Hasbrouck Heights/Teterboro Kiwanis Club 
72 Students Get the Bug
Seventy-two students in Grades 4 and 5 of our local school received the BUG Award from the Kiwanis Club of Hasbrouck Heights and Teterboro on February 15, 2006. The Bug Program (Bring Up Grades) is a program designed to encourage students to bring up one or more grades one level in English, Reading, Language Arts and Mathematics without going down in any of these subjects. [Story & photos]
Hasbrouck Heights/Teterboro Kiwanis Club
Its time for the Annual Kiwanis/Rainbow Fund appeal to the residents and businesses of Hasbrouck Heights and Teterboro.
In 2004, thanks to you, three developmentally disabled youngsters went to the Rainbow Summer Day Program for six weeks. You made the difference for these Hasbrouck Heights families - your friends and neighbors.
The Kiwanis goal is to help several developmentally disabled youngsters attend a special six week Rainbow Summer Day Program at Ramapo College. This unique program will enable these children to have the opportunity to participate in activities that meet their very special needs.
The Hasbrouck Heights/Teterboro Kiwanis Club appeals to your generosity. The cost is about $3,000 per child. They are asking the communitys help by passing the proverbial "hat". You can make a difference for several special children with your generous contribution of $5.00, $10.00, $25.00 or more.
100% of your contribution will go to the Kiwanis/Rainbow Fund. Please make your check payable to the "Kiwanis/Rainbow Fund" and send it to Dr. Burnett Eglow, 219 Boulevard, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
On behalf of your friends and neighbors in Hasbrouck
Heights -- thank you!
Announces 50th Anniversary
Kiwanis Club Wins State Awards
At the recent Annual Mid-Winter Conference of the New Jersey District Kiwanis International held in Edison, the Hasbrouck Heights Kiwanis Club along with the Greater Parsippany Club and the Livingston Club were the only three clubs in the state to receive all three top awards that were presented. Thirty-seven other clubs received either one or two of the awards.
The Hasbrouck Heights Club was the only one on the three honorees with a membership of less than 30. The awards were in Service to the Community, Administrative Excellence and Club Recognition.
The members who attended this conference were President Colleen Jarvis, Vice-President James Jarvis, Secretary Peter Gallo, Treasurer Marie Gallo, and Michael and Lita Petrucci. The day was spent attending workshops on various topics important to the growth of their club and expanding services to their community. ####
Rainbow Summer Day Program
In 2001, thanks to you, three developmentally disabled youngsters went to the Rainbow Summer Day Program for six weeks. In addition, two pre-school children received special in-home equipment. You made the difference for these Hasbrouck Heights families -- your friends and neighbors.
This year with your help, six Hasbrouck Heights youngsters can attend the six week Rainbow Summer Day Program at Ramapo College.
This program allows these special children to participate in activities that meet their very unique needs. The cost is over $2,580.00 per child. We are asking the community's help by passing the proverbial "hat". You can make a difference for these kids with your generous contribution $5.00, $10.00 or more.
Open your hearts. Your "Hasbrouck Heights Kiwanis Club" is the soliciting agent. 100% of your contribution will go to the Kiwanis/Rainbow Fund. Please make checks payable to the "Kiwanis/Rainbow Fund". Send your contribution today. On behalf of these Hasbrouck Heights families, thank you for your heart warming support.
Dr. Burnett Eglow