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  1. Wayne Library Invites Author Pam Jenoff For Visit

    Wayne Library Invites Author Pam Jenoff For Visit

    WAYNE, N.J. -- The Friends of the Wayne Public Library will host a catered brunch/book signing for author Pam Jenoff Saturday, March 19 at the Main Library. Jenoff will give a discussion and sign her new book "The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach."Tickets are $40 (includes copy of book) and are available at the Main Library. Cash or checks are payable to the Friends of the Wayne ...

  2. Clifton Alum Named U.S. Soccer Federation Young Player Of The Year

    Clifton Alum Named U.S. Soccer Federation Young Player Of The Year

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- Clifton High School alumnus Matt Miazga, class of 2013, has been named the U.S. Soccer Federation Young Player of the Year.Miazga recently signed with English Premier League Champions Chelsea FC.

  3. Hawthorne Students Make Super Bowl Picks

    Hawthorne Students Make Super Bowl Picks

    HAWTHORNE, N.J. -- Students at St. Anthony School in Hawthorne made their picks for Super Bowl 50 on a voting poster hung up at the school.More students seemed to favor the Denver Broncos. The Broncos face the Carolina Panthers in the Super Bowl at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.

  4. Woodland Park Library Starts 'Food For Fines' Program

    Woodland Park Library Starts 'Food For Fines' Program

    WOODLAND PARK, N.J. -- The Alfred H. Baumann Free Public Library in Woodland Park will have a "Food for Fines" program through February.The library will forgive late fees from patrons if they bring in a food donation. Donations will be given to CUMAC, Passaic County's largest food bank. The library also will accept non-food donations, such as socks. Nearby Totowa Library also ...

  5. Classic Albums Live To Perform Pink Floyd At William Paterson In Wayne

    Classic Albums Live To Perform Pink Floyd At William Paterson In Wayne

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Classic Albums Live will perform Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side of the Moon" Friday, Feb. 12, at the Shea Center for Performing Arts at William Patterson University in Wayne.Come watch Classic Albums Live re-create the musical brilliance of one of the greatest rock albums ever recorded and take you on a journey to "The Dark Side of the Moon."The concert ...

  6. Students At Randall Carter Elementary School Display Kindness

    Students At Randall Carter Elementary School Display Kindness

    WAYNE, N.J. -- All the students at Randall Carter Elementary School in Wayne participated recently in the "Great Kindness Challenge." Students completed 50 kind and respectful acts for their parents, classmates, teachers and other school staff. The student council, led by officers Cheryl Lancellotti, Alana LoRe', Julia Foti, and Zach Miron, planned the event and promoted ...

  7. Clifton Library Offers Conversation Club

    Clifton Library Offers Conversation Club

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- The Clifton Public Library's Conversation Club will meet Saturday.Come and practice English with other English-language learners. The Conversation Club is a fun, informal group assisted by volunteers who help you practice your English. You do not need to sign up; attend meetings when you can. The club meets from 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays in the Main Library's ...

  8. Hawthorne Volunteer Collects Food To Aid Hackensack Hospital Pantry

    Hawthorne Volunteer Collects Food To Aid Hackensack Hospital Pantry

    HAWTHORNE, N.J. -- Hawthorne resident Ginger Pierro is collecting items to benefit Tomorrows Children's Fund food pantry at Hackensack University Medical Center. The pantry is looking for non-perishable food items, including canned fish, soup, pasta and beans, as well as toiletries, such as soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, deodorant and more. Drop-off will be Thursday at Pierro's ...

  9. Haledon School Plans Disco Fundraiser

    Haledon School Plans Disco Fundraiser

    HALEDON, N.J. -- Haledon Public School will host a disco-themed tricky tray to raise money for the PTA Wednesday, March 9 at the Brownstone in Paterson. Admission is $45, which includes dinner and one sheet of tickets. Ticket packets will be sold at the event for $20. No children under the age of 15 allowed.For additional information and tickets, call Evelyn Gonzalez at (973) 790-8537 ...

  10. Prospect Park Offers Chair Fitness For Seniors

    Prospect Park Offers Chair Fitness For Seniors

    PROSPECT PARK, N.J. -- Prospect Park is offering free Chair Fitness Classes for seniors. If you are a senior or know a senior who would be interested, classes are on the second floor of the Prospect Park Municipal Building. Classes meet at 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Municipal Building.

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