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Call for Entries for the Annual Hasbrouck Heights Junior Woman's Club Beautiful Baby Contest

It was two times the babies as these cuties won the 2016 Hasbrouck Heights Junior Woman's Club Beautiful Baby Contest. Credits: Hasbrouck Heights Junior Woman's Club

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -- Whether you have a bouncing baby boy or an angelic baby girl, the Hasbrouck Heights Junior Woman’s Club is again holding their annual Beautiful Baby Contest. The contest, which has run for over 20 years, is open to town residents.

Contest details:

  • Must be a resident of Hasbrouck Heights;
  • Baby must be under the age of 2;
  • The baby should be the only person in the photo.

Photo entries can be emailed to Please include in the email: child’s name, birthdate, and parents' name, address, and phone number.

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Pictures are due no later than Sunday, September 24, 2017. No late entries will be accepted.

Voting will take place at Town Day on Saturday, September 30, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Junior Woman’s Club table in Woodland Park. Votes are $1.00 per vote. The organization typically receives 15 -20 entries each year. The baby with the most votes will receive a gift card and the photo featured online.

Proceeds will benefit JWC charities and scholarships. The group’s state project for 2016-2018 is Prevent Child Abuse NJ -  In addition, monies raised are given as scholarships to graduating high school seniors from Hasbrouck Heights.  In June 2017, HHJWC awarded seven scholarships.

For more info on the HHJWC, visit our website at


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