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Autumn in Hasbrouck Heights


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Doc D'Amico
Halloween in Hasbrouck Heights

Many homes were decorated from the seasonal motif to the bizarre.

Hundreds of children wore wonderful and exciting costumes to school, at parades and visiting neighbors for "Trick or Treat". 

The Boulevard was painted with youthful imagination.

Our Halloween Season was a delight.

[Go to] Lawn Displays
[Go to] Kids dressed for fun
[Go to] Window Painting

See below for winners of [Chamber] sponsored Window Painting Contest.


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Bill O'Shea with Halloween Window Painting Winners

During late October, 1999, the Hasbrouck Heights Chamber of Commerce sponsored the 10th Annual Window Painting Contest on store front windows along The Boulevard. The event was chaired by Bill O'Shea in conjunction with the community parents and teachers. Participating were hundreds of third, fourth and fifth grade students from our local schools. 

Here are the winners:
3rd Grade: Michael Messeri, Jessie Bunone, Julianna Romano, Raymond Hohnecker, Ciara Copell, Carly Steinmetz, Dylan White, Lia Kunnapas   4th Grade: Nicole Onorato, Kate De Maria, Amanda Weiland, Michelle De Marco, Shandra Sorohan, Melissa Gallo, Kyle Generelli, Caitlin Diaz    5th Grade: Daniel Nese, Maggie Krivak, Andrea Borek, Stephanie Gaeta, Tracey Hold, Nicole Chauka and Brielle Marino.


MDA Telethon

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Regional MDA Telethon A Big Success
On September 6, 1999, The Muscular Dystrophy Association held it's Annual Labor Day Telethon with a Telephone Center located at VFW Post 4591.  This regional location served: Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Essex, Morris, Sussex, Somerset, Union, Middlesex as well as Manhattan and Staten Island. Here are some photos of the many volunteers who gave freely of their time and energy.
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Good Neighbor Day

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in Hasbrouck Heights.
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[Photo Gallery 2]
[Photo Gallery 3]


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Lions Club Provided Free Popcorn
(l-r) Lions "Wicky" Jacobus,  Fred Allen and Vic Braun
Town Day 1999

Hundreds enjoyed the Woodland Park setting with ideal weather on October 2, 1999 as the DPW sponsored another successful Town Day.

Plenty of food and soda was provided by the DPW as well as several unique amusements.

Many community organizations participated with table top displays. 

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Photo's by Doc D'Amico

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Seeding Woodland Park soccer field mid-November [Woodland Park]


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Blocks of Henry, Walter and LaSalle Avenues were re-surfaced.  See work  done in November 1999 on LaSalle Avenue. [Click for pics]



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Band Alumni Return to Practice For Giant Stadium Engagement
Color Guard member Rob Carcich
and Euphonium player Chris Halloran, formerly members of the Hasbrouck Heights Marching Band rehearsing at Depken Field Saturday, November 6, 1999 for a  competitive performance at Giant Stadium later that evening.   [Click here for larger photos]


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