the Water.
Dates: October 18, 19, 25, 26 at 8 p.m.,  and October 20, 27 at 3 p.m.
Advance sale tickets are $5 for children & $8 for adults. Tickets at the door cost $10.
Tickets are on sale beginning September 15th.  Call 201-288-5986.



Halloween Costume Party
JWC is sponsoring a Halloween Costume Party on Friday, Oct 18 a the Wood-Ridge Inn from 8 p.m. to midnight. Tickets $25. Contact Maria Beerman at 201-288-0254



Open House
The Hasbrouck Heights 32nd Masonic Dyslexic Learning Center will hold an Open House on Thursday, October 17 at the Dr. Burnett Eglow Media Center  at the Jr/Sr High School from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m..  The pubic is invited to meet the Director of the Center, Maria Torress Kimmins, the staff and observe the students in the classrooms.   Light refreshments will be served.



Atlantic City
Contemporary Club is sponsoring a AC Trip to Bally's on October 15 leavbing Swim Club parking lot at 9:30 a.m. $25 with $13 back in coins. Call Marge at 201-288-8933 or Audrey at 201-288-9051. Space is limited.



Pasta Night
Knights of Columbus will hold their Pasta Night on Monday, October 14 in the school cafeteria at 6 .m..  Adults are $8 and children 10 and under are $4.




Harvest Dinner Dance
Ladies Auxillary VFW Post 4591 will hold a Harvest Dinner Dance at the Post on October12 from 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.. Tickets $25. Includes open bar, pot roast dinner and dancing. Call Helen at 201-288-8920. Benefit Cancer research.



A Day of Dialogue
Sunday, October 6 at 5:00 p.m. at St. John's Parish Hall/Sanctuary and led by Dr. Michael J. Avia, Sojourners Family Resource Center.  Discussion on the 9-11 impact on our lives.



Communion Breakfast
CC Rosary Society will hold it's annual communion breakfast Sunday October 6 at the Fiesta after the 9 a.m. Mass (chapel). Guest speaker topic" St. Anne and Women in the church. Tickets $15. Call Irene at 201-288-2787



Marching Band Competition
October 5 at Depken Field. 10 bands. Starts at 6 p.m.. Tickets $8 at door.   $6 advance. Call Carol Walsh at 201-393-0316

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Photo Contest
JWC is sponsoring a Photo Contest with the winning photo to be displayed on the 2003 Birthday Calendar. This year's theme is "America the Beautiful".   Photos can be color or black & white. Size no larger than 8 1/2 x 11.  No professionals please.  Deadline is October 2d.  Send photo to PO Box 68.



English as a Second Language
10 week session starts Wednesday, October 2nd from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at St. John the Divine Episcopal Church. Mrs. Barbara Smith instructor. 201-288-0002


September 2002
Farmer's Market -- Every Tuesday, Boulevard and Washington Avenue.
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Annual HHFD Fund Drive
The Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department and Ambulance Squad are asking for your continued support.  The Department responds to about 1,600 ambulance request and 650 firecalls per year. This is the HHFD only solicitation for the year.   The Department does not solicit by phone.  As volunteers they receive no salaries or tax exemptions. Letters were delivered about September 20, with a pick up on September 29.  Contributions may be sent to HHFD, PO Box 492, Hasbouck Heights, NJ   07604




Grand Opening Margie's Optical Boutique
September 28 -- from 2 p..m. to 6 p.m. Light refreshments. Raffle.
313 Boulevard. Call Margie for details at 201-393-7120



Town Day

Woodland Park on September 28 -- from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Free hot Dogs & Soda.
Event is coordinated by Bob Brady, Director of Recreation. 201-288-4134
Jr. Woman's Club is sponsoring a Blood Drive at this event. Call Cindy at 201-288-7870.
[2001 Photos]  [2000 Photos]



Bicycle Safety Inspection & Registration
During Town Day,  VFW Post 4591 & HHPD will conduct a bicycle safety inspection and registration program. Serial Numbers will be stamped on bicycle and registered with HHPD. Children must wear safety helmets during the inspection.



Soccer Association Beefsteak
September 27 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. at VFW. Tickets are $45.
Goof Food. DJ. Door Prizes.  Benefit Hitchcock Field

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Steven R. Bizik Memorial Golf Tournament
Wednesday, September 18 at Apple Mountain Golf Club in Belvidere.  $100 fee includes golf, cart, trophies and prizes, full breakfast, lunch and prime rib diner. Call 201-288-5224



9-11 Memorial Vigil
The Clergy of Hasbrouck Heights and Mayor William J. Torre invite all residents to a Memorial Service, Wednesday, September 11, 2002 at the Fireman's Memorial (Boulevard/Circle) with a 20 minutes service starting at 7:45 p.m..    Local veterans & scouts will provide the Honor Guard.

A Candlelight Procession along Burton to the Circle will begin at 7:00 at the following locations:
Corpus Christi Church (Boulevard & Kipp) proceed along Kipp to Burton
First Reformed Church (Washington & Burton)
St. John The Divine Episcopal Church ( Jefferson & Terrace) proceed along Jefferson to Burton
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Hamilton & Burton)
First United Methodist (Burton & Division)
Euclid School (Burton & Passaic)
Please bring your own candle or flashlight.

A food donation will be collected at each Congregation site to replenish the local food pantries.


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Republican Club Picnic
Republican Campaign Fund Picnic at Woodland Park on Sunday Sept. 8, 2002 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Tickets are Adults: $13. Children 12 to 6 yrs. $5.00 -- Children under 5 free.
Menu: Hot dogs, hamburgers, salads, sausage peppers and onions, corn on cob, tomatoes, beer, soda, coffee, tea and desserts.
Entertainment: Keyboard and singer for adults. Pony ride, clowns and  jugglers for children.
NO speeches. Prize drawing.  Tickets and info: Linda: 201-393-9549 or Bill: 201-288-2235



Public Schools Opening

Public Schools to open September 4th



Free Roses  -  Bring Food
On September 4 @ Circle, Bill O'Shea's Florist will give away 1,000 Dozen Roses FREE.
The Center for Food Action will collect basic non-perishable food items such as juice, cereal, canned goods, pasta, baby food, etc.   Items should not be open, expired or in glass jars.
Good Neighbor Day 2001 [1][2][3]


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About Our Neighbors


Andrew Feintuch  -- Hasbrouck Heights Recreation Director - 1999
[Mayor's Eulogy] [Obituary] [Memorial Tribute Photo] [Awards]

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Hasbrouck Heights First Year

Here is a glimpse of our hometown during the first year of the 21st century.    Throughout the year I  had photographed some interesting tableaus reflecting our community life. Take a glance around Hasbrouck Heights, NJ during 2000 A.D., and see some of the people, events and places that  make our town a special place to live and work.

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First Snow of the Century 

[21 photos] around our hometown beginning on January 20, 2000
[Woodland Park] morning of January 21

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Springing into the Century

Spring scenes - Early April [Photos]
Easter decorations [Photos]
Spring surprise [Photos]
Spring scenes - Late April [Photos]
Spring scenes - Late May [Photos]
Spring Flowers 1 [Photos]
Spring Flowers 2 [Photos]




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Summer Time
Memorial Day Parade [Parade]  [Service]  [Honor Roll]
24 hr. Bike Marathon [5- 27 photos]  [5-28 photos
July 4th Children's Parade -- [Winners] [More pics]
Farmer's Market 2000 [1st day pics]
Summer Days [Photos][Scenes Around Town] [Around town #2]
[Backyard Garden]


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Autumn
Good Neighbor Day  @ Bill O'Shea's Florist. 2000 Story [Pics 1][2][3]
MDA Telethon Labor Day Weekend @ VFW -- MDA Photos [1] [2] [3]
2000 Boulevard Window Painting - [Random selections]
[2000 Ragamuffin Parade]
[Halloween Decorations]
[Autumn Scenes][Trees][Flowers]
[Leaf Removal]
Veterans Day [Ceremony]

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Holidays

Holiday Snow Storm 2000 [Photos][Woodland Park]

Holiday Decorations-- [Around Town][Displays]
HHFD takes Santa Around Town [Photos]
Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Circle
Annual Chamber Christmas Parade[Photos 1][Photos 2]
Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service [Photos]
Bill O'Shea's Santa's Workshop [Open House] [w/Santa]

 

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