Free Hospice Seminar

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Published: September 11, 2014
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The Roselle Park Veterans Memorial Library will be hosting the free seminar “Hospice Volunteers: Because Every Moment Matters” at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 25th. The seminar will provide information on how to become a caregiver. Elaine Carlsen, a representative of Gentiva, a home healthcare provider, stated, “Use your gift of compassion to enrich the lives of […]

Monica Garcia: Opening Doors To The Future

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Published: September 7, 2014
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The first day of school in Roselle Park was this past Thursday. For most students, the end of summer and start of classes brought on groans about the start of school and concerns about what the school year will bring. For 17-year-old Monica Garcia, who is a senior this year at Roselle Park High School […]

A Conversation With Rodric Bowman

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Published: September 7, 2014
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Although having moved to the borough just a year ago, Rodric Bowman – who is running for a seat on the Roselle Park Board Of Education (BOE) – has always wanted to be involved in the community. Rodric has a daughter going into her first year at Sherman School and, as a parent as well […]

Fundraiser For Park Theatre Re-Opening

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Published: September 7, 2014
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A Comedy Night fundraiser The first of three fundraisers for the the team working on re-opening the Park Theatre will be on Friday, September 19th at 7 p.m. at Loreti Hall in the Church of the Assumption. The Comedy/Pasta Show is $25 per person and for those 21 and older. The show is BYOB and only 150 […]

Farmer’s Market Extended Till Thanksgiving Week

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Published: September 5, 2014
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The governing body approved the extending of the Roselle Park Farmer’s Market until November 26th, the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Usually, the Farmer’s Market runs until the last week in October but due to both the late start in the season because of the late winter and the popularity of new vendors, including El Lechon De […]

First Aid Squad Now Offers CPR Family & Friends Course

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Published: September 4, 2014
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CPR Family & Friends Course – Training ForYou, Your Family and Your Group The Roselle Park First Aid Squad (RPFAS) is now offering CPR / AED training to individuals, families and groups. The two-hour training session is held at the RPFAS building located at 535 Laurel Avenue. Certified CPR instructors will conduct the training and […]

Candidates Receive Requests For Interviews

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Published: July 27, 2014
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All six (6) candidates for municipal office have received a formal request from Roselle Park News to sit down for a conversation to discuss their candidacy, policies, platforms, and thoughts. A list of 30 different dates throughout July, August, and September have been proposed in order to offer each candidate ample opportunity to choose a date. The invitations […]

Used Clothing Drop-Off Shed Installed At RPFAS

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Published: June 30, 2014
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The Roselle Park First Aid Squad (RPFAS) parking lot has a new shed that allows residents to drop off used clothing they no longer need while helping out the RPFAS at the same time. Unlike other donation bins, the drop-off station looks more like an attractive storage shed rather than a metallic dumpster. The shed is […]