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  • Washington Elementary School
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  • Carlstadt - William E. Dermody Library
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  • Carlstadt Board of Education
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  • Borough of Hasbrouck Heights
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  • Hasbrouck Heights Free Public Library

    Mission Statement The Free Public Library of Hasbrouck Heights is committed to building community connections to reading, encouraging lifelong learning, and promoting the personal and professional pursuit of enrichment for people of all ages, interests, and abilities. The L...

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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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  • Lodi Chamber of Commerce

    The Lodi Chamber of Commerce meets bi-monthly to discuss the problems and concerns of the business community. The Chamber is led by a Board of Directors and a group of officers made up of interested business members working in the Borough of Lodi. ...

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  • Borough Of Carlstadt

    Carlstadt is a community with a dual personality; it is both a quiet, friendly, family-oriented borough and growing center of commerce....

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  • Carlstadt Historical Society

    Admission is free for all programs. We urge everyone to come & attend our monthly meetings held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7 pm at the Carlstadt Community Center on 4th Street. All are welcome....

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  • William E. Dermody Library

    The William E. Dermody Free Public Library is named after a founding member of the Library Board and the Library Board President that was ultimately responsible for the erection of the current library building. Prior to its construction in 1966-67, the library had been in on...

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  • Carlstadt Public School

    To adhere to the standards for teachers and school leaders as presented by the New Jersey State Board of Education and Federal Legislators i.e. N.C.L.B. To align our curriculum with the New Jersey State Core Curriculum Standard as well as National Standards. To reflect the...

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  • Thomas Jefferson Middle School

    TJMS is a very special place in a special time in your life. I extend my best wishes to you for a successful school year. This year at TJMS you will have the opportunity to mature academically, socially, and emotionally. Strive for excellence, be dedicated to your school, an...

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  • Hasbrouck Heights School District

    The mission of the Hasbrouck Heights School District is to provide each student with a diverse education, aligned with New Jersey Core Content Curriculum Standards, and with a safe, supportive environment that promotes self-discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning....

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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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  • Lodi Memorial Library

    Mission :The mission of the Lodi Memorial Library is to provide quality services, resources and lifelong learning opportunities through books and other forms of media to meet the informational,educational, cultural and recreational needs and interests of its diverse and chan...

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  • Heart Of Jesus Parish

    On October 17, 1941 the Archdiocese of Newark decided to erect, in the Borough of Wallington, New Jersey, a new separate and distinct parish, to be dedicated under the title of Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. In its 60+ years of existence, the Parish has had four Pastors, num...

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  • Wallington John F. Kennedy Memorial Free Public Library

    Wallington is a small community of approximately 12,000 residents located in the south west section of Bergen County, New Jersey. The town is approximately eight miles south of New York City and borders the Passaic River as well as the Boroughs of East Rutherford, Wood-Ridge...

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  • Wallington Public School

    Mission Statement: The Wallington Public School District is committed to providing an educational climate that is conducive to effective teaching techniques, which in turn produce a high level of learning. The District's ultimate goal is to enable each individual student ...

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  • Wallington/Garfield Lions Club

    The Wallington Lions Club was chartered in June 1952, joining the largest service organization in the free world, Lions International. In becoming a chartered club, it filled the void created when the Garfield Lions Club disbanded a year earlier. The Garfield Club presented ...

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  • Borough Of Wood-Ridge

    In 1669, lord proprietors Sir George Carteret and Lord John Berkeley awarded a land grant to Capt. John Berry. The territory extended approximately from Hackensack to Newark between the Hackensack, Passaic, and Saddle Rivers. At the time, the Lenni Lenape Indians inhabited t...

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  • Wood-Ridge High School

    Our motto Excellence in Education reflects our commitment to a comprehensive education for our students. The teachers and support personnel are all highly qualified under the State of New Jersey HQT standards. In addition, the Wood-Ridge School District is a collaborative di...

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  • Lodi High School

    Lodi High School is dedicated to the comprehensive educational development and achievement of each student. We find such development to include the ongoing intellectual, physical, aesthetic, social, and vocational needs of all our students. We provide a variety of detailed...

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  • Borough of Wood-Ridge

    In 1669, lord proprietors Sir George Carteret and Lord John Berkeley awarded a land grant to Capt. John Berry. The territory extended approximately from Hackensack to Newark between the Hackensack, Passaic, and Saddle Rivers. At the time, the Lenni Lenape Indians inhabited t...

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  • Wood-Ridge Memorial Library

    LIBRARY HOURS Monday 10am – 9pm Tuesday 10am – 9pm Wednesday 10am – 9pm Thursday 10am – 9pm Friday 10am – 5pm Saturday 10am – 3pm Sunday CLOSED  ...

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  • Borough Of Wallington

    Nestled in the southern corner of Bergen County, New Jersey, is the tiny Borough of Wallington. The Passaic and Saddle Rivers meander along its northwestern boundaries, giving the town the curious shape of a heart. Although only one-square mile, Wallington's size belies its ...

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  • Most Sacred Heart Church of Jesus Parish Wallington

    On October 17, 1941 the Archdiocese of Newark decided to erect, in the Borough of Wallington, New Jersey, a new separate and distinct parish, to be dedicated under the title of Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. It was no accident that the initial boundaries of this new parish...

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