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Memorial School South Hackensack Graduation

Memorial School South Hackensack Graduation

South Hackensack Memorial School Eighth Grade Commencement was held on Monday, June 20, 2016.  The ceremony began with the flag bearers, Kimberly Grullon Diaz and Cara Kaminski, leading the procession…

Drive away distractions to protect teens behind the wheel

Drive away distractions to protect teens behind the wheel

Today’s teens face more distractions than any generation before. Many don’t recall a time when they were not continuously connected to their friends. Cell phones – which might have been…

Three local high school seniors were presented scholarships at the 33rd annual Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union Golf Outing

Three local high school seniors were presented scholarships at the 33rd annual Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union Golf Outing

Three local high school seniors were presented scholarships at the 33rd annual Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union Golf Outing on May 16. The Rocco Montessano Scholarship Foundation, named for one…

Temple Emeth Honors its High School Graduates

Temple Emeth Honors its High School Graduates

Temple Emeth, Teaneck, honored its student members who were graduated from high school at a Shabbat evening music service on Friday, June 17 with a gift and special recognition.  A…

Young People’s Chorus at the Thurnauer School of Music at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Wins Four Awards at Music in the Parks Competition!

Young People’s Chorus at the Thurnauer School of Music at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Wins Four Awards at Music in the Parks Competition!

The Young People’s Chorus at the Thurnauer School of Music recently competed at a demanding Music in the Parks competition on June 10 in Bethlehem, PA, and earned four prestigious…

Girl Scouts Celebrates Centennial of its Highest Honor, the Gold Award, on Capitol Hill

Girl Scouts Celebrates Centennial of its  Highest Honor, the Gold Award, on Capitol Hill

This year marks the centennial anniversary of the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award a Girl Scout can earn, and on Tuesday, June 14, the centennial of the Gold…

Helping with Kittens at the Shelter

Helping with Kittens at the Shelter

We need your help!  Kitten season is in full swing!!   Won’t you please help us take care of these little cuties?? Most of these kittens are too young to stay…

Temple Emeth’s Teen Choir Sang at Temple Emeth’s Music Service

Temple Emeth’s Teen Choir Sang at Temple Emeth’s Music Service

Temple Emeth’s teen choir, Shir Chadash, under the direction of Cantor Ellen Tilem sang at Temple Emeth’s Music Service on Friday, June 17.  Shir Chadash is a choir for students…

5 ways Americans unite to help one another

5 ways Americans unite to help one another

It seems as though there’s a lot of disagreement in our country these days. Political parties not only argue with each other, but they also fight within their ranks. Turn on…

Video games to big screen reboots, ’90s nostalgia rules pop culture this summer

Video games to big screen reboots, ’90s nostalgia rules pop culture this summer

Every decade gets two moments in the sun it seems – when the years actually occur, and when they’re fashionably retro. In the twenty-teens, it looks like everything 90s is…