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Spring 2001

Hometown News
Bookmark to Ongoing Coverage of: Teterboro,  New Boro Hall, School Expansion, etc.


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Special Olympics Run by HHPD
June 1 at 10:00  from Lodi @ Williams to Shoprite to Wood-Ridge. $5000 generated by HHPD.
[2001 photos][2000 photos]




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Memorial Day Parade
10:00 a.m. May 28 along Terrace Avenue. Ceremony at Monument at 11:00 a.m.
2001 [Parade photos][Service photos][Honor Roll]
2000  [Parade photos][Service photos]



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HHPD/Kundert Volvo Bicycle Marathon
May 26 & 27 at Athletic Field
2001 Event [May 26][May 27][Stats]
2000 Event [Photos 1] [Photos 2][Story][Stats]



Ambulance on loan fills in the gap
Ambulance service was restored Monday afternoon when the borough received a loaner vehicle from Wood-Ridge to replace two undergoing repairs. "At no time were we without [ambulance] coverage," emphasized Borough Administrator Michael Kronyak. "This is why mutual aid works." [Record,  May 22]




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HHFD Annual Inspection
Full dress and equipments inspection at Masonic Hall, May 19, 7 p.m.
[2001 Inspection photos]
[HHFD][2000 Inspection photos]





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Semi-Annual Library Book, Bake and Street Sale
May 19 (rd May 26) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tables were available for $15. [Photos]





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7a.jpg (12190 bytes) On May 15th, Heights students experienced "driving under the influence" with special goggles that simulated the effects of .07/.08% and also .18/.19% alcohol levels.
[Photos 2001][Photos 2000]


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St. John the Divine held its Annual Plant Sale/Flea Market on sunny May 5. Top quality nursery grown plants and a large selection of hanging pots were for sale. There were several flea market dealers offering items from new clothes, sox and various items. Refreshments were available.
[Photos]




Homeowners insulted by borough's offer
The Borough Council voted Tuesday to provide limited financial assistance for homes damaged by spillage and contamination from a clogged sewer line, but residents who had gallons of raw sewage flood their basement are angered by the gesture. [Record,  April 25, 2001]



Corpus Christi School Gym Dedication
The "Friends of Farther Mulquinn"  dedicated the Corpus Christi School Gym in honor of Msgr. Francis M. Mulquinn, who was first assigned here as assistant pastor to Fr. Fitzpatrick.
Highlights of his 25 years serving the parish was the creation of the Men's Choir, Basketball (professional), leader of the Holy name Society, spiritual leader of the Altar Boys and Coach of the Boy's Basketball program.  A special Mass was celebrated in the Church April 22 at 1:00 p.m. followed by a dedication ceremony (wall mounted brass plaque in the gym) and light refreshments.


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Center for Food Action gets $3,400 from Ribbons
The Center for Food Action received a check for $3,400 during a brief ceremony at Bill O'Shea's Florist on April 18, 2001  [Story & photo]




Friend who saves vet's tales secures a new award
[Record, Thursday, April 5, 2001]



Meet The Leaders
Assemblywoman Rose Marie Heck appeared on Channel 6 at 7 p.m. April 5, 2001


The Jesus Story
12th Annual Bible Baptist Church Passion Play at Felician College Auditorium
March 30 & 31; April 1,6,7,8. 7 p.m. on Saturdays; 4 p.m. Sundays
Performances signed for the hearing imparied. Free admission. 288-4139
2001 Photo of March 25th Dress Rehearsal [Gallery 1][Gallery 2]     [2000 Photos]




Heights apartment tenants losing battle
[The Record, Thursday, March 29, 2001]



Municipal complex seen ushering Heights rebirth
[The Record, Saturday, March 24, 2001]



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HHLL Pancake Breakfast
March 18 Photos

Heights hold line on municipal taxes
The Borough Council voted unanimously Tuesday to pass an #11.5 million municipal budget that will increase spending while maintaining the line on taxes, officials said.

Spending will increase by more than $200,000, but municipal tax rate will drop by a tenth of a percent to little more than 91 cents per $100.  A home assessed at $195,000, the borough average, will be taxed $1,786.20.

Borough officials increased their budget to include the $10.2 million municipal complex project, which will include a senior center and public library on The Boulevard and renovation of the former municipal structure on Hamilton Avenue for the police and volunteer fire departments.
The project's cost was offset by a $4.5 million insurance settlement from the loss of the former building in a fire and more than $700,00 in state and federal grants.
Related story [Council backs $10M town hall]

--Yung Kim/The Record, March 16, 2001



Heights’ hero paid a price
Horner shed blood and sweat to become state champ
[Record, Tuesday, March 13, 2001 -- Sport Section]



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Fire Prevention Poster Contest
Winners   presentation held March 13 at Mayor/Council Meeting



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The (Almost) Storm of Century
March 4-5 Photos



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District Wrestling Tournament
February 25 -- 9:00 A.M Start at new HHHS gym. [Photos]
Over 200 wrestlers participated from several nearby communities. Heights fielded 36 wrestlers.




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Ottawa Avenue House Fire
On February 18, 2001 at 3:49 a fire alarm was called as area fire departments responded to a house fire at 228 Ottawa Avenue. No injuries were reported. The house was determined to be uninhabitable. [Photos]




Boulevard Re-Development
Burgis Report: [Working report] for revitalization of the Central Business District issued February 2001
Pdf is 106k. Click image for larger view. [Go to Redevelopment Index] for more images & info.

[Burgis Report] Consultants draft plan for revitalization issued July 2000 [pdf is 400k]





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Wrestling Tournaments @ High School
February 4 -- Andy Feintuch Memorial -- Start at 9:00 A.M. [Photos]



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Euclid/Lincoln Science Exchange & Exposition
Euclid (February 5 & 6) and Lincoln (January 30) Elementary Schools presented their Annual Science Exchange Programs. Children prepared and displayed a hands-on science project of their choice.
The Science Exchange was a great opportunity for children to question, explore, plan, predict, experiment and formulate conclusions about their world -- and share that information with the community.
[Photos]




FBI Internet Safety Program
January 24 , 7:30 P.M. at HHHS Auditorium.[Photos]



January Scenes
Winter photos around town January 2001 [Photos]





Mayor's Annual Message
[January 1, 2001]



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Holiday Snow Storm 2000
Throughout Saturday, December 30, 2000, a blizzard-like storm dropped over one foot of snow.
Photos taken around our hometown [Photos][Woodland Park]

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Cablevision offers speedy Internet access -- 11 towns get service
Heights is not on the list. [Record story Dec. 7, 2000]


Voting Delegate Rose Marie Heck provides [daily dispatches and photos] from the Republican National Convention held early August in Philadelphia, PA


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Teterboro Airport
[More coverage of Teterboro Airport]

Recent News Articles

Boeing's flight of fancy should land in Teterboro [Record, April 15, 2001,  Rod Allee]
Teterboro pollution study will begin soon [Leader of Rutherford, April 12, 2001]
On airports role in the community [Record, Thursday, April 11, 2001 -- Your Views]
Teterboro air tests to begin soon [The Record, Thursday, April 5, 2001]

FAA Complaints:    Phone: 201-393-6700   Mail: Flight Standard District Office, 150 Fred Wehren Drive, Teterboro, NJ  07608 Attn: Fred Stein

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Plans presented to Zoning/Planning Board March 13, 2001
[Side View][Top view][Photo of combined Planning/Zoning Boards]

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[Click here]
for larger copy of original proposed drawings


Municipal Complex Plans were submitted to Planning Board & Board of Adjustment
8:00 p.m.Wed. Feb. 28
@ Masonic Hall [Go to plans]


Groundbreaking expected in September 2001

Municipal Complex Summary: Library on top floor. Senior Center, Municipal Offices on first floor. 24 off street parking spaces. Police Department,  HH Fire Department & Municipal Court to remain at 248 Hamilton. [Record story]

Index
... to all  Boro Hall in [Transition] stories & photos

... to [Construction] progress

And so it begins ...
Both houses on Central Avenue were demolished on January 10, 2001 [Photos 1][Photos 2]


Heights apartment tenants losing battle
[The Record, Thursday, March 29, 2001]


Related background info links:
[The Big Fire]
General [Boulevard Index]
[Library/Sr. Center] Original plan for land useage.      
Boulevard Redevelopment [Index]

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Street Resurfacing/Reconstruction* Planned

Kipp from Boulevard to Woodside
Wood from Lincoln to Passaic
Collins from Rt. 46 to Coolidge
Cleveland from Terrace to Wood
All of Longview
Ottawa from Burton to Rt. 17
Under consideration
LaSalle from Boulevard to Oak Grove
Paterson from Terrace to Burton
Kipp from Boulevard to Terrace
Summit from Lincoln to Passaic*
All of Plant Road*
[Photos from 1999 paving program]

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Progressive construction photos


After a $10.4 million referendum was passed  in May 1998 by the community, the Board of Education began work on the new additions to Euclid, Linclon and the Jr./Sr. High School on July 1999.  Work was nearly completed September 8, 2000, in time for September 11th school opening.  Here is a photo essay of the project as it unfolded. [Index to construction photos]

Sept. 26 @ 7:30 -- Linclon Ribbon Cutting Ceremony [Photos]
Sept. 27 @ 7:30 -- Euclid Ribbon Cutting Ceremony [Photos]
Oct. 15 @ 2:00 -- Jr./Sr. High School Dedication [Photos]
Oct. 22 @ 2:00 -- Mason's Cornerstone Ceremony [Photos]
Editor's Note: In addition to the construction photos, a complete copy of this web-site (as of October 22, 2000), was included in each of the time capsules placed in the Euclid, Lincoln and Jr/Sr High Schools.

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2000-2001 School Calender in pdf format [Calender][Information & Schedules]

Announcements


Senior Citizens Picnic
11:30 a.m, July 11th @ Woodland Park. Food, entertainment, games and prizes.
Transportation available. To register please call: 288-0195 or 288-4143



4th of July Children's Parade
9:30 a.m. Washington & Burton. Sponsored by Mayor's Celebration Committee.
2000 parade photo [1] [2]


Fireworks
July 3 @ Depken Athlethic Field. 18th Year. Sponsored by HH Lions
Advance tickets $3. At gate $5. RD July 6, X-RD July 7
[1999 info][1999 photos 1][1999 photos 2]


Free ESL 12 Week Course
St. John the Divine starts on Thursday June 21 from 7 to 9 p.m. Call 288-0002


Kiwanis-Lions 40th Annual Golf Fund Raiser.
Wednesday, June 13 at the Apple Mountain Golf and Country Club, Belevidere NJ.
Chairs: Dr. Burnett Eglow and Harold Jacobus.



Farmer's Market 2001
Boulevard & Washington Place. Tuesday's starting June 12 through September.
[2000 Photos][2000 Info] 2000 News stories [1][2][3]




June Sidewalk Sale
  June 14,15 &16 will be a Pennant/Sidewalk Sale -- with lots of good buys!
25+ merchants are participating. There will be plenty of balloons!
Contact George Eggers at Carrolls Fashions for more info.



Kiwanis Club Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Sunday, June 3 at 4 p.m. Medieval Times, Lyndhurst
Adults $35, Youths $33, Under 3 Free.  Call Marie at 288-0276



Special Olympics Run by HHPD
June 1 at 10:30  from Shoprite to Wood-Ridge. Sponsors requested.
[2000 photos]


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Memorial Day Parade
10:00 a.m. May 28 along Terrace Avenue. Ceremony at Monument at 11:00 a.m.
2001 [Parade photos][Service photos][Honor Roll]
2000  [Parade photos][Service photos]



HHPD/Kundert Volvo Bicycle Marathon
May 26 & 27 at Athletic Field
2001 Event [May 26][May 27][Stats]
2000 Event [Photos 1] [Photos 2][Story][Stats]



Semi-Annual Library Book, Bake and Street Sale
May 19 (rd May 26) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tables available for $15. 288-0488 [Photos]



HHFD Annual Inspection
Full dress and equipments inspection at Masonic Hall, May 19, 7 p.m. Public Welcome.
[2001 Inspection photos]
[HHFD][2000 Inspection photos]


Car Wash
May 12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at HHHS La Salle Ave. Parking lot. $5. HH Music Association



Jekyll & Hyde
KofC is sponsoring a trip to the State Theatre in New Brunswick to see The National Touring Company production of Jekyll & Hyde, Saturday, May 12 at 3:00 p.m. $75 per person includes orchestra seating and dinner. Transportation not included. Call Warren @460-1470 for details.


St. John The Divine 22d Plant Sale & Flea Market
May 5th. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Men's Association Beefsteak
6th Annual Beefsteak & Diner Dance, May 4, VFW Hall 7 p.m.. $35


Afternoon of Music
Contempory Club, April 29, Kiefer Auditorium at 3 p.m.$10. Light refreshments
Call 393-9157 or 727-0274. Proceeds used for new libary furnishings.
Featured aritist: David Maiullo


HH Little League Yankee Day
April 29 Yankees meet Oakland A's. Ron Kistner: 288-6998


VFW Loyality Day Services
7:30 p.m., April 29 at Post. 288-1112


Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Dinner/Fashion Show
April 26, 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. @ Excelsior. $40 with cash bar. Entertainment & prizes.
Corpus Christi. Call for tickets: 973-779-4084 or 201-288-5118

Corpus Christi School Gym Dedication
A special Mass in the Church to honor Msgr. Francis M. Mulquinn will be held April 22 at 1:00 p.m. followed by a dedication ceremony and light refreshments.


VFW Dinner Dance
Commander's Pet Project. April 21, 7:30 p.m. at Post. 288-1112


HH Little League Opening Day
April 21

Easter Announcements
Palm Sunday - April 8      Passover - April 8     
Good Friday - April 13      
Easter Sunday - April 15
Hasbrouck Heights Church Listing w/Easter Schedules Posted


"Betrayed With A Kiss"
CCHS Youth Ministry will perform this original play with sound track in the Corpus Christi Chapel Palm Sunday April 8 at 3:00 p.m. and Wednesday April 11 at 7:30 p.m. Free Admission. 288-7045


3d Annual HHEA 5K Memorial Run/Walk
April 8 at HHHS Paterson & Boulevard
1 Mile "Cheryl Terlemenzin Walk" starts at 10:30. $5
5K "Rau-Fitzgerald Memorial Run" starts at 9:30. $12


Candlelight Bowling
HH Jr. Football will hold a Candlelight Bowling Night at the N. Arlington Bowl-O-Dome on April 7. Cold buffet served at 8:30 p.m. Bowling starts at 9:30 p.m. $40 per couple. Call Joni @ 288-4881 or Kathy @ 393-0031. Please purchase tickets by April 1.


Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 7, 10 a.m. at Athletic Field. Gates open 9:30 a.m. Easter Bunny will be there.
Rain Date April 14.


Brunch with Bunny
Saturday, April 7 from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Pioneer Club. Tickets $6 must be purchased in advance. Sponsored by Jr. Woman's Club. Call Gina - 288-4114 or Vivian - 727-9517


Euclid School Carnival
Saturday, April 7. 12 to 4 p.m. Rides, games, prizes, food, raffle. Pony rides 2-4 p.m.


12th Annual Bible Baptist Church Passion Play
Felician College auditorium March 30 & 31; April 1,6,7,8. 7 p.m. on Saturdays; 4 p.m. Sundays
Performances will be signed for the hearing imparied. Free admission. 288-4139
2001 Photo [Gallery 1][Gallery 2]     [2000 Photos]


Medicine Cabinet Cleaning Day
Rite-Aid Pharmacist Justin DiPisa will give a free 10 minute personal consultation to review outdated, non-labeled or questionable medication (prescription & non-prescription).  March 25 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Appointment suggested. Call Boro Clerk @ 288-0195. Sponsored by HH Anti-Drug Council.


Garageless Garage Sale
St. John's, Saturday, March 24 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


VFW St. Patrick's Day Dinner Dance
March 24. Corn Beef and Cabbage. Open Bar. Good Music. $25 each.  288-1112

HH Little League Pancake Breakfast & Sports Auction
March18 at Corpus Christi. [2000 Photos][2001 Photos]


VFW Atlantic City Bus Trips
February 28, March 28, April 25 - 11:00 a.m. from Post Parking Lot. $20
Free coffee, cake & rolls before departure


Roast Beef Dinner
Saturday, March 10, 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. @ First Reformed Church. $8 adults. $5 Children.
Take out available. Advance sales only. Call 288-1122
Sponsored by The Guild of Reformed Church Women


Art Auction
Friday, March 2 in the Euclid School Gym
Sponsored by Euclid School PTA


World Day of Prayer
Ecumenical Service Friday, March 2 at St. John the Divine



Municipal Complex Plans
were being submitted to Planning Board & Board of Adjustment 8:00 p.m.Wed. Feb. 28 @ Masonic Hall


Wrestling Tournaments @ High School
February 4 -- Andy Feintuch Memorial -- Start at 9:00 A.M.  [Photos]
February 10 - Home Match -- Start at 9:00 A.M.
February 25 -- District Meet -- Start at 9:00 A.M.


Knights of Columbus Pancake Breakfast
February 25th from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. $5. Children under 5 free.
All you can eat panckaes and sausages with coffee, tea and juices.  973-470-3526


Retirement Workshop
Saturday, Feb. 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Episcopal Church of St. John the Devine.
$25 advance. $30 at door. Includes light breakfast & lunch. Theresa: 302-0607

On February 17, the HHEF will sponsor a Community CPR course  at the High School,   from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Cost $15. Call (201) 288-5924. Pre-registation required.


On February 17, the HHEF will sponsor Saturday Fun Flick featuring Disney’s "Recess" at the Williams Center Theatre, Williams Plaza, Rutherford, NJ, from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. Tickets $6 in advance, $7 at door and include popcorn and soda. Call (201) 288-5924.


VFW Post 4591 Sweetheart Dinner Dance. $25. February 17 at Post. Call 288-1112.


Jr. Women's Club 70's Dance February 17 from 8 P.M. to midnight at Pioneer club.
$20 each. Call Holly 288-5411 or Cathy 288-7377


Contemporary Club sponsors Atlantic City Bus Trip February 13. $25.
Bus leaves @ 9:30. Call Marge for details at 288-8933

Corpus Christi Youth Group "Coffee House" Sunday, February 11 from 8 to 10 P.M.
Enjoy entertainment: music, singing, poetry, comedy.  Share your talent. Free coffee & desert. 288-7045


2d Annual Jr. Wrestling Beefsteak at the Fiesta on Friday February 9 .
Comedy show starring Uncle Floyd. DJ. Dancing. $35


VFW Post 4591 Dinner Dance. $50 per couple. January 27 at Post. Call 288-1112.


HHPD presented a FBI Internet Safety Program January 24 , 7:30 P.M. at HHHS Auditorium.
No children were permitted. Adult Subject. Refreshments served in the cafeteria following program.
[Photos]


Basketball @ Franklin School Gym
January 12 -- Girls Traveling 7:00 P.M., Boys Traveling 8:00 P.M.


Jr. Women's Club Spelling Bee January 12 @ HHHS Kiefer Auditorium.


Road paving for 2000: Kipp, Wood & Cleveland. LaSalle & Paterson if possible.
[1999 paving program w/photos]


The HHHS Freshman Class (Class ' 04) is sponsoring a fundraiser by offering Entertainment Coupons Books for $20.00. Contact any HS Freshman or Advisor Lesa Brinker at the High School 288-3971.

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Bulletin Board
Miscellaneous general posts


Richard M. Delaney celebrated 90th Birthday.


Jessica Gasparino celebrates her 2d birthday on Feburary 2, 2001. Her big sister Kathie wishes her a Happy Birthday



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About Our Neighbors


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


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Reunions
Popular links: www.classmates.com


HHHS Class of 1963 -- All Girls Reunion
June 22-24. Hilton Hotel. Contact Janice Carrol Frent: jlf1900@aol.com


HHHS Class of 1966
Autumn Reunion. Contact: WoodRichP@aol.com or zilianf@aol.com


HHHS Class of 1981
20th reunion Saturday, Nov. 24 at Cotillion in Garfield
Contact Maria (Kulnis) Sandberg at MSanberg353@cs.com


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The First Year of the 21st Century
Photo essay series reflecting our first year of the century. [Century Index]

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]

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

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]


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]


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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