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Autumn 2003


Hometown News


2003-2004 School Calender in pdf format
2002-2003 School [Calender] in pdf format
[Zone 1][Zone 2] 2003 Recycling Schedules in pdf  format (800k)

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Annual Community Tree Lighting @ The Circle
5 p.m. on December 7 at the Circle. Sponsored by Mayor's Celebration Committee. 
[2003 Photos] [2002 photos[2001 photos][2000 photos]




Photos with Santa
Sunday, December 7 from noon to 4 p.m. at Bill O'Shea's Florists,
in association with Bob Major Photography.
[2003 Photos]   [2002 Photos]  [2001 Photos]



Grand Re-Opening & Annual Open House
Heights Flower Shoppe held their Grand Re-opening and Annual Open House
on December 7th, 2003 [Photos]




First Snow Storm Hits Dec 5-6, 2003
*Dec. 5-6 [Photos]   If it seems like deja vu all over again...   [Snow Storm Dec. 5, 2002]




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Annual Chamber Holiday Parade

The biggest and best Chamber Parade kicked-off at 7:00 p.m. on a rainy November 28. There were floats, marching bands, antique cars, fire trucks -- Plus Santa! Santa also visited with the children at the Senior Center immediately after the parade.
[Group 1][Group 2][Group 3]


WOR's Ralph Snodsmith
Visits O'Shea's Open House

Did anyone have a gardening question?  Ralph Snodsmith made a special guest appearance at Bill O'Shea's Open House from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on November 23, 2003.  Mr. Snodsmith provided some his on-air stories, answered questions and signed autographs. [Photos]




Mason's Cornerstone Ceremony
for the the new Public Safety Building (Police, Fire & Court) was held at Hamilton Ave.,
Sunday, November 23 at 1:30 p.m. Photos [Group 1][Group 2]
Similar ceremony that was held for New Boro Hall [Program][Ceremony] March 2, 2003




Free Public Library On The Move
[Photos of move] November 17-18




Veterans Day Service
was held on November 11 at 11 a.m. 2003 Photos




Annual CROP WALK
The entire community was invited to attend this year's CROP Walk on Sunday, November 9, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the First Reformed Church. 
The 2.4 mile route was along Burton & Oak Grove.  Refreshments were served. The CROP WALK is an interfaith community event that helps local food pantries and food banks, offers shelter for refugees and displaced families, and provides food and water in parts of Africa where drought related famine imperils millions of families.
Neighbors walked to support world wide programs to help eliminate poverty and hander.
For information all Liz at 201-393-0628
Sunday,

[CROP Walk 2003][CROP Walk 2002][CROP Walk 2001]



Hasbrouck Heights Halloween 2003

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Ragamuffin Parade
@ Masonic Hall
The Boulevard
@ Municipal Complex
Puppet Show

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Decorations
Spooky Halloween
Pumkpin-fest
Inflatables & Night

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Boulevard Window Painting
Group 1   Group 2   Winners

Halloween Decorations 2002 [1][2]    2001 [Day] [Night]    2000  [Decorations]
Window Painting --  2002 [1][2][3][4]   2001[1][2][3]   2000 [1][2]  1999 [1][2][3]
Ragamuffin Parade -- 2002 [1][2]   2001[1][2]   [2000]

Halloween Safety Tips



HHFD Conduct Live Fire Exercises
On Sunday morning at 6:00 a.m. on October 26, 2003, the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department went "out of service" to conduct "live fire training" at the Middletown Towonship Bolunteer Fire Deaprt Training Academy.  Story and photos [Group 1 -- Venting] [Group 2 -- Smokehouse]





"Read To Achieve" Scores Big
NJ Nets superstars took on Hasbrouck Heights third graders from Corpus Christi, Euclid and Lincoln Schools at the Free Public Library  (Division Ave.) on Monday morning, October 20, 2003.
Reading won!  [Photos & Story][More photos]




Town Day 2003
Saturday,  October 11 at Woodland Park. from 10:30 to 3 p.m.. 
Non-commercial community organizations showcased their activitie.  Refreshments.
  Photos [2003] [2002] [2001] [2000] [1999]




"Care on the Corner" Celebration Day
The ministry of the Episcopal Church of St. John the Divine officially opened it's "Care on the Corner" during celebration and recognition ceremonies held October 11, 2003, at 333 Franklin Avenue in Hasbrouck Heights. "Care on the Corner" is a resource center providing social services for the under-served and under-represented people in this area. www.careonthecorner.org
[Photos & story]






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9-11 Memorial Service
A solemn 9-11 Memorial Ceremony was held Thursday, September 11, 2003 at the Fireman's Memorial (Boulevard/Circle)   The program was presented by The Hasbrouck Heights Clergy and Mayor William J. Torre. Local veterans & scouts provided the Honor Guard. [Story & photos][Fels Perspective]



The Big Move -- Take a tour of the New Municipal Complex
[Moving into Municipal Offices][Library & Senior Center][Library Big Room][Basement]
Effective September 9, 2003 the New Municipal Offices located at Boulevard and Central, will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m..  All phone numbers will remain the same.  [1st M/C Meeting]
"Raising the Flag" at New Boro Hall on September 12, 2003 [Photos]

New Municipal Complex Dedication was held October 18 at 2 p.m.,
followed by a building tour and refreshments in the new Senior Citizen Center.

Boro Hall Ribbon Cutting    Senior Center & Prayers     Remarks by Mayor Torre


Good Neighbor Day -- Food Drive
was held September 3 at Bill O'Shea's Florist --  Food Drive benefited CFA 
[First group of photos][Second group of photos][CFA & Channel 12 News]





2003 MDA Labor Day Telethon

2003 Photos [1][2]





Perry Award Nominations
The Corpus Christi Community Theatre ahs been nominated by RECT (Recognition of Excellence in Community Theater) for five Perry Awards. The Perry Awards are the "Tony's of community theatre. This year 180 shows were reviewed. The fall production of"Don't Drink the Water" was chosen as one of the top seven productions in NJ. Awards will presented on September 28.
Nominations:
Outstanding Production of a Play
Outstanding Direction -- Bob Shindle
Outstanding Costume Design - Linda Ziegler
Outstanding Properties -- Geri Berhain
Outstanding Set Design - Bob Shindle





FAA proposes lifting 100,000 pound limit at Teterboro Airport
Assemblywoman Rose Heck held public meeting July 28, 7 p.m. at VFW  [Details w/photos*]

Heck sends 4,000 signatures to FAA opposing plans to increase aircraft size -- August 14, 2003
Sample letter to FAA in Word format -- Due August 15, 2003
Congress Steve Rothman's [Press release] July 24, 2003
PA Commits to fight FAA [Press Release in Word format] July 31, 2003
PA girding for battle over 737s at Teterboro [Record story]  July 30, 2003
PA Says No [Press release in Word format] August 19, 2003
PA Chair says "No Heavier Jets Using Teterboro" [Record] August 24, 2003



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The Big Chair
The Hasbrouck Heights Free Public Library has a new addition to the Children's Room.   Children are welcome to come by and visit.  The Big Chair




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HHFD Ready for First Response
The Hasbrouck Height Police Department held training at the Franklin School Gym on July 10, 2003.  Included in the training was preparation for chemical & biological accidents that may occur in Hasbrouck Heights, or to respond to a terrorist attack in the area.  In preparation for such incidents, each radio car has been equipped with a special suit and members of the HHPD learned the correct procedures in putting it on during an emergency.  First Response Training



Senior Citizens Picnic
was held on July 10, 2003 at Woodland Park and included plenty of food, entertainment, games and prizes.
Catering was provided by Henry's Meat & Delicatessen
Menu includes hot dogs, chicken, sausage & peppers, salads & desserts, soda, coffee & tea.
Entertainment was provided by
The Music Man Peter Liberman
2003 photos [Group 1][Group 2]
[2002 photos] 2001 photos [Group1] [Group2]




The Annual July 4th Children's Parade
July 4, 2003, 9:30 a.m. @  Washington & Burton -- Sponsored by Mayor's Celebration Committee.
2003 Photos [General][Parade][Winners]




* 20th Annual Fireworks Program
Wednesday, July 2 at Depken Athletic Field.
Festivities started at 8 p.m. Sponsored by HH Lions Club. 
2003 [Story + Fireworks + Movies] [Setting up the display] [Detonation Zone]
1999 event photos [1][2][3]




* Annual Little League Picnic
The HHLL held its Annual Picnic for the 350 town families involved in the 2003 season on Saturday June 28, 2003 from noon to 6:00 p.m. at the Little League Complex. Families enjoyed plenty of grilled foods and cold drinks.  There were three amusements, games and face painting. Trophy presentations were made. Nice way to end the regular season. [2003 Picnic]

This year, the HHLL has 6 All-Star teams (involving 80 players) in tournament play that has just
begun and will continue 'til about August 1st.  Our town has also been selected as a neutral site to host 4 baseball games that are part of the national Williamsport tournament.



Farmers Market Fourth Season

Every Tuesday afternoon at The Boulevard & Washington Ave.
12-6 p.m. from June 17 to September 30.
Farmers George Asprocolus and Bob Von Thun returned,  plus we got a pickle man this year.
[2003 Photos] [2002 Photos][2001 Photos][2000 Photos]



Veteran's Memorial Walkway
Engraved brick pavers with Veteran's names were placed in a Memorial Walkway in Veterans Park on Terrace Ave & Passaic. Memorial Day Dedication was postponed to Saturday, June 14 at 11 a.m..
[Story & photos]  [Brick pavers construction]



C21 brings in Flag Day
It was red, white and blue on the morning of Flag Day June 14th, where just about every home in Hasbrouck Heights had an flag on their front lawn compliments of Century 21/Eudan Realty.   Additionally, just about every home in town pesented their own American flag, and some even displayed their service and state flags. [Photo]



Hitchcock Field
This is the same turf used at Giant Stadium. Field is used by Recreation Department Soccer teams as well as high school and middle school physical education programs. Cost was $450,000. Many local companies and organization donated to the project.   Here is a quick tour of the field behind the Jr./Sr. High School [Photos]





* Double Wetdown
HHFD christens Engine #1 & EMS #2  June 7 -- [Photos & Story]


Movies included in this story --
Breaking champagne bottle on EMS#2   (220k)       Water fight  (500k)



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* HHFD Conduct Live Fire Exercises
On Sunday morning at 6:00 a.m. on June 1, 2003, the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department went "out of service" to conduct "live fire training" . Story and photos [Group 1][Group 2]

Movies included in this story --  Arriving on the scene (1 meg)
Ready to enter the building (500k)      Starting the fire (250k)      Hose venting  (300k)



Memorial Day Service
A Memorial Day Service was held at 11:00 a.m.on May 26 at the Am. Legion Post  [Photos]

Because of the heavy rain, the Annual Memorial Day Parade was cancelled.



* Memorial Weekend Bike Marathon
Annual 24-hour Bicycle Marathon for Hasbrouck Heights sixth through ninth graders was held at Depken Athletic Field May 24-25.  Photos of nighttime May 24, 2003
2003 mpeg's of:  [At bend/scoreboard] [At pit-stop]

2002 mpeg of Champion Lap     2002 Photos [1][2]   2001 Photos [1][2]     2000 Photos [1][2]





* "
The Wright Stuff"
Teterboro Airport celebrates 100 years of aviation.  [Index] to about 200 photos and movies of the Wright "B" Flyer being assembled in Teterboro Airport during Memorial Day Weekend for the historic 1909 re-enactment flight around the Statue of Liberty.   Wright "B' Flyer Movie


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FAA proposes lifting 100,000 pound limit at Teterboro Airport

PA chair tells FAA head --heavier planes have no place at Teterboro Airport
October 30, 2003 -- Port Authority Chairman Anthony R. Coscia told Federal Aviation Administrator that the Port Authority will continue to fight the FAA’s proposed policy that would force planes as large as Boeing 737s to land at Teterboro Airport. [Story]
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Rose Heck held a public meeting Monday, July 28, at VFW [Details w/photos]
Sample letter to FAA in Word format -- Due August 15, 2003
Congress Steve Rothman's [Press release] July 24, 2003
PA Commits to fight FAA [Press release in Word format] July 31, 2003
PA girding for battle over 737s at Teterboro [Record story] July 30, 2003
PA Says No [Press release in Word format] August 19, 2003
PA Chair says "No Heavier Jets Using Teterboro" [Record] August 24, 2003

 

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Announcements

[Zone 1][Zone 2] 2003 Recycling Schedules in pdf  format (800k)

2003-2004 School [Calender] in pdf format
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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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 2003

Check your Church Bulletin for More Holiday Activities

Annual VFW New Years Eve Gala
At the Post on December 31.  Black Tie Optional. Tickets -- $75 per person. 
Starts 7:00 p.m. Includes cocktail hour, prime rib dinner, beer, wine & soda table set-ups, dancing to the"Andy Ray Trio", open bar plus favors & noise makers. Call Post before December 17 for reservations at 201-288-1112.



HHFD Takes Santa For a Ride
Boys & Girls -- Santa’s Schedule on Sunday, December 21:
Collins & Baldwin - 4:00 p.m.
Hasbrouck & Ottawa - 4:30 p.m.
Paterson & Burton - 5:00 p.m.
Oak Grove & La Salle - 5:30 p.m.
Oak Grove & Jefferson - 6:05 p.m.
Oldfield & Division - 6:35 p.m.
Cleveland & Summit
- 7:05 p.m.

[2002]
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
But especially at the Holiday -- you can help. Friendly Neighbors  has been assisting the welfare of the borough and helping our neighbors in need for over 60 years. All information is confidential. Please send your generous contribution to: Pat Boer, Treasurer, 307 Roosevelt Ave. HH. Friendly Neighbors is sponsored by the HH Council of Churches. [Info]



Holiday Toy/Clothing Drive
Let’s help to make the upcoming holiday season a little bit brighter for those in need. Weiner-Ludwig (237 Boulevard) will be collecting donations of new unwrapped items which will be delivered to the Kiwanis Club and Bergen County Comm. Action Center. Toys, games, puzzles, dolls, hats, scarves, gloves for seniors are welcome. Call   201-288-9044 for more information.



Holiday Decorating Contest
Stroll the Boulevard and check out the holiday window displays. Ho. Ho. Ho. Hop in your sleigh and join the fun. Check out the festive displays in your neighborhood with yards, homes, lamp posts and doors seasonally dressed for the holidays. Contest starts mid-December. Judging is December 13 & 14, with final selection on December 15.
2002 Night time [1][2][3]     Day Time [1][2]         Inflatable Displays [1]
Door Displays [1]   Scenes Around Town [1]    Night Boulevard [1][2]


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


Note: Due to the Snow Storm
these events have been re-scheduled to December 14th

he New Free Public Library dedication is December 7 at 2 p.m. -- Public welcome.
"Hands Across the Heights"
Sunday, Dec. 7 at 1 p.m. the last book will be passed hand-to-hand from the old library to the new.  Rain or shine.  300 volunteers are needed.  Call Library 201-288-0484 to sign up.

Annual Community Tree Lighting @ The Circle
5 p.m. on December 7 at the Circle. Sponsored by Mayor's Celebration Committee. 
[2002 photos[2001 photos][2000 photos]



Photos with Santa
Sunday, December 7 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Bill O'Shea's Florists,
in association with Bob Major Photography.
2001 [Photos]



Santa To Visit Teterboro -- Canceled
On Saturday, December 6 at about 10:30 a.m., Santa and his elves will arrive by helicopter at the Aviation Hall of Fame. Children of all ages welcome. [2002 photos]



Annual VFW Christmas Dinner Dance
At the Post on December 5th at 7:00 p.m.  Tickets -- $25.
Includes dinner, dancing and open bar. Call Post for reservations at 201-288-1112


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November 2003

Annual Chamber Holiday Parade
The biggest and best Chamber Parade kicks-off at 7:00 p.m. on November 28. Floats. Marching bands. Antique cars. Fire Trucks. Plus Santa! Don’t miss this one!   Santa will visit with the children in the Senior Center (320 Boulevard) immediately after the parade.

Previous Chamber Christmas Parades -- 2002 [1][2][3]     2001[1][2]   2000 [1][2]  [1999]



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 28.





Mason's Cornerstone Ceremony for new Public Safety Building (Police, Fire & Court)
will be held at Hamilton Avenue on Sunday, November 23 at 1:30 p.m.  Public invited.
Similar ceremony that was held for New Boro Hall [Program][Ceremony] March 2, 2003


Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast
The Hasbrouck Heights Kiwanis Club will be holding its annual Pancake Breakfast on Sunday November 23, 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….




Veterans Day Service

The will be a brief Veterans Day Service at Veterans Park (Terrace & Passaic)
on November 11 at 11 a.m.   Public welcome. [2002][2001][2000]





Annual CROP WALK
The entire community is invited to attend this year's CROP Walk on Sunday, November 9, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the First Reformed Church.  The CROP WALK is an interfaith community event that helps local food pantries and food banks, offers shelter for refugees and displaced families, and provides food and water in parts of Africa where drought related famine imperils millions of families.
Make a difference in our community and the world.  Walk with your neighbors to support world wide programs to help eliminate poverty and hander. For information all Liz   at 201-393-0628
[CROP Walk 2003]  Previous photos [2002][2001]




$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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October 2003


Scare up some Halloween fun! Take a walk and see all
the spooky and creepy Halloween ghosts, ghouls, witches
& pumpkin displays that haunt your neighborhood.

2003 Decorations   Spooky Halloween  Pumkpin-fest  Inflatables & Night
Halloween Decorations 2002 [1][2]     2001 [Day] [Night]    2000   [Decorations]



On Halloween Day -- Bob Major Photography (164 Franklin)
will take free photos of costumed children between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.


Inductees Selected For Hall of Fame

The Hasbrouck Heights Education Foundation and the Hasbrouck Heights Athletic Department have planned the 2nd Annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Dinner for October 30, 2003 at the Landmark. Arthur Cebrowski, Barbara Kiefer Smith will be inducted for their academic achievements. Raymond Koch and Herbert Weisser will be inducted for both academic and athletic achievement. Athletic Hall of Fame inductees will be: Alan Pheifer, Eugene Dinallo, Bill Linnell, Gerry Dinallo, Eddie Mabel, Bob Leckie, John Krommenhock, Marc Fioravanti, Bobby Fioravanti, Kip Vernaglia, Ken Zahn and Paige Fuller. The 1945 and 1972 Football Teams will also be inducted.

Tickets are $65 and can be purchased by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the HHEF, P.O. Box 123, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604. Tickets can also be purchased at the Board of Education, HHHS and Eudan Century 21 Real Estate. For more information email Joyce at joycee21eudan@aol.com.



10th Annual Window Painting Contest

Stroll The Boulevard during late-October where local businesses in conjunction with the three grammar school PTA’s are sponsoring the 10th Annual Halloween Window Painting Contest. Over 300 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students paint a Halloween theme illustration on a space provided by Boulevard businesses.
Graphics are judged upon originality and artistic expression. Winners from each grade receive 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Ribbons. All participants receive ribbons.

Event is sponsored by: Hasbrouck Heights Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with
2003 Home School Association chairs: Sue Picheria & Linda Santangelo (Corpus Christi), and
PTA chairs: Laura French (Lincoln) and Cheryl Cutruzzula & Cindy Stinson (Euclid).

Halloween Window Painting --  2002 [1][2][3][4]   2001[1][2][3]   2000 [1][2]  1999 [1][2][3]



Annual Ragamuffin Parade

On Saturday, October 25, 2003 the Annual Ragamuffin Parade will begin at 1 p.m. at Masonic Hall (Division & Boulevard) -- then march along The Boulevard to the New Municipal
Complex at 320 Boulevard for a "boo-ti-ful good time".  Participants can join the parade at any time along the route. This year’s entertainment will feature "Peppermint Puppeteers". Light refreshments
.Sponsored by the Mayor’s Celebration Committee. 

Ragamuffin Parade -- 2002 [1][2]   2001[1][2]   [2000]




Preview the film Thirty-Six
The VFW Post 4591 welcomes you to the private screening of Thirty-Six, a documentary film. In 1966, during the course of three months, commencing in October and ending in December, three natives to the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey: Thomas James Holden, Michael Joseph Macarell, and Robert Gandil; lost their lives while serving their country during the Vietnam War. On October 27, 2002, some thirty-six years later, the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights gathered to dedicate a memorial to the three men, and pay tribute to those heroes of war. [More info about film]

The film is scheduled for 12 noon on October 26, 2003 .
The master of ceremonies will be Dan Vecchio.



Corpus Christi Community Theatre presents
"The Mystery of Edwin Drood", the Solve-It-Yourself Broadway Musical
215 Kipp Ave., Hasbrouck Heights
Six Performances:  Fridays, October 24 and 31 at 8 p.m.; Saturdays, October 25 and November 1 at 8 p.m.; and Sundays, October 26 and November 2 at 3 p.m.
Tickets are $12 for adults; $8 for children & seniors. 
Buy a $12 adult ticket for Friday, Oct. 24 or 31 and get a second adult ticket for half price ($6).
Tickets go on sale Sunday, September 14th.  Call 201-288-5986. [More]




Care On the Corner
Open House is Saturday, October 11th, 333 Franklin Ave. from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.   Activites include art exhibit, children's poetry reading, art projects and community concert at 4 p.m.  For more info call 201-288-9460

Care On the Corner is a social services organization whose mission is to provide for the needs of the under-served and under-represented population in this area.  The purpose is to develop and provide resources that link people of varying backgrounds to services needed to improve their lives.


September 2003

Town Day 2003
Saturday, September 27 at Woodland Park. from 10:30 to 3 p.m..  Rain Date is October 11.
Community organizations showcase their group.  Free tables available.   Non-commercial. Refreshments.  Call 201-288-4143.  Previous photos [2002] [2001] [2000] [1999]




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WTC Remembered
Thursday, September 11 -- A Candlelight Procession along Burton to the Circle will begin at 7:00 at from Corpus Christi Church, proceed along Burton Avenue to include First Reformed Church, St. John the Divine, Holy Trinity Lutheran, United Methodist, Euclid School and proceed to The Circle for a Memorial Service at 7:45 p.m.. Bring flashlights.  Food donations accepted at each church before the procession.
2002 photos: [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]


2001 Photos:
[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]




School Re-opens September 3, 2003


English as a Second Language
Registration and testing for placement for free adult ESL Classes will be held from 7-9 p.m. on September 3 and September 10 at St. John the Divine Church.  All new and returning students must be registered.  New students must also be tested on one of these evenings.  Classes will be begin on Wednesday, September 17 and will be held every Wednesday from 7-9 p.m..  Instruction in English will be offered at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.  Textbooks are $25.  For more info call 201-288-0002 or 201-288.9460.  [Photo of  2002 Class][Photo of 2001 Class]


Free Roses  -  Bring Food
On September 4 @ Circle, Bill O'Shea's Florist will give away 500 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 2002 [Event] [Participants][Story]



MDA Labor Day Telethon
Photos of 2002 [1][2]   [2001]  [2000]   [1999]

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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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