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  • Borough Of Little Ferry

    IN THE BEGINNING… Little Ferry was first a part of New Barbados. Little Ferry later became a part of Lodi Township when the Township was formed in 1825. Incorporated in 1894, the Borough was named after the rope-drawn Little Ferry that crossed the Hackensack River be...

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  • Little Ferry Memorial School

    The District has two schools that are located across the street from each other. Grades Pre-K & 1 reside in the Washington School building. Memorial School houses two units. Memorial Elementary includes Pre-K and Grades 2 - 4 while Memorial Middle includes grades 5 - 8 a...

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  • Johnson Public Library

    MissionThe Johnson Public Library's mission is to provide members of the Hackensack community with the resources and programs to fulfill their evolving informational, educational, recreational and cultural needs in an environment that encourages lifelong habits of learning, ...

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  • Hackensack Public Schools

    The Hackensack Public School District is comprised of six schools with over 5000 students enrolled. Our goal is to meet the needs of each individual student in grades pre-Kindergarten through 12 with a curriculum that is aligned with the Common Core Standards. We concur with...

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  • Jackson Avenue Elementary School

    Jackson Avenue School endeavors to fulfill the mission that all children are to be nurtured and instructed in order to reach their full potential. Each child is unique. At Jackson Avenue children come first. Maximizing the benefits for the welfare of the whole child gov...

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  • Fanny Meyer Hillers School

    Fanny Meyer Hillers School is fondly referred to as “The Academy on the Hill”. Our school, in pursuit of excellence, has emphasized the importance of providing a learning environment in which children are encouraged to work with each other, to ask questions, to e...

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  • 5ive6ix School at State Street
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  • Hackensack Middle School
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  • Hackensack Regional Chamber of Commerce

    The Greater Hackensack Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1933 and has been serving the community for over 70 years. Our office is located in Hackensack, the County Seat, making this Chamber the ideal location to support businesses and community interests throughout the coun...

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  • Bogota Chamber of Commerce

    Mission Statement: The Bogota Chamber of Commerce strives to enhance the presence of the local business community. As a collaborator, we provide opportunities for networking. As a resource, we offer programs for growth and development. As a neighbor, we encourage ...

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  • Bogota Public Library

    The Bogota Library provides the following services: Bergen County online public-access catalogue, Inter-library loans, Multi-media personal computer, Pre-school story hour, Toddler time, Service to shut-ins, Displays, Community calendar and special programs. The Bogota Publi...

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  • Bogota School District

    Welcome to the Bogota Public School District, a learning community that educates our students to be responsible and productive members of our society.  Our district is dedicated to promoting life-long learning by working collaboratively with parents and the community to...

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  • Bogota Senior Citizens Center

    Bogota has a very active senior citizen community. Weekly events are always going on and there are always some special events occurring for the senior citizens of Bogota. Here is the most up to date calendar of event for seniors....

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  • Borough of Bogota

    The history of any area is a history of the people who inhabited that area. The "Hackensack" Native Americans (the preferred term over "Indians" according to their descendants) were in Bogota for many centuries before the Europeans arrived. They were the members of the local...

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  • Glen Rock Hockey Association

    Glen Rock Hockey teams. Ice Hockey...Atoms, Mites, Squirts, PeeWees, Bantams and Glen Rock High School Varsity and Junior Varsity. Roller Hockey...Clinic, House League, Midgets, Juniors, Seniors and Adults....

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  • City Of Hackensack

    Hackensack's name honors the "Sagamore of Hacquinsacq," Lenni Lenape Chief Oratam, born in 1577, who deeded the land to early settlers in 1664. The town was first settled as a trading post by the Dutch in 1639, later occupied by the French Huguenots and, in 1688, by the Bri...

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  • Hackensack Regional Chamber of Commerce

    The Greater Hackensack Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1933 and has been serving the community for over 70 years. Our office is located in Hackensack, the County Seat, making this Chamber the ideal location to support businesses and community interests throughout the coun...

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  • Board of Education - Hackensack Public Schools

    The Hackensack Public School District is comprised of six schools with over 5000 students enrolled. Our goal is to meet the needs of each individual student in grades pre-Kindergarten through 12 with a curriculum that is aligned with the Common Core Standards. We concur with...

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  • Hackensack Cultural Arts Center

    The Hackensack Cultural Arts Center (HCAC), which began its fourth season in September 2004, is now the consummate home for the arts in Hackensack. During the past two years, the HCAC has brought in professional groups and has produced wonderful and acclaimed events, such as...

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  • Hackensack High School
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  • Hackensack High School

    Hackensack High School Mission Statement Hackensack High School is a learning community that fosters an appreciation for cultural diversity, intellectual growth, and individual diligence. We strive to prepare students to accept life's challenges by encouraging them to be op...

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  • Hackensack Middle School

    The Hackensack Public School District is comprised of six schools with over 5000 students enrolled. Our goal is to meet the needs of each individual student in grades pre-Kindergarten through 12 with a curriculum that is aligned with the Common Core Standards. We concur with...

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  • Hackensack Public Schools

    The Hackensack Public School District is comprised of six schools with over 5000 students enrolled. Our goal is to meet the needs of each individual student in grades pre-Kindergarten through 12 with a curriculum that is aligned with the Common Core Standards. We concur with...

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  • Little Ferry Hose Co 1

    In the year of 1907 Little Ferry was a typical rural community with no paved streets, sidewalks or curbs,no water supply, and a very limited electric supply. One thing did take place that summer of 1907; and this was that water mains were installed along Lodi Ave. (now Main ...

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  • Little Ferry Police Department

    MISSION STATEMENT OF THE LITTLE FERRY POLICE DEPARTMENT Competence, Caring and Commitment COMPETENCE - The officers of the Little Ferry Police Department are dedicated to a strict training regiment to enhance public safety and to make Little Ferry a safe community where o...

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  • Little Ferry Public Schools

    The District has two schools that are located across the street from each other. Grades Pre-K & 1 reside in the Washington School building. Memorial School houses two units. Memorial Elementary includes Pre-K and Grades 2 - 4 while Memorial Middle includes grades ...

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  • First Baptist Church of Ridgefield Park

    Our history includes the building of a chapel on Winant Ave. in 1894, which is now located on the corners of Henry and Orchard Streets; the forming of the first Boy Scout Troop in America, Troop #1, by Rev. E.C. Murphy in 1910; the purchasing of the present property on Eucli...

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  • Living Hope Assembly of God

    Our purpose is to cultivate an authentic community of believers who are growing in faith and fellowship, character and commitment, ministry and mission. Who in turn actively seek to advance Christ’s Kingdom by including the spiritually lost in the Village of Ridgefiel...

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Bogota, New Jersey. Population for Bogota from the last gathering is 8249. You can view Bogota venues that host many Bogota NJ events every year.

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Bogota New Jersey has a latitude of 40.875 and a longitude of -74.0281982421875. View the full profile

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