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Posted July 8, 2006 -- Photos by Fritz Rethage © All rights reserved.
July 4th Children's Parade
The Annual Children's Parade was held July 4, 2006 promptly 10 a.m. at
Washington and Burton. Led by the Hasbrouck Heights Police
Department, The Parade proceeded east on Washington to Terrace, south to Kipp Avenue
and north to the starting point were prizes were awarded. All classifications and
categories were judged prior to the The Parade.
Prizes were awarded in the categories of patriotic, most original and most artistic to:
costumed children on foot, wagons and tricycles, carriages, strollers, etc., decorated
bicycles, floats, and grandparents corner with carriages and children on foot. Bicycle
helmets were required for those on bicycles.
Prizes awarded: First prize - Gold Medal; Second prize -- Silver Medal; Third prize -- and
Honorable mention -- Bronze Medal. All participants received medals. (If your child
was registered, but inadvertently did not receive their medal, please contact the Boro
Clerks office at 201-288-0195).
Registration started at 9:30 a.m. and was limited to Hasbrouck Heights children up to 10
years of age, excluding the grandparents corner. The event was sponsored by the
Mayors Celebrations Committee.
The Hasbrouck Height Fire Department was on hand for any
assistance. The New World Montessori School opened for the public to use their restrooms.