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Summer 2002

Hometown News

2001-2002 School [Calender][Info] in pdf format
2002-2003 School [Calender] in pdf format

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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]





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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]



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]



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




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Free Rock Concert
A free Summer Rock Concert was held Friday at 7 p.m. on June 21 at the Depken Athletic Field and featured three live bands: "maybe pete, booty olympics and simply shania".   
[Photos]



Lion's/Kiwanis 37th Annual Golf Outing
On June 19 at Paramus Golf Club about 60 players enjoyed the 37th annual golf outing which included golf, cart, lunch, cocktails, dinner and prizes. Co-Chairs were Wicky Jacobus and Dr. Burnett Eglow.
[Photos]



Cleveland Avenue House Fire
Early Sunday evening on June 16, 2002,  the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department responded to a house fire at 235 Cleveland Avenue.  While setting up a ladder on the outside of the home, a member of the HH Fire Department was injured when a sky light slid off the roof and fell on him.  He was taken the Hackensack Medical Center where he was later released. No other serious injuries were reported. The fire was caused by lightning striking the chimney, with flames quickly spreading in the attic area.  [Story]



Euclid School Carnival
The Euclid School PTA held a carnival on Saturday June 15 from noon to 4 p.m..
Event include pony rides, a dunking booth, rock climbing, games, food, prizes and much more.
[Photos]


Kiwanis Club installs Maryrose Genovese.
Maryrose is the Assistant Vice President and branch manager of the Trust Company Bank in the Shop Rite Shopping Center. [Story]


Special Olympics Run by HHPD
May 31 at 9:30 from Lodi @ Williams to Shoprite to Wood-Ridge. $5000 generated by HHPD.
[2002 photo][2001 photos][2000 photos]




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Memorial Day Parade
10:00 a.m. May 27 along Terrace Avenue. Veterans ceremony at Monument at 11:00 a.m. followed by ceremony at Fireman's Memorial at The Circle. [Honor Roll]
2002 [Parade Photos] [Veterans Service][Firemans Service]
2001 [Parade photos][Service photos]
2000  [Parade photos][Service photos]


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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.  2002 Photos [May 24][May 25]  [500k mpg of championship lap]
2001 Photos [1][2]       2000 Photos [1][2]



Fr. Ray Stays
Fr. Raymond Holmes has been reappointed Parochial Vicar of Corpus Christi Church for a term of six years, effective June 15, 2002.



Victorian Tea
Saturday, May 18 from noon to 2 p.m. at Neiman Marcus' Rotunda Room at the Garden State Plaza.
Menu includes scones with Devonshire cream and lemon curd, miniature chicken salad profitteroles, finger sandwiches, hand-dipped chocolate covered strawberries and assorted pastries --- accompanied by a custom blend of John Harney teas.  A brief talk about "The Traditional Victorian Tea; Etiquette, Food and Customs of a Bygone Era" was presented by Ms. Kim Hendrickson. [Photos]





HHFD Inspection

HHFD held it's annual inspection at the Masonic Lodge at 200 Division Avenue on Saturday,
May 18 at 7 p.m.  [2002 Photos] [2001 Photos] [2000 Photos]




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HHFD gets new pumper

Here are the first photos -- moments after arrival on May 9, 2002. The truck will be in-service after outfitting, which will take a couple of weeks. [Photos][HHFD]



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Plant Sale/Flea Market
St. John the Divine held its Annual Plant Sale/Flea Market on sunny May 4, 2002. 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. [2002 Photos] [2001 Photos] [2000 Photos]

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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.


October 2002

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.



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.



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. Barbarsa Smith instructor. 201-288-0002


September 2002
Farmer's Market -- Every Tuesday, Boulevard and Washington Avenue.



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]


August 2002
Farmer's Market -- Every Tuesday, Boulevard and Washington Avenue.


Touchdown Golf Outing
HH Touchdown Club is sponsoring it's Third Annual Golf Outing at Knoll Country Club on August 22. Lunch at 11:30. Shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. Cocktail hour at 5:30 p.m. with dinner to follow. Cost is $140 and includes golf, cart, refreshments and prizes. Contact: Nick Delcalzo at 201-288-1024.



Don't Drink the Water

Woody Allen's comedy scheduled for October, is holding auditions Sunday August 4 and Tuesday August 7 at 7 p.m. with call backs scheduled for Tuesday August 13 at 7 p.m. Contact Director Bob Shindle (201-435-6040) or Production Manager Robin Pianese (201-462-0184.


Sidewalk Sale

August 1, 2 & 3 along The Boulevard. Sponsored by Chamber of Commerce


VFW Post 4591 Dinner Dance

Saturday, August 3 from 7 to 11 p.m..  Music by Peter Lieberman.  Sit down dinner with four hour open bar.  $25 per person.  Call 201-288-1112


July 2002
Farmer's Market -- Every Tuesday, Boulevard and Washington Avenue.


Free Senior Citizens Picnic
July 11th at Woodland Park. Menu includes hot dogs, chicken, sausage & peppers, salads & desserts, soda, coffee & tea. Entertainment by Don Anthony.   Bring your lawn chairs.  Please call 201-288-0195 by July 5th for reservations.    Raindate is July 12. 2001 photos [Group1] [Group2]


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



19th Annual Fireworks Program

Wednesday, July 3 at Depken Athletic Field.
Festivities start at 8 p.m. Lawn seating permitted. DJ music, refreshments, 50/50 raffle, face painting, balloon twisting and clowns.  Advance tickets: $3.  At the Gate $5. Children under 5 free. Sponsored by HH Lions Club.
Rain date July 5.  Extended rain date July 6.
1999 event photos [1][2][3]


Dog Census Begins July 1
School crossing guards in uniform and with identification, will visit every home and apartment between 4:30 to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, checking for current (2002) dog licenses.  Residents who may not be home are requested to conspicuously post a copy of the license. If any questions contact Marilyn deRussy at 201-288-1636


June 2002
Farmer's Market -- Every Tuesday, Boulevard and Washington Avenue.


Ecumenical Bible Camp
Summer Bible Camp June 25-28 at Holy Lutheran Church.  Volunteers welcome.  Call Rev. George Yoder, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church at 201-288-6889.


Free Rock Concert

Summer Rock Concert at 7p.m. on June 21 at the Depken Athletic Field will feature three live bands.    Public welcome. Those under 12 must be accomplianed by an adult. Refreshments available. Volunteers should contact Rose Marie Sees @ 201-288-0195.   Rain date June 22. Sponsored by The Anti-Drug Council.  Donations accepted.


Lion's/Kiwanis 37th Annual Golf Outing
June 19 at Paramus Golf Club.  $125 includes golf, cart, lunch, cocktails, dinner and prizes.
Contact Wicky Jacobus at 201-288-3143 or Dr. Burnett Eglow at 201-288-2354.
A limited number of tee markers & sponsorships are available.


May 2002

There will be no REACH  Service on Friday, May 24.


Memorial Day Parade
10:00 a.m. May 27 along Terrace Avenue. Ceremony at Monument at 11:00 a.m.
2001 [Parade photos][Service photos][Honor Roll]
2000  [Parade photos][Service photos]



Memorial Weekend Bike Marathon
Annual 24-hour Bicycle Marathon for Hasbrouck Heights sixth through ninth graders will be held at Depken Athletic Field May 24-25.  For more information contact Lt. DeLorenzo at 288-1000.
2001 Photos [1][2]       2000 Photos [1][2]


Get Fleeced

CC Home School Association is offering navy blue fleece tops with "Corpus Christi" embroidered over the left chest.Also available   fleece headband and pull on cap.  Call Gayle at 201-288-6877. Orders due by June 1, with delivery expected September 15.


Blood Drive

May 22 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at HHHS Library.


"The Graduate"
Friends of the Library is sponsoring a trip to see Jason Briggs in The Graduate.  $69 for rear mezzanine and $91  for Orchestra. Includes round trip bus transportation.   Bus departs 6:15 p.m. on May 21. Call 201-445-5034.



Victorian Tea

Saturday, May 18 from noon to 2 p.m. at Neiman Marcus' Rotunda Room at the Garden State Plaza.
Menu includes scones with Devonshire cream and lemon curd, miniature chicken salad profitteroles, finger sandwiches, hand-dipped chocolate covered strawberries and assorted pastries --- accompanied by a custom blend of John Harney teas.  A brief talk about "The Traditional Victorian Tea; Etiquette, Food and Customs of a Bygone Era" will be presented by Ms. Kim Hendrickson.  Door prizes. Benefit Friends of the Library. Tickets: $25 per person. Call 201-288-0488.



HHFD Inspection
HHFD will hold it's annual inspection at the Masonic Lodge at 200 Division Avenue on Saturday,
May 18 at 7 p.m.   Public welcome.  Refreshments  [2001 Photos] [2000 Photos]



Beefsteak Dinner/Dance

May 10, 7 p.m. at the VFW. Tickets are $35 per person. Door prizes. Call 201-288-5225 for info.  Sponsored by HH Men's Association.


Blessing of the Animals

May 5 at 1:15 p.m.  to 2:00 p.m. at Bergen County Animal Shelter, 100 United Lane, Teterboro.
All animals must be on leashes or in carrier cages.  Blessing by Rev. Joseph Busserio. Refreshments.


St. Johns Plant Sale/Flea Market

On May 4th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., The Church of St. John the Divine will hold it's 24th Annual Flea Market & Plant Sale at the corner of Terrace & Jefferson.


April 2002

There will be no REACH  Service on Tuesday, April 30.


Annual Kiwanis Rainbow Fund
In keeping with the aim of the Kiwanis International, "Serving the Children of the World" the Hasbrouck Heights Club will soon be sending out appeal letters for the Annual Kiwanis Rainbow Fund. This unique program will allow developmentally disabled youngsters from our community to attend a six week Rainbow Summers Day Program at Ramapo College. To date we have six youngsters who have been identified as being interested in attending this program. The cost for each child is $2580.00. We will be appealing to the generosity of the community to help these children. [Appeal letter]


Rau-Fitzgerald 5K Memorial Run
The Terlemezian One Mile Run/Walk
Sunday April 28  at HHHS (Paterson & Boulevard). 5K starts at 9:30 a.m. Run/Walk starts at 10:30.
"T" shirts for first 80 entries.  5k $12 before April 1. Run $
10. Course: water station at 2d mile, splits at 1st, 2d and 3d mile -- a few gradual hills. Sponsored by HHEA


Corpus Christi Boys Basketball
Spring League sign up meeting 8:00 p.m. Monday, April 22 in gym.  Games played Sunday evening in May and June.  All skill levels welcome. Registration fee is $10 for team shirt. Call Gary Doran at 201-288-5893 for more info.



Pancake Breakfast & Celebrity Sports Auction
Sponsored by the Hasbrouck Heights Little League, Sunday April 21,  7 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Corpus Christi Cafeteria. [2002 Photos][2001 Photos] [2000 Photos]

Lilttle League Opening Day is Saturday, April 20.

Over the river and through the woods
The Kiwanis Club of Hasbrouck Heights invites you to join in an evening of laughter and fun at the Little Firehouse Theatre in Oradell. The off-Broadway hit is a warmhearted comedy about four caring, but conniving Italian-American grandparents. The production will be held on Friday, April 19th at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $18.00 each. For more information, contact Colleen Jarvis at 201-288-5644.


"An Afternoon of Music"
The Contemporary Club of Hasbrouck Heights, proudly presents, "An Afternoon of Music", featuring David Maiullo and Company, Sunday, April 14th at 3 p.m. at the Keifer Auditorium in the Hasbrouck Heights Jr./Sr. High School. Proceeds will benefit the NEW Library Interior Furnishings. Donation of $10.00 includes light refreshments. Tickets available at the Library or call 201-727-0274 or 201-288-9051.


Comedy Fundraiser
Saturday, April 13 at the Pioneer Club. Tickets $25. Sponsored by The Orioles, a 10 & 11 year old Hasbrouck Heights traveling baseball team. Call John at 201-727-1001.


Atlantic City Bus Ride
Monday April 8, The Contemporary Club of Hasbrouck Heights will be sponsoring a bus ride to Ballys in Atlantic City. Call 201-288-8933 for information.


Methodist Annual Garummage Sale
Saturday, April 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at corner of Division & Burton


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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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